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How To Buy Bitcoin

A user-friendly guide on how to buy Bitcoin
Figure out how much bitcoin you need. Go to http://www.coindesk.com/calculato and enter the amount you need in USD. ALWAYS buy $5 more than you need as Bitcoin rates can go up and down though out the day, and partial payments are refunded by our payment system.
Step 1) Create a wallet – Somewhere to put your coins: e.g.. Cash App, Paxful, Robinhood etc. there are so many out there.
The Easiest Wallet: Cash App or Paxful
How to Buy Bitcoin with Cash App
How to Send Bitcoin with Cash App
Step 2) If you created your wallet on your desktop, download the app to your smart phone.
Suggested Places to Buy Bitcoins:a) CashApp – Fast and easy
b) Paxful – Buy bitcoin with paypal, zelle, venmo, gift cards etc
c) Robinhood App
d) LibertyX – buy bitcoin on their app or at any 7-11, CVS, or Rite Aid (usa only)
e) Local Coin (Buy with Interac E-transfer for Canadians)
f) Localbitcoins.com
g) Coinmama – Fast
h) Search Google for a Bitcoin atm in your city (takes cash, gives you Bitcoins – Easiest & Fastest Method. You can now do this in 2 minutes with LibertyX at any 7-11, CVS or Riteaid)
Step 3) Purchase your bitcoins.
Remember, you don’t have to a full bitcoin, you may buy decimal amounts ie 0.05btc / 0.0675btc etc – according to what you need.
Please note all bitcoin ATM’s etc take a % for a transaction fee – always calculate that when purchasing your bitcoins as typically you’ll need to buy 3-5% more than your order purchase price.
Step 4) Proceed to www.idviking.com and place your order!!
Step 5) It is IMPORTANT to buy your bitcoins and send them to your own wallet first, before ordering from us. Sometimes it takes a few hours after you first order your bitcoins, before they arrive in your wallet. (with an ATM this is instant).
Voila! You’re Done!
* One thing to note for Canadians using bitcoin ATM’s, the company that runs Honey Badger or Badger Coin in Canada are known scammers, please do not use them as they have been regularly defrauding people out of money. A quick search of their reviews will also confirm this is. There are many other bitcoin ATM’s out there, do not use them.

How To Use A Bitcoin ATM
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[WTS] 275 ounces of silver and 1.2 grams of gold.

not proof
actually proof
FIRST PRICE CANADIAN DOLLARS, BRACKETS US DOLLARS
10x 10oz TD Bar $285 (202)
5x other 10oz bar $285 (202)
4x Scottsdale Stacker (Toning) $295 (208)
1kg Year of the Monkey
Assorted 1oz bars and rounds $29 (20.50)
Tube of Silvertowne Lady Liberty 1oz rounds $29.50ea (21)
5oz libertad $195 (138)
1/25oz gold panda $140 (100)
Shipping quotes on request.
Bitcoin or Etherium payment preferred from USA as when people pay with PayPal it takes extra USD in to get the correct money to me, so it’s essentially 4-6% cheaper via crypto.
PayPal FF, Interac E-Transfer, or PayPal GS work as well.
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[WTS] [WTT] 1oz to kilo silver items

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10oz bars $195 -12 available
Kilo Coin $690
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I'm looking to buy small amounts (5-10 USD) worth of Bitcoin, I can pay with Debit or Interac E-Transfer. Any sites or people that will sell with those methods and that amount without verification?
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Looking to buy Bitcoin for Debit or Interac E-Transfer
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Buying Ether in Canada, my experience with different exchanges

Hello, I'm writing about my experiences buying ethereum in Canada, essentially converting CAD to ETH. The goal is to help beginners that are interested in getting started but don't know where to actually buy ether. There's a lot of info out there but most of it seems to be centered around USD, which doesn't always translate for CAD and our banking system. I'm by no means an expert but I figured someone might find this information helpful.
I've verified and used the following sites, so I'll be writing about them:
If you just want the gist of it, a super-quick summary of what I found:
With every one of these sites, there's usually some form of verification. This involves taking a picture of some piece of government ID (usually passport or drivers license), as well as some sort of proof of address such as a utlity bill. Some sites require you to take a selfie with some of that documentation or holding a handwritten sign. It seemed sketchy to me at first, but every place does it.
Coinbase
This was the first place I tried. Their only payment methods I could find are Visa and MasterCard, of which they charge a 3.75% convenience. With reward cards you might get 1%-2% back, but this is a fairly high fee. The bright side is it's just about instantaneous.
One thing I noticed is that their sell price is about ~$5 higher than a few exchanges. For example, as I write this, it's $119.23 on coinbase. On kraken it's 113.99 for a market order.
There is a weekly $200 limit on the amount to buy. A 30 day countdown started after I spent $500 to increase the limit. I can't find what the new limit amount will be once that countdown reaches 0 though.
So far, I've been with them for over a month and I've bought $600 worth of ether. The first time I bought it only took a minute to get sent to my private address. The second time it took ~40 minutes for it to actually get sent to my private ether address, but this was due to some issues they were having, probably just a fluke. I've bought two more times since then and both times it was instant.
To summarize
Pros:
Cons:
QuadrigaCX
Hoping to get lower fees, this was the second place I tried. They accept a lot more payments with a variety of fees, I'll list them out:
Funding Type Daily Limits Time Frame Fee Verification
Electronic Funds Transfer Min $250, Max $10,000 5 Business Days 5% required
Interac e-Transfer Min $500, Max $5,000 Next Business Day 2% + $5 required
Interac Online Min $50, Max $2,000 Instant (but may be held 24 hours by security) 1.5% (min. $5) required
Bank Wire Min $100,000, Max $500,000 2-4 Business Days Free required
Crypto Capital Min $500, Max $500,000 24 hours Free required
Electronic Funds Transfer replaced their "direct bank transfer" option, and while I think it's great since I think every bank supports it, it unfortunately has a rather high fee at 5%. I don't really see why you would use this though, if you can use Interac Online, it's faster. If you need the higher daily limit, a bank wire would be cheaper too.
Interac e-Transfer I'd go with this if your bank doesn't support Interac Online and if you don't mind the 2% fee. If you're doing a large amount, the Bank Wire would be a better choice, depending on how much your bank charges you.
Interac Online seems like the best choice for less than $2000. Unfortunately even though my bank card says "Interac" on it, and the bank is listed as supported, I can't use it for Interac Online because the card is both a debit and visa card. I've read that RBC and BMO are the only banks that support this, so it may be worth signing up with them.
Bank Wire ended up being what I used (EDIT: back then the minimum for a wire transfer was $500). I wanted to deposit a larger sum, so just paying my bank for the cost of the transfer ended up being worthwhile (about 0.5% fee). The downside is I had to go in person to a branch to send a wire transfer and it's only really worthwhile for larger transfers.
Crypto Capital seems like a 3rd party that you can wire to and then transfer that to QuadrigaCX. I don't see the appeal in using this to fund an account since you can just wire to QuadrigaCX directly.
I sent the wire transfer a few days ago, and it seems like it will take 3-5 business days for it to complete. I'll update this post if the money somehow just disappears. Wire transfer came through today, no problems :)
Once you do get CAD on QuadrigaCX, the fees to buy Ether are 0.5%. Combined with my wire transfer cost, I expect to only have paid a total of 1% in fees.
To summarize
Pros:
Cons:
Kraken
The latest site I've tried, they have multiple tiers of verification. You can't deposit CAD until you reach tier 3 verification, which can take up to 48 hours.
Tier 1 and tier 2 were verified within the hour but tier 3 was still not verified 3 days later. When I submitted a support ticket, they were very quick to respond the next day and told me I needed to submit a Confirmation ID. Their site listed the Confirmation ID for a few countries and some criteria but it didn't seem like Canada applied to any of the criteria. Regardless, I submitted the Confirmation ID and was verified with tier 3 that same day.
The only way to deposit CAD with Kraken is through wire transfer and it seems like there's some unlisted fees based on what their banks charge them to receive a wire transfer (as well as any intermediary bank). I have not done this so I cannot tell what the costs would be.
Once you do have CAD on their exchange, their fees are better than QuadrigaCX with a MakeTaker rate at 0.16%/0.26%.
I have sent ether to Kraken just for playing around with trading and I've had no problems.
To summarize
Pros:
Cons:
Coinsquare
Verified today and decided to try the Interac e-transfer. This is when I encountered a problem (at least on firefox), for funding the account, they have a javascript button to dismiss an overlay before you can do the e-transfer. The html element for the button is an href and has a 'blank="target"' property on it. When I press this button, it opens a blank new tab, and nothing changes on the page. Running the javascript function manually causes the alert to be removed and it works as expected. This is a little insane that I had to have knowledge of html to get access to it. Their site has been improved a significant amount and I haven't ran into these kinds of problems since.
Anyway the e-transfer itself worked perfectly, it funded my account, and I think it's my favourite way to transfer CAD into exchanges so far. Only a 2.5% fee and only takes a few minutes to be in my account. They also have wire transfer, money order, and bank order, but I think other exchanges have a much better interface.
Buying Ethereum was a bit more confusing since (as far as I can tell) you can't trade CAD to ETH directly, you have to trade CAD for BTC first, and then trade that BTC for ETH.
The interface for placing an order was confusing to me compared to Kraken or QuadrigaCX, but I figured it out. Although I was interested in seeing how many orders there were and for how much, but I wasn't able to find that.
Buying BTC has a trade fee of 0.1%, and then trading for ETH has a trade fee of 0.2%. Overall total fees for e-transfer were ~1.3%~ 2.8% now, which is great considering what other fees are and how fast it is in comparison. If you can get past the interface, e-transfer is the way to go.
Funding Type Daily Limits Time Frame Fee Verification
Interac Online Min $100, Max $2,000 Instant (withheld for 3 days) 2.5% not required
Intac e-Transfer Min $100, Max $3,000 1-3 days (withheld 0-7 days) 5% required
Flexepin Min $20, Max $500 instant 2.5% required
Bank draft Min $1000, Max $9,000 0-2 days (withheld 0-5 days) 0.25% required
Money Order Min $100, Max $1,000 0-2 days (withheld 0-5 days) 0.25% required
Wire transfer Min $10,000, Max $300,000 0-1 day (withheld 0-2 days) 0.5% required
They have this concept of withholding funds, where you basically have to keep the money on the account. You can trade with it as much as you want, but you won't be able to withdraw until after the withholding time.
Pros:
Cons:
Alternatives
There are of course other sites to get ether, and there's always the option of getting bitcoin and exchanging it through an exchange like Kraken or Poloniex for ether. There are bitcoin ATMs scattered around as well, but I can't comment on any fees involved or how close they match exchange prices.
Other sites I checked out:
Alt Coins
The main sites for getting CAD into the cryptocurrency space like QuadrigaCX, Coinbase, Kraken, and Coinsquare don't have a lot of altcoins. Fortunately once you have ether you can send it to another exchange and trade that for altcoins. These are my favourite ones:
Funnily enough, this whole experience has made me appreciate the flexibility cryptocurrency like ether has and served as a reminder to how slow and cumbersome transactions become once the banking system is involved.
EDIT: received wire transfer through QuadrigaCX, made account with coinsquare.
EDIT2: added coinsquare section
EDIT3: updated QuadrigaCX and coinsquare section, updated alternatives list
EDIT4: Added e-transfer for QuadrigaCX!
EDIT5: Cleaned up alt coins section.
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05-23 18:04 - 'FastBTC – The Fastest Canadian Bitcoin and Altcoin Withdrawal Gateway' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Savi321 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 1969-1979min

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Introduction


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Among many of the challenges which inhibit the adoption of cryptocurrencies, a good amount of them center around the crypto-exchanges. Many of the exchanges claim to care for security yet have been hacked time and again. The latest news of one of the most popular exchanges being hacked of 7,000 Bitcoins valued at USD 40 million is an indicator of what I mean. Also, few others are too shoddy to trust with our personal information and yet they want to act as custodian of our cryptocurrencies. And even if we find the few that tick all the boxes, we invariably end up with having to deal with cumbersome processes before we can carry out a trade.

Just when traders and potential investors attempted to overlook these issues, there were more issues introduced in the form of country-wise regulations. The overall experience, therefore, appears insurmountable for a potential investor who just wants to try out an exchange. This experience is more so for developed economies where the government attempts to safeguard investors, and rightly so.

The search then shifts to finding an exchange which is easy to use, no-fuss, trader-friendly, and has an intuitive trader (or investor) interface. Looking at the current challenges, finding such an exchange sounds very much utopian.
But there is hope.

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[FastBTC]1 – A new way Forward!

FastBTC is the hope for cryptocurrency investors in Canada. Investors worried about exchanging their crypto-currencies first to US Dollars and then into Canadian Dollars, can now have a breezy experience of converting cryptocurrencies directly into Canadian Dollars (CAD).

FastBTC, as the name indicates, is a lightning-fast converter of Bitcoin to Canadian Dollars. So easy is the process that users and traders do not have to wait endlessly to know what has happened to their cryptocurrencies. The process is easy to follow, and the site is user-friendly.

Despite the speed, FastBTC is one secure gateway and quite interestingly claims to be specializing in speed. I mean, isn’t that an interesting parameter that an exchange is focusing on? And the claims are not unsubstantiated. FastBTC has a flagship product Interac e-Transfer which is blisteringly fast and requires no login.

And they have an on-website chat session allowing users to have their queries resolved. So, good customers service is one more tick for FastBTC.

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How do we get started on FastBTC?

FastBTC site is quite intuitive for an easy and fast exchange. FastBTC has been serving Canadian customers for about eighteen months now and going strong. They continue to improve their services and bring the best to their customers. The proof of their service is in the website design. What are they, you ask?
Here they are:
  1. No Signup Requirement – Users of FastBTC do not have to signup to use the site. They can just get to the site and get started.
  2. Single Confirmation Payments – Makes life easy for the user
  3. Bitcoin to CAD Conversion – Users can send Bitcoin to the generated address and get superfast withdrawal in Canadian Dollars
  4. Altcoin to CAD Conversion – Users can also exchange Altcoin and withdraw in Canadian Dollars
If these are not interesting enough, then FastBTC also has a referral program allowing users to benefit, additionally. However, to participate in the referral program, users will have to register on the site. On the other hand, if users do not wish to use the referral program, they can do away with the registration.

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That’s cool! But what about..

Chances are there that readers still have queries and the most obvious ones are listed below:

  1. If I don’t have to signup then why do I have to give my email id?
The email id is required only to generate the Bitcoin address and for FastBTC to know where to send your e-Transfer.


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  1. How much time does it take to get my e-Transfer?
It takes 30 minutes to get your e-Transfer from the initiation of the transaction.


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  1. Why did I not get my e-Transfer even after 30 minutes?
If the transfer amount is below the instant maximum, then the e-Transfer will arrive 30 minutes from the confirmation of the transaction.
On the other hand, if the transfer amount is above the instant maximum, then the transfer is queued and will be sent when the limits allow.

  1. Are there fees to be paid for the transactions?
Yes, there are and in many cases will be addressed in the rates for the trade type. However, at times, the fees will be charged per transaction. In such cases, the fees will be shown on each trade page.
Here is a snapshot

Type Sell Buy
Interac e-Transfer 4.00 CAD No Additional Fee
Cash Deposit No Additional Fee -
Western Union Western Union Fee deducted from Payment No Additional Fee
Cash by Mail $25 for Xpresspost, $60 for Priority No Additional Fee
Interac Online - No Additional Fee
Credit Card - No Additional Fee

For more questions, users can browse through FastBTCs Support Page, and also chat with their customer service executives during work hours.

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Summary

A quick assessment of the FastBTC site proves that it is fast, dependable, user-friendly and easy to use. There are reasons for Canadians to cheer the exchange, and there is only hope that the exchange will expand to other regions in the future.
At a time, when speed is of the essence, FastBTC comes along with the right ingredients to make a cryptocurrency transaction fast!

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Got scammed on LocalBitcoins. Help?

I have a chequing account with CIBC (Canadian bank). I have been using my account to send and receive large amounts of money over Interac E-Transfer, for purchasing and selling Bitcoin on LocalBitcoins.
I got a call from the bank today telling me my account was being investigated for fraud. Apparently someone had sent me an E-Transfer from a stolen account. I was told not to spend any of the money I had received, in case I have to pay it back.
Although this is clearly unethical, is there anything bad that will happen to me if I withdraw all my money, close my account, and go to a new bank?
My reasons for doing this include:
  1. I already spent most of the potentially fraudulent funds
  2. My E-Transfer privelidges have been revoked. They won't tell me why, although I'd assume it's because I was using e-Transfers for business purposes instead of personal purposes.
  3. There is a 0% chance I will get my Bitcoin back even if I do come up with the money to pay back the amount owed.
Any advice?
TL;DR: Fuck banks
EDIT: I'm 16 years old and the amount under investigation is $2000 CAD/$1600 USD
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The Canadian guide to buying Dogecoin

​So your up in the Great White North and want much Dogecoin, but don’t know where to start? This quick and dirty guide is for you then! From the outset let me say that this is not comprehensive. There are many other options out there you could also consider. I am not telling you how to invest either, your strategy is your choice. But this should get you started on your way to the moon!
The most straightforward option, Coinsquare
This is a fairly comprehensive trading site, that not only includes Dogecoin, but many other cryptocurrencies. Opening an account is relatively straightforward. Like all sites there is some degree of verification that is required. In my case I was able to use their 3rd party verification system to get through the process quickly. If that doesn’t work you can send in a photo of a government ID, selfie with that ID, and photo of a utility bill. They say that process will take 1 - 3 days, but some people have reported shorter times, and others longer. With so many people looking to sign up to these exchanges right now expect that it could take the 3 days.
Once you are verified you need to get money into your account. There are several ways to do this including Coinsquare vouchers, Interac Online, Interac E-transfer, wire transfer, money order, and bank draft. The option that will work best for most people is Interac Online which has a 1.5% fee, and is also the fastest way to get money into your account (almost instantaneous) so its a great choice all around. There is no option to purchase using a credit card here.
And do you want some free money? Of course you do! If you sign up using this referral link, https://coinsquare.io/register?r=9C34FE9EF then you will get USD$20 credited to your account once you buy USD$60 of currency. You will be much rich!
Another option is to move other cryptocurrencies that you already have into your Coinsquare wallet. For anyone who has worked with Bitcoin or Etherium the idea of a digital wallet will be familiar. For those that haven’t, I recommend learning about this is in detail before going much further.
If you already have, for example, some Litecoin you want to move into Coinsquare, then you can do that and start buying Dogecoin right away. Lets say though that you don’t want to fund your account directly through Coinsquare (I'm not sure why this would the case, but there could be many reasons), but don’t have any existing Bitcoin or Litecoin that you can move in? Don’t worry, I am going to go over a few more, somewhat convoluted options.
Another option, purchase Litecoin or Etherium from Coinbase, and then fund a trading account with it
If you want to easily, and very quickly, pick up some Litecoin or Etherium you can sign up for Coinbase, and do so there. For Canadians the only option is to make a purchase with a credit card, and you cannot withdraw your funds either. only move it to a digital wallet or another exchange. So it is very limited as a trading site. But, the sign up process is super easy, and you can very quickly purchase Litecoin or Etherium (they have a mobile app so its super easy to take advantage of low prices when the markets drops wildly) and then move it to the exchange or wallet of your choice.
Coinbase does also sell Bitcoin. But, the purchase price is higher than all the other exchanges I have seen, and the cost of transferring it to a wallet seems to be about 16% of the total amount you are moving! So I do not recommend buying Bitcoin there. But with Etherium and Litecoin the transaction fees are sometimes just a fraction of a percent. And though the price of those currencies does tend to be higher than other exchanges as well, it is far less egregious than Bitcoin differentials.
Coinbase also charges a 4% fee for every purchase. If you have a cash back credit card then some of that cost may be offset. So keep this fee in mind when you are determining how much it will ultimately cost you. You can also signup with this referral link, https://www.coinbase.com/join/5a2d317dd4c78500d67901e5 that will give you USD$10 (about CDN$12) in Bitcoin when you purchase USD$100 in currency (about CDN$128). So that can be leveraged to compensate for the fees on the first $300 worth of currency purchases (or give your purchase a small boost if you ultimately buy less than that from them).
Or, you could purchase from QuadrigaCX
Another service you could use is QuadrigaCX. This is a platform for trading Bitcoin, Etherium, and Litecoin. Its verification process is a little bit tougher than on Coinsquare, and its funding options are much the same too. But as a trading platform its probably the best option for Canadians right now, and if you move Bitcoins from there to another exchange or wallet you will not suffer the same hit that you do when you do it from Coinbase (though moving Bitcoin is still more costly than the other currencies, and getting more expensive as the number of Bitcoin transactions grows).
The big advantage to using QuadrigaCX is that you can purchase Bitcoin, Litecoin, or Etherium at a competitive price from a company with low fees. If you are going to use Coinsquare as your primary exchange to trade Dogecoin then there isn’t much advantage to using QuadrigaCX as well (though it is a really good trading platform so if you want to test out a different platform this is one worth trying).
But, what if you want to trade Dogecoin on an exchange other than Coinsquare? This is where QuadrigaCX actually makes a lot of sense for Canadians. You can use QuadrigaCX as the place where you can fund and withdraw your money, and simply move it to and from the exchange of your choice.
Trading Dogecoin on other exchanges
Coinquare might be the best exchange for Canadians wanting to trade Dogecoin, since you can fund and withdraw from it directly, but there are other exchanges where you can buy Dogecoin (if you use another cryptocurrency to fund it). Places, such as Bitrex (currently not taking new customers), Livecoin, and Shapeshift seem to be some of the more popular options fo the purchasing and trading of Dogecoin.
I haven't had time to evaluate all the available exchange options out there. And for Canadians, there is going to be a bit of hassle with non-Canadian exchanges as you will have to deal with getting currency on and off it all the time, both to fund your account, and to withdraw funds. I would say you should think carefully about your trading needs before going down this route. Also, with countries still in the early stages of developing regulations and policies surrounding cryptocurrencies, you might find some exchanges won't allow Canadians to sign up to them at all.
TL;DR
The best place to buy and manage Dogecoin for Canadians is Coinsquare. It might not be the best trading platform, but if you aren't concerned about constantly buying and selling, this should do nicely. You can use another exchange, like Livecoin, and use Coinbase or QuadrigaCX to fund your account with Litecoin or Etherium which you can then use to purchase Dogecoin.
To the moon!
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How to buy these cheap coins right now

Since we've all been goxxed now is the time to buy those $50-60 coins floating around and profit from everybody else's misery. Or you could wait for Gox to come back online and crash down the price even further but good luck trying to do any trading there to buy coins, the trading engine is already broken I don't expect the new one to work flawlessly due to epic 3yr history of GOXXING
BTC-E.com
To pay into this exchange, you need a BTC-E code, PM or Okpay. Take pics of your ID and utility bill and pay the $10 to Okpay for 'quick verification'. You can pay bitcoins directly into your Okpay account for initial funding or wait and see how long it takes for reg verification.
Now either wire money, or instant money transfer (MoneyPolo, Contact-sys, Unistream) to fund your account or find an Okpay exchanger somewhere. Or Ukash/CashU. Just because contact-sys is Russian doesn't mean there aren't sending points in every country in the world.
BTC-E codes you buy on #bitcoin-otc from verified gpg authenticated traders with good ratings, or on bitcointalk.org forums in the currency exchange forums.
Perfect Money is a shady HYIP digital currency run by Russians much like Liberty Reserve. You sign up for free, and load your account with wires (if verified) or you use an exchanger. This is what talkgold.com is for to find legit exchangers. I use wm-center.com to wire WU/Moneygram and get PM. Click on 'Interkassa' payment method in BTC-E and select Perfect Money. Instant load.
You can also obviously dump Litecoins you bought on Vircurex to fund the account, or a gagillion PPcoins
Bitfloor.com
Fastest way to deposit is through CapitalOne P2P or cash deposit https://bitfloor.com/docs/#funding-deposit
Be aware Bitfloor is insolvent due to owing 25k bitcoins that were stolen last year but they have a repayment schedule that may or may not bankrupt them. Use at own risk but most ppl trade there everyday with no problems.
Bitstamp.net
Great exchange in Slovakia? I think. You have to pay with Euro SEPA wire, then for some stupid reason they convert the money to USD. You can pay in here using transferwise.com if you're from UK, or XEtrade and other Forex online money transfer companies. Google 'free money transfer fx' and review your options. Most don't charge you anything if over a certain amount of money. They take your internet billing or other local payment, convert to EUR and send SEPA for you if you request it. If they don't then check with Bitstamp what a SWIFT wire costs (probably nothing, I think they use Latvian banks that charge no receiving fees). If you want a bank account in Latvia then sign up here: http://www.rietumu.com/ if you have a local corporation or business where you live you can, maybe a personal account too. You can always incorporate a dirt cheap Delaware LLC or Oregon LLC from anywhere in the world and use it to open up worldwide bank accounts.
Bitcoin-24.com
Takes direct wires, all sorts of other methods: https://bitcoin-24.com/fees You can also use Liqpay if you have a USD or EUR card. Sign up to liqpay.com, then they block a small verification amount you have to sign into internet banking (for the card) to check. It's usually $1.something or less. After that you are verified to load $1-100 or so, but I'd just try $50 at first. Any more than that and Liqpay will seize the funds and ask for your bank to authorize a fax they send which no bank will do because of privacy reasons, so pointless to load anymore money. Liqpay may also call you to verify card details this is normal. Liqpay is meant for Russians and CIS countries to use like Ukraine so due to epic fraud of credit cards don't expect to load too much this way unless you find a Liqpay exchanger, but what's the point when you can just wire money to bitcoin-24 anyways.
Vircurex.com
Good exchange, had some problems due to DDoS but so did all exchanges. They only accept BTC, altcoins and VouchX for payment. You buy Vouchx here: https://www.aurumxchange.com/ or from somebody on Bitcointalk, or IRC (with rep). You can buy a bunch of litecoins anywhere to fund this exchange such as the bitcointalk forums or IRC. Warning: the so-called official twitter account is fake, don't use it.
Cavirtex.com
Can only fund if in Canada, they accept cash deposit and internet billing. Price has been steady at ~$90 all day though no panic selling.
LibertyBit.com
https://www.libertybit.com/funding various easy methods, new exchange in Canada that takes intl wires and shockingly Interac deposits (easily frauded).
Bitcoin China
https://btcchina.com/ fast growing exchange, you pay in with Alipay or Tenpay both Chinese methods that westerners can't use or figure out due to no translation. You can probably use Alipay if you find and exchanger to load it, they do exist. **Edit they now support Liberty Reserve deposit and withdrawal
Check english forums to see if anybody exchanging Alipay or taking wires.
CampBX.com
Accepts money orders, and CapitalOne P2P payments. Also accepts Dwolla but you need to be verified.
Bitcoin-central.net
Just had a major outage due to instawallet hack, appears to be back online. You get your own quasi-bank account when you verify here much like how ecardone.com (liberty reserve) does banking so can transfer to other users legally with vouchers. You can buy a voucher p2p on Bitcointalk forums or IRC or send a bankwire.
VirWoX.com
You can pay with Paypal to get Second Life "Linden Dollars" then convert to BTC, or at least you used to be able to. I have no idea if this is still the case I've never used them.
Or course there's all the fixed price exchangers
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Trade and https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=53.0 for everything from Moneypak to Skrill. You can also risk buying coins on Silk Road with moneypak
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Enjoy buying all the way down the crash once Gox comes back online and the great sell off begins! Hold them for a year and they'll be worth 10x as much just like the 2011 crash. Bonus points if you speculate on Litecoin, rumor has it Gox will be trading them when they come back online but again, this is MtGox we are talking about so the site could implode on the zerg rush of people trying to get into their accounts or trading engine could sell all your coins for $0.0001 again like they did in 2011.
Great successez!
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An expanded guide to purchasing Dogecoin

This is version 1 of a new Dogecoin buying guide I am putting together. Any feedback you have to make it better would be great. As I try out other sites I will add them to the list, once I know they are okay to use. I will likely do a big revision in about a week based on what people say and with additional sites I have tried out
Hello Shibes! With the increased interest in dogecoin, and there being so many changes to exchanges and ways you can buy dogecoin, I wanted to expand my purchasing guide for Canadians to include as many countries and as many options as possible. I have broken this guide down into the possible methods of purchasing dogecoin, and included and relevant sites in those sections. If you don’t find an option that is right for you, there simply might not be one yet. I will also cover some purchasing options that I wouldn’t necessarily recommend, but think are worth including for completeness. So without further ado shibes…
Wallets
You Dogecoin needs to be stored somewhere, and this done in a wallet. There are two primary types, a paper wallet, which is the most secure, and a digital wallet. A digital wallet can either be on your computer, or it could also be a digital wallet on an exchange.
At the moment I will not go into much more detail as I will add more in a future update. For now, what you need to know is that if you plan on purchasing and simply holding onto your Dogecoin, a paper wallet is the most secure. You can learn how to make one here https://www.reddit.com/dogecoin/comments/7lntz1/tutorial_how_to_create_a_paper_wallet/ A digital wallet on your computer is good too, but you need to be very, very aware of scam wallets (Doughwallet, Freewallet, and the original Dogecoin Wallet aka Core Wallet are not recommended under any circumstance). Digital wallets on full service exchanges are okay, but you do run the small, albeit still possible, risk that the exchange will go bust and you will lose everything you are holding there.
Take the time to really understand how wallets work. It central to how any crypto is stored and used and you want to make sure you are keeping your funds as safe as possible.
Method 1: One stop shopping - Full service exchanges
If you want to get the best value for your money, then full service exchanges, those that allow purchasing and trading with a multitude of features to go with it, and allow funding/trading through fiat currencies (like USD or Euros), and crypto transfers, are the way to go. They will offer you the best rates, and are generally more secure and reliable than other sites I will get to later. The downside for many people is that they also require you go through some sort of verification process. There are varying degrees, from just submitting a photo of your ID, to third party verification and submitting other documents. I will cover these requirements as best as I can. Also, funding and withdrawal options vary greatly, depending on which country you reside in. If you are signing up to an exchange, with the hope of one day being able to withdraw your funds, take the time to see if that is even possible for you. Time to look at some of the most popular options.
www.Coinsquare.io (Full service option for Canadian residents only)
I am putting this one first because it is what I was use the most often (in part because I am Canadian and this is the best option for Canadians looking to buy and trade Dogecoin). It has a full range of funding including Interac, bank transfers, wire transfers, and depositing other cryptos of course. You cannot purchase with a credit card here. Canadians can also withdraw funds, which makes it the only site that offers Dogecoin that Canadians can do this on. The verification process can be done through a third party service (Equifax or a similar company), or through submitting ID and proof of address documents. It took me a few hours to get verified, but that was several months ago. It could take several days, or even a week, at this point. Your mileage will vary.
Their fees are reasonable, as are their rates, so when you buy Dogecoin, you will get a pretty fair price on it. You can also trade against fiat currencies which is a bonus if the trading aspect is important to you. If you do sign up you can, disclaimer, use this link here to get $20 when you buy $60 worth of crypto ttps://coinsquare.io/register?r=9C34FE9EF Overall this is a pretty good exchange, and it has yet to close registrations despite the huge crush of new people these sites have been seeing in the past few months.
www.Poloniex.com (Full service in the US, can transfer in crypto for other countries, potentially closed registration in Canada)
This is a popular site if the number of times it is mentioned on reddit are any indication. I have tried to register on it a few times, and had no luck due to what appears to be a broken registration process (when I get to the stage where it asks to submit and ID, it can’t detect a web. When Ive gone back to the site in a different browser, its said the verification process is pending). So you can try it yourself and see if you have any luck, but for me (and perhaps it has to do with being in Canada), new registrations don’t seem to be possible.
www.Coinpot.com.au (Australia only)
This is an Australian based site, which up until just before Christmas was a full service exchange, though they are slowly restoring many of their suspended services. They have currently disabled funding via POLi Payments, though you can fund your account via BPAY and Cash deposits. You can also deposit Bitcoin. At this time no other cryptos can be deposited, though any crypto you purchase on the exchange can be withdrawn to a wallet. The verification process is rigorous, you need ID, proof of residency, and to take a photo with yourself holding a sign (this is becoming a more common requirement). I cannot attest to how well the site works, and the rates, since I am not Australian and cannot test it out, but from what I can gather from others comments about it, it seems to be a decent site.
www.litebit.eu (EU only)
This is currently the best option, so far as I can tell, for EU citizens to purchase Dogecoin. You have to sign up, which requires government photo ID and proof of residency, and once approved you can make your purchase. They accept iDeal, SOFORT, GiroPay, SEPA as forms of payment, but do not take credit cards. You can either purchase directly, or, you can purchase LiteBit credits and then purchase Dogecoin using those. If you use LiteBit credits then your purchases are processed instantaneously.
I was unable to determine what the fee to purchase Dogecoin, or any other crypto for that matter, is. If you sell there is a 5% fee, so keep that in mind. You can also do withdrawals on this site. I can’t speak to the user experience, since as non-EU citizen I cannot sign up, but from what I’ve read it seems to be okay. The site does say they are experiencing high demand. So even though they are accepting new customers it could still see support and slowdowns being an issue.
www.anycoindirect.eu (EU only and currently not accepting new registrations)
When this site opens up for new registrations I will add more about it. For the moment I will just say that it is similar to Litebit, accepts the same forms of payment, but has 10% fees on any selling you do. Their live chat is also down so this seems to be struggling under the high demand right now.
www.Kraken.com (Full service in US only, currently closed to new registrations)
I am not sure if there is a restriction for all countries, or if it is just for Canada, but currently you can sign up, but there is no option to get verified, thus no way you can deposit money into your account and purchase dogecoin. I am going to check back every now and then and see if this changes and will update this listing if purchasing dogecoin for new users becomes possible.
www.Bittrex.com (Full service in US only and currently closed to new registrations)
This site has closed down new registrations for just over a month now. Even if they open them back up again in the future, the length of time they have already taken to correct any of the problems that lead to this makes me a bit nervous about its future health as an exchange. I don’t think I would recommend this site, even if it does open up to new users again.
Method 2: Two step purchasing aka The Coinbase option (For US, Canada and other non EU countries)
Lets say you don’t want to purchase Dogecoin through one of the full service exchanges, perhaps because you want to use a credit card, or because the other sites have verification processes that are just to much for you. There is another method which, although not the most cost effective way, will allow you to buy dogecoin by using Coinbase and one of the other exchange sites listed below.
The process is relatively straightforward. First, sign up for Coinbase. It does require verification, but it is only your address information and a government photo ID. It might take a few days with all the new registrations, but when I did it a few months ago it was just a few hours, so it might not take that long. Once you are set up you add the credit card of your choice (Note: Capital One Credit will no longer work as they have put a block on purchasing crypto from sites like Coinbase). The key thing to remember in this next step is to NOT buy Bitcoin. The transaction fees are growing each day it seems and you will lose a lot when you transfer it out. Your best options are Ethereum or Litecoin, which have low transaction fees. I do not know how much Bitcoin Cash transaction fees are, but, if you decide to use Coinex.com to buy Dogecoin you will need to purchase Bitcoin Cash instead of one of the other two. Always check to make sure that whatever exchange site you are going to use in the second step has the right deposit/exchange option for you.
Now that you have purchased Ethereum, or Litecoin, or Bitcoin Cash, you can visit one of the other sites listed below and use them to purchase your Dogecoin. It is worth noting that some sites, like Coinex.com, require you register (though there is no real verification process), while others do not require an account. Once you have purchased your Dogecoin you may be required to move it into your wallet as a final step (see the top of this post for more about wallets), or in some cases you will have already provided your wallet so nothing else needs to be done. While Coinbase is a fairly reliable site, some of the smaller sites can be hit or miss. Before using a site for the first time it is worth taking a looking at /dogecoin to see if there have been any users reporting issues that could steer you away from using it.
www.Coinbase.com (Full service in US, purchase only in Canada)
Even though you can’t actually buy Dogecoin on this site it is massively popular site for quite a few reasons. First, it accepts purchase via credit cards, which makes it easy for people to sign up and purchase their available cryptos. You can choose between Bitcoin, Bitcoin cash, Ethereum and Litecoin. So for people that don’t want to fund a crypto purchase through a bank or Interac or wire transfer, you can purchase it on Coinbase, then move it elsewhere. In the US this is a full service site with trading and withdrawals available. In Canada, and most other countries I presume, all you can do is purchase. This means that using Coinbase still requires a second exchange that you will actually purchase Dogecoin on.
A few other things worth noting. There is a verification process, but it was not too intensive, just the usual address information and a government photo ID. The prices for their crypto are generally decent, but if you pay by credit card there is a 4% fee, so you have to keep that in mind. If you have a cash back credit card you might be able to claw back some of that, but if you are doing a lot of large purchases it will still add up over time. There are also limits on how much you can purchase (the exact amount depends on your account and buying history). For times where you just want to quickly purchase a crypto (remember to use Ethereum or Litecoin to avoid Bitcoins high transaction fees) to move elsewhere to get Dogecoin, this is fine. But this is not a good long term as the fees will add and be costly over time.
www.Coinex.com
This is a relatively new site. It is actually a trading site, but, it only has trades/purchasing against Bitcoin Cash (no fiat currencies). So in order to fund your account on this site, you will have to transfer Bitcoin Cash into it. Because it is new, and they only added Dogecoin a few days from the time I wrote this, it is hard to tell if their rates will be competitive with other larger, and full scale exchanges. This is probably not a bad option to purchase Dogecoin, but being a new exchange, I wouldn’t leave your crypto in it for too long.
www.Evercoin.com
This is fairly simple and straightforward site. You enter the address of the wallet you are looking to use to fund the exchange, and how much you want to trade, enter your Dogecoin wallet address, and make the exchange. As with all the sites like this, the rate you pay is a bit higher than a standard full service exchange site. But Evercoin seems to fairly reliable and doesn’t overcharge as much as some other sites, so this is not a bad option for the two-step method.
www.Shapeshift.io (Has currently run out of dogecoin for purchase)
This was a very popular site to quickly change Bitcoin (or another crypto), into Dogecoin. The rates were not great, compared to full exchanges, but it worked. That was until it ran out of Dogecoin. So at the time of writing this, you won’t be able to use this site to purchase Dogecoin. Even if it does offer Dogecoin again, it was not uncommon to see people commenting about very long (as in several day long) transaction times, and limited to non-existent customer support help. I would say use this site with caution if it does become an option again.
Method 3: (And not a great method, use with caution) Buying from /dogemarket
The reddit.com/dogemarket subreddit is a place where people buy and sell Dogecoin directly from, and to, each other. Often payment is via PayPal, but it could be gift card trades, or some other payment method.
There are lots of people who have used this successfully. And others have been scammed too. And as cryptos become more popular, the likely hood that scammers will increase is very real. I don’t doubt there are many reputable people selling. But with how easy it is to make multiple users and have fake testimonials it’s really a gamble as to whether the person is trustworthy or not. For the most part, I would not recommend this method, and if you use it, be aware there are risks.
Method 4: Ebay…which I do not recommend at all, under no circumstance
Yes, people sell dogecoin on Ebay. But, simply put, you should not use this method. This is the quickest way to get scammed and end up out money, and often they are already charging 2, 3 or 4 times the market rate. Yes, there are posts on how to avoid getting scammed if you do purchase from Ebay. But, if you have to go through that much effort to ensure your transaction is safe, its not worth it. Just avoid this method altogether.
TL;DR aka the most important tips to remember
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LCS гид (часть 1): Механизм работы P2P простыми словами

LCS гид (часть 1): Механизм работы P2P простыми словами
Оригинал: https://www.quora.com/How-do-I-start-a-peer-to-peer-Bitcoin-exchange-business/answeValéri-Natanelov

Прежде всего мы должны уточнить, что наличие P2P бизнеса в торговле криптовалютами и наличие собственной биржи - это не одно и то же.
P2P торговые площадки, такие как LocalCoinSwap (Хотя их несколько, я использую этот пример из-за их самого большого выбора монет для торговли, в настоящее время – 16, и уникальной модели собственности владельцев LCS, получающих 100% всей прибылей в дивидендах) обеспечивают руководящими принципами отдельных лиц или бизнес для успешной торговли BTC и других криптовалютами между собой.

https://preview.redd.it/0b8mbbe7saz11.png?width=602&format=png&auto=webp&s=d673cd10e250c318aaac53e9c9276d97b9892624
Простыми словами
LocalCoinSwap функционирует как «базар» (в буквальном смысле этого слова), где каждый может открыть «магазин» или торговый бизнес. Позвольте мне привести аналогию, чтобы прояснить далее. Представьте себе большой склад, который позволяет торговцу занять место / магазин / киоск, чтобы предлагать свои активы посетителям. Это совершенно бесплатно, однако торговец должен будет оплатить комиссию в размере 1% от каждой продажи через «посредника», в этом случае LocalCoinSwap, за: предоставление инфраструктуры; escrow, что предотвращает риска неплатежа; привлечение посетителей и т.п.
Таким образом, начало бизнеса, такого как LocalCoinSwap, - это целая работа, требующая правильных инвестиций, технической группы, маркетинга, PR и т. д.
При этом я подозреваю, что ваш вопрос более направлен на то, как индивид (или малый бизнес) может разработать бизнес-модель, основанную на одноранговой торговле.
Как открыть собственный «магазин» / бизнес в торговле P2P.

Это довольно просто - ключ к успеху - это

=> Специализация и разработка вашей ниши !

Откройте учетную запись на LocalCoinSwap
Выберите опцию - хотите ли вы сосредоточиться на продаже, покупке или на том и другом ?
Выберите криптовалюты, которыми вы хотите торговать
Выберите регион (город или страну)
Выберите валюту fiat (реальную мировую валюту), которую вы хотите получить (если вы продавец) или послать (если вы являетесь покупателем).
Короче говоря, выбирайте валюту, к которой у вас есть доступ или которой хотите торговать, например USD, EUR, YEN и многие другие. В настоящее время LocalCoinSwap предлагает почти 200 опций fiat.
Выберите способ оплаты
Если вы являетесь покупателем, вы указываете метод, который предпочитаете использовать для отправки денег (fiat) в обмен на получение криптовалюты
Если вы продавец, вы указываете метод, который предпочитаете использовать для получения денег (fiat) в обмен на отправку криптовалюты


В настоящее время LocalCoinSwap предлагает широкий спектр способов оплаты:
MoneyGram, Local Bank transfer, Cash Deposit, Cash in person, Western Union, Credit Card, SWIFT, international transfer, SEPA transfer, PayPal, Payoneer, TransferWise, AdvCash, Itunes Gift Card, Amazon Gift Card, Skrill, Alipay, WeChat Pay, Venmo, Alfa cash-in, Cardless Cash, M-PESA, QIWI, Yandex.Money, WebMoney Interac e-Transfer, PayTM, IMPS, UPI, Efecty, PayNow, Square Cash App, ePayments, M-PESA, privat24

Установите торговые ограничения
Минимальная торговля указывает на самую низкую сумму, при которой вы готовы торговать
Максимальный объем торговли указывает максимальную сумму, которой вы готовы торговать (с учетом общей доступности капитала и других личных факторов).
Чтобы узнать больше о том, как заработать с P2P ,читайте след. статью.

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My reviews of bitcoin exchanges and services my business used

Over the past weeks myself (a 23 year old from Vancouver, Canada) & my business partner (a 21 Regensburg, Germany) have tried a lot of different XBT exchanges and sellers. He reddits a lot and suggested I type up what I wrote down about our experience to share them with you.
Great experiences:
Kraken - 9.8
General: Kraken is one of the better platforms we used, mostly when dealing with the Euro. We opened a Kraken account, made a $5000 USD deposit and a €7000 deposit and were ready to begin trading in under 24 hours. We ran into no problems with them, our orders filled quickly and the emails that we had with their team were fairly straight forward. More payment methods would make them a 10.
Pros: They have many pair listings, special types of trading orders including stop loss, take profit, and others. They accept SEPA payments for Euro and bank wires for most other deposits. They have good security practices (https://www.kraken.com/security/practices) and have done an audit with proof of solvency (https://www.kraken.com/security/audit). Well known team, public facing. Has LTC, NameCoin and Ripple.
Cons: Does not accept ACH payments for US users. Lack's transparency of cost on USD bankwires (TBD*). Some users have raised concerns over the pasts of the investment team (this had no impact on score but should be mentioned). Support team was quick and solved our problems.
Bitstamp - 9.5
General: Bitstamp is a market leader and great exchange. We had a very good experience with them. They are probably our default choice if we had to use a general USD exchange to run an ATM or something. We made a deposit of $15,000 USD and trading went smoothly. It is important to note this exchange we withdrew only in Bitcoin, we did not try the Fiat withdrawals. Full transparency could make them a 10.
Pros: Large volume, great liquidity, fairly quick to get an account open and money deposits. Our time from opening an account to trading was under 24 hours. They take a decently low fee .5% Has a proof of reserves audit by third-party.
Cons: Audit is third-party and not proof of solvency. Little is known about management team. Bankwires are only real method to be used here. Does not allow trading in non-USD. Trades are only do Bitcoin. Many claims of Bitstamp freezing users Bitcoin under AML/KYC claims and asking for lots information such as signed wallets proving source of those coins (We did not experience this).
Vault of Satoshi - 9.2
General: Vault of Satoshi is a much smaller exchange then the other "great" exchanges but they do really awesome things for XBT. Their team was very supportive and really quick. We had our account open, verified and trading in under an hour ON A SUNDAY. It was the fastest set up time of any exchange that deals with fiat currency. For user experience and security they would be our top pick. International support and higher volume could make them a high 9 if not a 10.
Pros: High security (http://www.reddit.com/vos/comments/27hd8d/are_my_coins_safe_on_vos/ci0yeua) and transparency including daily generation of Proof of Solvency audits, very transparent team (https://www.vaultofsatoshi.com/about) who are active on Reddit. Allows trading of over 20 coins to both fiat and to any other coin. Has Interac deposits for Canadians, they apparently can take an hour or two to enter the account, but ours took maybe ten minutes. Easily the fastest deposit method we found.
Cons: Pretty much just for Canadians unless you transfer coins in for day trading. Supposed to be expanding soon. Volume was lower but seems to be picking up. Needs a lot of personal information. Would be great to see more payment methods outbound.
Good Experiences:
Coinbase - 8.7
General: Coinbase is a great service, backed with good money and clearly a very secure environment. Being a dual resident and citizen I was able to use Coinbase for some of our purchases via my US bank account. It was really quick to open an account and get buying. We bought around $5000 worth of Bitcoin to send into other coin-only exchanges. The support staff were helpful, but could have been trained a bit more about Bitcoin knowledge. Overall things went really well. More coins, international support and proof of solvency could put it up to a 9.
Pros: Clear set price not dealing with any "orderbooks", great platform very easy and straight foward to user. Great for new users. Has ACH payments for American Users so you don't have to do a bankwire. It is backed by a major investors. Has stable relationships with a bank unlike many other small exchanges. It is fast, secure, and friendly support staff.
Cons: Not a full exchange, US only, support can be slow to respond, has no proof of reserves, promotes the use of online wallet services. Does not allow you to buy or sell coins other than XBT.
Cryptsy - 7.2
General: Was used for dealing with smaller altcoins that weren't on other exchanges. Our total volume on there was roughly 8 BTC. Deposits went fairly smoothly, although we did have to contact support in regards to one submission of Blackcoin that did not appear in our balance. The support team was slow and rather rude but did get the job done eventually.
Pros: No verification needed for trades, deposit and go. Lots of currency pairs. High volumes. Strong platform. Great chart features. Great price ticker on the side.
Cons: No proof of funds, not much security, doesn't support fiat, support team is kind of a pain to deal with if something does go wrong. Should really only use if you are day trading
QuadrigaCX- 7.0
General: QuadrigaCX is a small Canadian exchange. All around a decent service we only did around $500 transaction with them in order to do a quick test but we were quite happy with the Canadian provider we had selected. These guys are decent backup. It took less than 48 hours to get my account open and trading. If they had proof of solvency and support staff then we would have likely given them an 8 or a 9.
Pros: Low fee (0.5%), has book for XBT/AU (gold). Has online interac payments.
Cons: Not large books, no proof of solvency, lower transparency, called contact number twice during operation hours and got voicemail, email response was next day and was short but answered my questions.
InstaBT - 6.5
General: These guys are similar in concept to a Coinbase. It's small limit purchases of XBT instantly. Site looks a little dodgy but they are an accepted payment method on Vault of Satoshi so we decided to give them a try for about $100 in XBT.
Pros: It was quick and easy and did not require any type of I.D. verification. We had a support phonecall and the guy seemed friendly enough. Lower fees would make this method a 7.
Cons: Has limits and really high fees. I think the fee was around 9%.
QuickBT - 6.4
General*: These guys are pretty much the same as above, although rather than being used for Vault of Satoshi they are used for CAvirtex. The service was all in all the same, nicer website, did $100 in XBT. Only reason for the lower score is when they guy called me to verify my phone number he was a bit of a grump. Lower fees and friendly support would increase their score.
Pros: Quick online interac without verification
Cons: Guy was a bit of a grump, and had really high fees.
Bad Experiences
CAVirtex - 4
General: CAvirtex is a Canadian only exchange. If I am not mistaken it's the oldest one around. They only do XBT and LTC. We did about $10,000 through them before we started exploring other options. A number of accusations have been posted in this sub against them that make them questionable, but their user support, slow time in dealing with funds and general attitude towards there users is what got them the low score from us. There would need to be lots of changes to raise their score.
Pros: Usually the price is a few bucks cheaper here than at other exchanges, not sure why though. You can withdraw your money to a pre-paid debit card.
Cons: In our experience we found it extremely slow to get started. We tried to open an account and it was almost a week before we got verified. We made a deposit via Direct Debit (EFT) and it took about a week before it showed up in our account. When we tried to reach out to support about this it took 3 days before we got a snippy reply. All in all we were not impressed. It's not how people should handle customers.
The Rock Trading - 2.5
General: We had decided to try this Malta based e-trading platform with our Euro funds. The exchange is rather small but has some ok features. Ultimately we only did about €700 before we got fed up using them. They support SEPA payments which is great but their support team could not give a shit about you.
Pros SEPA payments, lots of currency support, BTC shares
Cons: By far the worst support around
LocalBitcoins - No Score
General: Localbitcoins pairs you with sellers in your area, digitally or by meet up and then exchange Bitcoin. Before we got into exchanges I had done maybe $2500 through localbitcoin purchases. You always end up over paying, you have to meet up with the person which is time consuming and you never know who you are going to get.
Pros: The only real advantage to this method is that you aren't going through an exchange and having to verify. It allows those who are worried about their identity to keep it secure
Cons: You end up way over paying for the bitcoins that you purchase, you never know who you are going to get and some users have even been mugged at such meetups. In my case I arranged to meet someone and waited over an hour at the meetup spot and no one showed up.
Next to Try:
-Bitcoin.de
-BitFinX
-BTC-E
-OKcoin
-Bitpay (for sales tool)
-Itbit
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Vault of Satoshi announces "InstaBT" partnership allowing Canadian users to instant buy BTC

It's time for some spring cleaning here at VoS! Out with the old, in with the new!
New Coins:
First and foremost we'll be adding some new altcoins to the VoS family:
  1. CryptogenicBullion
  2. DigitalCoin (previously unannounced)
  3. MintCoin
  4. DarkCoin
  5. WorldCoin
Cheques:
We're phasing out support for cheques, as we've found the payment method to be slow and cumbersome for our users and involves too high of a turn around time. All cheque requests for April 10th will be honored but after that we will be switching over to other payment methods.
For Canadian Users:
Canadian users will have some exciting new payment methods they can look forward to shortly including our new partnership with InstaBT.com, and will still have the same EFT/PAD and wire support as always.
For US Funds:
As we will not yet be supporting debit methods for international users we will still be allowing users operating in USD to withdraw via cheques for the time being. They will also be able to withdraw via Wire Transfer if their withdrawal balance exceeds $1000 USD. There will also be some temporary changes to our deposit methods for USD deposits please contact [email protected] to find the latest deposit information.
InstaBT:
We're pleased to announce our new partnership with Canadian Bitcoin purchasing service InstaBT.com! InstaBT is a service that allows Canadians to buy Bitcoin directly online with Interac. While the service normally only allows users to buy 0.5 BTC, verified level 2 Vault of Satoshi users will now be able to fund their BTC accounts via InstaBT up to their normal VoS weekly limits.
We are now on the final testing stages of this new feature and will be rolling out in the coming week!
And More!
This spring is ramping up to be a pretty exciting season for us here at Vault of Satoshi, we've already teased about our up coming Affiliate program, new changes to the UI that will simplify trading, and have tons more in the pipeline that we'll be announcing soon! We thank you for your continued patronage, and for joining us on this journey!
All the best,
Adam
Really interesting feature for Canadian users! Seems like VoS could become the Coinbase of Canada with these changes. It's really convenient to be able to instant buy.
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Got scammed selling Bitcoins. Help?

I have a chequing account with CIBC (Canadian bank). I have been using my account to send and receive large amounts of money over Interac E-Transfer, for purchasing and selling Bitcoin on LocalBitcoins.
I got a call from the bank today telling me my account was being investigated for fraud. Apparently someone had sent me an E-Transfer from a stolen account. I was told not to spend any of the money I had received, in case I have to pay it back.
Although this is clearly unethical, is there anything bad that will happen to me if I withdraw all my money, close my account, and go to a new bank?
My reasons for doing this include:
  1. I already spent most of the potentially fraudulent funds
  2. My E-Transfer privelidges have been revoked. They won't tell me why, although I'd assume it's because I was using e-Transfers for business purposes instead of personal purposes.
  3. There is a 0% chance I will get my Bitcoin back even if I do come up with the money to pay back the amount owed.
Any advice?
EDIT: I'm 16 years old and the amount under investigation is $2000 CAD/$1600 USD
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[H] Bettables / Immortals / Genuines [W] Cash

Basically, I'm selling this since my friend basically doesn't want to end up scammed.
Item Name Quality Quantity Steam Market Price @75% Total Sum (USD)
Bloodlust Fork Genuine 3 37.45 28.09 84.26
Conch Cudgel Genuine 3 43.5 32.63 97.88
Frost Owl Beacon Genuine 1 1.21 0.91 0.91
Hat of the Kraken Genuine 3 42.5 31.88 95.63
Scorching Talon Genuine 3 33.69 25.27 75.80
Methods of Payment allowed in order of preference: Bitcoin, Bank Wire, Interac E-Transfer, Skrill and Paypal.
I am a fairly known trader, so no MM should be required. I would suggest you ask mutual trader friends to see if they will vouch for me if you have any doubts.
Note:
I am selling individually AND/OR all at once. If you buy it all, then the reserve price is there, elsewise, you have the individual prices. I don't mind selling items individually as long as the price is fair. Reason is so I don't have to sell 70+ items individually. I will adjust the reserve accordingly if I have sold items.
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Is it ok to close my chequing account?

I have a chequing account with CIBC (Canadian bank). I have been using my account to send and receive large amounts of money over Interac E-Transfer, for purchasing and selling Bitcoin.
I got a call from the bank today telling me my account was being investigated for fraud. Apparently someone had sent me an E-Transfer from a stolen account. I was told not to spend any of the money I had received, in case I have to pay it back.
Although this is clearly unethical, is there anything bad that will happen to me if I withdraw all my money, close my account, and go to a new bank?
My reasons for doing this include:
  1. I already spent most of the potentially fraudulent funds
  2. My E-Transfer privelidges have been revoked. They won't tell me why, although I'd assume it's because I was using e-Transfers for business purposes instead of personal purposes.
  3. There is a 0% chance I will get my Bitcoin back even if I do come up with the money to pay back the amount owed.
What should I do?
EDIT: Forgot to mention that I'm 16 years old and clueless. The amount under investigation is $2200 CAD or $1700 USD
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[Store] Bunch of Immortals/Genuines

Basically, I'm selling this since my friend basically doesn't want to end up scammed.
Item Name Quality Quantity Steam Market Price @75% Total Sum (USD)
Dragon Claw Hook Clean 9 142.96 107.22 964.98
Timebreaker Clean 2 84.84 63.63 127.26
Rotten Stache Clean 16 81.45 61.09 977.40
Bloodlust Fork Genuine 3 37.45 28.09 84.26
Conch Cudgel Genuine 3 43.5 32.63 97.88
Fire Lotus Belt Genuine 1 178.16 133.62 133.62
Frost Owl Beacon Genuine 3 1.21 0.91 2.72
Hat of the Kraken Genuine 3 42.5 31.88 95.63
Perceptions of the Eternal Mind Genuine 1 184.00 138.00 138.00
Sapphire Cask Mythical 3 3.40 2.55 7.65
Blessed Luckvessel Mythical 5 6.85 5.14 25.69
Sceptre of Icewrack Genuine 3 89.70 67.28 201.83
Wings of Searing Pain Genuine 7 80.00 60.00 420.00
Wyvernguard Edge Genuine 4 16.99 12.74 50.97
Scorching Talon Genuine 3 33.69 25.27 75.80
Total $3,403.69
Reserve: $3,100 USD - If no other bids, I will sell to the highest bidder within 24 hours.
Methods of Payment allowed in order of preference: Bitcoin, Bank Wire, Interac E-Transfer, Skrill and Paypal.
I am a fairly known trader, so no MM should be required. I would suggest you ask mutual trader friends to see if they will vouch for me.
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Canadian Guide to Buying Dogecoin V2.0

​This is V2.0 of my Canadian Guide to Buying Dogecoin. Since the first one I have had a lot more experience with the exchanges I previously listed, and some new ones. It is still not yet "the" definitive guide, but it is getting closer to that goal. I will still do another update to include more info on wallets in the future, and general updates as more exchanges come online. But this should get you started on your way to the moon!
Method 1: Coinsquare ... the one stop shop
Of all the methods you can use to buy Dogecoin, this is hands down the one I would recomend the most. Coinsquare is a fairly comprehensive trading site, that not only includes Dogecoin, but many other cryptocurrencies, and fiat currencies (including CDN, USD, and Euros). Opening an account is relatively straightforward, but may take some time. Like all sites there is some degree of verification that is required. In my case I was able to use their 3rd party verification system to get through the process quickly. If that doesn’t work you can send in a photo of a government ID, selfie with that ID, and photo of a utility bill. They say that process will take 1 - 3 days, but some people have reported shorter times, and others longer. With so many people looking to sign up to these exchanges right now expect that it could take the 3 days.
Once you are verified you need to get money into your account. There are several ways to do this including Coinsquare vouchers, Interac Online, Interac E-transfer, wire transfer, money order, and bank draft. The option that will work best for most people is Interac Online which has a 2.5% fee, and is also the fastest way to get money into your account (it has been instantaneous in all of my experiences with it) so its a great choice all around. There is no option to purchase using a credit card here. And you can withdraw your funds as well, meaning all the basic needs of a full service trading site are met. If you sign up using this, discliamer, referral link, https://coinsquare.io/register?r=9C34FE9EF then you will get $20 credited to your account once you buy $60 of crypto.
Another option is to move other cryptocurrencies that you already have into your Coinsquare wallet. For anyone who has worked with Bitcoin or Etherium the idea of a digital wallet will be familiar. For those that haven’t, I recommend learning about this is in detail before going much further. If you already have, for example, some Litecoin you want to move into Coinsquare, then you can do that and start buying Dogecoin right away. The rates you pay for Dogecoin on this site are competitive with any other major, full service exchange, so it is definitely going to be the best value for your money. If you are looking to day trade then you might find that the volumes are sometime not high enough to take advantage of smaller changes in the market (larger price changes are still easy to capitalize on). So if that is something you are looking to do, you might want to experiment with other exchanges with larger volumes (though keep in mind you wont be able to withdraw funds on any other exchanges).
Method 2: The Coinbase method aka the two step process...with a credit card
If you want to easily, and very quickly, pick up some Litecoin or Etherium, or Bitcoin Cash, you can sign up for Coinbase, and do so there. For Canadians the only option is to make a purchase with a credit card, and you cannot withdraw your funds either. only move it to a digital wallet or another exchange. So there is zero trading functionality on this site. But, the sign up process is super easy, and you can very quickly purchase Litecoin or Etherium (they have a mobile app so its super easy to take advantage of low prices when the markets drops wildly) and then move it to the exchange or wallet of your choice.
Coinbase does also sell Bitcoin. But, the purchase price is higher than all the other exchanges I have seen, and the cost of transferring it to a wallet seems to be about $30 - $40 per transaction! So I do not recommend buying Bitcoin. But with Etherium and Litecoin the transaction fees are sometimes just a fraction of a percent (though Ethereum is getting more expensive during peak times so Litecoin is likely the best option). And though the price of those currencies does tend to be higher than other exchanges as well, it is far less egregious than Bitcoin differentials.
Coinbase also charges a 4% fee for every purchase. If you have a cash back credit card then some of that cost may be offset. So keep this fee in mind when you are determining how much it will ultimately cost you. You can also signup with this link, https://www.coinbase.com/join/5a2d317dd4c78500d67901e5 that will give you USD$10 (about CDN$12) in Bitcoin when you purchase USD$100 in currency (about CDN$128). So that can be leveraged to compensate for the fees on the first $300 worth of currency purchases (or give your purchase a small boost if you ultimately buy less than that from them). But with the transaction fees for Bitcoin being so high, this promo is kind of silly.
Once you have purchased your Litecoin or Ethereum you can then move it to another exchange and use it to purchase Dogecoin. I have already mentioned one, Coinsquare. But there are others that you can use that will allow you to purchase your doge, but keep in mind you wont be able to trade it back to CAD on these exchanges and withdraw those funds into a bank account. You can scroll down to the bottom of this post if you want to know about some of the other exchanges to purchase Dogecoin on, or, you can read about another option for the two step method.
Method 3: A two step method involving QuadrigaCX
Lets say you want to purchase Dogecoin on an exchange other than Coinsquare, but, you dont want to use Coinbase because of the higher fees they charge. Another service you could use is QuadrigaCX. This is a platform for trading Bitcoin, Etherium, and Litecoin, as well as Bitcoin Cash, and a few others that have recently been added. Its verification process is a little bit tougher than on Coinsquare, and its funding options are much the same too. But as a trading platform its probably the best option for Canadians right now, and if you move Bitcoins from there to another exchange or wallet you will not suffer the same hit that you do when you do it from Coinbase (though moving Bitcoin is still more costly than the other currencies).
The big advantage to using QuadrigaCX is that you can purchase Bitcoin, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash or Etherium at a competitive price from a company with low fees. If you are going to use Coinsquare as your primary exchange to trade Dogecoin then there isn’t much advantage to using QuadrigaCX as well (though it is a really good trading platform so if you want to test out a different platform this is one worth trying). Using QuadrigaCX is the more convoluted of the three methods, but if you wanted to maximize your purchase power this could allow you to get the most bang for your buck. Like the Coinsquare method you will need to transfer your crypto into another exchange, options of which are listed below, in order to purchase Doigecoin.
Some of the other exchanges for buying/trading Dogecoin
This list of other trading sites is ever changing, as sites upgrade, open or close registrations, and add more features. These are the ones that are worth taking a look at, or keeping an eye to see if registration opens up as they are among the most popular options.
www.Coinex.com (Can only be funded with Bitcoin cash)
This is a relatively new site. It is actually a trading site, but, it only has trades/purchasing against Bitcoin Cash (no fiat currencies). So in order to fund your account on this site, you will have to transfer Bitcoin Cash into it. Because it is new, and they only added Dogecoin a few days from the time I wrote this, it is hard to tell if their rates will be competitive with other larger, and full scale exchanges. This is probably not a bad option to purchase Dogecoin, but being a new exchange, I wouldn’t leave your crypto in it for too long.
www.Evercoin.com
This is fairly simple and straightforward site. You enter the address of the wallet you are looking to use to fund the exchange, and how much you want to trade, enter your Dogecoin wallet address, and make the exchange. As with all the sites like this, the rate you pay is a bit higher than a standard full service exchange site. So if you've gone through the effort of a registration with one of the full service exchanges, it seems odd that you would then use this less than ideal option. But you can use it if need be.
www.Kraken.com (currently closed to new registrations)
This is a popular site, that also has a reputation of slow downs and reliability issues. But its been around a while and a lot of people swear by it. It's also closed to new registrations. Once they open those up again, it might be worth taking a look at as it does have some good trading features.
www.Shapeshift.io (Has run out of dogecoin for purchase on occasion lately)
This was a very popular site to quickly change Bitcoin (or another crypto), into Dogecoin. The rates were not great, compared to full exchanges, but it worked. That was until it ran out of Dogecoin. At the time of writing this, you won’t be able to use this site to purchase Dogecoin (though I've seen posts there has been a small amount of success). Even if it does offer Dogecoin again, it was not uncommon to see people commenting about very long (as in several day long) transaction times, and limited to non-existent customer support help. I would say use this site with caution.
www.Bittrex.com (currently closed to new registrations)
This site has been closed to new registrations for over a month now, due to a need to upgrade to handle the high volumes of trades and new customers. Even if this does open up again, I would be cautious as the extended closure time makes me wonder if something else is up.
I haven't had time to evaluate all the available exchange options out there, there are a lot more than what I have listed here. And for Canadians, there is going to be a bit of hassle with non-Canadian exchanges as you will have to deal with getting currency on and off it all the time, both to fund your account, and to withdraw funds. I would say you should think carefully about your trading needs before going down this route. Also, with countries still in the early stages of developing regulations and policies surrounding cryptocurrencies, you might find some exchanges won't allow Canadians to sign up to them at all.
TL;DR
The best place to buy and manage Dogecoin for Canadians is Coinsquare. It might not be the best trading platform, but if you aren't concerned about constantly buying and selling, this should do nicely. You can use another exchange, like Livecoin, and use Coinbase or QuadrigaCX to fund your account with Litecoin or Etherium which you can then use to purchase Dogecoin.
To the moon!
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Bitcoin ATMs - How To Use Them - YouTube

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