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The Better Bitcoin Bureau

[link] still good to use for bitcoins?

I haven't bought Btc in over 6 months but last time I used and it went very well. The website seems to still be running fine but I was wondering if there's been any recent experience with them?
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Does actually give you bitcoin?

And how fast is it? There's no sign up (I imagine), but how do I know it isn't a scam? I'd love to get some today, so I can participate in btcbf, but I wanna know if they're legit first.
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I'd like to present a new way to buy bitcoins with cash from anywhere in the United States, and it only takes a few minutes. Go to, then to the nearest Wells Fargo. It is safe, fast, and anonymous. Ask me about it here or just get started buying coins.

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Good news from the US government, prices skyrocketing, Coinbase out of coins, Cashintocoins unable to keep up with orders... Today is a BIG day for the future of Bitcoins... Raise a glass, CHEERS!

Good news from the US government, prices skyrocketing, Coinbase out of coins, Cashintocoins unable to keep up with orders... Today is a BIG day for the future of Bitcoins... Raise a glass, CHEERS! submitted by PDshotME to Bitcoin [link] [comments] no longer accepting cash for bitcoin purchases.

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I heard about bitcoin a few years ago and it was just a worthless trens at the time. With everything going on i intend to buy some in the morning. My bank doesnt allow instant authentification. Anyone used the debit method. How long does it take. I want in tomorrow!

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What's the fastest way to convert USD into Vertcoin?

I have a US bank account, US credit card. How can I turn it into Vertcoin?
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What is the best way to purchase Bitcoins with cash?

I can't seem to find any recent posts with suggestions for purchasing Bitcoins with cash. I've seen some praise for, but I'm not really sure what the "cash deposit" option entails. Back in the day, I used a service with Moneygram (I forget the name), that allowed me to pay with cash at a CVS and get the coins within half an hour or so. If something like this still exists, that would be ideal. Also, is it recommended that I send the coins to a temporary wallet/tumbler and then to BMR, or directly to BMR? And finally, should all of this be done on TOR, or can I just use a random e-mail address for the transactions (since I'd be paying in cash, going through a wallet, and using PGP for the shipping info)? I ask about the e-mail address because localbitcoins requires one. Thanks!
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Bitcointip got me started on bitcoin today

So I read that Virgin Galactic story and noticed bitcointip which got me into reading up on bitcoin and now that I've spent the last several hours reading up on it, I went through some tutorials, started a coinbase wallet and then a blockchain wallet, and a paper wallet (simpler than I thought). I am now at the point where I want to actually purchase a very small amount (0.01 bitcoin) so I'm wondering where and how would be the easiest? Blockchain is suggesting but that doesn't seem simple. Help would be appreciated
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Why is buying BTC in the US so hard?!

-cashintocoins has been severely lagging since there's much more money being requested than there is in stock -i don't have a credit card and will never have a credit card so i can't do instant buy from Coinbase, and i'm not gonna wait 4 days if they're gonna lock in the price instead of just letting me transfer money and THEN buy the coins after those 4 days, and have the amount of bitcoins that i'm actually paying for at the moment i buy them -i'm never gonna use localbitcoins, prices are waaayyy too high -i don't have a utility bill so no mtgox -bitstamp is taking forever to verify me -okpay won't let me get verified since i'm from the US -24change seems sketch because liqpay seems sketch and i hear a lot of US transactions don't go through -virwox has a tiny maximum limit and i'm not even sure if they do US credit/debit cards -campbx hasn't rolled out bank transfers yet -coinmkt hasn't either SO WHAT THE HECK CAN I USE???
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want to buy bitcoin, have chase bank, help please.

I am a little familiar with bitcoin, I use Block chain, and I trust them, I wanted to buy a small amount of BTC, but when I use their site, it lists Wellsfargo, credit union, or BOA.
I use chase exclusively. Any help?
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An open letter to Aaron Smith, Executive Director of the National Cannabis Industry Association to encourage its members to accept bitcoin.

To Mr. Aaron Smith,
I run a business that enables people to move local currencies in and out of Bitcoin, a new digital currency that is regulated by FinCEN and other banking authorities. You can see my website here:
I am a Seattle Based company and I would love to work with your group of dispensaries by enabling them to use Bitcoins for transactions, thereby reducing their dependence on the current banking system and allowing them to better serve their patients and vendors.
Bitcoin offers several competitive advantages over the traditional banking system, including reduced reliance on banks, decreased transaction costs over credit cards, and increased security over cash. You will not longer have to worry about how to deposit cash into banks, how to accept credit cards, or worry about holding large amounts of cash.
I would love the opportunity to speak with you or any of your members about how Bitcoin can improve their business and I will do it for free, whether you chose to use my business or my competitors, your member businesses can only be stronger by integrating Bitcoin payment solutions into their operations.
I look forward to speaking with you, Will
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I'm not sure how I feel about promoting themselves to Silk Road users....
I've been looking for an alternative to coinbase for buying bitcoin in the US for a while now, and have seen campbx and cashintocoins mentioned but after searching the exchange more, I was super sketched out..
Does anyone have info if these guys are trusted and who is behind it?
With the recent news about that older bitcoin exchange CEO of getting arrested, I think I want to distance myself from exchanges that associate themselves with the black market.
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Looking to buy through cash into coins...

I've been following bitcoins for a year now and mined last year when it was still viable (at least for me). I've never bought. Is reputable? I feel very, very hesitant about giving out my info and cash into coins seems to require the least amount.
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I've had a couple of good transactions with the site since bitinstant went down and I was forced to look elsewhere for a quick bitcoin connection.
Cashintocoins isn't exactly quick, but I've always got my coin the same day along with good communication about the status of my order. Their fees are lower than bitinstant and I like the idea that I can just deposit money and not have to worry about providing ID.
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Question About Purchasing Bitcoins through Bank of America.

How do I do it?
I have a wallet with Blockchain, and trying to use Cash Into Coins to do the purchasing. I initiated the transaction and took the info to a local Bank of America to do the actual transfer. They had no idea what I was talking about, so I left without making the transfer.
What's the process? Did I get a bad branch? Literally none of the tellers knew at all what I was talking about and got real nervous as though I was trying to scam them. A manager came out to talk to me and said that he'd heard of Bitcoin but didn't understand it.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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Need btc fast?

I always see people wanting to buy bitcoin, but they cant get them for a couple days or are out. I just want to let anyone else who doesn't know about
This site is legit and Will is a very helpful and easy going person. You just deposit cash into his account and send him a copy of your reciept. He sends you btc within 3hrs. Haven't used anything else besides this site and he only charges a flat $5 fee for orders over $40.
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Newbie Doge Links!

Hey guys, My "welcome message" was growing too large to spam with, so I'm posting for easy linking <3
Welcome to the group! If you are new to the subject, you can get started with a wallet here and here In cryptocurrency it's like a personal bank account on your computer. There are also more getting started links on the sidebar.
Many people get their Dogecoins right here on reddit through TIPS and services. You can even start tipping on twitter, Imgur and soon facebook!
The easiest way to get lots of Doges is by mining them. If you have a GPU and a little technical ability, you can get started making a bunch right away. Check out or ask questions at
If you want to buy or sell Dogecoins with USD (usually with a markup for the trouble) try these (but check the price first!):
One easy way to get Doge (or sell Doge) is to trade Bicoins! (get bitcoins locally, via cash, or bank account)
If you are looking to work for Dogecoins, we have a few new sites that just popped up
(and theres always...ahem... /girlsgonedogecoin/ NSFW)
Don't forget to go shopping! Use doge at or check out some directories!
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Several Questions...

I have just created my own wallet at blockchain. Once I created the wallet I recieved two numbers. 1.) The one is the recieving address which I can give people who want to give me bitcoins. They give me the option to view that address as a QR code. Is that worth having on hand, like printing it out? 2.) the indentifier number is basically just used to log into my wallet, right? 3.) People are mentioning "private keys" being needed if you want to spend your Bitcoins. I have not found where my private key is listed. If anyone else uses a blockchain wallet, any help or tips would be appreciated. Thanks.
EDIT: Also, "cashintocoins" is recommended by blockchain for buying coins. is this a reputable dealer? has anyone used them before?
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Seriously, what is the simplest solution to get bitcoins yet ?

Hey guys, Since yesterday I'm hardly trying to get bitcoins. The more I search, the more I get stuck.
They where the most user friendly-looking to me. After an unsuccessful try when I even got screwed for CHF 150 on freenode (I've never been so gullible).
So now, I can't find any website which I could use easily.
I can pay via paypal, credit card, bank transfer, phone bill (sms or other).
I feel a bit like Chloe in Fight Club by doing this post but I'm running out of solutions and would regret very hard to miss the Bitcoins Train. This is a cry for help.
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My first experience with

With the limited amount of bitcoin vendors as of late, I decided to go with the site that people have been mentioning in about every single thread.
I created an invoice last night for the amount of coins I wanted to purchase, which was extremely simple. When I woke up, I promptly went to the bank, deposited my cash into the account mentioned in my invoice slip, no ID required, and I was in and out within 5 minutes. Reminded me of the good ol' Bitinstant days where you could do the same.
I then proceeded to have a bit of back and forth communication via e-mail with Will (owner of the site), and he was beyond helpful, gave me some good updates, and within 2 hours he notified me that my BTC were in my wallet and ready to use.
The dude is incredibly helpful, extremely nice, and goddamn professional. The rates are slightly more than bitinstant, but honestly the fact that I didn't have to use Moneygram and go through a convoluted process was worth the extra fee (extremely nominal). This guy knows how to run a BTC purchasing service, and since the transaction went so smoothely with such great communication and help, I think this will be the only way I purchase BTC from now on.
Anyone who has heard of but is on the fence about using their service, please rest assured; It's a phenomenal way to acquire your coins extremely quickly and treated like a friend.
10/10, would buy BTC again....and again....and again. Thanks Cashintocoins.
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