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Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: CloserVagon ()
Date: November 16, 2018 01:49PM

Have you ever bought something on the Internet for bitcoins? I want to make my first purchase anonymously



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/28/2018 08:03AM by CloserVagon.

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: DevilStore ()
Date: November 28, 2018 08:05AM

I made such purchases through a bitcoin mixer. There you can anonymously make transfers with any cryptocurrency

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: 9VXNN ()
Date: November 28, 2018 10:47AM

Bitcoin is not anonymous.

When you paid dollars for that bitcoin, your identity is known.
When you transferred some Bitcoin for a transaction, that is recorded.
(That of course being the entire point of Bitcoin.)
When the recipient eventually cashes out your Bitcoin from their wallet,
and turns it into dollars, their identity is known.

The only way to do anonymous Bitcoin transactions is to use
money laundering techniques exactly as you would with dollars.
That is, you need some place to sell you the Bitcoin in the
first place that will not obey banking laws and is hard to trace.
Or you need to hope that the person (more likely many persons)
who ultimately winds up with your Bitcoin fractions (after you
and others have traded it around online) will use some untraceable
illegal dollars bank. The whole point of Bitcoin is that the
transactions are totally traceable at all times -- that's what
the "blockchain" is. The anonymous part can only be the cashing
in and cashing out part - good luck with that anonymously.

However, the FBI doesn't usually bother going after people
who do tiny Bitcoin transactions. They're interested in drug lords.

Bitcoin is not and was explicitly designed NOT to be anonymous.
It's purpose is to be a currency whose VALUE is not controlled
by a government. Everything else besides the price is controlled
by a government. Some governments are corrupt or inept, though

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: 9VXNN ()
Date: November 28, 2018 11:04AM

To amplify on how to do it anonmously...

You may be able to find a Bitcoin ATM that will take a prepaid dollar
cash card, and not require you to provide ID. (Certainly the ATM does
not have a way of checking an ID to see if it matches you.) And maybe
the ATM does not even take a photo of you .

So go to Safeway in Bailey's Crossroads and buy a prepaid VISA card, using cash.
(Assume that the store is not taking your photograph or anything.)
Then go down the street to the Sud's N Surf laundry place.
They have a Bitcoin ATM there.
I don't know anything about it, but maybe it will take your card.
You will get Bitcoin in the form of a paper receipt with a bunch
of long number codes on it. That is your wallet.

Now comes a part that is easy to fuck up.
Use correctly installed and configured security software on your
computer to semi-anonymously connect to the site where you want
to spend your Bitcoin. (Software such as Tor. I won't bother
going into how Tor is not really anonymous, or more importantly,
all the ways you can fuck yourself while trying to install and
use it properly on your computer.)

Now, presumably you bought something with your Bitcoin.
And let me guess, it's illegal drugs or something.
Just how do you expect your merchant to deliver the package
to your house? I guess you hope they have outsmarted UPS.

Because otherwise it doesn't matter how anonymous your transaction
was or was not. The fact is that a known drug dealer sent a package
to your house!

Oh, no, that's not mine. I don't know who it belongs to.
I don't know why it was mistakenly sent to my house!

What do you mean you have surveillance of me taking the package
inside and then not calling the police to report it?

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: 9VXNN ()
Date: November 28, 2018 11:09AM

I also checked on where you can get cash dollars for Bitcoin.

The number one place for US people to do it is through a
bank in Somalia.

Don't worry, I'm sure the feds aren't watching that one.

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: 9VXNN ()
Date: November 28, 2018 11:17AM

Don't worry about cashing out your Bitcoin, though.
It already lost 90% of its value you paid while you were reading this.

Bitcoin is worthless, because nothing backs it.
Contrary to idiots, dollars ARE backed by something (just not gold).

Rather than the "full faith and credit of the United States",
you get the full faith and credit of all the people who love
to use Bitcoin all the time. Problem is, there really aren't
any such people. Bitcoin has failed as a popular currency.
Also, the amount of money needed to run the Bitcoin system turns
out to be more costly than mining gold or diamonds. (That is,
the electricity costs are higher than the cost of mining real gold!)

I am sure that the people who invented Bitcoin knew this was
going to fail. Their purpose was to (a) do a cool experiment
and (b) get rich quick off the idiots. They were not dumb and
they had to know beforehand that it would not quite work as advertised.

Meanwhile, day traders in Bitcoin got rich, while that was possible.

But this year, the whole thing has pretty much collapsed,
with massive sell-offs as people realize they put their
money into a thing that has absolutely no value.
Not even the hoped-for abstract value of becoming a popular currency.

I remember posting here about 18 months ago saying this endgame had started.

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: Johnny ()
Date: December 04, 2018 10:19AM

If you really want to anonymously make transfers with any cryptocurrency and if you take care of your security level, I recommend you to use VPN service like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.ininja.ininja

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: DanielLee5 ()
Date: December 12, 2018 02:55AM

Some online games accept coins, different adult and gambling relating sites accept crypto currency with almost 100% guarantee. Here’s just a great post explaining principle of functionality of crypto currencies in modern world https://blockchain.intellectsoft.net/blog/cryptocurrency-development-and-types-of-cryptocurrencies/ .

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: Carmelized postal inspector ()
Date: December 12, 2018 06:23AM

9VXNN Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> To amplify on how to do it anonmously...
>
> You may be able to find a Bitcoin ATM that will
> take a prepaid dollar
> cash card, and not require you to provide ID.
> (Certainly the ATM does
> not have a way of checking an ID to see if it
> matches you.) And maybe
> the ATM does not even take a photo of you .
>
> So go to Safeway in Bailey's Crossroads and buy a
> prepaid VISA card, using cash.
> (Assume that the store is not taking your
> photograph or anything.)
> Then go down the street to the Sud's N Surf
> laundry place.
> They have a Bitcoin ATM there.
> I don't know anything about it, but maybe it will
> take your card.
> You will get Bitcoin in the form of a paper
> receipt with a bunch
> of long number codes on it. That is your
> wallet.
>
> Now comes a part that is easy to fuck up.
> Use correctly installed and configured security
> software on your
> computer to semi-anonymously connect to the site
> where you want
> to spend your Bitcoin. (Software such as Tor. I
> won't bother
> going into how Tor is not really anonymous, or
> more importantly,
> all the ways you can fuck yourself while trying to
> install and
> use it properly on your computer.)
>
> Now, presumably you bought something with your
> Bitcoin.
> And let me guess, it's illegal drugs or
> something.
> Just how do you expect your merchant to deliver
> the package
> to your house? I guess you hope they have
> outsmarted UPS.
>
> Because otherwise it doesn't matter how anonymous
> your transaction
> was or was not. The fact is that a known drug
> dealer sent a package
> to your house!
>
> Oh, no, that's not mine. I don't know who it
> belongs to.
> I don't know why it was mistakenly sent to my
> house!
>
> What do you mean you have surveillance of me
> taking the package
> inside and then not calling the police to report
> it?

Postal inspector opens the package before delivery, puts a special dust in it and reseals the box.then, they kick down your fucking door and use a light to see the dust. They use this evidence to see who opened the package. Been doing this since the 90’s

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: eucnx ()
Date: December 12, 2018 08:22AM


gerrymanderer2 (OP) posts several lies on ffu daily - many think he's a fx co gov worker who is getting paid to do it for false DNC democrat "advertising"

bitcoin is not a form of money

it's a total fraud through and through


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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: 6pmmk ()
Date: December 12, 2018 08:22AM

(only leaders of bankrupt foreign dictatorships are "talking about bitcoin")

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: c46gh ()
Date: December 12, 2018 08:27AM

bitcoin WAS (was) used by software people to trade "credit" for non-free software use - it also could be donated by people MAKING non-free software to free software for a free product they wished to promote (donated keep in mind - or never donated most often)

NO ONE USED IT, IT WAS A FLOP

people who weren't software people began asking: what is a bitcoin? (RTFM - read the fucking manual). this is where con artists stepped in, who began calling it a new form of european currency

ONLY CON ARTISTS ARE PROMOTING BIT COIN

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: feykn ()
Date: December 12, 2018 08:29AM

as far as free software using bitcoin to make real purchases THAT'S AN INSULT

government workers make no product (only free shit - almost wholey for themselves in a very greedy manner) and get REAL MONEY for "software like activity"

the idea those who prevent others from working should use money and those prevented from working would use ... "a different money" IS AN INSULT

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: Lotuner ()
Date: December 15, 2018 06:18PM

I had experience online with my crypto coins only in gambling. Just because one company offered more slot bonuses if you make your deposit in crypto. In general, very few online stores accept crypto, unfortunately

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: y65jtgf ()
Date: December 15, 2018 09:09PM

Lotuner Wrote:
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> I had experience online with my crypto coins only
> in gambling. Just because one company offered more
> [url=http://www.real-money-pokies.co.nz/real-money
> -pokies-bonus.html]slot bonuses[/url] if you make
> your deposit in crypto. In general, very few
> online stores accept crypto, unfortunately

and then the bank took your credit card away - too bad they didn't catch you earlier

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: Garlic ()
Date: December 17, 2018 08:48AM

Yeah, I've tried that few times but it's basically exchanging of your bitcoin for cash with third party then you buying stuff on the Internet and I'm not sure it was anonymously. I hope the situation will change in the future cause cryptocurrency is developing. Recently I found out that it is possible to mine crypto through cryptocurrency games. I play MotoCoin which is inspired by ElastoMania and that looks promising. Crypto developing is on a right way!



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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: Jasems ()
Date: December 20, 2018 05:07AM

Yes, I am buying with crypto currency for almost one year and very glad about it. The main advantage is security, of course! But last time I have sold my bitcoins, so now I am paying with ripple South Africa

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: FrankMeinz ()
Date: February 13, 2019 05:01AM

There are a lot of really prospective blockchain projects these days and if you want to invest and earn some money, you really should look at those projects. I am now digging deeper into Cryptocurrencies and blockchain in the gaming industry, I think that this niche would be amazingly profitable for investors.

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: Andrew Arst ()
Date: March 12, 2019 07:44AM

It is a nice opportunity to but something anonymously. By the way, bitcoin is not the only crypto in the world. Moreover, there are a lot of ICOs. You can invest in many of them and make a lot of purchases in the future. This site icopulse.com will help to make the right decision.

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Re: Bitcoin purchase
Posted by: Derby78787 ()
Date: April 14, 2019 03:50PM

For more than a year that I've been active in the cryptocurrency ecosystem, I personally would recommend you to try localbitcoins its pretty convenient and safe if you are dealing with trusted traders on there. Or do your own reserch here https://cryptolinks.com/cryptocurrency-exchange . Hope this helps.

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