#bitcoin-otc. Selling bitcoins. There are various methods for selling bitcoins. Warning: Please be careful with your money. When sending bitcoins to an exchange or other counterparty you are trusting that the counterparty will not abscond with your bitcoins and that the operator maintains secure systems that protect against theft -- internal or external. It is recommended that you obtain the real-world identity of the counterparty and ensure that sufficient recourse is available. Exchanging or storing significant funds with exchanges is not recommended.
Une banque française autorisée à utiliser Bitcoin. Grâce à un partenariat entre le prestataire de paiment Aqoba et startup Paymium, la monnaie virtuelle Bitcoin va pouvoir transiter légalement au sein du système bancaire. Une première mondiale. « Avec Bitcoin, payer et vendre sans les banques » titrait en novembre dernier Le Monde, dans un article décrivant le fonctionnement de cette monnaie virtuelle cryptée et anonyme, dont le fonctionnement repose sur un logiciel open-source et en peer-to-peer. Certes, le projet de bitcoin, né en 2009, se voulait au départ d’inspiration sinon anarchiste, au moins anti-banque, mais les choses sont peut être en train de changer.
Victoire made in France C’est en effet un véritable coup de force que la startup française Paymium a annoncé le 6 décembre dernier sur l’un des forums de la communauté de bitcoin : En fait, il s’agit d’une victoire d’un duo français acquise dans le cadre d’un partenariat entre Paymium, qui développe la plateforme Bitcoin Central et le prestataire de paiement en ligne Aqoba. zcopley. World's First Bitcoin ATM Is Announced - First Location: Cyprus.
Share this article on: Sometimes things don't always go to plan. As background, a few months ago I was approached by two young entrepreneurs. They had purchased a semi-workable Bitcoin ATM off of another entrepreneur and were excited about the prospects and approached me to help with marketing to the public and prospective franchisees as well as garnering investment interest. It was a verbal handshake I had done via Skype from the jungles of Guyana while looking at a gold mining enterprise. I then went to San Diego last week to nail down the final specifics with the two young entrepreneurs and flew in my top financial advisor, a past CFO of numerous billion dollar companies who has done business for decades worldwide, and what we uncovered was that this was not going to be as simple as we had hoped. Those who know me know that I despise all government regulation and taxation and see it as being economy destroying.
It was always the achilles heel of this product. Can it succeed? Bitcoin-Central, first exchange licensed to operate with a bank. This is HUGE. Sorry, I got carried away with the other stuff but what I mainly wanted to say was: That's fantastic news - Congratulations and thank you IBAN, automatic conversion and dual debit card sounds spot on. Ideally I'd have my pay go directly in but I'll need to consider the following: I think it costs my employer more to do a BACS transfer with SEPA than into a UK bank - I'd need to find out how much.The automatic conversion sounds great but the GBP orderbook would need to be a lot more lively because unless there is some serious arbing going on I'd hurt badly on the conversion rate!
I'd be interested to see too how the costs will work out in withdrawing GBP from an ATM when it's automatically converted from Bitcoin.This could all be simply too prohibitively expensive for some time but the blocks are all in place and frankly I'm likin' it I can understand some thinking this is too good to be true and that somehow it will go tits up but it is always the risk for those pioneering the way. Bitcoin Or A Bank? Here's How They Stack Up.