Trying to maintain Real anonimity is a hassle, but doable if you keep at it. In my view for my situation (I live in a big US city) there is a good way. A hassle but a good way, and it’s the first on your list. Localbitcoins.com – click “14356 cities” at the top then find your city in the list (I use F3). Or find a “meetup” at meetup.com by googling meetup ‘your city’ bitcoin. In my town there is a meeting once a month and there are both informational presentations and bitcoin for cash sellers. With a person… Read more »
Get yourself a Bitcoin wallet and control your own coins. For large amounts of bitcoins, we recommend hardware wallets. Hardware wallets are small, offline devices that store your bitcoins offline and out of reach from hackers and malware.
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Many people would like to stay anonymous when buying stuff around the web for different reasons. The problem with Bitcoin is that it’s not completely anonymous. Once a Bitcoin exchange requests identifiable information such as an email address, government id or a utility bills they can know and track every movement of your Bitcoins.
Of course the young cryptocurrency is not without its critics. Mainstream media, traditional banks and financial commentators all warn against a ‘bubble’ set to burst, and the opportunity for Bitcoin to be used by criminals.
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Once you have a Bitcoin wallet, you use a traditional payment method such as credit card, bank transfer (ACH), or debit card to buy Bitcoins on a Bitcoin exchange (example: Coinbase). The Bitcoins are then transferred to your wallet. The availability of the above payment methods is subject to the area of jurisdiction and exchange chosen. Here a screenshot of the Bitcoin interface showing how to buy and sell not just Bitcoin but also Ethereum and Litecoin, which are other popular virtual currencies. As you see, it’s as straightforward as clicking on the “Buy” tab if you want to buy, and “Sell” tab if you want to sell. You select which currency you are buying/selling and which payment method (your bank account or credit card) you want to use.
If you’re looking to buy Bitcoins anonymously then the easiest way would be to buy Bitcoins in cash and in person. Use Local Bitcoins to find someone who is willing to sell Bitcoins for cash next to your physical location. You can use an alias email address to sign up to Local Bitcoins and the verification id process they have is optional. When you use cash it’s easy to remain untraceable as there is no documentation for the transaction. Keep in mind that most sellers on Local Bitcoins don’t like to do business with anonymous buyers, however since you’re paying in cash it should be less of an issue.
The best news for Bitcoin enthusiasts may be that pubs were among the earliest adopters and most ardent supporters of the currency. The historic Old Fitzroy in Sydney, for instance, became Australia’s first Bitcoin-friendly bar in 2013.
For every transaction, mining computers must solve very complex mathematical problems and generate a 64 digit solution. Once solved, one block is added to the Bitcoin chain and the miner earns a certain amount of new Bitcoin as a reward.
To an extent, that’s true. In order to be a responsible bitcoin-user, one should have a second computer that’s offline at all times. That second computer holds all of your money in cold storage and is only linked to offline transactions. Any money you want to spend is in a hot wallet with the understanding that it’s vulnerable. Technically, one could operate completely out of bitcoin only, and the second computer would act as their personal bank. That responsibility is something that turns most users away and is something that the industry faces today. While some feel as though they must hold their private keys for upmost securities, some people simply don’t want the responsibility.
We are excited to announce the ability for customers to instantly purchase digital currency using a US bank account. Previously, customers who purchased using a bank account had to wait several days before receiving their digital currency. Customers can now buy up to $25,000* and receive access to their digital currency immediately.
In just a few short sweet weeks from today, Wirex will introduce the most advanced crypto-friendly personal finance platform in operation worldwide. Features will be released a step at a time over several weeks and months — with a stunning road-map for the future. Regular Wirex app-users who provide feedback on the new services will be… View Article
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There are many other lists and indexes where you can add your shop. I find the two mentioned ones to work best so far. If you have one that you think is really good and complete, contact me. I will be happy to add other links here.