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/btc was created to foster and support free and open Bitcoin discussion about cryptocurrency, Bitcoin news, and exclusive AMA (Ask Me Anything) interviews from top Bitcoin and cryptocurrency leaders. Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet. A distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without the need for any central authority whatsoever. Learn more about Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, cryptocurrency, and more.
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Bitcoin Cash (BCH) brings sound money to the world. Merchants and users are empowered with low fees and reliable confirmations. The future shines brightly with unrestricted growth, global adoption, permissionless innovation, and decentralized development. All Bitcoin holders as of block 478558 are now owners of Bitcoin Cash. All Bitcoiners are welcome to join the Bitcoin Cash community as we move forward in creating sound money accessible to the whole world.
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Hello are you interested in earning more money for your self that's If you have a blockchain wallet, Coin pH wallet, Local Bitcoin wallet, Luno wallet or Coinbase wallet, Neteller Or SKRILL You can make $5,000 BTC with your phone or PC.

Hello are you interested in earning more money for your self that's If you have a blockchain wallet, Coin pH wallet, Local Bitcoin wallet, Luno wallet or Coinbase wallet, Neteller Or SKRILL You can make $5,000 BTC with your phone or PC. submitted by paulsfx to u/paulsfx [link] [comments]

Can I send Bitcoins straight from Binance to my local Bitcoin wallet(the core Bitcoin software)?

Are they compatibile? some people say it's, some say otherwise. I'm not sure the correct answer. If they are, are there any extra fees? if they aren't, how can I workaround that?

edit: By using BEP2 network I mean. I missed that in the title.
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I can't delete my account and earn my remain BTC from local-bitcoins wallet

I can't delete my account and earn my remain BTC from local-bitcoins wallet
Hi. i have some BTC in my wallet (localbitcoins site) and wanna delete my account from localbitcoins.com. but when i click delete my account, it doesn't work. i attach a pic for you.
Where i can open a ticket and ask you to delete my account? I need my BTC but i can't send that to my wallet! Help me please
https://preview.redd.it/vn482t0dlxd41.jpg?width=578&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=602863c9bc451cc4807874c651e4d2d7b2e43b4a
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Trying to transfer BTC from my Local Bitcoin wallet to ELectrum, Invalid receiving address, need help

I just bought some BTC on localbitcoins and am trying to transfer it to my electrum waller but it says invalid address, I have one segwit wallet and one legacy and neither address works. What should I do?
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Local bitcoin wallets.

I'm looking for a good local bitcoin wallet to transfer some bitcoin to after I buy it. I downloaded Etherum wallet, but I can't seem to get it to run on either my desktop or my tablet. It always gives me some error message. Any suggestions?
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My local bitcoin wallet says i have the correct amount, but i am unable to transfer to another wallet

I have received confirmation that my bitcoins are in my LBW but once i try to transfer them i am left waiting. its been more then a day and a half. and when i check the blockchain for my purchase my address comes up as having 0 transactions and 0 balance. anyone familiar with this problem.
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I have some question regarding a Local Bitcoin Wallet

Hello everyone,
I was thinking about setting up a offline wallet, but I was thinking which one should I choose, from some links ( this one for example ) they always end up saying that Electrum or Bitcoin Armory should be the one to choose.
Anyone have some advice on this? Also, i was thinking about setting up a Virtual Machine (linux) for bitcoin operations, or is it a little bit paranoid?
EDIT: I'm inclined to use Bitcoin Core by the way. Thanks in advance!
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Local bitcoin wallets. /r/Bitcoin

Local bitcoin wallets. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I have some question regarding a Local Bitcoin Wallet /r/Bitcoin

I have some question regarding a Local Bitcoin Wallet /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

[Help Please] Transferred Bitcoin to Local Bitcoin wallet from Mycelium but didn't recieve? /r/Bitcoin

[Help Please] Transferred Bitcoin to Local Bitcoin wallet from Mycelium but didn't recieve? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

What are good alternatives to a local Bitcoin wallet?

I have Bitcoin-Qt installed and while it does the job I was wondering if there are any good (trustworthy and reliable) online wallets that you guys use.
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Local bitcoin wallet poker Android app

I want this.
Let me explain. Let's say I have a poker home party tournament. Everyone sends me the starter fee. When some goes out, sign a multi signature transaction. To win the tournament n-1 has to sign. Then the founds are released.
This would encourage holding and getting bitcoin. While making it legal to arrange poker tournaments in countries like Norway, where it is illegal.
Edit: Moar info
Picture this scenario. You want to arrange a poker party. You download an app for your phone. All the participants in the poker game sends the starting fee to the address displayed in the app. Their sending address will be the address they receive any price coins. As the arranger of the poker game you act as a escrow.
When first person is out, he sends ok to release the founds, if he does not, the escrow take cares of that.
When the tournament is over and there is one winner. The founds are released because all the other players has sign the transaction.
Incentives for making this app, could be:
1) You can sell it on Play Store 2) Some amount of each game could be sent to the developer 3) Donations ofc
What I think is good with this idea is that it gives incentives to people to get bitcoins, no instant cashouts of bitcoins for dollars, like coinbase or bitpay and it's ofc fast.
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Would it be possible to implement 2FA (e.g., Authy) on a local Bitcoin wallet?

When a person tries to spend money from a wallet, it should ask for the 2FA code which that person has to retrieve from a secondary device.
The 2FA generation code thing should be encrypted with the wallet.dat, perhaps with an additional password (doubley encrypted?), so if someone obtains your wallet.dat and password, they still can't spend your funds.
I've seen diagrams with multisig requiring a second computer or phone to allow a payment, but wouldn't this be simpler to implement and execute?
Perhaps through modifying the bitcoin-qt source.
This would make the wallet more secure without needing cold storage or a paper wallet, no?
If I understand 2FA correctly, neither device would even have to be online to create the transaction, they would just need to have clocks set to the approximately same time.
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Wallet won't allow withdrawals below a threshold

Recently I purchased about $10 worth of Bitcoin, or about 0.001 BTC, just for fun. I used one of the more popular local Bitcoin wallets/brokers. It turns out that the wallet sucks though (slow, buggy, crashes). Unbeknownst to me at the time, however, is that the wallet will not allow me to withdraw anything below 0.003 BTC (not sure about payments... These wallets are quite confusing and don't make clear if there's a distinction between transfewithdrawal/payment).
Is this normal for mobile wallets? Should I purchase the additional Bitcoin in order to move my Bitcoin to a different wallet? Is the threshold likely to adjust itself to the price of Bitcoin, such that if I just leave it in there and it triples in value I'll be able to take it out?
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Help with transaction

I bought a few Bitcoins from localbitcoins.com and sent it to my electrum wallet. Its showing deducted from local Bitcoins wallet but hasn't reached electrum wallet yet. It's been an hour I'm worried, what can I do?
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Localbitcoins Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652 -----//(*&^


Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652
LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.

So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.

Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.

Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).

When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.

Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:

Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera

This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.

LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.

You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.

When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.

In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.

Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”

If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.

LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.

Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.

Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.

If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.

If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.

If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.

Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652 -Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments.


Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652
LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.

So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.

Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.

Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).

When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.

Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:

Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera

This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.

LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.

You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.

When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.

In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.

Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”

If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.

LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.

Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.

Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.

If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.

If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.

If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.

Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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Localbitcoins Customer Service Phone Number=+1(855) 266-9652


Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652
LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.

So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.

Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.

Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).

When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.

Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:

Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera

This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.

LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.

You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.

When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.

In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.

Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”

If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.

LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.

Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.

Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.

If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.

If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.

If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.

Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652


Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652
LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.

So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.

Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.

Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).

When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.

Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:

Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera

This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.

LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.

You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.

When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.

In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.

Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”

If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.

LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.

Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.

Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.

If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.

If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.

If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.

Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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Local Bitcoins: Invalid Bitcoin address

I am trying to transfer my bit coins from my Local Bitcoins wallet to my Electrum wallet but it keeps saying " Invalid Bitcoin address". Any suggestions? Do I need to use different bit coin wallet software?
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Localbitcoins Customer Customer Support Number=--------+1(855) 266-9652 ------^&*


Localbitcoins (P2P Exchange) Support Number=+1(855) 266-9652
LocalBitcoins doesn’t adhere to KYC protocols. That understandable since you’re not buying or selling bitcoins from the service. It’s just the middleman who matches you with trading partners, and provides an escrow account for transactions.

So, do you need a government-issued ID to trade on LocalBitcoins? It depends. A lot of sellers will require real-name verification before they’ll agree to sell to you online. The most common method of verification is a government-issued ID. Some sellers will accept a utility bill that has your name on it.

Why do sellers require this? To protect themselves from fraudulent payments. To be clear, you can refuse to verify your name. But you’ll severely limit the number of people who’ll be willing to sell to you online through LocalBitcoins.

Once you’ve created an account, look for advertisements posted by BTC sellers. There are thousands to choose from. You can filter ads according to which sellers accept U.S. dollars and which are located in the U.S. You can also filter ads by the type of payment accepted (cash by mail, Paypal, Moneygram, etc.).

When you find a promising seller, click the “Buy” button to the right of the ad’s Price/BTC. You’ll be taken to the seller’s ad, where you can view the details. You’ll see the seller’s location, feedback score, and the minimum and maximum trading limits. You’ll also see the terms of the trade.

Here’s an example of a current ad posted by a bitcoin seller:

Meeting preferences: McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera

This advertisement is for a cash trade for bitcoin. We will meet at a McDonalds, Starbucks, or Panera (or another public area that we agree upon) to do the deal. Can meet most days, simply text me and we can set up a meeting.

LocalBitcoins uses a number of features to keep your money and your data safe. First up, it’s reputation feature. Every buyer and seller has a reputation score. This score results from the feedback left by others after each completed transaction. Use this feature to find traders who have a stellar track record. They’re unlikely to abscond with your money.

You can also enable two-factor authentication for your account. This is a system whereby you’re required to provide two things to prove your identity before you’re allowed to access your account. An example is an alphanumeric code that must be typed in using your phone. Two-factor authentication is a useful security measure.

When you buy and sell on LocalBitcoins, the bitcoins are placed into an escrow account. This is another layer of protection against scams and charlatans. As noted earlier, the bitcoins are locked down until the seller verifies that he or she has received payment from the buyer.

In the event you experience a problem with a trade, LocalBitcoins will help you to resolve it (see Customer Support Options below). Also, many questions can be answered by posing them to other customers on the LocalBitcoins forums.

Other forms of payment besides cash will not be accepted. Bitcoins will be transmitted instantly.”

If the terms are to your liking, type in the amount you’d like to purchase, and click the “Send Trade Request” button.

LocalBitcoins will transfer bitcoins from the seller’s wallet to an escrow account when a trade occurs. After you’ve paid for the bitcoins, click the “I have paid” button. As soon as the seller verifies receipt of your payment, LocalBitcoins will release your bitcoins from the escrow account and place them into your wallet.

Buying and selling BTC is free. However, users who place advertisements on LocalBitcoins are required to pay a 1% fee on each trade. So if you’re buying, you can avoid this fee by responding to sellers’ ads.

Transactions are instant, though it can take up to an hour to get everything squared away. That’s a conservative estimate. Transactions are often completed in minutes.

If you’re moving bitcoins between your LocalBitcoins wallet and another wallet, you’ll be charged a small transaction fee. The amount of the fee is continually adjusted to reflect network congestion.

If you want to buy bitcoins, all you have to do is look through sellers’ ads and find those that cater to your preferences. Want to meet the seller at your local McDonalds? No problem. Want to buy online using your Paypal account? Again, no problem.

If you want to sell bitcoins, all you have to do is create an ad with your terms. Buyers will find you. Just remember that, as the advertiser, you’ll be on the hook for the 1% trading fee. Alternatively, you can look through buyers’ ads to find someone to sell to.

Everything about the service is intuitive, and nothing is left to chance. LocalBitcoins also provides a helpful FAQ section that contains simple instructions, links to easy-to-follow guides, and even video tutorials. Things are laid out so well that you probably won’t need to use these resources. But they’re there if you need them.
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LocalBitcoins was founded in 2012 in Finland by Nikolaus Kangas and has since grown to become one of the leading marketplaces for Bitcoin in the world without any outside investment. LocalBitcoins offers a platform for sellers and buyers from around the world to meet and trade Bitcoins. It’s like the Craigslist for buying and selling Bitcoin.
Secure trading LocalBitcoins allows for secure trading through the use of several measures: Reputation system – Each trader has a reputation rank and also public history records showing their past activities. Escrow – When you request a trade, the traded Bitcoins are held on LocalBitcoins’ escrow service.
The Bitcoins are released only after the seller confirms the trade is completed. 2FA (optional) – Whenever you log into your account you will be required to enter an additional PIN code sent to your mobile phone. This prevents people from hacking into your account. This option is not enabled by default.
A quick step-by-step guide on how to buy bitcoins with cash on LocalBitcoins:
  1. Find a seller in your area who accepts cash.
  2. Select amount of coins and place an order.
  3. Receive account number from the seller.
  4. Deposit cash into the seller's account.
  5. Upload your receipt to prove you made the deposit/trade.
  6. Receive bitcoins!
Local Bitcoins is a different sort of exchange that allows anyone anywhere to trade. It therefore has the largest amount of markets - although some without much liquidity - for example in Venezuela and other emerging markets. LocalBitcoins works like an open outcry with people in the same location as you - if you want to trade you can place a buy or a sell for a price and wait to be contacted by someone who wants to execute that trade. After agreeing the trade funds are released and held in escrow and depending on the specifics of the local banking system and times for transactions to get confirmed, the trade will eventually be completed.
There can be complications which mostly come in the form of couterparty risk - where someone refuses to go ahead with the trade as the price in the market has moved in their favour - so they gain by keeping the bitcoins or USD if they have gone up. Localbitcoins has a dispute resolution system in place to handle these sorts of issues - but on the flipside there is a reputation based system - so you can gauge whether your trading party is reliable or not.
Trading fees vary and depend on whether you have placed an advert to sell - whereby LocalBitcoins takes a 1% fee.
In all a good means to exchange Bitcoin but it doesn't have the razor edge price discovery, and execution time of more traditional order driven exchanges.
Login guard – LocalBitcoins is also able to verify you are always logging in from the same browser. If a login from a different browser occurs, an email verification will be required. Support and conflict resolution – LocalBitcoins has a support team ready to answer user questions and also resolve conflicts between buyers and sellers in case it happens.
LocalBitcoins Fees Registering, buying and selling Bitcoins on LocalBitcoins is completely free. LocalBitcoins users who create advertisements are charged a 1% fee for every completed trade.
So basically, only the people who are actively promoting their services (i.e. makers) are being taxed. Transactions to wallets of other LocalBitcoins users are also free of charge. Each time you send Bitcoins outside of LocalBitcoins, you will only be charged the standard Bitcoin Network fee, which varies depending on how crowded the network is. It’s highly recommended not to leave your Bitcoins lying around in LocalBitcoins’ wallet and to move it to your own secure Bitcoin wallet.
LocalBitcoins Support Phone Number that stays active 24×7 on-line.
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