Buying and Selling Local Bitcoin?

Buying and Selling Local Bitcoin?


Most of you know that I am a big supporter of Bitcoin.

I just love being able to buy and sell without a middle man, and outside the banksters of the world. 

Thomas Jefferson once said,

“If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered…”

That is exactly what has happened…

I am actively looking to grow Bitcoin because there are still not many people that know about it or have tried it out.  What many took for a gimmick back in 2009, when Bitcoin first appeared (including myself), is still around now and continuing to grow in popularity.

Someone, who was ignorant of what Bitcoin is, told me that they would stick with Paypal because they would have to jump through hoops to use something like a Bitcoin wallet.

“Jump through hoops?”, I said!  This person obviously doesn’t know Paypal too well.  They also didn’t know that a Bitcoin wallet through Binance has the same bank transfer and credit card payment options that Paypal has, minus the fees.  This person then went on to say, “Well, they probably charge you an arm and a leg for their credit card”.  Wrong again…its free, since you can using your own credit card that you already have.

Is it completely fee-less? NO – you will pay a low fee to convert Bitcoin into the currency of your choice. Here in the US, it is 1%, which is still a lot lower than what you’d normally pay through Paypal, etc…

So what I’d like to introduce to you is a way for you to buy and sell Bitcoin, even if you are not in the US.  You can research your local market by CLICKING HERE.

See if they have Bitcoin in your local currency, and then buy some.  You can store it, buy, trade it, sell it to other people locally just by doing a simple search – all without a middle man and their high fees, and no corporate red tape or political risks.

On, you are dealing with humans. Unlike centralized, stock exchange-like, bitcoin trading sites, you make a trade directly with another person. 

From their website:

“…..people from different countries can exchange their local currency to bitcoins. The site allows users to post advertisements where they state exchange rate and payment methods for buying or selling bitcoins. You reply to these advertisements and agree to meet the person to buy bitcoins with cash, or trade directly with online banking. Bitcoins are placed in a web wallet from where you can pay your bitcoin purchases directly.”


Mike J Anthony

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