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Hello,

im searching recommendable bitcoin wallet supplier. Should have low fees and as anonymous as possible.

Im also searching a easy way to buy bitcoins, without ID and best with PayPal or CreditCard. The fees should be fair.

Post with pleasure your recommendations Smile Thanks in advance!
(05-21-2019, 02:06 PM)Sh1tHappens Wrote: [ -> ]Hello,

im searching recommendable bitcoin wallet supplier. Should have low fees and as anonymous as possible.

Im also searching a easy way to buy bitcoins, without ID and best with PayPal or CreditCard. The fees should be fair.

Post with pleasure your recommendations Smile  Thanks in advance!

here is one.
https://paxful.com/
Where are you located? Over the years I've come across some good choices for Canadians.

Nowadays I personally use Coinbase and just have my debit card linked. There are or course other ones, but it's been the most convenient for me.
(05-21-2019, 02:39 PM)Strait McCool Wrote: [ -> ]Where are you located?  Over the years I've come across some good choices for Canadians.  

Nowadays I personally use Coinbase and just have my debit card linked.  There are or course other ones, but it's been the most convenient for me.

Im located in Germany, but thank you anyway Smile
There's no way to get both low fees and anonymous. Trading secondlife skins for bitcoins (it could be via paxful, i forget the name of the service) is the most anonymous but involves like 20% fees. Services that utterly dox you like coinbase have very low fees.
You can look for a bitcoin ATM on Google Maps and see if there's one in your area that won't require ID but they'll probably be equipped with a camera and their fees are guaranteed to be above 10%.

You can get bitcoins cheaply or anonymously but not both.

I tried to convince Oni to set up a bitcoin trading escrow service right here on Sinisterly but he hasn't gotten back to me.
I'd recommend getting a wallet independent from an exchange and then purchasing bitcoin via sellers on Localbitcoins, that don't require an ID or any of the associated KYC documents. An alternative would be purchasing bitcoin in cash, although always meet in a public place. Also, be careful of any scams, e.g. whilst counting your notes they might swap some for replicas and ultimately the transaction fails. Even though you may think you're walking away with your own notes, you could be walking away with replicas. Better be safe than sorry.
(05-25-2019, 09:37 PM)WoopWoop Wrote: [ -> ]I'd recommend getting a wallet independent from an exchange and then purchasing bitcoin via sellers on Localbitcoins, that don't require an ID or any of the associated KYC documents.

Most sellers on localbitcoins will require you to email them a scan of your photo ID before they'll agree to a meetup, they'll also sell the coins for twice than what they're worth.
I don't know Bit very well.
Let's take a look and learn about it.
(05-21-2019, 02:06 PM)Sh1tHappens Wrote: [ -> ]Hello,

im searching recommendable bitcoin wallet supplier. Should have low fees and as anonymous as possible.

Im also searching a easy way to buy bitcoins, without ID and best with PayPal or CreditCard. The fees should be fair.

Post with pleasure your recommendations Smile  Thanks in advance!

I can sell you bitcoin with a 5% fee (minimum 25$ transactions)
(06-14-2019, 05:17 PM)UplayAlts Wrote: [ -> ]
(05-21-2019, 02:06 PM)Sh1tHappens Wrote: [ -> ]Hello,

im searching recommendable bitcoin wallet supplier. Should have low fees and as anonymous as possible.

Im also searching a easy way to buy bitcoins, without ID and best with PayPal or CreditCard. The fees should be fair.

Post with pleasure your recommendations Smile  Thanks in advance!

I can sell you bitcoin with a 5% fee (minimum 25$ transactions)
Thanks for your offer, i will think about it.
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