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Offline sony mavica

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bitcoin to paypay
« on: December 18, 2017, 09:20:02 am »
is there any sites out there to convert bitcoin to paypal money

or how can i quickly sell it when i do a google btc to usd says its $38  i don't even care if i get $10usd for it i just have no use for it

what can i do
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Offline Halcyon

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Re: bitcoin to paypay
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2017, 09:22:11 am »
Most brokers will allow you to cash it out directly into your bank account. For example, I trade with BTC Markets in Australia which allows me to transfer directly to/from my Australian bank account.
 

Offline sleemanj

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Re: bitcoin to paypay
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2017, 09:53:09 am »
Post to reddit /r/NZBitcoin somebody will probably pay you NZ$ for what you have

Currently 1 Bitcoin is "worth" 27 Thousand NZ Dollars
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Offline mariush

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Re: bitcoin to paypay
« Reply #3 on: December 18, 2017, 02:12:50 pm »
Hold on to that money

Currently, transaction fees for Bitcoin are very high. You may pay up to 10-20$ (worth of bitcoin) in transfer fees just to get your transaction going through the network.

Unless you have at least a few hundred dollars worth of bitcoin, it's probably not worth trying to cash it out.

If you want to make some "quick" money, I'd suggest mining for Ethereum or Ethereum Classic using your video card (if you have a relatively modern video card), pool websites like etheremine.org will transfer the coins to your wallet once you produce at least 0.1 ETH or 0.5 ETC  and then you can exchange those to cash at  various websites with minimal fees (< 0.3$ transaction fee will for Ethereum most of the day)

You have instructions on how to mine directly on the website, check https://ethermine.org/  - create a wallet first and then use that wallet address in the miner software and on the website (to check your progress)


 
 
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