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NEW: 200K BTC with R&E @ -8% gross, -5% net, B2B, F2F @ HSBC, HK- Look For Buyer

(Seller: SK HL)

Post: 28.9.2020​

  • New Seller has  200K BTC with R&E at:

  • 1. 5K-34K BTC : -4 % / -2 % (first tranche min. 5k BTC)

  • 2. 35K-49K BTC : -6 % / -3 % (first tranche min. 35k BTC to receive -3 % net)

  • 3. 50K-200K BTC : -8 % / -5 % (first tranche 50k BTC to receive -5 % net)

  • Sellerside = 1%-1.5%

  • Buyerside = 1%-1.5%

  • Minimum 5,000 BTC first tranche, with up to 50,000 BTC until contract exhausted buyer to state qty.

  • Payment shall be made by bank transfer via SWIFT MT103 Cash Wire Transfer or Telegraphic Transfer (TT) to the seller´s nominated bank account. Payment shall be made within twenty-four (24) hours after receiving the invoice.

  • SELLER'S PROCEDURES:

  • 1. Seller sends a draft SPA. Within 24 hours, buyer will fill out with buyer´s required details, SIGN and return the SPA to the seller. Within 24 hours, seller will fill out all required details, SIGN and send back the SIGNED SPA on a PDF format.

  • 2. A video call is made between buyer and seller. Proof of funds (POF) andproof of coins(POC) will be exchanged during the video identity verification by the buyer and the seller as follows:

  • A. Identity: Original Passport must be presented on video by both parties. Seller will ask for additional IDif necessary.

  • B. Wallet: Buyer´s receiving wallet will be submitted privately to the seller.

  • C. (POF): Buyer has to login to his/her bank account to show the proof of funds (POF).

  • D. (POC): Seller will play the recorded proof of coins video (POC) with personalized code given by the buyer.(No Satoshi or A-B wallet test available).

  • 3. Buyer´s Bank Officer will initiate an MT199 communication to seller´s bank, informing the bank of the upcoming transfer with stated exact date of the transaction. 

  • 4. Buyer meets with seller´s representative in Hong Kong at buyer´s bank. Upon arrival of the seller´srepresentative at the buyer´s location, they will set the transaction and get started according to what steps 5,6,7,8 in place.

  • 5. Seller issues the invoice and buyer pays the agreed amount of BTC using MT103 Cash Wire Transfer, or Telegraphic Transfer {TT}. Then provide the official bank slip to the seller.

  • 6. Upon the confirmation of the seller´s designated bank of the confirmed clear receipt of payment to the seller, the seller will release the agreed amount of the BTC to the buyer´s wallet, and then the seller will send the screenshot to the buyer as proof showing that the BTC has been sent.

  • 7. Seller´srepresentative and the buyerhave to wait on an agreed place to standby until the six {6} confirmation has been achieved and the Bitcoin {BTC} is finally sitting in buyer´s receiving wallet. buyer will make it known to the seller by providing the screenshot of the confirmed complete transfer.

  • 8. Seller pays commission to all involved parties according to the annexed IMFPAIN-529-BTC-2020, and move to the next tranche until contract is exhausted.

  • 9. For security reasons the seller´s representative hasn´t wallet control. Seller´srepresentative travels empty handed for his own life security. The seller only will send the coins remotely.

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NEW: 120K BTC @ -6% gross, -4% net, B2B, HSBC, Barclays, Sharjah, HK, US - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  RC CB)

Post: 24.9.2019

  • I am direct to Seller Mandate in Barcelona, Spain

  • Seller has 120K BTC at -6% gross, -4% net, -2% commission

  • Deal min 1000 BTC

  • Deal max 61000 BTC

  • Bank HSBC, Barclays, Sharjah in Europe, Hong Kong, US

  • Bank2bank - MT799 Block Funds or MT760 BG / SBLC

  • KYC, Bank statement as initial engagement check

  • This offer employs a post-payment procedure, provided that the Buyer is reliable and has passed the appropriate KYC check.

  • The process is based on SWIFT MT799 Block Funds or MT760 BG / SBLC issued by buyer’s bank (Top100 bank).

  • The offer is unique by its safe and secure purchase procedure, improved speed of the onboarding procedure and decent discount for end Buyer as well as for their agents.

  • Buyer pays for the BTC only upon receipt of the entire amount of coins​​​​

  • PROCEDURES:

  • Bank2bank - MT799 Block Funds or MT760 BG / SBLC

  • KYC, Bank statement as initial engagement check

  • 1. BUYER advises the contract amount for which the Block Funds will be issued.
    2. SELLER prepares the agreement and provides the CIS document list to BUYER.
    3. BUYER studies the agreement and sends over the KYC/AML document package.
    4. Within 1-2 business days SELLER completes the KYC/AML documents for compliance check and sends it back to BUYER for signing.
    5. BUYER signs KYC/AML documents for the compliance, puts the company stamp.
    6. After successful compliance check (can take up to 1 week), SELLER sends to BUYER the contract for signing.
    7. BUYER issues MT799 Block Funds (or MT760 Bank Guarantee / SBLC, whichever agreed with the SELLER at the previous step) for the whole contract amount.
    8. After the block of funds is issued, SELLER transfers the first tranche of BTC.
    9. BUYER transfers the funds for the received BTC to SELLER’s bank account.

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NEW: 500K BTC @ -5% gross, -2% net, B2B, F2F, HSBC, London, HK - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  AS KS)

Post: 22.7.2019

he EASIEST PROCEDURE, is if the Buyer gives us their Hong Kong Attorneys business card, the  Our Sellers attorney and the Buyers attorney can discuss what is comfortable, and none of the upfront paperwork is necessary.

 

Below is a simplified version the Sellers procedures for the Trezor of 500 K BTC coins. The Trezor is located in Hong Kong, and is available to your interested Buyer. The discount on this transaction is 5%/2% discount, and is non negotiable. We can, and will transact with any HSBC bank, but however HSBC London, and 

or HSBC Hong Kong are the preferred locations. Client must have funds at HSBC. Below are the our standard procedures that must be followed. 

  • PROCEDURES FOR TREZOR 500K BTC :

  • 1. We will need the Buyer to submit KYC, CIS, LOI, Copy of Passports, Proof of funds to the Director of Compliance, and so your documents should read Attention Director of compliance.

  • 2. After all documents have been viewed, and funds verified then the Seller will send a contract via email to the client/ Buyer server.

  • 3. This email must be opened within 24 hours, and the agreement must be submitted within this time frame. Should this happen not happen, the transaction shall, and will be canceled. We do this for security reasons, and also to ensure that the Buyer is protected as well.

  • 4. After the agreement is signed, and returned Seller will allow a Satoshi test of the wallet to show proof of the BTC Coins.

  • 5. After the Buyer, and Seller have agreed upon a location at either HSBC Hong Kong, HSBC London, and or an alternative HSBC location then the 

  • Trezor will  be delivered via either bonded secure courier, and or person(s) to the agreed location at HSBC bank.

  • 6. After all parties meet at the agreed HSBC location the Seller will allow a forensic inspection of device, and BTC coins. 

  • 7. Buyer upon verification, forensic inspection, and confirmation of BTC coins will release funds internally at HSBC agreed location via ledger to ledger. Seller in turn shall deliver the Trezor of 500 K BTC coins to Buyer once payment via ledger is confirmed.

Note: The Buyer, Seller and Mandates are to be verified by authorised representatives who are responsible for money transmitter or transfer of funds operated by Escrow company, banks or financial institutions during the closing deal process.

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NEW: 200K BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, B2B, F2F, HSBC, London - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  AS KS)

Post: 21.7.2019

  • 200k BTC at -4% gross, -2% net, -2% brokers. Looking for buyer

  • Bank2Bank, F2F, HSBC, London,

  • IDEAL PROCEDURE:

  • Buyer LOI

  • Seller provides SPA with KYC and public wallet address in SPA for forensic

  • Buyer counter fills/signs -Buyer issues POF (mt199 ideally

  • Seller is happy to pay for that swift when transacting). If hsbc buyer account, then internal b2b pof -POC Satoshi will be issued once the MT799 Blocked Funds Instrument is Confirmed to Seller’s Bank Officer by Buyer’s Bank Officer.

  • Buyer issues mt103/72 or 799 or 760 based on whats agreed upon.

  • Seller sends coins

  • Buyer releases funds

  • There is possible a zoom call showing poc and pof before signing the SPA.

Note: The Buyer, Seller and Mandates are to be verified by authorised representatives who are responsible for money transmitter or transfer of funds operated by Escrow company, banks or financial institutions during the closing deal process.

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NEW: 100K BTC @ -7% gross, -4% net, F2F, HSBC, HK - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  AK KT)

Post: 15.7.2019

  • New HK Seller has 100K BTC at -7% gross, -4% net

  • 1% to seller mandate
    1% to buyer mandate
    0.5% to buyer intermediaries
    0.5% to seller intermediaries

  •  Face to face HK 
    - POF must be provided first
    - Once POF is validated seller team flies to HK
    - Deal in HSBC
    - Cashier Check will be issued by buyer and validated by seller.
    - Once cashier check is validated. Seller will release BTC
    - Cashier check will be released to buyer upon confirmation of BTC receipt
    - Must be done in HSBC bank with bank officers.

  • Available now

Note: This deal to be verified by Mandates or Buyer/Seller or Escrow, banks or their legal representatives who are responsible for money transmitter or transfer of funds operated by escrow, banks or financial institutions during the closing deal process

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NEW: 200K BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, Bank2Bank, F2F, HSBC, London, UK - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  S S / L K)

Post: 24.6.2019

  • I have a private Bitcoin seller in the UK willing to meet in London face to face.

  • He has up 200,000 bitcoins to sell.

  • Bank to bank HSBC - straight wire payment.

  • Gross is 4%, Discount is -2% net discount.

  • All is required is the buyer's KYC before the buyer will travel to London. The buyer will give his KYC too.

  • The Seller's wallet address with more than 10,000 bitcoins can be provided as POC before engagement.

  • This can be done in daily tranches of nothing less than 1000 bitcoins daily.

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NEW: 300K BTC @ -6% gross, -3% net, B2B, HSBC, London - Look For Buyer

(SELLER: F A)

Post: 2.6.2019

  • I'm direct to seller rep who is direct to Mandate

  • 300k btc, -6% gross, -3% net, 3% brokers ( 1.5% buyerside, 1.5% sellerside)

  • Seller side closed

  • Buyer side open

  • Seller is in London

  • If buyer have account with HSBC London or any HSBC branch in the world, they can transact ledger to ledger for more safety

  • However if buyer can have an account with HSBC anywhere in the world, it will enable transaction move smoothly and fast, because HSBC bank officers of both clients will handle the transaction.

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NEW: 100K+ BTC @ -3.7% gross, -1.7% net, HSBC - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  ZA... RK)

Post: 25.5.2019

  • I have Seller on HSBC, if you have buyer let me know. 

  • Able to supply 100k+ BTC, -3.7% gross, -1.7% net

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NEW: 20K BTC @ -3% gross, -1% net, HSBC London - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  P E)

Post: 10.5.2019

The seller rep is going to London with a Brazilian seller , transacting with a -1% buyer. Large contract . For 20 btc , we can do spot price for you. Let me know. I will consider best offers. And will do satoshi test of the wallet that has your 20btc . Seller has HSBC UK account.

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NEW: 100K BTC @ -3% gross, -1% net, Escrow, HSBC London - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  M S)

Post: 9.5.2019

The seller facilitates bitcoin sale for a mining group. The BTC supply is reliable and steady. Advanced Proof of Funds is not required. Proof of Coins is offered in a form of 1 BTC test transfer from seller’s wallet at the meeting. Procedure is simple and safe, based on conditional SWIFT MT103/202, committed at a face-2-face meeting or remotely.

  • I am direct to Seller Mandate

  • Amount(min): 50000 BTC 

  • Amount(max): 100,000 BTC with R&E

  • Discounts : -3% gross, -1% net, HSBC London

  • KYC: Passport copy

  • LOI : n/a

  • POF type : n/a

  • POC type : Wallet address provision, 1 BTC test transaction / Satoshi test

  • Agreements type: Purchase Sale Agreement

  • Face-2-face meeting: London, other European cities possible

The procedure is simple and secure, based on the conditional MT103/202 which is issued by Buyer, but not released to the Seller until the coins reach the Buyer. The whole transaction is committed face-2-face in Seller’s Bank in London or other bank in a Europe mutually agreed by the parties. There are no requirements for blocking funds or providing POF in advance. Proof of control of the wallet is provided at the meeting by sending a test 1 BTC transaction.

  •  PROCEDURE: face2face, conditional MT103/202

  • 1. BUYER provides CIS and passport copy.

  • 2. Parties sign the contract. SELLER’S wallet address is being inserted into the contract. Parties may set up a direct mandate-2-mandate call at this stage.

  • 3. SELLER and his agent, BUYER and his agent will be present at Seller’s Bank London (or other agreed bank in Europe) at a mutually agreed date and time.

  • 4. The availability of funds is approved by the BUYER ́s Bank officer.

  • 5. BUYER gives a check in the name of the vendor's company for the amount of the first tranche, which serves as collateral for the payment of the first, second and third Bitcoins section, to a representative of the SELLER or in a safe deposit box of the bank where the transaction is made.

  • 6. SELLER approves the check.

  • 7. SELLER unlocks the wallet and sends 1 BTC from the SELLER ́s wallet named in this contract, which serves as proof of control of wallet of the transactional wallet.

  • 8. BUYER checks the 1 BTC coming out of the contracted wallet and gives instruction to his Bank officer to issue the conditional SWIFT payment.

  • 9. BUYER ́s Bank officer sends the conditional SWIFT MT 103/202 for the first tranche from the BUYER ́s account to the SELLER ́s bank account and gives a copy to the seller.

  • 10. SELLER confirms the reception of the Conditional SWIFT MT 103/202.

  • 11. SELLER and BUYER agree to the final fixing price as per blockchain.com with the discount according to the contract.

  • 12. SELLER sends the Bitcoins for the first Tranche to the BUYER’s wallet, corresponding to the face value amount of the conditional swift MT 103/202.

  • 13. After BUYER received the Bitcoins in his wallet verified with 6 confirmations in the Blockchain, the conditional hold will be lifted and SELLER will receive the funds on his account. And BUYER ́s Bank Officer will give the necessary codes to lift the conditional SWIFT MT 103/202 to SELLER ́s Bank Officer in order to remove the condition and allow the funds to be released to SELLER’s bank account.

  • 14. The check will remain in the hands of the representative of the SELLER or the safe deposit box of the bank where the transaction is executed, as the payment is completed through MT103 / 202.

  • 15. After the first transaction, the following tranches will be completed with the same payment procedure, according to steps 9-13.

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NEW: 120K BTC @ -0% gross, +1% net, TMF Escrow, HSBC - Look For Buyer

(SELLER: R C)

Post: 8.5.2019

  • I have a new seller on TMF, 120K BTC @ 0% gross, +1% net, HSBC bank

  • Seller is already onboarded TMF. They are ready to exchange codes

  • TMF handles POF, POC, KYC and transaction 

  • Buyer is onboard TMF or about to be  onboarded.

  • NCNDA and IMFPA are signed between intermediaries/mandates

  • Exchange TMF codes.

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NEW: 300,000 BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, HSBC, HK - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  K L)

Post: 5.5.2019


300,000 BTC seller Procedure

  • 1 Purchaser at the designated law firm's office on the seller's side
    Submit LOI, PF, and CIS information.

  • 2 Check the funds, and then the lawyer and the LOC,
    Prepare NCNDA & IMFPA.

  • 3 Check buyer's funds and send them at Satoshi

  • 4 Once the funds are confirmed by the seller, you can send Satoshi, notify the TTM schedule for the test transaction, and start the transaction.
    The place to make a transaction can be traded in a place agreed upon in consultation with the seller or buyer.

  • The transaction discount rate is 2% of DC on the buyer's side, and the fee is fixed and processed.

  • The deal must be fair, and the BTC buyer must cooperate with the seller's request,

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NEW: 10000 up to 300,000 BTC @ -3% gross, -1% net, F2F, Cold Wallet, HSBC, HK - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  M S)

Post: 27.4.2019

The seller is a private BTC holder. The transaction is executed during personal meeting of Seller and Buyer in a chosen safe place in Hong Kong. No documents required to start the process. Proof of funds and Proof of coins are done in person at the meeting. Coins are on a cold wallet which is moved to the Buyer at the meeting. Seller accepts bank2bank (HSBC to HSBC is preferred) or cash (big amounts as well).

  • I am direct to Seller Mandate

  • Amount (min), BTC: 1000 BTC 

  • Amount (max), BTC: 10000 BTC per deal, 300000 BTC total supply available

  • Rate: bitfinex.com

  • Gross : -3%

  • Net : -1%

  • PURCHASE PROCEDURE:

  • Bank: HSBC HK

  • Type:  Cold wallet transfer / Bank2bank (HSBC to HSBC is preferred) or Cash

  • KYC: No

  • LOI: No

  • POF type: Login in bank account at face2face meeting / Show the cash

  • POC type: Opening wallet at face2face meeting

  • Agreement type: Purchase Sale Agreement (optional)

  • Face-2-Face meeting: Hong Kong

The transaction is committed at face-2-face meeting in a safe place in Hong Kong. The place is selected by the Buyer and approved by Seller. On the meeting parties do POF and POC in person, then cold wallet with the coins is transferred to a flash drive and the flash drive to the Buyer laptop (better if Buyer has Bitcoin Core ready). When the transfer is done, funds in HKD are transferred HSBC to HSBC (or the cash is handed to the seller). No advanced submission of documents (KYC, LOI etc.) required to get started.

  • PROCEDURES:

  • 1. Buyer and Seller mandates arrange a call and discuss transaction terms and procedure. Parties agree on the date and place of the face-2-face meeting.

  • 2. Buyer downloads Bitcoin Core software to his laptop prior to the meeting.

  • 3. Parties meet in person. Seller shows the BTC in the cold storage, opens the wallet to show the coins and prove he has access to it.

  • 4. Buyer logs in into his bank account, shows the funds and proves control of them.

  • 5. If the transfer of funds is possible the same day, Seller will transfer the cold wallet to a flash drive.

  • 6. The wallet will be transferred from the flash drive to the Buyer's laptop (everything will be done with the help of Bitcoin Core wallet).

  • 7. When cold wallet transfer is done, Buyer transfer the funds bank2bank (HSBC to HSBC is preferred) or hands the cash to Seller.

  • 8. When the money transfer is done, both parties can leave.

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NEW: 150K BTC @ -1.5% gross, -0.5% net, B2B, HSBC Germany, Deutsche Bank Spain - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  M S)

Post: 27.4.2019

The seller facilitates bitcoin sale for mining pools and large-scale private miners. The BTC supply is reliable and steady; BTCs are stored on cold wallets. Advanced Proof of Funds is not required. Proof of Coins is offered in a form of Satoshi test or internal wallets transaction (depending on the current conditions). Procedure is simple and safe, based on conditional SWIFT MT103/72 or MT103/202.

  • My Seller rep is direct to Seller

  • Amount (min), BTC: 5000 BTC 

  • Amount (max), BTC: 150,000 BTC 

  • Rate: blockchain.com, other markets are possible

  • Gross : -1.5%

  • Net : -0.5%

  • Purchase procedure:

  • Bank: HSBC Germany, Deutsche Bank Spain, other

  • Type:  Bank to Bank

  • KYC: Yes

  • LOI: Yes

  • POF type: n/a

  • POC type: Satoshi test or Internal wallets transaction (depending on the Seller)

  • Agreement type: Purchase Sale Agreement

  • Face-2-Face meeting: n/a

The procedure is simple and secure, based on the conditional MT103/72 which is issued by Buyer, but not released to the Seller until the coins reach the Buyer. Alternatively under certain conditions MT103/202 is used instead, which has the same conditional mechanics. There are no requirements for blocking funds or providing POF in advance. Proof of Coins is provided right after signing of the contract. Depending on the Buyer’s bank and the current conditions, Seller may set up a trustee account in HSBC bank for Buyer’s convenience (subject to additional commission).

  •  PROCEDURES: bank2bank, MT103/72 or MT103/202

  • 1. Buyer provides CIS, KYC (passport copy, statutory documents) and LOI, accepting the terms and procedure offered. After that parties may set up a direct seller-2-buyer call.

  • 2. Parties sign the SPA and agree on the details of transaction structure, including which SWIFT to use – MT103/72 or MT103/202, and other.

  • 3. Seller performs Proof of Coins (either sends Satoshi to Buyer’s Wallet, or makes an internal transaction of certain amount predefined by Buyer between Seller’s two wallets – choice depends on the current conditions).

  • 4. Buyer will send screenshot for the MT103/72 (MT103/202) and get the acceptance from the Seller.

  • 5. Buyer sets up MT103/72 (MT103/202) for the first tranche 1000 BTC in USD. Next Transaction will be of larger amount and will come in daily tranches 4/5 times over the next week. Price for every payment will be set on the day of Payment with reference to blockchain.com. POC can be provided before each tranche in the size of that tranche.

  • 6. After Receiving the MT103/72 (MT103/202) message at Sellers bank, the Seller transfers coins to the Buyer for the amount stated in the SWIFT message, through blockchain at the rate of the day less discount as per the contract.

  • 7. After the Buyer receipt the BTC on his wallet and after the 6 confirmations of blockchain Buyer bank releases immediately the conditional funds MT103/72 (MT103/202) in the Seller’s bank account.

  • 8. The same procedures will repeat till the end of the contractual agreement.

  • 9. Deal Close.

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NEW: 100K BTC @ -3% gross, -1% net, TMF Escrow, HSBC - Look For Buyer

(SELLER: A E)

Post: 26.4.2019

  • New seller available for 100k @ -3% gross, -1% net.

  • TMF handles POF, POC, KYC and transaction 

  • Required buyer onboard TMF or be already onboarded, and have their TMF Agent confirm that buyer is real and onboarded once TMF codes are exchanged

  • Buyer and seller mandates to agree on how to exchange TMF codes. This can be done only after NCNDA and IMFPA are signed between intermediaries/mandates.

  • HSBC for banking

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NEW: 100K BTC @ -3% gross, -1% net, TMF Escrow, HSBC - Look For Buyer

(SELLER: A E)

Post: 24.4.2019

  • Seller rep is direct to Mandate

  • 100k @ -3% gross, -1% net, -2% brokers ( 1% buyer side, 1% seller side )

  • Via TMF, banking done via HSBC, up to 20k tranche size

  • TMF escrow handles POF and transaction 

  • Seller is fully onboarded at TMF and possesses required documentations

  • Looking for buyer onboard TMF with OB certificate from TMF

  • As a trusted 3rd party, TMF will handle everything: POF, POC, KYC. The only thing required to connect this deal is to have the buyer onboard TMF or be already onboarded, and have their TMF Agent confirm that buyer is real and onboarded once TMF codes are exchanged.

  • Buyer and seller mandates agree on how to exchange TMF codes. This can be done only after NCNDA and IMFPA are signed between intermediaries/mandates.

  • Prefer short chain on buyer side - 3 people max (including Buyer Mandate)

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NEW: 200K BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, HSBC, UK - Look For Buyer

(SELLER: E P)

Post: 14.4.2019

 

Seller has 200K BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, 2% Brokers, HSBC UK

LOOKING FOR BUYER MANDATE ONLY

1) Seller Mandate : Closed - 0.5%

 

2) Buyer Mandate : Available - 0.5%

3) Intermediaries A : Closed - 0.25%

4) Intermediaries B : Closed - 0.25% 

5) Intermediaries C : Closed - 0.25%

6) Intermediaries D : Closed - 0.25%

PROCEDURES:

  • 1 All Mandates and intermediaries sign NCNDA

  • 2 Authorised Mandates confirm the process by zoom       

  • 3 Buyer and seller sign Non Disclosure Deed NDD, which includes bi-lateral non performance clauses.       

  • 4 Seller sends PO template       

  • 5 IMFPA is confirmed and presented to buyer and seller for approval       

  • 6 Buyer submits the seller’s (PO) without editing       

  • 7 MOU is signed between the buyer and seller confirming framework, SWIFT verbiage and KYC details       

  • 8 SPA specifying wallet IDs, tranche schedule and time frame is signed by between all parties       

  • 9 Buyers bank send a pre-advice SWIFT message (MT998/760 or if need be MT799/760) to the seller’s bank       

  • 10 Seller sends Bitcoins to buyers wallet in accordance to the tranche schedule       

  • 11 Buyer wires funds by TT to sellers bank account after 8 blocks of confirmation.       

  • 12 Steps 10 & 11 are repeated until the trade is complete.

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NEW: 200K BTC @ -3% gross, -1% net, TMF Escrow, HSBC - Look For Buyer

(SELLER: A E)

Post: 12.4.2019

  • I have a new seller for 200k @ -3% gross, -1% net.

  • TMF handles POF and transaction 

  • HSBC for banking

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NEW: 400K BTC @ -8% gross, -4% net, Escrow, HSBC, London - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  M S)

Post: 21.3.2019

The Seller is a private investor. Purchase process involves an escrow agent and is based on Omni Protocol(seewww.omniwallet.org/about/omni) fortrust & simplicity. Seller transfers bitcoins into a transactional wallet as a first step that the Buyer can directly see and ultimately gets the control of it. During all the intermediate steps of the process this transactional wallet is controlled by the escrow agent.

  • I am direct to Seller Mandate

  • Amount(min): 3000 BTC 

  • Amount(max): 400,000 BTC

  • -8% gross, -4% net, HSBC London

  • KYC - Via escrow/law firm

  • LOI - yes

  • POF type - Escrow or bank statement

  • POC type - Uploading BTC to buyer’s Omni wallet

  • Agreements type: Purchase Sale Agreement

This proposal for purchase of bitcoins is based on Omni protocol and escrow services. Once agreement signed and POF confirmation from top-tier escrow law firm received, Seller transfers BTC tranches to Buyer’s new Omni wallet as agreed in the purchase contract. Buyer shall pay to Seller via escrow only after each transferred BTC tranche.

  •  Procedure:

  • 1. Buyer’s representative sends LOI.

  • 2. Buyer completes Bitcoin Purchase Agreement along with the IMFPA and sends them to the Seller along with a current unredacted Bank Account Statement as a POF that will be used to pay for the Bitcoins. If buyer already onboarded on escrow, POF could be confirmed via it.

  • 3. Seller will countersign the Bitcoin Purchase Agreement and will send a copy to the Buyer along with the escrow agreement. Buyer onboards with the Escrow Law Firm and goes through their AML/KYC checks. The Seller has already been onboarded with a top-tier Escrow Law Firm.

  • 4. Buyer signs the escrow agreement and returns the executed copy to the Seller.

  • 5. Seller and Seller’s escrow attorney sign the Escrow Agreement and will provide an executed copy to the Buyer.

  • 6. Buyer opens a new wallet with omniwallet.org and provides the login information to the Seller (such as the email address and password).

  • 7. Seller will transfer bitcoins of the corresponding tranche to the new Omni wallet.

  • 8. At the same time a private key will be issued by the Blockchain to the Seller in order to complete the transaction. The Seller will give this private key to the Escrow Law Firm

  • 9. Buyer will confirm the bitcoins in their Omni wallet and change the login and password for their own security purposes.

  • 10. The Buyer will then send the payment for the respective tranche to the Seller's Escrow Law Firm’s Bank account for safe keeping.

  • 11. Upon confirmation of the receipt of the payment for that tranche, Seller and/or the Escrow Law Firm will release the private key to the Buyer to complete the tranche of that transaction.

  • 12. Buyer can then move the BTC to a new wallet at their discretion.

  • 13. Once the BTC is transferred and confirmed, the escrow firm is prompted to release funds to the Seller immediately

BUYER MANDATE ONLY

Interested parties should contact:

 

 

NEW: 800K BTC @ -2% gross, -1% net, B2B, HSBC, Europe - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  M S)

Post: 16.3.2019

The seller is a large private equity fund, located in Germany. The fund is in the middle of liquidating its crypto division, thus a large amount of BTC is offered for sale. The procedure is based on MT760 SBLC protocol, which is safe both for buyer and seller and makes buyer’s bank act like an escrow agent in accordance with the contract terms.

  • I am direct to Seller Mandate

  • Amount(min): 100 BTC 

  • Amount(max): 100,000 BTC

  • -2% gross, -1% net, HSBC Bank London (priority account), Solaris Bank Germany

  • KYC - yes

  • LOI - no

  • POF type - MT799 informational message (optional)

  • POC type - 10 BTC test transaction showing BTC that equals to the amount of funds announced in the MT-799 message

  • Agreements type: Purchase Sale Agreement

  • Face-2-face meeting: n/a

MT760 SBLC is executed to block buyer’s funds for the whole amount of the deal. Seller starts sending tranches of BTC, each tranche is followed by release of the corresponding amount of blocked funds and transfer it to the seller. Thus MT760 SBLC de-facto is a safe purchase procedure.The procedure can optionally be started with a test transaction (10 BTC) in order to let the buyer see seller’s transaction wallet and perform all desired checks

  •  Procedure:

  • 1.BUYER submits CIS, signatory’s passport, statutory documents of the company to SELLER.

  • 2.BUYER and SELLER sign the Purchase-Sale Agreement.

  • 3.If only BUYER wishes to start with a test deal, the parties should go through the following steps “a” – “d”:a.BUYER’s bank issues SWIFT MT799 information message to SELLER’s bank stating that BUYER is ready to execute MT760 SBLC for the whole amount of the contractb.BUYER transfers to SELLER via SWIFT MT103 the amount of funds equal to 10 BTC at the current rate on bitfinex.comc.SELLER transfers to BUYER 10 BTC from the wallet which should contain the amount of BTC equal to the amount of funds announced in the MT799 message issued by BUYER at step “a”.d.BUYER performs any and all desired checks of SELLER’s coins

  • 4.BUYER executes MT760 SBLC for the whole amount of the contract.

  • 5.SELLER transfers the first tranche of BTC in accordance with the Agreement.

  • 6.The corresponding amount of blocked funds (under MT760 SBLC) is released and transferred to SELLER.7.Repeat steps 5 and 6 for the next BTC tranches until all BTC are transferred and paid in full.

BUYER MANDATE ONLY

Interested parties should contact:

 

NEW: 100K BTC @ -4% Gross, -2% Net, HSBC, JPM, London - Look For Buyer

(Seller: H...Y)

Post: 10.3.2019

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  • 100k BTC or 50k blocks @ -2% net -4% gross
    HSBC and JPMorgan chase, Coinbase, overseas buyers are welcome
    (London, UK)


  • PROCEDURE
    100k BTC can be bought in 50k blocks @-4 gross and -2net 
    1. NCNDA/IMFPA
    2. Buyer sends POF (Bank Officer attestation or Lawyer attestation)
    3. POC is done (signed message or LOA)
    4. Seller provides purchase agreement
    5. Coinbase Prime OTC account details of buyer is needed
    6. Transact with buyer sending funds first through Coinbase account, then seller send
    BTC. Coinbase fully insured up to $100M+ per day transactions.
    7. If buyer doesn't want to onboard with Coinbase, the buyer can also choose to send a
    normal wire transfer or SEPA payment directly to HSBC or JPMorgan chase account first, then BTC is
    sent. No blocked funds accepted.

  • BUYER MANDATE ONLY

Interested parties should contact:

 

NEW: 100K+ BTC @ -0% gross, -2% net, HSBC, HK- Look For Buyer

(Seller : S S)

Post: 30.12.2018

  • 100k+ BTC, ‐0% gross / ‐2% net (minimum contract 30k+ BTC, Bank‐to‐Bank, HSBC HK, USD or EUR)

  • Minimum : 30k BTC

  • Maximum : 100k BTC

  • Minimum Test Tranche: 2000 BTC

  • STEPS:

  • (1) Pre‐Qualificaon call with buyer or buyer mandate,

  • (2) NCNDA, IMFPA,

  • (3) POF ‐ MT199 or MT799 showing 30% of funds for enre order,

  • (4) POC ‐ Public key to wallet provided and satoshi sent to buyer,

  • (5) Buyer executes SPA/Agreement with Seller,

  • (6) MT103/72 issued for tranche,

  • (7) Seller sends coins by 1pm CET to buyer,

  • (8) Buyer sende funds for tranche

  • Required procedure:

  • Documents: NCNDA, IMFPA, AGREEMENT

  • Documents Buyer: KYC / AML / CIS required

  • Proof of Funds: MT799 or MT 199

  • Blocked Funds/Security: MT 103/72 for one tranche

  • Sataoshi Available: Yes

  • Face to Face: No

  • Escrow/Bank‐to‐Bank: Bank‐to‐Bank, Full process to be provided by Seller mandate

  • FULL PROCESS TO BE PROVIDED BY SELLER MANDATE

 

BUYER MANDATE ONLY

Interested parties should contact : 

 

 

NEW: 100K-200K BTC @ -3% gross, -1% net, HSBC HQ,  HK- Look For Buyer

(Seller 4)

Post: 22.12.2018

  • Procedure for 200K BTC trade

    Location: HSBC HQ(Central HK) VIP room
    Amount: 100~200K BTC
    Type: Legacy Coins

  • Procedure:

     Sign IMFPA/NCNDA, SPA

  • 1. The buyer issued a cashier's check or bank draft of HK$ 600,000 on the table. 
    At the same time the seller will provide to BUYER as collateral an Irrevocable Unconditional Bank’s Payment Guarantee (Bank Guarantee) to the Buyer equivalent to $5,000,000 HKD.  BUYER’s representative (and BUYER’s bank officer ideally) will confirm with Seller’s bank officer the validity and details of the Bank Guarantee
    3. After the buyer receives the confirmation of the IUBPG, the buyer should transfer HK$ 4.4 million to the seller’s company account and give the cashier's check or bank draft of HK$ 600,000 to the seller. After completing the above actions the work has been completed and both parties can leave. 
    Note: If the buyer does not transfer HK$ 4.4 million to the seller's company account after confirming that the IUBPG issued by the seller is correct, the buyer should pay the seller's cashier's check or bank draft of HK$ 600,000 as the fee.After the buyer receives the confirmation of the IUBPG, the buyer should transfer HK$ 4.4 million to the seller’s company account and give the cashier's check or bank draft of HK$ 600,000 to the seller. After completing the above actions the work has been completed and both parties can leave. 
    Note: If the buyer does not transfer HK$ 4.4 million to the seller's company account after confirming that the IUBPG issued by the seller is correct, the buyer should pay the seller's cashier's check or bank draft of HK$ 600,000 as the fee.
    4. At 11:00 am the next day, the seller opened the VIP ROOM and the seller will arrange for the designated person to pick up after remittance. and put the bitcoins which in the cold wallet on the chain (the first transaction worth 5 million HK$ in bitcoin). The BUYER can test the coins. After the first transaction, the buyer must return the IUBPG to the seller. The remaining BTCs will be traded with the means of transaction bank draft on table and coin first. At least 50,000 BTCs transactions must be required on the day and 50,000 BTCs must be traded on the next business day.
    5. Once the seller gets confirmation from the bank, they will move the cold wallet to the VIP room. It takes no more than 4 hours. (Note: During this waiting period, the seller team WILL NOT leave the room to prevent from any potential doubt from the buyer team.)
    8. Complete the whole BTC trading
    =====
    Important note: 
    a. The seller WILL NOT share Satoshi test NOR any transaction history to the buyer.

BUYER MANDATE ONLY

Interested parties should contact : 

 

NEW: 60K+ BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, HSBC, London - Look For Buyer

(Seller 2)

Post: 4.12.2018

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  • Seller has HSBC account in London for transaction

  • Open to suggestion for escrow lawyer.

  • Seller suggested Dentons.

  • 4% gross

  • All sensitive documents will be handled lawyer to lawyer.

Buyer Mandate only 

Interested parties should contact:

 

NEW: 50K+ BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, HSBC UK - Look For Buyer

(Seller 2)

Post: 24.10.2018

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  • HSBC UK / HSBC HK Seller  

  • 4% gross

  • Over 50k coins available.

  • 1. Buyer must sign PO / Deliver POF/ATV
    2. Seller verifies POF
    3. Google Drive created for main players, with documents such as...Purchase Agreement / IMFPA / etc.
    4. The seller will allocate 50k coins to a specific wallet. (This can take 1-5 days). Seller will deliver chain analysis from this wallet. 
    5. Documents executed
    6. Proof of control of wallet/Satoshi from 50k wallet
    7. Transact

  • Bank To Bank (HSBC UK / HK)
    Seller will accept L2L
    MT 103-72 / MT 103-202 

  • All sensitive documents will be handled lawyer to lawyer.

Buyer Mandate only 

Interested parties should contact:

 

NEW: 100K+ BTC @ -5/-7% gross, -3/-5% net, Deutsche Bank in Stuttgart - Look For Buyer

(Seller: A....Y)

Post: 30.11.2018

  • Looking for buyer 
    Procedure is flexible to some degree; buyers lawyer is welcome to fly to Stuttgart to meet sellers lawyer at Deutsche Bank. The attorney name will only be released in line with buyer’s name.

  • Btc currently held in cold wallets in IOLA account at JP Morgan in USA. 
    1.Seller and buyer sign contract
    2. Buyer sends tranche schedule
    3. Seller and buyer send Btc and funds to the attorney/escrow (trust account at Deutsche Bank in Stuttgart) 
    4. Attorney writes to buyer and seller confirming receipt of Btc and funds
    5. Attorney shall initiate the transfer of the equivalent of Btc to buyer’s wallet according to schedule of amount paid
    6. Attorney sends funds to the seller
    7. Buyer confirms btc in his wallet and seller confirms funds / intermediaries paid.

  • The seller is a government backed mining company with more than 100k btc to sell at gross discount of -5% or -7% for larger volume. The sellers is prepared to onboard at another European Bank if the transaction is within that bank. 

  • They also bank with HSBC in CH and London and Lint bank (besides Deutsche Bank).
    I can provide name of the seller mandate for LOI and can engage him for serious calls only.

Buyer Mandate only 

Interested parties should contact : 

 

 

 

NEW: 20K BTC @ -2.75% gross, B2B, HSBC  - Look For Buyer

(Seller 4)

Date: 30.10.2018

  • Ref 1330 HSBC Ledger to Ledger
    Date : 28th Oct 2018 (Transaction Date) 
    Sell Order (BTC) Quantity: 20K 

  • Wallet holder present during the transaction : Yes
    Gross Discount : -2.75% (to buyer side)
    Transaction volume per day : Min 500 BTC Max 1000 BTC (2 transaction per day) 
    Seller bank account receiving limit : 10K BTC 
    Seller’s Bank : HSBC
    Fiat currency (USD, EUR ...?) : USD
    Settlement method: Bank to Bank
    Communication - in which time zone are the key person (s): SGT
    Proof of Funds (POF) : On site 
    Proof of Coins (POC): Live wallet

  • Procedure For Casher's Order:

  • 1. Private Agreement or LOI before deal date 

  • 2. On dealing date, buyer and seller meet at designated bank for POF/POC verification

  • 3. Buyer and Seller lock rates on deal day.

  • 4. Buyer produce cashier's order at bank right in front of seller. 

  • 5. The cashier's order shall remain as the collateral throughout the entire transaction. 

  • 6. Seller transfer BTCs and buyer wait for 6 confirmation to transfer funds to seller's bank account or seller accept cashier's order. 

  • 8. Seller transfer commission in BTCs to in accordance to IMFPA.

Buyer Mandate Only

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