NEW: 100K+ BTC @ -6% gross, -3% net, Escrow Law Firm, IOLTA, HSBC, UK - Look For Buyer

(Seller : SC  KM)

Post: 7.12.2020​

  • Seller/Miner is selling 100K+ BTC at -6% gross, -3% net

  • Buyer = 3% 

  • Buyerside = 1%

  • Sellerside = 1%

  • Escrow = 1%

  • Seller uses a Large Escrow Law firm in Madrid with IOLTA trust account domiciled at HSBC UK

  • KYC = Yes. Through Escrow procedure


  • ​1. Buyer and seller fill and sign contract.

  • 2. Buyer sends €5 to seller or escrow account to demonstrate proof of funds and account control. Seller reciprocates with a Satoshi or AB test as proof of coins

  • 3. With POC and POF done, escrow would sign the contract and send same to both parties, activating the deal.

  • 4. Buyer makes payment for the quantity of BTC for first tranche to escrow trust account

  • 5. Upon funds confirming at escrow's account, escrow notifies both parties and directs seller to send coins of the quantity paid for to buyer.

  • 6. After at least 6 confirmations on the blockchain, buyer directs escrow to release funds to seller.

  • 7. Both parties sign a mutual release clause provided by escrow on the tranche, bringing that trade to an end.

  • 8. Contract continues till quantity needed is exhausted


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NEW: 100K BTC @ -3% gross, -1% net, B2B, IOLTA, F2F, Los-Angeles, USA - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  M S)

Post: 18.4.2019

Seller represents a mining group and is based in Los Angeles, CA. Transaction may go directly bank2bank or through an IOLTA account which is guaranteeing the safety for both sides and costs much cheaper than an escrow firm. IOLTA account is held by a trusted attorney (Beverly Hills based).

  • My Seller rep is direct to Seller

  • Amount (min), BTC: 1000 BTC 

  • Amount (max), BTC: 100,000 BTC 

  • Rate:

  • Gross : -3%

  • Net : -1%

  • Purchase procedure:

  • Bank: JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo

  • Type:  Bank2Bank

  • KYC: No

  • LOI: No

  • POF type: Bank Statement

  • POC type: Satoshi Test at face-2-face meeting

  • Face-2-Face meeting: Los-Angeles, USA

Seller works through bank2bank procedure which can optionally involve using of attorney’s account (IOLTA) for extra safety of the Buyer. The deal is committed face-2-face in Los Angeles in attorney’s office. If the Buyer needs assurance for the coins prior to the meeting, Buyer may submit POF (Bank Statement) to the Seller’s attorney, then attorney will send back Attorney Attestation Letter of the Coin. In the meeting proof of coins is done live.


  • 1. If needed, Buyer provides latest bank statement and receives Attorney Attestation Letter of the Coin. Second option is to meet face2face in the attorney’s office (Los Angeles) and provide POF and POC right there.

  • 2. Buyer and Seller sign the contract. Right after that Seller will issue an invoice to Buyer to purchase agreed amount of Bitcoin at the current sell price as per, minus agreed discount.

  • 3. It’s possible to start with small tranche (up to 1-5 BTC as a test transaction). Ledger to ledger or wire payment is set up by Buyer and sent to Seller for the invoiced amount. Buyer will send funds within 90 minutes after receipt of invoice to the Seller’s/IOLTA account. Buyer will send to Seller's attorney receipt of funds sent. Seller's attorney will inform buyer’s attorney, mandate, or buyer of receipt of funds.

  • 4. Once the funds clear the Seller’s/IOLTA account, the Seller will send a test coin to the buyer’s wallet for confirmation of wallet address. After the Buyer confirms receipt of the test coin the entire order of BTC is sent to the buyer’s wallet.

  • 5. (First Tranche only) Buyer will have 2 hours to confirm the coin is good to seller's attorney. If Buyer confirms he wants to keep the BTC then money is released to the Seller (in case of using IOLTA account). If Buyer wants to reject the BTC then buyer sends coin back to Seller and Seller/Escrow Attorney will immediately return funds to the Buyer.

  • 6. (All next Tranches) Buyer will confirm delivery of the coins. If the buyer fails to confirm delivery, then the attorney will confirm through the blockchain that the BTC was successfully received. ONLY after confirmation the Attorney will then release the funds to the seller (in case of using IOLTA account).

  • 7. Buyer and Seller will move to the next tranche as agreed and repeat the procedure.



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NEW: 300K BTC @ -5% gross, -3% net, B2B, IOLTA, F2F, Barcelona, Spain - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  M S)

Post: 16.4.2019

Seller represents a mining group and is based in Los Angeles, CA. Transaction may go directly bank2bank or through an IOLTA account which is guaranteeing the safety for both sides and costs much cheaper than an escrow firm. IOLTA account is held by a trusted attorney (Beverly Hills based).

  • My Seller rep is direct to Seller

  • Amount (min), BTC: 25000 BTC 

  • Amount (max), BTC: 300,000 BTC 

  • Rate:

  • Gross : -3%

  • Net : -1%

  • Purchase procedure:

  • Bank: JPMorgan Chase

  • Type:  Swift MT760

  • KYC: Yes

  • LOI: No

  • POF type: No

  • POC type: Satoshi Test at face-2-face meeting

  • Agreement type: MT760 (not Bank Guarantee), Purchase Sale Agreement

  • Face-2-Face meeting: Barcelona, Spain

This proposal for purchase of bitcoins is based on SWIFT MT760 from Buyer’s side (TOP 100 bank). Once MT760 confirmation of blocked funds is issued, Seller transfers to Buyer’s wallet BTC tranches as agreed in the purchase contract. Buyer shall pay to Seller only after each transferred BTC tranche. If Buyer desires to get a Satoshi Test, it is possible at a face-2-face meeting with Seller in Barcelona.


  • 1. BUYER submits CIS.

  • 2. SELLER prepares the Purchase Sale Agreement, BUYER reviews and approves.

  • 3. BUYER prepares the KYC documents as per the required list.

  • 4. If BUYER needs Proof of Coins (Satoshi test), BUYER and SELLER arrange a face-2-face meeting in Barcelona, Spain. BUYER brings the whole set of required KYC documents to the meeting. SELLER reviews the documents, and then provides a Satoshi test. If everything is OK, the Parties sign the Agreement right at the meeting. (Now proceed to step 6.)

  • 5. If BUYER does not need Proof of Coins, BUYER submits the required KYC documents to SELLER remotely. SELLER reviews and approves the documents. Parties sign the Agreement.

  • 6. BUYER’s bank executes MT760 Blocked Funds Collateral Guarantee (NOT Bank Guarantee) to SELLER’s bank. “Copy of Swift” sent to SELLER.

  • 7. Since the SELLER’s bank confirmed the bank message (MT760), the SELLER starts transferring the first tranche of BTC.

  • 8. BUYER transfers the corresponding tranche of funds to SELLER.

  • 9. The next tranche of BTC is transferred to BUYER in accordance with the agreed timeline. Once it is done, the corresponding tranche of funds is transferred to SELLER. Repeat process until the deal is settled in full.



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NEW: 100-600K BTC @ -5% gross, -3% net, F2F, IOLTA Escrow  - Look For Buyer

(Seller: R G)

Date: 1.2.2019

  • Seller has 100-600K BTC, 5/3  or 4/2

  • Discount % depends on how many btc the buyer want

  • Seller with escrow IOLTA

  • Need US buyer directly


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NEW: 3M+ BTC @ -10% gross, -5% net, IOLTA Escrow Attorney  - Look For Buyer

(Seller 1)

Date: 15.11.2018

  • Buyer must submit contract if there is interest. 
    No transactions in China or Dubai due to the regulatory authority 

  • At this moment, I can confirm the 3M is available again with R/E. Seller is moving forward with other offers. 

  • 10/5 (Net 5 to buyer)
    Test tranche can be any amount the buyer wants,
    Then 10,000 to 25,000 afterwards. If more than 25,000 is needed that is possible.

  • Transaction must occur via sellers IOTA Escrow Attorney.

  • Buyer can use their own escrow service 

  • Buyers side commission will be split as 1% each 
    the sell side. 2% total 
    2% Sell side closed.
    1% Escrow is non-negotiable per seller.
    This covers escrow for the buyer and seller sides of the deal

Buyer Mandate Only

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NEW: 100K BTC @ -6% gross, JPM, IOLTA, USA  - Look For Buyer

(Seller 4)

Date: 30.10.2018

  • Ref : 1333 USA Lawyer to Lawyer
    Origin of the Seller: USA
    Seller: Company vs Individual -》

  • Verified Seller
    KYC : Yes
    Sell Order (BTC) Quantity: 100K
    Wallet from (e.g exchange or private) : 
    Wallet holder present during the transaction : 
    Gross Discount : Gross -6%
    Transaction volume per day : 10K
    Seller’s Bank : JP Morgan IOLTA 
    Fiat currency (USD, EUR ...?) : USD
    Settlement method: Lawyer to Lawyer via JP Morgan IOLTA (John Glenn)
    Escrow fee: 0.5% or higher? Seller pay escrow
    Communication - in which time zone are the key person (s): PST
    Proof of Funds (POF) e.g BCL, Bank Statement, Cash video with code? BCL
    Proof of Coins (POC): Attestation

  • Procedure
    To start any negotiation between both parties the BUYER must provide the following documents to intermediaries:
    a. KYC
    b. POF duly certified by the bank or institution with a phone number and an in-charge person inside the institution where the funds are kept so a due diligence can be done.
    c. An AML&T letter duly notarized from the BUYER regarding the origin of the funds.
    d. If the BUYER refuses to send the documents mentioned above there will not be any negotiation at all.

  • We are willing to sell all the BITCOINS we have from our sellers. We have multiple cold wallets. Terms and conditions:
    1. Terms:
    a. We only use our 2 paymasters/escrow lawyers in USA, both with IOLTA accounts at JP Morgan Chase bank.
    b. Buyer can use his/her escrow lawyer or corporation to send the funds to our paymaster/escrow lawyer in USA.
    c. As POC we can give an attestation letter from one of our notary public.
    d. We DON’T send SATOSHI due to security issues (no seller is giving satoshi for the same reason).
    Please read the following article explaining the reason WHY REAL SELLERS DON’T SEND A SATOSHI asatoshi
    e. We don’t open bank accounts in other countries, due to the fact that an IOLTA account is the safest account for all the parties involved.
    f. Seller does no travel with cold wallet or do face to face, due to security issues.
    g. We can work: B2B or F2F

  • i. B2B process:
    1. Contract signed by both parties to be executed in the next 24 hours.
    2. Both parties check for price at time of execution.
    3. Seller issues an invoice for the amount of the tranche minus the discount.
    4. Buyer sends the funds to paymaster/escrow.
    5. Once funds have been released (not pending) on the paymaster’s bank
    account, the BTCs will be taken out of cold storage and put into blockchain
    (45 hours).
    6. The BTCs will be sent to the buyer’s wallet.
    7. Once the buyer have the BTCs in his/her wallet, the buyer has to sign a receipt.
    8. The seller will send a copy of the receipt to the paymaster so the paymaster can send the funds to the seller’s bank account.

Buyer Mandate Only

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