JP Morgan

JP Morgan Chase

BUYERS

 

NEW: 136K BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net - JP Morgan, US - Look For Seller

(Buyer: M....N)

Date: 11.1.19

  • 136K btc, -4% gross, -2 % net

  • I have buyers that have SBLC set up for $500 million dollars JP Morgan Bank and JP Morgan SBLC

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NEW: 1M BTC @ -5% gross, -2% net, JP Morgan or Merrill Lynch - Look For Seller

(Buyer: J C}

Post: 10.12.2018

  • Two buyers are looking for 1M BTC each.

  • -5% gross, -2% net, -1% escrow ( to be confirmed)

  • 1M in BTC, closing at JP Morgan or Merrill

  • Flexible procedures to agree with buyer and seller

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NEW: 300K-600K BTC @ -5% gross, -2% net, JP Morgan, HK - Look For Seller

(Buyer: D...D)

Post: 10.12.2018

  • Buyer looking for 300K-600K BTC in HK

  • -5% gross, -2% net, -1% escrow

  • JP Morgan HK

  • Flexible procedures to agree with buyer and seller

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SELLERS

NEW: 10K-100K BTC @ -3% gross, -1% net, B2B, JPM Chase - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  M S)

Post: 15.3.2019

The seller is a private owner of BTC from Miami, FL, US. The procedure is designed easy and secure at all stages. It starts with the proof of funds via simple SWIFT MT199 informational message (which is easy to do and cheap for the buyer), immediately followed by a Satoshi test as proof of coins. Once the parties are ready to proceed, Buyer issues SWIFT MT799 Blocked Funds, and then Seller starts transferring the coins. Offer is limited in time due to high demand toward the simplified process.

  • We are ready to get you in touch with the seller immediately after the NCNDA!

  • Amount(min): 10,000 BTC per deal / 1,000 BTC per tranche

  • Amount(max): 100,000 BTC

  • -3% gross, -1% net, JP Morgan Chase

  • LOI, KYC, POF, POC

  • POF type - MT199

  • POC type - Satoshi test

  • Agreements type:  MT799 Blocked Funds, Purchase Sale Agreement

  • Face-2-face meeting: Possible in Miami, FL, USA

The procedure begins with a simplified proof-of-funds in exchange to proof-of-coins: Buyer issues a SWIFT MT199 informational message as the proof-of-funds for the whole amount of the deal, which is followed by proof-of-coins via Satoshi test. When Buyer is ready to proceed, they issue a SWIFT MT799 Blocked Funds ensuring their commitment to the transaction. After the MT799 is confirmed by the Seller’s Bank officer, Seller starts transferring the coins. Each tranche of coins is followed by the corresponding transfer of funds to Seller via SWIFT MT103/202.

  •  Procedure:

  • 1.BUYER provides CIS, KYC, and LOI to SELLER.

  • 2.SELLER provides BUYER with the bank details.

  • 3.BUYER issues SWIFT MT199 informational message to SELLER as the proof-of-funds enough for the whole deal.

  • 4.Once the SELLER’s bank has confirmed the bank message (MT199), the SELLER will send a Satoshi from a wallet, which will be the transaction wallet for this deal.

  • 5.BUYER and SELLER execute the Purchase-Sale Agreement, as well as NCNDA and IMFPA if requested by the brokers.

  • 6.BUYER executes SWIFT MT799 Blocked Funds for the amount no less than cost of the first tranche of coins.

  • 7.Once the SELLER’s bank has confirmed the bank message (MT799), the SELLER will send the first tranche of BTC to BUYER.

  • 8.BUYER makes payment for the received tranche of BTC via SWIFT MT103 / 202.

  • 9.SELLER sends the next tranche of BTC. BUYER makes payment for it via SWIFT MT103 / 202. Repeat process until the deal is settled in full. Note: SWIFT messages and transfers should NOT mention anything related to BTC purchase (use “commodity transaction” wording instead).                                                              

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NEW: 10K - 150K  BTC @ -5% Gross, -3% Net, F2F in Barcelona, JPM Chase in US - Look For Buyer

(Seller: E G)

Post: 13.3.2019

  • Seller rep is direct to Seller Mandate

  • LOI, KYC, POC, POF type - MT799, POC type - Satoshi test

  • Agreements type: MT760 Bank Guarantee, Purchase Sale Agreement Face-2-face meeting: Barcelona, Madrid

  • Framework : 

  • This proposal for purchase of bitcoins is based on SWIFT MT760 Bank Guarantee from Buyer’s side (TOP 100) in exchange for the Bank Guarantee for the coins from Seller’s side. Seller’s and Buyer’s banks both agree on the procedure of bank guarantee for the coins, which is appropriate for both parties. Bank guarantee for coins is followed by MT760 Bank Guarantee for the funds from the Buyer’s bank. 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.

  • Procedure :

  • 1. BUYER submits KYC package of documents updated with date of today and Passport color copy (see KYC package documents list attached).

  • 2. SELLER performs due diligence upon the provided documents and confirms approval of BUYER.

  • 3. BUYER’s bank executes MT799 to SELLER’s bank. “Copy of Swift” sent to SELLER.

  • 4. Once the SELLER’s bank has confirmed the bank message (MT799), the SELLER may send a Satoshi from a wallet, which will be the transaction wallet for this deal, or submit proof of coins of another kind.

  • 5. BUYER and SELLER execute Purchase Sale Agreement.

  • 6. SELLER’s bank agrees with BUYER’s bank on the procedure of bank guarantee for the coins.

  • 7. SELLER’s bank sends the bank guarantee to BUYER’s bank.

  • 8. BUYER’s bank executes MT760 Bank Guarantee to SELLER’s bank. “Copy of Swift” sent to SELLER.

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

  • 10. The corresponding tranche of funds are unblocked and transferred to the SELLER.

  • 11. The next tranche of BTC is transferred to BUYER in accordance with the agreed timeline. Once it is done, the corresponding tranche of funds are unblocked and transferred to SELLER. Repeat process

  • BUYER MANDATES ONLY

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

(Seller: H...Y)

Post: 10.3.2019

  • 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

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NEW: 100K+  BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, JP Morgan, USA - Look For Buyer

(Seller: S S)

Date: 28.12.2018

  • 100K+ BTC, ‑4% gross / ‑2% net (minimum contract 10k+ BTC, Bank‑to‑Bank, USA, JP Morgan, USD)

  • 33% Seller side (closed), 33% Facilitators (closed), 33% Buyer side

  • Steps:

  • (1) Pre‑Qualificaon call,

  • (2) LOI,

  • (3) Mandate call,

  • (4) NCNDA, IMFPA and AGREEMENT,

  • (5) Agreement negoated and signed,

  • (6) Buyer to provide suitable POF (ATV, Authority to verify, banker to banker at JPM,

  • (7) All transacons (and Closings) will be handled by and processed through the Paymaster with JPM account.

  • Required procedure:

  • Documents: NCNDA, IMFPA, AGREEMENT

  • Proof of Funds: Lawyer Attested

  • Proof of Coins: Lawyer Attested

  • Escrow/Bank‑to‑Bank: Bank‑to‑Bank,

  • Full process to be provided by Seller Mandate

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NEW: 200K Up To 500K BTC @ -4% gross, -1% net, JP Morgan Chase, US - Look For Buyer

(Seller: : E..N)

Date: 23.12.2018

  • Seller representative is direct to Seller

  • Escrow Agent Fee 
    It will be on Seller’s account. 
    Escrow Agent 
    -US Bank/Escrow Agent

  • Using JP Morgan Chase Bank.

  • The Transaction Procedure :
    1.Buyer issue LOI, CIS/Passport + Bank statement/ATV .

  • 2.Upon the positive acceptance, seller issue BTC S&P contract.

  • 3.Upon acceptance of the terms and conditions by the BUYER, both parties sign the BTCS&P contract along with Master Fee Protection Agreement (MFPA) for consultants.

  • 4.Upon the BTC S&P contract concluded, both Buyer and Seller sign the Bank and/or EscrowAgreement, which is then countersigned by the Bank and/or Escrow Service company andforwarded to both parties.

  • 5.The Buyer makes payment into the Bank and/or Escrow Service company account andthen sends the wire receipt for confirmation, and upon confirmation of the wire by the bankand/or escrow company, the bank and/or Escrow service company notifies the Sellerconfirming Buyer’s payment for the Seller to immediately transfer the agreed trancheamount of the BTC to the Buyer’s BTC Wallet Address. However, this can also be a ledgerto ledger JP Morgan Chase transaction as well.

  • 6.The Buyer confirms that the BTC is received in their wallet per the agreed tranche amount.

  • 7.The Buyer then further confirms to the bank and/or Escrow service company that the BTChase been received as agreed upon, thereby enabling the bank and/or escrow company to release the funds to Seller and Consultants.8.The Seller confirms to the bank and/or Escrow Company and Buyer that funds have been received and transaction for the tranche is concluded

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NEW: 100K+ BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, JP Morgan, USA - Look For Buyer

(Seller: S S)

Post: 20.12.2018

  • We are direct to Seller Mandate

  • Seller has100K+ BTC, -4% gross, -2% net

  • JP Morgan USA

  • Minimum contract: 10k BTC

  • Minimum Test Tranche: minimum 50 BTC

  • Communicaon chain: Direct to Mandate

  • Distribuon key: 33% Seller side (closed), 33% Facilitators (closed), 33% Buyer side

  • Steps:

  • (1) Pre‑Qualification call,

  • (2) LOI,

  • (3) Mandate call,

  • (4) NCNDA, IMFPA and AGREEMENT,

  • (5) Agreement negotiated and signed,

  • (6) Buyer to provide suitable POF (ATV, Authority to verify, banker to banker at JPM,

  • (7) All transactions (and Closings) will be handled by and processed through the Paymaster with JPM account.

Required procedure:

  • Documents: NCNDA, IMFPA, AGREEMENT

  • Proof of Funds: Lawyer Attested

  • Proof of Coins: Lawyer Attested

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

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NEW: 400K BTC @ -5% gross, -2% net, JP Morgan, HK - Look For Buyer

(Seller: D L)

Post: 6.12.2018

  • Seller has 400K BTC in HK

  • -5% gross, -2% net, -2% commission, -1% escrow

  • 1% buyer side, 1% seller side, 1% escrow fee

  • JP Morgan

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NEW: Up To 500K BTC @ -5% gross, -3% net, Escrow, JP Morgan Chase, US - Look For Buyer

(Seller: No Name)

Post: 6.12.2018

JP Morgan Chase Bank. US Escrow agent

Seller rep is a friend of seller

  • Transaction Procedure :
    1.Buyer issue LOI, CIS/Passport + Bank statement/ATV .

  • 2.Upon the positive acceptance, seller issue BTC S&P contract.

  • 3.Upon acceptance of the terms and conditions by the BUYER, both parties sign the BTC S&P contract along with Master Fee Protection Agreement (MFPA) for consultants.

  • 4.Upon the BTC S&P contract concluded, both Buyer and Seller sign the Bank and/or EscrowAgreement, which is then countersigned by the Bank and/or Escrow Service company andforwarded to both parties.

  • 5.The Buyer makes payment into the Bank and/or Escrow Service company account and then sends the wire receipt for confirmation, and upon confirmation of the wire by the bank and/or escrow company, the bank and/or Escrow service company notifies the Seller confirming Buyer’s payment for the Seller to immediately transfer the agreed tranche amount of the BTC to the Buyer’s BTC Wallet Address. However, this can also be a ledger to ledger JP Morgan Chase transaction as well.

  • 6.The Buyer confirms that the BTC is received in their wallet per the agreed tranche amount.

  • 7.The Buyer then further confirms to the bank and/or Escrow service company that the BTChas been received as agreed upon, thereby enabling the bank and/or escrow company torelease the funds to Seller and Consultants.

  • 8.The Seller confirms to the bank and/or Escrow Company and Buyer that funds have been received and transaction for the tranche is concluded

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NEW: 100K+ BTC @ -5/-7% gross, -3/-5% net, JP Morgan USA, 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: 300K BTC @ -6% gross, -3% net, Wells Fargo or JP Morgan, USA  - Look For Buyer

(Seller 1)

Date: 19.11.2018

  • USA Wells Fargo or JP Morgan 6% gross 3% net 

  • Trust company 

  • 1.5% seller side it’s closed 

  • 1.5% buyer side

  • They can send satoshi

  • LOI , POF , KYC 

  • Send satoshi 

  • Send invoice 

  • Pay 

  • Send coins

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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 -》
    Individual

  • Verified Seller
    KYC : Yes
    Sell Order (BTC) Quantity: 100K
    Wallet from (e.g exchange or private) : 
    Private
    Wallet holder present during the transaction : 
    No
    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 https://steemit.com/crypto/@luciotrader/being-an-otc-agent-why-real-sellers-don-t-send- 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 www.blockchain.com 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.

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NEW: 500K-1M BTC @ -6% gross, -4% net, JPMC, USA - Look For Buyer

(Seller D C)

Post: 28.10.2018

  • Seller from United States

  • 500K - 1M btc

  • Offer is 6/4

  • It will be a ledger to ledger deal in JP Morgan
    (If buyer doesn't have a JPM account seller will Fwd: l will open one for him) seller will  put 5k bitcoin in buyers account for 90 minutes.  If he pays in time it's a deal.  

  • The above offer is for up to 1 million btc.

  • Fwd: CIS/LOI/POF AFTER  Due diligence funds verified

  • Contract will be sent once funds are placed into JP Morgan Chase escrow account Satoshi will be sent

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NEW: 500K BTC @ -5% gross, -3% net, JPMC, USA - Look For Buyer

(Seller D D)

Post: 20.10.2018

  • Seller has another 500K BTC available immediately.  

  • CIS/LOI/POF

  • AFTER due diligence and funds are verified.  

  • Contract will be sent once funds are placed into JP Morgan Chase Escrow account

  • Satoshi will be sent. 

Buyer Mandate only 

Interested parties should contact : 

 

 

NEW: 100K  BTC @ -5% gross, -2% buyer,  JPMC, USA - Look For Buyer

 

(Seller 7)

Post : 16.10.18

  • (3) 100K min., 5/2 or 5/3

  • USA seller.

  • JPMC. Texas lawyer possible.

Interested parties should contact : 

 

 

NEW: 1M BTC @ -6% gross, -2% net, JP Morgan Chase, USA - Look For Buyer

(Seller T E)

Post: 10.10.2018

  • Qatar - 1m BTC - 6/2

  • Bank comfort letter issued to seller

  • Seller sends BTC when funds have been initiated to him

  • BTC and funds clear

  • Suggest a call between buy and sell once comfort letter has changed hands

  • USA - Ledger to Ledger

  • JP Morgan Chase

  • POF leads (letter, 799, lawyer attestation)

  • Calls sent between buyer and seller attorney

  • Funds confirmed

  • BTC confirmed

  • Transaction executed

Buyer Mandate only 

Interested parties should contact : 

 

 

 

NEW:  1.5M BTC @ 6% gross, 4% net, JP Morgan USA - Look For Buyer  

(Seller 1)  

AA.1. JP Morgan USA seller 1.5 Million BTC @6/4. See procedures AA1

  • Here is the draft contract with procedures.
    It is to our understanding that you wish to procure  1 million to 1.5 Million BTC @
    6/4 this is a ledger to ledger transaction through and with JP Morgan Chase

  • The following needs to be sent to the seller to proceed;

  • LOI with Banking and signatory please include Tranche schedule
    LOI should be made out to; PleaseAsk. LLC CIS
    Once received Seller will respond back with Contract following signed contract
    POF and POP will be done.

  • There is only 1 (one) Seller.

  • If for any reason you want less than 1.5 Million BTC the price changes to 5/3 for 500
    Thousand or less 200 Thousand Minimum. 

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