Kingdom Trust



NEW: 100K- 300K BTC @ -6% Gross, -3% Net, Escrow, Kingdom Trust - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  TC  GS)

Post: 14.7.2020


  • A buyer is looking for 100K to 300K BTC at -6% gross, -3% net

  • Buyerside = 1%

  • Sellerside = 1% 

  • Escrow Agent = 1%

  • The Buyer has Trust account ready with Kingdom trust


  • Standard Escrow procedure

  • Escrow Agent: Kingdom Trust

  • If it is not Kingdom trust, buyer can offer other Escrow in US


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 10K+ BTC @ -4% Gross, -2% Net, F2F, Kingdom Trust - Look For Seller

(Buyer: KC AH)

Post: 1.1.2020


  • Buyer is looking for 10K+ BTC at -4% gross, -2% net

  • Buyerside = 1%

  • Sellerside = 1%

  • Standard Kingdom Trust procedures


  • Meet F2F for POF/POC

  • Transact through escrow service Kingdom Trust.

  • KYC with Buyer and seller. 

  • 1) After KYC, sign agreement with buyer, seller and custodian account with Kingdom Trust

  • 2) Transfer funds and coins to Custodian account.

  • 3) Custodian do the rest as per agreement.

  • 4) Custodian takes care of buyer and seller and make sure both are paid.

  • 5) Buyer pays all fees


Interested parties should contact:

NEW: 500K+ BTC @ -5% Gross, -2% Net, Kingdom Trust, Signature Bank, Metropolitan Bank, UK - Look For Seller

(Buyer: K....A)

Post: 2.3.2019


  • Buyer rep is direct to CEO Buyer from a well known liquidity company in UK

  • Buyer is looking for 500K+ BTC @ -5% gross, -2% net, -3% commission, tranche with Kingdom Trust or Signature Bank or Metropolitan Bank.

  • Buyer is already KYC’d and onboarded

Transactional Procedures :

  • We have all the KYC details, links online

  • Only non negotiable term is the seller should pass KYC with Buyer. 

  • 1) After KYC, choose the Custodian account....either KT or Signature Bank or Metropolitan Bank

  • 2) Sign agreement with buyer, seller and custodian

  • 3) Transfer funds and coins to Custodian account.

  • 4) Custodian do the rest as per agreement.

  • 5) Custodian takes care of buyer and seller and make sure both are paid.

  • 6) Buyer pays all fees


Interested parties should contact:



NEW: 200K BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, Kingdom Trust, USA - Look For Seller

(Buyer: H J)

Post: 1.2.2019

  • I am direct to the buyer mandate for a US hedge fund with amount of $1 billion.

  • The buyer is looking for a seller for 200k coins at -4-2.

  • Buyer will take 5000 per day every day until all 200k are sold.

  • We can meet F2F for POF/POC and then transact through escrow service preferably Kingdom Trust.

  • Please advise if you have any sellers ready onboard. 


Interested parties should contact : 




NEW: 200K-300K BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, Kingdom Trust, NY, USA - Look For Seller

(Buyer: H J)

Post: 16.12.2018

  • Direct to Buyer Mandate

  • Buyer rep is an attorney in NYC and he is working with a buyer mandate interested in purchasing 200-300k bitcoin from a bona fide seller preferably in the US.

  • The buyer will only deal with an escrow account if both the buyer and seller attorneys are signatories on the account.

  • If the seller is in the US we prefer to use Kingdom Trust which is a regulated escrow trust company that can keep the BTC in cold storage to be released only in tranches against the payment of fiat to the seller.

  • Kingdom is also insured by Lloyd's of London.

  • If the seller wants to use an attorney escrow then it must be a top tier law firm and both buyer and seller attorneys would be on the escrow account.

  • Please advise if you have any sellers to transact. 

Seller Mandate only

Interested parties should contact : 




NEW: 100K+ BTC @ -3% gross, -1% net, Kingdom Trust - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  AS KS)

Post: 6.9.2019

  • Kingdom Trust seller is looking for buyer for 100K BTC + R&E at -3%, -1% net

  • I am direct to intermediary who is direct to Seller mandate.


  • 1. Mandate to Mandate call 
    2. Buyer & Buyer Mandate signs Seller Mandate NDA
    3. Buyer Onboards at Kingdom
    4. Seller provides PO and Kingdom Escrow Agreement
    5. Buyer signs both docs, seller counter signs 
    6. IMFPA 
    7. Buyer funds to Kingdom 
    8. Coins to Buyer, 6 confirmations 
    9. Funds released to Seller

  • Note:
    POC: The seller is on board but the coins are not. They remain in control of the seller. Verification of coin can be done with coin sent directly to buyer. After the escrow account has the funds inside. Coin is sent to buyer. If buyer doesn’t like the coins he can send then back instead of releasing funds from escrow. If buyer accepts the coin, funds are released. The seller does not put the coins through KT. They are sent directly to the buyer.


Interested parties should contact:

NEW: 50K BTC @ -2% gross, +1% net, Escrow, Standard Kepler, Kingdom Trust - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  M S)

Post: 25.3.2019

Seller is a private BTC owner. Seller provides a clean and steady supply of BTC through escrow service. He has a reliable trade execution process and is ready to work with different escrow agents.

  • I am direct to Seller Mandate

  • Amount(min): 10 BTC 

  • Amount(max): 50 BTC

  • -2% gross, +1% net

  • Type:  Escrow

  • Escrow: Standard Kepler (seller is onboard), Legacy, Kingdom Trust, LMAX

  • KYC: Yes. Through escrow provider

  • LOI: Yes

  • POF type: Escrow

  • POC type:  Escrow, or test deal of 1 BTC

  • Face2Face meeting: No

Seller works through escrow service. Seller is on-boarded with Standard Kepler, but could also work with such agents as Legacy, Kingdom Trust, LMAX. POC is provided via a letter by Standard Kepler. The trade is executed through KB Chau law firm and involves performance bond. Funds and Coins transfers happen in few tranches until the full amount is traded.

  •  Procedure:

  • 1. BUYER provides LOI, the latest bank statement, Lawyer LOA.

  • 2. Standard Kepler provides letter stating that SELLER has coins on board with them.

  • 3. BUYER and SELLER sign an agreement with KB Chau law firm, set up a data room (a web cabinet where both parties can sign in).

  • 4. Both sides deposit performance bond with a minimum amount of $20,000 (or equivalent in BTC).

  • 5. BUYER transfers funds to KB Chau for the first tranche which has to be equivalent of 5000 BTC. The next tranches may be larger. Coins go first direct from Standard Kepler to BUYER’s ledger, then the payment goes from KB Chau to SELLER. Repeat last step until coins are exhausted.


Interested parties should contact:




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