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NEW: 100K BTC @ -6% gross, -3% net, B2B, Satoshi, Los Angeles - Look For Buyer

(Seller :  AW...KI)

Post: 30.9.2019

  • My Seller has 100K BTC for sale at -6% GROSS, -3% NET, 3% brokers

  • Seller side 1.5% = closed

  • Buyer side 1.5% = Rep + Ray + Buyer Mandate = 3 people

  • Seller Wallet has been verified.

  • Minimum order 2000 BTC

  • Day 1 - 1st tranches will be, 50 BTC, 100 BTC, 300 BTC 

  • Day 2 - 500 BTC . Rolls and extensions.

  • PROCEDURES:

  • 1. SPA + POF . POF - Screen shot of bank statement.  

  • 2. TTM  set up. The Buyer's bank at TTM . POF and POC 

  • 3. POC - Satoshi will send to the Buyer's BTC  wallet and  show wallet Control. 

  • 4. POF - Show online banking balance of the Buyer's account. 

  • 5. The buyer send fund  to the seller . Bank to bank ( same bank with the seller and buyer . 
    ( the seller will use same as the buyer bank )  

  • 6. The seller sends BTC . Both parties wait until the buyer gets 6 Blockchain confirmation.  

  • 7. Commission released for both side  ​

BUYER MANDATE ONLY

Interested parties should contact:

 

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

(Seller :  M S)

Post: 13.4.2019

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: blockchain.com

  • 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: Attorney Attestation Letter of the Coin / Wallet opening live at face2face 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.

  •  Procedure: 

  • 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 www.blockchain.com, 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.

BUYER MANDATE ONLY

Interested parties should contact:

 

NEW: 10K-29K BTC @ -4% gross, -2% net, B2B, Los Angeles - Look For Buyer

(Seller : E G)

Post: 13.3.2019

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  • Seller rep is direct to Seller Mandate

  • LOI, KYC, POC, POF type - MT799, POC type - Satoshi test, Bank2Bank

  • Agreements type: MT799 Blocked Funds, PurchaseSaleAgreement

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

  • Framework:

  • Coins are held in cold storage and will not be disturbed until the Buyer has executed an MT799 Blocked Funds to ensure the seriousness of the Buyer’s commitment to the transaction. POC will be provided in the form of a satoshi immediately after the MT799 is confirmed by the Seller’s Bank officer. The Buyer and Seller will schedule a meeting in a mutually agreed city and bank to transact face to face. The Seller can meet the Buyer in the US, UK or EU two days from the date the MT799 is verified. The MT799 is non-transferrable; the blocked funds will be used in the first tranche

  •  Procedure:

  • 1. BUYER reviews MT799 Blocked Funds Verbiage

  • 2. Upon approval BUYER confirms willingness to execute MT799 by countersigning LOI.

  • 3. BUYER and SELLER execute NCNDA.

  • 4. SELLER provides BUYER with European bank information andKYC.

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

  • 6. BUYER and SELLER execute IMFPA and the definitive Purchase Sale Agreement.

  • 7. Once the SELLER’s bank has confirmed the bank message (MT799), the SELLER will send aSatoshi from a wallet of >5K BTC, which will be the transaction wallet for this deal.

  • 8. BUYER andSELLER schedule a call to discuss mutually agreed transaction date, meeting and closing procedures.

  • 9. SELLER travels to agreed location to execute a Face to Face transaction with the BUYER.

  • After the SELLER’s bank confirms the receipt of SWIFT MT799, the BUYER submits to the SELLER the receipt of bank charges/fees for the MT799. The SELLER will reimburse the BUYER for the cost of the MT message at the Face to Face meeting.

BUYER MANDATE ONLY

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