OTCbid - Money Reimagined: Bitcoin’s Tug of War as Wall Street Moves In

" A tug of war over Bitcoin’s future is becoming more ferocious.

This battle, pitting corporate interests seeking to profit from the Bitcoin system’s disruptive potential against an anti-corporatist dream for a human-first financial system that bypasses institutional middlemen, has been in play for some time. But with bitcoin’s latest price rally, the fight has intensified.

Now, Wall Street’s heavyweights are moving in. And to many who hail from Bitcoin’s “cypherpunk” roots, those guys are the enemy.

The engagement of Fidelity, Citibank, BlackRock and now MassMutual need not be the death knell for a humanist Bitcoin dream. There’s still a pathway to a fairer, more open, inclusive financial model, even with those institutions increasingly investing in and engaging with bitcoin services. But the route to that idealized future is less direct and, inevitably, involves more intense competition. " - Read Full Article

Source: Coindesk


-0% Gross, +3% Net, Lawyer, Escrow, HK

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NEW: 3000 BTC @ -0% gross, +3% net, Escrow, HK - Look For Buyer

(Seller : UD...PS)

Post: 14.12.2020​​

  • Seller in HK has 3000 BTC at -0% gross, +3% net

  • Buyer = +3%

  • Buyer mandate = 1%

  • Seller mandate = 1%​

  • Intermediaries = 1%

  • First tranche = 700 BTC

  • Escrow fee.= Seller pays

  • Escrow Company: Seller is using an escrow company in Hong Kong for all his transactions. Seller has on boarded KYC/AML with the escrow.

  • Proof of coins: Seller will log into his Trezor wallet and provide a current screenshot of the seller's trezor wallet showing wallet address and BTC balance and buyer will confirm on blockchain.


  • Procedural Steps:

  • 1) DOA signed first between seller and buyer

  • 2) POC provided to buyer

  • 3) Escrow company contacted by buyer/seller to sign the escrow agreement and buyer sends funds to escrow company.

  • 4) Escrow confirms receipt of funds and coins sent to the buyer directly.

  • 5) Buyer confirms the receipt of the BTC, then escrow will release payment to the seller and both mandates.

  • The Seller is not interested in on board with another escrow. Buyer side needs to prepare a paymaster genealogy as the escrow will only pay to one paymaster on each side.

  • Hong Kong based escrow law firm: .(Hauzen LLP Law Firm). Suite 3708, Tower Two

  • Lippo Centre ,89 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong


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  • Telegram @OTCbiddotcom

  • Telegram: +1 (786) 632 8577


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