OTCbid - Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary Ready to Put 5% of His Portfolio in SEC-Approved Bitcoin ETF

" Shark Tank star Kevin O’Leary, also known as Mr. Wonderful, is ready to put 5% of his investment portfolio in a bitcoin exchange-traded fund (ETF) that is approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Long known as a bitcoin skeptic, O’Leary is worried about bitcoin’s volatility and wants regulators to be comfortable with it before he jumps in.

Kevin O’Leary Wants to Invest in Bitcoin ETF

Canadian investor and television personality Kevin O’Leary discussed his view on bitcoin last week in a podcast hosted by Morgan Creek Digital partner Anthony Pompliano.

O’Leary has been a bitcoin skeptic. He told CNBC in May last year that bitcoin was “worthless” and “a useless currency,” stating that to him, “it’s garbage because you can’t get in and out of it in large amounts.” " - Read Full Article

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-6% Gross, -3% Net, Escrow Law Firm, IOLTA, UK

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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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