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Just put a down payment on my paraglider to my instructor in Philippine using Rebit.ph. No transaction fees, same day delivery!

I have just put a down payment on my paraglider using Bitcoins! Saved myself US$40 and the sum arrived within several hours!!
Was a complete different story when I tried paying for my paragliding lessons using international bank transfer. Legacy systems are so expensive and slow!!! Big it up for Anxbtc Bitcoin Exchange and Rebit.ph!!!
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Does anybody have any experience with the anxbtc.com bitcoin exchange? Mine is not particularly pleasant ...

"This message was sent to [email protected] in reference to Case #: 50XXX"
In their donotreply email, ANXBTC told me that the birthdate and validity/from date that I had entered in their form did not correspond with the dates on the document scan that I had supplied (In the context of their AML/KYC procedure).
This made my case suspicious in terms of money laundering. They wanted additional scans of additional documents.
I went back to the form on their system, and indeed, they showed 1970-1-1. Most people and certainly programmers know that this date corresponds with the epoch on a unix system. It means that the numerical values for these dates are exactly zero. When I tried to put in the dates again, I got confronted a red "Date required" error message. No way to enter these dates.
Concerning their donotreply approach, they really mean it. I tried to contact their helpdesk in vain. They won't reply. Does anybody have better mileage with ANXBTC or are they just as horrible as I suspect they are?
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Why is ANXBTC's exchange rate so volatile compared to the other exchanges? Does that leave an opportunity for arbitrage or is it tough getting $ out of ANXBTC /r/Bitcoin

Why is ANXBTC's exchange rate so volatile compared to the other exchanges? Does that leave an opportunity for arbitrage or is it tough getting $ out of ANXBTC /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

30 minutes away from the grand opening of Hong Kong's (the world's?) first brick and mortar bitcoin exchange

30 minutes away from the grand opening of Hong Kong's (the world's?) first brick and mortar bitcoin exchange submitted by BeijingBitcoins to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Hong Kong. Can't get cash, Bitcoin isn't helping

This seems like a great use-case for Bitcoin to me:
I can't find a way to get cash at the moment here. I'm just on a tourist visa at the moment, waiting for a better visa to be processed. When that finally gets processed I'll be allowed a local bank account, which means I can withdraw cash.
Cash is required for the transport system here. Unfortunately my debit card was eaten by the ATM the other day so I have to take cash out via a credit card. This is very expensive. Cash is so common here I'm having to pay through the nose while a new card arrives. I have to pay fees also for the debit card on cash anyway.
1) I contacted many used goods sellers asking if they would be happy to accept Bitcoin. They all refused. A shop selling used goods replied that they can accept a credit card... but they charge 3% for the privilege.
2) In the population of 7 million here there is 1 person selling cash in exchange for Bitcoin on Local Trader. That person is not replying to messages.
3) Local Bitcoins has a few traders but all except one are wanting bank transfers. Banks will not take a customer here without a local ID card.
4) Even a few Taobao sellers in China have refused to accept Bitcoin. That might have been handy.
5) ANXBTC is based here but they are quite expensive for cash withdrawals and it will take a while to setup I'd imagine.
Any other ideas? I only need around 10,000HKD (1,000USD) to cover buying the things I can only really get with cash over the next (hopefully just) 2 or 3 weeks.
In the end I think I'm going to have to just pay the fees. It totally sucks. There should be a card you can load with cash and then withdraw. I can only assume such a thing gets abused?
Edit: Thanks for all your support :) I'll be in contact
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BitCoin Exchange Japan, which one good?

I would like to join the BitCoin wagon and exchange some yen for BitCoins. From https://howtobuybitcoins.info/#!/JPY the following exchanges deal in yen with listed BID/ASK:
No BID/ASK information:
From these exchanges QUOINE has the highest bid, lowest ask, while AnxBTC has the lowest bid and highest ask. So QUOINE seems like a good option since they now have a 0% Trading Fees action.
However I have no experience with any of these exchanges, so can someone share some insights?
Also I don't wish to keep my funds in an online wallet. Is it easy for all exchanges to send BitCoins to my own personal wallet?
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Wagecan shut down their bitcoin-to-mastercard service. Looking for an alternative ...

I live in Southeast Asia and I have used Hong Kong-based https://wagecan.com for over 6 months, I guess. The service was certainly up to snuff. They are an agent for http://transforex.com.
I recently received an email from wagecan, however, that the Hong Kong Monetary Authority no longer allows God-knows-what and that they have to terminate their global service. Duh.
So, I thought that I would use http://anxbtc.com, also in Hong Kong, but they have also had to shut down their global bitcoin prepaid card service.
So, now I am looking for an alternative to these services, in another country, to avoid the Hong Kong Monetary Authority.
Just like before, I just want to dump bitcoins onto an address, let the service do the market operations, and notify me that I can draw a given amount of USD with my prepaid card from pretty much any ATM.
I also use proper bitcoin exchanges, but then for larger amounts. The dump-draw-forget prepaid card services are really good for smaller, quick and dirty, I-need-a-few-hundred-bucks-now situations.
So, goodbye Hong Kong and its financial services, for now. What's my next destination? Any suggestion? ;-)
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For those looking for a bitcoin debit card that can be used globally and not just in Australia...

I don't want this post to sound like an ad, but Hong Kong-based ANX is one of the lesser-known exchanges and I think most people simply aren't aware that their debit card product even exists.
I've been using the international debit card from ANX for the last couple weeks, and it has helped me transition to paying for almost EVERYTHING in bitcoin (in a roundabout way, I suppose).
It has a much higher limit than typical pre-paid debit cards. Other cards I've used in the past would have a $3,300 annual limit and could not be topped up once that limit was reached. The card can hold a balance of $50,000 (usd) and is limited to $1000 ATM withdrawal per day. Also the $50,000 limit is not annual, it can have that much at one time and can be recharged up to that point an unlimited amount of times.
The card is free to use for POS/online purchases, but unfortunately charges 1% for ATM withdrawals. I think the exchange rate they give you when recharging is also slightly less favorable than spot price (even though they claim no top-up fee). Alas, they have to make money on this product somehow, and those fees do not seem too ridiculous.
The initial cost to get the card is somewhat steep (mine was 0.37 BTC, including shipping), but it has more than made up for that in proving itself useful to me. So far I've successfully used it at ATMs, brick and mortar POS, and for purchasing online goods.
Here's a link to compare the different kinds of cards they offer: https://anxbtc.com/pages/#/card-compare
Note: I am not employed by ANX, just a very happy customer! I've been using their platform for trading for more than a year without issue.
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Recently moved to Hong Kong... Please recommend me a good and reliable bitcoin exchange platform out here?

I've got my bank account set up in Hong Kong. Now looking to trade btchkd in my spare time... It would be great if you can tell me why you think the exchange you recommended is a good choice: i.e. rates, promotion, legitimacy, etc... Thanks!
UPDATE: Thanks for your comments, all! I checked out ANXBTC.com and it seems that they don't accept HK bank transfers anymore. So, I'm using Gatecoin.com to trade. Thanks to BitcoinXio for the online list of Hong Kong exchanges!
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BitCoin Exchange Japan, which one good?

I would like to join the BitCoin wagon and exchange some yen for BitCoins. From https://howtobuybitcoins.info/#!/JPY the following exchanges deal in yen with listed BID/ASK:
No BID/ASK information:
From these exchanges QUOINE has the highest bid, lowest ask, while AnxBTC has the lowest bid and highest ask. So QUOINE seems like a good option since they now have a 0% Trading Fees action.
However I have no experience with any of these exchanges, so can someone share some insights?
Also I don't wish to keep my funds in an online wallet. Is it easy for all exchanges to send BitCoins to my own personal wallet?
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Buy/Sell Cheapest Bitcoins with Bank wire

For the entry and exit ways are not the same, but bank wire is feasible in each Exchanges, and bank fees are not included.
Buy 1 bitcoin with USD on the following exchanges:

Bitstamp

[Buy] 0.1%$ + 0.5%BTC
Deposit USD: 0.1% -> Buy BTC: 0.5% -> Withdraw BTC: 0
[Sell] 0.59%$ - Not cheapest to sell since the minimum fee, unless the price more than $15,000/BTC
Deposit BTC: 0 -> Sell BTC: 0.5% -> Withdraw USD: 0.09%

LakeBTC

[Buy] 0.2%BTC - Cheapest to buy!
Deposit USD: 0 -> Buy BTC: 0.2% -> Withdraw BTC: 0
[Sell] (0.4%$ + 5)$ - Cheapest to sell for now until the price reach at $2500/BTC
Deposit BTC: 0 -> Sell BTC: 0.2% -> Withdraw USD: 0.2% + $5

Bitfinex

[Buy] 0.1%$ + 0.2%BTC
Deposit USD: 0.1% -> Buy BTC: 0.2% -> Withdraw BTC: 0
[Sell] 0.3%$ - Not cheapest to sell since the minimum fee, unless the price more than $20,000/BTC
Deposit BTC: 0 -> Sell BTC: 0.2% -> Withdraw USD: 0.1%

BTC-e

[Buy] 1%$ + (0.2% + 0.001)BTC
Deposit USD: 1% -> Buy BTC: 0.2% -> Withdraw BTC: 0.001 BTC
[Sell] 1.7%$
Deposit BTC: 0 -> Sell BTC: 0.2% -> Withdraw USD: 1.5%

Coinbase

[Buy] 1%$
Buy BTC: 1%
[Sell] 1%$
Sell BTC: 1%

LocalBitcoins

[Buy] 1%BTC
Buy BTC: 1%
[Sell] 1%$
Sell BTC: 1%

ANX

[Buy] 0.6%BTC
Deposit USD: 0 -> Buy BTC: 0.6% -> Withdraw BTC: 0
[Sell] (1.1% + 25)$
Deposit BTC: 0 -> Sell BTC: 0.6% -> Withdraw USD: 0.5% +$25

itBit

[Buy] 5$ + 0.5%BTC
Deposit USD: $5 -> Buy BTC: 0.5% -> Withdraw BTC: 0
[Sell] (0.5% + 30)$
Deposit BTC: 0 -> Sell BTC: 0.5% -> Withdraw USD: $30
More exchanges reviews can be found here
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