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NEW: 70K+ BTC @ -5% Gross, -2% Net, Bank Transfer, HSBC, Canada - Look For Seller


Post: 10.3.23​​​​

  • A buyer is looking for 70K+ BTC @ -5% Gross, -2% Net ​

  • Buyer = 2% 

  • Buyerside = 1.5% 

  • Sellerside = 1.5%​

  • Buyer is flexible with his procedure. He just wants to transact safely.



  • Buyer and Seller submit KYC/AML

  • Buyer submits a Letter of Intent (LOI) offering bid to purchase BTC

  • Buyer sends CIS.

  • Buyer and Seller provide POF and POC of 5 BTC for checking

  • One Seller provides 5 BTC POC, buyer proceeds to the bank to make a transfer.

  • When it’s confirmed we start with a first tranche of 50 BTC

  • Seller sends SPA Agreement. Buyer and Seller signs Agreement for Purchase of BTC.

  • POC process: 

  1. Buyer and Seller have a video conference where the seller will create a new wallet on the call with every party watching.

  2. When it's done, the buyer will copy that exact new wallet address, and after the call, the seller sends the amount of BTC to be purchased to the wallet.

  3. If the buyer searches the address and confirms the coins are there, he proceeds to send the first tranche. This is to make sure the seller doesn’t send a random wallet balance or pay someone for Satoshi test.

  4. Buyer needs to verify that seller has the coins in seller's wallet, not another wallet or imported funds.

  5. Once Buyer has verified the coins, Buyer will pay first.

  6. Once confirmed the coins, all parties won’t have a problem with this as it’s just a verification.

  7. Buyer don’t have a problem with paying first but we need leverage​


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 50K-100K BTC @ -6% Gross, -4% Net, USDT, Escrow Attorney Warren Law

Brooklyn, NY, US, Canada - Look For Seller


Post: 10.9.22


  • I am direct to Buyer rep who is direct to Buyer

  • Buyer is buying 50K-100K BTC @ -6% Gross, -4% Net.

  • Buyer is a huge fund based in Canada and payment is not a problem


  • Buyer = 5% (Buyer 4% + Buyer pays Buyerside 1%)

  • Buyerside = 1% (Paid by buyer)

  • Sellerside = 1% (Paid by seller)

  • Escrow fee (Warren Law) = 0.25% (Paid by seller)

  • Daily tranche = 1000 BTC per day ( 250 BTC x 4=1000 BTC )

  • Note: Seller pays 25 bps to Warren Law Firm for escrow. Buyer brokers split 1% and Seller brokers split 1%. Buyer gets 5% discount and Buyer pays 1% commission to buyer brokers so Buyer nets 4% discount. Seller pays 1% commissions to seller brokers.

  • We prefer using USDT to pay the Seller as allows for more frequent transactions of 250 coins per tranche. 



  • POC and POF are done at the same time on one video call.

  • Step 1) Proof of Coin

  • Seller will show actual control of coins by either sending the buyer a Satoshi or by doing an A-B wallet transfer, in an amount told to the Seller by the Buyer, while all pertinent parties are on a video call. 

  • Buyer can show POF on the same call-in fiat and will move to USDT once proof of coin has been completed due to transaction costs involved in doing that before we know actual coins are available.  

  • Step 2) Documentation and KYC

  • To start, both the Buyer and Seller need to pass KYC to the standards of all parties, including the escrow.  Next the SPA and the Escrow agreement are agreed upon by the law firm serving as Escrow, the Buyer and the Seller. 

  • *Note: The law firm serving as escrow has to have multiple lawyers within the firm and pass due diligence.  Also, the Buyer will only pay commissions to the buyside. Seller will pay sellside brokers. Escrow fees can be discussed regarding how they will be paid. 

  • Step 3) Transaction

  • a. The buyer sends the fiat or USDT (collateral) to the escrow agent.

  • b. Escrow attorney confirms the receipt of Fiat or USDT into both parties. 

  • c. Seller confirms and sends BTC to the BUYER’S wallet within a designated amount of time that is agreed upon in the SPA and Escrow agreements. 

  • d. Buyer sends USDT to Seller wallet within a designated amount of time that is agreed upon in the SPA and Escrow agreements.

  • e. If the Buyer does not pay for any one tranche of 250 BTC within the contracted period of time, then escrow attorney releases the Fiat or USDT to the Seller and transaction is over. 

  • f. Repeat process as many times per day as possible, for as many days as needed, until all bitcoins are sold. 


Interested parties should contact :



  • DM Raymond Chai (on Linkedin)

  • Telegram @OTCbiddotcom

  • Telegram: +1 (786) 632 8577



NEW: 700 BTC @ -0% Gross, +3% Net, F2F, Performance Bond, Nigeria, Canada - Look For Seller

(Buyer ; KPRI...XCE-GAIL)

Post: 26.5.22


  • Buyers are looking for 700 BTC @ -0% gross, +3% net

  • Buyers in Canada and Nigeria

  • buyer = 0% 

  • buyerside = 1.5%

  • sellerside = 1.5% 


  • 10 to 100 BTC per tranche


  • PROCEDURE:​:  

  • F2F, Performance Bond

Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 200K BTC @ -8% Gross, -5% Net, B2B or Escrow, Canada - Look For Seller


Post: 20.4.22


  • Buyer is buying 200K BTC @ -8% gross, -5% net​

  • Buyer = 5%

  • Sellerside = 1.5%

  • Buyerside = 1.5%​


  • B2B or Escrow procedures


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 100K BTC with R&E @ 6% gross, 3% net, Bank, Russia, Canada  - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  SAP...LM -TELE)

Post: 6.12.21

  • An institutional buyer is looking for 100K BTC @ -6% gross, -3% net​

  • Buyer = 3%

  • Buyer side = 1.5%

  • Seller side = 1.5%​


  1. Owner of Bitcoins issues LOI to the name of ХХХХХХХХХХХХ. Attn: ХХХХХХХХХХХХХ Director/CEO.

  2. The LOI should indicate under what condition the owner of Bitcoins want to perform: sales, investment/loan contract and target  discount.

  3. The LOI should include basic Bitcoins owner information: contact details and active wallet information.  Upon receipt of LOI ХХХХ

  4. The Buyer (Institutional Financial Entity subsidiary of a Bank) and the Seller exchange a KYC. 

  5. The Buyer and the Seller sign SPA.

  6. The Buyer opens for the Seller a primary General Commercial Operating Business Master Account in the name of the Seller for the purpose of transacting per the terms of SPA and Note: the business account of the Seller will be a Master Account and will contain two segregated business accounts, one will be a fully operational business account opened and the second is a security account (SKR). The Master Account and the segregated business accounts will all be in name of Seller).

  7. The Seller to advise the Buyer of a wallet address under the control of the Seller with a minimum of 500 BTC for Buyer to run wallet analysis.

  8. The Buyer transfers funds to the Seller’s security account (SKR), the amount of transferred funds  should be 150% of the value of the tranches listed in the corresponding tranche schedule or value of the transactional wallet, it should be calculated on the current market value of the BTC in EUR and outlined in Annex A to SPA.

  9. After the execution of the Contract between the Seller and the Buyer takes place; the Seller shall send the Party 2, EUR1000 worth of bitcoin (Satoshi) from the wallet address which will be confirmed by Buyer to verify that Seller is in control of the external crypto wallet/s that Seller is using for the transfer of the bitcoin tranches to the wallet address of Buyer for the purpose of concluding a sales and purchase transaction. Once the transfer fully settles on the blockchain in the wallet of Party 2, the EUR1000 equivalent of bitcoins are returned to the Seller.

  10. The Buyer and Seller mutually agree to a schedule to be outlined in Annex A to SPA.

  11. The Seller, transfers BTC to the Buyer’s wallet as per mutually agreed schedule; the BTC transfer is verified as received after 6 confirmations of transfer to the Buyer’s wallet as confirmed on explorer. In order to fix the BTC Price (EUR), at the moment the BTC transfer has been confirmed by Party 2, Buyer shall communicate to Seller the exact “settlement-BTC price” which is indicative of the BTC Price Fix (EUR) which is based on the average global market price of a BTC for acceptance by the Seller. The Buyer and the Seller choose to cross reference the average global market price with; the Buyer transfers funds estimated as per mutually agreed price ledger to ledger to the Seller’s operational account.

  12. The Seller will generate the Seller Paid Invoice detailing the BTC Price Fix in (EUR), BTC Purchase Price in (EUR) having adjusted for the agreed discount, Total Units of BTC Sent by the Seller, and Total Fiat Amount Due (EUR) from the Buyer. The Seller’s Paid Invoice shall be delivered to the Buyer, at the end of the daily tranche so that trading can resume the following business day repeating until completing contractual quantity.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 1500 BTC with up to 100K BTC @ -7% gross, -4% net, Bank, Escrow Norton Rose, Canada - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  PJES  ANEA-linkl)

Post: 25.11.21

  • A buyer is looking for 1500 BTC with up to 100K BTC @ -7% gross, -4% net​

  • 1500 a day for 60 days with rolls and extensions up to 100,000 after the first 60 days

  • Buyer = 4%

  • Buyer side = 1%

  • Seller side = 1%

  • Intermediaries = 1%

  • First tranche = 250 BTC

  • Buyer mandate wants his fee agreement signed by seller first, then the following procedures.


  • 1. A call with the actual buyer (us) and Actual Seller to make sure they truly agree on procedures and KYC needed.

  • 2. KYC is exchanged and checked

  • 3. POF via coins (we will do cash later, but we keep most money in coins for hedging purposes) and then POC. *If KYC is strong, we may push this step back and go right into the Norton Rose call.

  • 4. Call with ESCROW and discussion to finalize SPA and Escrow Agreement.

  • 5. Signing of SPA and Escrow Agreements

  • 6. We put cash into Norton Rose worth 250 coins

  • 7. Coins sent to our wallet

  • 8. We send money to them via our Signature bank account.

  • 9. If they have US banking, steps 7-8 are repeated 4-6 times a day with money staying on Norton Rose to maintain payment guarantee for the Seller.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 150K BTC @ -8% gross, -5% net, Escrow2Escrow, Piermont Bank, Norton Rose Fullbright, Signature Bank, NY, Canada - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  WA UG-Tele)

Post: 4.7.21


  • An institutional Buyer in Canada is looking for 150K BTC @ -8%gross, -5% net

  • Buyer = 5%

  • Sellerside = 1.5% (open)

  • Buyerside = 1.5% (closed)

  • Escrow = Buyer and seller pay their own escrow fees

  • Preferred sellers from USA, Canada and Europe

  • Buyer can buy 1K-2K BTC per day ( multiple tranches of 250 BTC each)

  • First tranche = 250 BTC

  • Subsequent tranches = 3K-5K BTC till 150K BTC

  • All tranches = Max 250 BTC per tranche

  • Sellers can sell 5000,10000, 20000 separately etc.

  • Piermont Bank or Signature Bank is Buyer's escrow agent which specialises in crypto deals​

  • Seller can use any reputable escrow bank services


  • 1. The buyer and seller sign the purchase contract. The Contract shall contain the exact transfer information and bank details of each party and their respective representatives and intermediaries.

  • 2. The signed Contract is deposited with the respective Escrow Agents who sign it for acceptance and endorsement and provide copies to the Parties (Buyer, Seller, Buyer Mandate, Seller Mandate, Intermediaries Seller Side and Buyer Side). 

  • 3. Within 24 hours of ratification by the Escrow Agents, they exchange proof of funds for the first tranche: The Buyer via a recent active bank statement of US Dollars or Euros via screen or email; The Seller shall show a screenshot to the Buyer via screen or email one of his wallets showing the BTC available for the first tranche.

  • 5. Within 48 hours of verification of the proof of funds, the Buyer will transfer funds to Buyer Escrow Agent, and seller will deposit BTC to Seller Escrow Agent

  • 6. Escrow Agents will notify each other of receipt of funds and BTC

  • 7. Buyer Escrow Agent and Seller Escrow Agent will agree on the procedures for exchange of their respective Funds VS  BTC and proceed to execute it.

  • 8. After mutual delivery has been completed, within 48 hours, Buyer Escrow Agent shall forward the BTC to Buyer's wallet and Seller Escrow Agent shall proceed to send the counter value net of 8% discount to Seller's bank account by wire transfer.  

  • 9. At the same time, the two Escrow Agents shall respectively execute the payments "The Commissions" to brokers.

  • 10. Subsequent tranches shall proceed in a similar manner, tranche by tranche.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 150K BTC @ -10% gross, -6% net, L2L, Escrow2Escrow, Norton Rose Fullbright Escrow, Canada - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  PA SG-Tele)

Post: 19.6.21


  • A genuine institutional Buyer in Canada is looking for 150K BTC @ -10%gross, -6% net

  • Buyer = 6%

  • Sellerside = 2% (open)

  • Buyerside = 2% (1.5% + 0.5% Ray) (closed)

  • First tranche = 5 BTC

  • Subsequent tranches =  250, 3000-5000 BTC till 150K BTC

  • Buyer will use Norton Rose Fullbright escrow                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ​


  • Norton Rose Fullbright will show contractual agreement that client(Buyer) has deposited funds in his escrow account towards purchasing BTC as proof of POF

  • Seller can use his own escrow and also if possible insurance from his escrow, We(Buyer) will transfer funds to his(Seller) escrow covered by insurance 

  • When Buyer received BTC, funds released to Seller

  • We want full insurance from law firm before transferring funds , that's should be key factor

  • Ultimately we have to transfer first in seller escrow account, seller escrow gives assurances to buyer that if btc is not transferred the money will be returned back to buyer

  • That assurances are covered by seller escrow insurance policy

  • Copy of full procedure - TBA


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 15K to 500K BTC with R&E  @ -8% gross, -5% net, B2B, MT103, Canada - Look For Buyer

(Seller : TS JP)

Post: 15.2.21


  • Seller is selling 15K to 500K BTC with R&E from -4% gross to -8% gross

  • Sellerside = 1%-1.5% 

  • Buyerside  = 1%-1.5% 

  • First tranche = 100 BTC

  • 15K-34K BTC : -4 % / -2 % (first tranche min. 100 BTC)

  • 35K-49K BTC : -6 % / -3 % (first tranche min. 35k BTC to receive -3 % net)

  • 50K-500K BTC : -8 % / -5 % (first tranche 50k BTC to receive -5 % net)


  1. Seller sends a draft SPA. Within 24 hours, buyer will fill out with buyer´s required details, SIGN and return the SPA to the seller. Within 24 hours, seller will fill out all required details, SIGN and send back the SIGNED SPA on a PDF format.

  2. A video call is made between buyer and seller.

  3. Proof of funds (POF) and proof of coins (POC) will be exchanged during the video identity verification by the buyer and the seller as follows:

  4. Identity: Original Passport must be presented on video by both parties. Seller will ask for additional ID if necessary.

  5. Wallet: Buyer´s receiving wallet will be submitted privately to the seller.

  6. Proof of funds (POF): Buyer has to login to his/her bank account to show the proof of funds (POF).

  7. Proof of coins (POC): Seller will play the recorded proof of coins video (POC) with personalized code given by the buyer. (No Satoshi or A-B wallet test available).

  8. Buyer´s Bank Officer will initiate an MT199 communication to seller´s bank, informing the bank of the upcoming transfer with stated exact date of the transaction. 

  9. Upon the confirmation of the seller´s Bank Officer, seller issues the invoice and buyer pays the agreed amount of BTC using MT103 Cash Wire Transfer, or Telegraphic Transfer {TT}. Then provide the official bank slip to the seller.

  10. Upon the confirmation of the seller´s designated bank of the confirmed clear receipt of payment to the seller, the seller will release the agreed amount of the BTC to the buyer´s wallet, and then the seller will send the screenshot to the buyer as proof showing that the BTC has been sent.

  11. Buyer has to wait until the six {6} confirmation has been achieved and the Bitcoin {BTC} is finally sitting in buyer´s receiving wallet. Buyer will make it known to the seller by providing the screenshot of the confirmed complete transfer.

  12. Seller pays commission to all involved parties according to the annexed IMFPA-[Insert Code……], and move to the next tranche until contract is exhausted.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 890 BTC @ -0% gross, +3% net, B2B, Bank Of Montreal, Canada, Guam - Look For Seller

(Buyer: PJ  NB)

Post: 10.12.2020​

  • Buyer wants to buy 890 BTC @ -0% gross, +3% net

  • Buyer = +3%

  • Buyerside = 1.5%

  • Sellerside = 1.5%

  • Buyer bank = Bank Of Montreal

  • Payment method: Bank to Bank


  • KYC Exchange

  • POF: Bank Statement 

  • POC: Seller creates a blockchain wallet and conducts a video call with the buyer to confirm the wallet is not a duplicate  and it doesn’t containing flash bitcoins or imported funds

  • After the call, the seller sends first tranche amount of bitcoins to the new wallet and send screenshot or wallet address from the wallet to the buyer to confirm.This proves coin availability and wallet control.

  • After this, the buyer proceeds to initiate payment (wire transfer) and BTC is sent afterwards '


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 50K-100K+ BTC @ -6% gross, -4% net, Escrow, Prime Trust, Canada - Look For Seller

(Buyer: SH  PJ)

Post: 1.12.2020​

  • Buyer is looking to buy 1K BTC per day with no limit on quantity at -6% gross, -4% net

  • Buyerside = Closed (1% Paid by buyer)

  • Sellerside = 2% ( 2 or 3 people max )

  • Minimum 1K BTC​ per day until contract exhausted


  • 1. Regulated institutional buyer requires full KYC disclosure. Buyer can share KYC first

  • 2. Buyer to provide SPA for Seller review or Seller has SPA.

  • 3. Prime Trust handles the entire transaction as Escrow Agent

  • 4. Buyer already has an account set up at Prime Trust

  • 5. Seller to set up an escrow account at Prime Trust

  • 6. Or Buyer can help the Seller to set up at Prime Trust.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 100K+ BTC @ -5% gross, -2% net, Signature Bank, Wilmington Trust, Canada - Look For Seller

(Buyer: W M)

Date: 17.6.2019

  • I have a Canadian buyer interested in 100K plus BTC, -5% gross, -2% net

  • Buyer side = 3 people

  • Escrow transaction through a well known provider (They have used Signature Bank and Wilmington Trust Previously but a different well known Escrow would be acceptable, no online only providers)

  • ​Look for legitimate seller


Interested parties should contact :



NEW: 300K BTC @ -5% gross, -2% net, HSBC, Canada - Look For Seller

(Buyer: C.... S)

Date: 21.5.2019

  • I have a buyer who wants to buy 300,000 BTC based in Canada.

  • Buyer can provide KYC, NCNDA, PASSPORT ID, additional government ID 

  • POF ($800m in a HSBC account) 

  • The first transaction size: 10,000 coins 
    Second transaction: 20,000 coins 
    Third transaction: 50,000 coins 
    Forth transaction: the remainder amount 

  • The most important thing that the buyer is requiring from the seller is a Satoshi test with at least 10,000 coins received and not exceeding 500 transactions in that wallet.

  • My buyer is not interested in any OTC desk that has multiple sources to provide that amount of volume. If the seller is single source then my buyer is interested

  • Buyer is able to onboard Signature Bank

  • ​Look for legitimate seller


Interested parties should contact :



NEW: 300K-600K+ BTC @ -5% gross, -3% net, L2L, Canada - Look For Seller

(Buyer: M R)

Date: 7.2.2019

  • Do you have verified BTC sellers at this time?

  • No brokers or self proclaimed mandates.

  • Buyers attorneys at large national firm in Canada that have completed $3Billion in BTC transactions in 2018.

  • Verified buyer, AML, KYC looking for large blocks of btc for L2L transaction.

  • Can arrange call with attorney.


Interested parties should contact :



NEW: 50K-100K BTC @ -4% gross, -1.5% net, Canada - Look For Seller

(Buyer: S O)

Date: 21.12.2018

  • My buyer representative is direct to a reliable and proven institutional buyer

  • Buyer looks for at least 5,000 to 100,000+ bitcoins. 

  • 100K btc at -1.5% of market rate

  • 100K btc, -4% gross, -1.5% net, -1.25% buyer side, -1.25% seller side

  • Escrow, B

  • Flexible procedures

Seller Mandate Only

Interested parties should contact :



NEW: 100K BTC @ -3% gross, -1% net, Montreal, Canada - Look For Seller

(Buyer: A H)

Date: 18.12.2018

  • I am direct to Canadian Buyer

  • The buyer is looking to buy large sums of BTC on a regular basis - in batches of 100K per transaction

  • 100K btc at -1% of market rate

  • 100K btc, -3% gross, -1% net, -1% buyer side, -1% seller side

  • Transaction through qualified escrows - pay by wire transfer

  • Escrow procedures.

Seller Mandate Only

Interested parties should contact :



NEW: Up to 2M BTC @ -7% gross, -4% net, Dentons, Toronto - Look For Seller

(Buyer: J C)

Date: 13.12.2018

  • OTC - Dentons Sell Procedures: The closing of the transaction will take place in Toronto Canada at the law offices of Denton Canada LLP.

  • Buyer reuqests that Proof of Coin occur within a 72 hour window from the point that Proof of Funds has been provided.

  •  1. Seller provides public address of wallet to be used in the transaction for analysis.

  •  2. KYC: Nexus Networks will complete initial Know-Your-Customer process and client verification which will be submitted to Dentons legal.

  • 3. Seller demonstrates control of wallet with signed message; satoshi test or agreed code.

  • 4. Nexus confirms trade wallet is available for purchase to only KYC approved and vetted buyers.

  • 5. Dentons will be retained by the Seller.

  • 6. Dentons will open a trust account in the Seller’s name. The account can be in the Seller’s desired (major) banking institution and region.

  • 7. Dentons attests to the Bitcoins.

  • 8. NexusNetworks Buyer(s) are assigned to engage with the Seller in trade process.

  • 9. Dentons attests to the Buyer(s) financial capability.

  • 10. Dentons will attest that the Buyer’s funds are from clear, clean and non-criminal origin and to the Buyer’s capacity to purchase the number of Bitcoins.

  • 11. Sale Purchase Agreement (“SPA”) and Escrow Agreement are drafted unique to each trade. 12. The SPA will be approved by the Seller then signed and counter signed by the Buyer with negotiated rates and fees. Nominated Paymaster is Dentons associate.

  • 13. (Optional) Coins are transferred into Nexus Networks insured custodianship to be sent to buyer for 3 confirmations on the blockchain.

  • 14. Buyer will wire transfer funds to the Seller “in trust by Dentons” into the trust account for the purchase of the first tranche (tranche size upto 100k BTC) of the SPA.

  • 15. Seller will push equal to the amount of the funds of first tranche directly to the Buyer from the account In trusted to Dentons.

  • 16. Dentons will immediately remit to the Seller the purchase price once the Bitcoins have been verified a minimum of 3 times on the bitcoin blockchain.

  • 17. Advisor’s fees will be allocated and distributed as set forth in the Irrevocable Advisory Agreement, which will be signed by the Seller’s counsel.

Seller Mandate Only

Interested parties should contact :

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