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NEW: 20K-100K+ BTC @ -6% Gross, -4% Net, B2B, L2L, Escrow, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, UBS, London, Geneva, Switzerland  - Look For Seller


Post: 10.7.23     


  • Ultra-high-net-worth individual Buyers are looking for 20K-100K+ BTC @ -6% gross, -4% net

  • Buyer = 4%

  • Buyerside = 1% 

  • Sellerside = 1%​​

  • Minimum =10K Bitcoin​​


  • Bank to Bank. Payment can be made with FIAT or USDT

  • Can use Bank of America/Merrill Lynch (London) or UBS (Geneva) and other Tier 1 International banks.

  • Lawyer to Lawyer, ESCROW, Ledger to Ledger. Can use Swiss based law firm.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 150K-200K BTC @ -8% gross, -4% net, B2B, Ledger2Ledger, HSBC UK,  London - Look For Seller


Post: 21.12.22


  • An Investment firm is looking for 150K-200K @ -8% gross, -4% net 

  • Ledger to ledger in HSBC London

  • Tranches depending on capacity of the seller. 8/4

  • Buyer = 4%

  • Buyerside = 2%

  • Sellerside = 2% 



  1. Initial Meeting between Buyer and Seller representatives.

  2. ​Buyer and seller SIGNED SPA in PDF format.

  3. Proof of funds (POF): The Bank of the buyer issues SWIFT MT799 POF to the Bank of Seller, or Buyer’s bank officer confirms to Seller’s bank officer Buyer’s readiness and ability to transact on this SPA.

  4. Proof of coins (POC): Buyer is to select one of the below options: The seller will show the readiness to proceed for the first tranche by sending a Satoshi test from his wallet to buyer´s wallet.

  5. Buyer’s bank makes payment LEDGER TO LEDGER HSBC UK, LONDON for the current tranche.

  6. After receiving and confirmation of the  LEDGER TO LEDGER HSBC UK, LONDON notification at seller‘s bank, the seller transfers Bitcoins to the buyer’s wallets for the said amount stated in the LEDGER TO LEDGER HSBC UK, LONDON through BLOCKCHAIN at the rate of the day -4% net discount. The transfer of BTC must be realized within 24 hours after receipt of Swift notification. The commission must be paid by seller to the agents under an agreement, which is included in this agreement.

  7. Additional tranches will be repeated until the total volume is settled.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 50K+ BTC @ -6% Gross, -3% Net, Bank, F2F, L2L, Bank, Wallet2Wallet, UBS, HSBC, Zurich, London - Look For Seller


Post: 15.9.22



  • Buyer = 3%

  • Buyerside = 1% 

  • Sellerside = 1% 

  • Buyer’s and Seller's Intermediaries = 1% 

  • Minimum = 5000 BTC

  • First tranche = 500 BTC



  • Buyer and Seller representatives have zoom call, discuss procedure and agreed

  • Set time and place for face-to-face transaction. Seller to show POC AND CONTROLS THE WALLETS to the Buyer. The Buyer to show POF. Capacity to do the first tranche of minimum 500 BTC.

  • The parties to agree on Ledger to Ledger in UBS Zurich Switzerland. 

  • Seller will send the SPA to the Buyer to complete and sign it.

  • STEPS:


  • 2. After signed and exchanged SPA, Buyer and Seller representatives will meet and face-to-face transaction.

  • 3. The Seller’s Representative will show POC, with his wallet to the Buyer for the first BTC tranche and SHOW THE CONTROL OF THE WALLET and Buyer will show funds ready for the Seller.



  • 6. AFTER VERIFICATION, Buyer transfers funds for the first tranche to Seller's nominated account at the UBS Zurich.

  • 7. Seller confirms that the payment has been received and cleared(L2L) at UBS Zürich.

  • 8. Seller/Buyer TAKES BTC OUT OF THE NEUTRAL WALLET and sends to Buyer's wallet address nominated by Buyer, which must be verifiable by Seller’s Representative.

  • 9. Buyer’s Representative confirms received of BTC in his wallet and verified on the blockchain are good and signed together with the Seller’s Representative. The same procedure will be done for all future tranches


  • 11. Seller and Buyer continue the tranches until the total BTC contract is completed.

  • Steps 1-11 to be continued until total BTC of this SPA has been delivered including rolls and extension

  • Other option of Escrow procedure via escrow lawyer can be discussed and agreed upon.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 15K-60K BTC @ -8% Gross, -5% Net, France, Dubai, London  - Look For Seller

(Buyer : SPA...WAL-tele)

Post: 3.11.21

  • Buyer in Dubai/London is looking for 15K BTC @ -8% gross, -5% net

  • I am direct to official mandate (Two partners and attorneys in France) of the buyer for this first transaction

  • Only with a top bank safe procedure

  • Buyer = 5%

  • Buyerside = 1.5% (open)

  • Sellerside = 1.5% ​​


  • Meeting and signature to bank in Suisse, Luxembourg, Belgium, UK or France

  • Escrow account is possible

  • Seller to show POC and Wallet

  • Buyer can issue a collateral/payment guarantees like SBLC to get BTC, but it's only second choice.

  • Can be Deutsche Bank, UBS, JP Morgan, Barclays, HSBC, ...

  • Looking for seller with a safe and secure bank solution for the buyer.

  • Please submit a draft SPA to examine the terms.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 100K up to 1M BTC @ -6% gross, -3% net, MT103/GPI, Bank2Bank, London - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  TFRA  SALI-linkl)

Post: 18.10.21

  • A global financial institution (FI) is looking for 100K up to 1M BTC  @ -6% gross, -3% net

  • Buyer = 3% 

  • Sellerside = 1% 

  • Buyerside = 1% (closed)​

  • Facilitators = 1% (closed)

  • FI = Financial Institution (Buyer)



  • The Bitcoin sales process is an easy step by step procedure, fast and efficient:

  • A) Genealogy filled by all brokers (if needed NCNDA too)

  • B) Final Genealogy will be sent to buyer FI

  • C) FI will contact the seller directly to get started with step (D)

  • D) A_B wallet test to show availability and control of coins by seller executed as follows:

  • 1. The buyer FI will create an empty wallet (B) and submit the wallet address to seller and seller changes the password to be the owner of this wallet (B)

  • 2. The seller sends a BTC test amount from seller's wallet (A) to seller's empty wallet (B)

  • 3. Buyer FI checks the legitimacy of the A-B wallet test.

  • E) FI answers with a contract, when the contract is fine for the seller, then the seller signs the contract and then FI signs the contract.

  • F) The bitcoin amount of each tranche shall be transferred to the wallet controlled by the seller in accordance with the Agreement before the Bank Transaction Procedure is initiated as follows:

  • 1. The seller sends current tranche to seller's wallet (B)

  • 2. After the six Blockchain confirmations, buyer FI transfers the Turbo Swift MT103/GPI of the required amount of funds to the seller's account.

  • 3. Where the seller receives the funds, he releases BTC from seller's Wallet (B) to FI wallet

  • 4. FI will pay commission by an appointed Paymaster (Kxxxx lawyer) to the brokers.

  • G) Repeat step F until contract is exhausted.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 50K-150K BTC @ -7% gross, -5% net, B2B, Switzerland, London - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  URI PHO-TELE)

Post: 30.9.21

  • A buyer is looking for 50K-1500K BTC @ -7% gross, -5% net

  • Buyer = 5% 

  • Sellerside = 1% 

  • Buyerside = 1% (closed)

  • 1. Tranche 500 -1000 – 5000  BTC

  • 2. Tranche 5000  BTC

  • 3. Tranche 5000  BTC



  • The parties sign this sales contract (SPA) in advance by email. In addition, each individual contract page is initially confirmed with the abbreviation so that no changes can be made later by third parties.   Copies will be exchanged via email. * In addition, the identity card is attached by all involved.

  1. The seller is able to provide formal proof of the possession / existence of the BTC  and hereby expressly declares this with the ID number .................... from his .............. ...... wallet. Since several transactions are agreed, the seller undertakes to load the .............. ...... Wallet with the corresponding number of BTCs before each transaction, to report this to buyer and to allow it to be checked. 

  2. The ID number ................... of the .............. ...... Wallet is at the same time the contract number and the purpose for all transfers. The contract must be fulfilled and executed by ................ The exact date will be agreed individually between the parties. 

  3. The seller sells the bitcoins in his name or on behalf of a consortium that collects the bitcoins and makes them available in a .............. ......wallet. As soon as the buyer has paid the down payment in the amount of the current purchase price into an account. Only then can the final processing be allowed. 

  4. All transfers are made via MT 103/202 or SEPA (bank to bank) to an account of the seller account, which is named by the seller in good time. However, no later than when the invoice is issued. If the seller has proven the BTC on his .............. ...... wallet, the buyer undertakes to give his bank the order to send an MT 199 to the seller's bank and to announce the money transfer MT 103/202 or via SEPA.

  5. In the unlikely event that this security deposit is not 100% provided, the contract cannot be fulfilled because the Bitcoin offered will then not be available on the seller's wallet. Both parties already agree today that this sales contract will then be invalid. 

  6. In return, the seller hereby grants the buyer an irrevocable right of first refusal to all available Bitcon.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 50K-150K BTC @ -7% gross, -5% net, B2B, Bit Shield Wallet, Switzerland, London - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  URI PHO-TELE)

Post: 24.9.21

  • A buyer is looking for 50K-1500K BTC @ -7% gross, -5% net

  • Buyer = 5% 

  • Sellerside = 1% 

  • Buyerside = 1% 

  • 1. Tranche 500 -1000 – 5000  BTC

  • 2. Tranche 5000  BTC

  • 3. Tranche 5000  BTC



  • The parties sign this sales contract (SPA) in advance by email. In addition, each individual contract page is initially confirmed with the abbreviation so that no changes can be made later by third parties.   Copies will be exchanged via email. * In addition, the identity card is attached by all involved. Buyer appoints a trustee, notary, or bank to handle the BTC.

  • Processing via Bit Shield WALLET:        

  • The app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store, then load 500 - 1,000 or 5,000 BTC for the first tranche onto the BitShield WALLET. Send screenshots of the loaded BTC including ID number to the lawyer / trustee / escrow. After checking the BTC on the BitShield WALLET, the seller's bank receives a pre-notification MT199 from the buyer's bank. After agreement between the banks, the buyer undertakes to immediately place a bank transfer with SEPA or MT103 / 202, including commission for the intermediary. 

  • All transfers are made via MT 103 or SEPA (bank to bank) to an account of the seller or an attorney / escrow escrow account, which is determined in good time by the seller. At the latest, however, when the invoice is issued. 

  • After successful receipt of payment, the seller must give clearance to his bank officer or trustee to transfer the number of BTC purchased from his BitShield wallet to the buyer's BitShield wallet, and both contracting parties declare that the transaction is complete. In the same context, the next transaction is being discussed and prepared by both sides. This process is repeated until the contract with BTC ... ..... has been fulfilled in full. 

  • The purchase contract is deemed to have been completed as soon as the money is in the seller's possession and the bitcoins have been transferred from the seller to the buyer. 

  • If the seller or the buyer violate provisions of the provisionally signed sales contract, he is obliged to pay a contractual penalty in the amount of 3% of the total order value. 

  • All parties are bound to discretion and only persons who have been agreed in advance will be entrusted with this. Any breach is considered a breach of contract and leads to the agreed contractual penalty of 3% becoming due. 

  • The seller confirms that the BTC are freely available, free from third party rights and do not originate from criminal activities. 

  • The price is agreed as follows: According to the morning fixed price at 10 a.m. New York time, the BUYER pays the corresponding price minus the agreed gross discount of - xx%, and a fee of xx% is paid for intermediaries.

  •  The buyer and seller decide on the transferring banks during the transfer period.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 400K BTC @ -7% gross, -4% net, Bitshield Wallet, MT103, B2B, Bank, London - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  GH JK-Gail)

Post: 29.7.21


  • A Buyer is looking for 400K BTC @ -7%gross, -4% net

  • Buyer = 4%

  • Buyerside = 1.5% 

  • Sellerside = 1.5% 

  • First tranche = 1000 BTC

  • Subsequent tranches = 10000 BTC​



  • Seller to show BTC in Bitshield wallet :

  • a.) Seller owns BTC

  • b.) Seller can move BTC.


NEW: 150K - 300K BTC @ -6% gross, -3.5% net, F2F, B2B, London - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  BMA SA-Link)

Post: 28.7.21


  • A Class A Bank in London is looking for 150K-300K BTC @ -6%gross, -3.5% net

  • Buyer = 3.5% (include mandate)

  • Buyerside = 1.25% 

  • Sellerside = 1.25% 

  • First tranche = 1000 BTC

  • Subsequent tranches = 10000 BTC

  • Best will be with a f2f introduction meeting between both parties.

  • The meeting can be in London or Zurich. Preferred in London as the bank is here.



  • (1) Contract signed by Buyer; Contract signed by Seller

  • (2) Face to Face Meeting (F2F is preferred), Payment: Bank to Bank

  • (3) Extra security for a F2F meeting brought by Buyer: The same BTCs of the respective tranche is available on a hard-wallet + Password on the table during tranche execution. (BTC provided by Buyer as extra security and trust to the Seller)

  • (4) Seller sends BTC to wallet of Buyer.

  • (5) When BTC have arrived with 6 (six) confirmation a turbo swift transfer is initiated by Buyer. Turbo swift means the money is settled within 15 to 30 minutes to the destination account.

  • (6) Buyer starts from a small tranche (e.g. 20-100 BTC) in order to build step by step trust for higher sizes of a tranche.

  • (7) Repeating tranches starting again and again at step 3 until inventory of the seller is exhausted.

  • Benefits:

  • ✔️ World class bank as buyer for you btc inventory

  • ✔️ 100% safe process

  • ✔️ 100% fast process


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 100K BTC with R&E @ -7% gross, -4% net, Escrow, Kingdom Trust, UK, London - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  TAR VS-Gail)

Post: 1.7.21


  • A Russian Buyer in London is looking for 100K BTC with R&E @ -7%gross, -4% net

  • Buyer = 4%

  • Sellerside = 1.5% 

  • Buyerside = 1.5% ​​​​

  • Escrow fee = Paid by buyer and seller 50/50

  • Kingdom Trust Escrow

  • Escrow holds the funds until BTC are delivered directly to the buyers wallet.


  1. Seller to pass KYC with Buyer. 

  2. After KYC, sign agreement with buyer, seller and custodian Kingdom Trust

  3. Transfer funds and coins to Custodian account.

  4. Custodian do the rest as per agreement.

  5. Custodian takes care of buyer and seller and make sure both are paid.

  6. Seller/Kingdom Trust pays all broker fees immediately after tranche completed.


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 50 BTC @ -0% Gross, +6% Net,  Cash, F2F, London   - Look For Buyer

(Seller : PD...TY)

Post: 7.3.21


  • Seller is selling 50 BTC daily @ -0% gross, +6% net ​​

  • Buyer = +6%

  • Buyerside = 3%

  • Sellerside = 3% 

  • Looking for BTC Buyer for cash in London


Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 100K BTC with R&E @ -8% Gross -5% Net, Escrow, London, UK - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  UA....VG)

Post: 31.1.2021

  • London Regulated Buyers want to buy 100000 BTC with R&E @ -8% gross, -5% net.

  • Sellerside = 1% 

  • Buyerside = 1%

  • Escrow = 1% ​​

  • Preferably UK based Escrow with well known international Escrow firm eg. Linklaters, Dentons, Prime Trust


  • KYC, LOI, POF, POC managed through Escrow provider Linklaters

  • 1. Buyer and Seller sign a Letter of Agreement or SPA with final details of the transaction. IMFPA to be signed by all parties.

  • 2. Buyer transfers funds to nominated Escrow company.

  • 3. Seller transfers BTC to nominated Escrow company

  • 4. Escrow Lawyers analysed, confirmed coins and cleared history. Funds in Escrow transferred to Seller's Bank Account

  • 5. Seller confirmed receipt of funds, lawyers transfer Seller's BTC to Buyer's private Wallet

  • 6. Escrow distributes commissions to brokers, dealers and mandates etc.


Interested parties should contact :


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