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NEW: 100K BTC With R&E @ -9% Gross, -5% Net, Escrow, Michael Rubin, USA - Look For Seller

(Buyer ; KNO...TAH-TELE)

Post: 29.9.22

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  • The rep is direct to Buyer

  • BUYER IN USA IS LOOKING FOR 100K+ BTC @ -9% GROSS, -5% NET

  • Buyer = 5%

  • Buyerside = 2% 

  • Sellerside = 2% 

  • First tranche = 100-500 BTC

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  • PROCEDURE:

  • Step A:

  • Buyer and Seller representatives will meet on a conference call to discuss the procedures and once agreed, set the time for executing the BTC Transaction(s) (“BTC Transaction”) and related Escrow arrangements via the Law Offices of Michael J Rubin. On the basis of a successful call, the transaction continues in its process, as follows: 

  • All transaction related documents (e.g., fully signed NCND, Sale & Purchase Agreement (“SPA”), Irrevocable Master Fee Protection Agreement (“IMFPA”), Escrow Agreements and any other documents deemed necessary or appropriate to consummate the BTC Transaction (collectively the “BTC Transaction Agreements”) will be executed by both Parties before any assets are moved; and 

  • The Buyer will show proof of funds (“POF”) through Escrow Attorney (Michael J Rubin), bank escrow accounts screen shot, Letter of Attestation (“LOA”) or bank confirmation letter (“BCL”) or tear sheet, or as

  • otherwise mutually agreed. 

  • Step B:

  • Following all documentation and communication is in place, both Parties shall verify Proof of Coin (“POC”) & POC through the Law Offices of Michael J Rubin.

  • Step C:

  • After all Agreements are completed by both Parties, Seller shall send the first tranche (“BTC Tranche” or “Tranche”)) consisting of (100-500) BTC to Law Offices of Michael J Rubin as Escrow BTC Wallet (“Escrow Agent”).  Escrow Agent shall notify Buyer that the asset(s) has been delivered by Seller into escrow wallet account.

  • After verifying that BTC is in Escrow, Buyer shall transfer first tranche of USD or USDT to Escrow Agent account. 

  • Step D:

  • The Seller will then immediately send the relevant and full number of BTC for the remaining Tranches, to the Escrow Agent(s)’ s BTC Wallet, which must be verifiable by the Buyer. 

  • Step E:

  • The Escrow Agent shall confirm, if it is the case, that all of the BTC under each of the BTC Tranches has been successfully received and that the relevant BTC Tranche(s)s is/ are completed.

  • Step F: 

  • (This Step is completed by the Escrow Agent/Paymaster)

  • The Seller shall, within 3 (three) hours of its receipt of the transfer by the Buyer as referred to, transfer the Buyers & Seller’s Consultants Commissions (in full in BTC/cleared FIAT) to the Consultants’ relevant (to a bank account/BTC wallet address nominated in writing by the Consultants and in strict accordance with the provisions of that certain Bitcoin Consultants’ Fee Consultants’ Agreement dated [                     ] relating to Transaction Code No. [                              ] (“The Consultants’ Agreement”).  Notwithstanding any other provision in these procedures or the Agreement to the contrary, the Seller shall always remain exclusively liable to pay the Consultant’s Commission.

  • Step G:

  • Seller and Buyer continue the BTC Tranches, on a daily or mutually agreed upon basis, until the Contracted Agreement total of BTC is completed, including any agreed upon rollovers and extensions.

 

 

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NEW: 12K-200K BTC with R&E @ -6% gross, -3% net, F2F, ERC20, USDT to BTC Swap, Miami - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  PJAY GRAY-GAIL)

Post: 23.9.22

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  • A Buyer in Miami is looking to buy 12K-200K BTC  @ -6% gross, -3% net

  • Buyer = 3%

  • Buyerside = 1 %

  • Sellerside = 1 %

  • Buyside intermediaries = 0.5%

  • Sellerside intermediaries = 0.5%

  • Buyer in Miami to start with $228M USD for BTC OR USDT

  • BTC seller accepting USDT (BTC) 200,000 BTC with R&E

  • Includes conversion to 1% USDT-ERC20 standard

  • $1 exchange on both sides to initiate forensics test.

  • Payment mode = USDT  TRANSFER VIA DIRECT PAYMENT TO SELLER’S DESIGNATED WALLET 

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  • PROCEDURE : 

  • Buyer and Seller sign the SPA agreement.

  • $1 exchange on both sides to initiate forensics test.

  • Buyer deposits USDT(ERC-20) equivalent of $1 USDT to seller’s designated wallet

  • Note: buyer must notify seller via email before deposit/transfer and obtain approval.

  • Seller makes a test transfer of Min $1 worth of BTC from a fresh new storage wallet containing not less than 12,000 BTC to buyer’s designated wallet.

  • Buyer pays for the first tranche via USDT to seller’s designated wallet address.

  • Note: Before any payment buyer must notify seller (at least one hour before payment) via email and obtain approval via email.

  • Seller confirms the receipt of the USDT (ERC20) and credits the coins to buyer’s designated wallet. 

  • Seller pays all commissions and discount by BTC/USDT or FIAT into the  Paymaster IOLTA account/wallet address as applicable & other parties nominated wallet addresses. 

  • Next tranches will continue as per steps until contract exhausted.​​

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

Brooklyn, NY, US, Canada - Look For Seller

(Buyer ; SHOW PJAH-GAIL)

Post: 10.9.22

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  • 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

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  • 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. 

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  • PROCEDURE:

  • 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.

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Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 10K-150K BTC @ -6% gross, -3% net, USDT to BTC Swap, Escrow Attorney's IOLTA, New Jersey, USA - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  TALI 00-TELE)

Post: 27.7.22

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  • A Buyer is looking for 10K-150K BTC @ -6% gross, -3% net

  • Buyer = 3%

  • Buyerside = 1.5%

  • Sellerside = 1.5%

  • Tranches = 1000 - 2500+ BTC per day, every day, until the seller run out of BTC

  • Tranches = Looking to do 20+ tranches per day

  • PROCEDURE : 

  • Buyer will send $5M - $10M in fiat to a US based escrow attorney's IOLTA account.  If the seller has preferred attorneys, just send me a list and I'll check them out with the buyer.  If not, we can provide the Seller with a few we work with.

  • The escrow just acts as a guarantee for the seller in case the USDT does not show up.

  • So the steps would be

  • 1) Paperwork signed, etc

  • 2) BUYER MOVES FIRST -- $5M - $10M  into escrow

  • 3) Seller sends $5M - $10M of BTC to Buyer's wallet

  • 4) Buyer sends $5M - $10M of USDT to Seller's wallet

  • 5) Repeat steps 3 & 4 up to 20 or more times per day

  • Escrow is NOT involved in the transactions.  Again, it's just a guarantee for the seller and eliminates the "who moves first" in coin-to-coin transactions.

  • Please note that the buyer is not interested in using a custodian wallet.  They would prefer to have the fiat sit in a US escrow IOLTA account which is insured and regulated.  If, for whatever reason, the BTC does not arrive, they can get their funds back.  If, for whatever reason, USDT is not received by seller after sending BTC, the seller is paid in full by the fiat in escrow.  This eliminates the risk of who moves coins first in a wallet to wallet transaction.

  • Total coins needed -- Buyer can contract for almost any amount, but they are looking to transact 1000 - 2500+ BTC per day, every day, until the seller is out of BTC.

  • Tranche size -- equal to whatever is put in escrow -- in this case $5M or $10M.  Seller would send $5M or $10M in BTC.  Looking to do 20+ tranches per day

  • Currency to be exchanged -- stable coin, specifically USDT (any type) or USDC

  • PROCEDURES would therefore be (after paperwork and test tranches) :

  • 1) Funds move to escrow.

  • 2) Buyer provide seller with buyer's nominated wallet details to receive his BTCs.

  • 3) Seller sends BTC equal to the amount of USD in escrow at market price.

  • 4) Buyer sends USDT back to seller's nominated wallet at send price in #3 

  • 5) Steps 3 & 4 repeat 20x per day.

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Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 20K BTC @ -5% Gross, -2% Net, USDT to BTC Swap, Escrow  - Look For Seller

(Buyer ; SLALIT PJAI -GAIL)

Post: 24.7.22

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  • Buyer is buying 20K BTC @ -5% gross, -2% net

  • USDT TO BTC SWAP

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  • Buyer = 2% 

  • Sellerside. = 1.5%

  • Buyerside = 1.5% ​​​

  • PROCEDURE : ESCROW

  1. Initial Engagement - The SPA including IMFPA is signed by both parties.

  2. Proof of Funds - Recent screenshot of the buyer’s USDT wallet and wallet address.

  3. POC - a) Seller send screenshot of his BTC wallet and wallet address. b) Buyer conducts forensics (Coin Analysis Report).

  4. Transactional Procedure for Escrow:

  • a)  Seller and buyer appoint an escrow agent for the transaction(attorney preferably).

  • b)  Escrow agent creates a new Atomic wallet or Trust or Coinbase (decentralized wallet only for easier transaction). Once everything is confirmed.

  • c)  The buyer sends the first tranche of USDT to the escrow agent’s wallet.

  • d)  Escrow attorney confirms the receipt of USDT in his wallet and sends screenshots to the seller.

  • e)  Seller confirms and sends BTC to the buyer wallet directly or to the escrow attorney’s wallet then the escrows attorney sends to both parties.

  • f) Escrow agent must not be an attorney, can be an individual trusted and vetted by both parties but an attorney is preferred.

  • Steps 1 through 4 are repeated until the order is completed

 

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NEW: 25K-100K+ BTC @ -6% gross, -3% net, IOLTA, USDT(ERC-20), Zurich, US, HK - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  TRICH PHOO-TELE)

Post: 6.7.22

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  • A Buyer is looking for 25K-100K+ BTC @ -6% gross, -3% net

  • Buyer in Zurich and US, has up to $30 billion to spend (1.5M BTC)

  • Buyer mandate is in Hong Kong

  • Buyer = 3%

  • Group 1 = 1%

  • Group 2 = 1% (closed)

  • Group 3 = 1%

  • Min tranche = 1000 BTC equivalent USDT

  • Payment mode = USDT  TRANSFER VIA DIRECT PAYMENT TO SELLER’S DESIGNATED WALLET 

  • PROCEDURE : 

  1. Buyer and Seller sign this agreement.

  2. Buyer deposits USDT(ERC-20) equivalent of $ 1000 USDT to seller’s designated wallet

    Note: buyer must notify seller via email before deposit/transfer and obtain approval.

  3. Seller makes a test transfer of Min $ 1000.00 equivalent BTC from a fresh / new storage wallet contaning not less than 1,200 BTC (with Max 10 transactions) to buyer’s designated wallet.

  4. Buyer pays for the first tranche via USDT to seller’s designated wallet address.

    Note: Before any payment buyer must notify seller (at least one hour before payment) via email and obtain approval via email.

  5. Seller confirms the receipt of the USDT (ERC20) and credits the coins to buyer’s designated wallet. 

  6. Seller pays all commissions and discount by BTC/USDT or FIAT into the  Paymaster IOLTA account/wallet address as applicable & other parties nominated wallet addresses. 

  7. Next tranches will continue as per steps 4&5 until contract exhausted.

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Interested parties should contact :

NEW: 5000 BTC @ 0% Gross, +3% Net, USDT to BTC Swap, Escrow, P2P, Wallet2Wallet, US - Look For Seller

(Buyer ; PJOH HB -TELE)

Post: 2.7.22

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  • Buyer is buying 5000 BTC @ 0% gross, +3% net

  • USDT TO BTC SWAP

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  • Buyer = +3% (Buyer pays premium)

  • Seller = 1% 

  • Sellerside. = 1%

  • Buyerside = 1% ​​​

  • PROCEDURE 1 : ESCROW

  • Step 1) Initial Engagement

  • The SPA including IMFPA is signed by both parties.

  • Step 2) Proof of Funds

  • Recent screenshot of the buyer’s USDT wallet and wallet address.

  • Step 3) Proof of Coins and Forensics
    a) Seller send screenshot of his bitcoin wallet and wallet address.

  • b) Buyer conducts forensics (Coin Analysis Report).

  • Step 4) Transactional Procedure for Escrow:

  • a)  Seller and buyer appoint an escrow agent for the transaction(attorney preferably).

  • b)  Escrow agent creates a new Atomic wallet or Trust or Coinbase (decentralized wallet only for easier

  • transaction). Once everything is confirmed.

  • c)  The buyer sends the first tranche of USDT to the escrow agent’s wallet.

  • d)  Escrow attorney confirms the receipt of USDT in his wallet and sends screenshots to the seller.

  • e)  Seller confirms and sends BTC to the buyer wallet directly or to the escrow attorney’s wallet then

  • the escrows attorney sends to both parties.

  • f) Escrow agent must not be an attorney, can be an individual trusted and vetted by both parties but an attorney is preferred.

  • Steps a) through d) are repeated until the order is completed

  • PROCEDURE 2 : P2P 

  • Step 1) Initial Engagement

  • Both parties will signup on coinconcord.com, The buyer and seller will verify their account (optional).

  • Step 2) Window time

  • Buyer and seller schedule window time, for this transaction and a telegram group is created for all parties involved to communicate easily.

  • Step 3) Proof of Coins and Forensics
    a) Buyer and seller will both onboard the platform and deposit USDT and BTC to their respective wallets for trade.

  • b) POC is to show the USDT balance via video with seller’s name and date written on paper and Seller will show his BTC wallet balance video with buyer’s code name and date written on paper too.

  • Step 4) Transactional Procedure for Escrow:

  • g)  Seller creates a trade on the P2P escrow for first tranche, the buyer spots the trade and requests to

  • trade with seller.. once the seller accepts the trade request from the buyer the buyer has less than 1 hour to send USDT to the USDT address provided by the seller while creating the trade.

  • h)  The seller confirms receipt of USDT and clicks “Payment received” then the value in BTC is automaBcally sent to the buyer from his balance.

  • i) Seller pays the consultancy fees via BTC. Same Transaction Process procedures is repeated daily until the contract is exhausted.

  • Steps are repeated until the order is complete

  • PROCEDURE 3 : (WALLET TO WALLET):

  • BUYER AND SELLER EXCHANGE KYC.
    BUYER SHARES USDT WALLET ADDRESS AND SCREENSHOT OR VIDEO OF AVAILABLE USDT.

  • A-B WALLET TEST ON LIVE ZOOM CALL BETWEEN PRINCIPLES: Seller creates a new wallet on zoom call(Trust Wallet or Atomic wallet, no exchange wallet or unknown wallets allowed). Seller gives the buyer the wallet address of the empty wallet on the call(coin movement won’t be done on zoom for security reasons).

  • After the call, the price is locked and the seller sends the amount for the agreed first tranche from his wallet A to the new wallet B and sends screenshot to the buyer.The buyer searches the wallet on blockchain explorer to confirm coin availability, wallet control and coin movement.

  • After six full confirmation of the coins on the blockchain the buyer sends USDT for the agreed first tranche to the seller’s nominated USDT wallet address and share screenshots.

  • Seller confirms USDT in his wallet and immediately sends bitcoins to the buyer’s nominated BTC wallet address.

  • For subsequent tranches the buyer sends USDT and the seller sends the coins to the buyer unBl the full tranche is fully exhausted.

  • The commission must be paid by seller to the agents under the IMFPA. Upon completion of the transacBon, both parties

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Interested parties should contact :

NEW: $200 Million Plus USDT @ -6% Gross, -4% Net, Bank Transfer, Emirates NBD, Dubai  - Look For Seller

(Buyer ; XA SE-TELE)

Post: 15.6.22

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  • Dubai Buyer is buying $200 Million plus USDT @ -6% gross, -4% net

  • Buyer can provide physical cash (if the seller wants that - He can do AED or USD)

  • The buyer is a member of a Dubai based crypto fund (so he’s easy to trace)

  • Preferably direct to seller or seller mandate

  • Buyer = 4%

  • Sellerside. = 1% 

  • Buyerside = 1% ​​

  • Tranches = 5 million USD per day

  • If Seller wants physical cash, it will be -7% Gross - 5% Net to Buyer.

  • PROCEDURE:​​​

Buyer is expecting to receive 4% as his fee to help the Seller exit his USDT into his ENBD account. That’s not easy to do in Dubai, which is why he always charges a fee.

 

So the Buyers offer currently is price +4 %, and it’s +6% if we include 2% for all intermediaries fees. 

 

The Seller to pay fees for intermediaries.

 

For example, as per the 1m USDT Tranche:

1. Seller sends 1m USDT PLUS cost 40K (4%) USDT (Paid to Buyer)

2. Buyer sends equivalent AED of 1m USDT into Sellers ENBD Account

3. Seller pays all intermediaries 2% ie 20K USDT for structuring the transaction

So to receive $1m USD. Seller will be spending $60K USD ie 6% in costs.

  • We need a direct seller or seller mandate.

  • Note: If buyer sees a long chain of people he has to deal with, he switches off. But if we can hand him directly over to the seller with full knowledge, the seller will take care of us all, then it can work

SELLER MANDATE ONLY

Interested parties should contact :