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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. 


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