Zug

ZUG

SELLERS

 

NEW: 20K - 100K BTC with R&E @ -12% Gross, -7% Net, Ledger2Ledger, Signature Bank, Escrow, Iolta, Zug, Switzerland - Look For Buyer

 

(Seller ; ZA PE-tele)

Post: 5.11.21

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  • Seller is selling 20K-100K BTC @ -12% gross, -7% net

  • Buyer = 7%

  • Operational Platform = 1% (closed)

  • Buyerside = 1.5%

  • Buyer facilitator = 0.5%

  • Sellerside = 1.5% (closed)

  • Seller facilitator = 0.5% (closed)

  • Buyer and Seller agree to 3% non-performance penalty

  • First tranche = 3000 BTC

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  • PROCEDURE (Ledger2Ledger):

  • The Buyer’s mandate and seller’s mandate will review the offer and describe the transaction, duties and responsibilities of each party with agreed terms and conditions of the Purchase Contract Agreement.

  • The Buyer will provide Proof of Funds availability (Official Bank Statement) showing fund availability to pay for the Bitcoin.

  • The Seller send Proof of Coin (POC) via email (wallet Image, Wallet Video and Wallet Address showing Bitcoin availability and recent transaction). Buyer confirms receipt of POC and verifies its authenticity by checking the wallets balance on Blockchain for thorough verification.

  • The Seller shall immediately transfer the Bitcoin to Buyer’s Wallet on receipt of proof of fund availability, and withhold block confirmation until full payment is received, Buyer confirms receipt of Bitcoin in its wallet, verify its authenticity.

  • The Seller send corporate invoices with bank coordinates to the Buyer to make full payment via wire transfer for the total amount of bitcoin received.

  • The Seller pays Brokers and Facilitators commissions based on their bank coordinates provided in the contract agreement.

PROCEDURE (Escrow):

  • The Buyer’s mandate and seller’s mandate will review the offer, duties and responsibilities of each party with agreed terms and conditions of the Purchase Contract Agreement.

  • After Buyer is cleared and no report of blacklist and non-performance, Buyer will receive Purchase Contract Agreement and complete it with all details including Buyer’s consultant paymaster coordinates. The buyer completes and executes the Purchase Contract Agreement accompanied with a three (3) days old Official Bank Statement as Proof of Funds to show funds availability for payment of the first tranche.

  • The Seller sends Proof of Coin (POC) via email (wallet Image, Wallet Video and Wallet Address showing Bitcoin availability and recent transactions), thereafter Buyer confirms receipt of POC and verifies its authenticity by checking the wallets balance on Blockchain for thorough verification, thereafter the Seller shall countersign the purchase agreement.

  • The Seller will submit the copy of the signed purchase contract agreement to the Escrow Agent, and then the Escrow Agent will notify the Buyer via email, the Buyer countersign and submit to the Escrow Agent the copy of the seller’s signed purchase contract agreement in order to set up the escrow transaction process.

  • Once the transaction has been established with the Escrow Agent, a copy of the Escrow Agreement will be sent to the Buyer and Seller, both parties sign the Escrow Agreement and sends it to the Escrow Agent for reference purpose.

  • The Escrow Agent signed and notarized the Escrow Agreement and sends a copy via email to both parties respectively for confirmation that all parties are satisfied with the Escrow Agreement and ready to proceed with the escrow arrangement immediately.

  • The Buyer then requests an invoice from the Escrow Agent to pay for the bitcoin. The Buyer makes payment and sends proof of payment to the Escrow Agent for confirmation. The Escrow Agent confirms payment, thereafter send an instruction mail to the Seller confirming the Buyer’s payment and to release Bitcoin to the Buyer’s Wallet Address.

  • The Buyer confirms receipt of Bitcoin in his wallet and notifies the Escrow Agent to release full payment to the Seller's nominated bank coordinate. The Seller will release commission to the consultants via their paymaster. Paymasters shall be responsible for the disbursement of commissions as noted in their respective genealogy agreement. Seller shall not be responsible for commission disputes or paymaster duties and actions.

  • The Seller confirms to the Escrow Agent and the Buyer that funds have been received and commissions have been settled, therefore the transaction for the tranche is concluded, both parties validate the transactions and closed it.

  • BUYER MANDATE ONLY

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