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April 22, 2014, 05:59:50 PM
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i like pakistan. it is islamic country but not follow islamic law. President of Pakistan is Mamnoon Hussain. god bless pakistan
Thanks for your good wishes I sure you are Pakistani but living any other country right?

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April 22, 2014, 06:46:15 PM
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I wonder how Pakistanis exchange their BTC / altcoin assets with their local currencies.
Is there any online exchange, a grey market out there? or something we don't know yet?
You can PM me if it is too confidential information Wink
its not difficult I am doing all this for last 6 months if you want to sell and buy bitcoins then can contact me

I'm looking to sell some BTC, are you interested in buying them or refer me to someone who could do that?
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April 22, 2014, 06:54:55 PM
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I wonder how Pakistanis exchange their BTC / altcoin assets with their local currencies.
Is there any online exchange, a grey market out there? or something we don't know yet?
You can PM me if it is too confidential information Wink
its not difficult I am doing all this for last 6 months if you want to sell and buy bitcoins then can contact me

I'm looking to sell some BTC, are you interested in buying them or refer me to someone who could do that?
How much you want to sell and what payment method you will like for payment receiving

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April 22, 2014, 07:01:15 PM
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I wonder how Pakistanis exchange their BTC / altcoin assets with their local currencies.
Is there any online exchange, a grey market out there? or something we don't know yet?
You can PM me if it is too confidential information Wink
its not difficult I am doing all this for last 6 months if you want to sell and buy bitcoins then can contact me

I'm looking to sell some BTC, are you interested in buying them or refer me to someone who could do that?
How much you want to sell and what payment method you will like for payment receiving

About 2 BTC. And I think WU or MG would be good
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April 22, 2014, 07:55:12 PM
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I wonder how Pakistanis exchange their BTC / altcoin assets with their local currencies.
Is there any online exchange, a grey market out there? or something we don't know yet?
You can PM me if it is too confidential information Wink
its not difficult I am doing all this for last 6 months if you want to sell and buy bitcoins then can contact me

I'm looking to sell some BTC, are you interested in buying them or refer me to someone who could do that?
How much you want to sell and what payment method you will like for payment receiving

About 2 BTC. And I think WU or MG would be good
You are not in Pakistan because I was thinking you are in so still I have no problem in this

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April 22, 2014, 07:57:47 PM
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I wonder how Pakistanis exchange their BTC / altcoin assets with their local currencies.
Is there any online exchange, a grey market out there? or something we don't know yet?
You can PM me if it is too confidential information Wink
its not difficult I am doing all this for last 6 months if you want to sell and buy bitcoins then can contact me

I'm looking to sell some BTC, are you interested in buying them or refer me to someone who could do that?
How much you want to sell and what payment method you will like for payment receiving

About 2 BTC. And I think WU or MG would be good
You are not in Pakistan because I was thinking you are in so still I have no problem in this

I'm from Pakistan and currently living in Karachi Cheesy We could do Easypaisa/Omni but I think they have like 20k limit per month on one NIC?
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April 22, 2014, 07:59:49 PM
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I wonder how Pakistanis exchange their BTC / altcoin assets with their local currencies.
Is there any online exchange, a grey market out there? or something we don't know yet?
You can PM me if it is too confidential information Wink
its not difficult I am doing all this for last 6 months if you want to sell and buy bitcoins then can contact me

I'm looking to sell some BTC, are you interested in buying them or refer me to someone who could do that?
How much you want to sell and what payment method you will like for payment receiving

About 2 BTC. And I think WU or MG would be good
You are not in Pakistan because I was thinking you are in so still I have no problem in this

I'm from Pakistan and currently living in Karachi Cheesy We could do Easypaisa/Omni but I think they have like 20k limit per month on one NIC?
Bank transfer is better and safe if you agree and I have no problem in this can send you easily

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April 22, 2014, 08:02:05 PM
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I wonder how Pakistanis exchange their BTC / altcoin assets with their local currencies.
Is there any online exchange, a grey market out there? or something we don't know yet?
You can PM me if it is too confidential information Wink
its not difficult I am doing all this for last 6 months if you want to sell and buy bitcoins then can contact me

I'm looking to sell some BTC, are you interested in buying them or refer me to someone who could do that?
How much you want to sell and what payment method you will like for payment receiving

About 2 BTC. And I think WU or MG would be good
You are not in Pakistan because I was thinking you are in so still I have no problem in this

I'm from Pakistan and currently living in Karachi Cheesy We could do Easypaisa/Omni but I think they have like 20k limit per month on one NIC?
Bank transfer is better and safe if you agree and I have no problem in this can send you easily

Oh great. So how are we going to do this?
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April 22, 2014, 08:04:15 PM
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I wonder how Pakistanis exchange their BTC / altcoin assets with their local currencies.
Is there any online exchange, a grey market out there? or something we don't know yet?
You can PM me if it is too confidential information Wink
its not difficult I am doing all this for last 6 months if you want to sell and buy bitcoins then can contact me

I'm looking to sell some BTC, are you interested in buying them or refer me to someone who could do that?
How much you want to sell and what payment method you will like for payment receiving

About 2 BTC. And I think WU or MG would be good
You are not in Pakistan because I was thinking you are in so still I have no problem in this

I'm from Pakistan and currently living in Karachi Cheesy We could do Easypaisa/Omni but I think they have like 20k limit per month on one NIC?
Bank transfer is better and safe if you agree and I have no problem in this can send you easily

Oh great. So how are we going to do this?
you give me your bank details and send btc I send you payment in just few minutes as I confirmed these btc in my wallet if you agree ?

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April 22, 2014, 08:06:45 PM
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I wonder how Pakistanis exchange their BTC / altcoin assets with their local currencies.
Is there any online exchange, a grey market out there? or something we don't know yet?
You can PM me if it is too confidential information Wink
its not difficult I am doing all this for last 6 months if you want to sell and buy bitcoins then can contact me

I'm looking to sell some BTC, are you interested in buying them or refer me to someone who could do that?
How much you want to sell and what payment method you will like for payment receiving

About 2 BTC. And I think WU or MG would be good
You are not in Pakistan because I was thinking you are in so still I have no problem in this

I'm from Pakistan and currently living in Karachi Cheesy We could do Easypaisa/Omni but I think they have like 20k limit per month on one NIC?
Bank transfer is better and safe if you agree and I have no problem in this can send you easily

Oh great. So how are we going to do this?
you give me your bank details and send btc I send you payment in just few minutes as I confirmed these btc in my wallet if you agree ?

I think we can use an escrow with me paying his fee. Also at which rate do you buy BTC?
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April 22, 2014, 08:08:47 PM
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I wonder how Pakistanis exchange their BTC / altcoin assets with their local currencies.
Is there any online exchange, a grey market out there? or something we don't know yet?
You can PM me if it is too confidential information Wink
its not difficult I am doing all this for last 6 months if you want to sell and buy bitcoins then can contact me

I'm looking to sell some BTC, are you interested in buying them or refer me to someone who could do that?
How much you want to sell and what payment method you will like for payment receiving

About 2 BTC. And I think WU or MG would be good
You are not in Pakistan because I was thinking you are in so still I have no problem in this

I'm from Pakistan and currently living in Karachi Cheesy We could do Easypaisa/Omni but I think they have like 20k limit per month on one NIC?
Bank transfer is better and safe if you agree and I have no problem in this can send you easily

Oh great. So how are we going to do this?
you give me your bank details and send btc I send you payment in just few minutes as I confirmed these btc in my wallet if you agree ?

I think we can use an escrow with me paying his fee. Also at which rate do you buy BTC?
bitstamp-3 and if you want to use escrow then I have no problem

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April 22, 2014, 08:12:25 PM
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I wonder how Pakistanis exchange their BTC / altcoin assets with their local currencies.
Is there any online exchange, a grey market out there? or something we don't know yet?
You can PM me if it is too confidential information Wink
its not difficult I am doing all this for last 6 months if you want to sell and buy bitcoins then can contact me

I'm looking to sell some BTC, are you interested in buying them or refer me to someone who could do that?
How much you want to sell and what payment method you will like for payment receiving

About 2 BTC. And I think WU or MG would be good
You are not in Pakistan because I was thinking you are in so still I have no problem in this

I'm from Pakistan and currently living in Karachi Cheesy We could do Easypaisa/Omni but I think they have like 20k limit per month on one NIC?
Bank transfer is better and safe if you agree and I have no problem in this can send you easily

Oh great. So how are we going to do this?
you give me your bank details and send btc I send you payment in just few minutes as I confirmed these btc in my wallet if you agree ?

I think we can use an escrow with me paying his fee. Also at which rate do you buy BTC?
bitstamp-3 and if you want to use escrow then I have no problem

Alright. I'll let you know about this tomorrow since it's night here.
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April 23, 2014, 07:15:15 AM
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I could provide the Escrow service if I had a permanent access to Internet. Still you can use my service if you like. Will do it for Free. Smiley

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April 23, 2014, 07:40:06 AM
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Lets open a pakistan exchange.
I can get the platform up and running if a few traders can make sure to use the platform.
Lets get a thing going for this ?
Pakistan needs to be in the loop hole for this.
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April 23, 2014, 09:25:26 AM
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pakistan is  a islamic country. Pakistan is a federal parliamentary republic consisting of four provinces and four federal territories.
Its a wrong way for increasing your post counts please share some good stuff and correct informations now 5 provinces

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April 24, 2014, 09:18:52 AM
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Lets open a pakistan exchange.
I can get the platform up and running if a few traders can make sure to use the platform.
Lets get a thing going for this ?
Pakistan needs to be in the loop hole for this.
Duke


Well not the right time to open an exchange cause Cryptocurrency is still very new to Pakistanis and 95% people don't even know about Bitcoin.  Sad

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April 24, 2014, 10:10:31 AM
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Lets open a pakistan exchange.
I can get the platform up and running if a few traders can make sure to use the platform.
Lets get a thing going for this ?
Pakistan needs to be in the loop hole for this.
Duke


Well not the right time to open an exchange cause Cryptocurrency is still very new to Pakistanis and 95% people don't even know about Bitcoin.  Sad
I believe less thne 1% peoples now about bitcoin because its not stable thing

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April 25, 2014, 11:26:08 PM
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Lets open a pakistan exchange.
I can get the platform up and running if a few traders can make sure to use the platform.
Lets get a thing going for this ?
Pakistan needs to be in the loop hole for this.
Duke


Well not the right time to open an exchange cause Cryptocurrency is still very new to Pakistanis and 95% people don't even know about Bitcoin.  Sad
I believe less thne 1% peoples now about bitcoin because its not stable thing

Bitcoin ko goli maro, in Pakistan no body will invest in Bitcoin Miners reasons being : bijli, internet, and the price.

Aap logon ko mainai RupayaCoin diya lekin aap log BTC ki peepri bajao.

Kisi ko agar rupaya chaihiyai mujhai apna address pm kardai.

Rupaya
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April 26, 2014, 06:06:27 AM
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Lets open a pakistan exchange.
I can get the platform up and running if a few traders can make sure to use the platform.
Lets get a thing going for this ?
Pakistan needs to be in the loop hole for this.
Duke


Well not the right time to open an exchange cause Cryptocurrency is still very new to Pakistanis and 95% people don't even know about Bitcoin.  Sad
I believe less thne 1% peoples now about bitcoin because its not stable thing

Bitcoin ko goli maro, in Pakistan no body will invest in Bitcoin Miners reasons being : bijli, internet, and the price.

Aap logon ko mainai RupayaCoin diya lekin aap log BTC ki peepri bajao.

Kisi ko agar rupaya chaihiyai mujhai apna address pm kardai.

Sir,

Rupaya coin also won't do anything great until it follows the path of innovation. By the way are you from India?? Aur hum log BTC ko as a measuring tool dekhtay hain at least  me. kiun k BTC agar itna popular honay ke baad bhi Pakistan mein mein itna Maqbool nahi hai to aur coins kaisay ho saktay hain.

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April 26, 2014, 07:27:32 AM
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I dont know what you guys are talking about but the reason bitcoin isnt popular in india is because it is illegal over there to do anything with bitcoin.

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