Buy Bitcoin Online, Safe And Fast Directly With Bankofcommunity.com
Everyone Can Get Rich With Bitcoin In The World Of CryptoCurrency Buy Bitcoin Online, Safe And Fast Directly With BankofCommunity.com You can buy BitCoin online, safe and fast directly with BankofCommunity.com. We sell BitCoins for people who are interested in investing/payment purpose with bitcoin but do not want to purchase from overseas exchange such as Coinbase, Kraken, BitStamp, Circle or btc-e using USD. They need you to do wire transfer in advance and wait for few days for payment clearance. If youre confident into bitcoin investment and looking into long term profit. Just to keep some bitcoins and for the price to go up. Advantages of buying from BankofCommunity.com We aim to be trusted re-seller of selling bitcoin locally in Singapore/Malaysia/United States. You can get your bitcoin immediately instead of waiting for wire transfer period, processing period, as well as saving all those transaction fees. You dont have to go through the hassle for registering Bitcoin Exchange website. Lets us do the job for you as your trust Bitcoin Partner. (Besides, our rate almost the same as the exchange eventually) Think of buying it? Not sure how long to get your bitcoins after payment? Test to buy from us and youll know it. From sending payment to receiving your Bitcoins usually will take less than 5 minutes, longest will be 10 minutes that is my assurance. (Our team will always be contactable, almost 24/7). A. United States buy Bitcoin in US with Cash, bank transfer, Chase Quickpay, Venmo. Cash Deposit: Malaysia Major Banks like MayBank,Public Bank andCIMB Bank D. PayPal Buy bitcoin with verified PayPal users E. Western Union Buy bitcoin with Western Union Due to price fluctuating in the matters of MINUTES, were unable to confirm the price at here. so please contact Jony Continue reading >>
Luno Bitcoin Wallet 4+
Thank you for your feedback so far. If you have any suggestions please visit luno.com/help Want to learn more about Bitcoin or Ethereum? Visit luno.com/learn Thank you for your feedback so far. If you have any suggestions please visit luno.com/help Want to learn more about Bitcoin or Ethereum? Visit luno.com/learn Ability to improve privacy by setting the app to lock when it is closed Full iPhone X support including in-app notifications Improved designs to in-app notifications Updated UI and in-app help for the personal details form Thank you for your feedback so far. If you have any suggestions please visit luno.com/help Want to learn more about Bitcoin or Ethereum? Visit luno.com/learn Ability to improve privacy by setting the app to lock when it is closed Full iPhone X support including in-app notifications Improved designs to in-app notifications Updated UI and in-app help for the personal details form Thank you for your feedback so far. If you have any suggestions please visit luno.com/help Want to learn more about Bitcoin or Ethereum? Visit luno.com/learn Ability to improve privacy by setting the app to lock when it is closed Full iPhone X support including in-app notifications Improved designs to in-app notifications Updated UI and in-app help for the personal details form Thank you for your feedback so far. If you have any suggestions please visit luno.com/help Want to learn more about Bitcoin or Ethereum? Visit luno.com/learn Thank you for your feedback so far. If you have any suggestions please visit luno.com/help Want to learn more about Bitcoin or Ethereum? Visit luno.com/learn Thank you for your feedback so far. If you have any suggestions please visit luno.com/help Want to learn more about Bitcoin or Ethereum? Visit luno.com/learn Thank you for your feedb Continue reading >>
- Coinbox is totally free, there is no fee for buying or selling bitcoin in our marketplace - Coinbox works in real -time, which mean your deposit and withdraw in maybank or cimb will be processed automatically in seconds - Free coin deposit and withdrawal (we paid the miner fee) - 2FA protection to our members for free. - Earn 10% comission for every your downline transaction for life time, (10% is from withdrawal comission) - We have the most advanced tracking and real time affiliate system Coinbox runs on the highest 256 bit encryption including daily security audit. Coinbox is established and run inside Malaysia law territory, not outside malaysia. once something happened to your wallet or money , you wont have any protection to claim if the company established outside malaysia , anyway. If you wish to have a partnership or other inquiries you can send email to roy[at]NoCoinSpambox.biz (remove the no spam) for support as always you can use livechat, phone or email at [email protected] http:// local bit coins. wc. lt/ verified.html 1. Found a site on FB , name is "Bitcoin Malaysia Sale" using the maybank account of "marish molah malek". User reported a loss of MYR xxxx a few months back. The recent MYCOIN scam in Hong Kong is a case in point: The MYCOIN aka Kryptomining marketing guy was in KL last year and tried to fish for victims at Nasi Dagang Capital If you are unsure of a company or person in the bitcoin industry, please ping me on Whatsapp or Telegram. Continue reading >>
Get Into Bitcoin (newbie For Malaysian)
Bitcoin had got into a buzz these days. People who do not understand about Bitcoin will end up losing their money to HYIP s and scammers. As for me, I started browsing about Bitcoin and keep on reading about the blockchain technology. In short, Bitcoin is a digital asset that uses peer-to-peer technology to perform transaction with no central authority. This post is about my experience on how to start with Bitcoin. Do not fall victim to HYIPs that claim to be investing in Bitcoin. Research and understand about Bitcoin before investing in it. There is a simple explanation on 'What is Bitcoin?' here . When you are ready to get involve in this revolutionary technology, there are a few ways to get your first Bitcoin. The easiest way to get Bitcoin is through exchange. For myself, I bought my Bitcoin through Luno . First, register an account in Luno and log in to your account. Then, go to 'Wallets' (shown in figure above) and click on 'DEPOSIT'. Luno has CIMB bank account and Maybank account. You can also deposit money from other bank accounts. Follow the instructions provided by Luno and you can see your fund shown up in the MYR wallet. After you have your fund, click on the 'Exchange' to go to the trading floor. Go to place order, key in the amount of Bitcoin (BTC) and the exchange rate for 1 Bitcoin in MYR. Confirm your order and click 'Place Buy Order', the system will automatically match your buy order to the sell order. This is how you obtain your first Bitcoin through exchange. There is a very good article regarding on how to buy Bitcoin in Malaysia in case you want to try other exchanges. Second way to get Bitcoin is to mine them. Before you start mining, you have to understand how Bitcoin mining works . In a nutshell, you need to acquire bitcoin mining hardware to Continue reading >>
The Emergence Of Fintech: Where Does Malaysia Stand?
Being the largest bank in Malaysia, it is no surprise that Maybank is amongst the first few banks embracing fintech. Historically Maybank has always been quick to adopt new technology as evidenced by the fact that several years back Maybank was one of the first to implement online banking. In 2015 Maybank organised the Maybank Fintech 2015 in partnership with local VC firm L337 Ventures and over 100 technology companies from 10 countries took part in the event. In 2016 Maybank will target at least 200 companies to take part in the initiative. Maybank sees Maybank Fintech as a tremendous opportunity for themselves to harness the startups ecosystem regionally, to acquire the best innovation ideas in financial technology. Their focus for this year will be in the areas of: Mobile Banking, Payments, Lending, Distributed Database (Blockchain), Asset Management, Humanising Financial Services (Financial Inclusion), Security, IOT, Islamic Finance, Big Data Our Maybank Fintech programme is a unique platform for aspiring innovators to showcase their ideas. We want to be a central member of the Fintech community in the region, to help grow and support entrepreneurs, by providing them with an avenue to connect directly with the financial industry. Micheal Foong, Group Chief Strategy Officer, Maybank With 7.5 million customers in Malaysia alone and over 40,000 employees across the ASEAN region, CIMB bank is Malaysias second largest bank. CIMB launched their incubation programme known as Innochallenge in May 2015. The goal is the ideation and creation of new fintech solutions. In this programme, both CIMB and the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDeC) actively mentored the fintech startups. They have picked 4 winners from that pool of fintech startups and they are currently deve Continue reading >>
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Technically, yes. Mnemonic phrases are basically passwords after all, often 12-words long, so assuming he knows how all this works and how to use it (which I really doubt), it'd be relatively easy for him to gain access to my acc. It's in a safe for that reason, but that's mostly a deterrent. I also have a custom passphrase on top of that, so even if he knows the full recovery phrase, he'd still be stuck at that part. So he'd have to somehow brute force his way through without the custom passphrase, which is pretty unlikely. He knows the thing is valuable to me, but doesn't know how much there really is in there. Most importantly, I absolutely trust the guy, he's the last person I'd expect to betray my trust like that. 7 points 4 months ago edited 4 months ago Here's some guide to help the users who are stuck. Luno lets you convert your MYR or BTC to ETH. From there just go to your ETH wallet and transfer it to another ETH wallet or an exchange with ETH wallet and trade it back to BTC. You will only incur a small transaction and maker/taker fee depending on the exchange's fee policy. Either way, if you want to cash out also is up to you, thought there will may be withdrawal fee of 1-3%. In any case, anyone who consider themselves a serious owner of their cryptos should always have a separate default wallet that does not sit with an exchange or anyone else! Continue reading >>
Anyone Here Buy Bitcoin? (do Not Advertise/post Referrals/emails)
Anyone here buy bitcoin? (do not advertise/post referrals/emails) Yes, but they also say it won't be so soon. Yes, but they also say it won't be so soon. Ya. Was a pity. They had the zero fees if you queued to buy in the exchange That is really a bad experience. I hope you will get to resolve the case eventually. Please update us on your progress. Coinbase returned the money today (37 days) after I posted about my experience on Reddit. Who using coinhako ? i just transferred 1 btc from blockchain wallet to coinhako to try sell it and withdraw but being over an hour but still don't see the btc in coinhako account. Now i am getting worried if it will even come.. Any advise? when i did the same and transfer to coinbase, i can also immiedately see in coinbase account. Thanks Who using coinhako ? i just transferred 1 btc from blockchain wallet to coinhako to try sell it and withdraw but being over an hour but still don't see the btc in coinhako account. Now i am getting worried if it will even come.. Any advise? when i did the same and transfer to coinbase, i can also immiedately see in coinbase account. Thanks used coinhako a year ago and sometimes it does take some time depending on the size of the bitcoin u can go to this site: , key in the unique code n u can see where ur btc is going (forgot whether it does estimate the amount of time required also or not) Continue reading >>
How Do I Withdraw Money To My Bank Account?
How do I withdraw money to my bank account? How do I withdraw money to my bank account? How do I withdraw money to my bank account? If you wish to withdraw money from your Luno wallet to your bank account, you're in the right place. First things first: please make sure you have added your bank account details so we know where to send your money. Withdrawing money from Luno to your bank account Go to your WALLETS page by clicking it from the menu. Select your local currency wallet and click on WITHDRAW. From the withdrawal page, ensure that the correct bank account is selected and enter the amount you wish to withdraw. Enter the one-time pin from your Google Authenticator app (if enabled) and click on WITHDRAW. Note: Withdrawals to customer bank accounts are done every business day (not including weekends and public holidays). Some banks will clear the payments in a few hours. With others it can take up to two business days. Sadly this is out of our control. For more information about withdrawal cutoff and processing times, please see the withdrawal schedule . Continue reading >>
"only After Regulation Will Banks Work With You" - Japanese Exchange Operator Kayamori On Singapore Expansion - Bitcoin News
Only After Regulation Will Banks Work With You Japanese Exchange Operator Kayamori on Singapore Expansion Can a legal, licensed crypto exchange be unregulated at the same time? While that might sound counter-intuitive, cryptocurrency exchanges that expand to overseas markets are finding themselves in this strange situation. They have legal, licensed status in their native home country, but are in legal purgatory in the new markets they expand into. Mike Kayamori, CEO of Quoinex, the first Japanese licensed crypto exchange with a global presence, sits down with Marcel from news.Bitcoin.com to talk more on being a licensed exchange from Japan in uncharted legal waters in Singapore. Also read: PNC Bank Threatens to Close Customers Account for Buying Bitcoin Marcel: Tell me more about the differences in Bitcoins regulatory framework in terms of Japan v Singapore. Quoinex has a license to operate an exchange according to the Japanese Financial Services Agency, but recently ran into issues with the CIMB bank in Singapore. Japan has a regulation framework, Singapore has a zero tolerance policy. Mike:We are a global exchange. We started in Singapore. Relocated to Japan last March due to advice from the Japanese FSA. This was because 80% of our trading volume was in Japanese Yen. It took us 18 months to get licenced and registered in Japan. There, we have 6 or 7 banks that provide banking services for us. Regulation is clear. If you are a regulated exchange you offer your services to Japanese residents. Its not clear in Singapore. Theres no bill, even though something will be announced by the end of the year. Then, that needs to pass and legislation will take 3 more months. Until these details are out there, banks will not take you seriously. The most difficult thing for exchan Continue reading >>
Bank Negara To Decide By Dec 31 If Alternative Cryptocurrency Should Be Banned
Bank Negara to decide by Dec 31 if alternative cryptocurrency should be banned Decision soon: Muhammad speaking at the launch of the conference in Kuala Lumpur. He says if Malaysia decides to recognise digital currencies, then guidelines will be issued on Malaysias approach towards investing in it. KUALA LUMPUR: Those investing in cryptocurrency will know by the end of the year if it would be a legal investment scheme in Malaysia. As other countries have increasingly banned this form of currency, Bank Negara governor Tan Sri Muhammad Ibrahim said that it would make a decision on the matter by the end of the year. In less than three months, we should be able to give you more details, he said when asked if there were any plans to place a ban on cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, similar to what had been done by Chinas government. Muhammad said that if Bank Negara decided to recognise cryptocurrency, then guidelines would be issued by the end of the year on Malaysias approach towards investing in it. The guidelines that we will be issuing before the end of the year will address issues in terms of registering the players, collecting data and ensuring that whatever they do will be transparent, he told reporters on the sidelines of the 9th International Conference on Financial Crime and Terrorism Financing (ICFCT). It was earlier reported that Bank Negara was planning to unveil guidelines on cryptocurrencies by the end of this year. Muhammad recently said that this new form of currency had attracted much attention internationally, and that the guidelines would also relate to anti-money laundering and terrorism financing. A statement by Bank Negara back in January 2014 said that bitcoin is not recognised as legal tender in Malaysia. Other countries in the region that have plac Continue reading >>
A Guide To Sending Money Overseas
Sending money overseas can be tricky. In this simple guide, we explore some of the most common ways you can do this, as well as their pros and cons. Sending money abroad can be a hassle. There are a multitude of options to select from and each has its own pros and cons. Heres a list of six options for transferring money from Malaysia to an overseas destination to help you figure out the best method for you. The traditional method of sending money abroad, telegraphic transfer moves funds from your bank account to another bank account overseas. The bank will require you to fill in a form and a small fee is charged. Most major banks allow you to initiate telegraphic transfers online. Fixed, destination-based fees regardless of the amount transferred. Other services like Western Union, MoneyGram and PayPal scale their fees according to the amount sent, destination and currency. Both sender and recipient pay a fee. The amount of fee charged is bank-dependent; some banks offer a flat rate regardless of destination, some scale it according to the destination. Takes a few days for the money to arrive in the recipients bank account. The transfer procedure is arduous: there are a lot of details to fill up just to initiate the transfer. Western Union allows you to send money as cash to an overseas recipient or directly to the recipients bank account. Western Union is one of the fastest methods to send money overseas. Cash-to-cash transfer only takes a few minutes to reach your recipient (who have to collect the money at a Western Union branch at his or her location). Direct-to-bank transfer arrives in your recipients bank account within an hour. Your recipient does not need to have a bank account. There are around 2,300 Western Union locations in Malaysia, and most major banks of Continue reading >>
How Do You Buy Bitcoin In Malaysia?
Hey guys, if youre wondering how to buy Bitcoin in Malaysia, look no further!There are two easy ways to purchase Bitcoin with your Ringgit, i.e. either via Luno or Localbitcoins. There are other ways of purchasing them of course, but Ive personally tried these two methods and they work pretty well. Disclaimer:There are some warning signs that you should consider when using an exchange. If a lot of people are suddenly having issues with withdrawals, then take it as a red flag and try to avoid the exchange. Always do a research on the exchange first before using it. The crypto world moves very quickly. Sometimes issue pop up really quickly. You can check out Lowyat Forums on Bitcoin to see if there are any issues with any exchanges. You basically need to sign up for an account at Luno before you can buy Bitcoin in Malaysia. Always, always use a very strong password that you have not used elsewhere. That way, its harder to get hacked. Remember to always run Malware scans as well for additional safety. Once youve signed up for an account and have your account approved, youll see this interface: As you can see, Ive done quite a number of deposits but zero withdrawals. Thats because I used my Bitcoins to trade for other altcoins and Im still keeping them. Ive withdrawn Bitcoins before but that was via Localbitcoins. You can use both, but Localbitcoins is faster as its peer to peer. You have a limit of RM5,000 if you dont give any identity verification. For e.g. you may be required to give a softcopy of your passport or other identification to verify yourself. I personally never verified myself as Ive not reached the limit of RM5,000 yet. To buy Bitcoin, you need to first deposit some Ringgit into your Luno wallet. As you can see below, you need to deposit your money. Once yo Continue reading >>
How To Send Money Overseas From Malaysia | Imoney
In the past, international money transfers from Malaysia meant sending the money through tedious process of bank-to-bank transfer, money order or cashiers cheque. And it was often limited to selected cities. Now, with the emergence of various non-bank institutions providing overseas remittances services, it has become simpler, quicker and more secure. You may find the need to transfer money abroad on a one-time basis or periodically. Whatever your needs may be, there are various ways available to transfer money with low fee, especially if you have not done so previously. You can now remit money to almost anywhere worldwide via various remittances providers in Malaysia such as MoneyGram, Western Union, PayPal or through banks Telegraphic Transfer or Bitcoins. Today, you can easily send cash, bank-in into their personal account or even remit to their mobile phones. MoneyGram probably provides one of the fastest international money transfer with remittances sent worldwide in just 10 minutes for one of the lowest fees. In case of any hiccups, the maximum transfer time is up to 3 business days. This remittance providers covers approximately 350,000 agent locations in 200 countries. The process of remittances is further simplified with the fact that both the receiver and sender need not necessarily hold a bank account. You can transfer up to US$10,000 (RM40,149) via MoneyGram, at any one time. Sending money via MoneyGram comprises these 5 simple steps: Inform the receiver on your transfer and provide them with Thereafter, your receiver needs to go to a MoneyGram agent, fill up the Receive Form and attach it with proof of passport, drivers license or any other identification document issued by the respective local Government. Once all is verified, the receiver can collect the Continue reading >>
Luno Status - Bank Deposits & Withdrawals In Malaysia
We're back! MYR deposits and withdrawals are fully functional in Malaysia. Please read through our blog post for further details Posted about 1 year ago. Mar 15, 2017 - 05:39 UTC Deposits are now active in Malaysia - please ensure that you follow the funding screen for the first few payments to ensure that your payments are automatically allocated. Withdrawals are still in the process of being activated. Further updates to follow. Posted about 1 year ago. Feb 24, 2017 - 11:41 UTC Were doing our second (and potentially final) testing round of account funding and account withdrawals in Malaysia. Kindly refrain from attempting to make Malaysian ringgit (MYR) deposits or withdrawals if you are not part of this closed group, it will slow the testing down. Posted about 1 year ago. Feb 23, 2017 - 08:57 UTC We are starting our first round of testing of account funding in Malaysia. Testing is limited to a small group of beta users who will receive email correspondence from us. Kindly refrain from attempting to make Malaysian ringgit (MYR) deposits or withdrawals if you are not part of this closed group, it will slow the testing down. We will post another update with the results of the tests. Posted about 1 year ago. Feb 14, 2017 - 09:30 UTC Despite non-stop campaigning and hard work by our team, our CIMB bank account will be closed. We remain in talks with various other banks and CIMB itself and hope to share the positive news of a new BitX bank account with you in the near future. Until we have a new bank account, we are sad to announce that as of today, 20 December 2016, our Malaysian customers are no longer able to make MYR deposits or withdrawals. The BitX BTC/MYR Exchange will remain active for the time being but will obviously have reduced liquidity. Your Bitcoin wallet w Continue reading >>
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