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    gauchojake
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    Blockchain KYC...WTF

    When did Blockchain wallet start requiring KYC info?

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    Other than Electrum and Trust Wallet, what's a good anonymous wallet??????

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    Brock Landers pissing his bed right now
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    3 years ago

    Gauchy your always behind

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    Are you using them as an exchange? I haven’t used them in over a year but they were still anonymous as long as you only used the wallet and didn’t buy/sell crypto. Blockstream Green is anonymous and fairly easy to use, BTC only though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gauchojake View Post
    When did Blockchain wallet start requiring KYC info?

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    safepal wallet
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    Took care of whatever was needed a long time ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PD77 View Post
    Are you using them as an exchange? I haven’t used them in over a year but they were still anonymous as long as you only used the wallet and didn’t buy/sell crypto. Blockstream Green is anonymous and fairly easy to use, BTC only though.
    Nope, just as a wallet. They are requiring verification to send and receive BTC into my wallets that I have had for years. Super annoying. Thank god I drained my account gambling!

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    Gaucho Loco, this is extremely disappointing coming from a Sureno like yourself. You know the ins and outs of this industry. I use Edge my friend, use Edge and all your problems will go away. See you Sunday for prayer.

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    What pain things have changed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gauchojake View Post
    Nope, just as a wallet. They are requiring verification to send and receive BTC into my wallets that I have had for years. Super annoying. Thank god I drained my account gambling!
    Never heard of this before.

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    I had to send over a year ago

    Why the outcry now

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    If you don't buy/sell on Blockchain you don't need to do it. I routinely hold crypto there for short periods of time and withdraw to my Blockchain wallet all the time. It has the pop up with their requirements to do the KYC but if you aren't buying crypto from them you dont have to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    I had to send over a year ago

    Why the outcry now
    because it happened to me mfer
    In all seriousness I haven't heard of this happening unless you are buying coins through their platform. Their wallet has been anonymous and reliable forever which is why it was a little shocking to get that message. It's not like I am even moving a lot of btc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crusherrr View Post
    If you don't buy/sell on Blockchain you don't need to do it. I routinely hold crypto there for short periods of time and withdraw to my Blockchain wallet all the time. It has the pop up with their requirements to do the KYC but if you aren't buying crypto from them you dont have to do it.
    Thanks Crusherr. It took a little maneuvering but it looks like you can still use the wallet without KYC. I had to click their pop up twice to get around it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gauchojake View Post
    Thanks Crusherr. It took a little maneuvering but it looks like you can still use the wallet without KYC. I had to click their pop up twice to get around it.

    FALSE ALARM
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    Gaucho Loco, we expected better from a Del Playa Vet, do your research way before posting. God Bless you, see you Sunday for prayer.

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    Just use bitcoin. As in, get paid in bitcoin.

    Problem solved
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    Dude...

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    Gauchy Itís all gonna be regulated next year so just do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjgold View Post
    Gauchy It’s all gonna be regulated next year so just do it
    I can't wait until it is regulated.

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    I can't wait until books are making their own coins. Maybe they are???????????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by gauchojake View Post
    I can't wait until books are making their own coins. Maybe they are???????????????
    FansUnite tried it in 2017-2018.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/darrenh...h=49bbf39af3bf

    https://fansunite.com/

    But I don't what ever really became of it.

    This is from the Forbes article link above from Dec 2017...

    ...FansUnite.com currently offers a free virtual currency, allowing users to place fantasy wagers with no monetary risk. However, in the near future, the company seeks to harness the power of the Ethereum blockchain. The concept is that users will be able to actually bet on sports as they would in traditional sportsbooks, but with FanUnite's own digital currency. A typical bettor who wins 52% of the time at a sportsbook may end up losing money based on a sportsbook's margins. FansUnite is seeking to change the game with their lower margins provided based on lower operating costs, allowing users an enhanced ability to actually profit from their bets.

    Use of its own currency and blockchain technology is also supposed to increase transparency and security for FansUnite bettors by storing all pertinent bet information on the blockchain ó leaving an immutable and auditable record of each bet. The assumption is that use of the blockchain reduces the risk of bets being reneged or canceled post-match as well. Also, the use of a single, new currency is projected to accelerate the process of depositing and withdrawing funds and to remove the need for inefficient wires or money transfers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gauchojake View Post

    Thanks Crusherr. It took a little maneuvering but it looks like you can still use the wallet without KYC. I had to click their pop up twice to get around it.

    FALSE ALARM
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    Jake messing with our heads.

    And JJ must have had his OJ spiked at the club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gauchojake View Post
    I can't wait until books are making their own coins. Maybe they are???????????????
    Please return your 3 question trivia prizes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flyingillini View Post
    Please return your 3 question trivia prizes.
    Never!

    God bless your posts today

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    Quote Originally Posted by gauchojake View Post
    When did Blockchain wallet start requiring KYC info?

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    Buy a ledger

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