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Essentially you want to start a cryptocurrency exchange? If that is true, you need liquidity for people to be able to buy these coins. There are two ways of going about it: Use a broker/third party exchange, such as Kraken.com or any other in your region and have your orderbook go through their's. You would have to price it so you are profitable however. ...


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however payment reversals are a problem with bank wire transfers. "Different wire transfer systems and operators provide a variety of options relative to the immediacy and finality of settlement and the cost, value, and volume of transactions. Central bank wire transfer systems, such as the Federal Reserve's FedWire system in the United States, are more ...


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The usual way to do this is to use an escrow service that holds the crypto until the bank transfer or payment is deemed complete and irreversible - if the buying party attempts to reverse the payment, the escrow service would release the BTC back to you. There are organized services that do this, such as LocalBitcoins, LocalEthereum, Paxful, Counter Network,...


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Open an account at a suitable exchange that services people in your area. In the United States, Gemini (now called Coinbase Pro) would be a good choice. You should not be paying fees more than 1% of the prices you see on bitcoin pricing sites like coinmarketcap. By my math, that would be about 320,000 bitcoins with a current value of approximately $900 ...


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There are a handful of people/companies who manufactured physical bitcoins, most notably Casascius. If you have one of these, a little tamper proof seal should cover a private key. You can then import that private key into a wallet such as electrum, and send the bitcoin to an exchange where you can trade it for fiat, which will vary by your location. If ...


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