Are there any other easy btc purchase/send apps?

Savatage79

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So I had been using cashapp for a while now and they closed my account...it was so nice fast and easy to buy btc and send, are there any other apps that have no care about sending to a casino that I can use?
 

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So I had been using cashapp for a while now and they closed my account...it was so nice fast and easy to buy btc and send, are there any other apps that have no care about sending to a casino that I can use?
you could have a look at Crypto dot com. or coinbase I use them, if your gonna use either of them lemme know as i still have refer a friend codes.
 

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you could have a look at Crypto dot com. or coinbase I use them, if your gonna use either of them lemme know as i still have refer a friend codes.

I actually have CB and used them, but I'd cb ok to use ? I've heard conflicting stories on CB. Some use it some don't etc
 

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Used BC once myself to depo. Didn't have any problems myself but that was about 18 months or so ago. so might have changed rules by now. Still worth a check.
 

cheetahwind

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If your going to use Coinbase your better off sending from Coinbase to an outside personal wallet like Bitpay, then over the casino. Somehow Coinbase tends to be pretty on top of the wallets that casinos use and aren't afraid to ban players who send directly to the casino from them. Then also goes for the cash outs. Your better off sending to one of your outside of Coinbase wallets first, then to Coinbase.
Yet if you would rather send directly from Coinbase to the casino of your choice and vice versa. Your doing so at your own risk.
 

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If your going to use Coinbase your better off sending from Coinbase to an outside personal wallet like Bitpay, then over the casino. Somehow Coinbase tends to be pretty on top of the wallets that casinos use and aren't afraid to ban players who send directly to the casino from them. Then also goes for the cash outs. Your better off sending to one of your outside of Coinbase wallets first, then to Coinbase.
Yet if you would rather send directly from Coinbase to the casino of your choice and vice versa. Your doing so at your own risk.

Hey cheetah, what are the fees like doing that? Like to send coinbase to bitpay, doesn't that beat up a deposit a bit?

See the thing is I've seen many multiple claims about coinbase, I've seen some say they been using it for years direct, some say they get banned etc...so it's conflicting a bit.

I just wish there was something like cash app or cb that truely doesn't care where you send, and is easy to buy and send
 

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So I didn't realize bitpay is also where you can buy btc, I think I've seen many say that bitpay is totally fine with sending to casinos...any able to verify?
 

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do not use any exchanger wallets for deposit or withdrawal at a casino... bitpay is the same as coinbase
if you like to use bitcoin just use "bluewallet" or "metamask" for eth or any erc20 token as personal storage.
 

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do not use any exchanger wallets for deposit or withdrawal at a casino... bitpay is the same as coinbase
if you like to use bitcoin just use "bluewallet" or "metamask" for eth or any erc20 token as personal storage.

See I'm just still a noob to it, like I don't exactly know what you're even saying because I only have technically learned how to buy and send lol

I've seen many tho more than any other name mention bitpay being fine for casinos. So I dunno just seems like there's a lot of varying opinions.

I honestly just like using my debit or cc when I can
 

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See I'm just still a noob to it, like I don't exactly know what you're even saying because I only have technically learned how to buy and send lol

I've seen many tho more than any other name mention bitpay being fine for casinos. So I dunno just seems like there's a lot of varying opinions.

I honestly just like using my debit or cc when I can

Crypto by design is peer to peer but at the moment firms like cb or bitpay are involved normal aml, kyc and other laws come into the game...

Coinbase User Agreement Appendix :
Unlawful Gambling: Lotteries; bidding fee auctions; sports forecasting or odds making; fantasy sports leagues with cash prizes; internet gaming; contests; sweepstakes; or games of chance that are not sanctioned by a governmental body or regulatory authority
Bitpay Terms of Use :
Transactions involving gambling or any activity requiring an entry fee and a prize, including but not limited to casino games, sports betting, horse or greyhound racing, lottery tickets, other ventures that facilitate gambling, and sweepstakes, if you and your Shoppers are located exclusively in jurisdictions where such activities are permitted by law.

to avoid getting into trouble, i would buy coins and send them to my own wallet / storage and then use it for depo and withdraw.
 

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I generally buy and use LTC for my gambling these days. It just seems easy and cheaper to transact in LTC personally. Yet I get some folks have a thing for BTC purchases only.
I buy from Crypto.com and Bitpay both and both don't seem to mind the whole sending directly to casino bit. Yet Once again I use LTC and ETH versus BTC myself. Yet it's all a matter of opinion.
Yes it'll eat a bit in BTC fees if you do the hops but it's sort of necessary to avoid having coinbase detect your sending a casino.
 

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So I had been using cashapp for a while now and they closed my account...it was so nice fast and easy to buy btc and send, are there any other apps that have no care about sending to a casino that I can use?
I just recently started using the crypto dot com app and so far it is excellent. No fees for the first 30 days of purchases and you can purchase with debit cards. I can send you a referral link if you're interested in trying them out and we both get $25.
 

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BitPay is the way, preferably with Litecoin instead of Bitcoin.
I'm kicking myself I only started doing this and have wasted thousands in fees sending btc from exchanges previously.
 

Deanna

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So I had been using cashapp for a while now and they closed my account...it was so nice fast and easy to buy btc and send, are there any other apps that have no care about sending to a casino that I can use?
Why did CashApp close your account? That's what I've been using to deposit for a couple of months. I've yet to cash out back to CashApp (only because I'm an idiot and forget what the heck CASH OUT NOW STUPID means). I'm just curious if they just shut you down or gave you a reason. Were you cashing out to them? I'm trying to head off trouble if it's going to happen, that's why I'm asking!
 

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Why did CashApp close your account? That's what I've been using to deposit for a couple of months. I've yet to cash out back to CashApp (only because I'm an idiot and forget what the heck CASH OUT NOW STUPID means). I'm just curious if they just shut you down or gave you a reason. Were you cashing out to them? I'm trying to head off trouble if it's going to happen, that's why I'm asking!
They closed my account as well citing violation of Cashapp policies concerning online gambling activity. I would recommend closing that account before they do it for you. After reopening a new one, make sure you send to an outside wallet.
 

Deanna

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Ohhhh, ok, thank you for that! Possibly I don't deposit enough that it's been noticed. Why does everything have to be so hard?
 

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They closed my account as well citing violation of Cashapp policies concerning online gambling activity. I would recommend closing that account before they do it for you. After reopening a new one, make sure you send to an outside wallet.

So we can open another cashapp? So which wallet do you send to that is low on fees?

And I agree with you @Deanna why does everything gotta be so fucking hard, it's so annoying.
 

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Its so hard bc the governing tax bodies within the United States have sunk their fangs into the cryptocurrency tax revenue potentials. Which, of course; leads to scrutiny of everyone and every entity involved. They obviously would rather continue to feed off the lower and middle classes than actually tax the 1% and the corporations who pay next to nothing nothing in the United States. Low hanging fruit.
 

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Yes you can open a new account, that's just a suggestion I'm not sure if that will work. I do know that after they close your account that your permanently banned, probably until the United States legalizes online gambling.
 

Savatage79

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Its so hard bc the governing tax bodies within the United States have sunk their fangs into the cryptocurrency tax revenue potentials. Which, of course; leads to scrutiny of everyone and every entity involved. They obviously would rather continue to feed off the lower and middle classes than actually tax the 1% and the corporations who pay next to nothing nothing in the United States. Low hanging fruit.

So what's the move for us ? Like sticking to small cash outs or anything? Or is it just any cash out, or are there other ways around it ?
 

Deanna

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So we can open another cashapp? So which wallet do you send to that is low on fees?

And I agree with you @Deanna why does everything gotta be so fucking hard, it's so annoying.
Just out of curiosity, were you sending a lot of bitcoin, large amounts? Small amounts? I usually just deposit $30-$50 at a time. And were you receiving bitcoin via payouts? Large amounts? (I've yet to be smart enough to stop and cash out hahaha) How the heck do they know where we're sending it anyway? It's bitcoin, there's no real trail is there?
 

Savatage79

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Just out of curiosity, were you sending a lot of bitcoin, large amounts? Small amounts? I usually just deposit $30-$50 at a time. And were you receiving bitcoin via payouts? Large amounts? (I've yet to be smart enough to stop and cash out hahaha) How the heck do they know where we're sending it anyway? It's bitcoin, there's no real trail is there?

Yea I always assumed that early on was that it wasn't really trackable with all the addresses etc...

With cash app I just would buy 30 to 50 btc at a time and send, that's all I ever did. Now my cashouts would get pulled to coinbase and then sent to paypal, that's how I've done it now mainly.
 

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