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Discussion in 'MMA Betting Discussion' started by EzFlyer, Jan 4, 2016.
appreciated, going with blockchain
So I just received this notice from Coinbase. I'm trying to figure out how the F are they able to figure out that I'm gambling. I used an intermediary in Blockchain but I think from what I've researched that if you're doing the exchanges too fast without delay in between that they're assuming that you are your own middleman or something along those lines? Any advice on how to respond to this email? I have a lot of money tied into my Coinbase and I'm freakin lost at what to say at this point.
@LEMONZEST I looked into Quadriga but they don't accept US customers.
localbitcoins are good, a bit of a pain to set up, but once you get your first feedback it becomes a lot easier. their transaction fees are lower than coinbase too.
Thank you I'm going to look into it. I'm in such a rut right now regarding moving my coins that it deterred me from betting too much on that last event. I got some money tied up right now that I need to figure out.
Damn that sucks man. I would cash out asap. I wouldnt lie to them as they probably know whats going on.
I still dont understand how coinbase can track transactions that use an internediary wallet.
It sucks Quadriga doesnt accept US customers cuz they are really good.
Maybe send your funds to blockchain as EZ plans to.
Us Canadians don't have to pay any tax on gambling or lotto winnings. The only exception is if the CRA somehow determines you are a pro gambler. I keep transactions to any bank account well below $10000 just to stay under the radar. Anything above $10000 is automatically reported to fintrac.
^^ wow did not know this. I keep all my transactions below 500 CAD as a precaution.
Huh thats weird, idk how they are figuring out that you are associated with online gambling. I switched to localbitcoins around 6 months ago and everything as been going smooth for me. I also have a btc debit card that is linked to one of my wallets and is accepted anywhere that takes visa which is super convenient. I got one before they were hard to get in the US now coinbase/shift has a monopoly on debit cards in the US. For anyone outside the US i would recommend e-coin debit card that you can load up with btc funds, you can get a physical card or a virtual one for a fee.
Man I'm stuck with a couple grand that's been frozen in Coinbase. They won't let me transfer out my funds. They don't even have a customer service team. I've been waiting for an email response for a few days now and nothing.
As soon as I get my shit out I'm going to follow up with everyone's suggestions.
jeez so funds are frozen?! Seems like it would make most sense for them to warn you and then give you a few weeks to get outta dodge.
dude, and you try to make a card Entropay or MANGO Card one of them must suitable for your needs. This virtual card can top up at any required amount. as you can see Online Betting Sites the list of bookmakers can be find that taking Vanilla
Does bookmaker.eu still have the live bets during the fights?
Only in MAJOR ppvs. Conor, Ronda, etc.
You can also try Advanced Cash. Too make it possible to produce a virtual credit card
anyone know of a good site for live betting that acccepts US players?
After experiencing full live betting rather than in between rounds like 5dimes does, I have to disagree. They usually don't offer props either, and as 5d has so many users it's hard to get a bet in on high profile fights with the line changing every 5 seconds.
I'm not sure which US books offer full LB but I'm sure someone here does.
Doesnt exist afaik. If it does pls fill me in.
You're Canadian aren't you? Ohmbet is available to us and they have great livebetting, I don't think they're available for US residents
Aight. Did not realize. Im on it. Thx brah