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Did anyone lose money/bitcoins with Cointrader.net bitcoin exchange, started by the Bitcoiniacs people?

Cointrader.net was a bitcoin exchange that was built and operated locally in Vancouver by the same group as Bitcoiniacs. They have since vanished and I'm wondering if anyone:
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Did anyone lose money/bitcoins with Cointrader.net bitcoin exchange, started by the Bitcoiniacs people? /r/vancouver

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Did anyone lose money/bitcoins with Cointrader.net bitcoin exchange, started by the Bitcoiniacs people? /vancouver submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Canada has a new exchange , brought you by BITCOINIACS - The people that installed the world's first Bitcoin ATM.

The site is https://www.cointrader.net , they are currently only trading bitcoins and other Alt coins are being implemented soon. Verifying was really quick, for deposits they accept bank draft, international wire ,cheques and they an have excellent funding options for Canadians, They They can credit and debit Canadian bank accounts for deposits and withdrawals with direct deposits, you just need to fill out and return the Pre Authorized Debit form, also there is a fee rate of 0.50% but im sure it will go down if there is more trading volume. So Give it a try people.
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List of NO2X Exchanges, Wallets, Brokers, and ATMs

i've seen a lot of bitcoiners ask how to avoid segwit2x and the companies that support it. i've tried to include the most pertinent ones below along with their services:
Company/Project Service(s)
Bitcoiniacs (Canada) atm
BitStop (US - florida) atm
Bitcoin Brains (Canada) atm / broker
Bitsquare [now Bisq] decentralized exchange
LocalBitcoins* decentralized exchange
Échange de Montréal (Canada) exchange
Bitcoin Outlet (Canada) exchange
Bitonic (Netherlands) exchange
Flyp.me exchange
QuickBT (Canada) exchange
Walltime (Brazil) exchange
Prasos (Finland) exchange / broker / atm
Vaultoro (Germany) exchange / web wallet
Holy Transaction (Luxembourg) exchange / web wallet
Wayniloans (Argentina) lending platform
BTCPay payment service provider
myBylls (Canada) payment service provider
Bitwala (Germany) payment service provider / bitcoin debit card
Digitalbitbox wallet - hardware
OpenDime wallet - hardware
Samourai Wallet wallet - mobile
Ciphrex wallet - software​
*=probable
Other lists:
https://coin.dance/poli
http://segwit.party/nya/
EDIT: I will update with a new list next week with more probables. Most of those listed have been very public about being anti 2x and deserve applause.
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The Bitcoin ATM news was on CCTV Xinwen Lianbo tonight

This is huge.
Maybe you don't know what "Xinwen Lianbo" is, it's the most important TV program in China, most TV stations are required to rebroadcast it simultaneously. i.e. every night in China at 19:30 19:00, that's almost the only show you can watch.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xinwen_Lianbo
Sorry I couldn't provide a link, but did verify this news.
OK, here is a link http://video.sina.com.cn/p/news/v/2013-10-28/193663075917.html
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Who has experience with withdrawing bitcoins from ATMs in Vancouver?

What fees did you have to pay to withdraw? Do you just give them your bitcoin wallet pin? Where was the ATM located?
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Tired of seeing Canadians get ripped off by Virtex (cavirtex.com) - (x-post from /r/bitcoinca)

Virtex (cavirtex.com) is Canada's largest bitcoin exchange. Why? Easy. They were the first here. We live in a country that offers literally the MOST in terms of bitcoin services and ATMs.
What has happened as a result? 1. If you bought and sold bitcoins, you pay 3% (used to be 6%) in fees. 2. Verification take longer than a month to complete. 3. Their customer service line explicitly tells you NOT to call about verification (so why ask for our personal info?) - In fact, nobody is there to answer the calls. 4. Tickets take forever to answer.
We're paying high fees, and receiving shit service from Joseph David, and his team of "professional" staff. I know someone who's waited literally MONTHS for a debit card from these guys. Not to mention, they deducted $10 from her account without her knowing. She's furious.
So why do we still deal with Virtex? Because most of us don't know about other alternatives. There are other Canadian bitcoin exchanges which have easy verification and charge far less in transaction fees. If more canadians sign up and use it, the volumes go up, and finally, virtex will get more competition.
What are those exchanges?
  1. http://www.VaultOfSatoshi.com - Took me 24 hours to get verified with these guys. They're located in Brantford, Ontario. The owner of this exchange answers the customer calls personally, and if he doesn't answer, his employees are super kind. They fielded my call AFTER business hours, and when I apologized for taking his time up, he never gave me the feeling like I was a burden to him. Great service, low fees. THEY ALSO OFFER LITECOIN AND PEERCOIN!!!!! THIS IS HUGE!! Their volumes for litecoin is alright.. we need more people to use it.
I have deposited coins there, and withdrawn fiat. Took about 2 days (more like 1.5 days). These guys are great.
  1. http://www.CoinTrader.net - Another successful project from the British Columbian-based company Bitcoiniacs. They offer a full scale exchange with low transaction fees, and are already established as a brick-and-mortar store. This exchange is bitcoin only. Took me less than 24 hours to get verified with these guys.
The above are trusted bitcoin/litecoin/peercoin exchanges based in Canada. Who needs Virtex when these options are available? Fellow Canadians.... don't get sucked into the virtex monopoly. It's bad enough that all our media, telecom, and banking are owned by less than 10 companies.. let's not get sucked into yet another monopoly.
tl;dr: Virtex offers crappy service with high fees, walking around like they own bitcoin in Canada. The fact they have higher volume still boggles me when there are other perfectly viable options in Canada. Please help spread the word. We need to help these other exchanges get bigger making room for fair competition in Canada.
Thanks for your time.
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My LTC wishes for 2014 : MtGox, ZipZap, Coinbase, Coinkite, Bitcoiniacs, Coinkite, Lamassu ATMs and so much more...

What I expect for the new year :
Well, I think it will be enough for the first part of the new year... And you, what do you expect for the new year ? (I may have been a little shy about my predictions...)
Happy end-of-year celebration from Paris, France.
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Please ask your local cryptocurrency ATM provider to support Ether

With bitcoin transaction fees over $2 and confirmation times in the hours, it's extremely inconvenient having to go through bitcoin to convert between ether and national currencies.
You can help address this problem by sending off a quick email, or better yet, making a quick call to your local ATM provider.
All relevant data can be collected from:
https://coinatmradar.com/ (note if you unselect all of the other cryptos and leave only ether, you'll see that there is only about a dozen places worldwide that can exchange fiat for ether, compared to well over a thousand for bitcoin. we can do better)
For my geographical area, here are the ATM providers:
company geographical area email address phone number website
Netcoins Vancouver, Kelowna, Toronto, Nigeria [email protected] (844)-515-COIN https://www.gonetcoins.com/
Bitcoiniacs Vancouver, Calgary, Manila [email protected] 1 (604) 727-0170 (SMS only) http://www.bitcoiniacs.com
ezBtc Vancouver [email protected] 1-877-755-2249 http://www.ezbtc.ca/
Bitnational Vancouver, Kelowna, Vernon, Calgary, Edmonton [email protected] (888) 928-9282 http://www.bitnational.com/
If you go to the website, you can easily find the providers operating in your area as well.
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Tired of seeing Canadians get ripped off by Virtex (cavirtex.com) - Read & help raise exposure.

Virtex (cavirtex.com) is Canada's largest bitcoin exchange. Why? Easy. They were the first here. We live in a country that offers literally the MOST in terms of bitcoin services and ATMs.
What has happened as a result:
  1. If you bought and sold bitcoins, you pay 3% (used to be 6%) in fees.
  2. Verification take longer than a month to complete.
  3. Their customer service line explicitly tells you NOT to call about verification (so why ask for our personal info?) - In fact, nobody is there to answer the calls.
  4. Tickets take forever to answer.
We're paying high fees, and receiving shit service from Joseph David, and his team of "professional" staff. I know someone who's waited literally MONTHS for a debit card from these guys. Not to mention, they deducted $10 from her account without her knowing. She's furious.
So why do we still deal with Virtex? Because most of us don't know about other alternatives. There are other Canadian bitcoin exchanges which have easy verification and charge far less in transaction fees. If more canadians sign up and use it, the volumes go up, and finally, virtex will get more competition.
What are those exchanges?
  1. http://www.VaultOfSatoshi.com - Took me 24 hours to get verified with these guys. They're located in Brantford, Ontario. The owner of this exchange answers the customer calls personally, and if he doesn't answer, his employees are super kind. They fielded my call AFTER business hours, and when I apologized for taking his time up, he never gave me the feeling like I was a burden to him. Great service, low fees. THEY ALSO OFFER LITECOIN AND PEERCOIN!!!!! THIS IS HUGE!! Their volumes for litecoin is alright.. we need more people to use it.
I have deposited coins there, and withdrawn fiat. Took about 2 days (more like 1.5 days). These guys are great.
  1. http://www.CoinTrader.net - Another successful project from the British Columbian-based company Bitcoiniacs. They offer a full scale exchange with low transaction fees, and are already established as a brick-and-mortar store. This exchange is bitcoin only. Took me less than 24 hours to get verified with these guys.
The above are trusted bitcoin/litecoin/peercoin exchanges based in Canada. Who needs Virtex when these options are available? Fellow Canadians.... don't get sucked into the virtex monopoly. It's bad enough that all our media, telecom, and banking are owned by less than 10 companies.. let's not get sucked into yet another monopoly.
tl;dr: Virtex offers crappy service with high fees, walking around like they own bitcoin in Canada. The fact they have higher volume still boggles me when there are other perfectly viable options in Canada. Please help spread the word. We need to help these other exchanges get bigger making room for fair competition in Canada.
Thanks for your time.
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01-16 16:43 - 'Bitcoin is fraudulent and nothing but insider Trading ...NO, Researchers find that one person likely drove Bitcoin from $150 to $1,000 ....NO. Try more FUD' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Theguy3993 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 564-574min

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Yeah ok keep pumping out the articles about this so funny I would bet the articles stating bitcoin went to 1000$ on fraudulent money is 100% posted by insider traders or Wall St.. And Its no secret Wall St is driven by insider trading. Heck you can watch a documentary that shows how they do insider trading using loopholes of having a couple people down the line get the info that they "donate" money to for information. But anyways I just wanted to post another rant and laugh... Also, if you want to claim bitcoin is fraudulent based on a couple people who traded 36 million dollars worth of a coin worth 250 Billion on average give or take 50 billion or 0.000144% of bitcoin then I guess all banks should close tomorrow since 90% of all money banks handle have traces of cociane on them and clearly came from fraudulent places.
Again, I will state bitcoin will rise and fall like it always does pretty much only falling from fake news pumped in sync with sell offs to try to get more for cheap, and thats fine its so obvious to me also I have traded since before Mt.Gox and the coins never went to its peak and stayed there untill after the fall of Mt.Gox. The timeline may show that right before Mt.gox froze the price of BTC was going up. Until around that time but anyone who used MT.Gox knows that no one could move, trade or withdraw there funds long before it was froze and it finally froze from the lawsuits regarding this so essentially Mt.Gox was out of the game.
And for those who like facts here you are I will include the links also
[link]1
"On 15 May 2013, the US authorities seized accounts associated with Mt. Gox after discovering that it had not registered as a money transmitter with FinCEN in the US.[52][53]
On 17 May 2013, it was reported that BitInstant processed approximately 30 percent of the money going into and out of bitcoin, and in April alone facilitated 30,000 transactions,[54]
On 23 June 2013, it was reported that the US Drug Enforcement Administration listed 11.02 bitcoins as a seized asset in a United States Department of Justice seizure notice pursuant to 21 U.S.C. § 881.[55] It is the first time a government agency has claimed to have seized bitcoin.[56][57]
In July 2013 a project began in Kenya linking bitcoin with M-Pesa, a popular mobile payments system, in an experiment designed to spur innovative payments in Africa.[58] During the same month the Foreign Exchange Administration and Policy Department in Thailand stated that bitcoin lacks any legal framework and would therefore be illegal, which effectively banned trading on bitcoin exchanges in the country.[59][60] According to Vitalik Buterin, a writer for Bitcoin Magazine, "bitcoin's fate in Thailand may give the electronic currency more credibility in some circles", but he was concerned it didn't bode well for bitcoin in China.[61]
On 6 August 2013, Federal Judge Amos Mazzant of the Eastern District of Texas of the Fifth Circuit ruled that bitcoins are "a currency or a form of money" (specifically securities as defined by Federal Securities Laws), and as such were subject to the court's jurisdiction,[62][63] and Germany's Finance Ministry subsumed bitcoins under the term "unit of account"—a financial instrument—though not as e-money or a functional currency, a classification nonetheless having legal and tax implications.[64]
In October 2013, the FBI seized roughly 26,000 BTC from website Silk Road during the arrest of alleged owner Ross William Ulbricht.[65][66][67] Two companies, Robocoin and Bitcoiniacs launched the world's first bitcoin ATM on 29 October 2013 in Vancouver, BC, Canada, allowing clients to sell or purchase bitcoin currency at a downtown coffee shop.[68][69][70] Chinese internet giant Baidu had allowed clients of website security services to pay with bitcoins.[71]
In November 2013, the University of Nicosia announced that it would be accepting bitcoin as payment for tuition fees, with the university's chief financial officer calling it the "gold of tomorrow".[72] During November 2013, the China-based bitcoin exchange BTC China overtook the Japan-based Mt. Gox and the Europe-based Bitstamp to become the largest bitcoin trading exchange by trade volume.[73]
In December 2013, Overstock.com[74] announced plans to accept bitcoin in the second half of 2014. On 5 December 2013, the People's Bank of China prohibited Chinese financial institutions from using bitcoins.[75] After the announcement, the value of bitcoins dropped,[76] and Baidu no longer accepted bitcoins for certain services.[77] Buying real-world goods with any virtual currency has been illegal in China since at least 2009.[78]"
*** In fact I was trading the Down swings around this time and remember it quite clearly and the price most deffinatly did not shoot up with any relation to Mt.Gox if anything Mt.Gox was the reason for the fall from the news and panic!
Also, WAKE UP PEOPLE. Wall St's total value is what 2.7 Trillion that took like 100 years to get. Does no one else realize the magnitude of Bitcoin to them. Bitcoin in 10 years or less including its many other Coins under it is worth 658-758Billion or 0.65-0.75T in 1/10th the time Wall St did it and its getting bigger all the time.
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I've said it before and Ill say it again there scared because Bitcoin, (and altcoin), traders are used to volatility, We can loose 70% of our gains or investment in a day or an hour and still keep on truckin. But that type of volatility scared the pants off the big traders because they also have investors to explain these situations to and they have no merits to base there explanations on since nothing in the real world short of good and bad news or money in and money out of coins affects the prices very much. And for this reason Wall St will never like it and the fact its outside of there nice controlled systems they designed that benefit the rich and rape the poor. And this new system which does not allow credit, or BS is a new realm to them. Sure there might be some insider trading some of the time but the order books and live stats are available to anyone and everyone equally, unlike stocks where you need crazy memberships just to get short 15 minute delayed stats on the live markets and only the top accounts with over 50,000$ invested can even dream about getting anything better. And you have to pay 6.99-24.99 Per trade the lesser being for the 50k investor, leaving no learning curve for the small guys. So in my opinion its still a way better system and anyone can easily do some research like I have today and not panic sell from every little BS article and simple trade for yourselves. And Bitcoin to Altcoin trades BTW will cost you 0.06-0.08% and Bitcoin/Altcoin to USD (Or your Currency) will cost you 0.18-0.24% on most exchanges or platforms.
If you've read my rant this far I thank you for your time. Some article just really grind my gears :D
PS - Below is some handy trading platforms and tools
I would also like to take a moment just to say anyone interested in a FreeTrading Platform should check out Qt Bitcoin Trader from source forge. Or if your a bit more advanced there is a nice program you can try for free and the trial is the the same as the full version (I have used both since I bought it shortly after) and that is called LeonarDo by margin software a very talented German company.
Qt Bitcoin Trader - [link]3 Leonardo - [link]4
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Bitcoin is fraudulent and nothing but insider Trading ...NO, Researchers find that one person likely drove Bitcoin from $150 to $1,000 ....NO. Try more FUD
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Bitcoin is fraudulent and nothing but insider Trading ...NO, Researchers find that one person lik...

The following post by Theguy3993 is being replicated because the post has been silently removed.
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Yeah ok keep pumping out the articles about this so funny I would bet the articles stating bitcoin went to 1000$ on fraudulent money is 100% posted by insider traders or Wall St.. And Its no secret Wall St is driven by insider trading. Heck you can watch a documentary that shows how they do insider trading using loopholes of having a couple people down the line get the info that they "donate" money to for information. But anyways I just wanted to post another rant and laugh... Also, if you want to claim bitcoin is fraudulent based on a couple people who traded 36 million dollars worth of a coin worth 250 Billion on average give or take 50 billion or 0.000144% of bitcoin then I guess all banks should close tomorrow since 90% of all money banks handle have traces of cociane on them and clearly came from fraudulent places.
Again, I will state bitcoin will rise and fall like it always does pretty much only falling from fake news pumped in sync with sell offs to try to get more for cheap, and thats fine its so obvious to me also I have traded since before Mt.Gox and the coins never went to its peak and stayed there untill after the fall of Mt.Gox. The timeline may show that right before Mt.gox froze the price of BTC was going up. Until around that time but anyone who used MT.Gox knows that no one could move, trade or withdraw there funds long before it was froze and it finally froze from the lawsuits regarding this so essentially Mt.Gox was out of the game.
And for those who like facts here you are I will include the links also
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_bitcoin#2013
"On 15 May 2013, the US authorities seized accounts associated with Mt. Gox after discovering that it had not registered as a money transmitter with FinCEN in the US.[52][53]
On 17 May 2013, it was reported that BitInstant processed approximately 30 percent of the money going into and out of bitcoin, and in April alone facilitated 30,000 transactions,[54]
On 23 June 2013, it was reported that the US Drug Enforcement Administration listed 11.02 bitcoins as a seized asset in a United States Department of Justice seizure notice pursuant to 21 U.S.C. § 881.[55] It is the first time a government agency has claimed to have seized bitcoin.[56][57]
In July 2013 a project began in Kenya linking bitcoin with M-Pesa, a popular mobile payments system, in an experiment designed to spur innovative payments in Africa.[58] During the same month the Foreign Exchange Administration and Policy Department in Thailand stated that bitcoin lacks any legal framework and would therefore be illegal, which effectively banned trading on bitcoin exchanges in the country.[59][60] According to Vitalik Buterin, a writer for Bitcoin Magazine, "bitcoin's fate in Thailand may give the electronic currency more credibility in some circles", but he was concerned it didn't bode well for bitcoin in China.[61]
On 6 August 2013, Federal Judge Amos Mazzant of the Eastern District of Texas of the Fifth Circuit ruled that bitcoins are "a currency or a form of money" (specifically securities as defined by Federal Securities Laws), and as such were subject to the court's jurisdiction,[62][63] and Germany's Finance Ministry subsumed bitcoins under the term "unit of account"—a financial instrument—though not as e-money or a functional currency, a classification nonetheless having legal and tax implications.[64]
In October 2013, the FBI seized roughly 26,000 BTC from website Silk Road during the arrest of alleged owner Ross William Ulbricht.[65][66][67] Two companies, Robocoin and Bitcoiniacs launched the world's first bitcoin ATM on 29 October 2013 in Vancouver, BC, Canada, allowing clients to sell or purchase bitcoin currency at a downtown coffee shop.[68][69][70] Chinese internet giant Baidu had allowed clients of website security services to pay with bitcoins.[71]
In November 2013, the University of Nicosia announced that it would be accepting bitcoin as payment for tuition fees, with the university's chief financial officer calling it the "gold of tomorrow".[72] During November 2013, the China-based bitcoin exchange BTC China overtook the Japan-based Mt. Gox and the Europe-based Bitstamp to become the largest bitcoin trading exchange by trade volume.[73]
In December 2013, Overstock.com[74] announced plans to accept bitcoin in the second half of 2014. On 5 December 2013, the People's Bank of China prohibited Chinese financial institutions from using bitcoins.[75] After the announcement, the value of bitcoins dropped,[76] and Baidu no longer accepted bitcoins for certain services.[77] Buying real-world goods with any virtual currency has been illegal in China since at least 2009.[78]"
In fact I was trading the Down swings around this time and remember it quite clearly and the price most deffinatly did not shoot up with any relation to Mt.Gox if anything Mt.Gox was the reason for the fall from the news and panic!
Also, WAKE UP PEOPLE. Wall St's total value is what 2.7 Trillion that took like 100 years to get. Does no one else realize the magnitude of Bitcoin to them. Bitcoin in 10 years or less including its many other Coins under it is worth 658-758Billion or 0.65-0.75T in 1/10th the time Wall St did it and its getting bigger all the time.
I've said it before and Ill say it again there scared because Bitcoin, (and altcoin), traders are used to volatility, We can loose 70% of our gains or investment in a day or an hour and still keep on truckin. But that type of volatility scared the pants off the big traders because they also have investors to explain these situations to and they have no merits to base there explanations on since nothing in the real world short of good and bad news or money in and money out of coins affects the prices very much. And for this reason Wall St will never like it and the fact its outside of there nice controlled systems they designed that benefit the rich and rape the poor. And this new system which does not allow credit, or BS is a new realm to them. Sure there might be some insider trading some of the time but the order books and live stats are available to anyone and everyone equally, unlike stocks where you need crazy memberships just to get short 15 minute delayed stats on the live markets and only the top accounts with over 50,000$ invested can even dream about getting anything better. And you have to pay 6.99-24.99 Per trade the lesser being for the 50k investor, leaving no learning curve for the small guys. So in my opinion its still a way better system and anyone can easily do some research like I have today and not panic sell from every little BS article and simple trade for yourselves. And Bitcoin to Altcoin trades BTW will cost you 0.06-0.08% and Bitcoin/Altcoin to USD (Or your Currency) will cost you 0.18-0.24% on most exchanges or platforms.
If you've read my rant this far I thank you for your time. Some article just really grind my gears :D
PS - Below is some handy trading platforms and tools
I would also like to take a moment just to say anyone interested in a FreeTrading Platform should check out Qt Bitcoin Trader from source forge. Or if your a bit more advanced there is a nice program you can try for free and the trial is the the same as the full version (I have used both since I bought it shortly after) and that is called LeonarDo by margin software a very talented German company.
Qt Bitcoin Trader - https://sourceforge.net/projects/bitcointrade Leonardo - https://marginsoftware.de/product.html
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] List of NO2X Exchanges, Wallets, Brokers, and ATMs

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i've seen a lot of bitcoiners ask how to avoid segwit2x and the companies that support it. i've tried to include the most pertinent ones below along with their services:
Company/Project Service(s)
Bitcoiniacs (Canada) atm
BitStop (US - florida) atm
Bitcoin Brains (Canada) atm / broker
Bitsquare [now Bisq] decentralized exchange
LocalBitcoins* decentralized exchange
Échange de Montréal (Canada) exchange
Bitcoin Outlet (Canada) exchange
Bitonic (Netherlands) exchange
Flyp.me exchange
QuickBT (Canada) exchange
Walltime (Brazil) exchange
Prasos (Finland) exchange / broker / atm
Vaultoro (Germany) exchange / web wallet
Holy Transaction (Luxembourg) exchange / web wallet
Wayniloans (Argentina) lending platform
BTCPay payment service provider
myBylls (Canada) payment service provider
Bitwala (Germany) payment service provider / bitcoin debit card
Digitalbitbox wallet - hardware
OpenDime wallet - hardware
Samourai Wallet? wallet - mobile
Ciphrex wallet - software?
*=probable
Other lists:
https://coin.dance/poli
http://segwit.party/nya/
EDIT: I will update with a new list next week with more probables. Most of those listed have been very public about being anti 2x and deserve applause.
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Bitcoiniacs ATM Prices, almost $200 CAD difference between buy and sell

While I'll admit that right now the Bitcoin ATM(s) are probably the most convenient way to exchange bitcoins and cash (on the west coast), the cost of doing so seems a little steep.
At the time of posting this:
According to their rates found at Bitcoinacs Rate Calculator:
While I understand that obviously the currency exchange plays a part in these prices, counting the estimated 3% or so cut they take there is still at least a $30 dollar difference in price after fees and currency exchange.
As a Canadian I'm once again reconsidering my options as to where I want to exchange my cash and BTC without having to lose ~$100 per bitcoin transaction in such regard.
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Buying and selling Bitcoin in Vancouver

I recently bought bitcoin from the Bitcoiniacs.com atm and only after realized that they charge a 7% service fee. It's not clearly advertised on their website. If anyone is interested in buying or selling privately and in person with a straight exchange rate please comment below or PM me.
If new to bitcoin, you can sign up for a wallet here
List of local bitcoin merchants
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Places to buy bitcoin in exchange for other currencies. Note: Exchanges provide highly varying degrees of safety, security, privacy, and control over your funds and information. Perform your own due diligence and choose a wallet where you will keep your bitcoin before selecting an exchange. However, knowing which bitcoin exchange to choose can be one of the most important first steps. Since you will be investing your funds into Bitcoin and the exchange from where you buy them, making sure you are choosing the right one becomes critical. In this guide we will take you through the top items in our checklist we recommend reviewing before making the decision to select a Bitcoin ... What Is Bitcoiniacs? The Bitcoin ATM. Our tremendously successful Bitcoin ATM launch at Waves Coffee in Vancouver, and then our latest one in West Vancouver, revolutionized the way people buy and sell bitcoins. We now have our eyes set on the global market with our third Bitcoin ATM live at Sunnete Tower Hotel in Makati city (Philippines), and three more to be installed at other locations ... Bitcoiniacs uses a Robocoin machine , which is able to buy and sell bitcoin in exchange for fiat currency. Robocoin machines perform trades on the Bitstamp exchange by default. According Mitchell Demeter, co-founder of Bitcoiniacs, the exchange stopped processing buy orders for bitcoin from the ATM on 21st January. The unprocessed orders eventually piled up to more than 45 BTC, he added. "We ... The first time Ryan Johnson bought Bitcoins - an emerging digital currency that isn't controlled by any authority such as a central bank - was with a...

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