BTC 9/6 60K with R/E to 200K (32K in public wallet with link provided)
BTC 9/6 60K with R/E to 200K and more
You either use the L2L or the Escrow Procedures. Not both.
Procedures for L2L:
- Buyer and seller sign the sales and purchase agreement.
- (optional) buyer can provide an attorney’s letter of attestation confirming the buyer’s sufficient funds for the the purchase of the first tranche in the attorney’s IOLTA account. The seller may provide a current screenshot as proof of BTC in his account.
- At window time the seller shares his wallet live screen remotely via live video with buyer to confirm the coin balance.
- Buyer pays for the first tranche of BTC to seller’s account.
- Seller confirms funds and credits bitcoin to buyer’s wallet.
- Seller pays all commissions in BTC per day.
- Next tranche continues until the contract is exhausted.
TRUST-ESCROW TO ESCROW PROCEDURE (SELLER NOMINATED ESCROW IS NOT NEGOTIABLE)
- Buyer and Seller shall sign the Purchase Agreement.
- Buyer shall show proof of funds for the first tranche via an active recent bank account statement of United States Dollars in cash via screen or email. Seller shall show a screen shot to the buyer via screen or email one of his/her wallets showing available BTC for the tranche.
- Buyer and Seller shall sign the Escrow Agreement. Buyer and Seller shall forward to the buyer Escrow and Seller Escrow Agent exact wire information and banking coordinates for the each of the parties and their respective representatives
- Buyer and Seller Escrow Agent shall endorse the Escrow Agreement and shall circulate the completed Escrow Agreement to the Seller and buyer.
- Upon execution of the Purchase Agreement and the Escrow Agreement, within 48 hours Buyer Escrow Agent shall wire to Seller Escrow Agent the purchase of the first tranche of 200 BTC (“Initial Deposit”).
- Seller Escrow Agent shall inform Buyer, Buyer Escrow agent and Seller receipt of the Initial Deposit.
- Seller shall initiate placement of the first tranche of the BTC directly into the Buyer’s Wallet-or Buyer Escrow Agent Wallet. Buyer shall provide its BTC Wallet information upon execution of the Purchase Agreement.
- Seller shall provide evidence of said deposit of BTC after receipt of confirmation of the Buyer’s funds.
- Thereafter, Buyer shall confirm receipt of the evidence of the deposit in its Wallet.
- Upon deposit of the entire first tranche with Buyer as evidenced by Seller, Escrow Agent shall disburse the remainder of the Initial Deposit less payments for commissions and payments due to Escrow Agent. All payments shall be made via wire transfer. Escrow Agent shall disburse funds within 24 hours of the transaction being consummated and after both Seller and Buyer verify the same in writing.
- This is an Australian Crypto Mining Company
- This is one of their storage wallets — https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/12XqeqZRVkBDgmPLVY4ZC6Y4ruUUEug8Fx
- They have many storage wallets. The above is not their transactional wallet. A transactional wallet will be filled with one tranche at a time. The buyer will see it go in, then move money, then the BTC will transfer out to the buyer’s wallet.
- 1.5% sell side (closed)
- 1.5% Buy side (open)
- Bitcoin Report is connected to this opportunity through two people. My team is Patriot Health LLC and we have three people in our team which means we will stand as a single group. Depending on how many people are between you and the buyer mandate, we would recommend a third box which would include you. All this can be negotiated based on who needs to be paid. Nothing is closed or claimed by anyone.
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