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Offline DarthArgus

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How To Donate (Getting Started With Bitcoin)
« on: 11-07-16, 02:46:40 »
In an effort to keep ourselves and our players anonymous, we are attempting to only accept donations in Bitcoin. This is primarily because of the legal entanglements we could encounter otherwise.

You can easily convert funds from PayPal, credit cards, bank accounts, and other sources directly to bitcoin.

The fastest way we have found to buy Bitcoin with PayPal so far is to use SpicePay's bitcoin exchange.

We will put up a tutorial if necessary to help you get started if you need it, but if you'd like to try it yourself now, all you have to do is sign up, add your PayPal account, and purchase the amount of bitcoins equal to what you'd like to donate.

Once the coins are in your SpicePay account, you send them to our bitcoin address (click to see it's current balance): 19teYu6fPPr4nD4d8B6h8TMCN9ZPZtjvcV

StellaB is the foremost bitcoin expert here at Stella Bellum. Please contact him should you have questions, or post a topic in the Stella Bellum galaxy discussion area.
« Last Edit: 11-07-16, 17:46:00 by DarthArgus »

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Re: How To Donate (Getting Started With Bitcoin)
« Reply #1 on: 11-07-16, 03:15:57 »
Warning: Please be careful with your money. When sending money to an exchange or seller you are trusting that the operator will not abscond with your funds and that the operator maintains secure systems that protect against theft -- internal or external. It is recommended that you obtain the real-world identity of the operator and ensure that sufficient recourse is available. Because Bitcoin services are not highly regulated a service can continue operating even when it is widely believed that it is insecure or dishonest and webpages recommending them (including these) may not be regularly updated. Exchanging or storing significant amounts of funds with third-parties is not recommended.

First Time Bitcoin Buyer (some outdated Info, still good)

Big International Exchanges (USD, most accept EUR, too)

Big European Exchanges

Bitcoin Charts (tells you status about markets, too)
« Last Edit: 11-07-16, 03:35:26 by stellab »