Recently, sites like Brawker and Purse began to appear in Bitcoin space. Their goal is to bring people together with specific and complementary needs.
These are, for example, people who want to buy goods on sites that do not yet accept digital currencies directly. Another class of customers is those who want to buy bitcoins with a credit or debit card. Peer-to-peer platforms unite people with corresponding needs and allow one to buy bitcoins, others to get goods at a discount.
International bank transfers allow you to move money anywhere in the world. Most (if not all) online bitcoin exchanges support this withdrawal method. In addition, you can use the services of third-party payment systems.
While many of the sites mentioned here almost do not require special information from buyers, they require confirmation of identity from sellers. The laws do not yet oblige the Bitcoin platform to collect personal data, but they do it in a preventive manner in case such requirements arise in the near future.
Confirm your identity at the registration stage on the site to simplify the sale of bitcoins. This step will remove potential barriers to sales when the need arises.
The site may require scans of two utility bills with your name and address, as well as ID scans (passport or driver’s license). Some (for example, BitBargain) may even require a selfie with an open passport in their hands and the name of the site on a piece of paper!