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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi, just like the title says, I want to transfer the bitcoins I have already in my wallet to my paypal account so I can actually use the money beacuse where I live bitcoins is not used anywhere. So is there a way to send the money from the bitcoin wallet to my Paypal account?

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Ludwig Johnson


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I did manage to find a website that I can eventually transfer my bitcoin into paypal account, but it is a costly way. (from a 230$ worth of bitcoins I managed to transfer to my paypal account about 180$).

if you are still interested you can visit this site: https://www.virwox.com/ - you can't actually transfer bitcoin into dollar and then to paypal, you can transfer you bitcoin into the wallet in that site, than to transfer the funds into an SLL currency and only than you can convert it into dollars and from there you can transfer it back to paypal.

from some research I did on the subject, that was the fastest way to convert bitcoins into paypal transferable money.

Hope this info helps you in anyway.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Ok, thanks! but if I don't have 230$ can I transfer smaller amounts too? or is that like the smallest amount?

I kinda want to try it out first with a small amount of money before I tranfer a lot. Or even transfer small amounts one by one so I make sure that I get everything because I don't want to loose my money..


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Posted · Original PosterOP
I've been on this site but I just couldn't find anyway of getting my money to paypal... Do you know? Have you done it?

If you have please help!


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Posted · Original PosterOP
I've seen a few around like https://btc2pp.net/ and https://coin2pal.info/, haven't used them myself, I use Mt.Gox.
I'll looked at those websites. Mt Gox though I've been on before so I know what it is but I couldn't find a way of transfering my money to paypal. But if there is a way, can you explain it to me?

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I've seen a few around like https://btc2pp.net/ and https://coin2pal.info/, haven't used them myself, I use Mt.Gox.
I use Wire Transfer to get my money off of Mt.Gox and I don't think there is a way to use Paypal on there. You also need to have a verified account and the verification can take a looooong time.
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Posted · Original PosterOP

I've seen a few around like https://btc2pp.net/ and https://coin2pal.info/, haven't used them myself, I use Mt.Gox.
Ok, well I don't want to upload any personal information like that to their site and I don't want to use wire transfer so I guess that is not an option for me... To bad since that is one that seems to be working.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

In the past I've used MtGox + bitinstant, but most recently I've used fastcash4bitcoins.com/ Seems to be very quick and transfers straight into paypal.

 

It took some time before I actually could test fastcash4bitcoins.com because they where waiting for there money from/to paypal or something like that. But now it's back, I tried it and it is working! I love it! Finally a site that transfers money to paypal. It has a minimum requierment of 20 dollars per transfer but otherwise I have nothing to complain about.

 

Thank you RhinoMCD for sharing this site with me!


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I suggest BTC-E https://btc-e.com/

You can transfer from Bitcoins to nearly any other cryptocurrency as well as USD. You can move the money into a Paypal (minimum $100, 6% Paypal fee)

I use this site all the time for the Litecoins I mine.

Paypal withdraw increased to a $200 Minimum. Kind of sucks in my situation but I may try bitinstant or fastcash4bitcoins.

 

Edit: Used Bitinstant and got my money in my paypal within 2 hours. Pretty good first time experience


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