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List of bitcoin person-to-person (P2P) bitcoin exchanges (e.g., Bisq, HodlHodl, LocalCoinSwap, etc.)

Following is a list of P2P exchanges for trading Bitcoin. Common payment methods include bank transfer, cash deposited in the seller's bank account, in-person cash (face-to-face) trades as well as payment networks such as Zelle, Alipay, even Cash App and PayPal, for example.
Any that I am missing?
Altcoin-only P2P Trading exchanges
AggregatoSearch and Helper Sites
Note: If you use one of the above P2P OTC trade "matchmaking" services, please trade with caution and do your own due diligence.
This list does not include exchanges not in English (e.g., 58Coin), deserted or defunct marketplaces (e.g., Cancoin, and Rahakott), not-yet launched (e.g., OTCBoss), ones that operate only through dark markets, or online-only DEX/decentralized exchanges (another list of DEXes).
Also, there are a number of variants that I didn't list:
Otherwise, there are a number of other exchanges — with varying attributes. We recommended trying to stick with No-KYC exchanges, including most of the ones listed on:
Additions, corrections, and other feedback welcome and can be submitted as an issue or pull request on GitHub, or via e-mail.
[Note: There is also a corresponding post on Medium with this information as well.]
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Getting Started With the Tipbot FAST - A Guide for Non-Techy New Users!

Hello, and welcome to IOTA. *insert futuristic music here
 
You're probably here because you just received a tip. Congratulations. You must have done something wonderful. The tip you've received is a special type of crypto currency called 'IOTA.' IOTA was first created in 2015 when our founders realized that to really bring crypto to the masses (human and machine!) you need a way to safely send someone value or data without paying a fee, because even small fees can add up, and that fails to mimic real currency.
 
Enter IOTA.
 
The tip you received lives on reddit servers and is indexed and generated automatically using your username. You can withdraw this tip at anytime to your own private wallet. For a complete guide to the tipbot you can click here. Otherwise, let's continue.
 
If you'd like to tip someone on reddit. Format your tip inside of a comment like this:
 
+1000 iota iotatipbot
 
An 'Iota' is the lowest unit. If you really want to spend big you can give 1 million iota's (aka 'mega' iota) like this:
 
+1 miota iotatipbot
 
The tipbot will also reference the dollar value of your tip.
 
When you properly tip someone or receive a tip yourself you are given a list of links (these links can also be referenced on the sidebar of /iotatipbot). When you click those links it messages the bot to do that action. Just refresh your browser and then check your messages!
 
Ok let's cut to the chase. You're probably wondering. "How much money do I have!?"
 
Currently,
**1 miota is worth
$.55
$1.10
$3.85
if someone tipped you 10 miota you now have in your possession
$5.55
$11
$38.50
worth of IOTA. Play around with different amounts of IOTA and there values here. Did someone tip you 100 or a 1000 'iota'? Sorry, you have less that 1 penny.
 
So, there's a lot you can do with this new found wealth.
 
1.You can leave it in the bot and tip other users. If you tip less then $.01 in value the bot will send them the tip privately so out of courtesy we don't spam message threads.
 
2.You can withdraw your iota. This will require you to install a mobile/web/or desktop wallet. Since IOTA uses a different system then bitcoin the wallet will be a little different then a BTC wallet. Follow instructions carefully.
 
3.You can deposit to your reddit username wallet using the 'deposit' link. This is a little more complicated, especially if you don't own any crypto. You'll need to buy some ETH or BTC on an exchange with a bank transfer then send the ETH or BTC to one of our two participating exchanges Bitfinex and Binance. Hopefully in the near future we will have more ways to buy IOTA!
 
A few of you might be thinking:
 
"HEY BUDDY. I don't want to deal with any of this crap! I just want some cold hard cash!"
 
Ok, got it, no need to yell! Let's say someone tipped you a good amount and you want cash as quickly as possible. The best way to do that at this time is to open a Binance account, withdraw your IOTA directly to it, sell it for BTC, send the BTC to a mobile wallet and locate a BTC ATM near you. Finally, sell your BTC for cash at that ATM. You can also find real people to sell BTC to at meetups and localbitcoins.com. No ATM? Some exchanges allow bank transfers but this may be slower.
 
In the future we hope to have an Android/IOS wallet that you can convert your IOTA on the fly to BTC while you're driving to an ATM! Although, you might want to think twice about selling your IOTA, it may grow in value exponentially! Track it here.
 
Hope all this helped! If you're looking for more detailed help on how to set up a wallet, how to use exchanges, blockchain vs DAG, total supply, market cap, machines using IOTA (m2m) or the complete vision of IOTA. Check out the sidebar and stickied links on /iota.
 
Once again WELCOME!
 
edit 1: removed 'glorious'
 
edit 2: Bot is now private below $.01 value threshold.
 
edit 3: We also have a second tip bot functioning called 'tanglepayTipBot'
discussion thread
wiki
tip like this
tanglepay +$.05
 
Edit 4. Are you VERY new to crypto?
 
These three videos are helpful
 
L2 - The Innovation Is the Blockchain
L2 - A Primer on Crypto Currencies
Tangle vs Blockchain
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In case you missed it: Major Crypto and Blockchain News from the week ending 12/14/2018

Developments in Financial Services

Regulatory Environment

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The Daily: Report Sees UK as Crypto Leader, Jersey Adopts ICO Rules

The Daily: Report Sees UK as Crypto Leader, Jersey Adopts ICO Rules
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The United Kingdom has what it takes to become a true leader in the crypto space, according to a new report covered in today’s Bitcoin in Brief. Also in The Daily, the British Crown dependency of Jersey has adopted new requirements for ICO projects to better protect participating investors, Malta now has a two-way bitcoin ATM, and Hong Kong has been promised thousands of crypto payment terminals.
Britain Set To Become Crypto Economy Leader, Report
The United Kingdom is in a good position to be a leader in the crypto economy and the implementation of blockchain technologies, according to a new report quoted by the British press. Britain has all the required resources, the authors claim, as well as industrial and governmental will to become a global hub for the technology by 2022. The analysis has been conducted by Big Innovation Centre, DAG Global and Deep Knowledge Analytics.
The gap between the traditional financial system and the crypto economy in the UK will close, DAG Global CEO Sean Kiernan believes. “The UK is a major global financial hub and in recent years has become a fintech leader as well. At the same time, it is starting to demonstrate significant potential to become a leader in blockchain technologies and the crypto economy,” he said, quoted by The Guardian.
The research, carried out in coordination with the parliamentary group on blockchain, has taken into consideration the £500m (~650 million) worth of investments into UK blockchain companies made in 2017–18 to conclude that the United Kingdom has the potential to become a world leader in the digital and crypto ecosystem within the next few years. “We are still at the early stages of the blockchain industry’s development and the huge impact it undoubtedly will have in Britain and globally,” said Birgitte Andersen, chief executive of Big Innovation Centre.
Jersey Introduces Requirements for ICO Projects
The Financial regulator of Jersey, one of the Channel Islands, has taken measures to protect investors participating in Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). In a guidance note released this month, the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC) provides basic definitions of cryptocurrencies, digital tokens, and token sales. It recognizes that their use “has risen dramatically” but also warns about the associated risks like high levels of price volatility, loss of funds through cyber-attacks, the high number of scams and pump-and-dump schemes.
Nevertheless, the JFSC states that most ICOs are unlikely to be regulated. Instead, the Commission places some conditions on the issuers of coins under the Island’s statutory instrument governing capital raising, the Control of Borrowing Order, noting for instance that a consent from the JFSC is required to establish a Jersey company. In granting such consent, regulators say, the JFSC may choose to impose certain conditions on the respective entity. Jersey-based ICO issuers are also required to be incorporated as a Jersey company and administered through a trust and company service provider licensed by the JFSC under the Financial Services Law.
The Commission classifies digital coins in two major categories — security and non-security tokens. The latter have been divided into “utility token” — “a usage right or the right to access a product or service”, and “cryptocurrency token […] designed to behave like a currency, being a store of value and medium of exchange.”
The document also lists a number of requirements that apply to ICO issuers and describes certain procedures and processes that should be followed in order to mitigate and manage the risks for retail investors. Companies are expected to apply anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing measures as well as inform investors about the risks.
In recent years, the British Crown dependency, situated off the French coast of Normandy, has attracted many startups from the crypto space. In the summer of 2015, the Government of Jersey released a consultation paper on cryptocurrencies, becoming one of the first jurisdiction in Europe to address the regulatory challenges in the fintech industry.

Malta Acquires Two-Way Crypto ATM

Malta, another crypto-friendly European destination, has reportedly acquired its first two-way automated teller machine exchanging cryptocurrency with fiat. Last week, a company called Moon Zebra launched the ATM located at the Quicklets offices, on Tower Road in Sliema. It operates Monday through Friday, 9 am — 6:30 pm.
The new BATM offers users the opportunity to buy and sell two cryptocurrencies, bitcoin (BTC) and litecoin (LTC). Moon Zebra claims this is the first device offering two-way transactions with cash. Another teller machine supporting purchases of cryptocurrency strangely disappeared last year. According to Coinatmradar, two other devices are also operational not far from Moon Zebra’s ATM, but both are buy only machines. One of them offers BTC, and the other supports BTC and LTC purchases.
The launch of the new BATM comes after the island nation took another step towards becoming one of the most crypto-friendly nations in Europe. Recently, the parliament in Valletta adopted three laws designed to introduce clear regulations for the country’s growing crypto industry. It’s been reportedthat the largest crypto exchange by trade volume, Binance, is considering a project to launch a “decentralized bank” in Malta. The favorable business climate has attracted other large crypto businesses to the island, including the Chinese exchange Okex and the Polish Bitbay.
Hong Kong Promised 5,500 Crypto POS Terminals
The Indonesian startup Pundi X is working to build a network of 5,500 POS terminals in Hong Kong supporting payments in a number of cryptocurrencies, the South China Morning Post reported. The devices will be able to connect not only to crypto wallets but also with other traditional payment methods like Visa, MasterCard, and Apple Pay.
According to Pundi X CEO, Zac Cheah, Hong Kong is the ideal place to test the payment network. His company has ambitious plans to introduce up to 100,000 crypto POS terminals in Southeast Asia by 2021. Recently, a chain of restaurants in Hong Kong installed crypto point-of-sale devices in partnership with the Indonesian startup. Pundi X claims that in the last six months 25,000 of its terminals have been ordered by businesses in Japan, Singapore, South Korea, and Switzerland.
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