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How do I anonymously turn my debit, credit, and prepaid card funds into Bitcoin for an anonymous BC wallet?

Can't have my transactions tracked or have my wallets shutdown.
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Can I buy crypto with a prepaid credit card? Can a prepaid credit card be traced to me, would I have to set up a vpn to stay completely anonymous, does anyone recommend any exchanges that dont use my ID? /r/Bitcoin

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Would you use an anonymous, prepaid credit card that you can loa with bitcoin? /r/Bitcoin

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Would you use an anonymous prepaid credit card that you can load with bitcoin? /r/Bitcoin

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How do I anonymously turn my debit, credit, and prepaid card funds into Bitcoin for an anonymous BC wallet? /r/Bitcoin

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Cash: use it or lose it!

Is this the last decade of cash?

The corona pandemic is not helping. Belgian media is picking up the Australian news about the coronavirus found active 28 days on banknotes, without understanding that the 28 days is on the Australian polymer and paper banknotes, while Euro banknotes are made of cotton fibers on which the coronavirus gets inactive rather quick. https://medicalxpress.com/news/2020-04-euro-banknotes-safe-coronavirus-ecb.html
You are touching so much in shops, including the pay terminals everyone is touching, that cash won't add much risk.

Until this year, I used to not care, and pay everything electronically.

But in March I became the victim of an identity theft. My bank account was frozen, my bank cards and payment app blocked. Opening new bank accounts or credit cards was impossible due to being on a blacklist.

My employer could not pay my salary in cash. For most professions this is forbidden by law since 2016.

Friends lent me cash. But I discovered cash was refused at supermarkets, shops, public transport, parkings, fuel stations, hospital, physiotherapist, online webshops, Uber, Deliveroo, etc. Sometimes because of corona anxiety, but often already from before 2020.

Prepaid cards could be a nice solution. But even while they are debit cards, in Belgium they seem to be refused where credit cards are refused, since they are Visa or Mastercards cards. These are refused in many Belgium places, since merchants don't like the higher costs. Not many prepaid cards allow charging with cash. And their availability is in recent decline: this year at least the following prepaid cards stopped or are announced to stop: Carrefour prepaid Flex card, BNP and Hello. The decline might be due to new very strict EU anti-money laundering laws. The anonymous prepaid cards (and generic gift cards) are now restricted to 100 euro maximum recharge in their lifetime and 50 euro payments.

Cryptocurrencies are also in theory a nice solution. But their acceptance in Belgium is extremely limited. Thanks to Takeaway accepting bitcoin, I could order delivery from many local snack restaurants.
But I discovered that bitcoin and most other cryptocurrencies, while having an "anonymous" reputation, are actually only pseudonymous and extremely open and transparent: for every transaction the origin address, destination address, amount and timestamp are recorded for eternity in a public ledger for everyone open to consult. When I buy something, the merchant can see how many coins I have in my wallet address. Buying, spending or selling coins are activities that can get your name connected to your addresses. Developers try to solve this privacy issue, but I'm afraid the war on anonymity (related to the war on cash) will crush that before cryptocurrency payments become popular.

So, my identity theft experience has awakened me: sharing your personal details in so many places caries a lot of danger. Think about it: while the law became more strict, there are still many (online) shops and restaurants taking knowledge of your credit card number, expiry date, CCV and your name. That's still enough information to do fraudulent payments in many places.

The cashless society is a surveillance society, with every payment traced. And it creates a lot of dependencies: electricity, internet, and permission by the banking and payment system. Once you are on a blacklist, even if you did nothing wrong, but somebody pretended to be you and did fraudulent payments, you are screwed for at least months.

So, now that I'm finally off the blacklist, I opened several bank accounts. That will not help for all issues, but still: having only 1 bank is really dangerous.

And from now on I pay everything possible with cash. Not just to keep my personal details safe, but also to keep the cash usage statistics high. Did you notice that the financial sector is regulary reporting the cash withdrawals decline? They report both the total amount withdrawn and the number of withdrawals.

I learned that the bank and payment processors are fighting a war on cash and they are actively lobbying the government for a reduction of the cash payment limit to 50 euro. Yes, an insane fifty euro! The banks are lazy about cash and want to impose negative rent without risking a bankrun. No cash is no bankrun. The payment processors just love the percentage they get from every payment.

Currently the acceptance of euro banknotes and coins for debts is compulsory by European law. But many merchants violated the law and we had at least one Belgian minister ignoring the enforcement. See e.g. this article from 2019: https://www.bruzz.be/samenleving/no-cash-doet-intrede-brusselse-horeca-2019-05-10.
The law has exceptions, e.g. for security reasons such as a pandemic. After the pandemic I will try to report all cash refusing merchants.
Merchants that refuse to accept cash payments can be reported at https://meldpunt.belgie.be or https://pointdecontact.belgique.be/. But I guess it is better to wait until after the pandemic.

We need to defend the right to use cash. And a crucial action to avoid the end of cash is to keep using it as much as possible.

Every time you pay with a bank card or app, you contribute to a cashless future where:
Use cash or lose it!
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Anonymous payment

EDITED TO CLARIFY: I'M TALKING ABOUT PAYMENT FOR IPTV, NOT VPN.
If going through the hassle of a VPN etc, it would seem crazy to then pay by CC or paypal. I thought I had found the answer in prepaid credit cards, but most providers go through paypal and I just can't get paypal to take prepaids (I do register them beforehand). They still don't seem to allow it.
I thought another option would be bitcoinATM but, along with the high transaction costs, it seems they also require KYC upfront - selfie, driving licence scan etc.
I have a bitcoin account that I haven't used yet. I had to do KYC to set it up. Although not anonymous, would this offer any more protection over, say, paypal? Assuming that I can't truly find an anonymous way of paying?
I'm in Canada btw.
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Choices for private and anonymous purchasing besides cash?

A recent (4mo) post talks about the data that credit cards collect on their users. Obviously cash is the best thing to purchase with anonymously and privately in person. And online (in some places) bitcoin can be the best way in this regards. Is there another option? Iirc the banking laws in the US require data gathering due to terrorism -_-. Maybe a loophole? Would prepaid visas and greendot be a good option? Or maybe a country that values privacy more (Switzerland?) that will supply credit cards. TIA.
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How to sign up for Mullvad VPN with a prepaid credit/debit card?

I am trying to sign up for Mullvad using a prepaid credit card with US dollars pre-loaded onto it.
When I use the credit card on their website to pay for the VPN using the "credit card" option, it gets rejected. Apparently the company that offers my prepaid credit card told me that the issue is probably due to Mullvad charing in Euros, but my card only having dollars on it. I guess their credit card payment option doesn't due currency transactions for you?
I then tried opening a paypal account and typed in my prepaid card info in my paypal account. Paypal immediately recognized that my card is a prepaid one. When I tried to buy one month of Mullvad's VPN service, paypal told me that I'd need to use a different card. Guess they really hate that I didn't have to give my social to use my card :/
Private Internet Access used to accept my cards. Once or twice I had to use paypal to sign up with them, but it worked ok. Why is Mullvad making this so hard? How can I pay them using my anonymous prepaid credit card??
Their website says there are authorized resellers that work with them such as malwarebytes, but malwarebytes only offers Mullvad VPN if I pay for their premium anti-virus software. I just want to buy the VPN here... Very annoying that Mullvad doesn't at least accept generic gift cards (e.g. starbucks, walmart etc.) like private internet access did to keep things anonymous when signing up for service.
Would love suggestions on how I can sign up for mullvad with my prepaid credit card here.
Thanks!
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No PayPal at all - Helix

Helix sent me an invoice today for my 1 month sub. I was paying a discounted rate, but they have now told me I have to pay by CC or bitcoin....PayPal no longer an option...plus they increased my rate.
I'm now looking for a backup provider for one connection at a reasonable price that accepts PayPal < $10/mth CDN.
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Which of these buying options is best for maintaining anonymity?

I want to make my first bitcoin purchase and have been trying to do my own research but would like to confirm with those more knowledgeable and experienced than me regarding remaining anonymous.
Here are a few of the ways I understand that you can remain anonymous, either completely or at the very least the end wallet being used to purchase things with BTC.
  1. I buy from a BTC ATM. The ATM I would use requires sms verification so I'd have to either:
1.A - Buy a prepaid phone so my normal phone number and therefor name aren't attached to the transaction. Downside to this would seem to be the markup fee, the time spent physically going to do this, and that it would probably make sense not to take my normal phone with me otherwise it could show i was at that location at the time the machine was used.
1.B - Buy it using my normal phone number and then use a mixecoinjoin to transfer it to a different electrum wallet that uses a tor proxy to keep my IP hidden. Downside again is the markup fee, the time spent, and the additional cost of mixing the coins.
  1. Buy from P2P marketplace by either:
2.A - Cash through the mail. Downsides seem to be markup fee, potential of cash being lost in the mail, or the person taking the money and not giving the BTC.
2.B - Bank Deposit. Downside again the markup fee, the person taking the money not giving BTC, but also it seems like more banks require ID even to deposit cash into someone else's account so might not be anonymous anyways unless I then mix into a different wallet.
3 - Buy from a normal exchange using a credit/debit card or bank account and then use mixecoinjoin to transfer it into a different wallet.
I'm not really familiar with how much it costs or how complicated it is to do a mixecoinjoin type thing. The markup fees for the others seem to typically be in the 7-15% range. So if mixing is relatively cheap it seems like avoiding the markup by buying directly from an exchange and then mixing would be better value while still maintaining end wallet anonymity.
Is this more or less accurate? Opinions from those more knowledgeable would be awesome.
Thanks for your help!
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PayPal vs credit card payment?

Which one do you recommend?
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Hide and Seek

I know you are reading this. You know who you are. This game has went on for long enough. It has been almost a year. Please, let it end. I am begging you. I just want my life back.
For everyone else, I will start at the beginning.
I am sure all of you have seen those youtube or twitch streamers who like to scam the scammers by wasting their time, right? I thought it was funny so I decided I would do the same thing, except without broadcasting it to the world. It was a lot of fun to see how long I could keep these assholes tied up on the phone with me instead of your trusting grandma.
Then I heard about the “Dark Web” and how there are also people on there who like to scam people. I admit, I had never been on the dark web before, but I had heard the stories. It was the wild west where you could buy drugs and have them delivered to your door and the police couldn’t track you. You could hire a hitman to kill anybody you wanted as long as you had bitcoins to pay them with. Sadly, I also heard about the child porn rings and knew I did not want to accidentally land on one of those pages. The anonymous nature of the dark web can both a blessing and a curse.
I logged on to the dark web and was able to find a page advertising hacking services. Not real hacking, but more stuff like hacking into your significant others facebook account or email to see if they are cheating on you. Stuff a simple keylogger would accomplish but they were asking for hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars. It was clearly a scam and was exactly what I was looking for.
Before I talk to any scammer, I spoof my number and have a virtual machine set up so if they take command of my computer, they are not actually doing anything real. It is all just a charade. I never use my real name, or real telephone number.
It started off the same way these things always start off. I act interested in a service, but I am not smart enough to know how to buy and send bitcoin. I string them along, and they eventually try to walk me through it over the phone. No matter how easy they make it, I am just too dumb to figure it out. They eventually get tired of dealing with me and hang up. All I wasted was both of our time.
This call was different. After about 5 minutes of me playing dumb, they figured it out and were pissed.
“You think you’re funny?”
“What are you talking about?”
“Trying to waste our time?”
“Yea, the more time you waste on me, the less time you have to scam other people.”
“You fucked up this time. You fucked with the wrong people.”
“Why do you do this? Scam people? Does it make you feel good?”
“We aren’t the spam callers you normally talk to in Nigeria or India, Jason. You are on the Dark Web now, and you should have known better than to fuck with people on the Dark Web.”
How the hell did they know my name was Jason? I told them my name was David. What the fuck? I better get off here now.
“You are a scammer. Get a real job and stop trying to scam people.”
I ended the call.
Less than a minute later, my phone rang from my own number. I knew I shouldn’t have answered it, but I did. I knew who it was.
“Hello?”
“Jason, we don’t like it when people hang up on us.”
“Listen, I clearly messed with the wrong person. I’m sorry. I am just trying to annoy scammers who scam innocent people. That’s all. This is just a big misunderstanding. Let’s just go our separate ways. I am sorry.”
“That is not how this is going to work Jason Keys”
“How do you know my name?”
“You found hackers on the Dark Web, are you surprised we know who you are and that your address is XXXXX ?” Yes, they knew my address.
“Okay, you were able to trace my phone and get my personal information. I get it. I fucked up.”
“Where are you right now, Jason?”
“I’m at work.” I lied.
‘No, you’re not, Jason. You are in your kitchen.”
“Okay, you somehow have used my phone’s GPS to find my location. I get it. You are real hackers. I will never waste your time or anyone else’s time again. I swear.”
“Do you like games, Jason?”
“What do you mean? I have an xbox.”
“Were going to play a game.”
“No, we don’t have to do that. We can just go our own way.”
“We are going to play Hide and Seek. You know how to play Hide and Seek right Jason?”
“The kids game. Yea. Everyone knows how to play that but I don’t want to play this game. I don’t even know who you are.”
“That is what makes this game so much fun for us. We know who you are. But to you, we could be anyone, anywhere, at anytime.”
“No. I am not going to play your game.”
“You don’t seem to understand. You don’t have a choice in the matter.”
“What happens when you catch me?”
“Then you will have to hide again.”
“What if I just don’t play?”
“Bad things will happen to you.” they said. “You have 12 hours to hide. Good luck.”
They hung up. .
They are just fucking with me I thought.
I clicked on the Facebook app on my phone and a message popped up saying No Account Found. I tried my twitter and gmail account and everything was gone. Somehow they had deleted my entire online presence while they were on the phone with me.
I knew I never should have went onto the Dark Web. I should have believed all the rumors I read about that place.
Maybe this person was serious about playing their game of Hide and Seek. At worst, I thought, I should find a different place to sleep for a few days just to let this pass over. I grabbed my backpack and threw in a few pairs of clothes to last three days, a pillow, and a toothbrush. That should be enough, I thought.
I called out of work and told them I had a family emergency and would be gone for a few days. I wasn’t sure where I was going to go yet, but a full tank of gas was a start. I slid my card into the gas pump and it came back denied. That is weird, I had just gotten paid 2 days before and had plenty of money in my account. I pulled out a credit card and tried again. It was also denied.
I went to the bank to get this problem sorted out. I told the teller my card was declined but I had money in my account earlier. She took my details to pull up my account, but their system showed no account ever existed under my name. I told her that was impossible! I showed her I have a debit card with my name on it. She called a manager over and they took the card away and told me I could be charged with fraud for having a fake debit card. I tried to explain but they were certain they have never had an account under my name or social security number. Even if I had an account in the past, their system would have been able to find it under my social.
I left the bank dumbfounded. My card had worked the day before and I have had an account at that bank since I turned 18 over five years ago. There is no way even hackers could delete my accounts that fast, if it is even possible at all. It had been less than an hour.
I sat on the hood of my car and called the credit card companies, but they had no records of me on file either. The one positive thing about this entire experience is they wiped off a few grand in my credit card debt, so I guess thank you for that much.
I went back to my car and the reality of the situation came crashing down on me. They knew who I was, where I lived, and now I had no access to any money. I sat down in the car to think over my options of what to do next when I saw an envelope on the passenger seat. I opened it up and it contained $100 cash (5 twenty dollar bills) and a note.
Time is ticking. You have $100 dollars and 11 hours left. You better go hide, because soon I will start to seek.
They found me already? How were they already in my town and knew where I was and what kind of car I drove? What am I going to do now? They are already watching me and what kind of car I drive, I am not even going to be able to use my own car.
After some thinking, I drove to the bus stop and bought a ticket for a bus heading North. It would be making 6 stops between here and Chicago so I can get out of town and decide where to get off later. They can’t know where I am going to be if I don’t even know where I’ll be. The ticket was $50 dollars so that only leaves me $50. I decided I would just have to deal with it later.
The bus ride itself is a nightmare on its own, but that is a story for another time. I got on the bus and finally decided enough was enough in Indianapolis. I left a warm Atlanta for Indiana with nothing but a few changes of clothes in my backpack. Could life be much worse?
I got something to eat at a McDonalds close to the bus stop and saved what little money I had left. There wasn’t enough money to spare for a motel, no matter how shady it was. I needed to save every penny I had right now. I slept outside and froze my ass off.
I didn’t know a soul there. I just decided it would be best if I kept a low profile and tried to stay out of sight. I didn’t have any sort of electronics for them to track and I don’t have any credit cards to trace. They shouldn’t have any idea where I got off the bus at. I could be in any city between Atlanta and Chicago if they had seen what bus I got off on.
That night, I found a starbucks and decided to grab myself a coffee. I put in my order and went to the restroom to clean myself up a little. I got back just as they were calling my name telling me my drink was ready. I grabbed my coffee and the employee said someone had given him a note to give me with my coffee. My heart sank as I sat down and opened the envelope. They had found me in less than 24 hours after I traveled over 500 miles away without telling a soul.
Inside was another $100 dollars and a note.
Not a bad start, most aren’t smart enough to ditch their car and town so fast. You have $100 dollars and 24 hours to find a new hiding spot. Try a little harder next time. I like a challenge.
I sat in the starbucks exhausted and defeated. If they found me that easily then was there any way to escape them? I decided to do what I should have done when all of this started. I went to the police.
The police listened to my story and then took my ID. They asked some questions and clearly did not believe I was telling the truth. They asked if I had taken any drugs and then ran my ID. When he came back he asked me if it was a fake ID because it was not pulling any information on me. I asked him to try one more time.
Before he tried again, he asked if I might be having some mental problems or off my medicine because I sounded like I might be having an episode. I’m pretty sure he wanted to take me to the hospital for a psychiatric hold.
When he went to run my ID again, I quietly slipped out the door and escaped. I knew what they had done. I no longer exist. At least in the eyes of the law and the public. My identity was deleted. My bank accounts were gone. My credit cards were gone. My social media was gone. Everything that proved who I was is gone. Outside of those who know me, I do not exist. And if I don’t exist, they can kill me with ease.
I walked to a truck stop near the interstate and was able to hitch a ride to Chicago for $20 dollars. A random trucker seemed a lot safer than a Greyhound bus full of drug addicts and creeps like I had taken to get this far. At least I got 2 hours of sleep in a warm cab.
In Chicago, I bought a burner phone and decided it was time to call home. It was prepaid, cheap, and new. The only number I knew was my own and my mom’s so I had to call her. I called her up and she was worried and asked where I was. I told her Chicago and started to explain what had led me here, but the call dropped. I looked at my phone and it said it had no service. A few moments later I got a text message.
YOU CAN USE A PHONE. YOU CAN’T ASK FOR HELP. THE RULES ARE SIMPLE YOU HIDE. WE SEEK.
I threw the phone against the wall and it shattered into pieces. It was a brand new phone. Nobody should have been able to know or hack it so fast. I am alone. Nobody can help me. I don’t know what to do anymore. The only option I had was to play their stupid game.
Since January 16th, my life has been constantly moving from town to town, sleeping in homeless shelters or park benches. Every night I go to sleep wondering if I will wake up to a note next to my head telling me to hide again. Every day I worry a random person will hand me an envelope.
I know some of you guys must be asking yourself why I even play the game? Why don’t I just stop running? They are just playing with me. They would not actually hurt me.
I have tried that before. In Colorado, I was tired, cold, and wet when they found me. I decided enough was enough. They left me the note mocking my attempts to run away and gave me another $50 dollars. I said screw it, let them kill me. I got me a nice hotel at the Hilton and spent all the money I had on a nice steak dinner. If they decided to kill me, at least I would have a nice last meal and a warm bed on my last night.
I thought I would have been up all night worried, but I was too worn out to care. I slept like a baby. I was shocked to open my eyes the next morning and not find someone with a gun pointed at my head. I smiled and thought to myself it had all been a game. A stupid fucking game that I believed was real. I spent months on the road, homeless, cold, and hungry for nothing.
Then I looked over and saw a note on the bed with a sharp knife lying across it. Someone had been here while I was sleeping. They had broken into my room and were in the same room with me. They could have killed me and I never would have known. I almost wish they had, but they let me live. Those assholes had let me live.
We aren’t ready for the game to end yet. Keep running and hiding Jason. The next time, we will not be so nice. Now back to Hide and Seek! See you soon.
There was no money with the note. My backpack was gone. I was completely broke after spending all my money on food and a hotel. I wish they would have killed me.
I don’t know why I didn’t just stay where I was and let them kill me, but letting someone kill you and doing nothing to stop it isn’t easy.
This game of cat and mouse continued. And that is what it was. A game of cat and mouse. I realized there was no hiding from them. They always knew where I was and there was no escape. They just liked playing the game.
I don’t know what the fun of this game is for them except to watch someone suffer. I don’t know how they seem to be everywhere and know everything. It doesn’t matter how fast or far I run, they will always be the steps ahead of me.
Every person I see or talk to could be them. I constantly try to look at the faces around me to see if any of them look familiar but everyone is a stranger. They are ghost. Always close by. Always watching. Always invisible.
They find me almost as soon as I stayed in the same place for more than a night or two. Sometimes they would be nice and let me settle somewhere for a week or two, but never long enough to be comfortable. I think they just like to keep me guessing and to give me hope that they decided to stop this game.
They also always gave me exactly what I need to survive. Most of the time it was just enough money to keep me fed but still hungry with a little left over. If it was deathly cold outside I may have a little extra to afford a place inside or even a warm jacket to keep me cold but alive. If I was sick, a bag of medicine would show up. They give me just enough to live a miserable life.
I know you are reading this. And I quit. I quit your game. I’m tired of playing. You’ve taken everything from me. If you want to kill me then kill me. I would rather be dead than to keep playing your game. You know where I am. You always do. Give me my life back or kill me. I quit.
Update:
Jason was right. Our game of Hide and Seek really is a cat and mouse game. We are the cat and Jason was the mouse. Here is the thing about a cat and a mouse, a cat likes to play with the mouse, to scare a mouse, to corner a mouse, to slap the mouse with its claws. When the mouse quits playing the cats game, the mouse dies.
It looks like we have to find a new mouse since our last one decided to stop playing our game. Luckily nosleep has plenty of mice to choose from and the accounts have a comment history so we can find the perfect mouse for our next game of Hide and Seek. If you see your own number pop up on your caller ID, don’t answer. It just might be us.
LCS
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Who here uses crypto currencies to pay for services like Real Debrid and Premiumize, and what advice would you offer a privacy-conscious newbie?

I've been using paysafecard with RD for a while now and like the added security and anonymity it provides over using a regular credit card, but Premiumize doesn't accept paysafecard anymore and FastSpring - their CC processor - is real hit or miss with accepting prepaid cards and I'm tired of the headaches. It's been suggested to me that bitcoin, ethereum, litecoin, etc. are a better choice for privacy anyway so I'd like to get setup, but I feel intimidated by the complexity of it all and don't want to provide my bank account because I'm very wary of this industry and don't know how safe that is (I'd much rather buy with a credit card because fraudulent charges are much easier to get corrected than loss of funds in a bank account). Any advice would be greatly appreciated - thanks!
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Prepaid Credit/ Debit Visa or MasterCard UK

When I was in the US I saw this was possible, however does the UK do a prepaid credit or debit card where you can top up at the shops with cash? I want it to be strictly anonymous and don’t want to provide ID at the time of purchase of the prepaid card. Before I get people replying saying it must be for something illegal - it’s not...It’s to purchase adult content online and purely not wanting it to come up on my credit card statement. I get how prepaid cards could be used for money laundering so happy if it’s a card where you can top up a max of £100. Some people have suggested gift cards or bitcoins but unfortunately that’s not an option as the site in question does not accept those methods of payment.
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[Discussion] Anonymity vs Identity on the Internet

Disclaimer - This is a long post that contains my opinions and perspective on the history and state of a lofty subject. I suspect most will disagree with at least parts of it, but I wanted to have a discussion about it.
My historical perspective on Anonymity vs Identity on the Internet (Skip to the arguments if you just want me to get the tldr point):
I’m pretty old compared to most in this sub (over 40) and my first time connecting to a BBS via 1200bpm modem was in 88 or 89. What did I use it for? Pirating games mostly and playing BBS games like Trader Wars.
I learned before the internet was a thing that it was a bad idea to use real personal info when connecting to other computers. In fact, it was generally against the rules of most BBS’s to do so, even with University run BBS’s. The early adopters back then were more concerned with running communities where things were discussed absent any perceived authority of identity but based on strength of ideas and arguments.
Identity just got in the way of discussions, opened people up to personal attacks and led to flame wars getting extra dicey since all parties likely lived in the same area code.
The only time identity was required from what I recall was if you want to co-sysop a BBS, that’s when the ownesysop wanted to know who he was giving admin powers to on his or her board. Some of the more popular boards required a phone number and answering a phone call to get access, but this was done more to prevent banned folks from returning then knowing anything about you.
Of course this wasn’t universal; I recall a few boards wanting a full application with all your details and I made the mistake of using one, once. A sysop that thought I did something really mean to his board actually did show up to my front door. It turned out alright as we were both nerds unwilling to fight, he bought me some beer and we ended up having a laugh over the whole thing.
When the internet came to be it seemed pretty well established that you did not use your real name on it. Since the WWW portion of the internet was really slow to take off into something useful, a lot of it was IRC, FTP and USENET. Porn, files and anonymous chatting were the biggest things about the early internet. Identity doesn’t mix well with any of these.
Internet commerce was never a guaranteed success back in the mid to late 90’s, people wouldn’t use their name on it, asking for a credit card number seemed like an impossible leap. There was no encryption, there were hacks galore and how the hell could you trust a faceless website to not steal from you as they were as anonymous as you.
A good chunk of the reason why there was a dot-com bubble was not just because of bad ideas, but the market moved faster than the customers were willing. The total market value in the online space lost during the dot com bubble pop is a joke compared to the current worldwide market value. I would argue this has less to do with the market size then changing attitudes regarding using personal info in that space.
Post dot-com collapse, things began to rapidly change, internet commerce worked and people started to trust it and the start of social media had been developing roots in things like geocities sites. Personal info was still a bad idea, but the idea of blogging under a real name was getting some traction and at times debated. Soon the social media experiments like Friendster and Myspace exploded and the era of social media on the internet began.
Anonymity vs. Identity Arguments:
At the start of social media, there wasn’t a clash of Anonymity vs. Identity as much as a blurring; it was mostly anonymous with some personal details as color and flavor. Facebook and Twitter changed that by being corporate vehicles that seeked to push the internet culture of Anonymity to one of Identity for profit.
If you asked me if Twitter or Facebook could even exist on the internet in 2005 I would have laughed in your face as it was completely anti-internet culture. Obviously I was wrong and 10 years later it still baffles me. Most of you have a facebook and twitter profile and I think you are nuts. I think you are using the internet wrong.
I’m going to call this Theo’s Law: When you post opinions on anything that include personal information or ways to respond, you will get Y number of angry/sexists/threating responses that are proportional to the amount of people that read it and squared by the X factor of controversial. This will never stop and it’s been a law of the internet since before it started.
What has changed is most people now put reams of info on the internet about themselves and freak the fuck out when someone uses it to be a troll and harass in a personal info knowing way. Doxxing in the BBS days was dialing every BBS in an area code looking for the same username, reading everything posted and just combing for details. You could spend 6 months and never get the address of someone in your area code that attended the same university.
Today you can google search a twitter handle and get a full life story in 3 seconds. This happens and folks scream doxxing, I just wonder what the fuck you expected.
Celebrities are the ones leading the charge against being protected from their own stupidity by not using the internet correctly and pushing for an Identity safe internet:
https://archive.today/kwxuy
It’s pure narcissism to do and say whatever they want in the online space free of the consequence of the Theo’s law:
https://archive.today/mBRvW
https://archive.today/oHbxk
The expectation that any person should be able to use their real info on the internet, make any kind of statement, and be free of any dissent, disagreement or threats is not feasible nor ever will be feasible without breaking the internet. To me it’s like sticking your hand in a blender and pushing random buttons, what did you expect to happen?
I think it’s a very debatable topic to discuss services that cater to one side of Anonymity vs Identity but not both, never both. I use LinkedIn, I don’t like it, but I use it because it’s a useful Identity service. Would I post any opinion on anything on that service, no fucking way.
I think gamergate is falling victim to a debate it doesn’t care about, how to use the internet or Anonymity vs Identity. Someone will call this victim blaming and my only retort is what did you expect to happen when you stuck your hand in that blender?
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03-08 00:04 - 'Creating a website buying/selling Bitcoin anonymously and buying Bitcoin with PayPal and other FIAT, anyone want to be my first customer?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/NoahBTC1 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 153-163min

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Hi, I’m launching the MVP for my website this coming week to see if anyone is actually interested in what I’m creating. It allows the buying/selling of Bitcoin anonymously and buying Bitcoin with PayPal and other FIAT. It with be similar to VirWox is the sense that it will allow people to buy Bitcoin with PayPal. Buying bitcoin on the site will take more effort on the users end but the process allows users to not have limits/not provide ID and use over a hundred other FIAT methods including PayPal. It will also allow you to use gift cards, prepaid cards or just straight up credit/debit. This is non custodial, non p2p and does not require KYC
If anyone is interested in this please let me know, I’m launching soon and I don’t want to pursue something fully that no one will spend money on.
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Creating a website buying/selling Bitcoin anonymously and buying Bitcoin with PayPal and other FIAT, anyone want to be my first customer?
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Hide and Seek

I know you are reading this. You know who you are. This game has went on for long enough. It has been almost a year. Please, let it end. I am begging you. I just want my life back.
For everyone else, I will start at the beginning.
I am sure all of you have seen those youtube or twitch streamers who like to scam the scammers by wasting their time, right? I thought it was funny so I decided I would do the same thing, except without broadcasting it to the world. It was a lot of fun to see how long I could keep these assholes tied up on the phone with me instead of your trusting grandma.
Then I heard about the “Dark Web” and how there are also people on there who like to scam people. I admit, I had never been on the dark web before, but I had heard the stories. It was the wild west where you could buy drugs and have them delivered to your door and the police couldn’t track you. You could hire a hitman to kill anybody you wanted as long as you had bitcoins to pay them with. Sadly, I also heard about the child porn rings and knew I did not want to accidentally land on one of those pages. The anonymous nature of the dark web can both a blessing and a curse.
I logged on to the dark web and was able to find a page advertising hacking services. Not real hacking, but more stuff like hacking into your significant others facebook account or email to see if they are cheating on you. Stuff a simple keylogger would accomplish but they were asking for hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars. It was clearly a scam and was exactly what I was looking for.
Before I talk to any scammer, I spoof my number and have a virtual machine set up so if they take command of my computer, they are not actually doing anything real. It is all just a charade. I never use my real name, or real telephone number.
It started off the same way these things always start off. I act interested in a service, but I am not smart enough to know how to buy and send bitcoin. I string them along, and they eventually try to walk me through it over the phone. No matter how easy they make it, I am just too dumb to figure it out. They eventually get tired of dealing with me and hang up. All I wasted was both of our time.
This call was different. After about 5 minutes of me playing dumb, they figured it out and were pissed.
“You think you’re funny?”
“What are you talking about?”
“Trying to waste our time?”
“Yea, the more time you waste on me, the less time you have to scam other people.”
“You fucked up this time. You fucked with the wrong people.”
“Why do you do this? Scam people? Does it make you feel good?”
“We aren’t the spam callers you normally talk to in Nigeria or India, Jason. You are on the Dark Web now, and you should have known better than to fuck with people on the Dark Web.”
How the hell did they know my name was Jason? I told them my name was David. What the fuck? I better get off here now.
“You are a scammer. Get a real job and stop trying to scam people.”
I ended the call.
Less than a minute later, my phone rang from my own number. I knew I shouldn’t have answered it, but I did. I knew who it was.
“Hello?”
“Jason, we don’t like it when people hang up on us.”
“Listen, I clearly messed with the wrong person. I’m sorry. I am just trying to annoy scammers who scam innocent people. That’s all. This is just a big misunderstanding. Let’s just go our separate ways. I am sorry.”
“That is not how this is going to work Jason Keys”
“How do you know my name?”
“You found hackers on the Dark Web, are you surprised we know who you are and that your address is XXXXX ?” Yes, they knew my address.
“Okay, you were able to trace my phone and get my personal information. I get it. I fucked up.”
“Where are you right now, Jason?”
“I’m at work.” I lied.
‘No, you’re not, Jason. You are in your kitchen.”
“Okay, you somehow have used my phone’s GPS to find my location. I get it. You are real hackers. I will never waste your time or anyone else’s time again. I swear.”
“Do you like games, Jason?”
“What do you mean? I have an xbox.”
“Were going to play a game.”
“No, we don’t have to do that. We can just go our own way.”
“We are going to play Hide and Seek. You know how to play Hide and Seek right Jason?”
“The kids game. Yea. Everyone knows how to play that but I don’t want to play this game. I don’t even know who you are.”
“That is what makes this game so much fun for us. We know who you are. But to you, we could be anyone, anywhere, at anytime.”
“No. I am not going to play your game.”
“You don’t seem to understand. You don’t have a choice in the matter.”
“What happens when you catch me?”
“Then you will have to hide again.”
“What if I just don’t play?”
“Bad things will happen to you.” they said. “You have 12 hours to hide. Good luck.”
They hung up. .
They are just fucking with me I thought.
I clicked on the Facebook app on my phone and a message popped up saying No Account Found. I tried my twitter and gmail account and everything was gone. Somehow they had deleted my entire online presence while they were on the phone with me.
I knew I never should have went onto the Dark Web. I should have believed all the rumors I read about that place.
Maybe this person was serious about playing their game of Hide and Seek. At worst, I thought, I should find a different place to sleep for a few days just to let this pass over. I grabbed my backpack and threw in a few pairs of clothes to last three days, a pillow, and a toothbrush. That should be enough, I thought.
I called out of work and told them I had a family emergency and would be gone for a few days. I wasn’t sure where I was going to go yet, but a full tank of gas was a start. I slid my card into the gas pump and it came back denied. That is weird, I had just gotten paid 2 days before and had plenty of money in my account. I pulled out a credit card and tried again. It was also denied.
I went to the bank to get this problem sorted out. I told the teller my card was declined but I had money in my account earlier. She took my details to pull up my account, but their system showed no account ever existed under my name. I told her that was impossible! I showed her I have a debit card with my name on it. She called a manager over and they took the card away and told me I could be charged with fraud for having a fake debit card. I tried to explain but they were certain they have never had an account under my name or social security number. Even if I had an account in the past, their system would have been able to find it under my social.
I left the bank dumbfounded. My card had worked the day before and I have had an account at that bank since I turned 18 over five years ago. There is no way even hackers could delete my accounts that fast, if it is even possible at all. It had been less than an hour.
I sat on the hood of my car and called the credit card companies, but they had no records of me on file either. The one positive thing about this entire experience is they wiped off a few grand in my credit card debt, so I guess thank you for that much.
I went back to my car and the reality of the situation came crashing down on me. They knew who I was, where I lived, and now I had no access to any money. I sat down in the car to think over my options of what to do next when I saw an envelope on the passenger seat. I opened it up and it contained $100 cash (5 twenty dollar bills) and a note.
Time is ticking. You have $100 dollars and 11 hours left. You better go hide, because soon I will start to seek.
They found me already? How were they already in my town and knew where I was and what kind of car I drove? What am I going to do now? They are already watching me and what kind of car I drive, I am not even going to be able to use my own car.
After some thinking, I drove to the bus stop and bought a ticket for a bus heading North. It would be making 6 stops between here and Chicago so I can get out of town and decide where to get off later. They can’t know where I am going to be if I don’t even know where I’ll be. The ticket was $50 dollars so that only leaves me $50. I decided I would just have to deal with it later.
The bus ride itself is a nightmare on its own, but that is a story for another time. I got on the bus and finally decided enough was enough in Indianapolis. I left a warm Atlanta for Indiana with nothing but a few changes of clothes in my backpack. Could life be much worse?
I got something to eat at a McDonalds close to the bus stop and saved what little money I had left. There wasn’t enough money to spare for a motel, no matter how shady it was. I needed to save every penny I had right now. I slept outside and froze my ass off.
I didn’t know a soul there. I just decided it would be best if I kept a low profile and tried to stay out of sight. I didn’t have any sort of electronics for them to track and I don’t have any credit cards to trace. They shouldn’t have any idea where I got off the bus at. I could be in any city between Atlanta and Chicago if they had seen what bus I got off on.
That night, I found a starbucks and decided to grab myself a coffee. I put in my order and went to the restroom to clean myself up a little. I got back just as they were calling my name telling me my drink was ready. I grabbed my coffee and the employee said someone had given him a note to give me with my coffee. My heart sank as I sat down and opened the envelope. They had found me in less than 24 hours after I traveled over 500 miles away without telling a soul.
Inside was another $100 dollars and a note.
Not a bad start, most aren’t smart enough to ditch their car and town so fast. You have $100 dollars and 24 hours to find a new hiding spot. Try a little harder next time. I like a challenge.
I sat in the starbucks exhausted and defeated. If they found me that easily then was there any way to escape them? I decided to do what I should have done when all of this started. I went to the police.
The police listened to my story and then took my ID. They asked some questions and clearly did not believe I was telling the truth. They asked if I had taken any drugs and then ran my ID. When he came back he asked me if it was a fake ID because it was not pulling any information on me. I asked him to try one more time.
Before he tried again, he asked if I might be having some mental problems or off my medicine because I sounded like I might be having an episode. I’m pretty sure he wanted to take me to the hospital for a psychiatric hold.
When he went to run my ID again, I quietly slipped out the door and escaped. I knew what they had done. I no longer exist. At least in the eyes of the law and the public. My identity was deleted. My bank accounts were gone. My credit cards were gone. My social media was gone. Everything that proved who I was is gone. Outside of those who know me, I do not exist. And if I don’t exist, they can kill me with ease.
I walked to a truck stop near the interstate and was able to hitch a ride to Chicago for $20 dollars. A random trucker seemed a lot safer than a Greyhound bus full of drug addicts and creeps like I had taken to get this far. At least I got 2 hours of sleep in a warm cab.
In Chicago, I bought a burner phone and decided it was time to call home. It was prepaid, cheap, and new. The only number I knew was my own and my mom’s so I had to call her. I called her up and she was worried and asked where I was. I told her Chicago and started to explain what had led me here, but the call dropped. I looked at my phone and it said it had no service. A few moments later I got a text message.
YOU CAN USE A PHONE. YOU CAN’T ASK FOR HELP. THE RULES ARE SIMPLE YOU HIDE. WE SEEK.
I threw the phone against the wall and it shattered into pieces. It was a brand new phone. Nobody should have been able to know or hack it so fast. I am alone. Nobody can help me. I don’t know what to do anymore. The only option I had was to play their stupid game.
Since January 16th, my life has been constantly moving from town to town, sleeping in homeless shelters or park benches. Every night I go to sleep wondering if I will wake up to a note next to my head telling me to hide again. Every day I worry a random person will hand me an envelope.
I know some of you guys must be asking yourself why I even play the game? Why don’t I just stop running? They are just playing with me. They would not actually hurt me.
I have tried that before. In Colorado, I was tired, cold, and wet when they found me. I decided enough was enough. They left me the note mocking my attempts to run away and gave me another $50 dollars. I said screw it, let them kill me. I got me a nice hotel at the Hilton and spent all the money I had on a nice steak dinner. If they decided to kill me, at least I would have a nice last meal and a warm bed on my last night.
I thought I would have been up all night worried, but I was too worn out to care. I slept like a baby. I was shocked to open my eyes the next morning and not find someone with a gun pointed at my head. I smiled and thought to myself it had all been a game. A stupid fucking game that I believed was real. I spent months on the road, homeless, cold, and hungry for nothing.
Then I looked over and saw a note on the bed with a sharp knife lying across it. Someone had been here while I was sleeping. They had broken into my room and were in the same room with me. They could have killed me and I never would have known. I almost wish they had, but they let me live. Those assholes had let me live.
We aren’t ready for the game to end yet. Keep running and hiding Jason. The next time, we will not be so nice. Now back to Hide and Seek! See you soon.
There was no money with the note. My backpack was gone. I was completely broke after spending all my money on food and a hotel. I wish they would have killed me.
I don’t know why I didn’t just stay where I was and let them kill me, but letting someone kill you and doing nothing to stop it isn’t easy.
This game of cat and mouse continued. And that is what it was. A game of cat and mouse. I realized there was no hiding from them. They always knew where I was and there was no escape. They just liked playing the game.
I don’t know what the fun of this game is for them except to watch someone suffer. I don’t know how they seem to be everywhere and know everything. It doesn’t matter how fast or far I run, they will always be the steps ahead of me.
Every person I see or talk to could be them. I constantly try to look at the faces around me to see if any of them look familiar but everyone is a stranger. They are ghost. Always close by. Always watching. Always invisible.
They find me almost as soon as I stayed in the same place for more than a night or two. Sometimes they would be nice and let me settle somewhere for a week or two, but never long enough to be comfortable. I think they just like to keep me guessing and to give me hope that they decided to stop this game.
They also always gave me exactly what I need to survive. Most of the time it was just enough money to keep me fed but still hungry with a little left over. If it was deathly cold outside I may have a little extra to afford a place inside or even a warm jacket to keep me cold but alive. If I was sick, a bag of medicine would show up. They give me just enough to live a miserable life.
I know you are reading this. And I quit. I quit your game. I’m tired of playing. You’ve taken everything from me. If you want to kill me then kill me. I would rather be dead than to keep playing your game. You know where I am. You always do. Give me my life back or kill me. I quit.
Update:
Jason was right. Our game of Hide and Seek really is a cat and mouse game. We are the cat and Jason was the mouse. Here is the thing about a cat and a mouse, a cat likes to play with the mouse, to scare a mouse, to corner a mouse, to slap the mouse with its claws. When the mouse quits playing the cats game, the mouse dies.
It looks like we have to find a new mouse since our last one decided to stop playing our game. Luckily nosleep has plenty of mice to choose from and the accounts have a comment history so we can find the perfect mouse for our next game of Hide and Seek. If you see your own number pop up on your caller ID, don’t answer. It just might be us.
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Skeptical about payment methods.

I'm looking into getting a seedbox but the payment methods available is what's giving me trouble.
I don't have a paypal account and I don't want to use a regular credit card or debit card. I have no experience with bitcoin either. My only real option is a non-refillable prepaid gift card (Mastercard). On the bank's website it states that the Mastercard gift card can be used for online purchases in (my country [Europe]) and internationally.
So my question is, which of the following seedbox providers will accept a MC gift card: Feral Hosting, Seedhost.eu, Whatbox (they seem to be accepting Paypal and BTC only), seedboxes.cc, dediseedbox, seedboxcompany, others (?). I need a seedbox that allows public trackers as well.
I think my best shot is with Ferahosting and their 'Stripe' payment, but other threads in this sub regarding gift cards are from 2 years ago, so I had to ask!
Thanks for reading
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Cryptocurrency News: 5 Benefits of Crypto Payments

The demand from consumers is increasing as the benefits of digitally native payments are becoming more apparent. Crypto can save both customers and businesses money and time and can also increase the security of transactions.

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For example, online retailer Overstock accepts crypto payments directly from any customer, around the globe instantly.

Overstock: Benefits of Bitcoin Purchases
Overstock was one of the first major retailers to accept Bitcoin in 2014 and has continued to make a name for itself in the crypto space launching its own blockchain based capital markets solution, tZero. Others such as Microsoft, Dish, and Shopify have followed, accepting crypto payments in exchange for their goods and services.

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Financial institutions and retailers collect and retain a wide range of customer’s personal and financial information. Your bank tracks anything from your name, address and social security number to your net worth, investments, account balances, and credit score. On the other side of the transaction, retailers are collecting your browsing and purchasing history as well as your basic personal information.

With crypto, the only data needed to process payments is two strings of numbers – the customer’s address and the recipient's address. Of course, crypto transactions aren't completely anonymous because most blockchains are public, and personal information like your name and address are often still collected by retailers. Despite this, crypto transactions collect and retain significantly less personal information than standard credit card transactions.

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Removing the third party from the equation opens the doors for millions of people around the globe without access to banks (“the unbanked”), giving them access to the global economy. The opportunity for crypto payment adoption in places like Nigeria where an estimated 100 million people have access to the internet, mostly through mobile devices, but only 31 million hold bank accounts, is huge.

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The current electronic payment system forces businesses to take a substantial risk when processing payments. When you purchase something with a credit card, you’ll often see your transaction as pending on your statement. That’s because your payment isn’t actually as instant as it appears. It has to travel between a customer, two banks, then finally, to the merchant.

The lack of speed and the need for multiple parties gives customers the chance to take an item only to cancel their payment before it’s processed, leaving the business high and dry. With a crypto payments, it can't be reversed once it is processed. It’s instant and permanent, which means companies don’t have to worry about chargebacks.

Loyal Customers
CheapAir – an American online travel agency – has reportedly processed more than $5 million in Bitcoin payments since 2013. The CEO of CheapAir Jeff Klee told Forbes that he likes "customers who pay in crypto because they are loyal." He also noted that they’re more likely to “buy higher ticket items.”

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How to buy Bitcoin on WebMoney?

I do not have Bitcoin, so I want to buy a new Bitcoin. I do not want to use a credit card or debit card, so I would like to purchase using a highly anonymous WebMoney prepaid card. Is there any good service?
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