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an anyone please tell me how to make a payment and order domestic Aussie

Hey Champion, that's a very understandable question because sadly it's not nearly as easy or obvious as we'd all like it to be.

But first, have a quick look at these two recent threads for Aussies which might help bring you up to speed:

https://www.evolutionary.org/forums...ou-au-guys-use-to-buy-and-spend-bitcoin.90763
https://www.evolutionary.org/forums...xchanges-do-not-use-coinspot-and-swyftx.95800

Firstly, you can no longer do a direct bank transfer of AUD using BSB or Poli to a 'crypto exchange', where your AUD can be used to buy Bitcoin and that Bitcoin then sent to a supplier.

Some Aussie exchanges/apps allow PayID transfers where you send AUD from your bank account to an email address that's unique to your app/wallet account, and then you use your AUD to buy Bitcoin.

BUT here's the next hurdle: it seems, at least from my experience, that those Aussie exchanges are starting to clamp down on where you send your Bitcoin to. I've had Coinspot and Swyftx both disable any 'external transfers' from my account because an online store that I was trying to send Bitcoin to for an order was selling products considered illegal or 'prescription needed' in Australia. Even with one order of bacwater, which is 100% legit, because the store also sold steroids they denied the transfer and locked down my account.

It seems one way around this is to make your first few transfers to another person's wallet completely innocuous, just a personal send or buying product from a store with 100% legit products, so that they 'trust' you and future transfers won't be flagged. In hindsight that's what I should have done.

But it seems the best way is to avoid all that sh*t entirely, after all what right do they have to say where you can spend your money? And that means not using any Aussie exchange/app and going for an international one. There are a lot of those around, and also MoonPay seems to be popular here. I haven't had time to look further into that myself but maybe somebody here can help you with more of a step-by-step for that from an Aussie perspective in terms of how they actually do this.

When it comes to actually paying for an order using Bitcoin, it's just like paying with a credit card. You select your supplier, choose the products you want, and you'll end up at a checkout screen which lists the supplier's own Bitcoin wallet address, you copy that into your wallet app and 'send' the necessary amount of Bitcoin from your wallet to theirs (sometimes the checkout screen shows the wallet address and even amount as a QR code which your wallet app can scan straight off your phone).

So paying for your order with Bitcoin is super-easy, it's getting the Bitcoin into your wallet that can be the tricky bit from an Aussie perspective at least, so hopefully somebody here can share with you what they use and how they do this.
 
Second that. Exodus is the way to go.
Moonpay is just the payment method that exodus uses.
The wallet itself won’t require kyc either but moonpay will.

It’s super simple to set up and is done relatively quickly.
 
Hey Champion, that's a very understandable question because sadly it's not nearly as easy or obvious as we'd all like it to be.

But first, have a quick look at these two recent threads for Aussies which might help bring you up to speed:

https://www.evolutionary.org/forums...ou-au-guys-use-to-buy-and-spend-bitcoin.90763
https://www.evolutionary.org/forums...xchanges-do-not-use-coinspot-and-swyftx.95800

Firstly, you can no longer do a direct bank transfer of AUD using BSB or Poli to a 'crypto exchange', where your AUD can be used to buy Bitcoin and that Bitcoin then sent to a supplier.

Some Aussie exchanges/apps allow PayID transfers where you send AUD from your bank account to an email address that's unique to your app/wallet account, and then you use your AUD to buy Bitcoin.

BUT here's the next hurdle: it seems, at least from my experience, that those Aussie exchanges are starting to clamp down on where you send your Bitcoin to. I've had Coinspot and Swyftx both disable any 'external transfers' from my account because an online store that I was trying to send Bitcoin to for an order was selling products considered illegal or 'prescription needed' in Australia. Even with one order of bacwater, which is 100% legit, because the store also sold steroids they denied the transfer and locked down my account.

It seems one way around this is to make your first few transfers to another person's wallet completely innocuous, just a personal send or buying product from a store with 100% legit products, so that they 'trust' you and future transfers won't be flagged. In hindsight that's what I should have done.

But it seems the best way is to avoid all that sh*t entirely, after all what right do they have to say where you can spend your money? And that means not using any Aussie exchange/app and going for an international one. There are a lot of those around, and also MoonPay seems to be popular here. I haven't had time to look further into that myself but maybe somebody here can help you with more of a step-by-step for that from an Aussie perspective in terms of how they actually do this.

When it comes to actually paying for an order using Bitcoin, it's just like paying with a credit card. You select your supplier, choose the products you want, and you'll end up at a checkout screen which lists the supplier's own Bitcoin wallet address, you copy that into your wallet app and 'send' the necessary amount of Bitcoin from your wallet to theirs (sometimes the checkout screen shows the wallet address and even amount as a QR code which your wallet app can scan straight off your phone).

So paying for your order with Bitcoin is super-easy, it's getting the Bitcoin into your wallet that can be the tricky bit from an Aussie perspective at least, so hopefully somebody here can share with you what they use and how they do this.
Thank you for your reply. once I sort out the payment, where can I order legit products ?
 
https://evolutionary.org/?aff=19
Stock a great range of products that are top quality. Code bigg10 at checkout for some discount.

Other vendors on here that are also G2G
- apex
- pinman
- Hybridlabs
- body enhancement
- p10
- Ozpharmlabs

Can personally vouch for all of them.
 
Second that. Exodus is the way to go.
Moonpay is just the payment method that exodus uses.
The wallet itself won’t require kyc either but moonpay will.

It’s super simple to set up and is done relatively quickly.
So I need to open an account with Exodus first and then sign up on Moon pay to make a payment?
 
So I need to open an account with Exodus first and then sign up on Moon pay to make a payment?
Yep download exodus and set that up. Then when you go to purchase Bitcoin it will bring up moonpay and just follow their verification instructions.
Doesn’t take long and is very straight forward.

Once all purchased and it’s in your wallet sending btc is just as simple, go into btc, click send on the left then paste the address you want to send it to and send.
 
Like Kurobigg said UGLOZ is the go2 brother you won't regret, hassle free, site eazy to use plenty of quality products and AJ is all ways on hand to help out. And with the btc i use coinspot haven't had a issue yet but a few other's on here have had dramas with them so exodus is probably the way to go and i myself will be changing over very soon to👊
https://evolutionary.org/
 
Like Kurobigg said UGLOZ is the go2 brother you won't regret, hassle free, site eazy to use plenty of quality products and AJ is all ways on hand to help out. And with the btc i use coinspot haven't had a issue yet but a few other's on here have had dramas with them so exodus is probably the way to go and i myself will be changing over very soon to👊
https://evolutionary.org/
Thanks for your reply. Is there a seller who accepts a bank transfer? It's freaking complicated on BTC payment as I never use it before ...
 
Yep download exodus and set that up. Then when you go to purchase Bitcoin it will bring up moonpay and just follow their verification instructions.
Doesn’t take long and is very straight forward.

Once all purchased and it’s in your wallet sending btc is just as simple, go into btc, click send on the left then paste the address you want to send it to and send
https://evolutionary.org/?aff=19
Stock a great range of products that are top quality. Code bigg10 at checkout for some discount.

Other vendors on here that are also G2G
- apex
- pinman
- Hybridlabs
- body enhancement
- p10
- Ozpharmlabs

Can personally vouch for all of them.
Is there a
Apex & P10 accept bank transfer as payment. Read through their threads.
Where can I find the thread please?
 
Also, don't anyone bother with Revolut. This app lets you buy and use currencies all over the world, it's like a travel money card so you can load up AUD, USD, GBP, almost every current and also Bitcoin etc. But it won't let you send Bitcoin to another account, only 'trade' Bitcoin through buying and selling it. Once you sign up, Revolut pushes you onto a Premium plan and then charges you a $20 'early cancellation fee' if you want to drop that plan or close your account. Massive scam!
 
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