SecondMarket Welcomes Investors Seeking to Trade 25 BTC Or Greater

SecondMarket Welcomes Investors Seeking to Trade 25 BTC Or Greater

It would appear as if the SecondMarket online illiquid asset marketplace has opened its doors to many more investors with the opening of a full-service trading platform. Investors seeking to buy and sell in blocks of 25 BTC (over $12,000 USD at the current exchange rate) can enjoy personalized customer service and transactions that close in about one business day, according to the company's trading website. Investors looking to get involved will be required to complete a NAP (new account profile). Following approval to trade, SecondMarket will negotiate between buyers and sellers. For....


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Bitcoin does not put limits on what you can and cannot sell, it doesn’t randomly revoke your ability to send or receive money and there are no arbitrary waiting limits or minimum amounts that you need to have in order to have an account.

Cameron Ruggles, Founder of Vesp.co, Inc.