Why Scottish Paybis Is Still Among The Reliable Investment Services In The World

Paybis The One Stop Shop For All Your Cryptocurrency. Paybis offers a wide range of different payment methods to buy and sell Bitcoin and five more cryptocurrencies. You can buy Bitcoins directly on Paybis with credit or debit card or any payment method which suits you the best. Their goal is to provide the customers a secure trading platform with 24/7 live support.


Paybis is a fast-growing company of experienced professionals from various industries who joined efforts in order to solve the problem of getting crypto fast and securely. The team consists of IT and Executive professionals, as well as experienced traders with several thousand, completed deals in their background. Their mission is to provide one of the best international cryptocurrency exchange services and help people transfer their funds between different payment systems quickly and with minimum fees.


Paybis’ Background

The Paybis story has started in 2014, since then the exchange has grown to an international market place which serves more than 200,000 customers worldwide. They have completed more than 200,000 transactions since the beginning.

Paybis LTD is the company behind the operations of Paybis.com exchange. The company is registered in the United Kingdom with the registered address as 35/3 Buchanan Street, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, EH6 8RB. The founders are originally from Latvia.

Two employees are listed on Paybis LTD’s LinkedIn profile who are working for the company. Inokentijs Isers, from Latvia, is the director of Paybis LTD according to the company registrar, but he does not have a LinkedIn account. The other founder of the exchange is Konstantin Vasilenko who is an IT expert with over 15 years of extensive experience in enterprise IT project management, CRM systems, Blockchain, Digital Payments, and cryptocurrencies.

From 2015 he is the co-founded Paybis.com.Prior to joining the cryptospace he had 10+ year working career at Accenture, a Fortune 500 global management consulting and professional services firm that provides strategy, consulting, digital, technology and operations services. Vasilenko graduated from the University of Riga as an IT professional.

Paybis is actively present on major social media platforms. They are sharing industry related interesting information with their 1k followers on Facebook. Similarly, their 1k followers on Twitter can read guides and walkthrough from the exchanges beyond retweets of industry related news. Their Youtube channel however only has one video so far. An important item on their social media list is the Trustpilot page. Out of 3915 reviews, they have gained a 9.2 rating from their users, which indeed increases the transparency of their activity.


To sign at and trade on Paybis you have multiple options to choose from for registration. In order to make the signup process as smooth and fast as it could be, you can use your Facebook or Google account to sign up for their services quickly and securely. If you do not want to give permission to your account by third-party accesses, you can always go down the usual road of providing your name and email address for registration. You need to confirm your email address in order to sign in, so make sure you provide a valid email.


At the same time, they respect privacy promise all information you provide them is kept securely on their servers that are not connected to the public web.Normally it takes 10-20 mins to get verified while making the first transaction if you fill in all information required correctly and you upload good quality pictures. There are 3 levels of verification you can choose from, each has its own limits depending on the payment method you would like to use.


The level 1 verification is mandatory to use the platform. This includes providing personal information (like name, date of birth, address, ID numbers). You also need to provide a copy of your documents to them. For level 2 verification you need to provide them with a selfie of your IDs and a proof of your address. For level 3 verification they also require additional documentation for your bank account and a minimum amount of completed transaction on the platform.


Although generically speaking you are required to verify your identity when using the platform, there are some exceptions you can still buy bitcoin without verification. There are a few methods available to buy Bitcoin without verification. Amazon.com gift cards do not require verification. Additionally, the level 1 verification for Perfect Money, Advanced Cash and Payeer payment methods are granted automatically, thus you can make purchases of Bitcoin without verification up to specific amounts.


Verification limits are depending on the payment method you would like to use. For Visa/MasterCard credit/debit cards, limits are USD 20,000/50,000 per week/month. For other digital wallet payments like Advanced Cash, Perfect Money, and others, they allow up to USD/EUR 500,000 per week. With Bank Transfers EUR/USD/RUB Paybis allows up to USD 200,000 of purchases per week or equivalent in other currencies.


Paybis does not support every single country in the world. Due to local legislation, Paybis does not provide services to the residents of certain US states (New York (NY), Georgia (GA), Connecticut (CT), New Mexico (NM), Washington (WA), Hawaii (HI)) and some other countries due to international trade agreements. Make sure you check out the list of restricted countries on their website before signing up.

They also suggest certain payment methods depending on your location. In the US credit card is good for a large amount, but alternative payment provides are not available to US residents. For European Union residents all the listed payment methods are available. For Russia and CIS countries, the most popular payment method is using credit and debit cards, but they only accept EUR and USD payment, which mean additional currency conversion charges are applied on a transfer.

For the rest of the world, Paybis suggest using bank wire transfers but for them, EUR transfers are not supported.
The most impressive feature of Paybis is the variety of payment methods they offer. You can pay with Visa and Mastercards, SEPA or bank wire transfers. But they also offer a lot of different alternative payment option, such as paying with Amazon gift cards or Skrill, Yandey, Perfect Money funds.

Paybis features

You can even earn extra cash through their lucrative referral program. 10% of the profit is shared after each transaction done by your referral. In addition to this, they have a multi-tier system which means you are earning commissions after those referrals which are an affiliate to your first level referral.Paybis also offers guest blogging opportunity for those who would like to improve the SEO of their site. Something you rarely see on any crypto exchange.


Fees on Paybis
Before engaging into a deal on Paybis, make sure you check the fees and commissions on their rates sheet. The fee structure is a bit complicated so make sure you take the time to understand what you are dealing with.
Each payment method comes with a different fee which is based on a % commission and sometimes a flat fee added to this. Flat fees can increase your base costs during a small amount of purchases. The price of bitcoin and other cryptocurrency is depending thus on the payment method you choose. Paybis tried to be transparent as much they could be on the fees side, so you can see next to each payment method how much will that purchase cost to you after the commissions and fees are deducted. The price of Bitcoin and other cryptos are also varying depending on if you are buying or selling.


Security on Paybis

Paybis have turned on the possibility to add ratings to their Facebook page this means anyone who has a Facebook profile can rate their service which they cannot modify. This ensures that even bad reviews stay on the page, but unfortunately also means that anyone can comment with a Facebook account, regardless if they have truly used the service. Out of 18 opinions, their service is rated at 3.8/5. There were two users complaining about their service so far. Their issue was that Paybis asked for personal documents before the transactions. On the other hand, apart from these complaints, there are no real complaints about their services, nobody reported that they got scammed using their services and their Trustpilot rating is very high as well.

Paybis does not store any cryptocurrency on behalf of you. When you purchase the coins, the cryptocurrency is transferred directly into the wallet of yours. This reduces the risk of a hacking incident where the funds of the clients would be stolen from the exchange.

They do not have a 2FA security layer, so the password protection is the only gate on the site. Paybis stores offline all client related information, not on public servers.


Supported Payment Methods

Credit Card
Debit Card
Wire Transfer
Skrill
Neteller
AdvCash
Payeer
Perfect Money

Supported Countries

All countries except:

Bahamas
Botswana
Cambodia
Ghana
Iceland
Iran, Islamic Republic of
Korea, Democratic Republic of
Mongolia
Pakistan
Panama
Syrian Arab Republic
Trinidad and Tobago
Yemen
Zimbabwe
Afghanistan
Cuba
Iraq
Kyrgyzstan
Lebanon
Sudan
Some States in the US

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Bitcoin: Why You Need It

Most people know little about Bitcoin. It’s a brand, like the internet was in the late 1990s that created great excitement in a small fanatical audience but confusion, indifference and often hostility in the mainstream and establishment.

“I don’t need email,” people said, while many would look blank and not know what it was. It wasn’t until the social media floodgates opened that the mainstream piled in. Now all the marvelous benefits and distractions of being connected are taken as read.

The benefits of crypto are not well understood or even considered beyond the possibility of a life change rising in value for coins that an investor might ride to riches. This may well be the future for Bitcoin so to start a list of reasons why you should hold some Bitcoin must start with:

1)  A lottery ticket to a ride that some see having a 1,000% upside.

It could happen. There are only going to be 21 million bitcoins (BTC), many of which like Roman gold coins are already lost forever. If bitcoin was to be worth just half of the gold in the world it would be  about $200,000 a coin. If all the BTC was worth $1 trillion then the price would be north of $50,000.

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With BTC currently at $7,400 and the ability for people to buy tiny amounts, there is a fun dividend in actually holding.

2) Blockchain is “the next big thing.”

If you want to catch that wave when it lands, you need to know a bit about it. Buying crazes on the basis of zero knowledge is the short cut to the poorhouse. Owning bitcoin and going through all the stages to “get” crypto will position you perfectly for the day “crypto IPO” hits. That day will come and it will be big. Owning bitcoin will position you to take advantage of that boom.

3) Portfolio diversification is crucial.

Everyone should have a little gold, for example, to buffer the roller coaster of other financial instruments. Bitcoin and gold are very similar in as much as they are havens. “Physical” bitcoin however is easier to store, faster to sell and has much greater upside if you are laying in assets for what you see as being extremely volatile times in the future. If you are not in the “bullets and corn beef” legion, the gold, silver and bitcoin are must haves, with bitcoin the king if you feel you might have to jump on a plane to safety. It’s easy to travel with bitcoin; with gold bars and sacks of silver, not so much.

4) Bitcoin is currently a great hedge especially for equities.

This is because for now at least, bad news for equities is good news for bitcoin. That bad news is currently the China trade war. The trade war is bad for equities and there is a clear link to moves in BTC and emergent good/bad news on the trade negotiations. Bitcoin sends the signal then the news appears, which one would imagine is because of the insider news flow in crypto-hungry China.

5) Bitcoin is useful money.

You can buy things with bitcoin, and with bitcoin debit cards you can use it to buy things anywhere that takes Visa/Mastercard. While this can prove expensive, a bitcoin debit card is another off ramp for holders wishing to spend their profits. Bitcoin is also a useful currency for B2B and while currently niche, bitcoin use for international payments is quickly expanding when products need to be bought quickly and the vendor needs to establish transfer of funds fast to cut out delays. For large sums bitcoin beats credit cards hands down as a bitcoin transaction can’t be reversed unlike a credit card payment that is always vulnerable to charge backs. Transfers can take days to materialize, so for anything that’s a “rush job” bitcoin is the best possible way to pay if the vendor takes BTC.

Every investor should buy some bitcoin, even if it’s just $1. It is always best to be too early to a financial phenomenon than too late and it turns out the bitcoin story is still in its early chapters.

If you are an investor, it was obvious you need to hold equities, bonds, gold and cash. That is still true but these days, you need to hold a little crypto, because it is a new positive sum financial instrument. If you don’t have Bitcoin, the world won’t end, but you will be less diversified and more at risk than an investor that does hold some. Bitcoin will continue to be the ‘kingpin’ of the emergent blockchain industry and everybody needs a little bit of exposure to that in the same way as they needed a little Amazon in 2002.

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The U.S. Government Tried To Shut Down Bitcoin

Bitcoin conspiracy theorists have long suspected the U.S. government, among others, would like to shut down bitcoin.

Bitcoin’s first decade has seen its price explode, making early adopters overnight millionaires, and prompting some of the world’s biggest technology companies to create their own versions of bitcoin.

Now, it’s been revealed federal prosecutor-turned bitcoin and cryptocurrency expert Katie Haun was asked to look into “shutting down” bitcoin by her boss at the U.S. attorney’s office in 2012.

“They said ‘we have this perfect assignment for you’–there’s this thing called bitcoin and we need to investigate it,” Haun told CNBC in a wide-ranging interview, adding a colleague asked her to take down bitcoin.

“That was the first time I’d ever heard of bitcoin.”

Over the next few years Haun would go on to sit on the board of U.S. bitcoin and cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase and teach a class on cryptocurrency at Stanford Law School.

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Any serious attempt made by the U.S. Department of Justice to shut down bitcoin inevitably came to naught, with Haun saying, “it would have been akin to saying ‘let’s go prosecute cash.'”

Haun, who is now the first female general partner at U.S. venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz and co-heads its $350 million cryptocurrency fund, has worked closely with social media giant Facebook in development of its troubled libra cryptocurrency project.

U.S. government opposition to bitcoin and cryptocurrencies has become far more transparent since Donald Trump entered the White House.

Earlier this year, U.S. president Trump sent shockwaves throughout the bitcoin and cryptocurrency industry when he tweeted a vicious attack on Facebook’s bitcoin rival plans, branding it and bitcoin “unregulated crypto assets.”

Others in the U.S. government were quick to tow the line, with U.S. Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin adding his voice to the assault on bitcoin, Facebook’s planned Libra crypto project, and other cryptocurrencies, warning they pose a “national security” risk to the country.

Elsewhere, Apple chief executive Tim Cook has warned companies against creating their own cryptocurrencies.

“What we heard with libra were the same criticisms [I’d first heard about bitcoin]” Haun said.

“They were just heightened and they got more attention because of the high-profile nature of the project and the fact that Facebook was involved. I think it would be a really dangerous thing, and frankly a dangerous precedent to start shutting down technology before it’s built.”

Facebook’s libra has been under fire over the last week, with internet payments company PayPal, one of the Libra Association’s founding members, suddenly pulling out of the group on Friday.

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder and chief executive, had hoped to work with global regulators to clear libra’s path to launch in June 2020 but appears to have underestimated the level of opposition to the scheme.

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Bitcoin Is The New Gold

I always write about this basic idea when it comes to any investing: which way is the market going, up or down?

If you know, you are in great shape; if you don’t, you should not be playing at all.

This is the question on bitcoin.

All last year I was saying, “It’s going down, hopefully to about $2,500.” It hit the low $3,000s.

Now bitcoin is going up and I will be saying “It’s going up.” I think it will hit $6,000 soon and go on to $10,000.

At $10,000 I will look to recalibrate.

For now the crypto winter is over.

Here is the chart:

The Bitcoin chart: the crypto winter is over

This is a simple chart with some guidelines and there is a clear pathway upwards.

There is apparently a lot of China interest in crypto right now, with tether selling at a premium. This makes sense if the market considers a yuan dollar depreciation on the cards. Tether has been shown to be resilient, even if it is still a controversial coin. It remains a good place to stash capital from short-term moves, be that from bitcoin volatility or ‘fiat’ privations.

Money flowing into stablecoins is going to lift bitcoin because fundamentally  money flowing into crypto is what sustains and raises prices.

Bitcoin and altcoins have to have positive money flow because they are “mined” and have their monetary bases expanded with every block. For bitcoin $9 million of new money must enter every day to match new supply. It’s not that straight forward because if miners hodl on to some or all of their bitcoin, less money needs to enter on a daily basis to prop up the price. In the end, however, supply and demand creates the price and for new supply to be matched at current levels, more than $3.3 billion dollars has to flow into bitcoin to make it go up.

That might seem a lot but it is not when you see the scale of modern markets. Gold production is $140 billion, so that’s the amount of fiat that most come into the system to keep its price around $1,300 an ounce.

Both assets have about the same emission as a percentage; the difference being the market cap of gold is about $5 trillion and bitcoin is $0.09 trillion.

Gold is the global asset to hedge against risk and investors are incredibly interested in it. It is a mainstream asset dwarfing equities and other assets in the mind of the man in the street as an “investment.”

Google searches for gold and Bitcoin in the US

Google searches for gold and bitcoin in the U.S.

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When you drill down into mindshare, when you look at interest in the financial news,  you can see what looks like bitcoin eating into the interest in gold, at least in the U.S.

If you look at the global picture this trend can’t be seen as clearly and when you appreciate global interest in gold is driven by countries with low tech penetration it suggests that as time passes, bitcoin and crypto will increasingly share the flight capital/risk asset crown with gold.

Google searches for gold and Bitcoin worldwide

Google searches for gold and bitcoin worldwide

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Even if bitcoin takes 20% of that market, bitcoin will be through its previous $20,000 high. That is without bitcoin continuing to be used for transactions or any other emergent use case or situation.

Bitcoin winter is over, the price is going up, the only question is how high. For now $6,000 is an easy target and $10,000 a coin this year is not such a hard target. I’m still accumulating.

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In November 2018, Chambers won Journalist of the Year in the Business Market Commentary category in the State Street U.K. Institutional Press Awards.

 

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