Seattle ripple help!

Cryptocurrency Forum - Dec 14th 2017

  1. Amink

    Amink

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    From:
    Seattle
    I've been trying to figure out how to buy ripple in Seattle for over a week.. I guess Washington state has an issue with it. I'm a huge noob to this by the way. Anybody know a way around this? I've downloaded bitstamp, gatehub ect.. but nothing supports Washington state. I'm worried I'll miss out on this great opportunity..
     
  2. V4Vendetta

    V4Vendetta

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    From:
    Texas
    You can try to find someone to sell you Ripple OTC (over the counter), other than that you’d have to buy BTC from someone, then you could use Bittrex or Poloniex to buy Ripple. Poloniex allows you to have an account without a KYC (know your client) process but you’re limited to $2000/day. Bittrex is based in Seattle and only deals in crypto so you’ll need crypto to get in.
     
  3. Amink

    Amink

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    Thank you so much for the help. I will give that a shot.
     
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  4. Amink

    Amink

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    I still can find any way of buying any crypto in Seattle. Ive been researching the last few weeks and still cant figure it out. I tried bittrex and poloniex but both failed to work.. any help?
     
  5. V4Vendetta

    V4Vendetta

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    Yeah Poloniex recently made some changes to their verification process, and Bittrex has stopped accepting new users, for now. You can try using a VPN, maybe Opera Browser, and try using HitBTC.
     
  6. Darra

    Darra

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    Michigan, USA
    Not sure if this would work but seems you could (if you had family or friends out of State) Have someone you trust open a wallet buy Eth or Btc ..buy XRP then transfer it to your wallet you'd hold till ready.

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  7. gabs888

    gabs888

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  8. cryptostocksin

    cryptostocksin

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    Looks like trusting someone may be your only bet. There are some cold storage wallets that accept ripple. I believe the Nano S does.



    Video won't help you but if person you trust is a newbie, she or he can buy ripple and send to your cold storage wallet. If I come across a better solution I'll post it.

    Cryptostocksin
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu3BEjKrtJMXKq9uKgUo4MQ
     
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