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Should have used Bitcoin: Credit card fraud

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US Army Guardsmen Convicted For Bitcoin Credit Card Fraud

US Army Guardsmen Convicted For Bitcoin Credit Card Fraud submitted by Lukovka to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

US Army Guardsmen Convicted For Bitcoin Credit Card Fraud

US Army Guardsmen Convicted For Bitcoin Credit Card Fraud submitted by Lukovka to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

US Army Guardsmen Convicted For Bitcoin Credit Card Fraud

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US Army Guardsmen Convicted For Bitcoin Credit Card Fraud

US Army Guardsmen Convicted For Bitcoin Credit Card Fraud submitted by BTCNews to BTCNews [link] [comments]

US Army Guardsmen Convicted For Bitcoin Credit Card Fraud

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Concept for a Sia-supporting business: Siacoin credit card subscription with anti-fraud Bitcoin deposit

I have this idea for a service that I occasionally toss around in my idea and would like to hear the Sia community's take on it.
Crypto unfortunately still lacks a common standard for a pull-based payment method. I don't really want to go around every month and actively fund every crypto-based service that I pay for. This is especially true for Sia, because if I forget to add funds, then my files are at risk. Ideally, I'd like it to automatically pull from my wallet within some limits that I set. I think within the Ethereum ecosystem there are some approaches to this, but nothing yet that is really catching on, from what I can tell.
So it seems to me the more practical near-term solution is to try to somehow get my Sia storage cost to appear on my credit card. But how to go about that? I could use goobox.io or filebase.com. They bridge my credit card to Sia for me - great! However, the safety of my files now depend not only on Sia, but also on the health and competence of some random startup. That's not an attractive option for me.
What is needed, it seems to me, is a service that takes my credit card and just sends me siacoins every month. Maybe it would also be able to watch my Sia wallet and automatically top up to a certain amount. The big problem of course is fraud risk. The moment you take credit cards and give out hard-to-trace digital cash you become very interesting to fraudsters. What can be done about this, if you are not a big player, like Coinbase, with a fancy anti-fraud department? My proposed solution: Require a Bitcoin deposit. True, this takes back some of the convenience. But among all cryptocurrencies Bitcoin is comparatively easy to acquire and it would just be a one time thing. After the costumer builds some history, the deposit can be sent back or turned into more siacoins.
Could the fraud risk be further reduced by the service not sending me siacoins but fully funded file contracts instead? I'd like to learn more about this option. Is there an easy way for the Sia daemon to import those file contracts on a continuous basis? Do I need to worry about the service retaining some kind of control over those file contracts that might interfere with my ability to use them?
What are your thoughts? Too convoluted? Or could you see yourself using a service like this?
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Prisoners built two PCs from parts, hid them in ceiling, connected to the state's network and did cybershenanigans - "Findings of bitcoin wallets, stripe accounts, bank accounts, and credit card accounts point toward possible identity fraud, along with other possible cybercrimes."

Prisoners built two PCs from parts, hid them in ceiling, connected to the state's network and did cybershenanigans - submitted by chabes to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Credit Card Fraud Estimated To Be 7 Billion Dollars In 2018. Bitcoin To The Rescue.

Credit Card Fraud Estimated To Be 7 Billion Dollars In 2018. Bitcoin To The Rescue. submitted by djLyfeAlert to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin is a technology that allows for lower fraud rates than credit cards at a lower cost. But some people want zero fraud rates at a zero cost while ending up with a system that is not practical enough for the real world and only works on paper. /r/btc

Bitcoin is a technology that allows for lower fraud rates than credit cards at a lower cost. But some people want zero fraud rates at a zero cost while ending up with a system that is not practical enough for the real world and only works on paper. /btc submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Bitcoin is a technology that allows for lower fraud rates than credit cards at a lower cost. But some people want zero fraud rates at a zero cost while ending up with a system that is not practical enough for the real world and only works on paper. /r/btc

Bitcoin is a technology that allows for lower fraud rates than credit cards at a lower cost. But some people want zero fraud rates at a zero cost while ending up with a system that is not practical enough for the real world and only works on paper. /btc submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

BITCOIN AIR provide many feature to maintain secutity.this project has great potential for development. Merchants will be able to transact in cryptocurrency without the worry of profit loss due to fraud or technical issues within their conventional credit card processing equipment. https://bitcoinai

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Of all crimes, Americans are worried most about credit card fraud. Hello Bitcoin | Forbes

Of all crimes, Americans are worried most about credit card fraud. Hello Bitcoin | Forbes submitted by TomasForgac to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The credit card companies protecting this store owner from fraud obviously means we need Bitcoin.

The credit card companies protecting this store owner from fraud obviously means we need Bitcoin. submitted by tmiw to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Credit Card fraud is about $190 Billion per year. All the Bitcoins in the world are worth less than $4B. Credit card fraud currently is indisputably a bigger problem than Bitcoin fraud. Posted by cultist captain Memorydealers

Credit Card fraud is about $190 Billion per year. All the Bitcoins in the world are worth less than $4B. Credit card fraud currently is indisputably a bigger problem than Bitcoin fraud. Posted by cultist captain Memorydealers submitted by Testingmynewphone to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

I just spent 2 hours and 3 phone calls to verify my credit card for an online purchase because the bank labeled it as fraud /r/Bitcoin

I just spent 2 hours and 3 phone calls to verify my credit card for an online purchase because the bank labeled it as fraud /Bitcoin submitted by cryptoanalyticabot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Site which offered a 30% discount on Amazon gift cards when paying with bitcoins is unexpectedly revealed as a front for credit card fraud.

Site which offered a 30% discount on Amazon gift cards when paying with bitcoins is unexpectedly revealed as a front for credit card fraud. submitted by Mark_Karpeles_ to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

I just spent 2 hours and 3 phone calls to verify my credit card for an online purchase because the bank labeled it as fraud /r/Bitcoin

I just spent 2 hours and 3 phone calls to verify my credit card for an online purchase because the bank labeled it as fraud /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

What is the equivalent of credit card or banking fraud protection for Bitcoin?

If a merchant incorrectly charges me (intentionally or otherwise), I have some recourse backed by regulations. Without this, I'd have only word of mouth to convince others not to do business with the entity.
What's the equivalent if payments are made with bitcoins?
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Preventing online credit card fraud.... why not just accept bitcoin?

Preventing online credit card fraud.... why not just accept bitcoin? submitted by cpsblogger to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin fraud and using credit cards

I’m looking for help with buying bitcoin. I recently found a website https://1-bitcoins.com/how-it-works.php
But I’m a little cautious because of all the scams with bitcoin.
Also, does anyone know if using a creditcard transaction for bitcoin is like a “cash advance” on your card or like a regular sale.
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Carders are abandoning credit card fraud and turning to bitcoin fraud (e.g. Evolution) because it is much less work.

Carders are abandoning credit card fraud and turning to bitcoin fraud (e.g. Evolution) because it is much less work. submitted by jstolfi to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

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