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    zeusk
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    Liberty Reserve Alternatives

    Post  zeusk on Mon May 27, 2013 3:06 am

    Hello Members,

    As you all know Liberty Reserve is finished. It has been officially closed and the Liberty reserve website has been dissolved.
    Firstly I would like to say that I have lost my money in my Liberty Reserve account so I can share the pain with those members who have also lost money at Liberty Reserve.

    Liberty Reserve is closed but we must continue so I will share some alternatives below.


    Bitcoin (Via Coinbase)

    Some of you may know about Bitcoin, i must admit it is more expensive than Liberty Reserve, but it is 100% secure and I doubt bitcoin will ever be raided like Liberty Reserve.

    You can read more about Bitcoin here : http://bitcoin.org/en/

    Do not let the concept confuse you, it is as simple as Liberty Reserve and possibly easier. As long as you use a bitcoin "Wallet Provider".

    A wallet Provider = Third party handling your Bitcoins instead of you storing them on your own unsecure computer.

    I personally use Coinbase because its very straight forward and easy to use.
    At coinbase you can send/recieve/buy/sell Bitcoins.
    They have been operational for some years now and stability wise they are in the top 3.

    You can read more about Coinbase here : https://coinbase.com/


    Perfect Money

    Another Liberty Reserve alternative is Perfect Money.
    Perfect Money has been a long term competitor to Liberty Reserve for many years and for that reason I trust their experience.
    It is cheaper in comparison to Bitcoin.

    You can read more about Perfect Money here : http://perfectmoney.com/


    Web Money

    Web Money is one of the original e-currency providers. It has managed to stay in business for many years and I personally have never lost money at Web Money.
    The currency exchange rate/commision is almost exactly like Liberty Reserve. Many vendors also accept Web Money and I have a feeling it will become very popular now that Liberty Reserve has exited the market.


    You can read more about Web Money here : http://www.wmtransfer.com/

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