the idea is my bank account should not know who I do business with anymore. if a vendor does not accept bitcoin, I'll find someone who does accept bitcoin, as well as pay me or "someone else" with the payment method the vendor accepts. isn't this a perfect win-win? his government thinks he bought what I bought, the merchant thinks a friend has paid for my order, and my government does not know shit at all.
hey bitcoiners, so I am trying to make my online shopping a little more opaque than usual. I happen to have no fiat in my bank account, but some bitcoin, I made an online purchase using "bank wire" option, now I am trying to use hodlhodl to get someone to pay the merchant, this way there are three (actually 4) parties involved - p1 is me who sells some btc, p2 is guy who buys btc and pays p3 the merchant - p4 is the platform hodlhodl. what do you think? nice idea isn't it?
they are doing precious work, I hope it's not too late. but then will I miss the gullible and pretend that I care so much about every single life? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzTWmY_XjOQ
looks like this aged well
Bitcoin Maston Instance