So you are telling me you can use Strike with Moon to buy credit on Amazon (you get 5% back). On Amazon buy eGift card. Use that eGift card with @Bisq to get "non-KYC" BTC (currently for face value).
And the result is that you get "non-KYC" BTC with ~5% discount?
@threed @Bisq you can use gift cards on bisq? seems like it would be rife with fraud.
@pox @Bisq They actually seem safer and more private than other options where the payment can be cancelled and your name pops up everywhere: https://bisq.wiki/Amazon_eGift_card
@threed @Bisq interesting! and if the seller says he didn't get the gift card, how is that resolved?
@pox @threed Buyer will provide payment proof and the mediator will suggest a payment in favour of buyer.Seller will lose almost all of the security deposit.
@pox @threed https://bisq.wiki/Dispute_resolution
@Bisq @threed thanks. but I don't get how you can prove payment via a gift card. the code is basically a bearer asset, like a private key. whoever sees it grabs it. buyer can claim the code was not redeemed. seller can claim it was.
@pox @Bisq it supports "egift" card, which is a special thing that Amazon does.
@pox @threed Only online Amazon eGift cards, though.
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