ClearCoin Online Escrow

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[http://clearcoin.appspot.com ClearCoin] is an online service that might be of interest to mediators.
[http://clearcoin.appspot.com ClearCoin] is an online service that might be of interest to mediators.
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ClearCoin allows a buyer to send money (in the form of the digital currency [http://www.bitcoin.org Bitcoin] to an independent escrow.  Upon conditions acceptable to the buyer, the escrowed amount is then released to the seller.  Though ClearCoin does not arbitrate or mediate, the escrow will lock up the funds for up to a year if the buyer does not release them to the seller.
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ClearCoin allows a buyer to send money (in the form of the digital currency [http://www.bitcoin.org Bitcoin]) to an independent escrow.  Upon conditions acceptable to the buyer, the escrowed amount is then released to the seller.  Though ClearCoin does not arbitrate or mediate, the escrow will lock up the funds for up to a year if the buyer does not release them to the seller.
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The escrow is free for up to 100 bitcoins, and amounts over 100 BTC incur a 1% escrow fee.
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The escrow is free for up to 100 bitcoins (about $30 USD at the current, Jan 2011, exchange rate), and amounts over 100 BTC incur a 1% escrow fee.
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Current revision as of 10:26, 4 January 2011

ClearCoin is an online service that might be of interest to mediators.

ClearCoin allows a buyer to send money (in the form of the digital currency Bitcoin) to an independent escrow. Upon conditions acceptable to the buyer, the escrowed amount is then released to the seller. Though ClearCoin does not arbitrate or mediate, the escrow will lock up the funds for up to a year if the buyer does not release them to the seller.

The escrow is free for up to 100 bitcoins (about $30 USD at the current, Jan 2011, exchange rate), and amounts over 100 BTC incur a 1% escrow fee.

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