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[PSA] OPSkins BTC & ETH cashout rates are ~10% lower rates and NOT feeless, as advertised

Here is a comparison between a very popular exchange, Bittrex, and a top 100 market cap cryptocurrency list showing the price differences. Not only are OPSkins' prices up to 10% higher (so up to 10% lower cashout rate) but they are also even higher than the 24h high points for both BTC and ETH.
Do not cashout using BTC or ETH if you can. PayPal fees are <3% in most places.
Edit: 2 words.
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[Discussion] CS.DEALS now has a real money marketplace with 1% selling fees

I want to start this off with something personal, which is exceptional because I never talk about my personal life on the internet or in any way mix it with my work online. For the past 16 months my life has consisted of nothing but misfortunes, playing CS and working on the marketplace and that's why this is a big day for me and why I want to share my little story behind it. I'm not looking for pity, my story is just something I want to share as I feel it's tied to my creation. Originally I had even bigger plans and created an incredible trading engine and more for cs.deals over the time period but it's to be determined if the plans are ever going to be realised. The ultimate plan will also remain a secret.
When I started KeyVendor over three years ago I've since become a fairly well known name in this scene, but people don't really know who I am, they only recognize my name and might know what I do online. I don't have social media accounts that people could follow and I don't mention to anyone what I'm up to or how I'm feeling. I'm really honored to see that people recognize me here and care about me and my goings-on, like when I got falsely VAC banned in January and people - some of whom I don't even know - supported me and defended my side without even knowing me. Valve was quick to remove the ban and that was that.
In 2017 I was happy with how I was doing with my trading sites and Keyvendor and everything was good in general. However, on the first day of 2018 everything started tumbling down, in the end turning out to be the worst year of my life, possibly for the rest of my life. Without a warning I suddenly lost my wonderful mother to a brain aneurysm. I watched from the side as she was passing out and was rushed to the hospital with little to no hope. We share the loss with my siblings, step father and my relatives and I feel the burden is also shared, which is why it wasn't as painful to me as it might've been to someone else. Then in April all my businesses went down due to the trade lock update. It was an understandable action from Valve and I know skins are a risky business and as I said I'm not asking for pity, this is life. There's much more I could add but I want to keep this short. After the update I quickly got Keyvendor back up and then I had to start working on cs.deals and my other trade site to bring them back for the loyal users who were patiently waiting to trade out their balance (we also did manual withdrawals for those who asked) and to continue using the loved services. In the meantime of coding features for the trade locked items, I started to get a vision about the big plans that I mentioned, which now led to this marketplace. The trade sites were coming back together slowly but steadily, when in July my alcoholic father passed away from liver failure. He wasn't the best person and we hadn't really been in touch for a few years since moving away from him and it wasn't a huge deal, unlike my mother's case. I was left with all the paperwork related to his death and this somewhat postponed the launch of the trading sites. All these misfortunes have driven me to create this marketplace to make things better again.
Finally in October I had CS.DEALS and my other site back up and running, but turns out they only have expenses and don't make any profit at all. Ever since then I was even more determined to create the big plan to get me back to where I was in 2017: have something sustainable and something I can constantly work on to improve. I hope this marketplace will be the thing. I'm determined to make this the best thing the scene has seen since OPskins if not even better, even if won't be as appreciated as it would've been during OPSkins and non-tradelock times. From now on we will have a bigger team working on things and I won't be a one man army.

Anyway, that's the story. Let's get to the marketplace:

You can think of the service as a trade bot website and a real money skin marketplace combined. You can sell your skins for trade-balance, like you would do on an advanced trade bot, or you can sell them for real money and buy them like you would on a marketplace. You can also top up trade-balance by converting real money to trade-balance and vice versa. Currently all this is confusing but we are looking into ways to make it simpler to the user and your feedback would come in useful with that.
Initially we will support the sale of the same items as the tradebot has supported thus far: CSGO, TF2, H1Z1, Dota2 and Rust. More games will be supported as the site picks up pace. The plan is to keep all fees very low to make this THE place to sell skins. There will be a constant flow of new features and improvements based on you guys' feedback and whatever is needed. Right now the feature set is pretty lacking and the whole service might feel crude, but everything will improve very quickly.
More deposit and withdrawal options are coming in the next week or so, but right now only Bitcoin deposits and withdrawals are supported. The most notable deposit options will be G2A PAY and SEPA transfers. Cashouts will work via SEPA transfer, Paypal and of course Bitcoin. The cashouts will be in Euro but we will also offer occasional USD cashouts via Paypal and bank transfer.
What I feel is really unique and good about the marketplace is the PriceDecay™ pricing method. Here the explanation for it from the website and an image to go with it:
With PriceDecay™ you can cashout your skins easier than ever, for better prices than ever. It automatically lowers the price of your item over time using an advanced algorithm. That means you won't have to keep updating the price of your item and you don't need to know the exact price of your item to sell it for good value. The item will get sold when it reaches the optimal pricepoint, without much effort at all.
https://imgur.com/a/TQzeRE4
If you have any feedback or confusion about the service, I would very much appreciate if you could let us know about them so it can be improved. I will be happy to answer any questions you have about anything.
I asked the mods for a permission to make this post, as cs.money always has a post made about them whenever they add a new pixel on their site. However, I never got a response so let's see how this goes.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJSsuP_5Ld4
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[H] ~1200k [W] 1.55€ each via Finland Bank Transfer

I have total of 1277k.
I want 1.55€ / each via Finland bank transfer.
b/o 1.55€ per key
Money to bank account -> Keys to you (normal method in Finnish trading scene)
My bank is Osuuspankki, but we can also use Pikasiirto.fi, siirto.fi or mobilepay.
Add me to discuss:
http://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561197963939615/
Tradeurl (for bot):
https://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffenew/?partner=3673887&token=SyRpKZpq
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OpSkins Scamming?

Fixed the whole post. Hey all,
I am a somewhat low-key trader with a few people that I trade with constantly, and from time to time I have newcomers who want to do a trade. Recently I was involved in a large trade of around $7,000 from someone who said he had won them on a gambling website. As a result, I offered this user a fair exchange in bitcoins for his skins. Shortly after, we proceeded with the trade and everything went smoothly. After the trade I had put the items on Opskins so I could get my money back to bitcoins asap. Few hours later or so, a user contacts me asking if I could exchange his OP Points to bitcoins, saying he didn't have the verification to cashout on opskins itself. The user had 200,000 Op Points, so I agreed to exchange it for a steal of a deal, knowing that all I had to do was cashout and id be making an easy $300-$400, how could I say no. A couple days later I go to login to Opskins and am told that I am banned for selling stolen skins. Now, I had no knowledge of the skins being stolen, I had no reason to believe that they were stolen. I contacted the owner of Opskins on Twitter, and after explaining the situation I have yet to get a reply in 2 days.
The day after I had bought the skins and put them on Opskins, I was contacted by a user telling me that the skins I had sold were stolen from him by an account hijacker. At this point I thought someone was trying to either trick me or leading up to an extortion of sorts in order to get the skins that I had purchased, so I did not trust what I was told. The day or 2 days after that, I honestly cannot remember, I had been banned for selling stolen skins. I have read and re-read the Terms of Service for Opskins and nowhere within that do I see a rule about selling stolen skins. Had I known the skins were stolen, I honestly would not have bought these skins in the first place. I had over 900,000 OP Points in my account, which is worth about $9,000, however the owner refuses to answer me which is horrible customer service. If given a chance to explain myself, I know I can show that I am innocent.
After being banned, I submitted a ticket on Opskins asking them to review my case, to which I was sent a picture. This picture simply said "Outlook not so good". Thanks to a user asking for a picture for proof, I noticed the staff referred to me as "Melanie", who was the user I had exchanged the Op Points for. I believe the staff banned me for actually stealing the items themselves rather than just selling them.
Proof of the ticket: https://i.imgur.com/fIjTiGP.jpg
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[Discussion] CEO of SkinBaron (cashout site) makes a statement on OPSKINS and VGO

All credit to HostileHero, since I was totally unaware of this. 5 days ago SkinBaron, CEO of SkinBaron, a cashout site that is a very small competitor to OPSKINS, made a public statement in /GlobalOffensiveTrade about the potential risks in regard of OPSKINS and VGO. The whole thread was deleted, however thanks to HostileHero I received the text.
I will post the text here, and additionally some interesting information from the original thread. Before you read it bear in mind, that this is coming from a competitor, so you should judge how credible it is on your own.
 
Original statement:
 
Statement about "VGO on OPskins" from SkinBaron (competing marketplace from Europe):
Obviously OPSkins partnership with VGO is very bad for the CS:GO trading scene and for all companies that run an honest third party website around steam's skins / API. The reason is that Valve and/or the copyright owners of these skins will surely be very angry about this blatant attempt of a cash-grab. I don't want to go into further detail because everything has been said in this thread about why this is bad.
Now to the conclusion that we as a competing marketplace draw from OPskins decision:
There are two possibilities:
1) OPskins doesn't know what they are doing. They think VGO is no problem with Valve / anyone else and it will increase their revenue.
2) OPskins is with their back to the wall and this is their last straw (desperation move aka "Let's try this as a last resort") or even an exit scam.
Now let me explain why I am convinced it possibility #2:
Our revenue from CS:GO tanked 75 % with the introduction of the 7 day trade hold. It is now obvious to us that the lost revenue had previously been fueled by CS:GO gambling and the option to buy skins and immediately use them on a roulette (or similar) site.
We were not happy about the lost revenue, but we appreciate the demise of gambling from the CS:GO scene and plan to grow our revenue again with the people that the skins were made for: players and traders / collectors.
My assumption is that OPskins faces similar, if not higher decline in revenue in CS:GO and after losing the option to compensate for it via PUBG, they are now facing bankruptcy because they have their whole operation set up with projections of ever increasing revenue. It is possible that their cushion of cash only lasts for a couple more weeks / months and this move with VGO is literally either the last straw or an exit scam.
I know that these are tough allegations, but their move is so stupid and risks the future of all third party sites, so I don't really care. OPskins, you can sue us if you have any money left ;-)
I know that from an outside point of view it seems crazy that OPskins would go broke. You probably ask "where did all the money go?". OPskins has been growing at a crazy rate since their launch. Remember the times (not so long ago!) when they used to pay out paypal and bitcoin after 5-7 days? That was not because they had too many cashouts, it was because they had no money and used your funds (balance) for their growth, e.g. hiring new guys, buying hardware, office space, paying management etc...
It has been a ponzi scheme from the start with management pulling out money and getting investor money in through selling shares and then the shady WAX ICO.
The right and only way to run a marketplace is to have seperate accounts for the company and the users' funds and from what we saw we assume that this is not the case with OPskins.
Your money is most likely not safe on OPskins and if there is a bank run (which it looks like at this point), then the last people to withdraw won't get anything.
I'm happy to answer any questions. And please don't roast me too much, it's obvious that we profit from stupid moves from OPskins, but right now I am not happy about the whole situation because I fear that they have gone too far.
If the biggest marketplace went bankrupt it would be very bad for us too. This reddit community is quite small compared to the total number of marketplace users and if OPskins really goes broke then we will also lose a lot of credibility because most people are not educated about our system of seperate accounts and would assume that we could also lose their funds.
On a sidenote:
Everyone is talking about the "lost players". Please note that gambling / trading sites run A LOT of bots and most of these bots are "in game". For example SkinBaron runs several hundred bots which are at all times "Playing Counter-Strike:Global Offensive". - Less third party sites - Less active players. So it is not true that so many players left, a big part of the decline is due to the departure of the gambling scene from CS:GO.
 
Selected comments:
 
*How do you think valve will react to VGO?
It totally depends on the success of VGO:
Think about it this way: What they do is essentially the same as if Amazon created an extra category for fake watches / clothing / etc... and promoted it on their front page as the better deal than the original brands.
In my opinion, there is no "win" for OPskins here, it either fails or they are in trouble.
*Have you spoken directly with OPS?
We never contacted them and they never contacted us until now. They might contact us now because the statement is obviously very aggressive towards them and I guess they won't like that.
 
My definition of exit scam in this case is that they realized that their main business is losing money with the new "rules" and will have to shut down soon. So they create VGO to squeeze a couple more millions out of the market.
From a desperate point of view it might seem smart, because they don't have to give the money from the vcases and vkeys back even if their main business OPskins shuts down. And with OPskins being the only platform to promote VGO right now, VGO will be dead once OPskins is dead. So yeah, basically it would not be a scam but it would surely be misleading people to put their money into a project that will be with no traffic very soon.
And please remember that I state this as a possible scenario, I surely can't know for sure what they think. I only see that the VGO-move is shady as f*** and will not end well. Their "Mystery item" was the same, they removed it very fast after Valve shut down IGXE and Lootmarket because of their affiliation with gambling.
 
As someone here pointed out, they have a quasi-monopoly on the market. Even if they sold skins on the remaining third party sites like Bitskins (most traffic after OPskins), how would they cash that out anonymously? VGO might look like a good way to squeeze out some anonymous and not-directly-linked-to-OPskins-money for the owners.
 
Since they (Valve - I added this) can't prevent other third party sites from including VGO they might try to kill the whole third party market to keep their players in the safe environment of the steam market. That would also kill normal trading, which would be kinda stupid because the option to trade skins freely is one of the main reasons for the success of the CS:GO skins, but who knows what their reasoning is when faced with this strange VGO situation.
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[Q] opskins another question?

previous question
I contacted the support at the opskins and they quickly answered me and solved the problem, now I can cashout.
But I do not know that when cashout in bitcoin is the current price
or price calculated at the time BTC is sent (sending time is 1-2
days after I request payment).
and bitcoin at that time can drastically change the price.
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How to sell skins for Cryptocurrency! (Bitcoin, Ethereum, ALTCOINS!) HOW TO EARN REAL BITCOIN AND CASHOUT USING COINBASE!!! How to cash out using OPSKINS! Bitcoin transaction confirmation time decreased by 97% in a month OPSkins - How to get cheap skins + how to cash out instantly

For trades involving Bitcoin, if you do not explicitly specify which variant of Bitcoin you want (either original Bitcoin, or Bitcoin Cash), it will be assumed that you want original Bitcoin. In Opskins you could just cashout without any other requirements but you need to to do this in Bitskins before you can cashout. Just a heads up! level The difference between Skins.Cash and Steam. The main difference between us and Steam Community Market is that Skins.Cash allows you to sell CS:GO skins and sell H1Z1 skins for real money. After the transfer, you will receive the exact amount of money which was listed during the trade. RUST Items on Time Get the Best Deals. Price (Min) Price (Max) Sort By: Order: Alien Red. $65.90 28% off $65.90 Don't get phished. Always look for bitskins.com in your navigation bar.; Avoid browser extensions. They pose massive security risks. Keep your activities secret. Your trading activities are not for others to know. The time of realization bitcoin payment is quite long. I was waiting about 2 days, but finally I got my money after writing a report. The support wasn't very helpful so if you have simillar problem I recommend to write here. :) I used paypal withdraw two times, and I got money in 15 minutes, so it works well.

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