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Our latest peer to peer loan syndication applet at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.quad.loansyndicate
I have clients wanting to take deposits for AngelList, Atlassian, BlaBlaCar,Domo,Etsy,Flipboard,Houzz,Kickstarter,LegalZoom,Lookout,MapR Technologies,

You can lend them those securities and they will use them as collateral and when you have the money you can redeem them, otherwise they are transfer to them. Email me should you be interested.

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FEES are calculated from actual interest/profit bids.
Unlike other sites, we do not hold client's money or anyone's money except our own. We just want to provide a platform for our clients to get competitive rates and exclude ourselves from the transaction side. Therefore, clients must understand that they will be dealing with people or banks who will take their deposits, just like any ordinary cause of business, caution is required. You should always have a good contract if you are lending/depositing to non-financial institutions. You should be careful when dealing with individuals who offered unsustainable rates. If they are not in your state, then you should not deal with them. Do not deposit/lend more than $5000 as this is the probably the maximum amount you can claim in a small claims court should borrower defaults, for banks check out their FDIC status. If you are lending to strangers, you should check their identity, do a pipl.com search, paypal search, bank search (deposit a penny into their account) and ebay or amazon search. Give them a call and ask whatever documents you need to verify their status. If you lend money to someone living in your city, then the risk is even lower as you can check them out in person or have a skype video (record the video for goodness sake). I do not have the resources to implement all these features in depositoffer but suffice to say, this is still experimental.
I have added bitcoin (and others will be followed soon) as it is unregulated under Virtual Currencies. This means it is anyone can bid to accept BTC. I have limit this to 30 days given the volatility. Obviously, you need to know who the taker (borrower/depositee) is and get a clear indication whether he will pay you in BTC or other currencies (the system is setup to receive BTC but you can use the swap option). I decided on this as I know many bitcoin owners are merely sitting on their bitcoins which is a shame as a currency in order to be accepted must be circulated in the economy (remember multiplier effect from econ 101 ?). So why not. As usual caution to whom you are lending to (make sure at least 6 blocks have passed ie 2 hours and longer) before passing the BTC. As you know BTC is not a fiat currencies so you should be extra careful to include a loan agreement, if you have difficulty ask me for a sample. The best ones are usually along the terms of a credit card. There is another website btcjam.com which is also offering the same but recently have been hit by defaulters/scammers. Obviously people lose their BTC. Depositoffer is different as we do not hold your BTC and you deal directly with the borrower (in btcjam, the website deals with the borrowers). The obvious point here is that as the lender/depositor you can sue in your own name to get your BTC back but in btcjam you are limited to an Arbitration Award. The latter has no enforcement effect, ie you need to go to court to get a judgment before you can enforce and enforcement by itself is something that I am well acquainted with as I am a lawyer. Its not cheap, so I would not lend any money to anyone unless, I know their identity, where they live, their income, video chat with them (record it) and so on. As lender, your rights is protected by the contract so you need to make sure you get this correct and you can bring someone to Court. In my experience, is very likely this someone will pay once they are summoned to Court because the alternative is court expenses and blacklisting by credit companies which extracts court's records.

If you are unfamiliar with BTC workings please have a look at this video which I find is the easiest for anyone wishing look under the BTC hood. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lx9zgZCMqXE
Personally, if you are not experience with BTC stayed away until you are knowledgeable.
We offer the only space in USD/AUD/YUAN/EURO/Virtual Currencies such as Bitcoin
This is a LIVE-BETA site with live transactions. For demo, please visit depositoffer.com/demo/