I want to make a purchase of US$ 3,000.00 dollars worth of Bitcoin at market value, but I requiere of an anonymous method that is still safe to use, meaning a cash face-to-face (or bank account deposit) payment and an escrow system that holds the Bitcoins in question thus reasuring me the seller is being thruthful about owning the coins and be willing to sell them, plus that if anything were to go wrong on his end I would still receive the Bitcoins I paid for. As privacy is key to me, I would pay him/her with cash face-to-face and see him/her complete the trade, or with a deposit to a bank account (if the seller is in another city) and with a scan of the boucher from the payment I did- in case the seller didn’t released the funds from the escrow into my wallet afterwards- I would be providing enough proof that I carried out my part of the deal and the funds would still be transfered into my wallet if I filed a dispute, right?
I have contacted several local sellers and found a bunch that are willing to give me the deal I want, however none of them use LocalBitcoins or Bitsquare or have their funds in an outside wallet, reason for which I need to know how much time would it take for said person to transfer his/her Bitcoins into a (probably just made-up) Bitsquare account in order for (s)he to be able to post the application from which I would inmediatly summit my offer. Could all this process be immediate? Giving that I have yet to choose the seller (it will be the one who accepts proceeding this way) there’s several different wallets that the seller could be using (Coinbase, Blockchain and Xapo being the more commonly referred ones), does this matter? Do transfering funds from a third party wallet take more or less time than from a personal one? Or is there even any particular wallet which will fasten this actions?
Also, three things I would need clarafication on, first of all I want to know if the price will be let to fluctuate between the submission of the purchase and the actual completion of the trade (after I have payed) or is it the opposite? Because what i want is for the Bitcoins quantity to be exact as in the moment the purchase was established and the price I’m paying for them the same, regardless of the high volatibility of the coin. My other doubt is regarding the Bitcoins getting into my wallet after being released from the escrow, aproximately how much time would it take, and how much to appear on the Blockchain (unverified)? Last, by no least, I do not own Bitcoins in Bitsquare and therefor I would need someone to lend me the initial amount, who should I contact for that or how should I proceed?
Thank you very much for all the answers.
Sincerely, David Hume on Phenibut