I don’t really know if anyone has gotten any blow back from accepting a rather large payment to their bank account, but didn’t know if there was any real “limit” in what you could accept from another person in a one time trade?
Hey! each bank set’s it’s own limit on moving money over clearXchange.
Bank of America limit to sending $2,500 total a day and receive up to $5,000 during a day.
"…There are no limits to the amount of money you can receive.
The limits on the amount of money you can send depend on the type of account you’re using:
From personal Chase checking accounts or Chase Liquid® cards, you can send up to $2,000 in a single transaction, up to $2,000 a day and $16,000 in a calendar month.
They all have higer limits for special costumors and/or private busnsesses.
Good thing Bitsquare is limiting one transction to 0.5 btc
Capital One used to advertise a $2,000/day and $10,000 per month limit for their clearXchange payments. Now, with Zelle they simply say the limits are at their discretion. So everyone needs to check with their bank before buying more bitcoin than they can pay for.