(The process is described with images here.) Not everyone seems to be subjected to the increased scrutiny. Perhaps they belong to a ‘wrong’ category such as ‘non-American.’ Or Coinbase may be gradually implementing the technology in order to iron out the myriad problems being experienced by users.
A Reddit poster with an existing Coinbase account wrote; I’ve had an account for three months and all of a sudden when I went to but [sic] more Bitcoin I was taken to a page to verify my identity again. This time they made me use my webcam and it took me eight tries because they kept saying it was too blurry.
Some are more flexible than others, some are more user-friendly than others, some provide a higher quality image than others.
As with so many other questions involved in how to broadcast live, much depends on exactly what you want to do.
Late in February, a Reddit thread on Coinbase erupted.
The exchange had implemented a new method to verify identities.
There are several different kinds of camera for live streaming.
Let’s start with the most basic and inexpensive and work our way up.
You can install the app on your device for free, but you’ll need the Wirecast encoder on a laptop to actually stream with the app.
Linked current (updating) image, linked animated gif (of the last 5 frames), latest video (iframe), time-lapse view player (iframe). last 6 hours...), custom iframe and images size (scaled in browser).1) Previous days only; H.264 coded video is rendered at end of day (your timezone).
Filetypes: mp4, webm, ogg 2) Login required for time-lapse view of your webcam. 3) Receive an email when your webcam URL is unreachable or image is not changing.
You can, however, get unlimited free trials on those sites using a simple trick with your email address if you have a valid card number with expiration date and CSV.
There's also an Android application for getting fake card numbers called Card Gen, available for free in the Play Store.