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1  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] PED (Project Entropia Dollars) for BTC on: July 22, 2018, 11:17:48 PM
As the title says, I'd like to sell a few more of my PED in Entropia Universe. Up to $100 (1000 PED) equivalent in BTC at a rate we can negotiate once we get to the trade. Been around for a good while, 10+ years in the game.

We can arrange any escrow service as needed. Well-established players vastly preferred.

Send me a PM if you'd happen to be interested.
2  Economy / Digital goods / Selling Project Entropia Dollar (PED) for Bitcoin on: July 05, 2017, 01:56:51 PM
It's time for this topic again, and in order to avoid necroing myself...  Roll Eyes

Selling up to 200 USD (at the moment) worth of PED (So 2000 PED) for its equivalent in Bitcoin. Will update accordingly as I free up capital.

I've also got a few CLDs and AUDs I'd be willing to sell for Bitcoin.

We can arrange any escrow service or exchange rate as needed. Well-established players vastly preferred.
3  Economy / Currency exchange / Selling up to $100 worth of PED (Project Entropia Dollar) for BTC on: May 07, 2016, 03:15:09 AM
Hiya there! Long story short, rather than agonizing over waiting for MA withdrawals, I'd rather trade up to 1000 PED for its equivalent in Bitcoin. Exchange rate agreed beforehand.

Please note that I'm only willing to trade with established members of the Entropia Universe community, so having a forum account with good activity or being in a respected society helps a lot.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Problems compiling Bitcoin 0.4.0 in Windows 7 x64 (MinGW Environment) on: September 26, 2011, 12:35:30 PM
Greetings once again.  Smiley

Yesterday I decided the pick the (somewhat daunting) task to compile Bitcoin from source. So, I grabbed my tools, downloaded all the dependencies with the versions indicated in the build-msw.txt file, used this thread as a reference for the trickier stuff (Only changing the versions for the dependencies where it was relevant), compiled them (Screw you, Boost) and then... nada. Here's the output:

C:\bitcoin-bitcoin-f8937b2\src>mingw32-make bitcoin.exe bitcoind.exe -f makefile
g++ -c -mthreads -O2 -w -Wno-invalid-offsetof -Wformat -g -D__WXDEBUG__ -DWIN32
E_UPNP=0 -I"C:\boost-1.47.0-mgw" -I"C:\db-4.8.30.NC-mgw\build_unix" -I"C:\openss
l-1.0.0d-mgw\include" -I"C:\wxWidgets-2.9.2-mgw\lib\gcc_lib\mswud" -I"C:\wxWidge
ts-2.9.2-mgw\include" -I"C:\miniupnpc-1.6-mgw" -DGUI -o obj/crypter.o crypter.cp
In file included from headers.h:94:0,
                 from crypter.cpp:9:
util.h:582:16: error: conflicting declaration 'typedef void* pthread_t'
c:\mingw\bin\../lib/gcc/mingw32/4.5.2/../../../../include/pthread.h:571:24: erro
r: 'pthread_t' has a previous declaration as 'typedef struct ptw32_handle_t pthr
util.h: In function 'pthread_t CreateThread(void (*)(void*), void*, bool)':
util.h:598:27: error: no matching function for call to 'ptw32_handle_t::ptw32_ha
c:\mingw\bin\../lib/gcc/mingw32/4.5.2/../../../../include/pthread.h:569:3: note:
 candidates are: ptw32_handle_t::ptw32_handle_t()
c:\mingw\bin\../lib/gcc/mingw32/4.5.2/../../../../include/pthread.h:569:3: note:
                 ptw32_handle_t::ptw32_handle_t(const ptw32_handle_t&)
util.h:603:28: error: no matching function for call to 'ptw32_handle_t::ptw32_ha
c:\mingw\bin\../lib/gcc/mingw32/4.5.2/../../../../include/pthread.h:569:3: note:
 candidates are: ptw32_handle_t::ptw32_handle_t()
c:\mingw\bin\../lib/gcc/mingw32/4.5.2/../../../../include/pthread.h:569:3: note:
                 ptw32_handle_t::ptw32_handle_t(const ptw32_handle_t&)
util.h:605:12: error: conversion from 'void*' to non-scalar type 'pthread_t' req
util.h: In function 'bool AffinityBugWorkaround(void (*)(void*))':
util.h:673:36: error: no match for 'operator!' in '!CreateThread(pfn, 0u, 0)'
util.h:673:36: note: candidate is: operator!(bool) <built-in>
mingw32-make: *** [obj/crypter.o] Error 1


Also, here's my MinGW version info, provided by this batch file, in case it becomes relevant.

gcc version 4.5.2 (GCC)
gcc version 4.5.2 (GCC)
GNU gdb (GDB) 7.2
GNU ld (GNU Binutils) 2.21.1
GNU windres (GNU Binutils) 2.21.1
GNU dlltool (GNU Binutils) 2.21.1
GNU Make 3.82
#define __MINGW32_VERSION           3.18
#define __W32API_VERSION 3.17

This is not the first time I've tried compiling something like this, but certainly it is the first I've tried to do so in Windows, and the first time I've tried with a project this big, so I know I was asking for trouble.  Grin From the output, the first I thought about (Given the declaration conflict) was that the headers were being added in the wrong order, but I tinkered a bit with that, no dice. Any more ideas?  Embarrassed Thanks in advance!
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Possible power issue when card is under stress... but where? on: August 28, 2011, 04:46:35 PM
Greetings there, Bitcoiners.  Wink

I'd like to kindly ask for any helpful input for some issues I've been having as of lately. Not too long ago, I upgraded my system, and replaced my battle-weary GeForce 9600GT with a spanking new Radeon HD 6850 (For motives unrelated to Bitcoin mining originally, though it does mine fairly well. Grin ). For a while everything went perfectly, but starting about a week ago, I've noticed that after mining for a bit, the LCD screen would turn blurry, wobbly horizontally... it's rather hard to explain, but it's like horizontal lines were moving back and forth in the screen. As soon as I stop mining, the problem disappears. This doesn't just happens when mining- running FurMark for a while creates the same issue, though apart from this, I don't see any other noticeable artifacts, not the usual suspects at least. (Black squares, weird textures, polygons stretching freakishly, etc.) I can attach a screenshot of the screen while mining or running FurMark, but the wobbling is noticeably absent in any screen cap.

I'm fairly certain it's a power issue, as it only happens when the card is under a lot of stress... but where? The PSU is new, and is rated at 800W which is certainly more than what I would need for that card. Also, checking the voltages in HWMonitor shows that +5V drops to 4.90 at worst, which I believe it is within a tolerable range. Could it be that I'm drawing too much power from the outlet and the monitor is the straw that breaks the camel's back? Has anyone experimented problems similar to these? Thanks in advance.
6  Other / Obsolete (buying) / [BUYING] PED (Project Entropia Dollar) for BTC on: May 13, 2011, 01:40:36 PM
Hello everyone.  Smiley

I'm looking to buy some PED (Project Entropia Dollar) using Bitcoin. Looking for around 150 PED, which at the time of writing this, it's around 68.90 PED per BTC (The PED is a virtual currency pegged to the USD, and used in the RCE (Real Cash Economy) Entropia Universe games, more information here: ). So I'm looking for a trade at around 2.18 BTC, rounding up. This may change according to fluctuations in the market, and I say we should agree to an exchange rate before initiating the trade. I use ClearCoin and ideally I'd like to trade with someone with some reputation in Bitcoin-OTC, but I'm going to be lax as probably not too many people here play this game. Cheesy ClearCoin usage is a must, though, and I'll only release the funds once we're in game and trading.

If you need any additional information, including info about the Entropia Universe itself, feel free to contact me.  Wink
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