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3  Local / Marketplace (India) / Selling BTC at Preev + 10% on: February 08, 2017, 01:57:23 PM
Payment method: Bank Transfer.

Escrow will be used.
4  Economy / Trading Discussion / How to get money anonymously? on: June 10, 2014, 04:52:21 PM
I was wondering, how can I get money from someone anonymously? I want the method to be really simple for the other person to do.

Should i get a MoneyPak? Or a VISA credit card from here and have them bank deposit? or should get them to buy me a giftcard and then sell the giftcard for BTC?

I want to use the money to shop online on different websites.
5  Local / Marketplace (India) / 2 x MSi TF3 7950 Graphic Cards for SALE on: April 14, 2014, 03:37:47 PM
- Excellent condition.
- Barely used.
- Can hash at 670Kh/s
 
18k each. Located in Delhi.
6  Local / India / [FUD] MtGox's DEATH - Bitcoin headed towards darkness? on: February 08, 2014, 06:16:08 PM
As we all know by now, mtgox is in big trouble. They say they will release a new statement on 10th Feb 2014, which most likely would be "we have sent all the stuck bitcoins back, but fiat withdrawals still won't go through".

What if, none of the future btc withdrawals don't work either? And mtgox finally admits to going belly up, like 2 months later?

What would happen when mtgox finally admits that it is in big trouble and can't serve us anymore? Would the bitcoin prices fall sharply AGAIN? Or would the prices hold steady (because its not like all exchanges will shutdown).

What I personally think will happen on Monday is, mtgox will release the "stuck" bitcoins back to the owners, and the respective owners will again try to withdraw all their btc holdings because not a lot of people trust mtgox anymore. And what happens when mtgox again receives thousands of withdrawal requests on monday? The coins get "stuck" again (i.e. if it indeed is a technical issue)!

Do you really think that they can fix a REAL technical issue in just 2 days ? If they were that competent, wouldn't they have fixed the technical glitch a long time ago?

I have some money held up with mtgox, and I really do hope that i do get my coins back, but I like to live in the reality. I know, there is something BIG going on inside mtgox - Either they are keeping the coins for themselves as part of an elaborate ponzi scheme OR they are in big trouble with the authorities and hence, can't release any coins until the authorities let them do so.

Either way, this DOES NOT LOOK GOOD. Like many will agree, its best that mtgox pays us back what they owe us and shuts down for good. Because all these price fluctuations caused by the mtgox uncertainity is making many new small-time investors lose their life savings.
7  Economy / Service Discussion / MtGox's DEATH - Bitcoin headed towards darkness? on: February 08, 2014, 06:13:27 PM
As we all know by now, mtgox is in big trouble. They say they will release a new statement on 10th Feb 2014, which most likely would be "we have sent all the stuck bitcoins back, but fiat withdrawals still won't go through".

What if, none of the future btc withdrawals don't work either? And mtgox finally admits to going belly up, like 2 months later?

What would happen when mtgox finally admits that it is in big trouble and can't serve us anymore? Would the bitcoin prices fall sharply AGAIN? Or would the prices hold steady (because its not like all exchanges will shutdown).

What I personally think will happen on Monday is, mtgox will release the "stuck" bitcoins back to the owners, and the respective owners will again try to withdraw all their btc holdings because not a lot of people trust mtgox anymore. And what happens when mtgox again receives thousands of withdrawal requests on monday? The coins get "stuck" again (i.e. if it indeed is a technical issue)!

Do you really think that they can fix a REAL technical issue in just 2 days ? If they were that competent, wouldn't they have fixed the technical glitch a long time ago?

I have some money held up with mtgox, and I really do hope that i do get my coins back, but I like to live in the reality. I know, there is something BIG going on inside mtgox - Either they are keeping the coins for themselves as part of an elaborate ponzi scheme OR they are in big trouble with the authorities and hence, can't release any coins until the authorities let them do so.

Either way, this DOES NOT LOOK GOOD. Like many will agree, its best that mtgox pays us back what they owe us and shuts down for good. Because all these price fluctuations caused by the mtgox uncertainity is making many new small-time investors lose their life savings.

Coindesk Article on Mtgox death :: http://www.coindesk.com/mt-gox-first-bitcoin-exchange-dead/
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / [FUD] Russia, China & Apple ban Bitcoins. Gox closing. Is this the end? on: February 07, 2014, 10:24:48 AM
For the people that are not aware yet,

Russia banned bitcoins :: http://rt.com/business/bitcoin-russia-use-ban-942/

China banned bitcoins :: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-12-05/china-s-pboc-bans-financial-companies-from-bitcoin-transactions.html

Apple removes all BTC apps :: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/apple/10621175/Apple-bans-final-bitcoin-wallet-from-App-Store.html

Indonesia Bans bitcoins :: http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/business/bitcoins-neither-currency-nor-legal-paymen-tools-in-indonesia-central-bank/

India shuts down all BTC exchanges :: http://www.thehindu.com/business/Industry/bitcoin-exchanges-shut-shop-in-india/article5504407.ece

Thailand bans bitcoins :: http://www.cnbc.com/id/100923551

USA in final stages of banning bitcoins :: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-15/us-government-begins-bitcoin-crackdown

France issued warning against bitcoins :: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/12/05/us-france-bitcoin-idUSBRE9B40IF20131205

Korea rejected bitcoin legalising bill :: http://thenextweb.com/asia/2013/12/10/korea-becomes-the-latest-asian-country-to-reject-bitcoin-as-a-legitimate-currency/

Alibaba withdraws BTC support :: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-01-08/bitcoin-banned-by-alibaba-s-taobao-after-china-tightens-rules.html

Mtgox scams $38 million from users :: http://falkvinge.net/2014/02/04/major-bitcoin-exchange-not-executing-withdrawals-now-owes-clients-38m-in-disappeared-money/

Mtgox OFFICIALLY stops all withdrawals :: https://www.mtgox.com/press_release_20140207.html

And the mining difficulty is going up every hour... making it almost IMPOSSIBLE TO MAKE PROFIT by mining.

Is this where it all ends? Is this where all hope dies? Does the bitcoin "bubble" burst now?
9  Local / India / [FUD] Mt.Gox SCAM? $38million disappeared. Large sums affected. on: February 06, 2014, 05:54:52 AM
Apparently, $38million of clients' money has disappeared from mtgox. Was mtgox hacked? Or did they steal the money to keep themselves afloat?

Source :: http://falkvinge.net/2014/02/04/major-bitcoin-exchange-not-executing-withdrawals-now-owes-clients-38m-in-disappeared-money/

Mtgox support has agreed to this and say this affected only the larger transactions (ofc it did).

Mtgox support reply :: https://support.mtgox.com/entries/26128504-Update-Statement-Regarding-BTC-Withdrawal-Delays

Mtgox better come clean about this soon or the BTC price is gonna keep doing down. Fell $100 in just the past 3 hours.
10  Economy / Service Discussion / Mt.Gox SCAM? $38million disappeared. Large sums affected. on: February 06, 2014, 04:11:41 AM
Apparently, $38million of clients' money has disappeared from mtgox. Was mtgox hacked? Or did they steal the money to keep themselves afloat?

Source :: http://falkvinge.net/2014/02/04/major-bitcoin-exchange-not-executing-withdrawals-now-owes-clients-38m-in-disappeared-money/

Mtgox support has agreed to this and say this affected only the larger transactions (ofc it did).

Mtgox support reply :: https://support.mtgox.com/entries/26128504-Update-Statement-Regarding-BTC-Withdrawal-Delays

Mtgox better come clean about this soon or the BTC price is gonna keep doing down. Fell $100 in just the past 3 hours.

New Press Release from Mtgox (dated 7th Feb 2014) ::  https://www.mtgox.com/press_release_20140207.html

Mtgox has officially stopped all withdrawals. This is not looking good. So we got all our money stuck at a japanese exchange now  Cry
11  Local / Marketplace (India) / [WTS] 2 x Msi Twin Frozr III 7950 Graphic Cards on: January 15, 2014, 04:42:36 AM
I have 2 x msi 7950s for sale. These were purchased in June 2013. Used for mining for just 2 months till now. I am moving out of india so will have to stop all my mining operations.

- They hash at 660Kh/s each and maintain a good temp of around 75-78C
- The GPUs are in great condition. No problems whatsoever.
- 3 Years warranty
- As you might know, 7950s are all sold out and cannot be bought any longer.

Price Rs.24,000.

Prefer face-to-face transfer in Delhi. Or can ship it to anywhere in India as well.
12  Local / India / BTC Going back to $100 on: December 07, 2013, 04:39:44 AM
As you might know already, Chinese and French banks are no longer supporting any transactions that involve bitcoins. Therefore, all chinese traders are doing a massive BTC dump.

I just sold all my BTC (made a loss but with this crash, its better to get out sooner than later)

Sources:

http://www.smh.com.au/business/markets/currencies/china-bans-banks-from-bitcoin-transactions-20131206-2yugy.html
http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2013-12-05/news/44808398_1_pseudonym-satoshi-nakamoto-bitcoin-trading-platform-chinese-banks
http://business.time.com/2013/12/05/bitcoin-plummets-after-china-bans-it-from-banks/
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-25233224
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/12/05/china-bitcoin-idUSL4N0JK1KZ20131205
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/asia-pacific/2013/12/bitcoin-value-dives-after-china-banks-ban-2013125141919464366.html
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [GREAT NEWS] LTC accepted by SilkRoad on: November 12, 2013, 07:38:14 AM
Great news guys!! Many sellers on SR 2.0 accept LTC now.

I just bought some stuff with my LTC Wink

I believe this is a good step towards LTC going mainstream. Grin
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / LTC going on gox on 11 Oct 2013- Confirmed on: October 10, 2013, 11:00:01 AM
Just read the news of gox going for "maintenance" tomorrow (11th oct). They are going to add LTC, finally!

I am so excited. Have been waiting for this for soo long now. Cheesy

Glad i bought 1000 ltc at 1.75usd each Cheesy Tomorrow i can sell on gox for $5

Link to their tweet - https://twitter.com/MtGox/status/388222637240901633
15  Economy / Economics / FBI seizes Silk Road. BTC backbone broken. on: October 02, 2013, 06:49:30 PM
If you didn't know already. This will help you understand why BTC price is gonna crash for days now. Where do you think BTC will settle at now?

"Federal agents have shut down the underground Silk Road, a website used by dealers to buy and sell illegal drugs using virtual currency, and arrested a Texas man who they say operated the site.

FBI agents arrested Ross Ulbricht, allegedly known as "Dread Pirate Roberts" and "DPR," Tuesday in San Francisco. Ulbricht appeared in court briefly Wednesday morning, said Julie Bolcer, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney in New York.

Ulbricht is charged in New York with narcotics trafficking, computer hacking, soliciting a murder-for-hire and money laundering, according to a complaint unsealed Wednesday. Court documents allege that Ulbricht owned and operated since January 2011 an underground website known as "Silk Road" that gave drug dealers around the world a platform to sell heroin, cocaine, LSD and methamphetamine.

Ulbricht allegedly asked a Silk Road user on March 29 to murder another user who was threatening to release the names of thousands of Silk Road users, court papers say.

"Ulbricht has been willing to pursue violent means to maintain his control of the website and the illegal proceeds it generates for him," court papers say.

Users of the site on Wednesday saw a banner announcement with the logos of the Justice Department, FBI, IRS, Homeland Security and Drug Enforcement Administration and a message: "This hidden site has been seized."

FBI Agent Christopher Tarbell in an affidavit called the Silk Road website a "sprawling black-market bazaar where illegal drugs and other illicit goods and services" are regularly bought and sold. In In 30 months, the FBI estimates the site generated $1.2 billion in sales and $80 million in commissions for the operator.

The website operated on an underground computer network known as "The Onion Router" or "Tor," a special network of computers around the world that use complicated algorithms to disguise the unique internet addresses of each computer. Communications set through computers on the network bounce through a series of encrypted relays to make it extraordinarily difficult to trace the origin of the message.

Website users conducted transactions using an anonymous form of digital currency called "Bitcoins."

"Silk Road has emerged as the most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the Internet today," Tarbell wrote. "The site has sought to make conducting illegal transactions on the Internet as easy and frictionless as shopping online at mainstream e-commerce websites."

Federal agents say Ulbricht, under the alias Dread Pirate Roberts, a reference to a character in "The Princess Bride," controlled every aspect of the site, including the programming, maintenance, customer service and the massive profits.

FBI and other federal agents first tapped into the site in November 2011 and have made more than 100 undercover purchases of controlled substances, including ecstasy, cocaine, heroin and LSD, on the network. The drugs came from vendors located in the United States and at least 10 other countries, court papers say. Agents also purchased hacking services, including malicious software such as password stealing programs, the court papers say.

The site included listings for "illegal drugs of nearly every variety," Tarbell said in court papers. As of Sept. 23, FBI agents counted nearly 13,000 listings for items such as marijuana, ecstasy, opioids, prescription drugs, heroin and cocaine. One seller advertised "high quality #4 heroin all rock," court papers say.

FBI agents also found 159 listings for computer hacking and other services, such as hit men for hire and stolen credit card information.

Federal investigators also gained access to the site's servers to conduct forensic analysis that could trace buyers, sellers and the operator, court papers said"

Source - http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/10/02/fbi-shuts-down-silk-road-website/2909023/
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/10/02/228491496/fbi-arrests-owner-of-black-market-site-silk-road
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-24373759
16  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / FBI seizes Silkroad. Mining to become unprofitable? on: October 02, 2013, 06:47:48 PM
If you didn't know already. This will help you understand why BTC price is gonna crash for days now.

"Federal agents have shut down the underground Silk Road, a website used by dealers to buy and sell illegal drugs using virtual currency, and arrested a Texas man who they say operated the site.

FBI agents arrested Ross Ulbricht, allegedly known as "Dread Pirate Roberts" and "DPR," Tuesday in San Francisco. Ulbricht appeared in court briefly Wednesday morning, said Julie Bolcer, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney in New York.

Ulbricht is charged in New York with narcotics trafficking, computer hacking, soliciting a murder-for-hire and money laundering, according to a complaint unsealed Wednesday. Court documents allege that Ulbricht owned and operated since January 2011 an underground website known as "Silk Road" that gave drug dealers around the world a platform to sell heroin, cocaine, LSD and methamphetamine.

Ulbricht allegedly asked a Silk Road user on March 29 to murder another user who was threatening to release the names of thousands of Silk Road users, court papers say.

"Ulbricht has been willing to pursue violent means to maintain his control of the website and the illegal proceeds it generates for him," court papers say.

Users of the site on Wednesday saw a banner announcement with the logos of the Justice Department, FBI, IRS, Homeland Security and Drug Enforcement Administration and a message: "This hidden site has been seized."

FBI Agent Christopher Tarbell in an affidavit called the Silk Road website a "sprawling black-market bazaar where illegal drugs and other illicit goods and services" are regularly bought and sold. In In 30 months, the FBI estimates the site generated $1.2 billion in sales and $80 million in commissions for the operator.

The website operated on an underground computer network known as "The Onion Router" or "Tor," a special network of computers around the world that use complicated algorithms to disguise the unique internet addresses of each computer. Communications set through computers on the network bounce through a series of encrypted relays to make it extraordinarily difficult to trace the origin of the message.

Website users conducted transactions using an anonymous form of digital currency called "Bitcoins."

"Silk Road has emerged as the most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the Internet today," Tarbell wrote. "The site has sought to make conducting illegal transactions on the Internet as easy and frictionless as shopping online at mainstream e-commerce websites."

Federal agents say Ulbricht, under the alias Dread Pirate Roberts, a reference to a character in "The Princess Bride," controlled every aspect of the site, including the programming, maintenance, customer service and the massive profits.

FBI and other federal agents first tapped into the site in November 2011 and have made more than 100 undercover purchases of controlled substances, including ecstasy, cocaine, heroin and LSD, on the network. The drugs came from vendors located in the United States and at least 10 other countries, court papers say. Agents also purchased hacking services, including malicious software such as password stealing programs, the court papers say.

The site included listings for "illegal drugs of nearly every variety," Tarbell said in court papers. As of Sept. 23, FBI agents counted nearly 13,000 listings for items such as marijuana, ecstasy, opioids, prescription drugs, heroin and cocaine. One seller advertised "high quality #4 heroin all rock," court papers say.

FBI agents also found 159 listings for computer hacking and other services, such as hit men for hire and stolen credit card information.

Federal investigators also gained access to the site's servers to conduct forensic analysis that could trace buyers, sellers and the operator, court papers said"

Source - http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/10/02/fbi-shuts-down-silk-road-website/2909023/
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/10/02/228491496/fbi-arrests-owner-of-black-market-site-silk-road
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-24373759
17  Local / India / FBI seizes Silk Road. BTC backbone broken! on: October 02, 2013, 06:42:31 PM
If you didn't know already. This will help you understand why BTC price is gonna crash for days now.

"Federal agents have shut down the underground Silk Road, a website used by dealers to buy and sell illegal drugs using virtual currency, and arrested a Texas man who they say operated the site.

FBI agents arrested Ross Ulbricht, allegedly known as "Dread Pirate Roberts" and "DPR," Tuesday in San Francisco. Ulbricht appeared in court briefly Wednesday morning, said Julie Bolcer, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Attorney in New York.

Ulbricht is charged in New York with narcotics trafficking, computer hacking, soliciting a murder-for-hire and money laundering, according to a complaint unsealed Wednesday. Court documents allege that Ulbricht owned and operated since January 2011 an underground website known as "Silk Road" that gave drug dealers around the world a platform to sell heroin, cocaine, LSD and methamphetamine.

Ulbricht allegedly asked a Silk Road user on March 29 to murder another user who was threatening to release the names of thousands of Silk Road users, court papers say.

"Ulbricht has been willing to pursue violent means to maintain his control of the website and the illegal proceeds it generates for him," court papers say.

Users of the site on Wednesday saw a banner announcement with the logos of the Justice Department, FBI, IRS, Homeland Security and Drug Enforcement Administration and a message: "This hidden site has been seized."

FBI Agent Christopher Tarbell in an affidavit called the Silk Road website a "sprawling black-market bazaar where illegal drugs and other illicit goods and services" are regularly bought and sold. In In 30 months, the FBI estimates the site generated $1.2 billion in sales and $80 million in commissions for the operator.

The website operated on an underground computer network known as "The Onion Router" or "Tor," a special network of computers around the world that use complicated algorithms to disguise the unique internet addresses of each computer. Communications set through computers on the network bounce through a series of encrypted relays to make it extraordinarily difficult to trace the origin of the message.

Website users conducted transactions using an anonymous form of digital currency called "Bitcoins."

"Silk Road has emerged as the most sophisticated and extensive criminal marketplace on the Internet today," Tarbell wrote. "The site has sought to make conducting illegal transactions on the Internet as easy and frictionless as shopping online at mainstream e-commerce websites."

Federal agents say Ulbricht, under the alias Dread Pirate Roberts, a reference to a character in "The Princess Bride," controlled every aspect of the site, including the programming, maintenance, customer service and the massive profits.

FBI and other federal agents first tapped into the site in November 2011 and have made more than 100 undercover purchases of controlled substances, including ecstasy, cocaine, heroin and LSD, on the network. The drugs came from vendors located in the United States and at least 10 other countries, court papers say. Agents also purchased hacking services, including malicious software such as password stealing programs, the court papers say.

The site included listings for "illegal drugs of nearly every variety," Tarbell said in court papers. As of Sept. 23, FBI agents counted nearly 13,000 listings for items such as marijuana, ecstasy, opioids, prescription drugs, heroin and cocaine. One seller advertised "high quality #4 heroin all rock," court papers say.

FBI agents also found 159 listings for computer hacking and other services, such as hit men for hire and stolen credit card information.

Federal investigators also gained access to the site's servers to conduct forensic analysis that could trace buyers, sellers and the operator, court papers said"

Source - http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/10/02/fbi-shuts-down-silk-road-website/2909023/
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/10/02/228491496/fbi-arrests-owner-of-black-market-site-silk-road
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-24373759
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Weird Problem With 7950s on: September 18, 2013, 05:48:26 AM
I have 3 x Msi 7950s that I use for mining LTC. These cards are only 3 months old. Actually the whole rig is only 3 months old.

2 of my cards are in the 4x slot and 1 in the 16x slot (which is the primary card for desktop display). If i am mining with my 4x cards, and then I turn ON the 3rd card, the pc just freezes.

The kill-a-watt shows the pc drawing 250W or so, down from 700W.

My PSU is a Seasonic 1050W Gold rated.

When the PC freezes, the display goes out. But the fans and LED on the mobo keep running.

I don't know what i could do to fix this.
19  Local / Marketplace (India) / [WTB] 25 BTC on: August 03, 2013, 07:31:43 AM
Would like to buy 25 Bitcoins. Please PM your offers.
20  Local / India / KNCminer - Scam or the real deal? on: August 03, 2013, 06:48:24 AM
We all have heard about the swedish company - KnCminer. They are offering all kinds of price-effective mining hardware and promising a October delivery.

But, it sounds too good to be true and on the internet, if some deal does sound too good-to-be-true, then most of the time it is a scam.

I tried looking into the company and haven't found any solid proof to substantiate their claims.

On the website, they don't even put images of the miner itself, its just diagrams.

No one has got any delivery from them yet.

They haven't uploaded any video showing the miner itself either.

Has anyone of you got any solid proofs to say this isn't just another big scam?
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