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1  Economy / Currency exchange / Amazon Gift Cards to Bitcoin Exchange on: October 09, 2017, 12:42:15 AM

I am selling Bitcoin for Amazon Gift Cards at a discounted rate. We'll be using the BTC ⇆ USD from Preev.

BTC Supply: 0.0000

Exchange Rates (Level 1):
$50+       45% Value                $1000+     62% Value
$100+     50% Value                $1250+     64% Value
$250+     53% Value                $1500+     66% Value
$500+     56% Value                $1750+     68% Value
$750+     59% Value                $2000+     70% Value
1) N/A

Exchange Rates (Level 2):
$25+       45% Value                $1000+     62% Value
$100+     50% Value                $1250+     64% Value
$250+     53% Value                $1500+     66% Value
$500+     56% Value                $1750+     68% Value
$750+     59% Value                $2000+     70% Value
1) Trade in a $50 Gift Card for 75 tickets (25 more).
2) Trade in a $100 Gift Card for 150 tickets (50 more).
3) Trade in a $250 Gift Card For 375 tickets (125 more).

     Levels can be earned through drawings, giveaways, events, etc.
     Drawings will happen at the end of every month (
         a. Every $1 exchanged = 1 entry in the monthly drawing

1) Post your exchange offer in this thread. (DO NOT PM ME EXCHANGE OFFERS!)
2) When agreement is reached, send the Amazon gift card code.
3) Once gift card is received, BTC will be sent to your wallet.

Note: Escrow is accepted.

Warning: Any scam attempt will result in a negative trust rating.
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Fees (Opinions Wanted) on: October 04, 2017, 11:30:56 PM
Bitcoin fees are a little too high, don't you think? I have a few questions and would like to hear your opinions (See Below). Thank you for you time! Smiley

1) On average, how much are you paying for BTC transaction fees?
        a. Do you increase the fee as transaction size increases?
        b. Which wallets are you sending from and how long does the transaction take?

2) Let's say you are sending 1 BTC, how much would you pay for the fee?

3) Let's say you are sending 0.01 BTC, how much would you pay for the fee?
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Which coin(s) do you like To mine? on: September 30, 2017, 04:13:45 AM
Mining has grown more and more popular, the competition has also increased. Which coin(s) do you guys mine now? Which miners do you prefer?
4  Economy / Exchanges / Any thoughts about HitBTC? on: September 06, 2017, 11:51:13 PM
HitBTC is a multicryptocurrency exchange site with low taker fees and NO MAKER FEES! It isn't as popular as Bittrex, Poloniex, etc. What do you think about it? Anyone had experience using it?
5  Economy / Lending / Newbie Scams on: September 01, 2017, 12:21:47 AM
Seriously, stop trying to scam other people. Everywhere you can find newbies asking for high loans and providing no collateral. People aren't stupid, just stop this useless spam! One negative trust and your account is useless, not that it was useful in the first place. Do you see the pinned topics in the Lending Forum, they are warning everyone about scams, just don't do it.

Well...there is also a slight possibility you don't know how lending works (I doubt that's the case.) When you borrow from other people, you have to provide sufficient collateral. Without collateral, no one can trust you with their money, even if you are not attempting to scam.

Higher members, please take a few minutes of your time and give scammers a negative trust, it'll be very helpful to your fellow members.

6  Economy / Lending / LEGENDARY LOANS 💎Quick & Hassle Free 💎 Multiple Coins 💎Name Your Own Price on: August 30, 2017, 01:53:48 AM


BITCOIN (0.000) ~ DASH(0.00) ~ DOGECOIN(0) ~ ETHEREUM(0.00) ~ LITECOIN(0.0) ~ RIPPLE(0) ~ ZCASH(0.00)

General Rules
     Collaterals* are strictly required. No collateral, No loan!
         a. Coin collaterals will be stored in a secure Ledger Wallet or in the HitBTC exchange site.
     Valid collaterals include Most Stable Altcoins & Bitcointalk Accounts. (Also open to proposals.)
         a. Keep in mind, some Altcoins & Bitcointalk Accounts may not be accepted (depending on my opinion).
         b. A signed message is required when providing account as collateral.(How to sign a message)
     Collateral should be at least 120% of loan amount.
         a. Users under "Member" must include an extra 15% for collateral.
         b. Users with negative trust/red flagged require an extra 30% for collateral.
     Miners fee will be deducted from the loan amount.
     There is a maximum lending period is 7 days.
     Loan extensions can be requested for a small fee. I reserve the right to decline extension requests.
     No set daily interest rate, just send an application and we can negotiate.
     Terms can change at any time, but won't affect active loans.

*Valid: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Dash, Dogecoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Litecoin, Ripple, Strat, Zcash [TEMPORARY]

Application Form

By submitting this form to this thread, you agree to the terms and conditions above stated. Please include a Bitcointalk Account Pricer link of your account if you're using it as collateral.

[b]Loan Amount:[/b]
[b]Repayment Date:[/b]
[b]Repayment Offered:[/b]
[b]Wallet Address:[/b]

Important: When using Bitcointalk Account as collateral, it should be at least 150% of loan amount.

Repayment Addresses

Bitcoin: Coming Soon
Dash: Coming Soon
Dogecoin: Coming Soon
Ethereum: Coming Soon
Litecoin: Coming Soon
Ripple: Coming Soon
Zcash: Coming Soon

End of Contract

     In the event the borrower pays the the debt, the collateral shall be returned. The miners fee may be deducted from the collateral.
     In the event the borrower does not repay by the due date and no extension is given, he/she will be given 24 hours to comply. NO LATE FEE will be charged.
     In the event the compensation is still not received after the 24 hours, the collateral shall be kept or sold. The borrower will also be punished with a negative trust regarding the scam.

How It Works

1. Post your application form with the necessary details. (Loan requests also accepted through PM.)
2. Your loan request will then be reviewed.
     a. If approved, quote my confirmation post to verify your loan.
     b. If denied, feel free to negotiate on terms, or find another lender.
3. Once loan is verified and collateral is received, I will send funds along with the TXID.
4. Upon receiving repayment, collateral will be returned.

Warning: Any scam attempt will result in a negative trust rating.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Favorite Altcoins on: August 28, 2017, 12:42:55 AM
Out of curiousity, I want to ask, "Which are your favorite altcoins?"

Edit: I'd say DOGE, LITECOIN, and EOS. DOGE isn't really for investing, I used to exchange for them due to high BTC transaction fees and slow confirmation time. List outdated, will be changing soon.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Will Dogecoin Ever Recover? on: August 21, 2017, 04:58:01 PM
Hey everyone, I'm sure you have heard of Dogecoin. Recently, it' price has been dropping dramatically due to scams. Does anyone think it'll ever recover?

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9  Economy / Lending / DELETED TOPIC (PLEASE DISREGARD) on: August 21, 2017, 01:38:18 AM

This topic has been deleted, sorry for the inconvenience.
10  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Questions Regarding Hardware Wallets (Please Help) on: August 20, 2017, 03:20:26 AM
Hey guys, I have some questions regarding hardware wallets. Sorry I'm a newbie.

1) I've recently found interest in getting a Ledger Nano S or Ledger Blue. I am currently using a Trezor Wallet, is it possible for me to "restore" my account (from Trezor) to my Ledger Wallet? In other words, is the Ledger Wallet compatible with the Trezor Wallet?

2) Let's say I received 1000 payments of 0.001BTC in my hardware wallet. If I want to send 1BTC, the chip will have to sign 1000 times. If I want to send 0.5BTC, the chip will have to sign 500 times. Now, if I withdraw 1BTC from my hardware wallet and deposit another 2BTC, how many times will the chip have to sign for my 2BTC withdrawal? Will it be 1 time or 1001 times?

3) Let's say I received 1 payment of 2BTC in my hardware wallet. If I want to send 1.75BTC to someone, the chip will need to sign once, right? If I send the remaining 0.25BTC to another person, the chip will have to sign once again, is that accurate?

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