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1  Local / Обменники / Продам ETH, санкт-петербург on: September 27, 2017, 01:44:17 PM
Добрый,

Продам 200ETH за наличные в СПБ.

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2  Economy / Services / Content creator bitcointalk on: September 07, 2017, 07:02:35 AM
hey,

I'm Looking for someone who can write a thread on bitcointalk about our project. Texts are ready. Its necessary organize information of the thread, make proper links to sites and blogs, suit images.

skills:
who bounty translation experience/ Threads moderation

Regards,

3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Professional Writer for new project on: August 21, 2017, 07:17:54 PM
Hi,
we are looking for a creative blogger/writter who dedicated in blockchain/cryptotrading to help us with documentation about our new project: 
- Write a bulk of articles and introductions to forum threads also details of bounty campaigns
- Fullfil descriptions on our site
- Review our documentation and write non-technical parts of whitepaper

Requirements:
- Excellent knowledge about cryptocurrency & blockchain technology
- Outstanding writing skills in English and experience blogging

What we offer:
- Pay by Eth, 
- Performance-based bonus payments for a quick work.

Regards,
Andrew
4  Bitcoin / Electrum / double spend electrum on: May 19, 2017, 02:25:11 AM
Hi,

Im trying to cancel my unconfirmed transaction but electrum wallet doesnt broadcast my new transaction it says 258: txn-mempool-conflict.

Can i somehow escape it?

regards
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / cancel my unconfirmed transactions, bounty on: May 17, 2017, 09:27:13 PM
HI guys,

Could someone help me to cancel my unconfirmed transactions?
I can pay like 0.05btc for the assistance.

ps
I used electrum wallet

6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / investment in DEX (Decentralized Exchange) on: April 04, 2017, 03:35:18 AM
HI,
if you would like to invest in DEX which asset you will prefer? and why
I have fount 4 options on the market:
1)Bitshares
2)Counterparty
3)Waves
4)InstantDEX(KMD)
 Grin  Shocked
7  Bitcoin / Hardware / Playing ASIC catchup on: October 18, 2013, 09:45:22 PM
So, I started a new job a few months ago, and basically had to fall off the face of the bitcoin world, I have a little more time now and check in to see a lot of changes, but sadly a few months in bitcoin world is like a few centuries elsewhere, so I was wondering if anyone could give me the highlights on where things stand since I last checked in (around june/july)?

Last I knew, Avalon had shipped batches 1 and some of 2, with batch 3 to be on the nearest horizon. There were a billion and 1 chips ordered in 10k batches to be delivered in August.
BFL had just started shipping a few drips of jalapenos, KNCMiner was just opening up for business to deliver in September as the new hot kid on the block, and that's about all I think.

Now I see over 2 petahash of power online, so someone must have delivered, can someone fill me in?

Thanks.
8  Bitcoin / Mining / End of GPU celebration, DataCenter or no? on: April 26, 2013, 01:27:08 AM
Well I have a bunch of GPUs laying around that I can't really use due to heat, breaker limitation, and electricity cost. To celebrate the final months of GPU mining, I'd kind of like to go nuts until ASICs jack everything to the moon, and burn through all my rigs and gpus in a final burst of hashing glory, and to do that I'd either need to rent like some office space (hard to find, expensive) or rent some datacenter space.

I've never done datacenter hosting, and my rigs are certainly not in any specific XU (1u, 2u, etc) format, so would this just be unfeasible if I'm not set up to maximize space? Any tips from people who have worked in/with datacenters before would be appreciated, even if it's just to lemme know that it's a retarded idea (if you explain why).
9  Economy / Goods / [WTS] 32GB Black iPhone 5, Verizon or GSM on: February 07, 2013, 10:02:12 PM
I am a long-time member of the forums, but I have not done a forum trade (good rep, but no trade rep). I have an ebay account in good standing, a heatware account with a few sales, and an account on overclock.net with multiple positive trade reviews (nothing but positive on all). So I feel I am somewhat trustworthy. I would be willing to do escrow with a trusted member, or else I would have to receive coin before shipping, unless you can prove that you are very very trustworthy (tons of rep).

The Price: $675US equivalent of bitcoins (can do average value on day of sale) or best offer.

Phone is Slate Black 32GB version, Verizon network (or AT&T / TMobile, whatever GSM network), clean ESN and all. For those who like to mention these things, the phone retails for about $800+ new (http://www.dynamism.com/top-phones/apple_iphone_5/pricing.shtml), so that is > 15% off. The Phone was bought second hand, so it has some small dings on the sides  of the casing (my phones are in pristine condition when I get them new), minor and superficial only, all buttons are flawless, the screen is flawless. Comes with the retail box, the little manuals I believe, and the USB charger, and I can throw in a cheap-o wall charger connector as well that I picked up on my own. No headphones. Will throw in the Otterbox case as well. As you can see with the case on (or any case you prefer) any imperfection is completely invisible.

Pics of phone:
https://i.imgur.com/7DzVVyH.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/9h3oDVd.jpg
https://i.imgur.com/PocDaYU.jpg

If you would like any other information feel free to ask, you can make offers, but try to limit "omg ur retarded to try to sell @ that price lolz" to maybe the first 2 people only.

Thanks!
10  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] iPhone 5 (pre-check) on: February 03, 2013, 02:31:05 AM
I'm not putting up the phone for sale *just yet*. Right now I am canvassing interest first. I am potentially going to switch from iPhone 5 to Samsung Galaxy S3, but would need to see if there would be interest in purchasing my iPhone first.

So here's the deal: I am a long-time member of the forums, but I have not done a forum trade (good rep, but no trade rep). I have an ebay account in good standing, a heatware account with a few sales, and an account on overclock.net with only positive trade reviews. So I feel I am somewhat trustworthy. I would be willing to do escrow with a trusted member, or else I would have to receive coin before payment, unless you can prove that you are very very trustworthy (tons of rep).

The Price: $675US equivalent of bitcoins (can do average value on day of sale) or best offer, but I'm likely to want to go up rather than down, but depends on interest.

Phone is Slate Black 32GB version, Verizon network (or AT&T / TMobile, whatever GSM network), clean ESN and all. The Phone was bought second hand, so it has some dings on the sides (my phones are in pristine condition), minor and superficial only, all buttons are flawless, the screen is flawless. This is not a sale yet so I don't want to put up pics, pics will of course be provided when / if this moves to a real sale. Comes with the retail box, the little manuals I believe, and the USB charger, and I can throw in a cheap-o wall charger connector as well that I picked up on my own. No headphones.

If you would like any other information feel free to ask, other than that please let me know either in thread or in PM as to potential interest (neither of us will be committing to anything at this time), and how serious your interest would be (casual hmm maybe or put it up and I'll buy it right now kinda stuff).

Thanks!
11  Bitcoin / Mining / Tax Man on: November 18, 2012, 05:47:43 AM
For those who have been or going to begin mining, how do you handle your operations for reporting?

Is there a more effective way of reporting other than simply Selling XX coins for YY fiat = income - cost of electricity/hardware to generate them? Do you have to account at some level for the coins you've generated and stashed away in your wallet?

If you sell/rebuy/sell after you generate coins, do you take capital gains/losses on the difference of what you're buying/selling after generation? How does one account for this (usually brokers generate a statement I believe for cap gain/loss)?

I guess it doesn't need to be an exhaustive tax treatment, but I am curious how others are handling their gains/losses at the hands of BTC gods. I imagine others are thinking about this with the upcoming ASIC release as well.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Catching up to BitCoin on: November 11, 2012, 12:32:08 AM
I apologize if this post sounds lazy, but I was wondering if there anywhere a good condensed read of the major bullet point events of Bitcoin, or even just the major scandals and whatnot.

For example, GLBSE I'm reading in another forum was recently taken down due to some sort of issue? And SR keeps going up and down and all around. There have been a few ponzi schemes that have taken users for a ride (not sure of the names), ASICs are the hot new hype, and so on.

I've been out of bitcoin for about a year, and as my interest returns, I find I'm quite behind on many things.

Thanks in advance Smiley
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Coin forks on: August 16, 2011, 09:26:30 AM
So IXCoin is off and running already, now I hear something about IOCoin? Perhaps someone could collect information about the coin forks in one convenient location? How they're doing, who is using them, why they exist, etc.
14  Bitcoin / Mining / Why is the 6770 such a poor performer? on: July 25, 2011, 08:45:17 PM
Was browsing around at cards, and noticed the specs for the radeon 6770 lists it as having 320x4 stream processors clocked at 900MHz at default. This compared to say a 5870 which has 320x5 stream processors clocked at 850MHz. As I've been told that SPs are more or less what makes the hash happen, a quick calc puts a 6770 at 80% of the hashing power of a 5870, or around 330MHash/sec. Why then is it that it looks to be pulling barely 200MHash/sec from the hardware lists?
15  Economy / Economics / Why is bitcoin so motile? on: July 10, 2011, 03:43:10 PM
From bitcoinwatch -- Bitcoins sent last 24h 3,368,696.34 BTC

Roughly half of all bitcoins in existence were transferred from here to there in the last day? Seems a little strange. I remember seeing a large uptick of transfers I noted right before the mtgox hack so I don't think it's totally un-noteworthy to pay attention to these things. If it's normal above board transferrs, what prompts such massive shifts?
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Who is mining namecoins and why? on: July 07, 2011, 05:06:58 AM
I noticed a pretty serious uptick in namecoin mining, enough to jump the expected difficulty drop date from august to mid july. What is causing the sudden interest in namecoin mining all of a sudden? Still seems like a losing proposition at the current price / difficulty, or are people just eager to get the difficulty down so they can get it up again? hah.
17  Economy / Marketplace / Convince me to use your Tradehill code on: June 24, 2011, 01:52:48 AM
So i'm planning on signing up for Tradehill tonight, and i figure it doesn't hurt to sign up w/ someones code. i don't do a huge volume of trading but i do mine and occasionally dabble in buying/selling for profit so there is something to be made off me. Free money right?

So my game is this, convince me to use your code in this thread. You can tell a joke you think i will find hilarious enough to want to sign up under you for, or send me nudies of your current/ex girlfriend, or mail me some crack, whatever you feel like this could be worth to you. i'll decide late tonight or tomorrow morning and sign up under their code (it may be earlier if i'm suddenly struck with an urge to trade).

Posts in this thread welcomed. Go to it Smiley
18  Economy / Economics / Are huge things afoot? on: June 16, 2011, 10:50:57 AM
So I'm not totally sure what forum to put this under, but it sort of seems appropriate here.

I was looking through the block chain recently, for reasons of my own and I noticed something sort of surprising. http://blockexplorer.com/b/131227

Block 131227 had moved 133,232 bitcoins! And this was in a few mostly concentrated transactions, 49,000 in one, 29,000 in another, etc.

Then I checked back a little bit and again http://blockexplorer.com/b/131223 block 131223 130,015 bitcoins moved. 49k in one, 29k in another, etc.A lot of the nearby blocks have these huge transactions, 79,000, 125,000, 157,000 etc. So I was curious, maybe bitcoin has always been like that and I just haven't noticed, so I skipped back in time a bit. In the past day or so thre have been a ton of 100,000+ BTC transfer blocks, but in previous days past it has been almost totally unseen a volume of transfer that high.

Curious what people think of this, or if I'm just not familiar enough with block history that I'm missing something.
19  Bitcoin / Mining / Thank goodness for pools. All paid up. on: June 15, 2011, 05:35:59 PM
So, I know that a lot of people are concerned about the centralization of bitcoin hasing into pools. And I can understand that, but from an individuals perspective, let me just say I'm glad that they're there.

I started mining about end of April, and continually expanded my hashing power from the single 6870 I had to the point where I reached the electrical limit of my house (not that impressive actually as this house is wired ridiculously stupidly. There is a 20A breaker connected to NOTHING and every other outlet is on 2 other breakers, except the kitchen which has ~100AMPs sigh).

As of the difficulty change today I have completely paid off everything, all the cases, psus, gpus, mbs, ram hds, electricity, everything. All this without finding a single block.

That's right, somehow in almost 2 months I've found zero blocks. Had solo mining been the only option and network growth had been similar, I would have had to commit seppuku or basically given up on bitcoin, despite liking the project very much. So I say again, thank goodness for pools! I'll continue happily mining away and if I find blocks for the pool great, if not, well at least I'm still contributing sorta.
20  Bitcoin / Mining support / Mt. Gox drops to 20, reconsidering your mining rigs? on: June 10, 2011, 08:17:56 PM
Has todays sudden volatile sell-off scared you people newly into bitcoin from building all those fancy expensive new mining farms, or are you still happy @ $20/BTC?

Curious to see how people are reacting to todays drop, biggest in bitcoin history I think (numerically, perhaps not percentage wise), and how it will effect future mining prospects.

EDIT: It is back up to 24 now, but the concept of volatility and potential downward trending of price rather than upward is still a concern for some people I imagine.
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