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1  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] 100 USD worth of BTC - WU, MG, Cash Deposit: PNC BB&T BofA M&T SunTrust on: December 30, 2014, 07:28:31 PM
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Looking to buy $100 in BTC with USD.

I need this done quickly - BTC should be sent quickly after money is received.
This offer is not valid after Tomorrow 12/31.
If you fail to deliver BTC to me by midnight tomorrow 12/31 then I reserve the right to request a refund in cash.

Payment metohds: Western Union, Moneygram, Cash Deposit to: PNC, BB&T, B of A, M&T, SunTrust.

Bitcoin-OTC ratings: http://bitcoin-otc.com/viewratingdetail.php?nick=TehZomBro&sign=ANY&type=RECV

DO NOT send an email to the email attached to my PGP key. Message me on the forum. Full PGP encryption preferred.

Thanks.

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2  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] $500 in BTC with USD - WU/Cash Deposit/Domestic (US) Wire on: September 20, 2014, 07:25:50 PM
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Looking to buy $500 in BTC with USD.

I can do Western Union, Domestic Wire, Cash Deposit to Capital One, BofA, SECU, SunTrust, and any other banks with branches IN College Park, MD (on that note I can also do cash-in-person in College Park).

I know it's been a while since I've done a transaction here so I signed this message with my PGP key.
Old Bitcoin-OTC ratings: http://bitcoin-otc.com/viewratingdetail.php?nick=TehZomBro&sign=ANY&type=RECV

Message me and we can agree on a price, Thanks!

DO NOT send an email to the email attached to my PGP key. Message me on the forum. Encrypted or not I don't care, but I'd encrypt my account numbers if I were you.
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3  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] 35.46 Bytesized-Hosting code on: February 03, 2013, 05:06:39 PM
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Hello everyone,
It's been a while since I posted here but I wasn't sure where to sell this code.
I deposited way too much BTC into my bytesized-hosting account and would like to get it back. I'll sell a 35.46 euro bytecard for 2.1 BTC, or about 30.1 euros worth of Bitcoins. I think this is acceptable taking into account the risk that either party is accepting.

If you're more reputable than me, I'll send first. If not, you send first and I'll wait for one confirmation.

PM me with questions/offers. Thanks.
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proof: https://i.imgur.com/J23DvfD.png
a code has not yet been generated, this code is no good Wink
4  Economy / Currency exchange / CLOSED 240 BTC for USD via domesitc wire, cash deposit @ PNC, cash in mail, more on: October 02, 2012, 02:02:02 AM
I'm looking to sell 240 BTC, whole or part, based on the Mt. Gox last. We can lock the price when the payment method and amount is agreed upon if desired.

From non-trusted members (judged by me), I'll take a domestic bank wire, cash deposit @ PNC Bank with a scan of the receipt, or cash in the mail.

From trusted members (again, judged by me), I'll take a check (online bill pay works), Western Union to Bank, ACH, or any other mutually acceptable payment method.

PM me for details, or contact me on Freenode (tehzombro).
5  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [SOLD] Astraweb account with 140 GB left on: September 23, 2012, 12:04:29 AM
I foolishly bought 180GB of data transfer and now have nothing to do with most of it. I'll give you the server and login information for my account with approx. 140GB of download credits for 1BTC.
6  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS] 1,000 GOXUSD 1:1 for USD. Wire,cash,check,WU2BANK,ACH,PNC cash deposit on: September 06, 2012, 08:37:26 PM
I bought 1,000 Mt. Gox USD that it turns out I don't really need. I'll sell it 1:1 to untrusted members for a domestic bank wire, cash in the mail (USPS, UPS, FedEx), or a cash deposit at a PNC Bank branch. I'll sell to trusted members (judged by me) for checks (cashier or personal), WU to bank (I can't do pickup, the WU near me rarely has a grand in the drawer when I stop in), ACH, or any other method listed previously.

See my signature for ratings. I also have a few small transactions on this forum:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=100694.0 Hard drive loan
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=92273.0 2 btc loan from IBB
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=95219 paid gweedo for services rendered (he provided service first)

Update 9/8: I can take PNC cash deposit as well.
7  Economy / Goods / [WTS] $100 MasterCard Gift Debit Card (Prepaid) (US ONLY) on: August 27, 2012, 09:47:36 PM
Just as the title says. I got this card in the mail as a gift and have not opened it yet. It has $100 loaded on it. I can either:
  • Activate the card for you and give you the billing info used, cc number, cv2, etc.
  • Give you the CC number, CV2, and EXP date and let you activate it yourself
  • Ship the card to you unopened. This costs 0.09BTC because it takes 2 stamps to ship this first-class.

Please note that this card can only be used in the United States.

I'd like to sell AT SPOT, so payment in BTC will be 100/Mt.Gox Last.



My OTC rating can be found in my signature (ignore the -2 from the scammer (or don't)), I also have completed this hard drive loan and this 2 BTC loan from the IBB, no problems with either loan. Also, I provided payment for services by gweedo. I feel an escrow should not be needed, and frankly would not like to deal with one, however if it must be done you'll be the one paying (if they request compensation). I am also willing to give the CC info before payment to trusted members (this is to be judged by me).
8  Economy / Lending / [CLOSED] Hard Drive Loan on: August 14, 2012, 05:24:03 PM
So this is a bit of an odd request, I'm aware of that.
I need to decrypt three truecrypted hard drives, each of them has a little more than 1.1TB in storage space used. However, in order to do that, one must copy these files somewhere else, then reformat the encrypted drive and move the files back. I don't have another hard drive to do that with. Here's what I propose:

I'll send you a security deposit either in GoxUSD or BTC for the cost of a new hard drive of the same type, plus a 5 3? BTC fee for your trouble. This 3 BTC also includes your shipping costs. You ship the drive to me, I work with it, then ship it back to you. Once you receive your hard drive back you return my security deposit.

The drive should be SATA or eSATA (due to speed) and have a capacity of no less than 1.5TB. Also, if you don't mind, I don't have any spare (e)SATA cables so if you could include the cable ^.^

Because of shipping costs I'd like this to be taken care of domestically (within the United States). I'll need the drive for 2-3 days tops.

I know this is odd. I'd rather not spring for a new hard drive I don't need, and I don't want to buy a new hard drive just to return it. Assuming you trust me (I'm giving you a security deposit) the biggest risk is damage to the HDD from shipping, so maybe it'd be better if your drive was still under warranty.

Any takers?

Thanks

9  Economy / Currency exchange / [NO LONGER WTS] 100 BTC for WU, Cash in the Mail, or Domestic (US) Bank Wire on: July 31, 2012, 08:29:52 AM
NO LONGER AVAILABLE

I'm looking to sell a few BTC and avoid exchange fees. I'll sell 100 BTC at Mt. Gox Ask for Western Union, Cash in the Mail, or a Bank Wire. All payments will be sent to the United States.
You cover any & all fees on your end and I'll cover any fees on my end (if any).

Western Union
If you like, the price can be locked as soon as you send me and I verify the MTCN. BTC will be sent upon receipt. The money must be sent via a method that allows me to pick it up as cash (no debit card to bank).

Cash in the Mail
I can't lock the price for you using this method. BTC will be sent upon receipt.

Bank Wire
The price can be locked once you report a successful wire transfer. BTC sent as soon as they post (unless I'm at my day job). If you send a wire when I'm working, the latest you'll receive your BTC is 2 AM EST the next day.

I don't accept international wires unless you are willing to send a little extra to cover possible intermediary fees.

Escrow
Since I'm not very trusted, I'm willing to do escrow if requested.

Rep
Pretty much every trade I've done is recorded in my OTC rating. To confirm it's me:

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I advise using PGP for privacy. Furthermore, do not accept any payment information from me as valid unless I sign it.


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10  Economy / Services / I [NO LONGER] need a coder. Details inside. on: July 25, 2012, 05:09:49 AM
I'm sorry the title couldn't be more specific, but here are the details:

Requirements for the script/program/app/whatever:
  • Can be run through Cron on Debian Squeeze.
  • NO GUI.
  • Resource-friendly (I don't have much RAM available, for this is a VPS)
  • I don't care what language as long as it meets the above requirements and I can see the code.

The script needs to do:
I want you to be able to take information from ESPN.com (I currently have an API key), sort information, and put it into a MySQL table(s). This information includes a pitcher's ERA, IP, GS, and a team's bullpen ERA. I might request that you add more data later on, but this looks like that's all for now.

Compensation
Send me your offer (PM). Include any previous work you'd like to show off Wink

Please feel free to post any questions here.
11  Economy / Goods / [WTB] Subway Gift Cards on: July 05, 2012, 11:52:20 PM
I eat lunch at Subways 2-4 days a week due to my work schedule. Naturally, being able to purchase a gift card a little below spot with BTC would be nice. Hit me up with offers.
12  Economy / Trading Discussion / Has anyone banking with PNC received a wire from MtGox? on: June 29, 2012, 07:34:52 AM
Yes? What method did you use (ABA/SEPA)? Were there any fees other than Gox's ~25$ fee?
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Help needed, Bitcoind & PHP on: June 09, 2012, 11:07:33 PM
Hi everybody,
I threw together a quick PHP interface so I could view recent transactions, addresses, etc. without SSHing in every time. I noticed that nginx had prepared a nice 14GB error log file for me, consisting of this:
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2012/06/09 19:03:44 [error] 4455#0: *22 FastCGI sent in stderr: "PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant paytxfee - assumed 'paytxfee' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on $
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant balance - assumed 'balance' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 49
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant blocks - assumed 'blocks' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 49
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant connections - assumed 'connections' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 49
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant category - assumed 'category' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 67
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant time - assumed 'time' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 73
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant amount - assumed 'amount' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 74
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant confirmations - assumed 'confirmations' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 75
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant address - assumed 'address' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 76
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant txid - assumed 'txid' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 77
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant category - assumed 'category' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 67
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant time - assumed 'time' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 73
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant amount - assumed 'amount' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 74
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined constant confirmations - assumed 'confirmations' in /srv/www/www.tehzomb.info/public_html/bitcoind/index.php on line 75
PHP Notice:  Use of undefined consta
You get the idea. Here's my code, can anybody tell me what is wrong?

Thanks a million.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Error compiling from Githead on: June 06, 2012, 12:33:09 AM
Help would be appreciated Smiley
I am running Debian Squeeze x64. Dependencies are installed.

Code:
    In file included from main.h:10,
                     from checkpoints.cpp:10:
    net.h: In member function 'void CNode::EndMessage()':
    net.h:354: warning: invalid access to non-static data member 'CMessageHeader::nMessageSize'  of NULL object
    net.h:354: warning: (perhaps the 'offsetof' macro was used incorrectly)
    net.h:360: warning: invalid access to non-static data member 'CMessageHeader::nChecksum'  of NULL object
    net.h:360: warning: (perhaps the 'offsetof' macro was used incorrectly)
    net.h:361: warning: invalid access to non-static data member 'CMessageHeader::nChecksum'  of NULL object
    net.h:361: warning: (perhaps the 'offsetof' macro was used incorrectly)
15  Economy / Services / Selling Teamspeak 3 Servers @ 0.04 BTC/slot in Atlanta, GA and Amsterdam, NL on: May 07, 2012, 12:47:55 AM
In partnership with the man (aethero) behind QuickBitcoins, we are offering to host your family's, community's, or gaming clan's Teamspeak 3 server for Bitcoins! We have locations in Atlanta, Georgia, United States and in Amsterdam, Netherlands, to offer you great ping wherever you are from (sorry, Asia).

Features of QuickBitcoins Teamspeak:
  • All TS3 features are supported
  • Complete control over your own virtual TS3 server
  • Quick and friendly support
  • Low prices you usually only get if you order an entire year, charged monthly

Test servers:
  • eur.ts.quickbitcoins.net:9987
  • usa.ts.quickbitcoins.net:9988

We are currently charging 0.04 BTC per slot, subject to change based on the exchange rate. There is no slot minimum. If you only use Teamspeak to talk to your sister across the country, order a 2-slot server!

To order a server, contact me on IRC or via email. You can find me as Tehzombro on Freenode, or if you prefer email send it to teamspeak@quickbitcoins.net.
16  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Instruct card to wait between hashes on: May 04, 2012, 10:27:32 AM
How do I do this?
I'm currently using DiabloMiner but I'm all for going for an alternative miner if I get to use this feature.

EDIT: I'm using an ATI 7970.
17  Economy / Marketplace / Earn Quick BTC [Dropbox Signup] on: June 17, 2011, 04:12:49 PM
I want to increase my cloud space a little bit, so I'm willing to pay 6 people .25 BTC (a bitquarter?) each to sign up for dropbox using my referral link.

The fine print is, the computer can't already have dropbox on it already, and the email has to be unused. You actually have to install dropbox on the computer and run it once but after that it's fair game to uninstall.

My referral link is here: http://db.tt/GOJ0egZ

Once you sign up, post your email address and the bitcoin address you want the bitcoins sent to here (or, PM if your scared of spam).

3 spots left
1 signup unclaimed
18  Other / Obsolete (selling) / [SOLD!] XFX ATI Radeon HD 5870 1GB on: June 16, 2011, 07:23:50 PM
Part no. HD587AZNF9
Got this card a while back, never plugged it in. Since then, I've used it for mining for about a month, and now that it's so hot here, I really don't feel like extra heat floating around in my room.
I haven't gotten the chance to pull the card out of my computer, yet, so no pics until tomorrow.

With intense OC this card will get to 430MH/s. I ran it at a light OC so I got 380MH/s.

Will be shipped via USPS for domestic, for international contact me for details. Please offer prices in PM. I'm asking the equivalent of 140USD in bitcoin (including shipping), but you're free to offer more/less.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Clearcoin server error? on: June 05, 2011, 05:31:55 PM
Whenever I send my buyer the link to the transaction page, they get a server error:

Quote
An error occured processing your web page request. Sorry! Please try again in a little bit.

Any idea about this?
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / No confirmations, not pending, not in block explorer, bitcoins lost? on: May 22, 2011, 08:31:14 PM
I wanted to deposit some bitcoins into my BitYacht account, so naturally I had to go through MyBitcoin. I don't use that service, so I sent it to an address they generated for me... but it appears the coins were lost. I was using the new release-candidate client at the time, so the fee was only .0005 if that means anything, but the transaction has not showed up in block explorer and is not listed at bitcoin charts either. I tried deleting the block chain from my computer and redownloading the whole thing, that just completed, but the unconfirmed transaction is still there, and I don't have the bitcoins. In this case, who does, and how do I get them back?
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