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1  Local / Servizi / Ottenere corse gratuite per Uber on: September 27, 2017, 09:24:54 AM

I can offer you free rides/corse gratuite (coupons) for Uber. Each corse gratuite in Italy is 10 euro. Uber works in Roma and Milano.

20 corse gratuite for an account, each valid 3 months.

The price is 35 euro (this is cheaper than the base fare per ride).

Payment in BTC, ETH, PayPal.

More information and reviews here


Uber Black:
Base Fare 5.00, Minumum Fare 10.00
Uber Lux
Base Fare 6.00, Minimum Fare 14.00
Uber Van
Base Fare 6.00, Minimum Fare 14.00

Uber Black:
Base Fare 3.00, Minumum Fare 10.00
Uber Lux
Base Fare 4.00, Minimum Fare 14.00
Uber Van
Base Fare 4.00, Minimum Fare 14.00

please, check the app for more information about tariffs

As you see, with coupons I can deliver to your account you get Uber Black service for a very, very low price. Cheaper then normal taxi, and even like public transport! So it's up to you to choose: tram, bus, or private driver Cheesy

(Sorry for English, I don't speak Italian Smiley)
2  Local / Biete / Uber Freifahrten on: September 19, 2017, 08:24:20 AM

I can offer you free rides (coupons) for Uber. Each Freifahrten in Germany and Austria is 5 euro.

20 Freifahrten for an account, each valid 3 months.

The price is 30 euro (this is cheaper than the base fare per ride).

Payment in BTC, ETH, PayPal.

More information and reviews here

(Sorry for English, my German is not that good Smiley)
3  Other / Off-topic / Travel to Korea on: September 15, 2017, 01:31:00 PM
Hi, guys. My friend is planning a trip to Korea. What are must see places in your opinion?
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Your top ICO investments on: August 30, 2017, 11:20:00 AM
Hi, folks. What are your top investements in ICO?
And why you have chosen these projects?

Personally I have only TenX tokens by now, I belive making cryptos spendable everywhere is crucial.
5  Economy / Services / Free rides for Uber on: August 30, 2017, 08:27:18 AM


Hi. I can deliver coupons/promocodes for free* Uber rides directly to your account.
*if your ride fare is lower the coupon the ride will be free

The price for for this will depend on your country (as referral codes have different denomination in different countries),
now available WORLDWIDE
including EU, UK, US, CA, AU, NZ, JP, KR, SG.
Anyway this will be significantly cheaper, than using Uber without discount.

PM me to get the price.
Or Telegram: @uberides2

Each coupon/ride is valid 3 months.
Payment in BTC, ETH, PayPal
Discount to the next order if your friends will purchase coupons

I won't be able to accept a lot of codes, so sometimes you will need to wait. I will post if can't accept codes.

Some reviews:

Just writing to say that I was able to receive 20 referrals through monkeybars system with no issues. He kept in contact with me at all stages and all went well.

Definitely recommend.

Bought coupons 2 times from this guy. Everything is OK. Got my free rides quickly, zero problem!

Great Service! Used it twice. No Problems.

Would recommend.


6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Running full node after 0.13.1 upgrade, only 8 connections on: November 07, 2016, 03:07:52 AM
Directly after upgrading to 0.13.1 my full node got more connections than ever before.

Since restarting Core, I only get 8 connections anymore. Port 8333 is open.

I can't find anything that would cause this. Any ideas?
7  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Will Bitcoin Core v0.12.1 ever support Ubuntu 15.10 Wily? on: June 14, 2016, 08:30:42 PM
Just curious why this version was skipped for Wily, as I believe it is the most used and well-tested version of Ubuntu currently. Perhaps we're waiting for 0.13.0?
8  Economy / Speculation / Central Bank Speculative Attack on: December 03, 2014, 06:52:05 PM
I've been searching around and haven't been able to find anyone talking about this possibility.

In short, players with the most to lose in the transition to a Bitcoin economy could "spend" (i.e. print fiat, i.e. steal from all other users of a fiat currency) fiat in losing trades in order to suppress the exchange price of bitcoin. The point of this would be to delay a rise in the Bitcoin market cap, and perhaps prevent the price from rising to a tipping point or price of no return.

It is conceivable that the market cap could remain too small for the motivation to improve and grow the infrastructure and investment needed to flesh out the ecosystem. On the other hand, central banks (for example) would simply be enriching traders by doing this, and if interest in Bitcoin remained high regardless, the strategy could still lose. Pouring fiat into the traders' hands would end up in the economy in this scenario, hastening a hyperinflation or hyperbitcoinization event.

Do you think such a scenario is likely, or are there factors to discourage legacy institutions from engaging in such an attack? Or do you think it's already happening?
9  Other / MultiBit / Overview of How to Back up Multibit Wallets on: December 01, 2013, 11:12:36 AM
Hi all,

Due to the OS X bug in Bitcoin-qt, I decided to switch to Multibit.

The client works fine and is fast. Also, I like how you can have multiple wallets.

However, the instructions on how to back up wallets are extremely confusing at best.

There is a big page in the support site about how Multibit makes automated backups of wallets, but not where they are. Nowhere online have I been able to find where all these .wallet files etc. live.

One site recommended I simply export my private key to back up Multibit wallets. But somewhere else, I read that when you recover a wallet from a private key, all addresses are lost, which in my book means the wallet was not actually backed up.

Other wallet clients have a simple "Create Wallet Backup" menu choice that just saves a .dat file to a disk of your choice. But Multibit does not. This is extremely confusing and worrying, since after all security in digital money is perhaps the most vital type of technical security.

So, can anyone explain how to back up my Multibit wallet securely and thoroughly, in simple layman's terms?
10  Bitcoin / Press / 2013-09-19 PR Web - Coinsigner Launches Distributed Exchange Platform on: September 19, 2013, 07:42:54 PM



If it works, this may revolutionize the historically difficult exchange points of Bitcoin.
11  Other / Politics & Society / Nerdcore Hip Hop - Bitcoin Baron on: August 05, 2013, 07:10:25 AM
Just came across this terrific track. Bitcoin's affect on culture has become audible.
12  Other / Politics & Society / The Banking System in a Cryptocurrency World on: July 16, 2013, 01:44:52 AM
I believe cryptocurrencies will, in a few years, be the most common way to transact in the world. How can banks survive in their current form when this is the case? Since so much of their income derives from processes that will no longer be relevant, they must transform to the real needs of cryptocurrency users, such as wallets, payment plans, security, and anonymity.

The banking industry's size will be a barrier to it understanding the importance of shifting business models, and I believe there will be a massive collapse of it. Central banks will make the shift to crypto far too late, which will result in governments going bankrupt around the First World.

I was never a "political collapse" conspiracy theorist until I found out about Bitcoin.

I don't foresee a social collapse, however. In fact, I think that society may benefit in interesting ways while the political machine is hacked apart for scrap. Eventually, the power centers will concentrate again, but there will certainly be an awkward transition as the economic rug is pulled out from Big Finance. By "awkward" I mean riots, revolutions, hunger, war, but also liberty, art, and truth.

Life goes on, and we'll figure out the money thing with the help of tireless opensource devs. I have a strong feeling we'll be looking at a seriously different World Status Quo in ten years.

Does anyone else see Bitcoin turning the world upside down, with ramifications reverberating throughout all echelons of society?
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Bitcoin-qt Wallet for OS X -- Blockchain error on: July 08, 2013, 10:19:12 PM
I tend to keep my Bitcoin-qt software open all the time because I want to be a node and help out transactions in a small way.

But lately when I shut down OS X with the wallet open and I start back up, I get a message that there's an error in the blockchain, and it has to download the whole thing again. It doesn't affect me much other than using a little bandwidth, but it's slightly worrying. Does anyone have an idea why it's happening?

Thanks yall
14  Other / Meta / Bitcoin Micropayments on on: July 02, 2013, 04:02:43 AM
If there isn't one already, we need a Bitcoin micropayment plugin for this forum.

Don't underestimate the inconvenience of three clicks instead of one.

I wonder how easy that is to code.
15  Other / Beginners & Help / Quantum computing and Bitcoin cryptography on: May 27, 2013, 11:55:56 PM
Bitcoin could surely be overtaken by another, better-designed cryptocurrency. Imo, this is its only genuine threat in the currency world.

But what about breaking its cryptography and comprising the Bitcoin protocol with next-generation computing devices? I have doubts that "faster / next-paradigm computing" could enable the protocol to be cracked.

Even now proto-quantum computers (D-Wave Systems) are coming online and clocking cryptographic computation speeds at 10,000x faster than binary machines. Quantum speeds grow expontentially as bits are added, yet the bits are being added exponentially as well. This would indicate a vastly accelerated speed in the coming years, compared to binary.

Given that Bitcoin mining uses cryptographic techniques, it is probable that quantum computing would be adopted by the mining industry very early on. I think that would preclude the possibility of a quantum early adopter from cracking the Bitcoin protocol and committing fraud directly.

So, even considering the massive cryptographic computation gains to come in the next years and decades, peripheral technologies, and not the Bitcoin protocol itself, will continue to be the weak points in the use chain.

What do you think?
16  Other / Beginners & Help / monkeybars' BTC predictions on: May 27, 2013, 07:37:07 PM
Hey all! I'm a newb on the forum as of today.

1. I've read about half of Neal Stephenson's books. After finding out about Bitcoin, I read his short story "The Great Simoleon Caper." What foresight! I really appreciate how he weaves economic themes into his speculative fiction. Currently on the Baroque Cycle and am fascinated to read how the influxes of silver and gold from the Americas affected Europe's economy, etc.

2. Started to get interested in Bitcoin about a month before the last spike in 04/13.

3. Finally bought some BTC after the spike for investment. Would like to get paid in BTC so I can begin spending it regularly.

4. One of the reasons I decided to invest (not just use) BTC is because I think it's going to take over the world monetary system. I've done a bit of research on the size of the U.S. and world economies. Here are my predictions:

  • Bitcoin will continue at about 550% annual appreciation until 2018.
  • BTC will break $300 in early 2014.
  • BTC will break $1,000,000 in late 2018.
  • BTC will slow down at that point, leveling out around $3,500,000 around 2021.
  • During this 550% annual rise, there will be numerous rapid spikes and cliffs. I predict about 10 spikes/cliffs between now and BTC's plateau early next decade.
  • It is possible that USD and other nation-state fiat central-bank currencies will experience inflation and even hyperinflation during BTC's rise. However, it is also conceivable that quantitative squeezing will prevent this as people's wealth is transferred into cryptocurrency.
  • Banking systems worldwide will go in to crisis late this decade. Many banking infrastructures will collapse completely. The world will experience financial turmoil as fiat currencies inflate, and liquidity in BTC is adopted too slowly to take fiat borrowing's place. It will be a very rough transition, especially in the developing world. High-tech centers will weather the storm with the least disruption.
  • National tax schemes will be eroded to some extent during this process. There will be many more government bankruptcies as a result of the rapid loss of use (and hence value) of national fiat currencies. Governments will attempt, and fail, to control Bitcoin. The power of federal governments will weaken during Bitcoin's rise, and drastically change during the 2020's. Nation-states will hold much less power. Social currency will gradually begin replacing government intrusion and control as the primary glue between strangers in cultures.

Feel free to chime in whether you think I'm right, or totally off the mark.
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