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1  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] working c-scape M-board for bitfury 2.2 H-Cards on: May 29, 2018, 06:14:52 PM
I've got a full 400 gh ANCIENT mining rig that only works w/ half of the boards because presumably the traces are burned through... I don't know how to fix it...but I"m open to picking up a new board if anyone has one available by chance.

Here is a pic of the thing (OLD STYLE, THE ONE I'M LOOKING FOR HAS A GAP SO THAT CARDS CAN ONLY BE INSERTED ONE WAY!!! - SEND A PIC IF YOU'RE INTENT TO SELL ME YOURS!):



GIVE MY LITTLE BOOGER THE CHANCE TO DREAM AGAIN!!!:



Doubt I'll get any traction from this but I figure it was worth a shot. I'd rather try my hand at solo mining with this single device rather than a horde of 40 blockerupters  Roll Eyes
2  Other / Meta / Restrict Altcoin [ANN] threads to Full Members and up...kill the spambots! on: May 25, 2018, 02:08:53 AM
<soapbox>Yeah I said it... let's kill that spam... cleanup the ann threads!  </soapbox>

okay now that we've gotten that out of our system, I'd like to propose the change listed in the poll - for the sake of quality....fwiw...if you look at the signature campaign or the translation bounty as a `gig` here then I'm probably not out of bounds to say that you waste time and effort on low quality responses or ... "what what you do if..." crap posts that have zero to do with cryptocurrency discussion in terms of objective reasoning.  We would totally love to know your particular points of view as to why Bitcoin will make you the new wealthy elite gentlemanz holder, said no one ever.

You know why I cam here to bitcointalk in 2013??^?? It was to ask for specific details on mining hardware that I just couldn't seem to pull from simply lurking.  Don't get me wrong, I like you...I wish for you to stay...if you're willing to meet me on upping the quality of your posts - if you absolutely had something that mandated an answer in an ASAP-ish manner, there are other avenues for you through the forms of twitter/facebook/reddit, IRC, IRL via meetups, and even...youtube...yes... youtube!  </soapbox>
3  Economy / Computer hardware / myrig 1200/1600 watt psu on: May 17, 2018, 11:46:57 PM
They go for 140 plus shipping... im looking for 100 usd... shipped to any of the 48 (sorry ak and hi).  I can do escrow through ognasty blazed or tomato cage.  I may have more than one soon but for sure have one in hand now.

4  Economy / Collectibles / [interest check] selling bitcoin bigfoot 2014 era brochures for .001 bitcoin on: May 13, 2018, 02:33:37 PM
something like .001 shipped anywhre. I have a maybe 40 of these which I figure other collectors would be interested in, let me know. 
5  Economy / Goods / is there a list of foodstuff vendors for bitcoin? on: May 11, 2018, 02:50:37 AM
yeah yeah gift purse yadayada.... what about here in the forum or any other delectable foodstuff shops in bitcoinland by small time individuals?

I've seen beesbros, and beefjerky.com and pizzaforcoins....are there others that you suggest?
6  Economy / Goods / [WTB] Taiwanese pork paper to USA (somehow) on: May 11, 2018, 02:48:46 AM
[WTB] Taiwanese pork paper to USA (somehow)... It's not an allow usa import...but the heart wants what the heart wants. 

if you don't know what I'm talking about, then you will not be able to help me  Cry
7  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] my LAST Dragonmint T1 on: May 09, 2018, 10:31:55 PM

edit:  that's all folks!    Shocked Shocked they're gone Shocked Shocked




This sale is for one Dragonmint T1 Miner, though I have a few available.  Willing to do escrow with highly rated trust member such as OGNasty.


cost .14 BTC OBO [shipping worldwide]

Proof this is real:



(psu is now avail.)
8  Economy / Computer hardware / DragonMint 16T MEGA Raffle [#3] (includes 5x miners + PSUs) on: May 06, 2018, 11:29:17 PM
Edit:  Closed :\ conversion to sale occurring momentarily.

9  Economy / Computer hardware / DragonMint 16T Raffle #2 (includes 2x miners + PSUs) on: May 06, 2018, 11:23:29 PM
This is the 2nd raffle of a series of them that I will be hosting here on bitcointalk.

This raffle is for TWO Dragonmint T1 Miner and PSU.  


Entry cost:  BTC.02  per entry (limit of 32 entries for the raffle)

THIS RAFFLE ENTRY ADDRESS (non escrow):  18ZVx4i7FKYj6GYa1XgBM2ZfQdjE6nUMgt

Reserve Requirement:  All 32 Entries must be reserved for the raffle to occur.
Raffle Execution/Expiration Time: Once 32 entries are confirmed, the raffle drawing will occur - winners are determined by the ending digit on the confirmed latest bitcoin block.  The block to be used will be announced in advance before a winner is determined.

FAQ/Questions thread.

Proof this is real (specifically qty on 2nd pic):




Entries:

EntryName
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10  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] DragonMint 16T on: May 06, 2018, 11:14:54 PM
This is the first raffle of a series of them that I will be hosting here on bitcointalk.

This sale ONE Dragonmint T1 Miner and PSU.  


cost:  .17 BTC OBO

Proof this is real:


11  Economy / Marketplace / Frankenmint's Dragonmint Raffle Discussion Thread on: May 06, 2018, 10:38:10 PM
This is a general questions/support thread for the aforementioned raffles going on.  I currently am holding three different raffles, 



All Miners include the 24V PSU (you'll need a 2nd PSU to run these at 12V [residential]).  Feel free to ask any questions regarding the raffles here.  

FAQs:  

Are you offering Escrow?

As of this moment in time, I am not but I may change my mind if enough interest comes along - preferably a staff member... legendary with double digit trust will be required for anyone who I choose to do escrow with.

Have you opened/used any of these units?:  

I have opened a single unit to take photos of the unit and prove that I do indeed hold them, I have not opened nor used any of the miners and do not intend to use the hardware.


Why are you offering this raffle?:  

I no longer have the hosting capacity for these additional miners and rather than trying to sell them with everyone else, I'm offering everyone the chance to acquire one for a price much lower (and much sooner than) trying to buy one and wait.

How will the winners be chosen:

Just as Hhampuz suggests, I intend to do entries in tables and have the drawing determined by a bitcoin block in the future that matches the registrants number reserved.  I would like to have the raffles completed sooner than later so you can have the gear in hand so as soon as all entries are filled and confirmed the raffle will end and a winner will be determined.


How will you ship the Mining rigs to me?

Major shipping carrier with tracking, insurance, and an adult signature requirement.  


How does the ending digit determine the winner when you have 128 different tickets? There are only 16 different characters in a block hash.

entries will be organized into blocks of 16.  each block of 16 will have two digits assigned to them.  the 2nd to last digit signifies which block of 16, the last digit is the winners raffle entry.   these blocks of 16 assemble in ascending order... based on entry picked


Raffle is a nice idea.
But I don't like this, because he is trying to make a big profit with this raffle.
I don't think its something we should try to do here at the bitcointalk forum marketplace.
It's actually even worse than trying to get the noobs pay an overprice price at Ebay.com.

Depending on feedback I may adjust ticket price and/or # of entries required.  If u purchase before adjustment an adjusted number of entries proportionate will be credited.


Update 3:  Okay based on HagssFIN, Hhampuz, and wheelz1200 suggestions, I'll adjust everything GREATLY downward to better meet the demands of the market. As such, all ticket prices are now reduced to .01 per unit per entry with the cap of the raffle to be limited to 32 spots.  


Update 4: No interest on raffles has been found.... I'm just moving forward to converting these to simple sales and calling it a day. I'd rather do raffles in the collectibles thread anyway.
12  Other / Off-topic / Amir Taaki Singing a Song in an old interview on: February 06, 2016, 10:31:20 AM
https://youtu.be/TtE--gj28_c?t=11m21s
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Community Action Flowchart on: January 29, 2016, 08:46:48 PM
Wanted to share this here on Bitcointalk:



Enjoy and Feel free to Share
14  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] Gridseed Blade 5.2 MH on: December 03, 2015, 11:42:47 AM
.43 .306 BTC shipped anywhere.  I had it since last year but its been off since I was spooked from the other one dying out immediately within the purchasing period. The price is firm.

15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Do you Have a Bitcoin Inheritance Plan in Place? (free how-to guide included) on: November 18, 2015, 08:35:21 PM
Shameless plug to my latest guide.  Love it?  Hate it?  Got other feedback?  Let's talk about it.
16  Bitcoin / Project Development / [ANN] Seeking Donations to Fund a Neon Bitcoin Sign in Downtown PDX on: October 28, 2015, 06:12:16 AM
Update:
We've done it!

Thank you everyone who contributed to the fundraiser!
here is the original story for reference sake.
17  Economy / Computer hardware / WTS PSUs 1200W and 1500W on: September 27, 2015, 03:35:32 AM
Couldn't seem to get them sold and I have no use for them so now I'm feeling out for prices.

Rosewill Lightning 1200   $120


Enermax Revo 1500 - $150
18  Other / Off-topic / My list of Common Tech Words on: September 20, 2015, 09:13:39 PM
I didn't know where else to place this.  Didn't seem right throwing it in my honeybadgerofmoney blog.  Maybe, if the list gets bigger, I'll make a point to throw it onto strongarmskeptic.  Anyway, I'm doing a bunch of reading to pin down MEAN stack better and to my dismay the following works will not go away!

The most commonly re-used tech jargon:

thread
process
prototype
node
class
controller
endpoint
component
scheduler
daemon
propagate
view


added since posting this:

cascading
task
problem
code
agent
cycle
undefined

It's blowing my mind that these words are used repeatedly to death and while they try to have similar meanings across, they DON'T!   Angry Angry Angry Angry

Do you have any other common tech jargon words that are used consistently everywhere but may have different meanings depending on context?  Let's discus!
19  Economy / Collectibles / [WTS] MTG 10-Card Packs $2 [Free shipping] on: September 11, 2015, 08:07:35 PM
I happened to find a bountiful supplier so I'd like to try my hand at selling them here first.  These are sealed packs (only commons, sorry).  If a huge wave of you guys exists, I may go out of my way to acquire some uncommons and rares to include in purchases, I just don't know at this time.

I will give you 1 free pack for every 5 you buy.

so:

spend $10 in BTC  get one free pack, spend $20 get two, etc.

This is such a small purchase that escrow will not be accepted for orders lower than $30.  I haven't yet listed screenshots, but if anyone is genuinely interested, I'll go ahead and edit this post to include some.  I came upon this opportunity so I'm just weighing it out here, in the forum for a response, before doing anything with my own store, honeybadgerofmoney.com  Thank you for your time.

Frankenmint

(back in June 2013 I created a store that failed spectacularly called magic4bitcoin.com, if you didn't pull the trigger then, I'm giving you another chance now).  Have a great day everyone.
20  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] PSU spring cleaning Big power supplies for Antminer S5+ on: August 27, 2015, 04:51:56 PM
Rosewill lightning 1300 $110

Visalia 10GPU rig sealed and shipped out the door to domestic 48 states: $90

2x enermax maxrevo 1500 watt power supplies.  $130 each

All come with boxes all cables and containers for nice resell.  


Either you provide shipping labels or I'll tack on the prevailing rate price. I would not imagine it costing more than $20 to ship and I'd be willing to eat costs over as long as it's not more than $15.  


I've also got many many block erupters available if anyone would like to pick up a few I'll let them go for $8 a piece.

I take, BTC, LTC, and Doge, though I'm more looking for BTC.





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