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1  Economy / Goods / iPhone 6S Plus 16gb GSM (ATT/TMo) on: August 21, 2017, 04:04:57 PM
Available via Purse escrow.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Puercoin - Puerbank - Dallas Real Estate on: February 27, 2017, 08:58:28 PM
I read an article about a "Puercoin Blockchain" investment into some Dallas area real estate.

It appears that this is the wallet - and that this is the investment group

Has anyone heard about this coin? I don't see it listed anywhere. Is it a "private" coin?
3  Economy / Investor-based games / [Merchant Shares] - Invest using BTC and get daily returns up to 2.25% on: January 07, 2017, 04:52:33 AM
So, I came across this site the other day...

Merchant Shares

  • Invest using BTC
  • Daily returns up to 2.25%
  • Invest into Crypto Currency
  • Minimum investment per sector per investment = $20
  • Maximum investment per sector per investment = $1,000
  • Maximum return is 150%
  • Reinvestment is possible
  • Been around since 2007
  • Facebook Group has 29,497 members and is very active

Does anyone else have any thoughts on this?
4  Economy / Goods / [WTS] Janie and Jack $100 Gift Card on: April 30, 2016, 01:28:54 AM
As stated... WTS Janie and Jack $100 Gift Card. Good at any Janie and Jack or online.

Fast delivery. Trusted seller. Post offers here or PM me. First good offer gets it.
5  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Compiling BitcoinD 0.9.2 for Centos 6.5 (final) on: June 04, 2014, 09:12:02 PM
I've tried it a lot of ways and I simply can't get past one more error message...

bitcoind: key.cpp:134: <unnamed>::CECKey::CECKey(): Assertion `pkey != __null' failed.

I'm using OpenSSL 1.0.1f and I've done a ./config enable-ec enable-ecdsa enable-ecdh prior to the make on that

Can anyone lend some guidance on how to properly compile BitcoinD for CentOS 6.5?
6  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD!] Intel Core i7 3770 New In Box Processor Free Shipping! (Only 2 BTC!) on: September 04, 2013, 09:55:52 PM
Intel Core i7 3770 New In Box for sale on BitMit. Escrow! Cheaper than Ebay! Free Shipping!
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / MCXNow down? on: August 12, 2013, 09:14:51 PM

Hey, it's not just you! looks down from here.
Of course, we can't be sure about every other location, but at least it's not accessible from here (Brea, California - United States) right now.

Is he finally upgrading?
8  Economy / Marketplace / [BOUNTY] A way to prevent bitcoin fraud on: August 11, 2013, 04:10:28 AM

I realize it's like the wild west here. If EVE-Online is any indication, the problem with fraud will only continue to get worse. There is already one case before a judge (The Savings and Trust guy) and I'm sure there is more coming. But those are only the lucky ones that folks managed to track down. Recently, there was the LTC Wallet guy that is long gone. Also personally, I lost 1.5 BTC into a Southwest Gift Card that looked really legit (but it probably isn't).

Yes, I realize there are escrows but that can be defeated as well with charge-backs and related actions. So, that is of limited effectiveness.

To place the full burden on the buyer on certain transactions is crazy difficult. Because even if the buyer performs as much due diligence as possible, there are scams that can defeat such schemes. Considering those scams on EVE-Online, it has happened time and time again.

In the US (and some other countries) Bitcoin is considered a real currency. I only have the beginnings of an idea, but I'm willing to put 1 BTC into any entity that successfully creates a way to validate an entity or group in such a way to make sure that funds placed there cannot be lost or stolen. Or, if it is, there is some recourse possible against the entity or individual such that funds can be recovered. So I am proposing that perhaps someone with far more time and (and possibly) resources than me devise a way that we can have a "Yelp"-like system (but without their version of the scam) or some mechanism such that consumers of Bitcoin purchased goods and services will now have a resource to go to.

Sellers of products on these forums could then register with this Yelp-like system and it would bring credibility to their posts. Their signature block could contain this "trust validation" and folks like me would then look for it and then buy with more confidence.

For example, in the LTC-Wallet case, if that person was "registered" with this Yelp-like company, that company would have the details on where this person really and truly resides. In the event that this turns into a scam, people can contact this Yelp-like company and then details on where this person lives can then be shared such that police reports / lawsuits can be filed against this individual.

Such an action or agency would end much of the risk associated with these coins and bring a lot more of the legitimacy to Bitcoin related products and services. I would welcome any discussion around this (along with any modifications on this idea). I do not wish to be the 'owner' of this train of thought... In the end, I only wish to be the contributor of 1 BTC into such an action that reduces the risks associated with Fraud.

9  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] Never Settle Game Keys on: August 07, 2013, 11:03:00 PM
I have

qty. 2 Tomb Raider
Qty. 2 Bioshock
Qty. 1 Crysis 3
Qty. 2 Farcry 3

PM me offers. I will update this thread as they are sold.

10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [ANN] - Lots of information about PrimeCoin! on: August 04, 2013, 06:07:27 PM

We're looking for contributors to the ... And please feel free to make this a resource that is useful and current! I am not accepting donations at this time nor will there ever be advertisements. If you feel compelled to contribute something, please contribute an article update or two!

As the #7 ranked coin by MarketCap, we should have a great Wiki that discusses all things PrimeCoin.


11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Lost and Found: Lost 7 LTC due to bad copy / paste on: July 31, 2013, 07:44:13 PM
Hey guys,

I had a copy / paste fail to this LTC address LdzuoqNWQDvfCyJXsraU9hpejqmsXt1pHy

If whoever the owner of that address would be so kind as to step up and redeem my 7 LTC that would be great. I'd be happy to provide a reward (Steam Games).

Thanks again,

12  Economy / Goods / [WTS] Beef Jerky for Coins! Head on over to Jay's Jerky and Goodies on: July 23, 2013, 05:40:18 PM
Just wanted to promote a site that my friend developed. Now accepting BTC, LTC, FRK and a few other altcoins for some good Jerky.

They have Beef, Roo and Buffalo Jerky. They also have some great fudge. All good stuff.

An open bag is an empty bag. It's that good.
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