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1  Economy / Lending / --- Loans needed for big volume BTC trading| Interest - 3%/week - 13%/month --- on: September 22, 2013, 04:27:50 PM
Hey Everyone,

My name is Adam Parker, and I am an economist graduate from the University Of Chicago. I have been involved in the stock market for 3 years now. I currently work on Wall Street. My friend got me into the bitcoin business 5 months ago. As reviewing bitcoin and all the other currencies (that now I know, most of them fake and does not worth investment), I realized the great potential in bitcoin. In my opinion it is a revolutionary idea and it is limitless.

That is why I have invested 10 BTC into my bitcoin project. Which includes my job and passion - stock market as well.
(I will be using the exchange provider mcxnow)

I believe that bitcoins price will double within a year, as new people are discovering its potential every day.
So I invested 10BTC and put it onto the exchange site mcxnow. Although 10BTC seems more than enough for trading, it is not enough to gain real profit. In order to achieve my 50 BTC budget I want to acquire loans from bit coin holders on this site.

Weekly interest:

I am offering a set 3%/week interest rate on loans between 0.5-1 BTC.
I am offering a set 3.5%/week interest rate on loans between 1-5 BTC.

Monthly interest:

I am offering a set 13%/month interest rate on loans between 0.5-1 BTC.
I am offering a set 14%/month interest rate on loans between 1-5 BTC.

Deposit Address:

1K7cVEZ7kdqH41LTF5p5BStPH1FEzWF5pW

Please send me a pm with the loan and the transaction id. I will send you back a confirmation after the payment got processed.

Important: Payements requested for withdrawn form the set deadline will not receive interest, but loan will be paid back.

Cheers,
Adam Parker
2  Economy / Gambling / --- Loans needed for big volume BTC trading| Interest - 3%/week - 13%/month --- on: September 22, 2013, 03:22:53 PM
Hey Everyone,

My name is Adam Parker, and I am an economist graduate from the University Of Chicago. I have been involved in the stock market for 3 years now. I currently work on Wall Street. My friend got me into the bitcoin business 5 months ago. As reviewing bitcoin and all the other currencies (that now I know, most of them fake and does not worth investment), I realized the great potential in bitcoin. In my opinion it is a revolutionary idea and it is limitless.

That is why I have invested 10 BTC into my bitcoin project. Which includes my job and passion - stock market as well.
(I will be using the exchange provider mcxnow)

I believe that bitcoins price will double within a year, as new people are discovering its potential every day.
So I invested 10BTC and put it onto the exchange site mcxnow. Although 10BTC seems more than enough for trading, it is not enough to gain real profit. In order to achieve my 50 BTC budget I want to acquire loans from bit coin holders on this site.

Weekly interest:

I am offering a set 3%/week interest rate on loans between 0.5-1 BTC.
I am offering a set 3.5%/week interest rate on loans between 1-5 BTC.

Monthly interest:

I am offering a set 13%/month interest rate on loans between 0.5-1 BTC.
I am offering a set 14%/month interest rate on loans between 1-5 BTC.

Deposit Address:

1K7cVEZ7kdqH41LTF5p5BStPH1FEzWF5pW

Please send me a pm with the loan and the transaction id. I will send you back a confirmation after the payment got processed.

Important: Payements requested for withdrawn form the set deadline will not receive interest, but loan will be paid back.

Cheers,
Adam Parker
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / How does coin minting work? on: August 09, 2013, 04:28:06 PM
Can someone explain me how does coin minting work with pos\pow coins? So when I have some coins in my wallet it just gives me like an interest without doing anything. Or I have to do something for it.
4  Other / Beginners & Help / what is needed to make a coin valuable? on: July 27, 2013, 11:46:40 PM
I am trying to figure out what I should seek in a coin. Can anyone help me?
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