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1  Economy / Goods / Xbox 360 Limited Edition Orange TRON Controller on: May 08, 2017, 02:13:40 PM
This controller is #171 of 250.  It's only been opened to confirm the number, never been used.  As far as I can tell there's only one other for sale,, but it has a $500 price tag.  $400 is my price and it's a steal compared to that!

Free shipping for continental 48 in the US, PM me for an estimate for anything else.

2  Other / Meta / Possible use for forum funds? on: June 21, 2014, 11:47:53 PM

I think using some of the forum's money to help fund p2pool development would be a great idea.  It would be awesome if it could be made better so usage would increase.
3  Economy / Services / [WTB] Text Parsing Script (prefer PHP) on: March 05, 2014, 08:16:01 PM
I've got a need for what should be a fairly simple script.  I've got a long text file that's a bunch of records all together.  There are certain lines I want to pull out and put into a CSV file, the file doesn't need to be written just the the CSV displayed so I can copy it.

Each record is about 150-200 lines of text and I'm probably looking to pull about 10-15 lines per record.  There is an identifier for the start of each record.

I'd prefer this to be written in PHP as I'm going to modify it in the future.  I'm open to other languages as well, I just know PHP the best.

Shoot me a message and I can send you some more specifics of what data I'm looking to pull out and a text file with 15 records to test it with.  Also, let me know your estimated time/cost to complete the script.

Found someone to do it.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Scrypt Farm Graphics Card Question on: January 11, 2014, 02:58:44 AM
Radeon 280X 3GB: $365 Gigabyte GV-R928XOC-3GD REV2
Radeon 7970 3GB: $385 XFX-797AD

Which one should I buy 10-30 of to use for building out a mining farm?  And any suggestions for 3 or 4 cards per rig, and what size PSU to use?
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / 194,993 BTC transaction on: November 22, 2013, 05:52:43 PM

Sure is a lot of money to move at one time
6  Other / Meta / Odd Account on: November 05, 2013, 05:04:37 AM
I can't figure out why someone would create a new account, then proceed to necro 3 different threads about QR codes/barcodes.;u=152162;sa=showPosts

Who's got a good idea?
7  Economy / Services / [WTB] Someone to code a PHP script for me on: September 28, 2013, 08:22:25 PM
I'm in need of a fairly simple PHP script, shouldn't be more than an hours worth of work I would think.  I'll pay 0.25 BTC for what I need.

I need a function that takes an input as a string and outputs a private key and bitcoin address.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / My Response to a Lifehacker Article on: September 22, 2013, 02:38:19 PM
Check out this article about how to send money online, no mention of Bitcoin!  I then replied to the author via twitter.  What do you guys think?
9  Economy / Service Discussion / BTC Robot on: September 17, 2013, 01:46:59 PM

That graph looks pretty good, but the story is a little different...

Full disclosure, I was given a free BTC robot license by the owners.  I had PMed them because everything looked sketchy, so I told them I'd try it out to see if it was legit.  I figured it wasn't legit and they wouldn't take me up on my offer, but they did.  It does seem to be a legit company, but I'm just not a fan of how things are done.

They are really only looking at profit in terms of USD, and that graph makes it look like I gained a fair amount.  Over the course of a month I actually lost BTC.  I started with 2 BTC a month ago and when I withdrew the other day it was 1.965 and about $1 in the btc-e account.  If you're looking to grow the amount of BTC you have I would suggest not using this.

Please let me know if there are any questions.
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Mining comparison? on: August 13, 2013, 08:52:28 PM
I know there are some websites out there that show a comparison for mining different coins, does anyone have a link to one?

Searched around a little bit but don't see them yet.
11  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] Batch 2 Avalon 79 GH/s on: August 13, 2013, 06:14:45 PM
Looking to sell my batch 2 Avalon, 3 unit, hashing at 79 GH/s.

Buyer pays shipping and any escrow fees (if you want to use escrow).

I'll let it go for 75 BTC.

PM me with any questions or other offers
12  Economy / Services / [WTS] Signature Space on: July 24, 2013, 04:48:09 PM
I'm willing to rent out my signature block.

Shoot me a PM with the rate (per week or month) and what you'd want me to put in there.
13  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] Avalon ASIC Batch 2 125 BTC, have in hand on: July 15, 2013, 11:45:19 PM
I have an Avalon batch 2 unit in hand that I'm looking to sell

Can provide other proof if really needed.  The unit is OCed and hashing around 80 GH/s.

Escrow is fine, will only do it with John K and buyer must pay escrow fees.

Buyer pays shipping as well.

Selling price is 125 BTC, PM with any questions.
14  Economy / Services / Looking for web development help on: May 31, 2013, 03:20:43 PM
Here's the situation:

Me and my buddy are in the process of designing a product to help with bitcoin storage security.  I'm looking for someone to create a website for our company.  What we probably need is a customized CMS, that way we can easily edit/add content to the website.

I can give some more details, leave a comment here or PM me.  I'd like to know approximate cost and links to previous work, so I can get an idea of exactly what I'm looking for.

Prefer to pay in BTC, but can do $ as well.
15  Other / Beginners & Help / Trust System on: May 24, 2013, 05:25:17 PM

I would suggest reading up on the trust system.  The above link goes to the announcement topic from the Meta section.

I'm going to leave this thread unlocked for newbies to ask questions and help each other understand.  Useless replies and off-topic remarks will be deleted.

Edit - This is a useless reply:
+1 for trust
16  Other / Off-topic / Dota 2 Invites on: May 20, 2013, 11:44:59 PM
I have 6 Dota 2 invites just sitting around if anyone needs one (to play).
17  Economy / Auctions / [WTS] Batch 2 Avalon ASIC 65+ GH/s Order # 3973 on: May 14, 2013, 06:35:23 PM
I'm selling my batch 2 Avalon ASIC pre-order.

The auction ends 10pm EST Tuesday May 21.

No starting bid, but there is a reserve.  The hash of the reserve is:
If it comes close to the reserve but doesn't meet it, I may still consider accepting the offer.

We will use escrow if you want, but I will chose the escrow provider (probably John K) and buyer will pay any fees.

Buyer pays for shipping and chooses provider/options.

I do not plan to even open up the Avalon box when I get it unless the buyer requests that I do.

If you want to 'buy it now' PM me your offer, will consider anything and close the auction if I accept.
18  Other / Beginners & Help / A warning about Alt-Coins on: May 08, 2013, 02:45:34 PM
Almost all of the alt-coins out there are going to be a waste of time.  They're being created to take advantage of people who get super excited about different things and then get pumped and dumped.

Be careful about wasting time with too many alt coins.

Be careful about downloading files, seems like there's plenty of wallet stealers around hidden as alt coin miners.
Seen some more of this recently, so wanted to highlight the point.

Here's some good info from later in the thread:
1) Don't just trust the status of a member, anyone can write 500 posts and be a hero member in a short period. This just means that he invested some time on his membership. He can always decide that a profitable scam will be a good payment for his time.
2) Never deal with anyone without doing a search in the forum with his nickname, in order to check if he has scam accusations.
3) Ask for his coin address and always search it on or to verify if his address has the amounts he is claiming.
4) Be very suspicious about proposals well under market price or if he accepts your proposal under market price with no negotiation.
5) Look for the reputation of the member (his successful trades, in the form of vouches from the other party on the deal).
6) Even if he has some reputation, never send all the money in one transfer: send one first very small tranche (0.1 btc might be a good start) and wait for his payment. Send a second little higher tranche and wait again, etc. Small increments, because he might decide to pay you the first and second, to scam a bigger tranche. Always suspect if he doesn't accept to trade in small tranches.
7) If he has no reputation (including most cases when he is a newbie or a Jr.), even small tranches are a risk. Better use an escrow system, like the one of, or a trusted member, or you might need to send over 10 very small tranches. It can be annoying, but loosing your money will be more.
8] For big amounts always use an escrow system, unless the member has an excellent reputation.

Since this thread is a sticky, I decided to post this here. Any moderator or member feel free to move, copy or improve these rules at will.
19  Bitcoin / Project Development / Pre-loaded bitcoin cards on: May 05, 2013, 05:12:41 AM
Warning: I'm just typing out thoughts right now, the idea is still in it's infancy... gotta record it somewhere and have people to bounce ideas off of.

I know someone is already making a card,, so it's not a completely new idea.  My thought is to go legit with a business doing that, meaning register as a money transmitter or whatever else you have to do for FinCEN and all that other crap.

Does anyone know anything about getting registered/licensed for that (time, cost, etc)?  I've only done a little research into it so far and I'm just confused by it all.  Probably doesn't help that I'm slightly sleep deprived and hungover currently.

More to follow later, just the initial ideas down on 'paper' now.
20  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS] [SOLD] 244 LTC for BTC on: April 27, 2013, 06:26:28 PM
I have 244 litecoins that I'm looking to sell for bitcoins, PM or post an offer.

Either you send first, or we use escrow for the BTC part of the transaction.

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