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1  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [WTS] multiple one click hoster accounts/vouchers on: July 09, 2013, 02:04:22 PM
hi there,

as a collateral of a defaulted loan I just received some one click hoster accounts. these are from the hosting services:
rapidgator.net
netload.in
filepost.com
bitshare.com
uploaded.net
cloudzer.to

while I dont think that its a good idea to cash those out via the respective cash out functions, especially since I dont know what has been shared with them, I'd rather like to sell premium accounts/vouchers made from them instead.

PP: I'm especially interested in bulk deals, but will happily sell single accounts/sets of accounts!
2  Local / Biete / [B] Mehrere One-Click-Hoster accounts/gutscheine on: July 09, 2013, 02:01:14 PM
Hallo auch,

ich habe hier aus einem nicht zurückgezahlten kredit ein kollateral erhalten. Darunter sind zwei netload.in accounts mit je > $ 1000 guthaben, einige uploaded.net accounts, einige cloudzer accounds, sowie ein paar rapidgator, bitshare und filepost accounts, sowie noch ein paar andere. (Der Kreditnehmer war "uploader")

Ich bin mir absolut nicht sicher ob es eine gute Idee ist, das ganze über mein bankkonto zu liquidieren, und hatte deshalb die idee, stattdessen gutscheine aus den guthaben(netload.in) bzw die accounts selbst als premium-accounts zu verkaufen.

Hat da irgendwer interesse daran? Kleiner rabatt ist ja selbstverständlich, ich wäre auch an bulk-deals dafür interessiert, wenn jemand selbst reseller ist o.ä.
3  Local / Biete / Biete: Starbucks Kartenguthaben gegen BTC(10% Rabatt) on: April 20, 2013, 05:25:41 PM
Servus allerseits,

ich bräuchte ein paar btc, und wollte fragen, ob jemand vielleicht in zukunft seinen Kaffee mit bitcoins bezahlt. Als mitarbeiter in einer Starbucks-filiale bekomme ich auf die Kartenaufladungen etwas über 10% rabatt, den würde ich an euch weiter geben. um das Guthaben zu transferieren, brauche ich dann nur noch die nummer eurer Starbucks-card, die ihr bei bedarf in eurer nächsten Filiale kostenlos bekommt(naja, nicht ganz, die karte muss mit mindestens 5 euro aktiviert werden, die werden aber sofort als nutzbares kartenguthaben gebucht).

Also, wenn einer von euch, oder gar mehrere von euch interesse haben, meldet euch doch bei mir.
4  Local / Anfänger und Hilfe / Keys zwischen bitcoin mobile(Android) und PC-Client austauschen on: April 09, 2013, 11:07:32 PM
Servus allseits.

Ich benutze auf meinem Nexus 4 seit kurzem die App "Bitcoin Wallet" von Andreas Schildbach. Diese App ermöglicht den export der private-keys mit passwortverschlüsselung. Leider gibt es keine option, die private keys unverschlüsselt auszugeben. Für mich wäre es aber wichtig, meine Bitcoin wallet sowohl auf dem Nexus, als auch auf dem PC benutzen zu können. Gibt es eine möglichkeit, entweder am PC zb 1000 keys vorzugenerieren und dann auf die mobile wallet zu exportieren, oder aber andersrum(also klar, keys vorgenerieren ist ja kein problem, und 1000 keys sollten eine weile halten, zur not kann man ja neue keys wenns geht nachträglich einfügen) die verschlüsselten private-keys entschlüsseln, sodass ich sie in meiner pc-wallet mit pywallet importieren kann?
5  Local / Biete / Verkaufe: Nexus7 16 GB, inkl OVP/Kassenzettel für Gewährleistung on: March 02, 2013, 03:06:15 AM
Servus auch

gestern hab ich mir jetzt endlich das Nexus7 3G zugelegt, daher ist das Vorgängermodell jetzt käuflich zu erwerben.

Im angebot enthalten sind:
Das Nexus7 16Gb
USB-Kabel zum Laden/Daten transferieren
Originalverpackung
Kassenzettel

Das gerät wurde in einem Mediamarkt gekauft, ich glaube im September(es war 4 Tage bevor das 3G angekündigt wurde, genaues datum muss ich raussuchen)

Es ist also definitiv noch ein wenig gewährleistung drauf.
Das Gerät ist technisch einwandfrei, Firmware ist auf Android 4.2.2, der Akku ist ebenfalls noch gut(also 6-7 stunden aktives Ingress spielen, dafür wurde das gerät zuletzt hauptsächlich genutzt). Die Firmware ist gerooted, der bootloader offen, auf wunsch kann ich aber auch ein factory reset machen und den Bootloader locken. Der Bildschirm hat selbstverständlich keine kratzer, der silberne Gehäuserand hat ein paar, die hauptsächlich vom aus der Jackentasche ziehen stammen. Knöppe funktionieren alle drei ebenfalls noch.

Meine Preisvorstellung wären so 170-200 Euro(Neupreis waren 250), bin aber offen für Verhandlungen. Bilder kann ich auf Bedarf liefern, Escrow via Bitmit.net wäre auch möglich.
6  Local / Biete / [DONE]Biete Webmoney WMZ, Suche BTC on: February 08, 2013, 12:55:21 AM
(oder LR).

Wie der Titel es so schön sagt, ich sitze mal wieder auf ca 175 WMZ. Ich versteh zwar nicht wirklich warum es für diese richtung keinen exchanger gibt, aber nuja, wenn jemand WMZ braucht, möge er sich doch bei mir melden oder hier posten.
7  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB BTC for 175 WMZ on: February 06, 2013, 11:33:26 PM
Hi there,

having another $175 in my WMZ purse again. I need Bitcoin, or LR. I'm looking for a private trade, at or at least very close to mtgox prices.

Have done another successful trade like this with steamgames before, I'm also willing to use bitmit for escrow if neccessary.

PM me if you're interested.
8  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB Bitcoin via WMZ on: December 29, 2012, 02:00:02 PM
Hi there,

since btc-e shutdown their WMZ deposits, I'm looking for someone willing to take my WMZ and give me BTC for them.

If anyone's interested, send me a PM or reply here
9  Local / Biete / Biete SSD 240GB on: August 31, 2012, 03:59:54 PM
Servus, biete hier meine "alte" OCZ Agility 3 SSD mit 240 GB an.

Habe die SSD vor ca 3 monaten gekauft, es ist eine von denen die die ersten 4 wochen heil überstanden haben.(Wer OCZ kennt, weiss was ich meine, entweder sie fallen kurz nach kauf aus, oder gar nicht)

Die SSD ist in einwandfreiem Zustand, und wird mit Originalverpackung, allem mitgelieferten zeug(die Anleitung etc) und Original-Kaufbeleg verkauft.
Daten sind zwar noch drauf, die sind aber komplett verschlüsselt.

Die SSD ist bei mir nach upgrade auf ein 512GB Modell aus dem Notebook rausgeflogen, und liegt seither rum.

Wer sie haben möchte, möge sich bei mir melden.
10  Economy / Services / Anyone doing a VCC Service for PP verification? on: July 18, 2012, 02:41:04 AM
Title says it... is anyone here offering that service?
11  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS]25 EUR Paysafecard for Bitcoins on: July 03, 2012, 07:02:27 PM
Hi there,

I have a 25 euro paysafecard that I received as a payment from an affiliate program.
I have no use for it, so I'd rather sell it for bitcoin. According to the program holders mail its an offline
PSC(from uploaded.to).

Just post your offers/PM me
12  Economy / Currency exchange / FastCash4Bitcoins - Feedback thread on: June 30, 2012, 03:08:07 PM
Hey there,

so I just did my first trade with FastCash4Bitcoins, worked fine, even though there was a small hickup, but all in all it was a decent and fast deal.

I'm opening this thread here to keep feedback separated. TangibleCryptography is a decent dealer, and I want feedback for them separated from their announcements, mainly to avoid the situation where people will still be asking whether the service is legit within the next year, like they still do on jeremy wests spendbitcoins.com.
13  Local / Deutsch (German) / [S] GSM/3G Jammer on: May 23, 2012, 09:07:36 PM
Servus, ich bräuchte einen gsm/3G(umts) jammer mit einer reichweite um 10 meter. kann mir da evtl jemand weiterhelfen(evtl in der schweiz, da sind die dinger ja nicht illegal)?

EDIT: sehe grade das is im falschen bereich gelandet. wenns einer der mods sieht, bitte in den Suche-bereich verschieben.
14  Economy / Goods / [survey] Is there any interest in low power FPGA mining controllers? on: May 21, 2012, 04:53:29 PM
Hi there,

I am currently working on a solution for wireless routers that allow access paid with bitcoin(https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=7998.40).

So I got a little bored this weekend, and I started writing a mining host for this thing, to control FPGAs.
idea is that you can connect your BFL singles to this little router, and control everything via a web interface.

Cost for this would be about 60 Dollars + shipping, (I'm in the EU) power usage is at max 12Watts (plus power for a USB hub to connect multiple FPGAs to the thing, if neccessary).

Question for me now is:

Is there any interest in such a product, given that it will not only have your FPGAs mining, but also allow you to replace the wifi router you currently have with it(means you can connect your computer/cell phone using 802.11bgn wifi, or just plug them in at one of the 4 lan ports of the device)?

As I see it, this product could drastically increase the comfort of fpga mining, and also save power(as you can replace your existing hardware with it, and wouldnt have any overhead, or just add it to your network(upstream via wifi is supported right now)). Please share your opinions.
15  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / 78x0's anyone had one of them mining? on: April 01, 2012, 10:06:10 PM
hi there,

i just noticed this week that amd had released a 7850 and 7870 recently, and I was kind of surprised that they are already on stock. so as I didnt find any results on their mining capabilities in this sec or in the hardware comparison wiki page, I'd like to ask if anyone got any of those, and how much I can expect them to do. Power consumtion values'd be appreciated too. If no one has any data on those, I'll buy a 7870 on wednesday and publish the results :-D
16  Economy / Services / any psychiatrists here? on: March 20, 2012, 10:39:33 PM
must have some BA or something(must be legit and have a state permit to practice or non us equal).
Please analyze whats wrong with this guy: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=29445
Payment negotiations and credentials via PM
17  Economy / Currency exchange / Have mtgoxusd, need LRusd: $150 on: March 03, 2012, 01:48:35 PM
Hi there,

I'm looking for someone to exchange some mtgoxusd for me. I need about 150 LR-USD.
I'm willing to go first if you have rep.
Have done business before with ThiagoTMC(Forum Staff), yankee(bitinstant) and others.
18  Bitcoin / Mining support / weird 100% usage problem in my rig on: February 27, 2012, 11:38:47 AM
Hi there,

I'm currently having some kind of weird issue in my rig. The rig itself consists of some cheap asus board, together with a 5850, 6850, 6950 and a 6770.

they all used to work just fine for the last months.
So the other night, I noticed on my mining tool, that my 6770 went offline, while all other cards continued to work. I thought, fine, I'll reboot the rig and it'll be all fine again.
after rebooting, all cards were still detected, X11 was starting up and not freezing. however when I started the second worker, I noticed that the system became laggy, so I tried to htop and found that all poclbm instances were using an entire core. So I did another reboot, noticed the problem still being there, used another pocl(newer version) - problem still there. I went to hashkill-gpu, which refused to start with no reason. fine again. I then tried CGMiner which told me on start that it couldnt fire the 5850, then started all other GPUs and also had the 100% issue. I thought, ok, maybe I raped the 5850 too hard over the past. but it wasnt that. after rebooting with the 5850 detached, I found the other gpus still using 100% each. So I reattached it, and tried mining anyways. despite all gpus coming online and having OK stale rates, my mining power was only about 50% of what it should be. after killing two pocl instances, the other 2 instances went to full capacity, however using both of my cores to the limit.

then I went installing a new linux stick. after everything was set up, I still had that same error.
finally, I tried each GPU single, and different combinations of them... all tries lead to each pocl instance having 100% CPU usage each.

So I'm out of elaborate guesses now, anyone else have any hints what's wrong with the rig?
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bring Paxum back on! on: February 14, 2012, 03:55:35 PM
Hi there,

most of you heard it already, paxum is acting weird with bitcoin related accounts, and they suspended some exchanges/handlers accounts.
I suppose that although paxum wasnt the most reliable partner, they were one of the easiest partners to get money in and out of bitcoin.

I therefore suggest that we should show paxum what kind of business they will lose by shutting down business with bitcoin.

For starters I suppose everyone affected by this should open a ticket to the paxum support complaining about their lack of reliability.
Maybe(this is what I'll be doing) we should threaten them about closing our accounts with them.

I understand that paxum has advanced security concerns doing business with bitcoin, but as far as I can see that, only business with a bitcoin exchange as target(aka funding the bitcoin exchanges) is risky for them. There is no reason why paxum should deny processing withdrawals from bitcoin exchanges, as these transactions are usually irreversible.

So, people, log into your paxum accounts and let them know what you think of their shitty action, and what you think about the way they made it public, in a small side-notice!
20  Economy / Trading Discussion / Which exchanges do paxum withdrawals reliably? on: January 27, 2012, 01:40:39 AM
Are there any left of them?

I moved my entire trading to tradehill some time ago, since they always did a good job on paxum withdrawals. However, they are currently having problems of their own, and it's going to take some time until they can say "we're doing business as usual". However, I need to move out some funds, so are there any exchanges left that withdraw to paxum in a timely manner(not like mtgox who tell you up to 5 business days and send the funds after 10)?

Besides, CryptoXchange, please add paxum!
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