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1  Economy / Currency exchange / Paypal 320$ > BTC on: September 10, 2016, 10:44:56 AM
Looking to get the best amount of Money for my 320$ paypal. Willing to buy lower amounts of btc.

PM me!
2  Economy / Digital goods / Virtualminer - Website + Code on: April 22, 2013, 09:37:37 PM
I am selling Virtualminer, the first and only virtual mining game Bitcoin has seen so far.
Virtualminer is a game about creating and using virtual hashing computers on virtual crypto currencies and trading those on the exchange of the website.

The website currently hosts a bit more than 400 users and paid out almost 200 BTC since it was started almost two years ago.
I am offering the page and code due to lack of time for maintaining and extending it.

What do you need to run it?
A (virtual) server running linux with at least 512 MB RAM and cronjobs available. Rule of thumb is: if bitcoind runs then virtualminer will run as well.

What will you get?
THe ownership of the domain and the website's code including the database.

How will i sell it?
Due to good experience with auctions i will do an auction on this again.. so if you want to bid on it, just send me a PM.
3  Bitcoin / Project Development / Virtualminer - Website + Code on: April 22, 2013, 09:37:18 PM
I am selling Virtualminer, the first and only virtual mining game Bitcoin has seen so far.
Virtualminer is a game about creating and using virtual hashing computers on virtual crypto currencies and trading those on the exchange of the website.

The website currently hosts a bit more than 400 users and paid out almost 200 BTC since it was started almost two years ago.
I am offering the page and code due to lack of time for maintaining and extending it.

What do you need to run it?
A (virtual) server running linux with at least 512 MB RAM and cronjobs available. Rule of thumb is: if bitcoind runs then virtualminer will run as well.

What will you get?
THe ownership of the domain and the website's code including the database.

How will i sell it?
Due to good experience with auctions i will do an auction on this again.. so if you want to bid on it, just send me a PM.
4  Economy / Goods / [SELLING] Bioshock Infinite Key for Steam 0.41 BTC (at $98/1BTC) on: April 14, 2013, 08:16:23 PM
Selling Bioshock 3 (Infinite) for Steam for 0.41BTC

Price will be adjusted to the current 24hr/avg of Gox at time of purchase.
5  Economy / Scam Accusations / [resolved] on: April 11, 2013, 10:21:38 PM
The order went through after a bit more than 100 hours.
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / *grumble* on: April 03, 2013, 03:08:03 AM
https://blockchain.info/tx/ffc1258a62d7416427d9cfe3899fce64cd62c1383aceab49660b87a481aa6786


So my Bitcoin-qt decided to send a transaction without fees. Isnt that nice?

Can someone explain me why?
7  Local / Biete / Sendbitcoins.net Domain, Datenbank und Software on: March 20, 2013, 12:42:47 PM
Hi,
Da ich leider Arbeitsbedingt kaum noch die Möglichkeit habe mich aktiv um dieses Projekt zu kümmern verkaufe ich Sendbitcoins.net.

Was ist es? Sendbitcoins.net verfügt über einen Backend, der als Ersatz für die API von Paypal fungiert, was bedeutet, dass Webmaster statt der Paypal IPN auch die von Sendbitcoins nutzen können.
Was erhält man durch den Kauf? Man erhält die Software, die Domain, die Datenbank sowie die Wallet, damit die User in der Datenbank durch den Inhaberwechsel keinen Ausfall ihres Geldes fürchten müssen. Des weiteren verzichte ich auf jedweden Profit, der durch die Nutzung der Software generiert wird.

Angebote via PN bitte,
8  Economy / Goods / Sendbitcoins.net Selling Domain and Software on: March 20, 2013, 12:39:42 PM
Hi, i am selling my Software called "Sendbitcoins"

It is mainly a drop-in replacement fpr the PayPal IPN API, meaning that users who have signed up with the service can just use the service as they would do with Paypal. This opens up a wide range of possibilites for SHop owners and Bitcoin. Unfortnately i dont find the time to really keep developing the software and therefore offer to sell it to the highest bidder.
What will you receive?

You will receive a full source code for the software, the domain and full ownership of both. ALso you will receive the wallet of the service as well as the full database including suage statistics and registered members (therefore you will receive the wallet: You shouldnt have any debt to the users). Furthermore I will not be entitled to any profit that will be made through this software.

Offers via PM please.
9  Economy / Gambling / Virtualminer.eu - Virtual Mining game and Exchange on: March 11, 2013, 07:07:18 PM
What is it about?

„Virtual Mining“ is a game unlike any other currently found in the BTC community. Imagine you were able to virtually create a new Bitcoin frok, one where you can set the rules, dont have to spend your precious mining time on and still make money with it!
In Virtualminer you have that chance. YOu can create a virtual crypto currency and mine it with vitual rigs, like everyone else could do. You can test settings of a new cryptocoin or implement your cryptocoin right inside the game!

Where is the catch?
You have, as in real life, to spend money to gain money. You can build, arrange and run rigs on altchains that do run in this virtual environment. But in order to do this you have to pay BTC for the rigs or the creation of thechain, but after that your chain is running and the exchange on virtualminer will be allowed to trade your coins for Bitcoins.
If you get enough people to run your Chain you will can get enough people to trade and to raise the price of the coin - just like you would do with your own altcoin, just without development, without flamewars and without neglecting your primary Cryptocoin!

So what are the rules?
Currently the game is running in a testing phase – therefore all of the rules are negotiable, except the one about cheating

-   Every user may “Buy” as many mainboard, virtual asics and other hardware components as he wants.
  o   A mainboard has a fixed number of card slots
  o   A virtual ASIC cannot be upgraded with vGPUs nor does it need a mainboard to be attached to
  o   vGPUs and vASICs speeds are taken from real life values where possible
  o   The amount of Devices available is limited depending on the devices real life availability (a 6990 is less available than a 6850)
  o   Users are able to sell their devices on the "flea market"
  
-   Users can create new Chains
  o   There can be a maximum 20 parallel active chains
    x   A chain is flagged inactive after 24 hrs. if no one is mining it anymore
    x   A chain is deactivated (unminable, 48hrs after flagging inactive)
    x   Every new chain costs 0.125BTC for every Chain already in existence. The first one is free, the 2nd costs 0.125, the third 0.25 and so on..

-   Users can create Pools
  o As of now pools are unlimited in size
  o A pools founder can set any fee he wants as long as it is less than 25% (to prevent cheating).
  o The chain a pool is mining can be set at any time.
  o Pools always pay proportional
  o Users NOT on a pool mine SOLO

-   Deposits are handled with a unique address every time.
  o A deposit is “valid” and added to the account after 4 confirmations.
  o There is a small fee of 0.01BTC on withdrawal. This is to keep the server alive and cover transfer costs.

-   “Cheating”
  o   “In theory, as the service operator, I could keep the bitcoins for myself. I'm not going to do this, but I completely accept that people do not trust the service operator. It is their freedom of choice, and Bitcoin is about freedom.” (slush)


Website: http://www.virtualminer.eu

Screenshots:


10  Economy / Services / SendBitcoins.net - New Payment processor (no bitcoind needed!) on: March 09, 2013, 11:20:08 AM
What is Sendbitcoins.net?
Sendbitcoins.net is a new payment processor for Bitcoin which uses well known technologies to simplify the day to day use of Bitcoins.
While a regular Bitcoin transaction can take up to one hour to properly confirm Sendbitcoins.net allows to send and receive coins instantanously.
To use this you dont need a new client, a blockchain or any new software - all you need is to register at bitcoinpal.net to start using it.

Why would someone want to use this service?
This service aims at the everyday user who just wants to send and receive Bitcoins without the spending too much time thinking about the easiest way to do this. Shops and merchants can use this software, just like Paypal, to set up simple payment systems or modify their existing software to use Bitcoins just like Eur or USD.

What makes this service unique?
You can adapt pretty much every existing Paypal IPN compatible software by just editing (literally) two lines of code. In every Paypal compatible software you will find a line that leads to "paypal.com/webscr". If you change it to "bitcoinpal.net/backend.php" you are done.
You can find an example of such an adaption in the example package provided on the about page for the OpenCart software. No need to setup a bitcoind, no need for custom payment systems, just your e-mail and standard software available for all shopping carts.

Built in rating system:
Every transaction can be rated from 1 to 10, which is basically a score from "transaction failed" up to "everything worked perfectly" to rate the transaction with another user or shop. Doing so enables users to give and receive scores for and from other users which can be seen in the profile section of the page.
This page lists how many transactions a user has rated, how many ratings he got and send and what his average score is. That should ensure that a user is transparent enough to be sure about him wether he is a scammer (more likely to receive bad scores) or a reliable trading partner with lots of good scores. Of course this offers no safety from scammers, but it is a tool for receiving and giving reputation.
 
Payment options and Fees:
To use Sendbitcoins.net you will just have to register on the website and deposit coins to the address you are given. A deposit is credited to your account after 4 confirmations. The address you have is fixed so you can even point your Pools payout address there. Upon reaching the 4th confirmation you will receive a notification and the coins will be added to your account. From there on you can either send coins directly to any other user using his E-Mail address or withdraw coins to any Bitcoin Address, but waiting for multiple confirmation for the coins to arrive. There also fees on transactions to keep the server running. For user to user transactions (including shops using the backend api) the transaction fee is 0.2% of the transaction volume, for withdrawals a fee of 0.01BTC will be taken.
11  Bitcoin / Project Development / SendBitcoins.net - Developer Thread on: March 03, 2013, 11:44:19 PM
Hi,
A few days ago I started my SendBitcoins.net service (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=147742.0) which basically offers a replacement for paypal services for easier integration of Bitcoin in web projects.
What means replacement in this context? So most shopping cart solutions, CMS donation or subscription systems or simple donation buttons use the so called Paypal IPN system. This System sends a few commands via POST to Paypal which then calls a file on the webserver which then handles the donation notification, or tells the shop that a purchase was made.
Long story short SendBitcoins.net is offering the same API to be used with Bitcoins (so far only for prepaid accounts, but this will change in a short while).

So, every Paypal IPN script uses this address to send data to.
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr

To use Sendbitcoins.net all you have to change is this address to
http://www.sendbitcoins.net/backend.php

And your script should be done and ready to run.

There are of course, a few things to be noted. As of now SendBitcoins.Net only accepts the "currency_code" variable to be set to "BTC" and the "business" address must have an account on the website.

With these things in mind you can convert pretty much every Paypal compatible script to work (also) with SendBitcoins.

So what is this thread now about?
Basically i want to offer a platform for developers to share ideas how to extend the service by new methods or variables and i want to give informations on the currently operating functions here.
12  Local / Biete / [VERKAUFT] Ztex 1.15x on: March 02, 2013, 08:57:37 AM
Hi, Ich verkaufe meinen Ztex 1.15x. Das Gerät läuft einwandfrei und schafft idR 212Mh bei Raumtemperatur. Anbebote bitte via PM.
13  Local / Deutsch (German) / SendBitcoins.net öffnet die Tore! on: February 28, 2013, 10:38:45 PM
SendBitcoins.net öffnet die Tore!

Was ist SendBitcoins?
Sendbitcoins ist eine neue Bezahlmethode für und mit Bitcoins. Während normale Bitcointransaktionen mehrere Stunden in Anspruch nehmen können kann man mittels Sendbitcoins.net in Sekunden Geld übertragen.
Um diese Features zu nutzen braucht es keinen neuen Client, keinen Blockchain Download oder irgendeine Zusatz Software - alles, was zu tun ist, ist sich auf bitcoinpal.net anzumelden.

Warum sollte jemand diesen Service nutzen wollen?
Dieser Service richtet sich an normale Nutzer, die Bitcoins senden und empfangen wollen ohne sich Gedanken darum zu machen, wie man es am einfachsten und schnellsten anstellt. Shops und Händler können diese Software zudem als Ersatz für PayPal einbinden ohne ihre bestehende Software allzu sehr modifizieren zu müssen

Was macht diesen Service so einzigartig?
Man kann jede beliebige PayPal-kompatible Software mit wortwörtlich zwei Zeilen Codeänderungen auf Sendbitcoins.net umstellen. In jeder Software, die mit PayPal kompatibel ist befinden sich zwei Zeilen die eine URL nach paypal.com/webscr beinhalten. Ändert man diese einfach auf bitcoinpal.net/backend.php hat man bereits alles erledigt, was nötig ist um diesen Service zu nutzen.
Ein Beispiel für eine derartige Softwareadaption (von OpenCart) findet man auf der Webseite, wie auch verschiedene andere Beispielcodes. Zukünftig benötigt man keinen Bitcoin Client, keine selbstgeschriebenen Bezahlsysteme oder besondere Plug-Ins mehr um Bitcoin im eigenen Shop oder der eigenen Software nutzen zu können. Alles was nötig ist, ist eine E-Mail Adresse und Software, die bereits vorhanden ist.

Eingebautes Ratingsystem
Jede Transaktion kann mit 1 bis 10 gerated werden, was den Ratings von "Völligem Fehlschlag" bis "Alles perfekt" entspricht. Wenn man dieses mit nur wenigen Mausklicks macht erschafft man ein transparentes Ratingsystem von Usern und Shops ähnlich dem OTC Verfahren, nur mit weniger Aufwand.
In den öffentlichen Profilen aller Nutzer ist einzusehen, wie viele Transaktionen jemand bereits durchgeführt hat und wie die Ratings ausgefallen sind, die er bekommen und vergeben hat. Damit sollte es leichter werden Betrüger und gute Handelspartner auseinanderhalten zu können

Bezahlfunktionen und Gebühren
Um Sendbitcoins.net nutzen zu können muss man sich auf der Webseite anmelden und Coins hinsenden. Die Adresse, die man erhält bleibt bestehen, so dass man auch seinen Pool auf diese Adresse richten kann und alle Einzahlungen hierhin empfängt. Eine Einzahlung benötigt 4 Confirmations um vom System anerkannt zu werden, danach stehen einem mehrere Optionen zur Verfügung:
Man kann entweder direkt Geld an einen anderen User senden oder aber entsprechende Shops besuchen, die diesen Service anbieten. Die Gebühren, die hierbei anfallen liegen bei 0.2% des Auftragswertes. Natürlich kann man Coins auch auf eine normale Bitcoinadresse senden, dies dauert dann jedoch wieder die übliche Zeit und kostet pauschal 0.01 Bitcoins.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Sendbitcoins.net opening its doors! on: February 28, 2013, 10:23:25 PM
What is Sendbitcoins.net?
Sendbitcoins.net is a new payment processor for Bitcoin which uses well known technologies to simplify the day to day use of Bitcoins.
While a regular Bitcoin transaction can take up to one hour to properly confirm Sendbitcoins.net allows to send and receive coins instantanously.
To use this you dont need a new client, a blockchain or any new software - all you need is to register at bitcoinpal.net to start using it.

Why would someone want to use this service?
This service aims at the everyday user who just wants to send and receive Bitcoins without the spending too much time thinking about the easiest way to do this. Shops and merchants can use this software, just like Paypal, to set up simple payment systems or modify their existing software to use Bitcoins just like Eur or USD.

What makes this service unique?
You can adapt pretty much every existing Paypal IPN compatible software by just editing (literally) two lines of code. In every Paypal compatible software you will find a line that leads to "paypal.com/webscr". If you change it to "bitcoinpal.net/backend.php" you are done.
You can find an example of such an adaption in the example package provided on the about page for the OpenCart software. No need to setup a bitcoind, no need for custom payment systems, just your e-mail and standard software available for all shopping carts.

Built in rating system:
Every transaction can be rated from 1 to 10, which is basically a score from "transaction failed" up to "everything worked perfectly" to rate the transaction with another user or shop. Doing so enables users to give and receive scores for and from other users which can be seen in the profile section of the page.
This page lists how many transactions a user has rated, how many ratings he got and send and what his average score is. That should ensure that a user is transparent enough to be sure about him wether he is a scammer (more likely to receive bad scores) or a reliable trading partner with lots of good scores. Of course this offers no safety from scammers, but it is a tool for receiving and giving reputation.
 
Payment options and Fees:
To use Sendbitcoins.net you will just have to register on the website and deposit coins to the address you are given. A deposit is credited to your account after 4 confirmations. The address you have is fixed so you can even point your Pools payout address there. Upon reaching the 4th confirmation you will receive a notification and the coins will be added to your account. From there on you can either send coins directly to any other user using his E-Mail address or withdraw coins to any Bitcoin Address, but waiting for multiple confirmation for the coins to arrive. There also fees on transactions to keep the server running. For user to user transactions (including shops using the backend api) the transaction fee is 0.2% of the transaction volume, for withdrawals a fee of 0.01BTC will be taken.

 


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Changelog:

03/01/13
Website openes up, but some features remain "beta".
Domain name changed to Sendbitcoins.net
15  Local / Biete / Biete E-Gitarre mit Verstärker on: February 22, 2013, 01:57:35 PM
Biete meine Gitarre zum Verkauf an. Habe sie zum lernen/üben benutzt. Sie ist eine NoName E-Gitarre mit kleinem Verstärker - besonders für Einsteiger ganz in Ordnung.

Ich würde sie im Raum Bonn anbieten, da sie (mit dem Verstärker) etwas groß für den Versand ist. Wäre dennoch ein Versand gewünscht würde ich erstmal rausbekommen müssen, was dieser kosten würde.

Ich stelle mir etwa 120Eur für die Gitarre vor. Ich nehme Paypal, Überweisung oder natürlich auch BTC.
16  Bitcoin / Project Development / altcoinexchange.com - [Sold] on: February 13, 2013, 04:00:45 PM
Hi,
Due to a lack of time i am going to sell off my altcoinexchange project.

The software is written in PHP and is using MySQL as well as Cronjobs. I have put a lot of effort into securtiy and will of course give support for the code.

(Website is currently half way down due to a webserver change)

Anyone interestered please PM me.
-------------------------------------
Feb 20 2013: The code and Domain have been sold. I am no longer affiliated with this software.
17  Economy / Digital goods / Selling altcoinexchange.com - Domain + Software on: February 04, 2013, 05:42:39 PM
Hi,

I am selling Altcoinexchange.com.
Its a fully working altcoin to bitcoin (or whatever to whatever) exchange system that is able to handle an unlimited number of currencies which can all be traded from and into each other.

Offers via PM please.
18  Other / Off-topic / (Announcing) LMB LLC - Diamond manufacture (We are better than MDM LLC!) on: January 17, 2013, 01:37:24 AM
Our company is currently working on a sophisticated way of creating diamonds by water pressure. Our, lets say, competitioners (MDM LLC) is just trying to dig a 600km deep hole to fill with carbon and water to create diamonds - we take this a step further!

Press release:
Quote
LMB LLC Announces next generation diamond manufacture

(NOP) January 17, 2013
LMB LLC, market leader in carbondiaxide to diamond generation, is unveiling today the technical specifications for its next generation manufacture process:

1) Digging a lake of 150km x 150km size to store the water neccessary to produce diamonds
2) Using Heavy water instead of water

"LMB LLC has always considered itself a serious manufacturer in the diamond manufacture industry and our customers are leaders in buying first grade diamonds of all sizes.", noted Nacht W., LMB CEO, " We see the DiamondLake project as the natural next step in continuing to meet our customer's needs."

Because our first and second generation graphite and diamonds are expected to be degrading into mere coal very quickly by the huge demand for fossil fuel customers have a high demand for new and supreme sources for highest grade products.

Venture Capital Funding Aquired, Record Rate of First Quarter Growth

LMB LLC, the largest market provider of grade A carbon-related crystaline structures is now backed by private venture capital and looking forward to continuing its operations in what some have recently labeled the "Carbon Prairie" of the mediterranean.

Retail sales have continued to grow strongly, and with expnential month-to-month sales increases, the decision to back LMB was made easy. Founded in 2013, LMB LLC is a worldide leader in carbon-related crystaline manufacture. The company offers a range of products and consulting services in crystal design.

LMB LLC is a trademark of LMB LLC in Europe and or other countries.


Our current manufacture hardware:

The rig to pump carbon into our water heavy-water reservoir:



Our diamond farming equipment. Please note that diamonds are normally larger than the size of the aperture of those tools:


Last but not least a shot of our upcoming water-reservoir-surveiling-and-controlling unit (in short WC):


We currently aim at a price of just $599 per carat. Please submit your preorders to

14Asrg7roXxxCYD45Z78Y1LxhWoYVwHtcf

We expect to ship the first products in 4 to 6 weeks.
It will only be possible to get a refund for your Preorder if we delay the product shipment for 12 years.

Nacht W.
CEO LMB LLC
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / SLICk - Small Lightweight multIcoin Client on: January 11, 2013, 02:01:15 AM
Current Version: 0.1.0 -development haltet but source available-

Description and Background:
SLICk is an attempt to create a lightweight wallet for VPS Users like me.
For me it was a big problem that Bitcoind was taking just too much memory and CPU for everyday use. Bitcoind also took way too much Harddisk space so i looked for alternatives and didnt find much.
The BitcoinJ Project was a nice start to create my own client. Using JPosse as example on how to use Servlets for RPC i began writing a small application to serve Virtualminer as bitcoind replacement. As some time went by and everything went just too smooth (even though using JAVA) i decided to add the capability of running a Litecoin Wallet to Bitcoinj/SLICk which ended up in modifing a lot of the base BitcoinJ code but also resulted in a small java application that can handle Bitcoin and Litecoin by just using different configuration files.

Configuration files:
Configurations can be split into two major areas: User and Chain
The part for the user lists the filenames of the wallet and blockchain file and how often the client should update. Also users can set a fixed fee and setup the RPC information.
The other part is the area which the normal user shouldnt touch. It basically lists all the network parameters of a blockchain like Genesis Hash, TargetTimespan and so on.
(Will add an example later)

RPC calls:
I have implemented a few RPC calls that are useful for websites. I dont plan on introducing GetWork and similar stuff into SLICk since it is not meant to be a replacement for bitcoind. Also i didnt add any Account features as they are in the original client. First of all because i created the client for people who use a db to track accounts anyway and because i dont like the built in account system.

Native RPC Calls:
getbalance
getnewaddress
getreceivedbyaddress("Address")
sendtoaddress("Address,Coins)
validateaddress("Address")
getblockcount()
getinfo()
getdifficulty()
getconnectioncount()
getblocknumber()
listtransactions()
settxfee (0.005)
sendmany ("Address",Coins,"Address",Coins...)
stop()

Custom RPC Calls:
I also created a few RPC calls that i thought to be useful at my own projects and therefore introduced them into this client as well.

getKeyPoolsize() -- Returns the number of keys in the wallet
savewallet() -- Triggers the saving of the wallet
ListPubKeys() -- Returns a list of all public Keys
SetMaxConnection(num) -- Changes the maximum amount of connections on the fly and saves it to the config file
TempMaxConnection(num) -- Changes the maximum amount of connections on the fly. Setting is lost after restart
EchoToCli("Some Message") -- Show some text on the command line
getConfidence(TransactionID) -- Returns the confirmations of a given Transaction ID


Changelog:
0.1.0
- Internal testing phase began.

Performance:
It takes about 3 hours to download the full Bitcoin blockchain at my home computer, less than an hour for Litecoin. This looks different for my VPS but its a very slow one when it comes to writing to disk...... Memory usage is ok: The Bitcoin client is running for a few days straight now and takes 100MB mem, the litecoin client roughly 95MB.. so both look good.




Download Links:
Source "As is": virtualminer.eu/SlickSrc.7z

I will update this once i find some time to keep developing it again...


how to run: copy the contents from btc.config or ltc.config (those work..) into slick.config and run the following command:
java -cp [youjarfile] com.windwallet.Main slick.config
20  Local / Deutsch (German) / Ich kanns nicht mehr lesen... on: January 06, 2013, 12:26:10 PM
...überall nur noch das gerede von ASICs.

Wäre nett, wenn hier Vaporware als eben solche behandelt würde: als nicht existent.

Specs von Geräten, die es nicht gibt sind absolut unsinnig zu diskutieren. Auch sollte man nichts auf Herstellerangaben geben, die sich auf Konzepte stützen.

Also bitte liebe leute, haltet dich mal die Füße still BIS wirklich mal ein ASIC gezeigt wurde, der funktioniert....
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