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1  Local / Marketplace (India) / $5 in week on: June 08, 2019, 05:54:18 PM
I need posters for signature to bitcointalk. I need a person who will write posts in english in different topics(Altcoin Discussion ,Mining ,Announcements ), but do not publish them and send them to me. I will publish them. Posts must be of high quality, without plagiarism and without the use of a translator.
Any interested? 50 posts = $ 5
2  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Generate 1000 addresses on: October 01, 2011, 01:07:04 AM
If you were to have to generate 1000 Bitcoin Addresses which approach would you take?

Can 1000 addresses be stored in one wallet?

I'm trying to implement the Merchant Lazy API
3  Local / Mercato valute / [TRUFFA] MegaUpload - MegaVideo Premium Account - 1100 Days left on: August 10, 2011, 05:39:47 PM
Vendo un account MegaUpload - MegaVideo - MegaLive - MegaPix, con 1100 giorni rimasti.

Nuovo costerebbe 160 euro.

Quanto siete disposti a pagarlo?

Io lo vendo per 15 Euro o migliore offerta.

Disposto a inviare la password per primo solo a venditori reputabili.
4  Economy / Invites & Accounts / MegaUpload - MegaVideo Account for sale - 1100 Days left on: August 10, 2011, 05:24:18 PM
I'm selling a MegaUpload - MegaVideo - MegaLive - MegaPix Account, with 1163 days left.

If you would have to buy it yourself, you would have to pay 224$.

How much are you willing to pay?

I will sell it for 20$ or best offer.

Willing to send password first only to reputable buyers.
5  Economy / Economics / Why do you use Bitcoin? on: July 10, 2011, 10:42:14 AM
hey guys, in the next few days I gotta speak to a few crowds of people about bitcoin.

I'm trying to find some use cases where Bitcoin is the indisputable best choice, e.g.;

1) Small donations

2) Donations to political dissidents

3) Silkroad market (but I cant talk too much about it)

4) Securing anonymously small ammounts your money

5) ... Speculation ?

Could you find some more?
6  Bitcoin / Project Development / Bitcoin Developers For Hire on: June 22, 2011, 11:42:37 AM

My company have been tasked to setup a Bitcoin development team. You will be working in a flexible and stimulant environment, where innovation and creativity are highly sought after and welcomed.

Open Positions:

- Team Lead

- WebApp Developer

- C/C++ or J2ME embedded developer.


- Bachelor in Computer Science or strongly related field

- Strong background in Bitcoin development

- Knowledge of good coding practices, cryptography and security.

- Excellent problem solving skills

- Strong communication skills

Additional Informations:

The job can be either per-project basis, per-hour basis or a long-term commitment.

If you are interested, either PM me or send an email to
 , along with your hourly rate.

If you send me your CV please remember to add:

" I authorize the use of my personal data according to the local legislation."

7  Economy / Trading Discussion / About Mt. Gox flaw from a security expert on: June 20, 2011, 06:44:50 AM
Dear Bitcoiners,

I'm sorry to hear that some people have had their account stolen, but I was expecting it.

The problem of Mt. Gox is that it grown too fast, without the correct investment in customer safety. The design of the site is not thought for security, and it is evident even from the API. Basic cornerstones like input validation, or safe data exchange are omitted, as if that was a blog and not a sensitive web application. Luckily Mt. Gox makes enough money to pay admins to control the money-flow.

The bigger problem anyhow, is that other exchanges have blatantly copied the design of mt. Gox, along with its flaws, and with a smaller budget. Thus I expect more security breaches. And this is a big problem for the credibility of bitcoins. Thus I invite exchange owners to:

1) Use the right software. IIS is a big no-no Smiley Also Linux should frowned upon. Unix is the way to go.

2) Update the software. You cant leave a known root escalation bug for 6 days!!!!

3) Have your code reviewed by a third party.

4) PHP security isnt too difficult, , still you missed most of the BASIC guidelines.

5) For god sake, you're moving hundred of thousand of dollars. Use a fucking dedicated server for the database. Accessible only by a local IP. If you wonder why I know this, then you should fire your admin.

If you own an exchange and would like to be safer, for a small fee (in the 5 figures) PM me, and I will tell you if your site is flawed, and if it is I can show you how I can have root access on the webserver at least.
8  Economy / Trading Discussion / Why People share addresses on forum? on: June 11, 2011, 02:58:48 PM
I read that you should generate an unique Bitcoin address for each transaction, to be safe.

Anyhow why people post their addresses on the forum?

If two people make a donation to a Bitcoin Address in the signature of someone, isn't this a violation of safety procedures?
9  Other / Obsolete (selling) / [Europe] SAPPHIRE 5850 Extreme Ed. 1 Gb - BRAND NEW !!! on: June 11, 2011, 01:13:26 AM
Brand New SAPPHIRE - Radeon HD 5850 Extreme Edition 1 Gb.

Price is 7.9 BTC + Shipping. Please PM me for rates.

I have 10 of them. Discounts for 5+ purchases.

I can emit fiscal receipt.
10  Economy / Marketplace / Why dont use credit cards? on: June 10, 2011, 11:49:58 PM
I understand that paypal is frowned upon for buying bitcoins.

But why they can't sell bitcoins with credit cards directly?

Just implement a gateway payment on mt.gox et voila....

But maybe Visa and Mastercard don't want to deals with bitcoins?
11  Other / Off-topic / How to register on SilkRoad? on: June 09, 2011, 07:29:33 PM
Hello guys,

I would like to visit the Silk Road Marketplace, and I figured out the right website, but it prompts an username/password, without any register option.

Are registration closed or something? Where can I register myself?
12  Bitcoin / Mining / Best software combination? on: June 08, 2011, 03:53:32 PM
Ok I have the hardware, now I need to choose the software.

Which software combination has the highest Mhashes/s throughput?

I guess windows is not a good choice, as it waste too much resources.

Since I'm used to ubuntu, I would prefer this distribution. Still the variables left are a lot.

x86 or amd64?

Which miner?

Any particular software optimization?

If you know a good discussion about this, feel free to link it.
13  Bitcoin / Mining / PCI x16 GPU on x4 slot on: June 07, 2011, 01:09:05 PM
Guys I have an E350 Zacate rig laying around, and I was wondering about using it to try bitcoin mining, after installing a HD 5870 GPU.

The fact is that it has a Pci X16@X4 slot. Do you think I will see much of a performance degradation over a true X16 slot? Any numbers to support this? The miner is screwed I think, as the few x8 slots cards perform better than x16 counterparts.
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