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1  Economy / Services / Crony needed to create QIWI wallet account for sad US resident on: February 10, 2018, 09:42:37 AM
I need to register a QIWI wallet.   https://qiwi.com/      (US #'s used to work years ago, but don't anymore .. I guess some new sanctions?  w/e)

It should take two SMS, one to register the wallet and one to deactivate the 2FA for the mobile?

Anyone can  do this?

thanks
2  Economy / Exchanges / Webmoney (WMZ) Questions on: November 05, 2017, 05:03:50 PM
Hi,

Hopefully someone can answer this & I decided to post in this forum as search results pulled up a couple of results along similar lines (like https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1955031.0 )..

So, the situation is this;

I can't create a Webmoney WMZ account, as it denies all US phone #'s.  Yandex wallet is same.

Now, first question;  if I had someone else create an account for me, what sort of things can one do with this mobile #?   Presumably if this person that set up the account for me was not 100% trusted, then I'd never be able to 'fully secure' the account?  re;  they could use this phone # used while registering to claim they have forgotten PW or something similar.

Second question; if I somehow managed to get an account created on Webmoney, is it possible to fund this via Entropay?  Presumably paypal and US based credit cards would be denied, but what about European based CC?

.... purpose:  There is many things on various lequeshops (lequeshop.ru) that I would like to buy.  Unfortunately, base payment options on these Lequeshops is just Webmoney and QIWI.  QIWI has same problem as yandex wallet and Webmoney -- phone number is denied.  

Example of one of the sites - http://lastkey.ru        ---  this place has a few hundred $ worth of stuff I'd like, but guy ignores requests to use bitcoin (I was able to buy about $1200 worth of stuff on steamfarmkey.ru w/ bitcoin, but they don't always have same stuff  Grin  )

short form & more concise request;

Is anyone offering some service/currency transfer here that would somehow be able to get me money in a QIWI or Webmoney account?  I could pay for a balance via bitcoins.

3  Economy / Digital goods / wts Dead Island Definitive Collection (NA + "ROW") steam key for $15 in bitcoins on: June 07, 2016, 11:02:07 PM
Dead Island Definitive Collection (NA + ROW)      (steam activated)

This package can NOT be purchased in specified countries (that means you can't activate it, unless you use a VPN or something):
Albania, Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Monaco, CS, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, CS, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Great Britain, Holy See (Vatican City State), Aland Islands, Faroe Islands, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, Svalbard and Jan Mayen

......  so, their definition of ROW ("rest of world"), doesn't include Europe, except for people in Serbia and Montenegro,  which they have messed up here as 'CS'

i'd want the bitcoins first.  PM me, since i don't visit board much.  

oh, collection includes:

dead island riptide definitive edition
dead island definitive edition

it does NOT include Dead Island Retro Revenge
4  Economy / Digital goods / [H] 100's of Steam games (as global region gifts, not keys), [W] Bitcoins on: May 28, 2016, 06:05:46 AM
Most of the stuff is gone, so just editing it all out for now.  Maybe sometime in future I'll try again here.

It was maybe $100-$150 worth of stuff I sold for bitcoins, which was some drop in bucket compared to all the stuff I sold on g2a... but, then, g2a steals so much money, it could be worth it.

I probably need to make some minimum buy order next time though.  =p
5  Economy / Currency exchange / end on: May 09, 2016, 12:26:17 AM
NM, I just noticed I can cash out on opskins via Bitcoins.  =p
6  Economy / Services / Need someone in India to buy something for me. on: April 17, 2016, 03:30:39 PM
Cost is ~$7.50.  I want to test to see if it works, before wasting all this time setting up my own payment solution -- they use this 'PayUMoney' crap, that requires an SMS to an indian mobile phone, and some credit card verification that's apparently unique to credit cards issued in India (wont even work on Entropay).

PM me if interested; can provide more details, etc.  Pls don't bother if you aren't in India (or can pay with 'PayUMoney' w/ an 'Indian' credit card -- it rejects everything else).
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / bitcoinj + amazonaws on: February 17, 2016, 09:22:38 AM
Code:
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2016-02-17 09:07:45.459681 receive version message: /bitcoinj:0.13.4/Bitcoin Wallet:4.46/: version 70001, blocks=0, us=127.0.0.1:8333, peer=824, peeraddr=52.49.xx.xx:47288
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block all of amazon  is solution now?

oh, i think i know what this is.  but doesn't affect me, except for all the added connections.  was annoying when it went to my home connection on windows
8  Economy / Digital goods / [WTB] Dirt Rally AMD codes on: December 23, 2015, 01:42:04 PM
Can't redeem them anymore after the 31st.

I can take up to 30 of them.  $20/ea if you have 6 or more, otherwise $18/ea.  (why?  cause it saves me time, validate 3 per AMD account)

I also have some junk I could trade on Steam, I guess.  Like Telltale Games Collection

PM me or I won't see it

thanks
9  Economy / Digital goods / WTS Telltale Games Collection *STEAM* Global Gift @ $25 in bitcoins on: December 16, 2015, 06:42:55 AM
It is this:

http://store.steampowered.com/sub/85858/

Selling them for $25 in bitcoins each.  I have 3 copies (but if there was enough interest, I suppose I could always buy some more).

.... oh, I'll also even say how I obtained it;

http://store.steampowered.com/sub/85858/

US $174.99 ($174.99) 0.00%
UK £133.99 ($203.97) +16.56%
EU 162,99€ ($179.20) +2.41%
CAN $192.99 ($140.28) -19.84%
JPN ¥17,880 ($147.90) -15.48%
NOR 162,99 kr ($18.76) -89.28%
NZ $211.99 ($142.41) -18.62%
KR ₩189,100.00 ($159.25) -8.99%

It's a pricing error in Norway.  US, Canada, EU1, EU2, Norway, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea = the 'global' regions in Steam.

The bundle includes;

$19.99 - Back to the Future: The Game
N/A - Bone: Out From Boneville
N/A - Bone: The Great Cow Race (these both are essentially $5usd each, since youcan get 'em in a $10 bundle)
$29.99 - Game of Thrones - A Telltale Games Series
$19.99 - Hector: Badge of Carnage - Full Series
$19.99 - Jurassic Park: The Game
$4.99 - Poker Night 2
$4.99 - Poker Night at the Inventory
$4.99 - Puzzle Agent
$9.99 - Puzzle Agent 2
$19.99 - Sam & Max: Season One
$19.99 - Sam & Max: Season Two
$19.99 - Sam & Max: The Devil’s Playhouse
$19.99 - Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People: Season 1
$24.99 - Tales from the Borderlands
$19.99 - Tales of Monkey Island Complete Pack
$2.99 - Telltale Texas Hold ‘Em
$24.99 - The Walking Dead
$4.99 - The Walking Dead: 400 Days
$24.99 - The Walking Dead: Season 2
$24.99 - The Wolf Among Us

Drop me a private message if you're interested.  I'd want the bitcoin sent first & then I can generate a link for it & send it to you that way or could  do the whole friend thing & send it as a gift.  Either way is fine.

I'll probably be out of 'em sometime in the next 8 hrs, so if this message is still here around, say, 10am CDT, just assume I'm out and forgot to delete.  =p
10  Economy / Services / (done) Hetzner server from robot auction (i7-3770, 32GB RAM, 2x3TB, +NIC) on: September 18, 2015, 11:25:31 AM
(mod - not sure if these topics are deleted, but please leave this at least until monday gmt, just don't want more offers while i respond to the one person that replied)

You have to be a current Hetzner customer for transfers to work.

I have a server I got off the robot auctions a couple months ago, an i7-3770, 32GB of RAM, w/ an addon NIC, specifically;

Intel Core i7-3770
HDD2x HDD 3,0 TB SATA
RAM4x RAM 8192 MB DDR3

PLUS   NIC 1000Mbit PCI-E
- Intel PCIe EXPI9301CT

.... the price I am paying is € 33.61 a month.  Last payment was on the 13th of this month.  Don't want any extra money for it, just a pro-rated amount of the remaining days of the month (if someone wants it).  I'm getting rid of it next month, regardless.  The cheapest you can find a similar server (i7-3770, 32GB RAM, addon NIC) for on the robot at this moment is € 42.86.  The cheapest i7-3770 w/ 32GB of RAM period is @ € 37.82 (robot prices have gone up a good 15-20% or more in the last couple months).

PM me if you want it.  It'll just be cancelled & I suppose returned to the auctions if nobody is interested.

(it's in DC 16, the 5.9.xx.xx range)
11  Economy / Digital goods / $450 Steam Wallet funds (sent via marketplace, I eat fees), for $375 in bitcoins on: June 25, 2015, 05:20:16 PM
..... first off, this isn't an actual offer, just wanted a catchy topic line.

I'm curious if any (stranger) would do something like this?

As of now, I've sent $250 using this method to a friend that I know in person.  I'm guessing if someone did mass amts of these, then their account could be suspended.... possibly the buyer's too, but that seems doubtful (unless they're also engaged in 'transferring' money... otherwise it wouldn't be logical from a business standpoint -- re: as long as the person receiving the money is using the money to buy games for their own personal use, and not as gifts).

I make about $50-$100 a day in Steam wallet funds on the side, with booster packs and thousands upon thousands of bids on various things.  My "main" is constantly at the $500 "cap" and I have five alts now that are getting full...

Does anyone do that sort of thing here?  lol.

 
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / getaddr.bitnodes.io and the daft announcement posted on march 26th on: March 26, 2015, 12:15:50 PM
I couldn't find some specific thread talking about this "service", so..

re:  'Thu Mar 26 2015 02:38:20 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time): Crawler restarted: Updated crawler to exclude sybil nodes from 2607:f0d0:1c01:53::0/112 (@af662daf61).'

What is a 'sybil' node?  These nodes you speak of were acting just like any other normal bitcoin nodes, responding to getaddr messages just as any other would.  Normal bitcoin nodes wouldn't connect to all, hmm, 600 or so.

Please don't confuse your monitoring software that spreads like some malignant tumor with a standard bitcoin client, thx
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin nodes on: February 14, 2015, 04:12:45 PM
I noticed a lot of these are running on Digital Ocean, Vultr, Linode and the like nowadays, so I figured I should post this here -

linode is having a $20 promo right now for new signups (just reposting text that I put on my site),

***NOTE: Linode just started a promo about three hours ago (posting this on February 14th at 1417 GMT) for $20, the code to use on your signup form is 'LOVELINODE'. Linode promos are rare, so you should really take that one if you have any interest in it whatsoever. I got in on a $50 promo, but that was some aberration. I believe this is their first promo since that one (which was around the 1st of August of last year).

Linode signup is @ https://manager.linode.com/session/signup .... or if you want to be nice, you can use https://www.linode.com/?r=92298e46a34309a7a45c0addb52f34ce2dd900e1 .. 

I had to deposit $5 to access my promo money, I imagine it's still set up the same way.  So avoid if you don't want to do that (they do take paypal).


14  Economy / Digital goods / WTS one Steam game for 55 cents USD via Paypal (closed!1) on: October 29, 2014, 09:23:10 AM
I had to go look under washing machines in some decrepit laundromat to find my quarter.

i'll leave this here until some mod deletes it so Mr. t at least has the opportunity to pity.  I guess I should have sold my 1500 PesetaCoins, it is impossible to comprehend how valuable the PesetaCoin is

******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************

First come, first serve... well, either that or I'll just delete after ~10 minutes and everyone that read this in that 10 minute window will have to live w/ the knowledge of damning some poor soul to a life of squalor and misery.  Not selling multiple games, just any one out of the list.

So, I have;

Rabbit Hole 3D: Steam Edition, RoboBlitz, Triblaster, Memories of a Vagabond, Hacker Evolution: Untold, Air Conflicts: Secret Wars, Galaxy on Fire 2 Full HD, Wildlife Park 3, Thunder Wolves, The Void, Disciples III: Reincarnation, Cargo: The Quest for Gravity, Toxic Bunny HD, Flower Shop: Summer in Fairbrook, Obludia, Gentlemen!, Mr Bree+, Sweezy Gunner, Villagers and Heroes: Hero of Stormhold Pack, White Noise Online, Stealth Bastard Deluxe, Zeno Clash, Etherlords II, Heroes of Annihilated Empires, Colossal Kaiju Combat: Kaijuland Battles, Freaking Meatbags, Steam Bandits: Outpost, Infinite Space III: Sea of Stars, Dreaming Sarah, Castleminer Z, Claustrophobia: The Downward Stuggle, Stick RPG 2: Director's Cut, Majesty Gold HD, Third Eye Crime, World War 2: Time of Wrath, Sam Glyph: Private Eye, Train Town, Pretentious Game, Trainz Trouble, Soul Gambler: Dark Arts Edition, Fairy Bloom Freesia, Miasmata, Grimind, Intrusion 2, Rochard, Incoming Forces, AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome, Airline Tycoon 2, Bridge Constructor Playground, Cubemen, Disciples III - Gold Edition, Don't Move, Dustforce DX, Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising, Lifeless Planet, Ms. Splosion Man, Osmos, Patrician IV, Puddle, Quest of Dungeons, Small World 2 Royal Bonus DLC, SpaceChem, Super Hexagon, The 39 Steps, Thomas Was Alone, Zenbound 2, Defender's Quest: Valley of the Forgotten, Lightfish, One Day for Ched, Desert Thunder, Exodus of Sol, Making History II: The war of the World, The Sun at Night, Hero of the Kingdom, Huntsman: The Orphanage, Paranormal State: Poison Spring, Major Mayhem, The Samaritan Paradox, Imagine Me, Crouching Pony Hidden Dragon, GAUGE, The Mysterious Cities of Gold, Avencast: Rise of the Mage, Crash Time 2, Crystals of Time, Greed: Black Border, Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes, Grotesque Tactics 2: Dungeons and Donuts, Post Apocalyptic Mayhem, Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood, Space Hack, Space Trader: Merchant Marine, Wasteland Angel, Super Killer Hornet, Resurrections, Deponia, To The Moon, Power-Up, Kingdom Elemental, Battlepaths, Miner Wars 2081, Chaos Domain, Rover Rescue, Explodemon, Red Johnson's Chronicles: 1 & 2, Space Farmers (2 pack), Always Remember Me plus many more... that I haven't had time to add to the list just yet.

About 50% of that mess is CD keys. ~20% are Humble Bundle gift links, and about ~30% are IndieGala gift links.  It's all stuff I bought myself, not traded for other games or TF keys or any of that nonsense. If you have some aversion to gift links, then give me a ranked list. I'll send a key for the highest ranked game that has one.

I'll send first, no escrow required!  I'll also leave some feedback about how you didn't steal 55 cents (~0.00157 bitcoins).

Hopefully I won't get a chargeback a few weeks from now.  When dealing w/ sales of this magnitude, such things happen more often than I'd like.  Plus, it'd make me vry sad to pay a ($20?) chargeback fee for a quarter (after the mindbogglingly magnanimous Paypal fees).  If it came to that, i could probably sweet talk Paypal into letting this one ride....  well, probably not

Remember, that 55c.... I mean the ~22-23c that remains after Paypal takes their extremely modest cut is enough for three nutritious, balanced meals a day. For a whole month! A substantial amount of monies ...

I may also send a picture and a hand written letter about my excellent scholastic achievements....  but more likely, I'll be too busy eating nutritious and robust meals to do such a thing; food on a par with what fortunate children eat nowadays with Michelle Obama's enlightened school lunch program
15  Other / Meta / Separate section for ASICs in computer hardware? on: October 13, 2014, 11:09:45 PM
Any chance of getting a separate section for people to list ASICs?  It's hard to thumb through all that trash trying to find CPUs, motherboards, vid cards, etc.
16  Economy / Digital goods / delete on: October 07, 2014, 04:34:23 PM
finished
17  Economy / Service Discussion / Issuing In A New Era Of Arctic Cloud Mining - The KnCMiner Newsletter (LoL) on: September 02, 2014, 08:43:22 AM
Wow, what a steal at those prices.  If I bought the 5TH $9000 deal, I'd only expect to lose slightly over $4500.

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* No hidden fees (no setup costs, no maintenance fee, no pool fee, no energy tax fee). The price we market is the price you pay.
* No ”+-5% fluctuation” (we absorb fluctuations with our margin mining on top of the pool) - the terahash you pay for is the terahash you get.
Get in early - limited number of packages for sale.

1995 USD for 1 TH/s (6 months) ≈ 1.99 USD/GHs
(≈333 USD if calculated as a monthly expense)
5495 USD for 3 TH/s (6 months) ≈ 1.89 USD/GHs
(≈915 USD if calculated as a monthly expense)
8995 USD for 5 TH/s (6 months) ≈ 1.79 USD/GHs
(≈1499 USD if calculated as a monthly expense)
All applicable costs are included in the packaged contracts.

These online mining contracts are payable in bitcoin and bank transfers only and sold as full 6-months packages (they can not be paid monthly) and are non-refundable. Activation immediately upon confirmed full payment.
This offer is only available in select territories (we're working on expanding this list as quickly as possible).
Best,
The KnC Team, Stockholm, September 2, 2014.



18  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Any reason to allow multiple incoming connections from same peer? on: September 01, 2014, 09:55:45 AM
I just had to change my firewall to limit it to *two (might change it to one later), as I didn't want to block all of Linode, re:

Code:
2014-09-01 07:09:21 receive version message: /Mothership:Aiur/: version 70001, blocks=318564, us=xx.xx.xx.xx:8333, peer=242
2014-09-01 07:09:53 receive version message: /Mothership:Aiur/: version 70001, blocks=318564, us=xx.xx.xx.xx:8333, peer=243
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2014-09-01 07:37:47 receive version message: /Mothership:Aiur/: version 70001, blocks=318554, us=xx.xx.xx.xx:8333, peer=274
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2014-09-01 09:21:52 receive version message: /Mothership:Aiur/: version 70001, blocks=318564, us=xx.xx.xx.xx:8333, peer=494
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2014-09-01 09:22:23 receive version message: /Mothership:Aiur/: version 70001, blocks=318564, us=xx.xx.xx.xx:8333, peer=498
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2014-09-01 09:23:16 receive version message: /Mothership:Aiur/: version 70001, blocks=318564, us=xx.xx.xx.xx:8333, peer=509
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2014-09-01 09:24:02 receive version message: /Mothership:Aiur/: version 70001, blocks=318572, us=xx.xx.xx.xx:8333, peer=513
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2014-09-01 09:24:12 receive version message: /Mothership:Aiur/: version 70001, blocks=318572, us=xx.xx.xx.xx:8333, peer=515
2014-09-01 09:24:12 receive version message: /Mothership:Aiur/: version 70001, blocks=318572, us=xx.xx.xx.xx:8333, peer=516
2014-09-01 09:24:20 receive version message: /Mothership:Aiur/: version 70001, blocks=318564, us=xx.xx.xx.xx:8333, peer=517
2014-09-01 09:24:24 receive version message: /Mothership:Aiur/: version 70001, blocks=318572, us=xx.xx.xx.xx:8333, peer=518
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a small sampling of some tcpkills

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2014-09-01 09:38:13 disconnecting peer=480
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2014-09-01 09:39:41 disconnecting peer=486
2014-09-01 09:39:41 disconnecting peer=487
2014-09-01 09:39:41 disconnecting peer=488
2014-09-01 09:39:41 disconnecting peer=490
2014-09-01 09:39:41 disconnecting peer=497
2014-09-01 09:39:57 disconnecting peer=489
2014-09-01 09:39:57 disconnecting peer=492
2014-09-01 09:39:57 disconnecting peer=493
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2014-09-01 09:39:57 disconnecting peer=495
2014-09-01 09:39:57 disconnecting peer=496

19  Economy / Computer hardware / WTS Radeon HD 7970 (powercolor) - $100 shipped (to continental 48) on: August 26, 2014, 04:08:11 AM
$100 shipped is if you just want the card.  This is about $60-$100+ less than the 7970's selling on eBay, because, well, I'd have to list it as 'parts' on eBay. Oh, I'm excluding the person that listed a ton of sapphire 7970 cards in a row, auction style.  that's just an example of someone that doesn't know how to sell stuff properly on eBay (always buy-it-now)

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_nkw=7970+radeon&LH_Complete=1&LH_Sold=1&rt=nc

It has a stripped screw that presumably one could fix rather easily with a drill or maybe even some bondo or epoxy.  

I have the box, CD, manual, etc.  The two things I'm not sure of are if it came with a crossfire cable or not (it won't have one if I send the box out), and whether or not I have the original antistatic bag it came in (it'll have one on it regardless, just no clue which bag belongs to which card).

The images (not hard to miss, but just in case, I circled the stripped screw & what I did to "fix" it):





and, yes, it runs fine.  it was my main vid card until I bought my geforce gtx 780.  it has maybe a month or two of 'mining' on it.  i think it maxed out at around 76o or 77oC midday (back in April or so)...  so, no, didn't run it at 80oC + for extended periods (if at all).

I bought it from newegg on 11/30/2013.  It was "open box";

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131468R

It also doesn't come w/ a backplate, as you can see from those Newegg pics.  Anyway, as soon as I got it, I redid the thermal paste, stripping off that screw in the process (maybe "broke off that screw" is more proper, not sure).

PM me please, don't read this forum regularly.  I'm only interested in shipping to US, alaska & hawaii would cost a bunch more.  I'd want the payment first, before shipping... and no escrow BS
20  Economy / Services / BTCJAM - need some info from someone else with an account on: August 26, 2014, 03:29:54 AM
I need some info from anyone that has submitted photo ID & address verification, regardless of whether it was approved or not

Send me a PM please
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