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81  Local / Servisler / Spark Profit - Borsa Tahmin Oyunu - (Bitcoin Kazandıran) on: June 22, 2015, 02:34:40 PM
SparkProfit adında bir site var. Bu site üyeleri borsalarda belli puan karşılığı tahminlerde bulunuyor. Bu tahminler tutarsa puanları artıyor; düşerse de puan kaybediyorlar. Haftalık genel puan sıralamasına göre site 20.000 puan ve üstü üyelere toplam 3000$+ para dağıtıyor. 30$ bakiyeye ulaşan üyeler ister paypal isterse de bitcoin olarak çekim talebi oluşturuyor.

Sitenin bu işten karı ne?
Site bu oyundaki en iyi tahminleri yapan kişilerin tahminlerine dayanan forex işlemleri gerçekleştirip gerçek borsa üzerinden para kazanıyor; yani bir nevi broker olabilecek kişilerin tahminleri üzerinden para kazanıyor. Cüzi bir miktarı da kullanıcılara dağıtıyor.

Site üzerinde birkaç borsa mevcut. Bunların arasında Bitcoin/USD borsası da mevcut. Toplamda 11 borsa var, bu borsalar: Dolar/Japon Yeni, Avustralya Doları / Dolar, Euro / Dolar, Sterlin / Dolar, Bitcoin/Dolar, Japonya borsası (Bizim imkb100 gibi), Amerikan S&P500, EuroStoxx50, Altın, Petrol, Bakır.

Bu 11 borsa içerisinde toplam 6 tahmin yapma hakkımız var. Bu tahminler 3 farklı koşullarda sona erebilir.
1- Tahminimiz tutarsa: Yapılan tahmin tutarsa kazanılan puan hesabınıza geçer tahmin hakkı açılır. Örnek: 100 olan bir şey 110 olacak derseniz ve 90'a düşmeden 110 olursa tahmininiz tutar.
2- Tahmininiz tutmazsa: Yapılan tahminin tam tersi yönünde hareket olursa tahmininiz yatar ve puan kaybedersiniz. Örnek: 100 olan bir şey 110 olacak dediniz ancak 90'ın altına düştüyse puanınız silinir.
3- Oyun devam ederken tahmini durdurabilirsiniz, değiştirebilirsiniz. Kar veya zarar etmeniz yatırım enstrümanının o anki duruma bağlı.

Siteye kayıt olduktan sonra Profil bilgilerinizi doldurduğunuzda 75.000 puan'la başlıyorsunuz. (Cep telefonu - eposta doğrulaması yapmanız lazım).

Oyun üzerinde 20 tahmin yaptıktan sonra 3x'e kadar kaldıraç açılır. Örneğin 2x kaldıraç kullandığınızda toplam 6 tahmin hakkınızın 2'si bu kaldıraça gitmiş olur.

Ödemeler:
Haftalık olarak puanınız eğer 20.000'in üzerindeyse %5'i Cumartesi günleri hesabınızdan düşer ve bu puanın karşılığı olan para hesabınıza aktarılır. Puanlarınızın %95'i bir sonraki haftaya devreder. Düzenli olarak oynadığınızda biriken puanlarınızla her hafta daha fazla ödül kazanabilirsiniz.
Dün gece başladığım bu oyunda 75.000 puandan 85.000 puana yükseldim ve tahmini olarak 0.04$ civarı bir meblağ hesabıma ödül olarak eklenecek cumartesi günü. (oyunlarda daha fazla puan kazanıp toplam ödül'den daha fazla pay almak mümkün, cumartesi günü kaç puana kaç ödül aldığımı vs yazarım buraya).
Hesabınızda 30$ biriktiğinde paypal, skrill ve bitcoin olarak ödeme talep edebiliyorsunuz. (Henüz ödeme almadım ancak ödemeleri düzenli olarak yapıyorlar).

Refli link: https://sparkprofit.com/intro?by=qJZ8C1 (Referansların tahminlerden kazandığı puanların %10'u haftalık olarak her cumartesi hesabınıza eklenir, kaybettikleri sizi etkilemez).
Refsiz link: https://sparkprofit.com/
82  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Catastrophe Scenario on Bitcoin Network on: June 11, 2015, 10:45:00 PM
All we know Chinese Miners have total 56% mining power[1] publicly. (There's 26% that we don't know who have it).
What if Chinese government decides to cut their internet connection from outside of the world? (You know such thing can be done, eg: north korea [2]) Or maybe an earthquake can cut their internet from backbone (maybe not all of it but most of it).
And as result of these scenarios ~50% of miners in China will still mine bitcoins in a local internet like a huge LAN. And rest of the world will mine in another bigger LAN but there'll be no connection between them.  Of course there'll be 2 different major forks.

After 1 month everything went normal. So there're 2 major forks of bitcoin network. How will we decide? Which one is legit chain? Both of them looks legit.

Possible solutions:
- Major mining farms should use secondary internet connection such as satellite connection. Which can be blocked by governments. But it's not affected (or minimally affected) by natural catastrophes.
That's why I support jgarzik's "bitcoin satellite project" [3]. Even if governments ban satellite connections which is provided by gov controlled ISP's; Personal satellite internet dishes can connect bitcoin satellites. There's a catch here, jgarzik's satellites will provide only blockchain (to distribute accepted blocks) they're not gonna be used for broadcasting block candidates.

[1] https://blockchain.info/pools (antpool: 20, f2pool: 19, bw.com: 11, btcchina pool:6; total: 56%)
[2] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_in_North_Korea
[3] https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=334701.0
83  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / SCAM: [ANN][ANG] | Angora | TOR Marketplace | New Thread | Launch! on: May 20, 2015, 12:33:37 PM
Instamined shitcoin,
Failed ico (ico platform delisted it because of some reasons etc)

Also this one;
Quote from: Bitcoin Forum
A reply of yours, quoted below, was deleted by the starter of a self-moderated topic. There are no rules of self-moderation, so this deletion cannot be appealed. Do not continue posting in this topic if the topic-starter has requested that you leave.

You can create a new topic if you are unsatisfied with this one. If the topic-starter is scamming, post about it in Scam Accusations.

Quote
You decided to Ninja Launch when crowdsale.io delist your ico. (Logo is stolen from AngularJS etc)
And now probably you already instamined this shitcoin to dump buyers?

No thanks!

Ps: IF this message gets deleted I'll open a thread about it.
84  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / How To Stake Efficiently PoS Coins on: May 05, 2015, 10:30:30 PM
This topic is quite controversial, and there're 2 sides of this one.
One side says; bigger tx's means bigger rewards
Other side says; smaller tx's, smaller but more often rewards.

And recently "DPoS" became popular. How to decide what's best way to stake more?

First of all you need to learn something: "min stake age" is very important!
How so?

Let's say I've mined xxcoin and I've total 10K and I got them at once to my wallet. I've waited 4 hours for the "min stake age". And it staked, quite good right? But there's a catch! You've to wait another 4 hours to stake again! Because when you create a pos block your input is divided into 2 tx's and it's age becomes zero.
So, if you're mining a pos coin; withdrew your coins at a time as 500,1000 etc.
After 1 hour your first withdrawal; you'll withdraw 2nd one and you'll get another 500 coin etc.
After your first tx created a pos block then your wallet won't wait for another 4 hours to stake again.

With DPoS I suggest; split them as much as you can. If one wallet has 1 x 10k tx and other one has 20 x 500 tx's
First wallet misses the DPoS coins after the first stake. But the second one will be able to create PoS coins because it has 19 aged tx's.

Also There's another issue: "Max Stake Age".
Let's say you've mined on the first day and PoW lasted 3 days; and PoS started after PoW. Min stake age is 4 hours and Max stake age is 1 day.
On the 3rd day your coins will be too aged and you won't be able to stake, Because they're too old to stake.
But you can easily solve this problem: Calculate the time;
For instance;
block time: 1 min
pow ends and pos starts at: 4k
min stake age: 4 hours.
current pow block: 3.5k

calculation: 4 hours = 60*4 = 240 blocks. So If you want to stake immediately you need to move your coins at (4000-240)= 3760th block or 1-2 early etc.

Finally; if there's a "min stake age" you need to split your inputs in case of starving.
85  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Really Interesting Things Happening Today. on: April 19, 2015, 06:28:43 PM
First there were no blocks found for 1 hour 20 minutes.
https://blockchain.info/block-height/352792 & https://blockchain.info/block-height/352793

Secondly, Most of last found blocks are "731 kb each".
https://blockchain.info/block-height/352792
https://blockchain.info/block-height/352793
https://blockchain.info/block-height/352794
https://blockchain.info/block-height/352795
https://blockchain.info/block-height/352796
https://blockchain.info/block-height/352797
https://blockchain.info/block-height/352800


Bonus: TripleMining found 2 blocks with 160-200 THS
https://blockchain.info/blocks/TripleMining

What's really happening? I don't think that's ordinary, it's strange.

edit: Also Slush's pool couldn't find a single block for 18 hours with around 16 PHS...
86  Bitcoin / Press / [2015-04-09] ING: Mobile app use sees emergence of cashless society on: April 10, 2015, 01:53:07 PM
...
9. Future of spending online? Digital currencies not seen as the answer
Bitcoin, launched in 2009, is arguably the most high-profile of several digital currencies that have existed. However, few people in Europe see digital currencies – such as bitcoin – as “the future of spending online”.

Of people in Europe, 72% either disagree with that statement or do not have an opinion about it, a slight drop from 76% from the ING International Survey on Mobile Banking 2014. Turkey, Italy, Spain and Poland are among the countries where acceptance is highest. These countries also have a higher share which say they have used bitcoin in the past 12 months.
 10. Media hype makes bitcoin attractive but awareness still low

Bitcoin is arguably the most high profile digital currency and has been the topic of media attention, academic studies and the term was even added to the Oxford Dictionaries Online in August 2013. Despite this, use and awareness of the decentralised cryptocurrency remains low among most people in Europe. When asked if they have used bitcoin in the past 12 months, 26% of people in Europe say they have not and 49% say they don’t know what bitcoin is. Only 4% in Europe say they have used it in the last year.



Turkey is home to the highest share who say they have used bitcoin in the past 12 months, followed jointly by the United States and Italy, then Poland and Spain. When asked why they had used it, answers varied. An Austrian man, aged 33, wrote: “I found it interesting to concern myself with it (was curious after there were media reports about it again and again).” An Italian woman, 29, had an app that uses bitcoin to recharge her mobile phone. A French man, 51, wrote: “I had to buy things on the dark net.” A Dutch man, 74, received it as a gift. When others were asked why they did not use bitcoin, responses included an Australian woman, 69, who wrote, “I have heard bad publicity about it” and an American man, 30, who noted, “I have no idea how to access it”.

Full press release & survey results: http://www.ing.com/Newsroom/All-news/NW/Mobile-app-use-sees-emergence-of-cashless-society.htm

I'm shocked BTW, Turkey is the top of Bitcoin usage in Europe.
I think this result high because of cointellect scam. There were lots of people who joined this scam from Turkey, and learned about bitcoin/dogecoin...
87  Economy / Service Discussion / [SUGGESTION] To The Signature Campaign Managers - Payout Address Changes on: April 06, 2015, 11:13:44 PM
If a user wants to change payout address on a campaign you should ask for a signed message with old address.
That prevents users funds from hacking. Let's say X hacked some hero member's account on a signature campaing who earned 0.15 BTC in a week, and X comes to thread and says "hey please change my address to that one". If the campaign manager don't ask for signed message that Hero member will loose that money.

I'm asking to the campaing managers to consider that condition.

Ps: I've posted this suggestion on the Dadice campaign, posting here for more publicity.
88  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / May 51% Attack Achieved Cheaper? on: March 25, 2015, 10:53:34 PM
Here's a scenario about 51% Attack and it may be achieved cheaper (maybe the cheapest).

First of all, we need botnet, so we're creating porn sites etc to create a botnet; or we already have one. At least 1 million zombie PCs.
Secondly, we're detecting all stratum ip's and ports of major pools etc. Let's say we've found 1000 of them and that's equal to 95% of the network hashrate.
Preparing for attack:
Calculating the next diff retarget block. Let's say it's gonna be on 350.000th block.
When the miners found 349.999th block we start a ddos attack on those stratums to reduce the network HS. When the 350.000th block found Diff should be lowered to 5% of the previous diff.

Before the attack we had 300 phs network hs but now we have 5% of it so it's 15 phs. (We're still ddos'ing other pools)
We need 16 phs to gain 51% of the network. Let's say we have it.
And so we may achieve 51% attack cheaper...

What do you think about that scenario? Can it be achieved or not? If not why?

89  Other / Politics & Society / Happy International Women's Day on: March 08, 2015, 07:51:00 PM
Today is dedicated to women,
Women Bitcoiners and All Women I congratulate all of you!

Detailed information about today can be found on wikipedia; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Women%27s_Day

90  Economy / Scam Accusations / [WARNING] about BTC-flow on: February 12, 2015, 09:56:20 PM
Hello guyz, First of all I'm not releated to this shit.

I want to remind you just 1 thing this site is not even a ponzi; it looks like ponzi but not.
This scam is called "pay to work for less than you paid". Basically you pay X but you get Y where X>Y.

Let's examine this shit's payment plan:

You need to pay BTC-flow shit 0.05 BTC to upgrade level 2.
What's level 2's Lifetime? it's around 10 days (1/3 of a month).
What's level 2's monthly income? it's around 0.150 BTC right?
If you be online 7/24 during 10 days and claim every 50 minutes you'll get 0.05 BTC back. Wait what?! it was your initial investment!
Let's say you sleep 8 hours a day. So you'll get 2/3 of your investment around 0.033 BTC.
What did you do?
You invested "0.05 BTC and got back only 0.033 BTC" so you "paid to work".

Don't get fooled for free BTC that they're giving away for 2 days. They're basically scammer.

ps: I'm not saying don't claim free 1200 satoshi every 8 minutes. I'm saying that "DON'T INVEST" you'll loose btc for sure.
91  Economy / Invites & Accounts / Selling Full Member Forum Account (130+ Activity 0.12 BTC) on: January 21, 2015, 07:39:51 PM
Selling Full Member Forum Account
It has 130+ Activity
Price: 0.15 BTC 0.12 BTC

Negotiation over price acceptable.
I can use Escrow service. (One of the moderators, @Eal (Turkish section's moderator) is willing to do).
92  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / What's Needed To Send Money Internationally? on: January 21, 2015, 03:11:44 PM
What's Needed To Send Money Internationally?
USD?
Euro?
Sterling?
Polish Zloty?
Ukrainian Hryvina?
Georgian Lari?
I've lots of them, but Banks, WU, MoneyGram etc charge us too much!


What do I use?
It speaks for itself:


You know the rates...

Ps: Lots of countries forbid writing, drawing on money and think it's a crime, so don't do it with your local currency Grin
93  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Open Source Hardware Wallet Project on: December 18, 2014, 09:01:52 PM
Hello guys, I propose to create "Open Source Hardware Wallets" project.

There're lots of "open source embedded mini computers" like arduino, raspberypi etc.
Also those mini computers run linux distros.
Why don't we develop an "open source hardware wallet"?

I think we can develop 3 types of those wallets:

Open Source Hardware Wallet Mini;
A raspberrypi ~40$ (to run multibit etc lightweight wallet, because of lack of memory to save blockchain data)
Camera module: ~30$ (to read qr codes)
Mini LCD: ~15$ (to show balance etc)
Numeric Keypad: ~5$ (to unlock wallet, pin entering would be vulnerable)
Wifi adapter: ~10$  (to download blockchain only)
simcard reader: ~10$ (to broadcast tx'es only)

~110$


Open Source Hardware Wallet Standard;
A raspberrypi ~40$ (to run bitcoin-core wallet)
Camera module: ~30$ (to read qr codes)
Mini LCD: ~15$ (to show balance etc)
Fingerprint scanner: ~50$ (to unlock wallet, pin entering would be vulnerable)
Wifi adapter: ~10$  (to download blockchain only)
simcard reader: ~10$ (to broadcast tx'es only)
64 GB microSD card: ~15$ (to save blockchain data)

~170$

Open Source Hardware Wallet Plus;
Gps (if you loose/are stollen wallet, it sends location data via simcard, and you can send a command via sms to wallet and it starts to send GPS data to you via simcard).
RFID/NFC etc - (if bitcoin companies develop a pay&pass system with one click, these units can be added on it).

Probably ~250$

What do you think about a hardware wallet that you can completely rely on? How can it be developed further?

Ps: I'm not selling any hardware wallet or releated parts. I'm not planning to sell this kinda product.  Anyone can create/develop similar projects, I don't develop such thing right now, This is just a thought.
 
94  Local / Alternatif Kripto-Paralar / ShadowCash on: December 16, 2014, 07:58:07 AM
Çok aktif bir geliştirici ekipleri var, Anonimliği implemente ettiler ya da etmek üzereler.
Github sayfaları; https://github.com/SDCDev/shadowcoin/commit/94bfb03903d5fadfc7e975fa0ace749187279703
" Showing 62 changed files with 16,230 additions and 4,950 deletions. "

son 3 ayda 62 dosya üzerinde 16230 ekleme 4950 silme yapmışlar (bu sayılar kod satırı).

Şu anda ( 16 Aralık 2014 - 10:00 ) fiyatı 0.00033 civarı.
Fiyatta ciddi bir artış bekliyorum.

Ana konuları şu; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=745352
95  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Proof Of Faucet Concepts And It's Vulnerability on: December 10, 2014, 10:12:32 PM
Hi We all meet "Proof of Faucet" concept with MiracleCoin as all we know it's worthless now, but it sill has a value.
Then A second POF coin appeared that named "Find You Coin" which is already a trash.

I want to reveal a Vulnerability about this concept.

As you know these faucet distrubitions are just "senseless". Why? Because it can be easily manipulated, Why? Because it's only checking client's ip address.

How to collect more coin with just one pc?
First of all I downloaded and synced FindYouCoin's wallet.
Then I copied blockchain data from %appdata%\FindYouCoin to
D:\FindYouCoin
D:\FindYouCoin2
D:\FindYouCoin3
D:\FindYouCoin4 ... etc.
I deleted wallet.dat file in these folders.

Then, I created a few shortcuts to my original Wallet executable like these;

C:\Users\Username\Desktop\FindYouCoin-qt.exe -datadir=D:\FindYouCoin -proxy=ip2:port2
C:\Users\Username\Desktop\FindYouCoin-qt.exe -datadir=D:\FindYouCoin2 -proxy=ip3:port3
C:\Users\Username\Desktop\FindYouCoin-qt.exe -datadir=D:\FindYouCoin3 -proxy=ip4:port4 ... etc.

Then I started all wallets. All of them got coins from faucet distrubition because all of them were seen as a diffrent users' wallets.
This concept doesn't check for proxys...

And I dumped all of coins from distrubition. I'm not going to answer how much btc I got.

I opened this thread to warn everybody about these type coins.

Developers may disable -proxy parameter of the wallet in case of this kinda abuse.
96  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / How To Decide To Invest/Trade Altcoins? on: December 07, 2014, 06:09:06 PM
Hi, I want to share How I invest altcoins.

First of all I'm frequently checking Ann threads on this subsection: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=159.0

This link shows the most viewed topics; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=159.0;sort=views;desc

Most viewed topic is Darkcoin's: 2334221 (now) and post count is: 75569
Show/Post ratio is: 30.89 (Low is good)

Then I'm checking the price chart; it should be look like a sinus wave (Which has ups and downs)
It's like that: https://coinplorer.com/Charts/DRK/USD

So I'm deciding to invest some money on DRK

Last 24 hours; low price 0.0061 btc highest 0.0064 btc.

I'm bidding lowest price and selling at highest price.

Basic Rules;
Never invest low trade volume coins.
Never invest non sinus price chart coins.
Never invest Show/Post ratio > 100 coins.
Never invest If there's FUD in the altcoin's ann thread's last posts.

Main Rule: Never invest you can't afford to loose.

You may share your methods etc.
97  Economy / Digital goods / I'm selling a Blogspot username. on: December 05, 2014, 06:56:37 PM
Hi, I'm selling a blogger (google's blogspot service) name.
it was used before and it has some backlink.
http://web.archive.org/web/20110501000000*/http://jennalouisecoleman.blogspot.com

proof of ownership: http://jennalouisecoleman.blogspot.com/2014/12/blog-post.html

even it's an empty blog, it gets hit.

if you're an adsense publisher, you should write some quailty content and make money of it. (I don't have time for that).

price: 0.05 btc

Escrow is ok for me.
98  Local / Servisler / CloudMinr.io - Şu Anda Piyasadaki En Ucuz Cloud Mining Şirketi on: November 28, 2014, 06:46:47 PM
Merhaba arkadaşlar. CloudMinr.io şu anda "black friday" adı altında 0.9 mbtc'den 1GHs satıyor.
Minimum 50Ghs alabilirsiniz, 100GHs de ücretsiz veriyor.

45mbtc (0.045 mbtc)'ye toplam 150GHs mining gücü alabilirsiniz.

1Ghs günlük 1200satoshi civarı bırakıyor şu anda.

Türkiye Saati İle gece 1'e kadar "BLACKFRIDAY" promo kodunu kullanarak 0.0009 btc'den GHs alabilirsiniz.

Bu promo kodu eğer geçerliliğini yitirirse "CMR21OFF" kodu ile 1mbtc'ye düşürebilirsiniz fiyatı.


Promosyonlar dışında;

Eğer 2THs üzeri hash satın alırsanız %9 ref kazancı var ve 1 Ghs fiyatı 1mbtc'ye sabitleniyor.

Eğer 2THs altında hash'iniz varsa %7 ref kazancı ve 1 Ghs fiyatı 1.3 mbtc'den satılıyor.

Ödemeler;
Ödemeleri haftalık yapıyorlar ve her pazar ödeme yapıyorlar (sanırım pazartesi gecesine sarkıyor TSİ).
Hash satın almadan 100Ghs'yi aktif edebilirsiniz ama ödeme alamazsınız.
İlk ödemeyi 30 kasım'da yapacaklar, tx id'yi eklerim konuya.

Not: Sisteme deneme amaçlı üye oldum, 45mbtc riske ettim, şu anki ödemelere göre 30 günde çıkartabilmem gerekiyor yatırımımı. Ama kazılan/ödenen tutar düşerse ROI maksimum 2 ay'ı bulur diye tahmin ediyorum. Bekleyip göreceğim Smiley

Refsiz link: https://cloudminr.io
99  Local / Servisler / Ücretsiz 10 GHs Cloud Zenminer - Yatırım koşulu olmadan btc çekilebiliyor on: November 23, 2014, 07:44:47 PM
İlk olarak daha önce üye olduğunuz hesapları bırakın, sıfır hesap açın.
http://www.gawminers.com/pages/zencloud-account#zencloudsignupform
Site tanıtım turunu next - next diyerek tamamlayın.

Tur tamamlanınca Prime Hashlets kısmında boşta 10 GHs görünecek,

sağındaki "Batch Update Payouts"a tıklayın.
"Set all miners of type:"ı BTC seçin.
"To pool:" 3 seçenekten herhangi birini seçin. ben Multi'yi seçtim mesela.

Update payouts diyip kapatın.

Günlük 10-12k arası satoshi kazandırıyor, 5.5k satoshi bakım ücreti kesiyor.

Günlük 5-7k arası net satoshi bırakıyor.
Ödeme yapıp yapmayacağını merak edip 43k satoshi çekim emri vermiştim, 10k sat fee kesim 33k satoshi yolladılar. https://blockchain.info/tx/70a426650c067bb36304336457bf2b4090a5a17c80be09b453b44a1e45fa34e9

Ayda bir siteye uğrar 1$ değerindeki btc'nizi çekersiniz Grin

Gawminers'ın Cloud mining'ini de denemiş olursunuz.
100  Local / Konu Dışı / Forum İçi Ücretsiz BTC Dağıtanlar on: November 23, 2014, 03:17:34 PM
Genelde kumar sitesi sahipleri reklam amaçlı dağıtımlar yapıyorlar.  gördüğünüz ücretsiz btc dağıtımlarını burada paylaşalım Grin



Ama az evvel mandalina seven elemanın birine denk geldim, 0.02 btc yolladı sağolsun Smiley

başlık kapanana kadar devam edecekmiş dağıtmaya.

member ve daha üst rütbeli olmak gerekiyor.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=869442.0

diğer gördüğünüz ücretsiz btc dağıtımlarını burada paylaşalım Grin

edit: 5 dakika içinde gönderdi bu kişi bana, https://blockchain.info/tx/22a9a3c37793d7b0aa557338c79024cbdbed85390fa5da9c639bd7ecf0e85a33
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