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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What is happening with EOS? on: July 12, 2019, 09:52:43 PM
Guys, what is wrong with EOS?

It has lost almost 50% of its value within just a few weeks. Is there something bad going on with it that I don't know about?
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / LIBRA - Strategy for world domination on: June 27, 2019, 09:41:02 PM
Is Libra the first step for Facebook to take control of the world?

Lets think about the facts:
- Facebook has 1/3 of the world as its user base (2.4 billion users)
- Libra coin will be very easily accessible to all of facebooks users
- Libra coin will be a stable coin, price will not fluctuate providing users in 3rd world countries with a medium to store their wealth.


There are already countries (like venezuela) where a national financial crisis caused fiat money to lose all worth. In desperation people are moving their life savings to bitcoin... Considering that bitcoin is a hard resource for the average person to use, imagine how quick adoption of Libra will be. Libra will be available to use on every cheap smartphone. Developed by Facebook it is sure to be a very user friendly experience, everyone will be able to use Libra. People will use it like real money in every possible way through things like facebook messenger, online shops, international transfers, peer to peer transfers...

Facebook has penetrated our lives in almost all possible ways; relationships, news, entertainment, social gatherings, advertising... the list goes on. The only thing facebook still doesn't have control over is our money. Here comes Libra...  

The snowball is rolling, it can not be stopped.

Imagine the world in 20, maybe 50 years.

With the addition of Libra, and a very smart plan for user adoption Facebook can rise to a position of such great power, that it will be in control of the whole world.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Javascript miner as a source of traffic revenue for websites? on: September 18, 2017, 07:05:15 PM
Hey Guys,

I've come across this article: http://www.techradar.com/news/pirate-bay-sails-close-to-the-wind-by-using-visitors-cpus-to-mine-cryptocurrency

To summarise for the lazy ones, piratebay has done a 24 hour trial, where they CPU mined Monero with a javascript app executed automatically on website visitors

What do you think, could it be that such js mining apps will one day take over as the main way of monetising website traffic (opposed to adverts)

Let me know what you think!
4  Economy / Trading Discussion / OKcoin inward SWIFT payment fee? on: January 20, 2015, 05:29:02 AM
Does anyone have some experience on what the inward SWIFT payment fee is for using OKcoin?

My bank does free international money transfers (swift/wire payments) to any bank, in any country, so the only fees I am liable for are the inward fees OKcoin's bank levies.

As the website doesn't indicate what these could be, does anyone have any indication from previous deposits?
5  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] Buying AU$800 worth BTC - Western Union, Paypal, etc. on: January 16, 2015, 03:38:10 PM
Hi everyone,

Just after a quick trade in 7 hours from now - UTC 16 January 2015 at 11:00:00 PM.

Have AU$800 to trade for bitcoin at current rate. Can pay with Western Union, Paypal, bank transfer if you're Australian, etc.

Escrow is fine, will pay the 1% escrow fee if we use LBC, otherwise you need to arrange escrow via this site.
6  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] 2 btc to Citibank only on: December 24, 2014, 06:46:43 AM
I currently have fiat with Citibank Australia, which participates in the Citibank Global Transfer scheme (free and instant transfers).

I'm only looking at buying ~2btc.

I'm looking for someone with a Citibank account that is in a CGT participating country see list here. Can anyone help?
7  Economy / Digital goods / [WTB] Runescape Membership Cards on: November 09, 2014, 03:28:39 AM
Hi everyone,

I'm looking to buy a prepaid RuneScape membership card with bitcoin.

Looking for quotes, please post card value + bitcoin quote.

Thanks!
8  Economy / Lending / Rates from 4.9% | Lending 0.001 - 0.20 BTC | No Collateral | ► All users ◄ on: October 02, 2014, 01:30:49 PM
Hi everyone!

I am happy to offer Bitcoin loans to ALL members of BitcoinTalk.

Loans available:
  • Min: 0.001 btc
  • Max: 0.20 btc
  • Unsecured, no collateral required.

Process:
  • 1. Verification
  • 2. Application
  • 3. Bitcoin is sent!
  • 4. Repay in the agreed time.


Loan Term Aust Rate Worldwide Rate
1-7 days 4.9% 9.9%
8-14 days 7.9% 14.9%
15-30 days 9.9% 19.9%

Rates are calculated as simple interest for the term, e.g. an Australian borrowing 1.000 BTC would repay 1.049 BTC in 7 days.


Application Process:


1. Verification:

Requirement:
Quote
To minimise scamming and abuse, PM me your Ardeva token.
1. Sign-up to Ardeva
2. Complete your verifications.
3. Send me a private message with your token.

Discounted rate for Australians:
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To verify you are in Australia, simply transfer 1c directly to me.
1. Login to your bank's Internet Banking.
2. Transfer $0.01 to the following account:
BSB: 062-445
Account: 10854760
Name: Glenn Matthew
Reference: bitcointalk username


2. Application:

Post your request in this thread:
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Purpose:
Loan requested:
Loan term required:
Nationality:
Bitcoin address:


I welcome all questions, feedback and concerns  Cool
9  Economy / Currency exchange / Selling Bitcoin Sydney & Australia-wide | Cash | Bank Transfer | ATM Deposit on: September 30, 2014, 01:02:35 AM
Selling bitcoin to Australians with the following payment methods:

  • Cash in-person in Sydney - any major currency & instant release
  • Internet banking transfer - usually clears in 3 business hours, depending on bank
  • Smart ATM deposit at Commbank - instant release

Escrow is available upon request.

Trades are limited to $1000, contact me for current rates.
10  Economy / Lending / Offering 0.04 to 0.3 BTC Loans | No Collateral | Australia Only on: September 28, 2014, 11:45:44 AM
Overview:

I am offering short-term loans of 0.04 to 0.3 BTC to other Australians, without the requirement of collateral.

Funding:

Funding will be processed within 2 hours of verification being completed.

Repayment:

Repayments are to be made to 16KYZdRbJ85xJKUhjx88hFTW4PBba8E7Sd
Part-payments are not accepted.

Application Process:

1. Post in this thread:

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Loan amount requested:
Proposed loan length:
Purpose of the loan:
Funding option:

2. If you are a NEW borrower, you need to verify your name and address so I can confirm you're Australian.

Option 1 - quick verification (2-12hrs)
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Send me a Private Message including the following.
Your full legal name:
Your mobile phone number:
Your residential address:
Your BSB & account number:

Option 2 - mail verification (24-48hrs)
Your details will be verified against the Australian Electoral Role, which is public information.
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Send a Private Message with:
Your full name:
Your postal address:
A cheque will be posted to you in the mail.
Simply deposit the cheque to your bank account.
The funds sent by cheque are a gift and non-repayable.

Option 3 - in person (variable)
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Arrange to meet me in Sydney CBD or Parramatta CBD.
I will request your first name and mobile number.
No other personal information will be requested or retained.

Loan Options:

Loans are available between 1 and 30 days.

5% of the principle amount + 24%p.a. interest, calculated daily.

e.g. 0.04 BTC loan over 7 days requires a repayment of 0.0422 BTC (principle & interest).

My details:

Exempt from an Australian credit licence under RG:203 s6(1).
All credit is provided by myself, a natural person, in New South Wales, Australia.

Acting as a legally registered business in NSW, Australia: ABN 76 746 836 598


Do you really need a loan today?

It can be expensive to borrow small amounts of money and borrowing may not solve your money problems. Check your options before you borrow:


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For information about other options for managing bills and debts, ring 1800 007 007 from anywhere in Australia to talk to a free and Independent financial counsellor
Talk to your electricity, gas, phone or water provider to see if you can work out a payment plan
If you are on government benefits, ask if you can receive an advance from Centrelink: Phone: 13 17 94
The Government's MoneySmart website shows you how small amount loans work and suggests other options that may help you.

This statement is an Australian Government requirement under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009.
11  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS] $50 Visa card for BTC - disposable & anonymous on: September 28, 2014, 06:43:48 AM
I'm looking to sell a AUD $50 VPAY disposable/anonymous Visa card, currently equiv. to USD 43.86.

12 month expiry from activation. Card is not reloadable and is in Australian dollars, however can be used globally.

1. Activate your Visa card at www.vpay.com.au
2. A Visa card number, expiry date and security code is instantly issued.

I am happy to go first for trusted members, otherwise escrow is required.
12  Economy / Lending / Requesting 0.035btc loan with 44k Doge collateral on: September 27, 2014, 05:57:16 PM
Hi all,

Loan Amount: 0.035btc
Reason for Taking out a Loan: Delay in fiat to BTC exchange.
Amount to be repaid: 20% - 0.042btc
Repayment Date: Wed 1 Oct 2014
Type of Collateral: 44,000 Dogecoin
Bitcoin Address: 1DLLm3gg1fxbViXh2KHw4Ca7fwwp1kD3P2

Let me know if anyone is interested.

I'd prefer to deal with a respected member to avoid requiring escrow, will send Dogecoin first.
13  Economy / Goods / [WTS] Australian SIM card - receive free SMS worldwide (free worldwide shipping) on: September 27, 2014, 06:50:56 AM
Looking to sell:

1. Fully activated SIM card, works in USA, Europe, Russia, South Africa, Brazil, etc.
2. Receive SMS for FREE in any country.
3. Six month expiry date.
4. Free shipping worldwide.


Legitimate and unique mobile/cell number on the Telstra network in Australia, genuine prepaid SIM card purchase instore, already activated.

Price: 0.01btc with free worldwide shipping included.

NB: your phone must be compatible with a either a 850/900/2100MHz band frequency.
14  Economy / Goods / Food Delivered for Bitcoin (Australia only) on: September 26, 2014, 05:20:54 AM
Just looking at new ways to help people spend Bitcoin, so here's my offer:

1. Decide what you want to order at Dominos, Eatnow or Menulog.
2. Place your order here.
3. I order and pay on your behalf.
4. Food is delivered to your home, yay!

Got an express order or any queries? Call 02 9028 7055 between 5pm-9pm.

Current Promotion:
2 large pizzas
Garlic Bread
Coke
Delivered
from Dominos for 0.0576 btc.



Successful orders:

Order #1: bitkilo | Oct 2014 | 0.0172 btc PAID
Order #2: bitkilo | 26 Nov 2014 | 0.0268 btc PAID
15  Economy / Services / [WTS] 0.01btc for VoIP/SIP account with 500mins to US, UK & Chinese numbers on: September 25, 2014, 10:20:09 AM
I have an unused SIP/VoIP account with my old ISP with $5 credit left.
NB: the SIP servers are based in Sydney, so beware potential latency if you're across the Pacific.

It can include a Sydney-based phone number if required for incoming calls for an extra 0.01btc per year.

The call rates are as follows and will be debited from the prepaid account balance, no flagfall/connection fees:
1.9c/min to USA, UK landlines, China, Canada (no connection fee).
10c flat untimed to Australian landlines.
15c/min to Australian mobiles.
(All rates AUD.)

Existing credit will last until May 2015.

Selling for 0.01btc. The account is prepaid, if you want more credit in the future I will be happy to arrange.
16  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [WTB] HBO Go account login for 0.02 btc per month on: September 25, 2014, 08:27:59 AM
I'm based in Australia and looking to access HBO GO. Unfortunately it's only available on cable subscription services, unlike Netflix etc it can't be purchased without.

I'm offering 0.02 btc per month for HBO Go access.

Any takers?
17  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] iTunes $100 AU Voucher: $80 equiv bitcoin on: March 06, 2014, 12:35:37 AM
I have a $100 iTunes (Australian store) gift voucher, purchased from an Apple Store, as an unwanted gift.

Looking to sell the voucher for $80 equiv. bitcoin.

Happy to use escrow with a trusted member.
18  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] iTunes $100 AU Voucher: 0.1246btc ono on: March 01, 2014, 10:20:33 AM
Brand New $100 Gift Voucher for Apple iTunes Store in Australia!

Also works in the Mac App Store.

Can either do instant delivery on payment, or happy to post the voucher anywhere in Australia, for free Smiley

Looking for 0.1246 BTC ono.
19  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] BTC for AUD Paypal funds on: January 26, 2014, 11:01:37 AM
I'm wanting to buy 0.1btc.

I would normally use Coinjar, however the long weekend means it's going to be a couple of days before I can get money into my NAB account.

I have a verified Paypal account, looking to buy in AUD, preferably not USD/GBP due to cross-border/exchange fees.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [GIVEAWAY CLOSED] to celebrate Australia Day - 50 Doge per person! on: January 26, 2014, 05:24:16 AM
Just a nice way to celebrate Australia D ay !



Post your DogeCoin address on my Google+ post for 10 DogeCoins.
Publicly reshare my Google+ post for a bonus 5 DogeCoins!


You will need a Google+ account:
https://plus.google.com/+GlennMatthewHill/posts/AsvUuv6eEuE

Giveaway ends at midnight (end of Australia Day), 26 January 2014, Sydney time.

Edit:
Receive a bonus 5 DogeCoin by publicly resharing my post! I will automatically track this with Google+ Ripples, no need to comment again Smiley

Interesting comments get bonus Doge. Disparaging comments get less Doge.

Make sure you say something in addition to your DogeCoin address, as Google+ is marking comments with ONLY a Dogecoin address as spam Smiley

20 Dogecoin to post your address here! You can post on Google+ AND post your address here to receive a maximum 50 Dogecoin!


Update: giveaway has now ended, as the clock has ticked over midnight in Australia, finishing Australia Day 2014!
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