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1  Economy / Trading Discussion / BTC-E Scam on: June 29, 2013, 01:40:06 PM
The other day I bought 150 LTC on btc-e to make a purchase... It says clearly on their site that they have instant deposit/withdrawl for all coins.
I try to pull my LTC out and it says I must wait 3 days.
I emailed the admin... No reply for the last 2 days.
I finally got mad and asked where the admin of the scamsite was in the trollbox, and why they are withholding my funds and where the admin is... And I just got banned.
So no reply from support, and banned when I ask about the admins whereabouts.
To me this is an absolutely horrible way to handle a business..
Do not use this scamsite.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [WTS] 10280 PWC on: May 15, 2013, 11:18:01 PM
Like the subject says, 10280 PWC for sale, post your offers.
3  Bitcoin / Pools / [9 Ghash/sec], 3.5BTC to finder of our first block!Custom Interface on: August 05, 2011, 01:52:01 AM
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4  Economy / Currency exchange / Need 25$ for Server payment... 2 BTC on: July 13, 2011, 03:01:47 AM
I need 60$ PP for a server payment... I kind of need it now, if I have to wait till the morning I will just go buy a prepaid credit card instead.
5  Bitcoin / Mining / New miners (Null Monitor)? on: July 07, 2011, 02:31:41 PM
I just picked up four 6970s... They don't seem to want to mine unless there is a monitor plugged into them.

Is there a way around this issue with these cards? My nvidias had no problems mining without a monitor plugged in.

6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Price of bitcoin to hit 50$/coin on: July 04, 2011, 04:24:18 PM
The price of bitcoin goes through the roof....

I don't understand why everyone is selling off their bitcoins cheap... Ive got some inside information that will change things in the bitcoin community

The price of bitcoins is going to go through the roof... I could easily see them at 50$/coin soon... I think we are very close to some big companies accepting bitcoins as payment.

That would help things greatly.

I think we are getting some bad publicity right now and it is not a coincidence.... That is the only thing causing some people to second guess the value of the bitcoin.
Falsified information.
7  Other / Beginners & Help / The price of the bitcoin on: July 01, 2011, 05:15:55 AM
Since I have started mining a few weeks ago, I have noticed the prices are pretty rocky, although reasonable... they were higher before.
Every time the difficulty increases, we mine a smaller amount of coins, for the same electricity costs.
It is taking a heavier and heavier hardware and electricity investments to mine a steady flow of coins.
I think we should all think about just how valuable our coins are and stop selling them for 15$ and prices like that.
Really, I think we shouldn't be selling any BTC for anything less then 20-25$.. and the price of the BTC should go up when it gets more expensive for us to mine.
I think Bitcoins can do very well, but they need to keep climbing in value in order to scale to a large enough economy size.

There is nothing wrong with the amount of Bitcoins that will be created, for once we have a clear understanding of how much of a certain currency their is.
I could imagine bitcoins being worth 10 million dollars each one day, but since you can break a bitcoin in to ten million peices... maybe a .00000001 of a bitcoin could buy us a pop one day.  Smiley

I think that it basically comes down to how we value the currency amongst ourselves... If you take the dollar, we have what? trilions and trillions of those?
When you look at it that way, it makes sense to value a bitcoin at more like 1000, or 10000$

Lets help it get there! Cheesy
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