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1  Economy / Digital goods / [FOR SALE] Bitcoin related domains, BITCOINSFORDOLLARS . COM etc.. on: October 22, 2013, 11:42:52 AM
Bitcoin exchange / exchange rate related domains, auction on eBay.


And many more, check it out!
2  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] 1x Avalon (Batch #2, 84+ GH clocked) on: July 05, 2013, 10:55:45 PM
Update 2013-07-16:

Ok, here we go again.

I once more have an Avalon for sale. Same specs as the former auction below.
Just to make things easier, when bidding, state if you or I should pay the shipping and escrow fee, so I can compare the bids.

The winning bid was 150 for the last one, but a couple of higher (160) bids also came in after the deal was closed, so let's see what these are worth now just a few days later.

Keep in mind that people are working on these all the time, firmware, settings etc. There are water blocks coming, how high can they go with watercooling, 450 mhz / 100 GH?
Oh, and the (northern hemisphere) summer will turn into autumn soon enough, imagine the cozyness of having an Avalon warming your feet instead of slippers Cheesy

Also, I'm looking to get rid of this ASAP, preferably sending it out before the weekend.

I noticed people are adding pictures, I've been thinking that everyone know what an Avalon looks like, but do you know how an Avalon pile looks?
My balcony:

Bid list:
[private] - July 16 - 130 BTC - sold & shipped
[private] - July 16 - 125 BTC

Ok, so I have received my 6 units of batch #2 Avalons, sold 5 and the last one is hashing away at ~82-83 GH (stable for 2 weeks now).

It is currently making about 2.16 BTC/day (based on real pool payout after fees, for the last 10 days).

I am however looking to sell it, hand-in-hand in Stockholm or escrowed and sent by DHL express ASAP after the deal. 1 unit is making as much noise as 6 Sad

I have a couple of bids already, but of course I want to sell as high as possible. Cool

Bids in BTC, public in thread, PM or Skype is fine.
Payment by BTC or cash in hand (or possibly some other solution if you're swedish).

Bid list:
WEB slicer - July 8 - 160 BTC - bid received after closed deal
WEB slicer - July 8 - 157 BTC - bid received after closed deal
[private] - July 7 - 150 BTC, winning bid
[private] - July 7 - 145 BTC
[private] - July 6 - 142 BTC
[private] - July 6 - 141 BTC
[private] - July 4 - 140 BTC
[private] - July 6 - 130 BTC
[private] - July 6 - 110 BTC
WEB slicer - July 7 - 100 BTC
Eb0la - July 6 - 35 BTC
Tad3j - July 6 - paying with personal advice (estimated BTC value: 0 BTC)

I'm adding bids to the list above as soon as I get them.
I will choose a buyer tonight (Swedish time, GMT+2) based on highest price after my costs (unless stated in the bid offer, I'm assuming I'm paying shipping and buyer paying the escrow fee).

I have agreed on a deal, thanks for shown interest.
3  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 1x-3x Avalon Batch #2 Preorders on: April 09, 2013, 11:08:09 PM
Update: New batch #2 orders for sale!

I'm bumping this thread because I am now considering selling one or a few of my own Avalon orders. (I was selling the last one for my friend).
I will contact those of you who have bid before and to check if your bids still stand. New bidders are welcome too of course. =)

The orders I'm selling now are still batch #2, but not included in the first 20 ones which according to word on the forums have now received tracking numbers.

Orders will be escrowed, but the buyer takes the risk of Avalon not delivering at all.

New bids:
2013-05-16 - 150 BTC - PM bid
2013-05-17 - 130 BTC - mgio
2013-05-17 - 160 BTC - Skype
2013-05-17 - 120 BTC - PM

(old) Bids:
2013-04-10 - 90 BTC - 1 bid (PM)
2013-04-10 - 100 BTC - 2 bids (PM, HUSTLER)
2013-04-10 - 115 BTC - 1 bid (PM)
2013-04-10 - 120 BTC - 1 bid (PM)
2013-04-10 - 125 BTC - 1 bid (PM)
2013-04-10 - 126 BTC - 1 bid (PM)
2013-04-11 - 127 BTC - 1 bid (PM)
2013-04-12 - 150 BTC - 1 bid (Sothh)
2013-04-12 - 155 BTC - 1 bid (PM)
2013-04-19 - 156 BTC - 1 bid (PM)
2013-04-20 - 175 BTC - 1 bid (PM)
2013-04-18 - 200 BTC - 1 bid (PM)
2013-04-19 - 205 BTC - 1 bid (PM)

(I removed the old offer)
4  Other / Meta / PHPSESSID showing in URL field on: June 08, 2012, 07:42:36 PM
Using firefox:
go to PM inbox (tab1)
open new tab with bitcointalk (tab2)
logout in tab 2
go to tab 1, refresh page
you'll see warning+password prompt in tab 1
login again in tab 2
go back to tab 1, clock "home" link
watch url field, it will include PHPSESSID=aabbccddee112233445566778899

Feels like a potential security risk to me, might be hard to exploit but anyway...

Also, can anyone reproduce this, I've only tried on one computer, otherwise it might not be a problem.
5  Other / Off-topic / Ringworld by Larry Niven on: August 01, 2011, 09:19:29 PM
I just got my Amazon Kindle DX I bought for Bitcoins today! (Got it through - great site).

So, now I'm deciding which book to start with. I read Niven's Ringworld last year, so I was thinking I'd go with the next in the series (The Ringworld Engineers), but when I looked it up at Wikipedia I noticed that there is more than 10 earlier books taking place in Known Space.

Did anyone here read them all or even a few? Basically I'm asking if reading the entire Known Space series first will add anything significant to the story of the Ringworld series.
I'm hoping you'll tell me to just go ahead and read the Ringworld Engineers, but on the other hand I don't want to miss out on something either...

My second choice is something else entirely - Santa Olivia by Jacqueline Carey (since I liked the Kushiel series a lot).
6  Other / Meta / POLL: The Forum is getting cluttered, do we need rules? on: June 05, 2011, 09:48:34 PM
In my opinion, this forum are getting increasingly hard to read, mostly due to bad "netiquette".

Do we need some kind of forum rules? Use this thread to discuss the pros and cons of rules and if you are in favor of them, what rules we should have?

Suggestions (in order of my view of importance):
  • The topic should reflect the content of the thread.
  • Further discussion about existing topics should be posted in the existing thread(s).
  • For off-topic discussion, a new thread should be created. (Occasional off-topic posts might be ok).

Of course, we also have to discuss the penalties for breaking the rules; suggestions are:
  • Timed ban from starting threads.
  • Timed ban from posting.
  • Account removal (for obvious troll/spam accounts, although it might never be needed, timed bans should suffice).

So, do you agree? Who likes five new "BITCOIN CRASH, SELL NOW !!1!1"-threads a day?
7  Other / Off-topic / Chat with Julian Assange starting now. on: February 24, 2011, 09:44:07 PM
A Swedish newspaper has arranged a chat session with Julian Assange starting 22:45 Swedish time (GMT+1), ie. now.

Might get interesting.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Poll - Why are you generating BitCoins? on: January 27, 2010, 01:55:07 PM
Are you generating bitcoins, and if so then why do you see it as profitable?

(Unfortunately it's not possible to create multiple choice polls. Choose your top reason.)
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Bitcoin crash when sending coins on: January 25, 2010, 11:07:16 PM
Lately when I've been trying to send coins, the following popups twice, then the application terminates.

EXCEPTION: St13runtime_error
SendMoney() : wtxNew.AcceptTransaction() failed

c:\Documents and Settings\username\bitcoin-0.2.0\bitcoin.exe in

When i restart bitcoin.exe, the transaction is showing as 0/unconfirmed. The status do not change even when the total block count increases.

I'm running two instances of bitcoin in my home LAN, one at my desktop computer, and one in a virtual machine on my laptop, with the switch -connect= (ip of desktop computer).

This occurs when I send to my own bitcoin address, to my other computers bitcoin address and to an other bitcoin address not currently active anywhere. I'm not sending by ip.

I've been moving wallets and index-files back and forth, could this have something to do with this?
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