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1  Economy / Marketplace / 10" Lemote Yeeloong laptop on: February 08, 2011, 12:11:10 PM
I've got a white Yeeloong 8101, a beautiful and completely (FSF-)Free 10.1"+ laptop with MIPS ISA and the best keyboard layout I've ever seen. It's plainly superb, but it has a couple drawbacks I should mention:
**SUSPEND support* - that's a critical one, I'd research for work-arounds through
Tiny battery - not too much autonomous work for this power footprint (the thing is 3-cell through and that's because of superb weight the laptop has to maintain)
Lack of storage medium (I've thrown away the Seagate HD is came with, may get something in place through)
Broken display (not visible, but I broke it with a blow. It'd cost less than 250 BTC to repair it through I figure)
And the main thing, why I'm into selling it at all: it has moving parts (a fan) and I don't want my laptop to.
I'm fine with it because it has a D-sub and is completely usable as a terminal, but let's try setting up a little Dutch here: 500 is the starting price and you pay for the shipment from Russia (I paid more than 500 USD for this, and also I shipped directly from Lemote, and that was another hundred or so, insurance included. It was a huge delay, too, keep that in mind). You can order a brand new one at http://freedomincluded.com/product/lemote-yeeloong for 550 USD, so 500 BTC for a Dutch would be fair I guess.
(Don't bother with lowering the price below 250 + shipping point through, I'd rather keep it)
2  Local / Разное / Аукционы на Biddingpond - компьютер на Athlon 64, Radeon 4850 за BTC (Москва) on: January 16, 2011, 10:43:09 AM
http://www.biddingpond.com/item.php?id=238
http://www.biddingpond.com/item.php?id=239
Последнюю обменяю на видеокарту с пассивным охлаждением (можно AGP)
3  Economy / Marketplace / Servers and hosting for BTC on: January 10, 2011, 09:40:12 AM
Various data-centres in America, UK, Europe, Russia,
No set-up fees.
A free domain and a discount if you pay for 12 months of hosting.
Specify a configuration you want and I'll quote the price.
Clearcoin "insurance" is encouraged.
4  Other / Obsolete (selling) / Domain registration for BTC on: January 09, 2011, 11:10:10 PM
I offer to register domain names in GTLD (.net, .org, .com, .info, .name and so on) for an initial fee of 55 BTC, then 50 BTC per year. As a bonus you may register domains anonymously (I suggest that you'd provide your personal data to the registrar  through, this way you get domains registered to your name, while Whois look-up might be disabled at will). You may either pay directly or through Clearcoin - whatever you prefer.
I have to state in advance that I won't do bulk registrations - no squatters allowed in here Smiley
I may register CCTLD domains too - post your requests in this thread.
5  Local / Разное / Регистрация доменных имён за bitcoin on: January 08, 2011, 05:07:39 PM
Могу предложить регистрацию доменных имён в GTLD (.net, .org, .com и.т.д.) за 550 (продление - 500) рублей и .ru/.рф за 300 и 150 рублей за регистрацию и продление соответственно. Это значительно дешевле, чем регистрация через RU-Center, кроме того, это удобно - вы можете как указывать свои паспортные данные, так и оставаться полностью анонимным. В первом случае домен регистрируется на ваше имя, при этом возможно отключение отображения паспортных данных через Whois, но предоставить их регистратору всё равно необходимо. (Я лично рекомендую регистрировать домен на ваше имя, т. к. регистратор личными данными не торгует :-) но в сообществе Bitcoin многие ценят анонимность - решайте сами).
Платежи можно осуществлять как напрямую, так и через Clearcoin - выбор также за вами.

За отдельную плату  возможна также регистрация доменов в экзотических зонах, пожелания оставляйте в этой ветке.
6  Bitcoin / Mining / Hardware-assisted cryptography on: January 08, 2011, 04:28:53 PM
There are numerous hardware cryptography acceleration devices on the market, does someone use these for minting coins?

Indeed, the most readily available option is a GPGPU-capable card, and these are widely used in the miners community. Then, there are processor extensions such as VIA Padlock, but what about specialised devices?

A knowledgeable person may even build one with FPGA, let's see if we can get something going.
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