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1  Economy / Scam Accusations / User rztwenty.com - trying to sell a free bot! on: October 02, 2014, 08:50:16 PM
User rztwenty.com is trying to sell this Steam Marketplace Bot for 20 Euro...
His thread.
I don't like it when people try to sell something that is 100% free.

2  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] SE (Social Engineering) tutorials! [HOT] on: September 09, 2014, 10:19:06 AM
Hello Bitcointalk,
I am here to sell some private Social Engineering tutorials!

Available tutorials:

✓Njoy -> .02BTC
✓FitBit -> .033BTC
✓Audiofly -> .04BTC
✓Coca -> .01BTC
✓Kindle -> .05BTC


They are fairly easy to follow and even your grandmother can SE the stuff listed above.
I am happy to use an Escrow and a one time vouch copy is available to any Staff member that wants to leave a review!

ToS(Terms of Service)

You will not resell the tutorials;
You will not share the tutorials with anyone;
When buying any of the listed tutorials, you agree to the ToS.
3  Bitcoin / Press / [2014-08-14] Could Avalancha Become Argentina’s Overstock? on: August 14, 2014, 03:40:26 PM
Argentina has long been looked to by bitcoin enthusiasts as a fertile area for consumer adoption due to the unstable nature of the country’s native currency, the Argentine peso.

Still, while a growing number of Argentines are using bitcoin as an alternative store of value in a time of economic turbulence, the country has yet to see many merchants capitalize on digital currency’s rising popularity in the region.

BitPagos, the country’s leading bitcoin merchant processor, for example, reports it has enrolled just 600 merchants to date. By comparison, major US processors such as BitPay and Coinbase have each signed up more than 30,000 small and large businesses.

However, the narrative surrounding merchant bitcoin adoption in Latin America may be primed for change. One of the larger merchants now serving local bitcoin users is Avalancha, the newly launched online electronics and home goods store that on 7th August announced a partnership with local bitcoin payment processor BitPagos and Latin America-focused bitcoin exchange Bitex.la.

Speaking to CoinDesk, BitPagos CEO Sebastian Serrano indicated that he is optimistic that Avalancha will become the major merchant that inspires other online retailers to begin seriously considering both bitcoin and his company’s service.

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“I think it’s going to be a catalyst that is going to help us increase adoption even more. It has been covered in major newspapers and it’s going to be similar to Overstock in the effect internally for the online companies.”

Argentina’s Overstock moment

The comparison to Overstock, considered by many to be the first major retailer to enter the bitcoin ecosystem in January of this year, is a lofty one. Not only has the US-based company accepted bitcoin, but it has also become a visible leader in the space, exploring the ecosystem’s more experimental technologies and appearing at major bitcoin conferences.

Still, the comparison could hold merit due to the fact that overall bitcoin awareness in Argentina is low among merchants. Miguel Klurfan, CEO of Avalancha, told CoinDesk:
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“I think the average merchant is not fully aware of bitcoin. They probably heard about bitcoin but they certainly don’t have a clue of how it works and the benefits it might have for their business.”

Despite its relative newcomer status – Avalancha launched in May – Serrano believes the retailer has the right connections to become a major player in Argentina’s e-commerce market.

Avalancha is notably funded by Newsan Group, a leading manufacturer in Argentina, a significant connection that Serrano believes isn’t to be understated.
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“Argentina has very high restrictions for importing, so it’s very difficult to import anything. One way to import [products] is to assemble that product in the country. Newsan assembles Samsung products, laundry machines and more.”
4  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [Closed] Cheap HULU+ and Netflix accounts on: August 14, 2014, 08:51:24 AM
I am selling HULU+ and Netflix premium accounts.
I will be first on every deal, so you receive the account and then make the payment. We can always use Escrow if you want.
You get 1 Month warranty.
All accounts are premium!

Prices for a HULU+ or a Netflix account is BTC0.002
Please leave a message here or simply PM me.
5  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [CLOSED-SOLD] 6 Digit Steam Account - Really Cheap on: August 12, 2014, 02:30:53 PM
Hello,
I'm selling a 6 Digit Steam account (registered in September 2003)

STEAM_0:0:1155XX

Library: https://i.imgur.com/MAU5JmR.png
Steamcommunity page isn't set up, so you can do that yourself (this is a perk cus you wont have a shit ton of aliases on your page) https://i.imgur.com/Z78bcot.png

VAC Status: https://i.imgur.com/IuOEAyx.png

Price: 0.03BTC
New price: 0.00538706 BTC, it's urgent!

I will go first when trading with trusted members, and we can always use a middleman(escrow)

Please PM me or just leave a message in this thread.
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