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121  Economy / Service Discussion / The pirate and the SEC - Alleged e-mails. on: September 24, 2012, 03:41:27 PM
Holy crap:

122  Economy / Services / Selling 1,000,000 - 10,000,000 shares on: September 17, 2012, 08:15:10 PM
Just curious if anyone is interested in purchasing shares, but does not want the hassle of going through GPUmax and their notorious delays. 

I can deliver large swaths of mining power, either in a short burst or over a prolonged period. 

Pricing is 20 BTC per 1,000,000 shares. 
123  Economy / Lending / The pirate speaks on: September 17, 2012, 05:20:38 PM

124  Bitcoin / Mining support / Data limits becoming an issue......any thoughts? on: September 13, 2012, 02:01:17 PM
Hey all,

One of my three locations is using Verizon broadband for internet access, and it works great.  Unfortunately, I am now consistently going over the 10 GB data limit 2/3's through the billing cycle and am charged 10 bucks per GB overage. 

The facility hosts approximately 16-17 GH/s.

Is it normal to burn through 10 GB in data in only 20 days with this type of hashing power?  Is there any way to reduce the data usage?  Or am I just F-ed?

125  Economy / Lending / Are you sick of getting scammed?! Then come on in...... on: September 10, 2012, 07:55:41 PM
I think now that nearly every single HYIP scheme has blown up, thus bringing a sense of reality back into the BTC world, a legitimate lending opportunity at sane rates has a place.  

I am offering 10% APR on loans, with the following terms:

-Maximum 500 BTC per lender
-Minimum 90 day commitment from date of first funds transfer
-After 90 days, funds can be called at month end with 5 days notice.  If funds are absolutely needed before a month end, they will be returned but without the partial months accrued interest. 
-Funds can be returned by borrower with accrued interest at any time, for any reason without penalty
-Exchange rate collar of +-30% to protect both lender and borrower from extreme price movements.  Starting point of the collar will be the spot price at time of each funds transfer

Now, I will attempt to preempt the inevitable questions:

Q.  Why on Earth would I lend to you when I can get <insert insane weekly APR here> with Pirate, Hashking, PPT, Bitcoinmax , etc?
A.  Two reasons.  First, those rates are bullshit as we are all finding out.  Second, you will actually get your money back.  

Q.  What will you be using the borrowed BTC for?
A.  I have legitimate real-world business opportunities that offer me 20-25% annual returns.  They are limited in scale, but I am glad to make the 10-15% spread for my trouble and avoid the anal exam that comes along with bank loans.  

Q.  What is to keep you from running away with all of my BTC?
A.  I have a strong desire to see BTC succeed as a parallel economy.  In order for that to happen, responsible lending/borrowing must occur and I see myself as part of that evolution.  I have a LOOONG track record of doing multi-thousand dollar deals with ample opportunity to scam people.  Never once has doing so ever entered my mind.  My word is my bond and I will never break it.  

Q.  This is great, but how will the details work?
A.  I want this to be as transparent as possible.  If lenders allow me, I will list them on a publicly accessible spreadsheet.  This will list a history of loans made, as well as repayments.  Interest will be calculated on a %/12 basis and shown as well.  Those lenders that wish to remain anonymous will not be listed.  

I am in this for the long haul.  The sooner we dispense with insane, clearly fraudulent rates of return, the better off the entire community will be.  

10% that you actually get is infinitely more than 3,300% that is imaginary.  

126  Economy / Securities / Contract for difference - I take long position on: September 07, 2012, 05:31:11 PM
I would like to engage in a contract for difference with a reputable member of the forum for 5,000 BTC. 

I will take the long position on the contract, for a duration of 2 years. 

The terms are negotiable in regards to a cap and floor, settlement, and collateral posting. 

Serious parties please respond with questions or offers. 
127  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 4X 5970 - perfect condition. on: September 06, 2012, 12:25:00 AM
these cards are under 1 year old, and I aquired them brand new as OEM. 

I have an offer pending for these cards at $300 each.  Unfortunately, he can only use paypal, which we all despise.  He knew PP was a real barrier upfront, but is all he can swing. 

I offer them here at the same price, but in BTC.....shipping is an additional 1 BTC per card. 

Let's do this quick! 
128  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] BFL single & 5970 on: August 30, 2012, 04:07:53 AM
Hey all,

I have a BFL single available.  It seems to have a problem hashing on both FPGA's 100% of the time.  One works perfectly, but the other cycles on and off.  I have heard this can be repaired by re-setting the heatsink, but I am not brave enough to try it.  It averages 600 MH/s.

The 5970 I want to sell boots fine to windows, but does not seem to like mining.  I am selling it with ZERO garauntee that it can be used to mine.  I give my word it will boot into windows or another OS, and that is it. 

I would like 80 BTC for the single and 15 BTC for the 5970. 
129  Economy / Securities / [GLBSE] TERA-HASH - 50 MH/s perpetual bond on: August 28, 2012, 09:06:05 PM
IPO coming September 15th. 

Details will be announced September 1st.

Wanted to get a URL from the forum for the listing details. 
130  Economy / Lending / Requesting 2,000 BTC line of credit on: August 22, 2012, 09:46:31 PM
Willing to pay 10% annual interest on the drawn down portion.  Term of 1 year, with draws to be available within 24 hours of request. 

Can collateralize the LOC against certain real property if desired by lender. 

The line of credit would be used for working capital, as well as arbitrage.
131  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] - 10-20 GH/s mining solution on: August 20, 2012, 02:52:17 PM
Hey all......

Interested in buying mining operations, looking for 10-20 GH/s total.  Prefer heavy on BFL singles, or even a mini-rig (we can hope). 

However, also interested in 7970 based solutions as well as 5970. 

Respond on the thread with what you are willing to sell....
132  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 5970, 6870X2 SOLD on: August 16, 2012, 04:47:05 PM
These cards are in great shape.....I simply have no more room.  

the 6870X2's are the king of MH/$......they will do well over 600 MH/s with the right tweaks.  

I would like to get 25 BTC for the 5970 and 20 BTC for each of the 6870X2's.  

133  Economy / Currency exchange / Buying BTC for cash....$ in your hand next day. on: August 08, 2012, 03:18:02 PM
Hey all,

I am interested in purchasing BTC outside of the normal channels.  My offer is pretty straightforward:

I will buy your BTC for 90% of the most recent trade on MTgox when we agree to the trade, and send dollars overnight to the address of your choice using FedEx.  

Example trade:

-Seller wishes to trade 100 BTC for dollars
-last trade at MTgox was $10.60 at the time of the agreement
-Seller sends BTC to my wallet
-Seller recieves $954.00 in CASH the next day via FedEx

To head off the inevitable criticism some will level, a coupe things:

1)  I realize I am buying at a discount.  I don't think it is an agregious amount given the convenience I am offering.  Everyone knows what a nightmare it is to get your money out of MTgox, and don't even get me started on using Paypal for BTC sales.  I am offering cold hard cash in 24 hours, no frills.  

2)  I realise taking this offer requires trust on the sellers part.  I am a well known member of the forums, have completed dozens of deals on nothing more than my word, and always follow through.  There are many members that will gladly verify that.  I have no desire to squander that reputation to screw someone out of a couple hundred bucks.  Just isn't my thing.  

So there it is!  If interested, just reply to this post or send me a PM.  
134  Economy / Computer hardware / WTB - BFL single power supply on: July 18, 2012, 05:35:21 AM
I would like to buy one of these shitty ass power bricks off of someone using a PSU set-up.

Looking for this ASAP, so please help a brotha out. 
135  Bitcoin / Mining support / 1 BTC reward for help with BAMT settings (FIXED) on: July 11, 2012, 04:44:31 PM
Hi all,

I am having some trouble getting the most out of my 5970's in BAMT.  I cannot seem to get the right OC settings to load from the config file.  

I offer a 1 BTC reward for the first person to post an example that successfully gets my cards to 350 MH/s per core.  

I am shooting for 800/300.

136  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTT or WTS] GPU's for BFL singles, or straight sale on: July 06, 2012, 04:55:04 PM
I have:

3x 5970's
4x 7970's
2x 6870x2
3x 5870

that I am willing to trade for BFL singles, or simply sell.  All of the cards are in fantastic over-volting or extreme usage.    

If anyone is interested, just post your proposed trade (and feel free to use BTC as part of any deal).  

Make me an offer!

137  Other / Off-topic / Are all of the BFL power bricks complete shit? on: July 06, 2012, 03:14:12 AM
just wondering if anyone else is wondering this......
138  Bitcoin / Mining support / script problems with BFL singles on: June 15, 2012, 10:16:02 PM
Can someone tell me why this script fails to launch CGminer:

C:\Users\Hanz Solo\Desktop\cgminer-2.4.1-win32\cgminer.exe -S COM4 -S COM5

When I run that batch file, the window pops up briefly, then disappears.  I can launch CGminer by double tapping the .exe, but that script wont do it.

Any help is appreciated! 
139  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 4x 5970's NEW PRICE on: June 13, 2012, 08:53:40 PM
All reference design, work perfectly, never run higher than 775 Mhz.  I have been acquiring dozens of BFL singles, and am slowly moving away from GPU's.  

Prefer to sell together to simplify my life.  

I am looking for 220 BTC, which includes 2-3 day shipping.  

Also entertaining offers on 2x 7970's.....3 months old. 

140  Bitcoin / Mining / How much of a temperature gradient is required? on: June 13, 2012, 04:00:34 PM
Hey all,

For you experienced farm operators, I have a pretty simple question:

How low do you keep the ambient temperature in order to feel comfortable that your farm will run smoothly?  I suppose it is OK to allow the ambient to be 90-100 degrees even, as that is still considerably less than a GPU running at 80 Celcius (about 175 F).  I don't think this is ideal, as the fans would have to be screaming, but theoretically it would still cool the GPU.

Can you guys add some thoughts on this?  What is optimal in your mind in terms of striking a balance between efficient cooling, and just throwing money away on excess AC?

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