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1  Economy / Currency exchange / My Paypal / visa cards for your BTC on: May 31, 2019, 10:38:14 AM
I need to buy some BTC through Paypal, I already did multiple deals with different users before and you can check my trust.

I only need around 40$ worth of btc.

I also have a few visa giftcards that you can spend anywhere (they're visa cards..) if anyone's interested.
2  Economy / Currency exchange / 100 bucks neteller vs 1:1 btc on: February 18, 2019, 06:24:17 AM
I have around 115$ on neteller, looking to buy btc.

All transfer fees on my side, preferably want a single trade, I want to empty my neteller account for now.

Thank you.
3  Economy / Currency exchange / Have Neteller Need BTC on: February 11, 2019, 03:34:02 PM
I would like to buy btc using Neteller funds.

PM me your rates. Preferably looking for 1:1.
4  Economy / Gambling discussion / CS:GO IEM Katowice Predictions? on: February 07, 2019, 01:15:38 PM
Major Counter-Strike event happening in the course of the next 2 months, I don't know how many people here are interested in e-sports, but for me it's always been a much more satisfying watch than plain old football. There's just so much more potential for unexpected events to happen that every round keeps me on the edge, I never miss a major.

So! The initial seeds for challengers stage are out, and the round 1 games are scheduled for next week. Which team do you think is going to pull off the 3-0 & the remaining 7 teams to make it out of elims? I want to pick NiP for the 3-0 win but they're too inconsistent even if their first game looks easy. Ence is a popular pick but it's just a meme at this point. Would love to hear thoughts from other e-sport fans on the forums.
5  Economy / Service Discussion / Miningrigrentals price competitive? on: January 24, 2019, 06:58:24 PM
I've been experimenting a little with miningrigrentals, but I'm not sure where their prices stand from the community's point of view. Is the price per TH of sha256 good? Am I better off getting it from somewhere else?

Also related, I'd also be interesting in renting an small amount of hashrate (anything between 3 - 10 TH/s). So if anyone would be willing to lend me some TH for a few weeks send me a PM!
6  Bitcoin / Project Development / Crowd bitcoin mixing? on: January 22, 2019, 09:48:39 PM
I made a thread a while ago about investing in gambling site bankrolls : https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5068178.0

Someone bumped it just recently, and because of my new signature two cables just connected in my head and a light bulb lit up.

Has anyone tried a service to mix bitcoins using crowd funds?

Just like you would invest into a gambling website, you'd invest into the bitcoin mixer balance.
The mixer gets profit off of fees from people intending to hide their coins, and part of that fee goes to the balance of all the investors.
This not only will create a complete fuckfest of txes from multiple people & addresses, which will help make mixing the coins a lot more efficient, but at the same time split up the coins to be mixed across a whole lot of users rather than just spending them to another client wanting to mix his coins.
7  Economy / Currency exchange / [HAVE] Paypal / Skrill / Neteller [W] BTC on: January 20, 2019, 05:42:28 PM
I have about 300$ on my credit card, I am ready to exchange it for btc through Paypal, Neteller, or Skrill.

Preev.com 1:1, or tell me your rates and I'll consider.
8  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB BTC [HAVE] Paypal / Skrill / Neteller on: January 16, 2019, 08:09:18 PM
I'd like to buy some BTC through Paypal/Skrill/Neteller.

I have around 150$ on Paypal, and can do up to 250$ on Skrill or Neteller.

1:1 Preev rate. Comment here and send me a PM.
9  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Infinite addresses using a single private key? on: January 07, 2019, 06:40:08 PM
I never knew you could create multisig addresses using the same private key.

Random address : 15UtBTjD2EHS2gUTZ2RdBQCfFtCZHxd1Ru

Multisig Address 3QaTKCjKjMQRgAjUVQi7S94TyZZ7bR9oJ9 : https://coinb.in/?verify=512103b5bbd33b80cd439c49d4a147b01ba19a91fc1761b9abb1ea742e8f1da8b6400151ae

Another Multisig Address 37y3f9tePAS5s6uRoBejGxSBYUkY2yaXK3 : https://coinb.in/?verify=512103b5bbd33b80cd439c49d4a147b01ba19a91fc1761b9abb1ea742e8f1da8b640012103b5bbd33b80cd439c49d4a147b01ba19a91fc1761b9abb1ea742e8f1da8b6400152ae

and so on...

Effectively making you the sole owner of these addresses because they can all be spent using the same private key, and hypothetically speaking you could generate an infinite amount of them..

Is there a security flaw in this that I'm not seeing? Is spending coins to/from these addresses safe?
10  Economy / Gambling discussion / ⚽ Super Footie-Fourteen Prediction Pool ⚽ - 💰 Win Up to 14.000$ in cash! 💰 on: December 23, 2018, 05:51:14 PM


Been planning to open this for a while now, welcome to Zee's Super Footie Fourteen Prediction Pool!

Just like the name implies, in the Super Footie-Fourteen contestants are going to need to nail 14 predictions per round to be able to get the grand prize that could go up to a whooping 14k U.S. dollars! (More on this below)

But don't feel discouraged! You don't need to actually get 14 correct games to win money, since this is going to have a pool structure, you only need to surpass your fellow players! Here's how the pay structure works:

Pool payout and entry fee:

Entry Fee : 0.0025BTC (~10$). Minimum of 5 players. The entry fee remains stable in btc for every round, but it might change between rounds. The prize tickets I buy are in fiat, so you will see me adjust the entry fee accordingly. If the minimum amount of players isn't reached, all bets are completely refunded with my own extra fees and the round is declared invalid.

86% Player Pool. This will always be paid pack to the players, regardless of how many wrong games they get, following this structure :

50% for 1st place.
27% for 2nd place.
9% for 3rd place.

14% Tickets + Organizer fee. This is used to purchase contest tickets for the jackpot pick prizes.

The pool pot will never leave the game address unless the round is over and winnings are being distributed. Each round will have a single address for play.

Prize payouts :

In addition to the pool prize, every time you participate, you get tickets to win more cash! Prizes are :

14 Correct picks : Up to 14.000 USD.
13 Correct picks : Up to 3.500 USD.
12 Correct picks : Up to 1.500 USD.

These prizes come from a local gambling source, so the prizes can be lower than the maximum amount depending on the contest winners locally, but they are definitely possible, more information in the FAQ.

Entry format :

Every round can include games from Premier League, Serie A, Europa League, Bundesliga, La Liga, and French League. It's also possible for a round to be on the Champions League.

Each entry needs to follow the following format:

Entry tx : https://blockchain.com/btc/tx/<Your entry transaction here>

Team A - Team B : 1
Team C - Team D : 2
Team E - Team F : X
...


1 stands for 1st team win, 2 stands for 2nd team win, X stands for draw. Since the order of teams matter I will archive my own post every time I announce the teams for each round.

Each correct pick is one point, making every round maxed at 14 points.

Editing your post is an instant disqualification. Please know that once your bet is in, it's final. I can't un-buy the tickets.

F.A.Q. :

Where does the money come from?
- The prizes are provided from a local lotto that follows the same format. The only difference is that any participant with lower than 11 correct picks gets nothing back, which allows for big profit margins for the remaining players + the house. This is not the case for me because I always give back 86%, regardless of how many wrong games you get.

What do you mean by "up to 14k"?
- Since the prize money isn't infinite, in the case of multiple winners with 14 correct picks, the jackpot is obviously split between them. So while you may not see them, but when you get a ticket you're competing with roughly 1 million local participants.

Doesn't this mean I'll never be able to win 14k?
- Getting 14 correct games is not an easy task, for the last 2 weeks no one has been able to get a full pick. On average about 8 people per round manage to pull it off. But hey, look at it this way : If you absolutely believe in your skill, then every week you're going to surpass everyone and win half the pot. Land 12 correct games or higher, and you're going to get rewarded with more sweet cash.

What if multiple people have the same top picks?
- Pay structure is going to be adjusted to always pay the top 3 picks first. If there are at least 3 players with better picks than you, you are most likely not going to win anything from the pool. Note that you can still win prize money since it doesn't belong to the pool.
Example 1 : 1 player gets 14 points, 3 players get 13. 1st player gets 50%, 3 players split 27 + 9 = 36% among themselves.
Example 2 : 2 players get 14 points, 3 players get 13. 1st+2nd players split 50+27% = 77% together, the remaining 3 players will split 9%.

What if one of the matches is cancelled/delayed?
- This has happened before with the French League. If that happens again for other games, then the prize is lowered by each removed game. If 4 games are cancelled, no one will win any extra prize, but the pot will still be split as usual.

I don't want to trust you, I want to trust that other random person on the internet!
It would cost a lot up front for me to get involved in something like this. A % of a bunch of $10 entries wouldn’t be worth my time and lending my reputation for if something went wrong. Good luck though!
- I respect his answer and that's why I decided not to ask any escrow and to run this pool myself, it's the only way I can keep my share to the minimum possible and keep the pot share high. Keep in mind since I'm adjusting based on fiat value, I'll roughly always ask for 10$ per player each round.

Can I see the tickets?
- Absolutely! I was planning to send a PM to each participant with his lotto receipt containing all his games. I can also do it publicly if players would want to.

How will prize winnings be distributed?
- In case you win a prize other than from the pot pool, I'll try to convert it to btc. This question will most likely be answered via PM and depending on the amount won.

If you have any other questions you can always ask and I'll add them to the F.A.Q.

Cheers and good luck to everyone! Also have a Merry Christmas!
11  Economy / Currency exchange / I need half a Skrill dollar on: December 22, 2018, 12:19:05 AM
I need 0.5$ in skrill you'll get 200 bits for it Cheesy

Only PM if you already have it in your balance.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Blockchain analysis tools? on: December 17, 2018, 12:09:41 PM
I used to use this website way way back : https://www.blockseer.com/

But it looks like they cut off the free service and switched to a private paid service :/

"Please email sales@blockseer.com to inquire about an account. Free accounts have been disabled. Thanks."

Anyone knows of any tools that are similar to this website that have blockchain/taint analysis tools? It was really good, it could follow inputs/outputs all the way to the block they were generated from, grouped connected addresses together, had tags/names for exchange cold/hot wallets, and custom tags from other users, and so on..

Thanks!
13  Other / Meta / Causality of meritable posts on: December 13, 2018, 07:45:07 PM
This is going to be just a quick post (might probably be seen as a rant, trust me it's not Grin)

I'd just like to ask about how I noticed most merit sources don't think of causality. Take this post for example (which is mine, how surprising) :

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5083733

Over 20 merits has been distributed to every other post on it. Not that I question that decision, there are definitely "some" nice answers.

But it did made me think of this issue. An example to explain what I mean :

A great answer on stackoverflow.com is going to get a lot of upvotes, but a good amount of people do realize that the answer was never going to exist if it weren't for the question, so the question also gets upvoted.

I'm not asking for merit, I'm just asking people to remember this for the future posts they might encounter.
This doesn't just go for technical ones, a lot more similar analogies can be mentioned :

Controversial opinions that generate killer counter-arguments.
"Good" posts that help build a much "better" answer from another user.

I think you get the idea, cheers!
14  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Is it possible to run a full node without verifying the whole blockchain? on: December 12, 2018, 09:11:27 AM
I just recently decided to start running a full node, I get the long process of setting it up because bitcoin core has to download the full blockchain (~200GB?) to verify.

But I had a question, since we can run pruned mode, and limit the size of the data to the 550 latest blocks, isn't it hypothetically possible to bypass the whole verification process? Can't someone run bitcoin core, let it finish synchronizing with the network, and then just store the final state of bitcoind an replicate it on other machines? Thanks.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / TechCrunch throws shade at Coinbase on: December 10, 2018, 01:15:41 PM
Just thought it was pretty funny, their title reads : Coinbase abandons its cautious approach with plan to list up to 30 new cryptocurrencies

But the url says something else Grin

It's still some serious news nevertheless, because it seems like coinbase is starting to believe in the potential of a lot more coins, their potential list includes coins like : EOS (EOS), Augur (REP), Storj (STORJ), Stellar (XLM), XRP (XRP)... with these names only making a small amount of the list, I don't stand against the TechCrunch journalist calling the rest shitcoins.

I still think this is good for the future, decentralization and smart contracts have come with a lot of innovation, it would be a shame to miss out on some of them, so I guess Coinbase decided to change their stance towards them. But it's still questionable that they didn't choose to pick a few more well known coins like DASH, NANO, so I wonder how this decision is going to age in the upcoming months.
16  Economy / Services / Automated task bots. Crawl websites, listen to changes, manipulate & save files. on: December 08, 2018, 10:14:27 AM
Any bot. Any task. Any constraint.


I can create a bot that does any of the following things for you, check the things your bot will need to estimate the price of your bot.

Web Crawling :

  • One page : 25$
  • 2 level Crawling : 50$
  • Recursive crawling of a website : 100$
      (Similar link structure : a blog, a website with articles, etc.. where the same code is guaranteed work for every article)
  • Recursive crawling involving custom rules : 150$
      (Different page structure, custom code for each page to retrieve your data)
  • Recursive crawling including off-website links : 200$
      (For example download website with shortlinked ad links that redirect off-site that you want to scrape for data)

Web Crawling add-ons:
  • Fully automated (once run, can keep running listen to changes, run in defined intervals, etc..): +25$
  • Proxy rotation : +25$
  • Simulate user session : +50$
  • Captcha solving : +50$
      (Beta, I never had to deal with captchas in practice, but in theory I'm sure I can implement them. Google reCaptcha might be tricky but included.)

Automate tasks :
  • Any file manipulation : 75$
      (Ordered standalone as an offline bot to automate a local task. Check other plans for manipulation after crawl.)
  • Save text to csv/json/... : +25$
  • Save non-text downloads and custom file formats: +50$
  • Send GET/POST requests to existing API : +25$ per request type
      (Example : upload a file to host +1, send download link to link shortener : +1, upload link to your database : +1 = total 3 * 25 = +75$)
  • Send GET/POST requests without existing API : +50$ per request type
      (no API = required to simulate session, like login into a page with user browser headers and cookies to upload a file)


Example order :

"I want a bot that can crawl a list of search results from a webpage, check each one of them for name, email, and phone number, and save them into my database."

Translation in dollars :
-Crawl list of search results from a webpage, check each one of them : 2 level-crawling = 50$
-Automated maybe? Listen to changes on search results webpage? : Automated = +25$?
-Save them into my database : +25$

=75$ - 100$ total.


Extra info :

- Contact me via PM, we can then further discuss through Discord.

- Bot is coded in NodeJS, it is also able to be ran on a webserver, in addition to windows/linux.
- Once I agree to make your script, 50% of payment is to be made upfront.
- After I make your script, I will send you a live demo of it in action, I can also send you any csv/json of the output.
- I will not send you the source until you send me the remaining 50%, or send it to an agreed upon escrow.
- Once source code is sent, I will provide a one week support to fix any bugs that arise. But no refunds.

Leave any further questions in comments. Cheers.
17  Economy / Scam Accusations / ElitePvpers forum completely overtaken by scammers on: December 02, 2018, 11:43:48 AM

Elitepvpers.com : this website used to be my go-to website for video game currency trades, it also has a massive black market of video game cheats, accounts, and pretty much an economy all around the category.

I noticed they had a crypto-currency category : https://www.elitepvpers.com/forum/crypto-currency-trading/

A lot of people there trade Paypal / BTC, the website is also based in germany so it's common a good chunk of their posts is in german. I'm trying to buy some btc using Paypal, I instantly received 3 PMs that agree to a 1:1 trade.

Fast forward a few hours :



Lol, I haven't even traded with him and we're already at the "it wasn't me" phase.

One other user with equally high feedback also tried to get me to send paypal first, I told him to just show me his address with the funds first, and he just started coming up with the weirdest excuses (I need paypal money to buy btc for you)...

Long story short, if anyone else here also knows about this forum and tries to use it for crypto trades, don't. It feels like most of the accounts there are fake now, and that forum long lost its glory.
18  Economy / Currency exchange / HAVE PAYPAL NEED BTC on: November 30, 2018, 09:40:45 PM

I'd like to buy Btc. Will go first for members with more trust than me.

PM me or write here.

I don't have a telegram. Discord or Google hangouts.
19  Economy / Currency exchange / Want to buy 0.1 btc with Paypal on: November 25, 2018, 11:01:25 AM
I need .1 btc. Looking for a 1:1 deal Google or Preev price.

Will agree to a trusted escrow if you feel it's necessary.

Post a comment here before you send me a PM, cheers.
20  Economy / Services / [BLACK FRIDAY DEAL] 💸 FREE FACEBOOK ADS 💸 PROMOTE YOUR FB PAGE FOR FREE on: November 23, 2018, 09:26:28 AM
It's black friday! So I'm offering free Facebook ads for (almost) everyone!

You can use these ads to boost posts, promote pages, basically whatever ads can do.

Who can apply : Full members and above.

Each application has the right for 25$ of ads that you can spread out through 5 days!

After your 5-day period cools down, you can apply again!!

First come first served, I only have about 500$ of facebook ads!

Just comment that you would like to apply, and send me a link to your facebook page in a PM.

I will request access as an advertiser, so if you're not comfortable with that you can pass on this deal.



Related news : You CAN advertise crypto on Facebook! Just dont be scammy! Link below :
https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/532535307141067?ref=fbb_blog
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