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1  Economy / Lending / FUNDED - NEVERMIND - Need 1btc will pay back 10% total of 1.1 btc by 9/11 on: August 28, 2013, 07:59:06 PM
Just as the title says, I'm looking for 1btc, will pay back 1.1 btc on or before 9/11.  I'll get paid on 9/6 so that would likely be the latest payback would occur but I'm also going camping that weekend so I pushed it out til the 11th just in case.

This is my first loan request, but you can see my sig for bitcointalk references, and I'm digital on bitmit and killinntime on EBay, if that helps at all.
2  Economy / Computer hardware / [wts] XFX Radeon HD 7770 Brand new and Sealed x 3 $75 shipped to US on: August 28, 2013, 07:25:22 PM
as the title says, I'm looking to get rid of 3 of these quick.  Will sell one or all three.  If you want more than three, hit me up and we can talk about it.

Brand new in the sealed package.  Model # FX-777A-ZNJ4

$75 in btc equivalent, shipped to the US.  I will also consider paypal from users who can provide a solid reputation.

http://www.upallnightsleepallday.net/3.jpg  (The pic was big, and I didn't wanna mess around resizing it, so you have to click the link to see the pic)
3  Economy / Computer hardware / 16x XFX Radeon HD 7770 Cards brand new and sealed on: August 13, 2013, 08:51:36 PM
Right now they are listed at $105 w/ $10 shipping free shipping in the us.  Still the cheapest price anywhere.  


https://www.bitmit.net/en/item/51275-xfx-radeon-hd-7770-core-edition-fx-777a-znj4-brand-new-sealed

Obviously, since I'm using BitMit, escrow is no issue.

Removed the shipping to see if I could spark some interest...
4  Economy / Computer hardware / SOLD - Diamond 6970, escrow, cheap, perfect... on: June 25, 2013, 10:07:40 PM
Just as the title says.  Diamond 6970 in perfect shape.  Gets around 350mhash with stock settings.

$180 $170 $160, btc only, escrow of course...

https://www.bitmit.net/en/item/40953-diamind-multimedia-amd-radeon-hd-6970-350-mh-s-cheap

And I've got an XFX Radeon HD 6870 Model HD-687A-ZHFC, also in perfect shape.  This gets at least 250 mhash with stock settings.

$80, btc only, escrow of course...

https://www.bitmit.net/en/item/40954-xfx-radeon-hd-6870-model-hd-687a-zhfc-250-mh-s-cheap
- sold

Slowly loosing profitability, and my power supplies keep failing on me.  So instead of trying to keep up I'm going sell out and try to invest in better gear later on...
5  Economy / Goods / 1984 Glastron 16' Runabout with 115hp Mecury Tower of Power outboard on: October 21, 2012, 04:59:36 PM
Boat is in excellent condition, motor starts and runs great every time.  I've had the boat up to about 45mph, and it wasn't quite topped out yet, so it is fast.

Was trying to sell it, so I thought what the hell, I'll see if anyone is interested in using btc...

Floor is solid.  Transom is solid.  has a swimming ladder, open bow, working bilge pump, skit tower that needs a little work, but I still have the tow rope that connects on the back too.  Stainless steel prop.  Roller trailer, and a nice cover.

Looking to get about $2000 equivalent in btc, at current rates it's around 170btc.

Can pickup in Wisconsin, right in between Madison and Milwaukee.  If you wanna have it shipped, that's fine but you make all the arrangements.







6  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 1tb Seagate Hard Drive-SOLD and 4gb DDR3 1333 RAM- PRICE LOWERED on: October 12, 2012, 07:24:02 PM
Both are brand new in the sealed packaging.

ADATA Premier Series AD3U1333C4G9-SH 4GB Desktop Memory Module - PC3-10666, DDR3-1333MHz, 240-pin DIMM
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2225792
4.5 3 btc shipped to US

Seagate ST1000DM003 Barracuda 1TB Hard Drive - 7200RPM, 64MB, SATA 6Gb/s
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=744346&CatId=2459
6.5 btc shipped to US
  SOLD
7  Economy / Goods / Bitcoindeals.com - What happened? on: October 10, 2012, 07:21:46 PM
I was a fairly regular customer of Bitcoindeals.com, and really loved the site.  But recently (at least the past two months), the site simply says that it's "undergoing maintenance", and to "come back shortly".

The site is still there, but they disabled any browsing.  I had a few items I was looking forward to purchasing with bitcoins, but now that the site is down it's a lot harder to do so.

Does anyone know whats going on with that site?  Or does anyone know who I can ask? or have any contact info I could use?  Any help would be appreciated, we need more sites like that in my opinion.  It just makes things so much easier to get with bitcoins...
8  Economy / Goods / [SOLD] Silver half dollars - 3 on: October 02, 2012, 12:23:04 AM
3 Silver half dollars - 1934 - 1944 - 1945.  The 1945 is in the best shape.

Looking for about 6btc shipped to the us.


9  Economy / Games and rounds / Bi-Weekly Rolling Raffle on: September 17, 2012, 09:50:32 PM
I'm going to try my hand at hosting a raffle.  If all goes well I'll set up another one with real stakes...

So here's the details.  

This is a Bi-Weekly Raffle, so the Raffle ends at 7pm central time on Monday October 1st.  Any and all entries received before then will count toward the prize.
Entries are .5 btc each.  Each entry will be assigned a number starting with 1 and moving up sequentially.  At the end of the raffle I will use Random.org to put all the numbers into a random order.  The first number listed will be the winner.  And I can provide a video of this if necessary.
And it's a rolling raffle, which means I'm going to take 10% of the Pot/Prize/Jackpot, and roll it over for the next Bi-Weekly Raffle which will start at 7:01 pm central time on Monday October 1st.
The payout will be 80% of the total entries, 10% will roll over, and I keep 10% for keeping track of everything.  The one selected winner takes the entire 80%.  

If we reach 100 entries (50 btc), There will be three winners instead of 1.  And the payout will change to 1st - 50%, 2nd - 20%, 3rd - 10%.  The idea behind this being that the more winners we have the better.  And once the pot hits 50btc, its enough to split up and still have some nice payouts.


If the raffle goes well, I may switch it to a weekly, but for now I'll keep it at two weeks.

And since this is the first round, I have started the pot at 4btc.  I will not take 10% of those 4 btc, but I will hold 10% for the next round.  I will only take 10% of the actual entries for this round.  That way there is at least a little incentive to enter.

Please don't use any btc for this raffle that you can't afford to lose.  Obviously there is no guarantee that you will get them back.

And as for the entries themselves, you can pm me and let me know your sending an entry and I will use your nick to keep track of them, or you can stay anonymous and I can use your btc addy to keep track, but if you choose to stay anonymous, please make sure that you can receive payments with the address you use to send the entry, because that's the address I will use.  I'm not responsible if you screw that up...

And last but not least, I will post here at least daily with updates and current totals for the jackpot.

Raffle Entry Address:
17QatvSdciyv2zsdAbphDEUzST1S6x46c3


Nevermind.  Not enough interest...
10  Bitcoin / Mining / GPUMAX Users Census on: August 24, 2012, 10:08:07 PM
I've been doing a lot of reading lately into GPUMAX, as well as some other hotly debated topics that may or may not be related to GPUMAX, and I became curious as to how GPUMAX users actually used the site.

It's almost like Fight Club, no one wants to talk about it, but it might be nice to see some of these stats so we had a better idea of what was happening behind the scenes, so to speak.
11  Economy / Computer hardware / WTS - Reference HD 7950 Brand spankin' new... on: August 23, 2012, 08:36:37 PM
Just got it in an HP custom build.  Customer changed their minds, and wanted a GeForce card instead.

This card is absolutely brand new and has never been oc'ed or even used to mine.  It will not come with retail packaging as I got it OEM.  I will include a VGA to DVI adapter.  You should be able to get at least 500 mhash out of this card, likely more with some tweaking.

Couldn't find any of these for sale online, so I'm not exactly sure what they are selling for.  But it was an extra $339 to add it to the custom build on the HP website so that's where I'm gonna start on pricing.

$339 + Shipping, US only.  And I take btc in payment.

I am open to offers, and if I don't get an offer I like in the next week or so it's going on EBay...

:edit: - added the pic

12  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] Laptop 20btc shipped to the US on: April 26, 2012, 01:42:57 AM
Gateway M250E laptop.

Has an 80gb Hard Drive
Pentium M 1.7ghz Processor
2gb Ram
WIFI
DVD Multi RW
Extra battery - one is an extended life battery, one is standard, both hold a charge but I think the standard one holds it a little longer.  Either way, they're used, so as-is.
Everything works, and it comes with a charger as well.

XP Pro, clean install with all drivers and updates installed.  I also threw on Malwarebytes and Open Office, so it's essentially ready to go.

20 btc shipped to the US

pic:
http://www.thescenesaver.com/tmp/DSC03990.JPG
13  Economy / Goods / [SOLD] 4000+ Magic / MTG cards $.02 ea. on: April 26, 2012, 01:35:59 AM
Have a moderate collection of Magic The Gathering cards.

Im not a fan myself, and never really have been.  They were given to me with a large lot of sports cards.  The previous owner just stopped using them and wanted to get rid of them.

I know some have value, but im not interested in expanding my collection to include magic cards.  I've got 5 800 count boxes full, plus a 250 count box about half full.  I've got them all separated into sets.  It was the best way I knew to sort them and/or look them up online.

Looking to sell a minimum of a 800 count box at a time, but would definitely rather sell them all at once.  Looking for $100 shipped in the US, for all of 'em ($.02 ea, plus $20 shipping).  Preferred payment method is btc.

pic:
http://www.thescenesaver.com/tmp/DSC03996.JPG

14  Economy / Currency exchange / (SOLD) WTS - BTC for PPUSD I have up to 32 btc available on: March 16, 2012, 01:49:19 PM
Looking for about $5.25 ea.

And I would definitely prefer to trade with someone who can provide references...
15  Economy / Trading Discussion / Anyone know what happened to Bitcoindeals.com??? on: February 14, 2012, 04:29:10 PM
I had successfully placed an order a couple weeks ago.  Everything went great, got my products and I was happy with how things went.

Now I just placed an order over the weekend.  And through my own laziness posted payment just over an hour after finalizing in the shopping cart.  This meant my order had expired.
I opened a ticket and they stated that my order would still get shipped right away.

As of yesterday, the order was still marked as expired, and I had a credit on my account for the amount of my order.  And now today the website is gone with a GoDaddy place holder in its place?!?!?!

Anyone hear anything?
16  Economy / Goods / [WTS] Several Items - 20" LCD, DDR3 RAM (sold), Gigabit Switch, ETC... on: January 24, 2012, 08:49:06 PM
Several Items for sale:

Patriot DDR3 Ram PC3-10666 / 1333 mhz 4gb NEW - 3.5 btc shipped to US

TRENDnet Gigabit Switch 16 port GreenNet Switch Used only 1 week before it was upgraded to a 24 port -15 6 btc shipped to US

IOGEAR 1 port USB 2.0 Print Server NEW - 5.5  2.5 btc shipped to US




17  Economy / Goods / [SOLD] MicroBoards Copywriter CD/DVD Duplicator on: January 13, 2012, 05:13:27 PM
Selling a DVD duplicator.  Can do up to 10 copies at once.  It has a single CD/DVD rom at the top and 10 DVD-RW drives below.

It is a stand alone unit, doesn't need to be connected to a computer at all.

Fully functional, and I even have the manual.  Model number is DSR DVD-D8810, and i'm in the southern Wisconsin area.

Seen the same model on Ebay for $600+, looking to get around 35btc.



18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Bitcoin client missing a transaction? Balance doesn't match block explorer... on: January 13, 2012, 03:28:49 PM
I was just looking at the block explorer under my main btc address and the numbers didn't match my client.

Block explorer says I should something like 3 btc, and my client says I have around 14.

Then I looked here:
http://blockchain.info/address/1KwrLtjW5tAvVYKYgsjYeuz6fn5TbHKkpY

On the third transaction down, I sent the 18btc and was expecting a fee of about .03 with the transaction.  I remember nothing about the 10.99 btc transaction associated with it.  Also, the 10.99 btc transaction does not show up in my client.

I'm running Windows 7 pro with Bitcoin Client 0.3.24-Beta.
19  Economy / Goods / [WTB] Ice Auger for Ice Fishing... on: January 09, 2012, 07:48:24 PM
I need an ice auger, would prefer a nice electric one, but it doesn't have to be electric.

Looking to spend around $150-$200, and would prefer to be able to meet someone in person but am open to other possibilities.

Also, if anyone has any Strike Sensor equipment (transmitters, or pagers) I would be interested in those as well.

I know it's a long shot on this board, but figured it was worth asking.

Let me know if you got something...
20  Economy / Goods / [WTS] Windows Server 2003 Standard 5 cal OEM on: January 09, 2012, 07:41:59 PM
I've had this laying around for a while and don't see myself ever needing to actually use it.

Windows Server 2003 Standard OEM license sticker, with install disks.  The cellophane has been ripped open so that the disks could be used for maintenance on another server with it's own license.  This license has never been used/activated.

Looking for around $200 in btc.



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