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1  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS][EU] Futurebit Apollo LTC - home scrypt miner on: July 01, 2021, 07:54:36 AM
Selling Futurebit Apollo LTC - info topic
Home friendly scrypt miner (100-140 MHs at 100-200 W)

Price: Negotiable, asking $1550 + shipping + escrow fees ($1500 when escrowed stablecoin )
Accepted: WIRE, CASH, BTC or major alts LTC,ETH,USDT... will accept also ADA, DOT, KMD, TRX ... maybe others (just ask).
Location: EU (CZ) - personal pickup possible.
Shipping: Provide your ZIP and preferred courier or I can use PPL ( ppl.cz/en ) with shipping inside EU $10-$30
Note: batch 1, cracked side plate, without SD card




P.S.
I'm also selling Futurebit Moonlander 2 - scrypt USB stick miners (they can fit into same PPL package)
check: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5344919.msg57295074

2  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS][EU] 2 x Moonlander2 - USB Scrypt ASIC miner on: June 20, 2021, 08:48:30 PM
Selling two Futurebit moonlanders 2 ( info topic ).
Both bulk or individually.

Price (ea): $180 (O.B.O.) + shipping + escrow fees
Accepted: WIRE, CASH, BTC or major alts LTC,ETH,USDT,USDC ... will accept also ADA, DOT, KMD, TRX ... maybe some others (just ask).
Location: EU (CZ) - personal pickup possible.
Note: Original fans removed after couple weeks (some fans were really noisy ) but I will deliver them. One normal and one noisy (will provide $5 discount for the noisy one).


pic: ( there are three sticks but I'm going to keep one )



EDIT: $150 ea
3  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / FutureBit Apollo BTC - opinions on: February 01, 2021, 12:34:58 AM
Hi all.

just noticed an email from Futurebit about pre-sale of new BTC miner. I have their LTC miner and I'm satisfied so thinking about this one as well.

Quick sum: It's standalone miner/node and should deliver 2-3.8 TH/s at 125-200 W  for $350 - $600.

To me it looks pretty good for hobbyist home miners. What you think?

more info/source: https://futurebit.io

EDIT:
Official ANN thread here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5314398.0
4  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS][PRC/CHINA] - Antminer S9 (2x) on: November 07, 2018, 02:07:59 AM
At hashnest I have remaining 23,5 THs of S9 and expecting I'll be asked to redeem the hardware soon. I don't want to ship them to europe and redemption period going to be limited (it's a week or so)  thus checking interest in advance (preferably someone in china or nearby region).

Problems are:
I don't know if I'm selling two S9s or just single one (23.5 THs are two miners 11.5 or maybe it will be just one miner from newer batch).
I don't know when (redemption period should start after 10 continuous days of electricity fees greater than revenues)
I don't know shipping costs ( sender is bitmain so it shouldn't be expensive, if you ever bought miners from them you know the costs already )
I don't know handling fee ( there should be some handling costs as well), if this will be too high I won't redeem the HW at all.
I don't even know in what shape miners will be (according conditions should be clean and working ...)
What I do know is I don't want leave them to bitmain.

Going to sell them very cheap but you'll have to cover the shipping costs and handling fee.

Let me know if interested. Drop PM or post here and I will contact you when redemption period starts (hopefully handling fees will be known that time).
Accepting BTC,LTC,ETH, NEO, XMR ... maybe some others. Escrow accepted (you cover the fees).  

Update 21.11.2018
Redemption period should start in three days.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Multialgo coin ...? on: January 21, 2018, 10:17:52 PM
There is quite lot of complains about huge mining farms with ASICs ruining the promising coin communities (recent bitmain A3 vs SIA can be example).

So I'm wondering if it's technicaly feasible to create POW coin which would be switching to random algo (in the way nobody could predict which one will be next) after some time ... let's say few weeks or months.

Thoughts?
6  Other / Off-topic / Prediction of BCD, SBTC and BTCS "scam wallet domains" on: November 26, 2017, 05:58:06 PM
Hey all, lets play a game.
I'm sure lot of you is aware of multiple scam wallets appeared after BTG fork. Let's predict scam domains about BCD fork (as I'm sure this is going to repeat). I have at least 20 possible favorites but lets everybody state max 5 domains and quote the person above.
There is no prize for winners. People whose tips comes true gets only my admiration.

EDIT: Let's make it wider and predict also SBTC (superbitcoin) and BTCS (bitcoin silver)


My tips (i don't think scammers are going to invest much so I'm choosing the cheapes domains)

BCD (bitcoin diamond) - posted 26-11-2017

bcdwallet.online (already occupied, most probably scam indeed )
bcdwallet.club (available)
bcd-electrum.online (available)
bcd-electrum.club  (available)
blockchain-diamond.info (available)


SBTC (super bitcoin) -  posted 27-11-2017

sbtcwallet.online (available)
sbtcwallet.club (available)
sbtc-electrum.online  (available)
sbtc-electrum.club  (available)
blockchain-superbitcoin.info (available)


BTCS (bitcoin silver) -  posted 27-11-2017

btcswallet.online (available)
btcswallet.club (available)
btcs-electrum.online  (available)
btcs-electrum.club  (available)
blockchain-silver.info (available)


Share your tips.

EDIT: sorry I screwed it, thought BTD is the abbr for bitcoin diamond, I reworked my tips and rechecked the domain availability
7  Other / Off-topic / What are the most important(useful) & most underestimated professions? on: November 23, 2017, 09:57:58 AM
I consider farmers in both cases. Why? Because no farmers = no food = no us.
Kudos to them for feeding us.

What's your opinion and why?
8  Other / Off-topic / Time counting in blocks on: November 17, 2017, 02:54:30 AM
I recently notice that I'm subconsciously converting time frames into number of blocks .... Somehow I remembered that 1000 blocks are roughly 1 week. So when somebody says two weeks I imagine 2000 blocks.
Soon I'll be like: When will the bus arrive? I dunno about half a block (in 5 minutes)  Cheesy

Am I degenerated too much? Anybody else doing same?
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / BTG REDEEM (bitcoin gold) - STEP BY STEP (quick and dirty) on: November 02, 2017, 04:54:15 AM
Hi, I found this a very hot topic recently so here's my quick and dirty guide how to get your BTG.
I will be using coinomi (android wallet) to get my BTG (but you can also use e.g. freewallet  ... the procedure is more or less same).
NOTE: This guide will not work with segwit addresses (begins with 3).
For other supported wallets check official BTG web https://bitcoingold.org (BEWARE: some malicious wallets found their way also to official BTG web, so doublecheck user feedbacks before trusting them with your money)

UPDATE: BTG SUCCESSFULLY CLAIMED (and partly sold). Thanks coinomi and ledger.

WARNING: BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL WHICH WALLET YOU ARE GOING TO USE. EVEN THE OFFICIAL BTG WEBSITE PUBLISHED LINKS TO SCAM WALLETS.
I'm not going to investigate every single wallet you ask for. I already have mine BTG (used COINOMI). So please use COINOMI or do investigation on your own.




Part 1 - Wallets you own the private keys ( tested with Electrum 2.9.3 and 3.0.2 )


It's really simple (5 steps)

1 - Separate your BTC. Move them to brand new address ( this is to prevent losing your BTC if something went wrong, also your private key becomes compromised at the end of this guide) and stop using the old one

2 - wait for at least 5 confirmations (3 should be enough but more is better ... again due to security reasons)

3 - download and install coinomi https://coinomi.com/  (make proper backup etc.)

4 - in coinomi add new coin (BTG), find function "sweep" and scan QR code of your private key(s) ... this will create transaction(s) sending BTG from your address to coinomi
!!! PAY ATTENTION TO SWEEP INTO CORRECT WALLET OTHERWISE YOU CAN LOSE THEM ... GOOD IDEA IS TRYING SMALL AMOUNT FIRST AS A TEST !!!

5 - repeat second part of step 4 for every address you have BTG on ...  enjoy your coins  Wink

(doesn't work? refer to: https://coinomi.freshdesk.com/support/solutions/articles/29000017747-i-can-t-sweep-my-btg-private-key )
(Find more detailed guide here: https://medium.com/@coinomi/collecting-your-free-bitcoin-gold-btg-coins-da937d4255d1 )


Part 2 - Ledger HW wallet


Follow this ultimate guide: https://ledger.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005456969-How-to-use-Bitcoin-Gold-with-Ledger
(successfully claimed as well)



Part 3 - Mycelium users


Refer to Flat.E insights:

Sweep and enter seed from mycelium to coinomi does not work, key format not recognized, however restore wallet from scratch in coinomi works right away with the same seed.

At first I set the derivation path when adding the btg coin in Coinomi to M/44H/0H/0H, no btg showed up. I added a second btg coin part in the same Coinomi but now without altering the derivation path and the coins showed up right away.
or

follow this step-by-step guide: https://steemit.com/btc/@libert/step-by-step-guide-on-claiming-bitcoincash-from-mycellium-wallet-201783t112141477z




EDIT: If you think the guide too austere then please wait for some others.
I personally found this very easy (mostly due to experience with BCH fork) and do not feel it requires any special pictures, extra details etc. ( once you do it yourself I belive you'll find it simple as well ).

search words: how to redeem my BTG, how to claim my BTG, how to get my BTG, how to split BTG and BTC , BTG fork
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / [ANN] [ICO] LYNX NETWORK -Ecosystem of smart companies for free ETH transactions on: October 16, 2017, 03:51:07 PM
Lynx Network







ICO Details

We are a community project and invite anyone who is passionate about freedom of information and decentralization to get involved. We aim to distribute 99% of LNT tokens to the public to maximise decentralization and to prevent any team member from gaining too much influence of the governance. If you want to learn about our token sale please visit lynxnetwork.org/token

10% of all ETH raised during the crowdsale will go back to the community by being placed in the global pool.
This means users will get to experience a free to use Ethereum immediately once the network is online.



Disclaimer: Posted on behalf of user Lynxnetwork.org (I'm not related to this ICO)
11  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [WTS] MWO (Mechwarrior online) - account for sale on: October 12, 2017, 09:26:48 AM
Hi there, I have MWO account for sale.

Roughly: 13 mechs (all except one maxed experinence), 1 free mechbay, 300 MCs (you can purchase another mech bay), 70 mil. c-bills (you can purchase new mechs), name never changed ( you can change it once for free), 40 supply caches (3 keys for them), bunch of equipment (various engines, weapons) so you can tune your mechs.


IMO its a good option for those who does not want to start with trial version mechs (with actual amount of MCs and CBs you can purchase and tune up new mech of your choice).  
 
Selling price 40 60 USDs in BTC or major alts, escrow accepted (with trusted members I can go first).  

Let me know if interested and I can share more details.

EDIT: for those who thinks it's overpriced. Heres how I come up with such price.
In game you can buy 12 000 MCs (mechcredits) for 50 USD.
One mech costs between  500 to 10000 MCs (depends on class)
Just 2 of my assault mechs ( one for 5000 MCs and one for 7000 MCs) covers the price. (in addition all mechs are maxed in experience)

P.S. Actualy after this re-evaluation Im rising the price to 60 USDs.
12  Other / Meta / The topic is too large to fit on one page ? on: September 27, 2017, 07:34:11 PM
Recently I get this warning when try to see entire topic (using print function). Weird is I'm getting this message when printing e.g 30 page topic (which is not that much). I'm pretty sure I have printed topics with 100+ pages in past without issues. 

Whats wrong? Has anything changed last days?
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Casino investment tracking on: May 12, 2017, 11:57:41 PM
Hi to all gamblers and game investors,

few days ago I start tracking my investments in gambling sites and made some overview to see how my BTC's evolve.
So far I still have to update few things manualy as I'm having issues to get API access (namely for safedice, bitdice, megadice and the only full working APIs at the moment are for crypto-games and bitvest) .
 
Nevertheless you can visit my site bitcoinr.cz to see the actual progress ( so far in green numbers, Hurray )
Feel free to comment, share opinions, propose new casino to add


UPDATE: Going to add more casino stats. What info you guys prefer?
surly total wagered ... any others? EV, wagered 24h?


Thanks
14  Economy / Service Discussion / Yolodice API - HELP on: May 06, 2017, 04:12:52 PM
Hi there, can anybody help me with yolodice API?

I'm using APIs to collect site bankrolls ... already working for crypto-games & kingdice ( to use their API is very simple) but this one is bit more complicated.

Even though they have detailed documentation (here)  I do not know how to use it. Thing is I'm not into ruby and their github library won't help me much. ( with other sites I'm  using simle PHP querry to receive data in JSON ... ).

Could you please briefly describe how to implement/apply this in PHP or point me where I can find more info?

 
Thanks     
15  Economy / Micro Earnings / [ANN] New Bitcoin Faucet - BITCOINR - on: December 07, 2014, 05:02:50 PM
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16  Other / Beginners & Help / Hey all - Check my BTC guide website on: November 23, 2014, 01:48:34 PM

Hi all, I would like to introduce my bitcoin related website ... guide through mining and free bitcoin websites ... faucet will be soon.

Bitcoinr


Thanks for visit.
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