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1  Economy / Service Discussion / site what is this site used for on: April 19, 2017, 10:28:44 PM
Has anyone heard of this site

It does have a rather strange domain so I am weary to believe in anything they have listed on the site. Even with the word 'trust' in the sites's name is often a telltale sign not to believe into what the site has on it either.
I think it's a rating system from the way others were taking about it on some bitcoin sites.
But I am not really wanting to check this from where I am at the moment not being on a secured connected system.
2  Economy / Long-term offers / Looking for a Loan of 1 BTC-- Repayable within 3 Months on: February 27, 2016, 10:54:25 PM
Edit: Please see my latest post in this thread. I have recovered my old address which was used in the past to hold a portion of the forum's treasury, and have signed a message with it.

As the title states, I am looking for someone to loan me 1 BTC. I can pay this back plus a 20% interest within 3 months. I can offer my forum account as a collateral, and I'm also willing to provide personal information upon request (phone number, address, etc.) My username is my real full name, too-- so there's that. Smiley

Let me know if this sounds reasonable. Thanks!
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Portland Bitcoiners: Try Paying Food Carts with Bitcoins! on: April 01, 2014, 03:24:39 PM

I'm sure Portlanders have noticed many of the food carts around town using Square for credit/debit transactions. The article says square pays them with USD after receiving the Bitcoin transaction; I can't really see any reason why the food carts would refuse Bitcoin payment. I'm going to try to hit a food cart village today and see what happens.
4  Economy / Currency exchange / Buying 0.2 BTC via Paypal on: February 26, 2014, 04:41:45 PM
Willing to pay a little extra for your risk. Here's some past transactions I've completed:
5  Economy / Currency exchange / Anyone near Portland, Oregon want to buy some BTC in person? on: May 24, 2013, 10:35:50 PM
I'm in Beaverton, but I need some cash pretty badly. Willing to travel to Portland if anyone's up for it. I'm looking to sell anywhere between 50 and 585 USD worth of BTC.
6  Economy / Currency exchange / Trading 4.3 BTC for Dwolla USD on: May 24, 2013, 07:31:20 PM
EDIT: Trading 4.3 BTC for Dwolla USD now, as I figured out you can't transfer USD between MTGox accounts.

Original Post: MtGox's withdraw to dwolla is disabled, so I'm looking for someone to trade me dwolla usd for my mtgox usd (or the equivalent in BTC). Some of my previous transactions are listed in this thread.
7  Economy / Goods / Looking for someone to possibly sell me crumbled up paper balls soon on: May 21, 2013, 04:36:09 PM
There is a possibility that I might need to spend about 200 USD worth of bitcoins on something worthless in the near future. I'm thinking 200 crumbled paper balls. I'm not buying right now and might not buy at all, but I need the security of knowing that I have someone to go to if I do. Any takers?
8  Other / Off-topic / Anyone still using bitmessage? on: May 20, 2013, 02:54:49 AM
I haven't heard too much about it lately, but I also haven't been frequenting the forums very much. Just wondering what everyone thinks about it.

I love the idea of bitmessage, but I guess I haven't really found much use for it because no one else I know uses it. I'd rather not force people to download this weird software to get in contact with me, but if I give them the option of email or bitmessage, people will generally choose email because they're used to it and most likely already have an email address. Is that pretty much the only issue?
9  Economy / Games and rounds / Snowball of Trust [Game/Experiment] on: February 19, 2013, 01:38:28 AM
I thought the Circle of Trust game was kind of cool, so I made up my own! It's just a slightly modified version of Circle of Trust. So, here's how this one works:

I'll send 0.01 BTC to the first person to post their address below. Then they will edit their post and mark it as received then send 0.02 BTC to the next address on the list. The next person will edit their post and mark it as received then send 0.03 BTC to the next address on the list. So basically, once you recieve the snowball, you send the whole BTC snowball plus 0.01 BTC to the next person to post their address. If you keep the snowball for yourself, I will request that you be labeled as a scammer.

Only "Full members" and above can participate! If someone who has not become a full member yet posts their address, do not send it to them. Wait for the next full member.

Let's see how big this snowball can get!

Edit: The snowball has started!
10  Other / Off-topic / Best Super Bowl Commercials on: February 04, 2013, 04:27:47 PM
I was very disappointed in this years commercials. They mostly just seem like regular, non-superbowl commecials. There were a select few I liked though. I vote babylandia. Which ones were your favorites? (Don't anyone say GoDaddy. I'll kill you.)
11  Other / Off-topic / A Pep Talk from Kid President to You on: January 31, 2013, 12:56:46 AM
12  Other / Off-topic / Rose pork brains with milk gravy on: January 23, 2013, 07:48:01 PM

Good? Bad? What do you think? I'll try them on video if you can find me a website to buy them from and pay me a little more than what they cost.
13  Other / Off-topic / Corned Beef Hash on: January 23, 2013, 04:19:39 PM
I like corned beef hash a lot. It tastes really good. What do you guys think?
14  Bitcoin / Project Development / Why hasn't witcoin been replaced yet? on: January 21, 2013, 05:36:54 AM
For those of you who weren't around for it, or never tried it, witcoin was a social news site (like reddit) based on micro payments using bitcoins. I think upvoting was called "tipping" and it gave the author of the post a little money. I don't remember the specifics, but I thought it was a cool idea. You could earn a little money if you had something cool to share, and you could give a little away if someone else showed you something cool.

It died a long time ago (and I never got my 2 BTC I had left in my account back,) and I don't think anything has appeared to replace it. Is there anything else like that that I haven't noticed?
15  Economy / Services / Selling code for Mt Gox Yubikey - 1.75 BTC on: November 20, 2012, 10:23:45 PM
Received an email from Mt. Gox giving me a code for free Yubikey. I guess they're trying to make it up to everyone for getting hacked again or something. Anyways, I don't really want the Yubikey, so I'll sell it for 1.75 BTC (Normal price is $29.99, or around 3 BTC right now,) if anyone wants it.

A few past transactions I've completed here:

Thanks! Smiley

EDIT: Should mention that the email said it was ok to give it to someone else.
16  Economy / Service Discussion / My friend's friend's dad owns a Bitcoin ONLY bar on: October 30, 2012, 09:14:25 PM
17  Economy / Lending / Need $10 steam game for friends bday, paying back 1.5 BTC in about a week. on: October 30, 2012, 04:53:43 AM
It's my best friends birthday today, and I haven't gotten his present yet (I was never good at remembering anyone's birthdays.) I decided to get him a few games on steam, but I don't have any money online right now. If someone could gift him hotline miami on steam, I'll be able to pay you back 1.5 BTC as well as buy him the other games in a week. I can raise interest if you need me to. Please post your terms in this thread before you send the gift. If you want higher interest, say how much in that post, but I will not pay back more than 2 BTC total. Once you have posted this, you can send the gift to initiate the loan.

This is the game:
And this is the user that you would gift it to:

Here is a recent thread where I successfully completed a loan, and it also lists other transactions I've done here in the past.

Thanks, and please send it as soon as possible! ~2 more hours and it won't be his birthday anymore!
18  Economy / Lending / Looking for a 2 BTC loan on: October 17, 2012, 08:18:26 AM
I'm looking for a 2 BTC loan. I'll be able to pay you back within three days and I'll add .3 BTC.

Here's some transactions I've done in the past:

I'm going to bed for now, so if you're interested just send the money here:

19  Economy / Goods / Dear bitcoiners I'm selling a quarter on: October 07, 2012, 08:54:27 PM
I've got a Hawai'i Volcanoes quarter.
Want to buy it for 1 BTC?
Actually 2 BTC.
It's not JUST a quarter.
Ebay sells them for $1.79, but Ebay is a scam.
They tell you things are cheap, but then they charge $800 to your bitcoin account.
So what do you say? I'll even up the price to 3 BTC? (Bitcoins are like golf points. More is less.)

EDIT: Here is quarter:
20  Other / Off-topic / Peer to Peer MUD on: August 15, 2012, 08:07:06 AM
First of all, I'm no expert in peer to peer technology, so please correct me if any of this is misinformation.

So I was hanging out in irc, and had been working on a MUD. I wasn't really too serious about this MUD, it was just something I was programming while I was bored. But then someone in irc, knowing I was working on a mud, asked me if I thought a peer-to-peer android mud was feasible. The idea is that everyone keeps there phone on, right? So if they aren't actually playing the mud, the app can still act as a node in the background, providing more support to the network. This would also mean that as long as there are two nodes on the network, the server would never go down (I think!) After some research (quick google,) I found this which explains how it might be done

As I said at the beginning of this post, I don't know much about peer to peer technology, and I've only just begun with android development. So I'm turning to some people that actually know something about this stuff. Does any of this actually sound like it could work?
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