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41  Economy / Goods / Don't read this... on: February 19, 2012, 09:22:49 PM
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42  Economy / Marketplace / new tag idea, [OSP], open source profits on: February 16, 2012, 06:20:18 PM
People would put [OSP] in the topic name for anything they were selling if they were prepared to show exactly how they got the goods and their prices to show that they are not ripping people off and to give people an oppertunity to compete.
I am going to sell stuff on this forum very soon, and I certainly will use it.

EDIT: Forgot to say, osp stands for open source profits! Because all the best things are open sourced Smiley and its more user friendly.
43  Economy / Currency exchange / Mt.Gox customer service is awful, plus they won't reinburse me for their mistake on: February 16, 2012, 11:06:00 AM
A few days ago, must have been 2 days before the crash started, I tried to deposit 0.75 btc into my mtgox account. It doesn't sound like much, but I'm new to bitcoin. But to this day, the bitcoin has not shown in my account. I contacted mtgox with my problems, specifying the asked account numbers and everything and that I wanted a refund, they just said:
Hello,

We have not seen the transaction taking place on blockexplorer if you have withdrawn your bitcoins from 19pRT84XXhJgLJcTKn238DCCWvFezxxEc2 this address as follows:

http://blockexplorer.com/address/19pRT84XXhJgLJcTKn238DCCWvFezxxEc2Please confirm if the 0.75 bitcoin has been withdrawn and sent to your Mt.Gox address.

Thanks,

MtGox.com Team

Which is a good reply. The transaction had not been confirmed, admittedly, but I had still sent the bitcoins, and this is what I told them.
They replied:
Hello,

Would you require any further assistance regarding this matter?

Thanks,

MtGox.com Team

And did that three times, every time I replied.
44  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / vanitygen wont work! on: February 14, 2012, 05:06:41 PM
When I open it, it just opens the command prompt window and closes instantly Sad
This is with every exe in the folder, they are all the same Sad
45  Economy / Services / Will do anything for bitcoins... on: February 11, 2012, 06:58:00 PM
Yeah, would be prepared to do almost anything(my penis, for instance, is out of the question.)
Would also be prepared to do serious work over the internet, or maybe give you help with something.
I really need btc for a project im doing! :/
46  Economy / Invites & Accounts / selling 9.8k twitter account for 1.19btc on: February 11, 2012, 02:41:39 PM
@freddytheefishh.
Msg me, ill make you a receiving address.
47  Bitcoin / Wallet software / The first ever blackberry client! on: February 09, 2012, 08:43:17 AM
Bit of a misleading topic, I know Cheesy
The first person who makes a blackberry client(not neccecerily for the blackberry app world, maybe distrobuted on a website) with these conditions will get 0.5 btc off me, which is most of my btc at the moment Tongue
It has to be light.
You have to be able to generate as many recieveing addresses as you like, the most annoying thing with a lot of clients or bitcoin web bank things is when you only get one, or a few :/
Wallets are stored on your device, not the server.
Anyone match my 0.5 btc?
48  Bitcoin / Wallet software / what light client/client to use? on: February 08, 2012, 08:19:19 AM
Seeing as there are no threads on here detailing the best light clients/clients, I'm going to try and start one now, because I am looking at which one to get, and I am sure so are many others.
So I ask you this:
What client do you use and why?
49  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Block chains are too long? on: February 06, 2012, 10:26:50 PM
Its really annoying for new people downloading new blocks, there's so many :/ (I'm only halfway through myself, so I use flexcoin for my transactions)
When people start bitcoining in a few years, it will be way worse and may even deter them from using btc. Even later people will be downloading history from tens of years ago, it will take hundreds of hours. Maybe the bitcoin system could be modified so history after 1 year is deleted and replaced with what all the wallets have in, in the history so verification can still occur.
50  Economy / Services / Does feedzebirds pay based on your followers? if so what's the ratio? on: February 06, 2012, 08:13:55 PM
Title says it all :3
51  Economy / Services / Looking for partner in hosting buisness on: February 06, 2012, 10:46:36 AM
Just to let you know, I think we will need 75btc to start, I don't have any money.  Basically, we will sell any server, and have a system with live bitcoin prices as the average mtgox selling price goes up and down.
Would like a partner mostly, because I would rather have someone to talk to about it.
Seeing as we would both contribute about 50 percent of the work, we should split it halfway, but make sure your money is paid off first.
Examples of what we would sell are minecraft servers, teamspeak servers, vps servers, the whole lot.
As for where the servers are from, we shall rent a dedibox, probably a higher tier.
I know, I know. I'm low in stars, I just signed up yesterday. But please trust me on this one, seeing as that person will be helping me at the start he can keep the money himself, all he has to do is prove he has it.

Edit:Any unused space will be used to mine litecoins, because they are optimised for cpu mining. Obviously litecoin mining won't be profitable, but I'll will make a small amount of money, and makes more money than empty space does
52  Other / Archival / Looking for a lender/partner to lend 75 ish btc and help with buisness on: February 06, 2012, 09:21:35 AM
Basically, we will sell any server, and have a system with live bitcoin prices as the average mtgox selling price goes up and down.
Would like a partner mostly, because I would rather have someone to talk to about it.
Seeing as we would both contribute about 50 percent of the work, we should split it halfway, but make sure your money is paid off first.
Examples of what we would sell are minecraft servers, teamspeak servers, vps servers, the whole lot.
As for where the servers are from, we shall rent a dedibox, probably a higher tier.
I know, I know. I'm low in stars, I just signed up yesterday. But please trust me on this one, seeing as that person will be helping me at the start he can keep the money himself, all he has to do is prove he has it.

Edit:Any unused space will be used to mine litecoins, because they are optimised for cpu mining. Obviously litecoin mining won't be profitable, but I'll will make a small amount of money, and makes more money than empty space does Smiley
53  Other / Beginners & Help / Bitcoin Bank? on: February 05, 2012, 12:17:33 PM
If I had rep I would actually do this.
Basically, you give a website 10 btc for example, then in 3 months you get paid back 10 percent more, that's at least 8 percent more than banks pay in a year!
To keep your money safe, I would take these precautions.
Only lend to people with 3 stars on the forum, or people I see as trustable.
Make every lending public, and the status of it(whether they ran away with the money, or they paid it.).
The first lending has a maximum term of one month and 5 btc.
The interest rate is 1 percent a week, so borrowing  10 btc for a month would make you pay 10.4btc back.
If anyone wants to start this with me, I have a lot of expertees in this area, despite my amount of posts XD I signed up today.
What are everyones views?
54  Other / Beginners & Help / Selling tweets for btc on: February 05, 2012, 11:58:47 AM
If I just so happened to have a 15k follower twitter account and offered you to control a tweet for bitcoin, would you pay? Technically it wouldn't be advertising because I'm selling the oppertunity to control a tweet not advertise one my twitter.
The tweet would stay there forever.
Does 0.1 btc for one or 0.25 btc for three tweets sound reasonable?
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