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1  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] BFL SC ASIC (56 GH/s) on: November 20, 2013, 08:32:59 PM

I'm selling one BFL SC ASIC miner. It's straight from the hosting facility partnered with butterfly labs. I've got it here in my hand and there is some variance to the speeds and temps of each individual unit; this one here is getting 56 GH/s. There's a small scratch to the black paint that must have happened however they racked them at the data center. It runs great, like it should, only 3 BTC, free shipping to the USA.

2  Economy / Goods / [SOLD] Sapphire 6970 - CHEAP!!! on: January 15, 2012, 12:44:08 AM
Selling Sapphire Radeon HD 6970. It works great. I'm pigeons on #bitcoin-otc on freenode. I can give you references of other users I've sold video cards to in the past if you want.

I'm only asking 31 BTC with free shipping in the "USA" because I'm nice (and need some money). I'll ship elsewhere for the exact shipping cost.

Edit - SOLD
3  Economy / Trading Discussion / #bitcoin-otc + facebook = Zero Exchange?? on: January 13, 2012, 01:19:17 PM
So what do ya'll think about the "Zero Exchange" project?

One description is that it's like #bitcoin-otc ( over facebook.

While at first glance it seems more applicable to LETS than bitcoin, maybe it can enhance the usage of our favorite electronic tokens.

For example:

1.) Robert wants to trade his bitcoins with Alicia for her socks, but he doesn't have enough bitcoins, he can draw on his "credit" with Luke.
Robert is happy to get the socks he wanted but otherwise couldn't purchase, and Alicia is happy to get the bitcoins she wants and now has more eligible buyers than she would have if she didn't use the system. Luke gets his prior obligations to Robert settled, and everyone wins!

2.) See all those large address balances ( What if that value was working for mutual benefit instead of just sitting there?

I'm sure there are better ideas, what are some of them?
4  Other / Off-topic / [Ripple] Announcing on: November 08, 2011, 12:32:09 PM
Here is a great alternative currency/economy project some of you may be interested in:

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Ryan Fugger
Date: Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 8:15 PM
Subject: [Ripple] Announcing
To: Ripple Project

Hi everyone.  I recently launched as a Ripple system that
has a marketplace and discoverable user profiles:

It's basically a social barter network with Ripple as the accounting
system.  To simplify things, since Ripple is already complicated
enough the first time most people encounter it, the only units are
hours, and credit limits are set by users giving each other "hearts"
as endorsements, which is useful by itself as a reputation metric
separate from any Ripple accounting.

I'm hoping that this will be more useful and usable than Ripplepay for
most people.  If it proves useful, I intend to merge Villages and
Ripplepay accounts onto a common backend server, so Villages accounts
would be accessible through Ripplepay as well.  Right now, though I
want to see if Villages can grow given enough attention.

Please check it out and sign up if you'd like to create a profile.
You must be endorsed by an existing user to join, but I will endorse
anyone I recognize from this list who fills out the sign-up form.
Most likely there won't be any users in your area yet, so I'm counting
on you to invite some!  The goal is to enable face-to-face
transactions, not just interaction over the internet.

Let me know what you think.  Thanks.

5  Economy / Goods / Fear of a Black Planet on: November 05, 2011, 05:55:59 PM
Hello Friend,

For just a single bitcoin, you can own one of the most important hip-hop albums of all time, Public Enemy's 1990 FEAR OF A BLACK PLANET.

Chuck D., Flavor Flav, Terminator X, Professor Griff, Big Daddy Kane, Ice Cube, and crew bring you "Welcome to the Terrordome", "Fight the Power" and other controversial and impactful jams.

When I posted this order in #bitcoin-otc I was immediately told this sells for over $6 on Amazon. I must be CRAZY to sell for this price!

FREE SHIPPING in the USA is included.

Contact me now if you want to own a piece of Cassette Tape Culture for your very own.

6  Other / Off-topic / p2p barter exchange on: September 07, 2011, 02:05:39 PM
On Wed, Sep 7, 2011, Evgeni Pandurski wrote:

Circular Multilateral Barter 1.4 Release Announcement

We are pleased to announce that the next stable release of our software
for peer-to-peer barter exchange is now available.

**This release adds an important functionality, that have been missing
in the previous releases!**

-- Implemented new product/trader discovery mechanism.

The idea is that traders can make their list of partners publicly
available. This way they say: "I trust this guys. I checked them out."

There are 2 ways users can view other users' partners:

1) They can click on the name of the partner in their partners list,
then click on the "view trusted traders" link. This way, they can view
the partners of their partners.

2) They can use the public search page that is generated for every
trader. For example:
This search-URL can be used in any third-party website.

-- Minor changes to the manual.

The source code is available at:

"Circular Multilateral Barter" (CMB) is free server-side software for
managing peer-to-peer networks for circular barter exchange.

CMB is aimed at supplying local enterprenours with a way to exchange
goods within a p2p-network, without using money or any other currency,
overcoming the "double coincidence of wants" problem, inherent to
traditional barter.

One thing that distinguishes CMB from other "credit commons" is that all
debts in CMB are person-to-person debts. There is no central
political/administrative unit to decide who deserves to be trusted and
who does not. Because of this, CMB should be able to scale-up very well,
so that local communities can be seamlessly aggregated into larger ones.

CMB allows everybody to issue their own trade-backed currencies, which
others can use to pay each other with. So, one way of thinking of it is
as a "multi-LETS", plus there is a open market place for exchanging one
currency for another (via circular trade).

Here are some of the advantages that CMB offers compared to traditional

* Traditional approaches (fiat money, barter dollars, LETS points)
unfortunately blend social trust into a fragile system of collectivized
credit. CMB makes it possible for individuals to use their own judgement
in choosing whom they are willing to trust. That is: you supply products
to customers who trust you, and you receive products from partners whom
you trust.

* CMB does not suffer the double coincidence of wants problem. The
trader you deliver goods to and the trader you obtain what you need from
do not need to be the same person, so there is much more flexibility for
arranging trades.

* CMB allows virtual money to circulate at infinite velocity so that no
real money is actually needed. That is: trading is not limited by the
global scarcity of money or any other commodity.

* CMB uses money solely as a standard of value for a short period of
time (typically a day). Thus CMB is insusceptible to changes in the
value of money.

Go to to see CMB working!
7  Other / Politics & Society / Liberty Dollars held by collectors subject to seizure as contraband on: September 03, 2011, 01:43:43 AM
Liberty Dollars held by collectors subject to seizure as contraband

Liberty Dollars held by collectors may be subject to seizure as contraband by federal law enforcement, officials with the U.S. Attorney's Office and Secret Service said Aug. 24. It seems that new statements by those two federal law enforcement agencies reverse the position released from the United States Attorney's Office in Charlotte, N.C., and published by Coin World in April.

The new article quotes Jill Rose, chief of the criminal division for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Charlotte, N.C., and the prosecutor who convicted Bernard von NotHaus that the Liberty Dollar medallions are confiscable as contraband regardless if they are being exhibited for educational purposes only.

The most telling new statement in the article comes from the US Secret Service. On Aug. 24, in addition to speaking with Rose, Coin World talked separately with Glen Kessler, assistant special agent in charge in North Carolina for the U.S. Secret Service. Kessler subsequently conferred with his Secret Service superiors as to the potential confiscation and informed Coin World that because the publication has a worldwide audience, he had to defer additional comments to the U.S. Secret Service Office of Public Affairs. George Ogilvie, the public affairs officer for the U.S. Secret Service in Washington, D.C., said Aug. 25 the bureau had no comment on Liberty Dollar and indicated that Coin World would have to call back in a few weeks.

8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Ixcoin, I0coin, future forks: Please respect Freenode Network on: August 16, 2011, 09:09:16 PM
Dear "crypto-currency" bitcoin fork projects,

Freenode runs such a great free service to the community.

Please use another peer discovery method, or your own server, or a different irc network, or AT LEAST, communicate with freenode operators first so they don't spend their valuable time responding to what looks to them like a botnet using their network.


Love ya. Mean it.

<Donate enough ixcoins to xc5RCkt7irRck4feobe4ULQu4mGexpS5Es and I won't release shinier-coin>
9  Economy / Currency exchange / PED for Bitcoins on: August 14, 2011, 10:23:00 PM
I have Project Entropia Dollars (PED) I want to trade for bitcoins.

10  Economy / Goods / [SOLD] Federal Reserve Notes - One Dollar "Star Notes" [CLOSED] on: August 11, 2011, 03:01:29 AM

These are the exact 4 notes you get, you can let me know if you have any questions.

This is from wikipedia:
A star note is a bank note that has an asterisk (*), or star, after the serial number.

These have been used by various countries around the world including Australia and United States.

In the US, The Bureau of Engraving and Printing inspects currency for printing errors prior to releasing notes into general circulation. When notes are discovered that have been printed incorrectly (such as having the serial numbers upside down, etc.) the misprinted "error notes" are replaced with star notes because no two bills within a certain series can be produced with the same serial number.

They are used to maintain a correct count of notes in a serial number run.

By their nature, star notes are more scarce than notes with standard serial numbers and as such are widely collected by hobbyists.

Some of the highest prices paid for modern (post-1928) U.S. banknotes have been for star notes.

Just 0.69 BTC total shipped in "United States" gets all 4!

(Free Shipping!)
PM for Shipping outside the US.

Thank you!


11  Economy / Lending / Loan Request on: August 06, 2011, 01:18:55 AM
I would like to request a 5 BTC loan from IBB, Islamic Bank of Bitcoin for the weekend.
I will pay in full Monday, August 8, 2011 with funds that are tied up in transfer.
Thank you.


Your venture might also want to talk to the guy in the Newbie board about e-dinars:


12  Other / Politics & Society / Kevin is OUT! (Liberty Dollar News) on: June 01, 2011, 01:01:41 PM
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Bernard von NotHaus <>
Date: Wed, Jun 1, 2011
Subject: Kevin is OUT!

Kevin is really out.

Praise the Lord and all of you who have supported Kevin while he was incarcerated!

I am very pleased to report that after almost two years in stinking county jail, Kevin Innes, my male co-defendant in the Liberty Dollar case, was released at 4:PM on Aloha Friday, May 6, 2011!

He is currently living with his wife, Julia, who stood by her man and was the biggest moving force to get him released.

Kevin is currently working on becoming an American citizen and assisting Julia in her dove business of releasing trained white doves at weddings, funerals and other important life events.

Please send a quick email to Kevin via:
Julia can be reached via:
Her website is:
13  Economy / Marketplace / Trading Bitcoins for Online Game Money and Ripplepay IOUs on: March 09, 2010, 10:34:06 PM
If you PM me I will give you my Bitcoins for your Second Life Linden Dollars, Frenzoo Gold Coins, IMVU Credits, or Toribash Credits. I will also give you any of the above for your Bitcoins. I would also like to trade for Ripplepay and could be talked into other alternatives to money.
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