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1  Economy / Collectibles / [WTS] FUNDED 1 BTC 2011 Casascius BRASS Physical Bitcoin - Unprotected/Ungraded on: December 14, 2017, 05:29:25 PM
1.25 BTC or best offer
Prefer CASH or WIRE
2  Economy / Collectibles / [RESERVED AUCTION] Gold plated Casascius Bearer Bar - 0.001 BTC Funded. on: October 17, 2017, 03:29:57 PM
Own a piece of Bitcoin History.  Rare, limited edition Casascius Bitcoin Bearer Bar.

0.45 BTC starting bit.
0.01 Increments.

bona fide bids will post unused btc address with funded with bid amount.


Bar was purchased from Casascius "unfunded" but there is 0.001 BTC on the address.

You can check the Casascius address list here.

This bar was received and held unprotected so there are scratches and blemished on the bar as you can see from the photos below but its still a pretty item.

I reserve the right to reject any bit under 1 BTC.

Shipping included in purchase price.

Thank you.

3  Economy / Collectibles / BTC Token with a 5 on it. - Best Offer on: October 16, 2017, 09:20:07 PM
4  Economy / Collectibles / Unopened Unfunded .999 Silver Wallet #046 - Best Offer on: October 16, 2017, 09:07:37 PM
5  Economy / Collectibles / Nominally funded Gold Plated Casascius Bearer Bar on: October 16, 2017, 09:01:57 PM
6  Economy / Collectibles / UNFUNDED 1 BTC Brass Casascius Coin - Best Offer on: October 16, 2017, 08:58:00 PM
7  Economy / Collectibles / Unfunded Bitcoin Token - Best Offer on: October 16, 2017, 08:56:07 PM
8  Economy / Collectibles / unfunded 25 BTC Token - Best Offer on: October 16, 2017, 08:54:00 PM
9  Economy / Collectibles / Bitcoin Lapel Pin - Best Offer on: October 16, 2017, 08:52:39 PM
10  Economy / Collectibles / Loaded 1 BTC Silver Casascius Physical Bitcoin - (2013) on: September 29, 2017, 12:35:22 AM
Loaded 1 BTC Silver Casascius Physical Bitcoin - Mint Condition.  In plastic case.
Looking for best USD Price
11  Economy / Collectibles / [WTS] Mint Condition 10 BTC Casascius Silver Physical Bitcoin 2012 on: May 18, 2017, 06:30:29 PM
Still Loaded
1 Troy Oz. Silver
Mint Condition
In Case
with Box.

Selling in NYC.
12  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS] OKPay for [BTC] Up to $1000USD on: July 09, 2014, 07:50:31 PM
Instant Transfer from Verified Account.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / 2014-04-14 2nd annual Virtual Currencies Compliance Conference on: May 14, 2014, 08:41:41 PM

National Money Transmitters Association, Inc.
12 Welwyn Road, Suite C
Great Neck, New York 11021
 (516) 829-2742

May 14, 2014
Dear Colleague,
We are excited to announce the 2nd annual Virtual Currencies Compliance Conference ("VC3-2014") to be held on August 13th 2014. The setting once again will be the beautiful New York City Bar Association building, located in Midtown Manhattan, so please mark your calendar!
VC3 was created last year to provide an overview of the US regulatory landscape for those virtual currency firms FinCEN had recently dubbed "money transmitters." We thought those firms might have a lot of questions about the new legal environment they had just entered. In the time that has passed since then, the large number of regulatory inquiries that we receive almost daily, confirm how true that conjecture turned out to be.
This year, VC3-2014 will drill down further, focusing on getting practical advice to those who need it. We will explore ways start-ups can succeed, in spite of the many compliance challenges they face. We will look at:
Doing "Remote KYC" - Most virtual currencies firms will be doing business on the web, and so will have to get to know their customers with no face-to-face, in-person interaction. We will examine the methods available, the choices that firms must make, and analyze the trade-offs involved.
Designing the Operation - All money transmitters must create and administer compliance programs that are reasonably designed to detect, prevent and report money laundering. We will look at exactly what that entails for virtual currency firms, and the systems and controls they must build.
Complying With Legal and Regulatory Requirements - There is sometime confusion and concern - even for regulators - when money transmitter requirements are applied to the virtual currency realm. Selling virtual currencies is a unique form of money transmission, radically unlike any other. It demands that we implement - and sometimes invent - procedures that adapt to existing norms, with as little friction as possible. 
The importance of a knowledgeable compliance officer who knows how to automate compliance
Best practices for setting and enforcing dollar thresholds
How software and transaction monitoring should be set up for virtual currencies
How regulatory compliance can bring trust and legitimacy to the industry
An investor's perspective on the importance of compliance
Prepaid access regulations and compliance as they relate to virtual currency operations
We are getting an earlier start than we did last year, so we want to hear from you: we want to know what topics you think are most pressing, where you believe the most danger - and the most opportunity - will come from. If you are interested in participating, or if you have any thoughts or ideas you would like to share, please contact me or VC3's Event Coordinator, Brian Nelson, at Speaking and sponsorship opportunities are available.
As a completely separate event, I will be giving an all-day class on general AML compliance topics on August 12, 2014, the day before VC3. Sign-up forms for both events will be up next week.
I look forward to greeting you at VC3-2014, in August!
14  Economy / Scam Accusations / Scammer Gox1234567 on: March 16, 2014, 06:27:23 AM

This guy's data is fake.  This act was not in the 2011 dump or are any of the account details in the 2014 Gox data dump. 

15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Cryptocurrencies: The New Coin of the Realm? Is the Dollar Doomed? on: February 13, 2014, 04:44:45 PM

In 2009, the mysterious and pseudonymous Satoshi Nakamoto launched Bitcoin, the world's first online cryptocurrency. Backed by no government or hard assets, the currency's value has skyrocketed and plunged repeatedly. And yet, a diverse group of entrepreneurs, businesses and would-be money launders has followed Bitcoin's trajectory avidly. The receptivity indicates a real demand for an Internet-centric medium of exchange, without banks and without fees. Yet the rise of "criminal eBays" like the Silk Road, which allow for the anonymous purchase of illegal items with the cryptocurrency, have also brought the digital cash to the attention of government authorities. Beyond monitoring illicit activity, should regulators have a role in this new financial system? Could Bitcoin-or another cryptocurrency-become a universal alternative currency? Will we ever be able to use a cryptocurrency at our local bodega?

Miles Kimball
Professor of Economics, University of Michigan

Justin Wolfers
Senior Fellow, Brookings
Professor of economics and public policy, University of Michigan

Matt Yglesias
Business and Economics Correspondent, Slate
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / BEWARE: More Coinbase Phishing on: February 12, 2014, 08:04:07 PM
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Honey Badgers: Masters of Mayhem on: February 12, 2014, 01:59:41 AM
Premieres Wednesday, February 19, on PBS.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Secretary Lew Sends Debt Limit Letter To Congress on: February 07, 2014, 10:09:49 PM
February 7, 2014
The Honorable John A. Boehner
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Mr. Speaker:

I am writing to follow up on my previous letters regarding the debt limit and the Department of the Treasury's ability to continue to finance the government.

As you know, the Continuing Appropriations Act, 2014 temporarily suspended the statutory debt limit through today, February 7, 2014. Because Congress has not acted to approve normal borrowing authority, Treasury must begin implementing extraordinary measures that enable us, on a temporary basis, to protect the full faith and credit of the United States and to continue paying the nation's bills.

As I have noted previously, these measures are more limited than in past debt limit impasses. When I last wrote to you in January, I estimated that Treasury likely would exhaust extraordinary measures in late February. Given the heightened variability of cash flows during tax season- which began last Friday, January 31 - it is difficult to forecast with any certainty when Treasury will exhaust its borrowing capacity. Based on our best and most recent information, however, we are not confident that the extraordinary measures will last beyond Thursday, February 27. At that point, Treasury would be left with only the cash on hand and any incoming revenue to meet our country's commitments.

In light of the unpredictability of tax refund payments, it is even more difficult to forecast accurately the amount of cash that Treasury will have after our borrowing authority is exhausted. We currently estimate that the amount will be approximately $50 billion. That number, however, could be materially higher or lower, depending on the pace of tax refund filings. Regardless, any foreseeable cash balance would be exhausted quickly. In previous years, the Internal Revenue Service has issued as much as $10-15 billion in refunds on a single day and nearly $40 billion in a single week. Moreover, net daily expenditures for the government can be as high as$60 billion on certain days. If Treasury has insufficient cash on hand, it would be impossible for our nation to meet all of its obligations for the first time in history.

Protecting the full faith and credit of the United States is the responsibility of Congress because only Congress can extend the nation's borrowing authority. No Congress in our history has failed to meet that responsibility, and time is short. Extraordinary measures are likely to be exhausted in less than three weeks. Congress is scheduled to be out of session for part of that time, and it would be  a mistake to wait until the last possible minute to act. As such, I respectfully urge Congress to move as quickly as possible, raise the debt limit, and provide certainty to the economy and to the financial markets.

Jacob J. Lew

Identical letter sent to:
The Honorable Nancy Pelosi, House Democratic Leader
The Honorable Harry Reid, Senate Majority Leader
The Honorable Mitch McConnell, Senate Republican Leader
The Honorable Dave Camp, Chairman, House Committee on Ways and Means
The Honorable Sander M. Levin, Ranking Member, House Committee on Ways and Means
The Honorable Max Baucus, Chairman, Senate Committee on Finance
The Honorable Orrin G. Hatch, Ranking Member, Senate Committee on Finance
All other Members of the 113th Congress
Anthony Reyes is the New Media Specialist at the United States Department of the Treasury.

19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / 2014-02-06 CFR.ORG Voices of the Next Generation with Gavin Andresen on Bitcoin on: February 06, 2014, 06:02:46 PM
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Free Shrem on: February 01, 2014, 11:47:18 PM
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