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101  Economy / Lending / Need 4 BTC Loan on: August 31, 2013, 07:25:07 AM
Hello,

I'm looking for a 4 BTC loan so that I may purchase an additional ASIC miner. Loan will be paid back at 4.5 BTC within 60 days. My current ASIC miners make 3 BTC a month. If the difficulty increases to a point where it wont get my BTC back, I already have 1 BTC put aside and I have no problem converting cash to BTC via coinbase if necessary.  Payments would be made on a weekly or monthly basis (your choice).

Here is my rep from when I used to trade $100's of dollars a day in Diablo gold, never ever cheated anyone.

Reputation from my diablo gold selling days:
http://www.ownedcore.com/forums/diablo-3/diablo-3-buy-sell-trade/352134-us-diablo-3-gold-best-prices-safe-trusted-instant-delivery.html
http://www.ownedcore.com/forums/diablo-3/diablo-3-buy-sell-trade/352086-diablo-3-gold-us-servers-private-buyer-paypal-verified.html
102  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] BFL Jalapenos on: August 27, 2013, 02:47:57 AM
Post or PM your offers. Looking to buy 1-6 of these guys.
103  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] 6 ASIC Block Erupters on: August 26, 2013, 04:26:02 PM
Just like the title says I'm looking to buy 6 ASIC block erupters. Feel free to post below or send me a PM. I can buy them brand new for 0.33 BTC so offers must be lower than that.
104  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] NMC for BTC or Paypal on: July 15, 2013, 02:32:02 AM
The current rate I'm paying is about 200 NMC for 1 BTC, which can/will change depending on market prices.

I prefer to trade your NMC for my BTC, but I can also do paypal for a 5% fee.
105  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] ASIC Block Eruptor USB Miners on: July 13, 2013, 10:50:41 PM
If you suddenly realized that you will have very little to no ROI on your ASIC block eruptors, I will buy them off you for less than what you paid ( Shocked ?). Send me a PM.
106  Economy / Goods / [WTS] Autozone and Magazines.com Gift Cards on: July 13, 2013, 10:31:48 PM
Would anyone be interested in an Autozone or magazines.com gift card in exchange for BTC? Post what gift card amount you want below and I'll give you a quote!

107  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Stolen BTC? on: July 02, 2013, 07:25:19 AM
Can someone take a look at this and try to figure out what is going on? I sent 0.001 BTC to the 1kny address. What is going on with that 0.02xxxx BTC that is going to 19xv?

Edit: Silly me, I meant to add this: https://blockchain.info/tx/3d961e64188bd1d7ec01749806063d505e84d6c4d3e019b82bb811e61221e7f6?show_adv=true

address I was sending to: 1KnyGG1sySxmCGAD2AAukCWPT8T1o22rhK

transaction ID: 3d961e64188bd1d7ec01749806063d505e84d6c4d3e019b82bb811e61221e7f6
108  Economy / Services / Lyth0s ASIC Hosting and BTC Hashing Power Payouts on: July 01, 2013, 10:31:41 PM
Hello, I will be offering two services for bitcoin mining for people that may be interested. The two services I will be offering are listed below.

1) I can host your ASIC miners at my facility in southern California for a small fee (based off of GH/s). Electricity costs would be "free" to you as it would be included within the flat percentage based fee. This service may be beneficial for people that:

    A) Do not want their homes to become hot
    B) If you live in an area with a high electricity fee
    C) If you don't have a PC setup 24/7 to control your miner
    D) If you already use a lot of electricity per month (IE Tier 3 home users = 21 cents/KWh instead of Tier 1 homes costing 9 cents/KWh).


2) My second service is bitcoin hashing power payouts. In this setup you would keep your bitcoin miner at your facility and you would mine at a pool under one of my workers. Once you reach the amount of BTC generated for your gift card/payout I would purchase it for you and send it online (IE amazon), wire transfer (IE Moneygram) or mail (IE cash and other gift cards). If you have a bitcoin miner and you would like to receive any of the following payouts for their hashing power, this service may be of use to you:
   
    A) USD Cash (mail)
    B) Paypal (limited amount on a per month basis)
    C) Moneypak
    D) Visa/Mastercard Prepaid Cards
    E) Amazon Cards
    F) Walmart Gift Cards
    G) Moneygram or Western Union
    H) Other gift cards


I understand that I have essentially 0 reputation on this website so I expect the initial interest to be low. Once I have my first few customers I'm sure they will leave excellent reviews. I am a business man by nature and I am an extremely honest/fair person.

Before I was into Bitcoin I used to buy/sell/trade a lot of Diablo 3 currency. The two links below should have about over 100+ positive reviews combined and I can confirm that it is me by making a post somewhere if there is any doubt. I only have 1 trade on OTC Web of Trust (which is positive).

http://www.ownedcore.com/forums/diablo-3/diablo-3-buy-sell-trade/352086-diablo-3-gold-us-servers-private-buyer-paypal-verified.html
http://www.ownedcore.com/forums/diablo-3/diablo-3-buy-sell-trade/352134-us-diablo-3-gold-best-prices-safe-trusted-instant-delivery.html
http://bitcoin-otc.com/viewratingdetail.php?nick=lyth0s&sign=ANY&type=RECV


The fee's are very variable depending on what service you desire and what payout methods you choose so feel free to post below or PM me with the details of the arrangement you would like and I'll PM you back with a quote.

I am open to hear any comments, questions or suggestions!
109  Other / Beginners & Help / Buying 1BTC with paypal, good rep on ownedcore.com on: September 08, 2012, 10:12:16 PM
I'm new to bitcoin and I would like to buy 1 BTC to get started. I would like to purchase the BTC either at mtgox_lastprice or just below mtgox_lastprice. I have a good rep on a game gold buying/selling website called ownedcore.com and I can PM you on it.

I'm leaving for about 2 hours, but I will be back around 5:30PM PDT USA. If you are interested just leave a reply below or pm me and we can do business when I get back.





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