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61  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [WTB] Wildstar NEW account KEY or Box on: June 13, 2014, 05:00:24 AM
Hello, just like the title say's I'm looking to buy a Wildstar key or boxed key (brand new, no activated accounts) with Bitcoins. Since I could just as easily buy it with cash, I expect a discount for my Bitcoin purchase Smiley

If you don't have a wildstar key handy I am also accept target/walmart or amazon gift cards so that I can purchase the game.

62  Economy / Digital goods / $400 off Coupon at GAWMiners on: June 10, 2014, 07:54:25 PM
Hello everyone, I have a $400 off coupon for Scrypt/Bitcoin miners at I'm open to taking offers for it, otherwise I will use it myself. There is no minimum purchase needed. IE if your purchase price is less than $400 then you simply get that equipment for free.

Post or PM if you're interested.

Note: Taking payments in goods, services, Bitcoin (preferred) or Western Union only. No paypal, moneypaks or vanilla reloads.

If not sold in about 5 days I will most likely purchase some equipment from them myself for the 6/16/14 shipping date that is upcoming.
63  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Discussion among the public is increasing on: June 09, 2014, 05:53:11 AM
So I usually get pretty excited whenever I hear about people (non-nerds and non-tech savvy) discussing bitcoins. However, today I overhead two physicians talking about buying $300,000 worth of bitcoins in order to protect themselves from the devaluation of the USD. Now I know that $300,000 isn't really THAT much in terms of the bitcoin marketcap, but more importantly is that we may have some of the educated people of the USA start buying bitcoins soon. The mere fact they 1) knew of bitcoin and 2) are considering dumping a large amount of their fiat into it, is a REALLY good sign.

I remember 2 years ago I did not hear a single person in the public discussing bitcoins. 6-8 months ago I began hearing very few people discuss it in passing, usually only in regards to it's recent price increases, and now I'm hearing people discuss bitcoins on a 1-2x per week basis.

Mass Bitcoin adoption is coming....I hope you're all ready for it Cheesy
64  Economy / Service Announcements / GeekCipher Bitcoin and Gaming Forums - Free Bitcoins! on: June 04, 2014, 08:10:47 PM
Hello everyone. I've been a pretty active forum member here and now I'm looking to start up my own Bitcoin + Gaming + other nerd topic forums. I will actively be working to make improvements on it that the community would benefit from.

For now we have bitcoin tipping to users payable in satoshi donations (look to the right of the user names).

More importantly though, everyone gets free bitcoins just for posting and being active within our community. The current rate is 2,000 Satoshi's per post and per thread. Also if you are the creator of an active thread you get the bonus of an extra 200 Satoshi's for every single reply to your thread!

Head on over, check it out and let me know what you think.

GeekCipher Forums:

Satoshi Membership Appreciation Program (SMAP):
65  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Ideas on inexpensive, portable laptop to use as Bitcoin Cold Storage? on: June 03, 2014, 12:26:19 AM
Just like the title says I'm looking to pickup an inexpensive laptop for bitcoin cold storage. Any ideas?

Lightweight, highly portable, good battery life and cheap would be a great combination.
66  Economy / Economics / Anyone Think Bitstamp is Insolvent? Possible BTC Price Drop Incoming? on: May 25, 2014, 04:18:27 AM
Found this today, seems although Bitstamp is making it EXTREMELY difficulty to withdraw both BTC and Fiat currency. Seems like a Mt. Gox 2.0 problem. If they end up being insolvent do you guys think BTC price will increase (due to realized less supply of coins) or go down due to bad media coverage plus people trying to recoup some of their losses?

We kindly ask you to send us a high resolution image of both pages of your international passport and answer the following KYC questionnaire: 1. How did you learn about Bitcoin? 2. The purpose of trading on Bitstamp? Please describe in as much detail as possible how you intend to use your trading account. 3. What is the origin of the deposited Bitcoins? If mining, please specify your hardware specifications and submit a receipt or an invoice for your mining equipment. 4. What are your future plans and activities planned on our exchange? 5. Do you plan more withdrawals in the future? 6. Which bank do you intend to use? Please provide the complete address and SWIFT code. 7. Estimated amount that you would be depositing/withdrawing to/from your Bitstamp account per month (in USD and BTC)?

We kindly ask you to submit your answers and documents in a reply to this ticket.

OK fine, here are the details and my passport (already verified with driver's license and had swift code already entered).

They required that I prove where the coins came from that I sold. I provided the receipt from the exchange. Here is what they came back with.

Thank you for your reply.

Please note that the provided information is for only 5 BTC while you have deposited to and sold on Bitstamp more than xxx bitcoins.

We kindly ask you to send us a signed message of your personal, most used wallet so we can establish the veracity of your statements.

some people may bring about their recent "proof of solvency" of Bitstamp by (whoever the hell that is). It is just a statement though, no blockchain proof. And the PDF is even broken on my PC
67  Economy / Lending / [Closed] Need 5 LTC Loan for 5 hours on: May 22, 2014, 04:21:29 PM
Hello I'm looking for a 5 LTC loan for the next 5 hours while my Litecoin wallet updates. I'll pay you back 5.125 LTC, which is 2.5% interest for a 5 hour loan.

Please send the LTC to this address: Lxxx and post below so everyone else knows not to repeat the send. Any extra transfers will be returned to the sender without any interest, so only the first person please!

If for some reason multiple people claim that they sent me the transaction I will request a signed message or a micropayment to verify who the sender really was. I will not be providing any collateral, its a small loan and for a very small amount of time. I've been a member since 2012 and have conducted business without any problems.

Thank you for your help!
68  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / ATTENTION MINERS OF COINOTRON 5-20-14, 51% Attack Nearing Possibility on: May 21, 2014, 02:55:14 AM
Coinotron is approaching 51% of the total LTC network hashrate. I ask that you all kindly LEAVE coinotron for the time being as the pool operator seems to be incompetent to solve this issue. As most of you are probably holding on to at least some LTC, it is for your own sake that you should leave coinotron, avoid the possibility of a 51% attack and the devaluation of your Litecoins.

See here:

Other pools that you can use: 0% Fees!! 0% Fees!!
69  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] Cheap Server to run Bitcoin Node on: May 21, 2014, 01:19:52 AM
Hello, I'm looking to buy cheap server solely for the purposes of running a 24/7 bitcoin node, as the number of nodes is decreasing and I'd like to contribute. Please post/PM me what you have and the price.

Edit: A long time ago someone had linked a website where you could buy old servers for like $40 (working). I think they were servers that were being retired from some school and they are sold in an online auction (but almost no one bids on them). If anyone has that link I'd be very appreciative.
70  Bitcoin / Press / [2014-05-20] Causes of Bitcoin Price Breakout on May 20th, 2014 on: May 20, 2014, 05:13:45 PM
Today we are noticing a a price breakout on Bitcoin, with a current price of $480.43 on Bitstamp. This comes after a long slippery downhill slope for Bitcoin over the past 5 months from $900 and its all time peak of just over $1160 on November 30th, 2013. This breakout may represent a trend reversal for Bitcoin on its way up to $1,200 per Bitcoin by July 2014 as predicted in my previous Bitcoin price analysis here...

The first possibility may be due to Bitpay raising another $30 million dollars in funding in order to expand their team, including a focus on international Bitcoin Trading. ...

Causes of Bitcoin Price Breakout on May 20th, 2014
71  Bitcoin / Press / [2014-5-19] Using Bitcoins to Send Money Back Home (USA to Uganda, Real Story) on: May 20, 2014, 01:50:05 AM
A common problem with sending cash in the mail to a foreign country is that the mail will simply disappear in the process by foreign postal workers. They will sometimes simply steal the money right out of the envelopes.... is a real-life story below of a family that decided to send money to their family in Uganda using Bitcoins.
72  Bitcoin / Press / [2014-05-17] Lighthouse A Kickstarter Clone Built On Bitcoin on: May 18, 2014, 02:16:22 AM
Vinumeris has recently announced that they have been working on a Kickstarter-like clone that runs on the Bitcoin blockchain. It uses simplified payment verification, so even though it synchronises directly with the block chain performance is as good as a web wallet, states Mike Hearn.
73  Bitcoin / Press / [2014-5-13] Popular Online Bitcoin Stores - Is Newegg and Ebay Next? on: May 13, 2014, 07:48:46 AM
Popular Online Bitcoin Stores - Is Newegg and Ebay Next?

Newegg has stated that it may start accepting Bitcoin at some point. When questioned over Twitter, their response was, Its a possibility, #staytuned....

eBay has filed a patent that is to allow them to start accepting various digital currencies for items sold on their site...
74  Economy / Digital goods / Selling Bitmaintech Antminer S2 1TH/s $400 off coupon for $200 on: May 10, 2014, 10:58:26 PM
Antminer S2 1TH/s are now in stock here: I have a coupon for $400 that I'm willing to let go for $200 (which means $200 in savings for yourself).

They ship within 48 hours of purchase and they always arrive on scheduled time from Bitmaintech. PM or post if you're interested.
75  Economy / Goods / Selling Bitcoin Stickers Only 0.00563 BTC Each! --Free Shipping in the USA on: May 09, 2014, 03:48:17 AM
Hello everyone. I'm happy to announce that I am now selling "Bitcoin Accepted Here" stickers for $2.50 each with free shipping, payable via bitcoin of course Smiley

These stickers can help attract customers to your store by knowing that they can spend their bitcoins on your products. Or they can be used by individuals to promote the usage of bitcoin in the general population.

The stickers are 1.5 inches by 4 inches and are the perfect size for putting on or next to cash registers Visa/Mastercard logos. These stickers also have cut rounded corners for a more professional image.

Current Prices

1 Sticker: 0.00563BTC ($2.50) each
2-10 Stickers: 0.00500BTC ($2.22) each
11+ Stickers: 0.00450BTC ($1.99) each

To send payments please send the correct amount of bitcoins to 1K7tYPWzJn4GhiUftrzeGnvuT35ggxLz3t . If there is a dispute as to who sent the bitcoins I will require the parties involved to sign a message with their address, so make sure you have access to the private keys (this should very rarely or never occur).

When submitting an order please PM me the following information:

1. Number of stickers to be purchased:
2. Number of bitcoins sent
3. Address you want the stickers shipped to:
4. Your bitcoin sending address or transaction link:

Please post or PM for questions and/or purchases.
Have a great day Smiley
76  Economy / Digital goods / [SOLD] ESO Standard Edition Key $50 in bitcoin ($10 off normal price) on: April 11, 2014, 05:43:22 AM
Just like the title says I have an extra copy of Elder scrolls online (ESO) standard edition, which also comes with the explorer pack since it was a pre-order. I am selling the key for $50 in bitcoins. PM me if you're interested.
77  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] EQN Landmark Closed Beta keys on: March 27, 2014, 03:38:04 AM
Hello I have 4 Everquest Next Landmark beta keys for sell. Looking for 0.02BTC each. PM or post if you'd like to purchase them.
78  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] Elder Scrolls Online Digital Standard Edition with 3-day Early Access Keys on: March 23, 2014, 12:17:40 AM
Hello, I'm selling up to 7 keys for the elder scrolls online digital standard edition, which comes with 3 days of early access.

The current price is 0.0971 bitcoins ($55) which is a 8% discount off retail price and also you pay no tax. This deal is good for 48 hours.

The way it works is that you send the bitcoins and I give you 1 key. You then log into your ESO account here: , click on "Redeem Code" under your account summary, enter the code I give you and then your ESO account is activated for the standard edition + 3 days of early access.

If you have any questions feel free to post or PM me. I'm buying these codes with my own card and no need to worry about chargebacks. If you check my trust I paid for a BFL miner months ago with paypal and the guy never complained about any chargebacks. I also have a history of dealing with $1000's of dollars a day in buying and selling diablo gold without any problems. (Search for Lythknight on Ownedcore or I can provide links if people request them).

I've also sold an AMD game key a few months back on these forums without any issues.

This is the process and what the account page looks like once you entered the code (the code redemption screen was pasted on top of the activated account screen)

79  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / [Interest] KNC Titan 100 Mh/s Scrypt Miner on: March 22, 2014, 05:10:22 AM
I'm considering buying a KNC Titan and splitting some of the costs and mining profits with the community by selling shares. I'm thinking of dividing the miner in 100 shares, which would make it 1Mh/s per share. Cost would be $120 per share ($120 per Mh/s) and would come with 6 months of free electricity and cooling costs. After the 6 months the hosting fee would be around 2% to cover for electricity and cooling.

If you're interested post how many shares/MH you'd like so I can get a rough estimate.
80  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / on: March 20, 2014, 12:33:04 AM
Hello, i'm trying to figure out how many bitcoins per day I would get per MH/s. Is there a way I can calculate that from the few stats that are given on the website, or can anyone else tell me how many bitcoins/MH you're getting per day on
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