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1  Local / Markt / bitcoin.nl & bitcoin.ml (domeinnamen) on: January 14, 2016, 09:44:47 PM
Heb hier in het verleden wel wat mailtjes voor gekregen maar nooit verkocht, aangezien ze hier maar wat staan te roesten en dat voorlopig niet gaat veranderen denk ik dat ik er maar afscheid van ga nemen als ik een goed bod krijg, dus ik sta open voor biedingen.

Heeft nooit echt een site opgestaan, op de nl heel even in 2010 een webshopje maar dat is het. Tongue

Zie hier het verkoop topic:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1328230.0
2  Economy / Digital goods / bitcoin.nl & bitcoin.ml (domains) on: January 14, 2016, 09:35:16 PM
I may sell bitcoin.nl and bitcoin.ml for the right price.
NL is the TLD for The Netherlands and this country scores high when it comes to adoption rates of bitcoin so if you have a bitcoin related business or want to start one that also deals in this country and/or Flanders in Belgium this definetly is a domainname you want.

ML is the TLD for Mali, I registered it to prevent typosquating but obviously it's a great domainname on it's own.

I prefer to sell them both at once, if you want the .nl you probably also want the .ml to prevent typosquating/scams anyway. But it's obviously not a strict requirement to buy them both.

So whoever is interested in these bitcoin domains can make a realistic offer since I don't have the time at the moment to do anything with them.

Offers can be made in this thread, by pm or by mail.

I accept Bitcoin and Litecoin as payment.

similar domainname sales:
Bitcoin.ly    $5,250    December 2015
Bitcoin.com.au    $31,200    November 2014
Bitkoin.com    $X,XXX    July 2014
Bitcoin.ceo    $X,XXX    May 2014
Bitcoin.com.au    $23,000    April 2014
Bitcoin.me    $10,000    December 2013
Bitcoin.biz    $2,800    March 2013
Bitcoin.us    $17,500    December 2012
Bitcoin.de    $20,312    June 2011
Bitcoins.de    $20,312    June 2011

Blockchain.nl    $2,253    August 2015
3  Other / Meta / Watch out for phishing PMs! on: November 17, 2013, 12:31:24 PM
Got the following PM:

Be careful where you mine and exchange bitcoins for money. Most mining pools are a scam, bitcoin exchanges too(they will hold your money for months), look in the scammers section and see for yourself deleted url

The url went to a page that looked exactly like the login form of the forum.
Check the url if you get a PM with a link in that supposedly directs you to a forumtopic! They try to trick you into believing you are logged out!

This url was sent to more people from what I could see, so don't give away your password, if you did, change it ASAP!
4  Economy / Currency exchange / Paypal -> Bitcoin (small amounts) on: August 06, 2012, 03:36:57 PM
I know it is a risk for the person that will sell me bitcoins for paypal, but I sometimes have very small amounts on Paypal that I would prefer to transfer to bitcoins. I can only give you my word that I'm trustworthy and that I'm not going to jeopardize my account here for such small amounts of pp money.

pp amount I have at the moment I want to transfer from pp to btc:
19.99 euro

Don't need to be transfered all in onces and I'll update this topic when I have new pp money needing to be exchanged for btc.
5  Other / Off-topic / Anyone here knows if aurumxchange.com is trustworthy? on: December 31, 2010, 11:40:44 AM
I did some research and they seemed fine, so I ordered some LRUSD with them and paid the ordered amount.

Now I've got an email from them with the following:
"Barclays bank have informed us that your payment for the order has been received, however, as part of their KYC complaiance requirements, they have requested us to provide them with the following documentation from you.

- A clear scan of your National ID document, Driver's License, Passport, or any other government issued Identification document."

It can be perfectly fine, but still I'm a little bit suspicious to send my id, and the story of the bank holding a payment till they get the id of the person who paid it just sounds weird.  Undecided
6  Economy / Marketplace / bitcoinexchange.com on: December 09, 2010, 06:59:29 PM
Is there any news about bitcoinexchange.com?

I always buy my coins from them but they are down for a little time now.
Anyone knowing what is going on and how long before they will be up and running again?

Other easy ways of buying bitcoins with euro bank transfer are also always welcome, because at the moment I can't buy any coins.  Embarrassed
7  Economy / Marketplace / Win 100.000 BTC on: August 09, 2010, 01:05:52 PM
Ok, I was thinking of making a person the first Bitcoin miljonair, but because this would probably take to long and I first want it to be fully automated, I changed it to 100.000BTC.
The idea of making a 1.000.000 bitcoin lotery isn't gone but I first will see how this runs.

The concept is pretty easy, you can buy pixels on my site and use those for advertising.
I ask 0,10BTC/px and I sell them in blocks of 10x10, so you can buy one block for 10BTC.
If all blocks are sold, I got 100.000BTC, and those Bitcoins I will put in a lottery.
Than I use a random generator to generate a number, if this number is the same as one of the id's of your blocks, you win 100.000BTC.

The idea is far from new, the only difference is, I put all the money back into the lotery.
And I'll be happy with some donations Smiley
use this address for those bitpixel related donations, I prefer not to use your payment address you get when buying pixels. 1FwU182VEcLzFLCoFE4qGA74wVSqjAp61W

Also don't examine the texts on the site to much, they will normally be rewritten today or tomorow by my girlfriend.
They schould be understandable but probably gramaticair not fully correct English. (I wrote them and English is not my native language, lol)

So if you need some advertisement for your site or just want a chance of winning those 100.000BTC or both, visit following site:

http://bitpixel.bitcoin.nl
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin graphics on: August 03, 2010, 11:21:06 AM
I believe in Bitcoin but I can't contribute to this project with reviewing or writing code, because I simply can't program.  Wink
So I simply do what I can, and that is spreading the word, and because a picture says more than thousand words, I made some graphics.

You can use them freely for whatever you want, ofcourse if you use them or like them, a donation is always welcome (1MifMqtqqwMMAbb6zr8u6qEzWqq3CQeGUr)  Grin

Because something that runs on Linux isn't fully complete without a fanmade Tux, I present to you the first Bitcoin Tux:


And for those who like userbars:


A golden Bitcoin:

The big version can be found here: http://bitcoin.nl/graphics/bitcoin_gold.png

A euro style bitcoin:

The big version can be found here: http://bitcoin.nl/graphics/bitcoin_euro.png

A golden Bitcoin v2:

The big version can be found here: http://bitcoin.nl/graphics/bitcoin_goldv2.png

Donate button:






Accept button:


I'll make some more, so if you have any sugestions or requests, just ask them here and I'll see what I can do. Smiley
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