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1  Economy / Collectibles / [Stolen by US Mail] 2014 TOKEN Raven Bit Bitcoin Brass MS 68 4701063 / 19pnCXex on: February 23, 2018, 10:26:55 PM
This coin was stolen by the US Mail while in transit to me.

If you see it for sale anywhere, please report it to me via PM and by posting in this thread. 

I will give a reward, plus you will be doing good so you get Karma points too.

2014 TOKEN Raven Bit Bitcoin Brass MS 68

Envelope was post marked Feb 21, 2018 and arrived empty.

Serial Number: 4701063 / 19pnCXex

Model: 2014 Raven Bit Bitcoin Brass

2  Economy / Gambling / removed on: February 01, 2018, 10:41:49 AM
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3  Economy / Collectibles / WTS: PAPERBACK - Encyclopedia of Physical Bitcoins (Signed #93 / 100) on: January 18, 2018, 05:22:13 AM
I won the PAPERBACK - Encyclopedia of Physical Bitcoins 1st edition, Signed by Author #93 / 100 in a mega raffle organized by Minerjones some time ago.

Its still sealed in the original packaging that I got it in.  This is book number #93 of 100 books that were signed by the author.

Sample picture of a similar book with a different number and Book in unopened original packaging as received from minerjones:

View the following link:

https://imgur.com/a/BWtZv

Anyone that is interested please post with an offer and your country.  All offers to include shipping with tracking.

EDIT ----> SOLD
4  Economy / Collectibles / WTS: PAPERBACK - Encyclopedia of Physical Bitcoins (Signed #93 / 100) on: April 29, 2017, 10:05:54 PM
I won the PAPERBACK - Encyclopedia of Physical Bitcoins 1st edition, Signed by Author #93 / 100 in a mega raffle organized by Minerjones some time ago.

Its still sealed in the original packaging and this is number #93 of 100 books that were signed by the author.

Anyone that is interested please PM me with an offer and country.  I would prefer US shipping, but will do int'l.

5  Economy / Goods / HAVE: Newport and Parliament Coupons WANT: Marlboro [USA] on: May 27, 2016, 09:21:48 PM
Have extra coupons for both of these brands
[Newport] 2 x $5 off Two packs. 2 x $2.50 off a pack. 6 x $1 off a pack. All Newport expire on 6/30/16.
[Parliament] 2 x $2.50 off any style (Expire 7/31/16). 4 x $1.50 off any style (expire 6/30/16)
Any one interested in trading for Marlboro?
6  Economy / Services / CLOSED on: April 26, 2016, 04:57:36 PM
Hello,

Looking for someone with a current version of Adobe Illustrator CC to save a logo file to AI 6.0.

I have a AI EPS file generated by a newer version of AI than the AI 6.0 I currently have.  

This task can be done from the "Save As" menu in AI.

I will provide a JPG proof for you to review the file to check the conversation is accurate.

How much?  
When are you available to do this?
How do I transfer file(s) and how will you transfer file(s)?

Thanks!
7  Bitcoin / Project Development / Coin based shopping carts on: February 10, 2016, 03:09:11 PM
Someone asked me if there was any way to add BTC as a payment method for them. They already sell in USA via ebay, but are old school.  I'm got the fundamentals down with BTC, and am trying to expand my knowledge.

Since etsy, ebay and amazon do not appear to accept BTC, I was wondering if there was a ready made cart or similar type of ebay/amazon/etsy type site that products could be listed on and paid for in USD via BTC.  The BTC would have to be converted very quickly to USD and deposited to an account, in a similar way that a credit card payment does.

Also, for anyone with this kind of experience, what is the best way of doing a simple test run to gauge demand with BTC payments.  Would possibly be interested in lean methods of seeing if BTC would be a viable solution for especially for international customers.

Any tips, advice, links to more info, warnings, etc... would be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance!
8  Economy / Gambling / Some of my favorite bitcoin gambling sites on: January 19, 2016, 09:55:57 AM
Saw a few posts about where to play.

Here is a list of the ones I have played at and my feedback (listed in no particular order)

Most of what I play is slots, dice and some poker.

Cloudbet.com been playing here a while and have done well overall.  Cash outs are the fastest of any site I've played at.  Great selection of slots.  They do have sports betting and a great sign up bonus.

FortuneJack.com
Started playing here recently.  Nice selection of games with some unique to this site.  Have not tried a lot of the games yet.  They have a great promo if you can play 0.2 btc on each of 7 of their game categories in a week (Dice play requirement is 1 btc for this promo).
 
Betcoin.ag I played a lot here, but I slowed down a lot over the last few months, since my luck got super bad at the slots.  I did noticed that the payout tables on some slot games was very different from other sites.   They do have poker and do run some great promos for your first 3 deposits.  Also members get a daily surprise bonus depending on their loyalty level.  I found the casino surprise bonus is a little hard to clear for me, but love when I get betcoin points in the daily surprise bonus as they can be converted into mBTC.  They are planning to run good stakes poker free roll tourneys for members and recently had their first 5BTC poker free roll I believe.

BitCasino.io.  Love the variety and sheer quantity of games.  Excellent promos that are run regularly.  Support has been AMAZINGLY overall.  I've been a little worried about lack of responses from their support regarding a recent promo win of an iPhone 6s.

Nitrogensports.eu - No slots, but great dice and sports betting.  You can even win free sports bets through their dice game.  Got a great free roll program for poker, where you get entered into tourneys depending on the number of hands you play per day/week.  Poker tables are sometimes a little empty.

I also like americas cardroom, full flush poker and bet online.  All three of these sites have allowed me to deposit via Bitcoin although Full flush is working on bitcoin withdrawals when I last checked.  These three sites also accept other forms of payment such as skrill, credit cards, etc...

Feel free to let me know if you have any other questions or have tried any other good sites.
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