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1  Bitcoin / Press / 2014-11-3 Qntra.net "Court Order: BFL to transfer Bitcoins to Court" on: November 04, 2014, 04:23:20 AM
This judgment also gives the receiver authorization to convert the Bitcoin to dollars.
2  Bitcoin / Press / 19-1-2014 Romanian Bitcoin Billionaire saves OpenBSD on: January 20, 2014, 05:54:08 AM
After an announcement about OpenBSD's financial troubles was posted to #bitcoin-assets Bitcoin Billionaire Mircea Popescu stepped in to save OpenBSD.

As featured on Slashdot.
3  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTT] 1BTC for $125 Reload (Offer pending) on: October 01, 2013, 01:26:12 PM
I would like to trade 1BTC of mine for a $125 Vanilla Reload Card, it is like a Moneypack but on a different network.. I might be somewhat flexible on price if you seem especially reputable, can acquire and trade of of these today, or we've traded before.

The United States Government might have shut down, but Bitcoin endures.

Edit: Offer pending
4  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB: $50 Vanilla Reload Card on: August 17, 2013, 05:31:33 PM
Pretty much as the title says. I have bitcoin and would like dollars on a Vanilla Reload card, because beer. PM offers
5  Economy / Currency exchange / WTS 0.5 BTC for Vanilla Reload on: July 21, 2013, 04:57:48 PM
The title Pretty much sums it up.

Post an offer here if you are interested, and particulars can be worked out over PM.
6  Economy / Currency exchange / WTS - 1 Bitcoin for Vanilla Reload or MoneyPak on: July 19, 2013, 07:25:11 PM
As it says in the Title.

$85 MoneyPak or $82 Vanilla Reload.
7  Economy / Gambling / A Place to sweat your sports bets on: June 18, 2013, 12:40:36 AM
I've been playing with CoinChat a bit recently and decided to set up a SportsTalk room. I'm most in it for the baseball, but there is some interesting hockey tonight with the Bruins and Blackhawks.

If you're stuck in front of the computer during the games come on out and sweat your bets with other bitcoiners.
8  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] $50 MoneyPak on: June 15, 2013, 07:35:39 PM
As the title says, I want to buy a $50 MoneyPak with bitcoin.

9  Other / Off-topic / Baseball fans on: April 30, 2013, 09:43:40 AM
Question here for baseball fans: Who do you think is going to end the season with the highest batting average? Who's going to be all around best on offense? Who is going to be this year's breakout player?
10  Economy / Auctions / [WTS] Painting - Kim Jung Il's Heart Attack on a Train on: April 15, 2013, 04:09:46 PM
In honor of Kim Il Sung day I thought I'd auction of this little piece I put together a while ago.



This 11x14 inch painting depicts the final moments of Kim Jung Il's life as while riding on a train he was the victim of a savage heart attack. The power of the mighty heart as it flips the double bird while shooting fire out of its ass is a stark contrast to the diminutive nature of Kim. This testament to the power of love would make an excellent gift for anyone you care about, or you can keep it as a motivational reminder that you need to make the most of each and every day because that little pump in your chest is going to get tired of putting up with your shit eventually.

This painting was done with oils on canvas and has had roughly 16 months for the paint to dry and stabilize.

The starting price for this auction is BTC0.9 of which BTC0.25 is reserved for the cost of shipping and packing the painting for delivery within the United States.  International buyers will have the BTC0.25 credited to the cost of shipping this work of art abroad. Bids will be accepted on increments of BTC0.1

Bidding will continue until Friday April 19th at 4:30 PM CDT (9:30 PM UTC). Bids within a half hour of a bid preceding the deadline will extend the deadline by another half hour. I will consider reasonable escrow requests.This auction may be ended early if a buyer makes a attractive purchase offer outside of the auction thread for a minimum of BTC5 over the current auction price.
11  Bitcoin / Meetups / Southern Illinois/ StL Meet up on: April 05, 2013, 06:04:02 AM
Is there any interest in a Southern Illinois and St Louis Bitcoin meetup? We might not attact the names other regions do or the number of people, but I'd be interested in anyone else is down.
12  Economy / Digital goods / [Closed][WTB] TracFone Airtime on: March 20, 2013, 06:45:42 AM
I would like to buy one TracFone Airtime code for either 60 minutes or 120 minutes from a member registered with the #bitcoin-otc web of trust. I'll send coin first, but you must be online and authenticated with gribble before I will agree to the transaction.

Purchase accomplished on OTC
13  Bitcoin / Hardware / A different kind of ASIC on: February 01, 2013, 09:48:36 AM
Now that Avalon is delivering a sweet ASIC miner, I'm wondering if there might be interest in developing a different kind of bitcoin mining ASIC. One that celebrates the development Avalon gave us in its small batch artisan high performance computing by making things still more artisan.

Here's what I'm imagining in this new celebratory ASIC:

  • A die size of 1 to five acres
  • Design based on http://rijndael.ece.vt.edu/sha3/publications/DATE2012SHA3.pdf
  • We drive stakes into the ground for attaching nodes and guiding interconnects
  • Cheap speakerwire interconnects
  • USB interface
  • Controlled by Arduino or Raspberry Pi
  • Just maybe abuse some arduino boards to serve as nodes
  • Assembled over the course of one day, maybe an afternoon
  • Target speed of at least one valid mining hash in under fifteen minutes or less
  • Lots of beer and barbecue

Maybe this is the vodka talking and I came up with this just now or maybe I've secretly been planning this for months. This is the internet, I'm probably a dog and not even something adorable like a Corgi or Saluki. Maybe I'm a Caucasian shepherd.

Is this not though, at least a mediocre idea for a bitcoin meetup? We take over a park for a day and in large scale and coarse detail construct a massive tribute to the fact cryptography in a project beloved by nerds, geeks, anarchists, and libertarians has moved from software which has been democratic since the great Stallman the First to fabricating hardware using cutting if not bleeding edge technology.
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