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1  Economy / Digital goods / Halo 5 Digital Game Code - $53 on: October 28, 2015, 12:14:21 AM
I have a Halo 5 (XBOX ONE) Digital Game code, just bought from Newegg but turns out I have no need for it. Willing to take $53 in BTC.
2  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] $50 Google Play Credit for $40 BTC on: October 24, 2015, 11:42:17 PM
Edit: no longer available.
3  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] Brand new Antminer S5 ($340) on: January 17, 2015, 10:44:32 PM
Edit: Sold
4  Economy / Goods / --sold-- on: October 08, 2014, 05:42:49 PM
Edit: bike is no longer available for sale.
5  Bitcoin / Press / [2014-08-28] Galt's Gulch Chile Yet Another Bitcoin Scam on: August 29, 2014, 12:45:48 AM

It appears that was to be a “fully self-sustaining community” — with a Bitcoin-IPO’d organic farm — won’t have the chance to shake off “the oppression of the over-regulated, over-taxed, war-riddled and welfare-riddled society consuming the world.”

According to Ken Johnson, project manager for GGC:

“there are two, possibly three, Bitcoin wallets, which are all accounted for.”

6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Fastest way to import private keys and send funds? on: June 14, 2014, 05:10:32 PM
Is there a way to import a private key and sign a transaction with it sweeping funds to a new address, on the fly, with Bitcoind? Or, to achieve something like the speed of a private key sweep, would you need to have the blockchain in a database and manually craft the transaction? Any input is appreciated.
7  Economy / Goods / "Entropy is Inevitable" Dark Wallet T-shirt on: May 04, 2014, 11:42:39 PM

Hello fellow crypto enthusiasts! I am excited to announce today that the Tri-color Dark Wallet design is finally printed and in hand. I plan on setting up a checkout / cart system this weekend, but for the time being, check out:

“Entropy is Inevitable”

Support privacy and freedom of speech with this tri-color Dark Wallet T, silkscreened by hand in San Marcos, California.
Only 50 shirts have been made, 32 are currently available.

Price: $18 in Bitcoin, limit 3 per person

Shipping: $5 in North America, $18 outside of North America (includes tracking #)

Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, XL, XXL

Ordering: Contact or btcsql on Bitcointalk to order a T.


All delivery / customer information will remain encrypted and deleted using secure-delete after shipment.

Giving Back:
All sales will accumulate in the 1DARKK address:


10% of all Bitcoin revenue will be donated transparently to the Dark Wallet project at: 31oSGBBNrpCiENH3XMZpiP6GTC4tad4bMy

An online shop will be available soon(ish)™

Shirts are printed on high-quality black Canvas shirts. Canvas is similar to American Apparel but a bit lighter-weight. Fit is on the slimmer side.

8  Economy / Goods / $45.15 Amazon Gift Card for $40 in BTC [SOLD] on: January 05, 2014, 01:09:03 AM
Just took some change to the local coin star and got one of these Amazon Gift Vouchers in return. The value of it is $45.15, asking $40 in BTC. If you are reputable I will send the voucher first.

PM me if you have any questions.

Edit: SOLD to ebildude123 thank you.
9  Economy / Services / Need PHP script utilizing RAWTRANSACTIONS API on: December 16, 2013, 02:18:46 AM

I need a simple script utilizing the bitcoind JSON-API which will take a private key (not from the local wallet) and create a raw transaction sending an amount to a different address, and sweeping the remainder back to the private key's public address, all without the normal delay associated with importing a private key and rescanning the blockchain.

Offering 0.15 BTC
10  Economy / Auctions / [Domain] on: November 28, 2013, 11:46:28 PM
Domain is registered at Can be pushed to your account for free, or transferred out.

Opening Bid: 0.25 BTC
Bid Increment: 0.01 BTC

Auction will close: December 2nd, 5:00 PM (PST).

Feel free to PM me if you have any questions.
11  Economy / Digital goods / for sale on: November 16, 2013, 01:09:36 PM
Hello everyone, is a unique pagerank 2 domain aged 5 years, ripe for development.

Feel free to PM me with offers.
12  Economy / Gambling / Bitoomba Roulette broken, not paying out on: September 09, 2013, 09:03:52 PM
Hello all, this is a public service announcement, based on what I have seen at Bitoomba Roulette. Their system is currently broken, and while 100% fine to take your bet money, is absolutely 100% not paying out winning bets. Beware and do not bet until they get their payout system fixed.

Edit: it's fixed, feel free to delete mods.
13  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS/Trade] Batch 2 Avalon in Hand on: June 29, 2013, 03:20:39 AM
Metallic black 3-module unit in hand hashing comfortably at 81gh/s producing 2.06-2.12 btc per day. Asking price is 175 BTC or 60 ASICMINER shares (either direct, or on BitFunder), will overnight it anywhere in the world. Will escrow w/ John K. if desired.

Reason I am selling is I do not have air conditioning in my room and this summer is going to be hot. While I am keeping the machine at 48C it's basically at the cost of major noise pollution in my room, which is making it difficult to sleep. Kindly PM me if you are interested.

Pics to follow
14  Bitcoin / Hardware / Resolved on: June 19, 2013, 11:05:14 PM
15  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] Bitcoin Domain Names on: May 15, 2013, 06:26:23 AM
Hello everyone,

I have a few bitcoin-related domain names I am interested in selling. Please review the list below and make an offer.

All domains registered at NameCheap.

16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Unable to mine LiteCoins? on: February 11, 2013, 12:29:15 AM
Hello everyone,

In a feeble attempt to try to mine some litecoins, I have tried ScryptMiner and reaper13v4. All attempts to join a pool and start mining result in an error message.
For ScryptMiner, it's "Couldn't connect. Try check user/password." (clearly my user/pass are OK)
For reaper, it's "Couldn't connect to server. Trying again soon.."

I tried disabling windows firewall entirely, and port forwarding 9332, 8080, and 8332 to my internal IP on the router, and nothing. What can I do to open up the path of communication so I can actually see what kind of hashes this computer can generate?

All help is most appreciated, thanks.
17  Other / Beginners & Help / Havelock Investments - My Experience on: February 05, 2013, 10:59:56 PM
A very interesting website which I have been QUITE impressed by thus far. I might be a newb on this forum but I am quite versed in the financial products world, web development, etc, and I must applaud James (of for the incredible project he has put together. I was able to secure some units of the S.DICE pass through fund and all in all it was a very pleasurable experience. I sent funds from my MTGOX account to the funding address and was literally able to buy stock within 15 minutes. It was that fast. Cheers to these Canadian friends, I am excited to watch their site grow as more and more offerings come online.

The ability for us average people to invest in such cool money spinning projects like S.DICE, or any other website potentially for that matter, is innovation of the first tier. I can imagine a world where Webmasters regularly IPO their web properties for BTC.
18  Other / Beginners & Help / My experience with Avalon Asic #2 launch on: February 02, 2013, 03:36:38 PM
Well that was brutal to say the least! I can't post in the ASIC thread due to newbie restrictions, but, considering the amount of money people were putting into this, you'd think any rational person (hell I didn't sleep last night) would just stay up and make sure things went smoothly, I mean 900 grand is no small sum of money. Anyways, launch was supposed to be 9:00 am EST, the "Yes I understand the fine print" button finally linked up to the store.avalon-asics url at 9:30.

And to everyones chagrin it was nearly impossible to add the items to your cart, session info was all messed up, people were seeing other people's shipping details. WalletBit was immediately AFK, and was failing hard on converting the posted price data to bitcoin... pricing the machines at 0.05 bitcoin each.

Finally, some intellectual realized that the Avalon guys were hosting the ecommerce across multiple domains (the pagoda base) which was merking all likelihood of cookies/sessions working out, so the trick was to go to the Pagoda URL, add to your cart, and then instead of clicking check out, manually entering the ?page_id=17 to the pagoda URL, at which point, with a little luck, everything worked out and WalletBit quoted the correct price.

Good luck to all, I don't begrudge these young men for this rough launch, and I can't imagine what is going on in the minds of those two fellows at this moment, but either way it's clear they are not web developers. Which is fine, so long as they deliver, or I at least get an email receipt for the 75.63785 + 0.05 bitcoins I just sent them.

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