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1  Economy / Digital goods / WTS Account on: June 24, 2015, 09:01:08 PM
Selling this account.  PM with offers.  Will use mutually agreed-upon escrow.
2  Economy / Currency exchange / Want to Exchange $500 vanilla reload debit for BTC on: May 09, 2014, 02:39:51 AM
Meant to buy a Vanilla Reload, accidentally bought the stupid debit card instead.  I have a copy of the receipt, the card, etc.  I'm not sure if theres anyway to transfer the balance or something.
3  Economy / Lending / Seeking 1 BTC to Expand Lending Operation on: April 02, 2014, 02:39:58 PM
You might have browsed my other thread "Micro Loans/No Collateral".  I'm looking to increase my operation and loan size to a more profitable scale, and in order to do this I need some capital.  I'm looking for a long-term loan of 1 BTC to issue larger loans to reputable forum users.  All borrowers undergo a credit check that involves evaluation of all posts, and must report what they plan on doing with the loan, how they plan on repaying, etc.

My micro loans sometimes end up in gambler's hands.  I will NEVER lend borrowed capital to gamblers, suspected gamblers, etc.  I will NEVER lend over $20 worth of BTC to known gamblers.  A loan of .1 BTC or greater is considered a "large" loan.  Interest will be charged on a sliding scale, and duration of loan will be determined by the borrower, not to exceed 30 calendar days.

If you lend me 1 BTC, you can expect repayment within 3 months at 100% APR which equates to 1.25 BTC (check my math).  I can provide proof-of-income if need be.  I keep detailed excel sheets of loans, wallets, and the like.  I will be 100% transparent with the lender and all business will be done in public on a thread. I currently own .3 BTC in capital i'm using for my micro-loans.  Please post with inquiries.

Thank you as always!
4  Economy / Lending / Micro Loans Available, No Collateral Necessary on: March 24, 2014, 06:52:59 PM
Offering micro loans of up to .02 to full members, no collateral necessary. Interest is fixed at 20%, repayment time to vary from loan to loan but not to exceed 10 calendar days from the start of the loan.  Post with requests.
5  Economy / Lending / .4 BTC Loan to be repaid in 2 weeks on: February 19, 2014, 03:28:48 PM
In need of a loan to make a considerably large ($300) purchase in the next few days.  I was expecting to get paid last friday but I was informed today that I wouldn’t receive that check until the end of the month (Government employee).  Asking for a loan of .4 BTC at 10% interest compounded weekly.  I can offer collateral in the form of my MacBook Pro, ID verification plus proof of employment (The check coming in at the end of the month should be roughly $1800). 

6  Economy / Currency exchange / WTS up to 25 BTC for USD on: December 18, 2013, 09:30:56 PM
Just got super lucky and came across an old wallet from 2011 with 25 BTC on it.  I need to pay off student loans before next semester so they're up for sale. PM me for details.
7  Economy / Lending / Need .13 for online purchase, repay in Vanilla Reload Card on: December 15, 2013, 03:58:04 PM
I'm looking for a .13 ($100) coin loan in order to make an online purchase.  I can repay $120 in Vanilla Reload in a week.  I have collateral in the form of a BTC-e account (i'll offer the credentials) and I can provide a car title for a 2011 Mercedes c300 in my name if need be.  Terms can be negotiated. Thanks!
8  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB .02 BTC via PayPal on: December 14, 2013, 09:48:54 PM
I'm needing to buy .02 coins in order to buy something on Silk Road.  I can be trusted, i've completed PayPal to BTC transactions before.  PM me if interested.
9  Economy / Lending / Need 4.4 Bitcoin floated for 3 days! on: April 10, 2013, 12:23:18 AM
I bought close to $1000 worth of Bitcoins today to pay off a loan from BTCJam and now it's locked up--the block won't confirm and i'm redownloading the chain as a result.  I downloaded a paper wallet while I figure out what the deal is with MultiBit, but in the mean time I need to float 4.4 coins until the I get everything squared away with MultiBit.  I have proof it's in the wallet and everything, and i'll provide a tx-id for the the busted transaction. (See below)

If someone can float me 4.4 coins until next week, I'd appreciate it like none other.  In exchange i'll pay back 4.6.  I strive for positive feedback have paid back all my loans! Again, proof below.

Thanks in advance!

- Lakzo
10  Economy / Lending / 3 Week Term Loan, details inside on: April 04, 2013, 06:36:06 PM
Hey all,

I took out a loan on BTCJam a few weeks back so I could trade a bit on Mt. Gox.  I left the country on business 2 weeks ago and everything is hyper-inflated.  For that reason i'm underwater on the loan.  I've liquidated all my assets and i'm down 3.7 coins.  At present that amounts to roughly $500.  That's about 1/3 a paycheck, which doesn't come until next Friday (4/12).  In order to keep my investors happy, I need to pay back the loan which is already overdue immediately.

My username on BTCJam is Lakzo as well, and i'm 100% verified and have a 100% positive reputation (which i'd like to keep!).  I was thinking of a fixed loan of 3.7 coins with a repayment of 4.1 by next Friday (4/12) at the absolute latest.  I can't create a new listing on BTCJam because i'm overdue, so this will give me some reputation on Bitcointalk as well.  If you have any questions, please let me know! Thanks!
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Rescanning with Mac/Terminal on: February 08, 2013, 06:59:55 AM
Does anyone know the syntax for the command to rescan the block chain using OSX?  I know its something along the lines of:

open -a bitcoin-qt -rescan

but everytime I try to execute it like above I get this long menu of options.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / 0/unconfirmed transaction need deleted on: February 07, 2013, 09:29:40 PM
Can anyone walk me through on downloading/running/using pywallet for Mac?  I need an unconfirmed transaction deleted and i've looked at about every single topic regarding pywallet, and yet i'm still really confused.  I sent a 13-something transaction to BTCjam the other day and about 11 of those coins were 'real'--the other were the result of a double-spend.  They haven't been confirmed by the blockchain  yet.  Here's the tx id:


Thanks for the help
13  Economy / Lending / Need 1.4 coin loan - Will repay at 1.6 in two days! on: February 06, 2013, 01:05:56 PM
Hey all,

I'm kind of screwed at the moment; I transferred 13.58 coins into BTCJam and the transactions showing 0/unconfirmed.  I'm redownloading the entire blockchain and I only have 10000 blocks left (but they're the slowest to download of course).  With that said, I need to make a payment to my investors TODAY to keep everyone happy.  I have perfect feedback on my BTCJam profile, never missed a payment and I don't want to start.  

I just need a quick 1.4 coin loan to make the payment until the blockchain initializes in the wallet and resets everything.  Here's proof of the coins that are sitting as of right now.  Thanks for the help!

14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Possible Wallet Attack on: February 04, 2013, 10:55:18 PM
I was playing around with SatoshiDice as I tend to do from time to time and I sent a bet of .09 coins.  My balance was roughly 10.4 coins and then spiked to 13.38 after I won the bet, though the return should have been .18 coins (grand total in the wallet w/ the win should have been 10.58 coins).  Thinking this was some kind of attack on the wallet I transferred the entire balance immediately to an online wallet.  It showed up in the online wallet but as unconfirmed, and the transaction details list it as having not been broadcast through any nodes yet.

Can anyone advise on possible course of action?  10 (or 13) coins is a lot of money!

15  Economy / Currency exchange / Dwolla for 2.5 Bitcoins on: January 31, 2013, 05:09:58 AM
I finally got Dwolla to work and have $50 as of today in the account. HOWEVER, freakin' Mt. Gox needs to verify my account before they can accept the funds.  SEE: PROOF

If anyone has Dwolla and wants to sell 2.4 coins for $50, PM me!! I have some debts to take care of and the sooner the better :/

Here's my BTCjam account for further verification.  Not trying to screw anyone! I have a 10/10 rep on BTCjam and i'd like to keep it that way!
16  Economy / Lending / 8 Bitcoin Loan Request on: January 30, 2013, 02:40:39 AM
I'm looking to short 8 coins until I can verify my account on Mt. Gox; I haven't used the account in a while and recently discovered that you need to be 'verified' in order to use Dwolla, so now that the ID is all submitted I'm having to wait (it said up to 7 business days) to use Mt. Gox again.

I'm a 10/10 BTCjam user, the highest rating for any member.  Though I'm new to this message board, I assure you that i'm not out to scam anyone and my feedback on BTCjam vouches.

I need 8 coins shorted until next Friday the 8th.  It may not take all 7 business days, in which case I'll have it paid back sooner.  I'm willing to pay 5% interest on the loan, so the final payback amount would be equivalent to BTC8.40.  I have a $350 deposit coming through Dwolla, like I said the only thing keeping me from it is damn Mt. Gox's 'verification' process.  The coins will be used to pay back current lenders, so that I can maintain my reputation.  I'm willing to show proof of ID, etc. 


- Lakzo
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