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1  Economy / Currency exchange / [Have] Bitcoin. [Want] PayPal! on: January 05, 2017, 08:57:45 PM
I am looking to trade my bitcoin for your Paypal.  I am looking to receive  +5%, based on preev.  Right now, I could use about $500 worth.

This offer is only good for trusted forum members.  Sorry, nothing personal, if I don't accept your offer. 

Please pm or post here if you're interested.

Thanks!  Smiley
2  Economy / Collectibles / [AUCTION] Limited Edition Collectible Mug Made in Nicaragua! #10/10 on: December 15, 2016, 12:00:48 AM

This is a quick auction, ending Friday, at 7 PM EST, which is 12 AM Forum time.

A description from the original thread:

ONE-OF-A-KIND MUGS!  NEVER TO BE SEEN AGAIN!

These mugs were hand-made from clay that came from volcanic ash in Nicaragua.  The artisan who designed these pieces makes pottery for a living, in a small town one hour away from Granada, Nicaragua.  He made them in his workshop, which is in his house. ( https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1644516.0;all )

As I was rummaging through my Trump mug collection, I noticed that one of them was indeed a BTC mug, labeled 10/10.  Magical!  But here it is:





I will start this auction with a minimum bid of .01 and you can bid in increments of .001 for the short pockets in the crowd  Smiley

Please pay to this address:

12Dgsw144xERVz11CTKPwsnGEzefjbUjnK

Auction Rules
Starting bid: .01 BTC
Increments:  .001 BTC
Shipping: to be paid by winning bidder.
Ending time: Friday, 7:00 PM , December 16th, EST time. (Saturday 12 AM Forum time)
Sniping: Bidding within 15 minutes of ending adds 15 minutes to the auction.
Payment: Expected within 48 hours (can be negotiated further beforehand)
If the forum experiences downtime, I reserve to add time to the auction.
Buyer pays shipping.  If winning bid is not from the U.S., shipping will go from me to minerjones to you.
If you need escrow, minerjones is my go-to guy.  If you have another preference, I am flexible.  Buyer pays escrow. 

And let the bidding begin!   Smiley
3  Economy / Collectibles / [Auction] 2013 Casascius .5 BTC. 48 hour auction! on: December 08, 2016, 12:03:10 AM
This is a quick auction, ending Friday, at 7 PM EST, which is 12 AM Forum time.

This .5 is a less expensive way to add to your physical crypto collection.








Shipping is provided by minerjones.  If you would like to use escrow, you can use him as well.  Buyer pays fees.

Otherwise, payments go to this address:

12Dgsw144xERVz11CTKPwsnGEzefjbUjnK


The specific coin on uberbills:

https://casascius.uberbills.com/?address=12Cda1qiB31JYa8dfNfvaRRWmRw6LZtVxP


Auction Rules
Starting bid: .5 BTC
Increments:  .01 BTC
Shipping: to be paid by winning bidder.
Ending time: Friday, 7:00 PM NYC time. (Saturday 12 AM Forum time)
Sniping: Bidding within 15 minutes of ending adds 15 minutes to the auction.
Payment: Expected within 48 hours (can be negotiated further beforehand)
If the forum experiences downtime, I reserve to add time to the auction.


Good luck  Smiley
4  Bitcoin / Meetups / Boston Bitcoin Meetup December 17th! on: December 06, 2016, 01:17:01 AM

We are a small group of bitcoin traders and enthusiasts that are meeting in Boston. This event is an opportunity for us to help the community learn more about bitcoin and security in peer to peer systems.

All are welcome

Here is a link to tell you more:

https://www.meetup.com/meetup-group-DKpJQLDL/events/235840618/?a=socialmedia

Hopefully, we will see you there!  Cheesy
5  Economy / Collectibles / [Auction] 2011 Casascius 2011 v2! 2 day auction! on: December 05, 2016, 01:18:08 AM
This is a quick auction, ending Tuesday, December 6th at 6 PM EST, which is 11 PM Forum time.

There are fewer than 440 active 2011 v2 Casascius 1btc out there, and this could be yours if the price is right!








You will notice that the holo does have vertical scratches as well as a spot at 5 o clock.   The coin came in the plastic package that is in the second image.  My guess is that is what caused the damage to the holo.


Shipping is provided by me.  If you would like to use escrow, you can use minerjones or another agreed upon escrow.  Buyer pays fees.

Otherwise, payments go to this address:

12Dgsw144xERVz11CTKPwsnGEzefjbUjnK


The specific coin on uberbills:

https://casascius.uberbills.com/?address=16fMKmh3jeVVTiBmUYz6jcJ5yeS2oxvAba

Auction Rules
Starting bid: 1 BTC
Increments:  .05 BTC
Shipping: to be paid by winning bidder.
Ending time: Tuesday, December 6th, 6:00 PM NYC time. (11 PM Forum time)
Sniping: Bidding within 15 minutes of ending adds 15 minutes to the auction.
Payment: Expected within 48 hours (can be negotiated further beforehand)
No new accounts that are less than 1 month old.
If the forum experiences downtime, I reserve the right to add time to the auction.


Good luck to all!  Cheesy
6  Economy / Collectibles / [Auction] 2013 Brass Casascius .5 BTC! Ends in less than an hour! on: November 30, 2016, 09:29:07 PM
This is a quick auction that will end in less than an hour!   Cheesy

For your pleasure:  This 2013 Brass Casascius .5 beauty can be yours if the price is right!  This auction will start at .1 to give everyone a chance to bid.







Shipping will be provided by minerjones.  If you would like to use escrow, you can use his services as well.  Buyer pays fees.

Otherwise, payments go to this address:

12Dgsw144xERVz11CTKPwsnGEzefjbUjnK


The specific coin on uberbills:

https://casascius.uberbills.com/?address=12CS4Z1ZhAefHkGrumrsS9gvHCKJK13V1t

Auction Rules
Starting bid: .1 BTC
Increments: 0.005 BTC
Shipping: to be paid by winning bidder.
Ending time: Friday, December 2nd, 7:00 PM NYC time.
Sniping: Bidding within 15 minutes of ending adds 15 minutes to the auction.
Payment: Expected within 48 hours (can be negotiated further beforehand)


Good luck to all who take part in this auction   Smiley
7  Economy / Collectibles / [Auction] One silver gilt 1 BTC Casascius!!! on: November 25, 2016, 10:22:24 PM
This beauty is ungraded and new on the market!  There are just 445 of these, and this one could be yours!

 



Shipping will be provided by minerjones.  If you would like to use escrow, you can use his services as well.  Buyer pays fees.

Otherwise, payments go to this address:

12Dgsw144xERVz11CTKPwsnGEzefjbUjnK


The specific coin on uberbills:

https://casascius.uberbills.com/?address=1Ag4rFXhcg7dks7cveH1dhxe9tLsTS2xnS

Auction Rules
Starting bid: 1.0 BTC
Increments: 0.005 BTC
Shipping: to be paid buy winning bidder.
Ending time: Wednesday, November 30th, 7:00 PM NYC time.
Sniping: Bidding within 15 minutes of ending adds 15 minutes to the auction.
Payment: Expected within 48 hours (can be negotiated further beforehand)

Good luck to all!  Smiley
8  Other / Beginners & Help / I am having a hard time with Bitcoin Core, and I'm thinking of firing it. on: October 22, 2016, 12:37:39 AM
I am a very non-technical person.  It took my computer- a MacBook Air  early 2014.  After installing Bitcoin Core earlier this year, I noticed that my computer started slowing down.  I keep getting a "your startup disk almost full" message.  I took it to the apple store and they showed me thru Daisy Disk app that Bitcoin Core is the cause of my computer's performance. It is taking up too much memory- out of my 120 GB, it is taking up over 88 GB.

I am willing to trash it.  I see no reason to keep it, if that is what is slowing my computer down.  I have a little pixie dust in it.  Other than anyone asking me to claim an address I used once in this forum, is there any consequence to getting rid of it?

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
9  Economy / Collectibles / Limited Edition Collectible Mugs Made in Nicaragua!!! on: October 12, 2016, 05:38:22 PM
ONE-OF-A-KIND MUGS!  NEVER TO BE SEEN AGAIN!

These mugs were hand-made from clay that came from volcanic ash in Nicaragua.  The artisan who designed these pieces makes pottery for a living, in a small town one hour away from Granada, Nicaragua.  He made them in his workshop, which is in his house.















Because of limited time and resources, I could only get a few of these made.  They are signed and numbered by the artist.  He did have a little quirkiness to his numbering, however. 

What he made:

10 Trump Mugs, numbered 2/10, 3/10, 4/10, 5/10, 7/10, 7/10, 8/10, 9/10, 10/10, and 11/10. 


10 BTC Mugs, numbered 1/10, etc, except instead of 10/10, there is an 11/10

3 BTC tea cup and saucer sets, numbered 1/10, 2/10, and 3/10.

I did not notice his numbering until too late.  I am selling these for $20, plus shipping.  All proceeds go to the Nicaraguan family who helped me get these made.

BTC price can be determined at the time of the sale.  Escrow is welcome.

I will be keeping the 11/10 BTC and Trump mugs, because I drink coffee, and also because my whole trip was really an 11/10  Cheesy

Get these limited edition coffee mugs now before they get sold out!


Thanks!

TommyBitcoin
10  Economy / Goods / [Interest Check] Cigars, coffee, hot sauce, handcrafted stuff from Nicaragua on: June 22, 2016, 07:59:00 PM
Hey there,

I am going to be in Nicaragua during the month of July.  If any of you smoke cigars, they are known for them.  You can get cheap ones for a dollar and really nice hand rolled ones for around $15.  They also have nice hand made pipes, coffee, jewelry, hot sauce, hammocks and more.  If you want anything, just post.  When I am down there, I can also post pics of what I see and you can let me know if you are interested.

This is a pic of some of the stuff I got last year.  Clockwise from the upper left is one of those handmade cigars.  to the right, a little bottle of their own Flor de Cana rum, a piece of volcanic rock, a nice handmade pipe made with wood, the lid is a coin, and it is really nicely sculpted.  The painted bird is a whistle made from clay that comes from the volcanic rock powder.  I am planning on going back with the Bitcoin logo and see if they can make some cool stuff.  Lastly you see a typical t-shirt.

http://imgur.com/Rpy0XrA


All of the stuff is inexpensive compared to the U.S. and most of Europe.  I am planning on bringing back some more rocks just for free momentos.

The goal would be to get the biggest carry-on I can find and just load up on stuff.   That is if I get enough interest.


Thanks!  Cheesy


11  Economy / Collectibles / Tips from people with Cascasious coins on: June 17, 2016, 08:17:06 PM
Hey there fellow collectors! 

I am fairly new at collecting physical crypto coins, and I've come to enjoy it  Grin 

Someone locally has contacted me regarding a collection of Cascasious coins.  I've checked the uberbills site, and all are still loaded.

Any telltale signs it is counterfeit and if the hologram has been tampered with?   Or any other potential scams or legal issues in dealing with coins?

Thanks! Smiley
12  Economy / Trading Discussion / Which is better: arbitrage or simply holding onto bitcoins? on: June 08, 2016, 04:21:19 AM
Whenever I get bitcoin, I immediately sell for a small profit.  I have been wondering if I would be better off just holding onto them...then I think that to make money I gotta buy and sell, buy and sell, over and over.

What are your thoughts?  Is it better to buy and hold or buy low/sell high?
13  Economy / Goods / [WTS] Tile tracking device! .05 BTC includes shipping! on: May 21, 2016, 03:46:47 AM
If you’re like me, you lose everything!  This device has saved me already, and I just bought it yesterday.

It helped me locate my car keys via my cell phone.  It has also helped me find my cell phone via the Tile!  You can use it to find your computer, your bike…ANYTHING!

Now I can’t live without it!

I bought a dozen, and 2 are already accounted for.  Their website is pretty transparent about their prices:

https://www.thetileapp.com/buynow#

I bought the 12-pack and I am selling them for .05 Btc, which includes FREE SHIPPING to anywhere in the U.S.! 

This Tile comes with a 30-day warranty from the manufacturer.  The battery has a 1-year warrantee.

Please send to the following wallet address for this offer only:

17r8KiDZNwdjCB4PvpioRW5qEkNKXa3CNq

You may use any reputable escrow provider, but you have to clear it with me first.  You pay for any fees.

This offer is for people residing in the U.S. only. 

Any questions, just ask.  Basically, you go to downloadtile.com or go to your app store and you download the app on your smart phone.  It works via Bluetooth.

Thanks for letting me help 10 lucky people find their stuff!   Cheesy
14  Economy / Currency exchange / Buying BTC with USD via cash deposit or bank transfer to U.S. Banks on: April 19, 2016, 04:46:06 PM
Please PM with your quote and terms.   Escrow via LocalBitcoins or my choice of escrow service on Bitcoin Forum. 

I am looking for small to medium to large players.  Miners, bitcoin enthusiasts, and any other bitcoiners welcome!

15  Economy / Trading Discussion / I want to make a trade! on: April 13, 2016, 02:47:12 AM
Why are there no posts about people wanting to make trades?  Is it not allowed?  Is it allowed but not feasible? 

If it is allowed, I definitely will be willing to trade with someone with integrity.

If it isn't allowed, well, I apologize.

So, please let me know one way or the other:

-You're interested!

-It's not allowed Sad

-It's not feasible (trust, logistical, ?)

Thanks!

16  Other / Beginners & Help / Installing bitcoin core help on: April 08, 2016, 02:59:16 PM
Okay, I'm in the middle of installing bitcoin core, and I also did a newbie mistake of sending btc there to 2 addresses before it has fully installed.

Now I'm getting an error message: error: disk space too low!

I am not very technical.  I searched online and I see that I can reinstall using "pruning".

My biggest concern right now is losing the btc that I have sent over.  If I reinstall, won't I lose access to those addresses?

Like I said, I am technically-challenged.  Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!
17  Economy / Goods / Looking to buy older smartphones with bitcoin! on: March 18, 2016, 12:06:28 AM
I am looking to buy your older smartphone with bitcoin.  I then bring them to Central America to sell them for pennies on the dollar.  (That's all they can afford).  I am therefore looking for sharp pricing.  It's not worth if for me if it's too expensive. 

I would be looking for old iphones, Samsungs, and androids.

I am willing to use an escrow service.

I am located in the U.S.  You too must be located in the U.S.

Thanks!  I hope to hear from you!  Feel free to ask me anything!
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