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1  Economy / Auctions / Casascius 1BTC Silver 2013 Ungraded on: November 08, 2015, 06:11:56 PM
Selling my 2013 Silver Casascius 1 BTC.

The coin is located in Germany and ungraded.
After closing the last auction, I looked a bit into having it graded here, but it seems surprisingly difficult in Europe, and sending it to the U.S. (ANACS), I'd be paying 2x customs + 2x shipping, which doesn't seem to be worth it.

Anyway... here it is again, an ungraded coin in top condition.

Starting Bid: 2BTC
Bidding Increments: .01BTC
Ending Time: 11/15/2015 (November 8th) @ 6:00PM UTC
Sniping: Not allowed - last bid extends auction by 10 minutes.

Item is located in Germany, domestic shipping is free, international shipping will add 0.1 BTC to the final bid

Happy bidding!



2  Economy / Auctions / Casascius 1BTC Silver 2013 Ungraded - Fully loaded on: November 01, 2015, 06:23:03 PM
I'm looking to sell one of my 2013 Silver Casascius 1 BTC coins.
The coin is ungraded (I have absolutely no experience with that), but in top condition as far as I can tell.

Starting Bid: 2BTC
Bidding Increments: .01BTC
Ending Time: 11/08/2015 (November 8th) @ 8:00PM UTC
Sniping: Not allowed - last bid extends auction by 10 minutes.

Item is located in Germany, domestic shipping free, international 0.1 BTC

Happy bidding!



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3  Economy / Digital goods / [WTB] Hearthstone Beta Key on: January 11, 2014, 04:00:26 AM
I missed the boat to get a key but would really like to try the game ASAP, so if you have a spare key, here's your chance for making a quick buck.

0.01 BTC should cover it.

edit: sold
4  Bitcoin / Project Development / [RELEASE][WINDOWS] AddressWatch - A tool to monitor your bitcoin addresses on: August 23, 2013, 04:57:21 PM
Recently, I found that I spent way too much time just copying addresses, pasting them to blockchain.info, then checking all the time while I wait for confirmations.
That was my inspiration to create AddressWatch. I've been using it for a while now and find it to be quite useful.

Features
- Monitors your clipboard for Bitcoin addresses.
- Whenever you copy a bitcoin address, it creates a window on the side of the screen that monitors the address.
- Shows  balance, recent transactions and their confirmation-levels
- Can show a QR code for the address
- Allows to maintain a "WatchList" of addresses that you can assign a name and that are saved for the future and monitored in the background
- Gives notifications if the balance of an address on the WatchList changes

The program doesn't interact directly with the blockchain.
It queries blockchain.info, so it depends on the availability of this site.

The source (.NET C#) is included in the .zip, I'd really like it if someone could verify that it doesn't contain any malicious code.

Download & Run:
v.1.1 - QRCode functionality added (right click the address to show), also minor improvements

Make sure you have .NET framework 4.5 installed.
Unzip and start "BTCAddressWatch.exe" in the "bin" folder.
The program is then running in the background, so you will not notice anything happen right away.
Try ctrl+c'ing a bitcoin address and a window should pop up.
You can access the settings and other stuff via the icon in the taskbar.

Older Versions:
v.1.0

Screenshots:
https://i.imgur.com/CzmZtvK.png
https://i.imgur.com/SbEK4xi.png
https://i.imgur.com/4YLSzzx.png
https://i.imgur.com/3FWcGd0.png
https://i.imgur.com/i3pIYbM.png

Planned future features:
- Allow creating and showing a QR code for the address
- Allow invoke by hotkey, not by monitoring the clipboard
- Allow display in mBTC
- ...

Please let me know what you think. I'm open for any ideas or suggestions.
Please also report any bugs you might find.

Donations are welcome: 13xrZTeSs9QASsMpnX1ZpNp4Ze4KJP8WYW
5  Economy / Goods / Casascius Silver Coins Group Buy? on: June 28, 2013, 06:42:55 AM
Hi, after reading that Casascius is offering silver coins again, I'm really, really interested in getting one, and I'm probably not alone.

Could someone with more standing here organize an EU groupbuy for a 20-pack? We would all save BTC if we don't order them as singles.

20 Coins = 38 BTC + 0.55 shipping = 38.55 BTC => 1.9275 btc/coin

20 Coins ordered single = 50 BTC + 20 * 0.55 shipping = 61 BTC => 3.05 btc/coin

https://casascius.com/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=244967.0
6  Other / Beginners & Help / Suspicious bitcoin-qt behaviour on: February 14, 2013, 11:08:57 PM
Hi guys,

OK so I'm completely new to bitcoins, but I thought I had understood everything pretty well. Now I have seen some, as I think, very suspicious behaviour by my bitcoin-qt (v.0.7.2 beta).
I transferred 1 BC to my new address and tried out bitmillions.com. I send them exactly 0.13172332 BC.
Everything seemed to work fine, i could check my ticket, got what i won back and everything. Now the weird part is that later I tried to check the transaction at blockchain.info and saw this:

https://blockchain.info/tx/a31a76ea21bd5f25b9fa94a94228d3953624f67fd0de07b1ae73b2f251c4f091

It says that I emptied my whole wallet in that transaction, partly to bitmillions, but most of it going to some other address that I have not seen before.
In fact, when I check my balance now (on blockchain), there's nothing left except the return from bitmillions. In bitcoin-qt on my machine, everything looks OK, balance is fine.

Confused, I tried to reproduce that by transferring some BC to my different address on blockchain, made another transfer to bitmillions and got this, which looks fine to me:

https://blockchain.info/tx/a05241a0481e940012bfe7dca81bc4bbfb6bf19a8bda8db90be10a43d7daaf6d

Can someone explain this to me? Is that normal? If so, why the different behaviour?
Or is that in fact someone stealing from me?

Thanks in advance and excuse my bad english please
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