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1  Economy / Services / Media interview about mining on: May 19, 2020, 03:41:56 PM
Anyone up for this?

Helping a community to have more beneficial views

Helpful opinion/answers will be sent to cointelegraph.
2  Economy / Service Discussion / SATOSHI / LOTTOSHI? on: December 26, 2019, 03:28:50 PM
There was a thread I was following and someone mentioned Lottoshi.. i don't know if they intentionally called their game like that to make it attractive or what.. but anyone here tried it? looks.... hmm.. you tell me.
3  Economy / Service Discussion / https://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/ - is not working on: December 21, 2017, 03:23:45 AM
Hi guys,

The service that analyzed Bitcointalk accounts does not work anymore:

https://www.bctalkaccountpricer.info/

Do anyone know something similar?
4  Economy / Collectibles / Casascius Coins for sale - 1, 5, 10 on: May 29, 2016, 05:57:48 PM
I have several Casascius coins for sale:



6x   1 Bitcoin (brass).  2013
1x   5 Bitcoin (plated brass) 2012
1x 10 Bitcoin (silver with gold accents) 2012

All unredeemed.  Asking 3x face value.


Also:
5x 1 Bitcoin (brass). 2011. REDEEMED
Asking .2 BTC


5  Economy / Auctions / [AUCTION] 1BTC 2013 Casascius Coin. Series 2. Brass. (#2) on: January 14, 2014, 04:48:34 AM
Description: One Physical Casascius Bitcoin, 1BTC. Brass. Series 2. 2013
Starting bid: 1.1 BTC.  Bid increments of .01 BTC
Buy it now: 2.5 BTC
End date and time: 0500 UTC Monday Jan 20.
Payment methods accepted: BTC
Additional information:

http://casascius.uberbills.com/?address=137PQe9r4DHummqsmXJQCCMduRX9HQYWMk

First owner.  Unredeemed, Fully-funded.  Handled by fingers so slightly tarnished.  Shipping to USA included.  International shipping pays actual cost.

Previous successful auction:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=389587.0






Thanks!
6  Economy / Auctions / [AUCTION] 1BTC Casascius Coin. Series 2. Brass. on: December 28, 2013, 10:44:53 PM
Description: One Physical Casascius Bitcoin, 1BTC. Brass. Series 2
Starting bid: 1.1 BTC.  Bid increments of .05 BTC
Buy it now: 2.5 BTC
End date and time: 0500 UTC Monday Jan 5.
Payment methods accepted: BTC
Additional information:

http://casascius.uberbills.com/?address=1374SaL3An7nJujSducX5tAcAMC2KiJ4UX

First owner.  Unredeemed, Fully-funded.  Handled by fingers so slightly tarnished.  Shipping to USA included.  International shipping pays actual cost.

This is a repost of a previous unsuccessful auction





Thanks!
7  Economy / Auctions / [Auction] 1BTC Casascius Coin. Series 2. Brass. on: December 06, 2013, 05:22:32 AM
Description: One Physical Casascius Bitcoin, 1BTC. Brass. Series 2
Starting bid: 1.1 BTC.  Bid increments of .05 BTC
Buy it now: 2.5 BTC
End date and time: 0500 UTC Monday Dec 9.
Payment methods accepted: BTC
Additional information:

http://casascius.uberbills.com/?address=1374SaL3An7nJujSducX5tAcAMC2KiJ4UX

First owner.  Unredeemed, Fully-funded.  Handled by fingers so slightly tarnished.  Shipping to USA included.  International shipping pays actual cost.





Thanks!
8  Economy / Goods / The BitcoinBriefcase is available for order. on: August 22, 2013, 04:21:04 AM
http://www.bitcoinbriefcase.com


Five of us from TwoSixNine put together a briefcase that takes pocket change on one end, and prints out Bitcoin private keys on the other.

We thought it was a pretty cool hack, so we brought it to DEF CON because we thought people might like it.

And like it they did:

"The best of Black Hat and Def Con 2013" --The Verge (http://www.theverge.com/2013/8/3/4585220/bitcoin-suitcase-eats-your-pocket-change-spits-out-digital-currency)
"DEF CON 21: Best in Show" --ZDnet (http://www.zdnet.com/def-con-21-best-in-show_p2-7000019144/#photo)
"This is the best thing I've seen all week!" -- Lots of DEF CON attendees
and this is awesome. We weren't expecting the incredibly positive reception to our hack, but we're glad you dig it. Thank You.

We were also not expecting the number of people who assumed we were planning to produce and sell these as a product. "How much?", "When will they be available?", and "Can you make one for my hackerspace and/or Bitcoin meetup?" were common questions that we were not ready for.

And then the recommendations for improvements came in. Battery power, bill acceptors, magnetic stripe and NFC readers, webcams, touch screens, and SMS transactions were suggested.

So, we're going to try it.

The plan is to clean up and open source our code and make free instructions available so you can build one yourself.

We will also sell kits with preconfigured components to help you get started.

And we will also offer fully-assembled BitcoinBriefacses for purchase. We will consider developing custom enhancements on request.

The prototype that you've seen is fully functional, and over DEF CON we processed about a thousand transactions. There's code to clean up, bugs to shake out, and improvements in the design that will make the Briefcase lighter, faster and more reliable.

To kick things off, we are offering alpha units to technical users.

The cost for a standard alpha unit is 5BTC. There are twenty alpha slots available.

Email us with your order to info@bitcoinbriefcase.com  We are open to customizations and feature requests.
9  Economy / Auctions / ASICMINER - 50 direct shares - starting at 2.4BTC - [12 hour AUCTION] on: June 02, 2013, 02:14:00 PM
50 direct shares of ASICminer are available for auction (NOT pass-through)

Minimum bid: 2.40 BTC per share
Minimum bid increment: 0.01 BTC per share

Auction ends June 3 0200 UTC

During the final five minutes of bidding, every bid pushes back the end time by five minutes.
Forum timestamps will be used to determine the winners.

Escrow through JohnK is accepted; you pay the fees.

Good Luck!

Timer removed. End time: 2013-06-3+02:00:00UTC
10  Economy / Auctions / 10 ASICminer direct shares - Fixed Price on: May 21, 2013, 11:05:35 PM
I'm willing to sell up to 10 of my ASICminer direct shares at a fixed price of 3.0 BTC per share.

Yes, I know this is above recent market prices of ~2.6 - 2.7 each, but this format might appeal more to people who want to avoid the timing of traditional auctions or don't fully understand/trust 'pass-through' shares.

I would prefer to sell in chunks of 5 in order to keep friedcat's overhead to a minimum.

Escrow through JohnK is fine by me, but you pay the fees if you want it.

Thanks!
11  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / RetroMiner - Bitcoin Mining on an NES! on: March 24, 2013, 08:26:16 PM
I thought you guys might like this hack:

http://retrominer.com
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