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1  Economy / Marketplace / Black Friday is on - save a further 20% by buying cigarettes with Bitcoin on: November 27, 2015, 01:07:36 PM
Yep, it's that time of the year and in case you're not subscribed to our email newsletter we're running a 20% off promotion till Monday.

Just use BFCM20 at the checkout to shave 20% off your favourite cigarettes at Dutyfree.io!

Now go!

2  Local / Servicios / [VENDO] Los cigarrillos enviados a España / Portugal (15% descuento) on: February 28, 2015, 11:11:59 AM
Hola mis amigos de habla hispana,

Estoy corriendo una tienda online de venta de los cigarrillos para Bitcoin y estoy feliz de decir que nuestra tasa de ejecución de los Países Bajos ha sido perfecto para los últimos años. Un paquete comprado a nosotros los promedios de € 3,15 (incluido el transporte) y también lo hacen descuentos por compras al por mayor.

Siéntase libre de utilizar HUMO15 de 15% de descuento, ninguna compra mínima requerida.

Estaré encantado de responder a cualquier pregunta que pueda tener Smiley

Atentamente,
only.
3  Economy / Service Announcements / [please delete] on: February 20, 2015, 04:14:34 PM
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4  Other / Archival / [please delete] on: February 17, 2015, 10:43:49 PM
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5  Other / Meta / Changing motherf&%* avatars on: January 11, 2015, 12:54:37 PM
Changing avatars is currently not possible.

Seeing this message for a year already.

Can anybody fix this? It shouldn't be THAT hard for Christ's sake!
6  Local / Markt / Sigaretten verscheept naar Nederland (15% korting) on: December 04, 2014, 12:48:13 PM
Hallo my Dutch friends,

I'm running an online shop selling cigarettes for Bitcoin and am happy to say that our delivery rate to the Netherlands has been perfect for the past few years. A pack bought from us averages at €3.15 (including shipping) and we also do discounts for bulk purchases.

Christmas being close enough and a carton of ciggies being a lovely gift for those who smoke, I am happy to announce a coupon code expiring on the first day of 2015 Smiley

Feel free to use ROKEN15 for 15% off, no minimum purchase required.

I will be happy to answer any questions you may have Smiley

Sincerely,
only.
7  Economy / Marketplace / [SELL] Cigarettes for $3-$4 per pack, shipped worldwide. Escrow accepted. on: February 18, 2014, 01:55:09 PM
Hi again,

With the darknet ecosystem severely damaged and our product being legal, we figured we'd take our business to the clearnet and use OTC.

If you haven't had the chance to buy from us yet, we've been selling cigarettes and rolling tobacco all the way since 2011, with a top 10% volume on the original Silk Road and 500+ positives on BMR, so I guess you can call us darknet veterans.

If you did buy from us in the past, feel free to place new orders and please vouch for us! Smiley

Cheers,
only.
8  Economy / Service Announcements / Dutyfree.io - Buy cheap cigarettes with Bitcoin on: February 18, 2014, 01:49:41 PM
Hi again,

With the darknet ecosystem severely damaged and our product being legal, we figured we'd take our business to the clearnet and use OTC.

If you haven't had the chance to buy from us yet, we've been selling cigarettes and rolling tobacco all the way since 2011, with a top 10% volume on the original Silk Road and 500+ positives on BMR, so I guess you can call us darknet veterans.

If you did buy from us in the past, feel free to place new orders and please vouch for us! Smiley

Cheers,
only.


OCTOBER UPDATE: We have launched our website, check it out - www.dutyfree.io.
9  Economy / Economics / Can we fix excessive volatility? on: July 02, 2013, 02:30:50 PM
I had a revelation the other night - why don't we build a decentralized, open-source crypto-currency that is pegged (protocol-wise) to the US Dollar, which could anytime be bought with and sold for Bitcoin automatically (and perhaps exclusively), so to speak? It would be exactly like Bitcoin, with confirmations and all that, but with no mining and with an infinite supply.

Just imagine a separate downloadable client with a BTC address that would keep the received bitcoins in it's protocol (hell knows how, but it doesn't sound impossible) and provide you with a corresponding (at the then-current exchange rate) number of "coins", each of which you can always "cash out", again within the client, for $1 worth of Bitcoin. Whenever you cash out, you get paid automatically in Bitcoin at the current BTC/USD exchange rate, so you end up receiving the same exact money you brought in.

I could see this working flawlessly when the BTC appreciates, but when it depreciates there would be a deficit of BTC in the system. Here's an example:

John has 1 BTC (current price $100) and buys 100 Virtual USD coins with it. In the meantime, the BTC appreciates to $200 let's say, and when he (or anybody else, really) "cashes out" to Bitcoin, they receive 0.5 BTC, with half of the Bitcoin staying in the system.

And here's the counterexample, John has 1 BTC (current price $100) and buys 100 Virtual USD coins with it. In the meantime, the BTC depreciates to $50, and when he "cashes out" to Bitcoin, he must receive 2 BTC, when bringing in just 1 BTC. Is it possible that the first situation counterbalances the second one? In other words, can mass adoption solve this clusterfuck? I bet it can, if Bitcoin stays deflationary Tongue

Can a sustainable crypto-currency be built on the description above, and if yes, wouldn't this solve the volatility problem we have with Bitcoin, replacing it as a transaction currency and leaving it be a commodity, next to gold and silver?

Would be interesting to see what you guys think Smiley
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