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1  Economy / Auctions / [WTS] Localbitcoins account 1 year 10 months old 100%+ve fb and no real name set on: February 16, 2015, 11:10:18 PM
Firstly, i want to stress I'm doing this on a purely legitimate basis with the understanding that the account will not be used for any kind of fraud, scamming, or any generally unscrupulous behaviour.

I have a 1 year 10 month old account on Localbitcoins with no real name set, 100% feedback on about 35 transactions. I feel it would be great way to add some instant heritage for a new Bitcoin trader/seller/miner. Any interest or comment on how much it might be worth would be appreciated
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / [ANN] Politicoin: Decentralised direct democracy and crowdfunding on the blockch on: January 03, 2015, 10:38:02 PM
Kindly submit any comments to

I'm happy to make a brief announcement on behalf of our small team regarding our plans for a new decentralised crypto-currency we are going to call Politicoin.

Having been enthralled at the possibilities of Bitcoin for over 2 years, it wasn't long before we started considering if it was possible to bring the decentralized community, consensus, and accessibility of the Blockchain into politics. Transparency, consensus and accessibility all seem like attributes we would like to see more of in politics or any governing body like a foundation or trust. Since that first thought 2 years ago, my distaste for the lies and hypocrisy in politics has only grown, and with it came the decision to at least attempt to create a tool to counter this blatant lack of representation.

By modifying the blockchain to store small packets of text, we plan create a decentralised archive of time stamped, attributable and contextualised plain-text and encrypted data. Whilst basic in concept, the public de-centralised cloud storage archive can be used to store content and commands to notarise website content where operators wish to eliminate accusations of bias and corruption, like politics and publishing.

To demonstrate the benefits of supporting Politicoin, we plan to build a politics focussed social media and crowdfunding platform, aimed at restoring credibility through accountability in politics and online publishing. We want to use scientific methodology and courtroom objectivity to transform compassionate informed consensus, into direct and tangible forces like professional lobbyists, and campaign sponsorship. Maybe even one day a party on a mandate written by the people for the people. Using the the blockchain to record and store everything from the user generated content to the actions of a moderator means our platform is not only monitored and evaluated for integrity by people of all persuasions with equal access to the blockchain, but cesored in an appropriate and accountable manner to optimise the end user experience and stop abuse. These users can maintain identities on the site and the Blockchain at large to take advantage of the audience, tips and reputation they may gain. By democratically electing moderators with a fixed tenure and evaluating decisions on an ongoing basis, users can be assured of the integrity of the system. Not only will they have the raw data and cryptographic evidence of foul play should there be any, they will have the motivation and possibly even reputation on Politicoin to start their own 'Blockchain reader'.

Exact plans for what kind of moderation parameters and smart conflict resolution incentives we will employ in the site are yet to be decided. It is hoped that by the time our white paper is released that we will have had the chance to use our basic 'proof of concept' website to discuss at length what the most objective way to approach this project would be.

Along with a small contribution of my own, discussions with private investors has netted a small amount of funding. Hopefully with this announcement we may be able to start a discussion regarding Crypto-currencies and politics in general, as based on it's failings and weaknesses it should definitely be the next focus of innovation.

We appreciate any feedback, thoughts or suggestions on the matter

The Politicoin team
(names, details and URL's coming soon)

3  Economy / Currency exchange / Sell your BTC for the best rate in the UK. Rate 282.13/coin GBP Bank transfer on: March 24, 2014, 07:45:12 PM

Iím looking to buy BTC for UK Bank Transfer.

Bitstamp rate -2% best in the UK if you see any better Iíll match it

Max Order size 3000GBP

Email for any questions

Escrow available through localbitcoins, 1% fee

over 5000 verifiable trades done

Please comment in the thread or send me a message
4  Economy / Currency exchange / Selling Bitcoin in london friday the 28th Feb on: February 26, 2014, 02:40:27 PM
5  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB][UK] £2100 worth of bitcoin will pay bit stamp rate via bank transfer. on: February 15, 2014, 05:18:25 AM
I need to buy a small amount of Bitcoin. In total I need £2100 but will split into smaller trades if needed. Can use escrow if you like. Will pay but stamp rate or just under email
6  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS] upto 500 bitcoins for sale cash in the London area. can travel on: January 18, 2014, 06:04:45 AM
7  Economy / Service Discussion / solved on: November 14, 2013, 03:29:16 PM
8  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] 1000 GBP of bitcoins for UK bank transfer on: November 06, 2013, 10:00:20 AM
im looking to purchase 1000gbp worth of bitcoins (or litecoins if the rate is accepable enough) via uk bank transfer or cash if you can get to my location in the northwest. Negotiable rate. Happy to pay The rate on the exchange. Please email, i will return to check here but emailing me will be far faster
9  Economy / Currency exchange / Looking to buy serious bulk coins upto 850. Contracts included free of charge on: November 01, 2013, 01:36:47 PM
10  Economy / Currency exchange / finished on: October 21, 2013, 12:16:20 PM
11  Economy / Currency exchange / Want to buy BTC for UK bank transfer - 100% trusted 3500+ transactions <£2,000 on: September 26, 2013, 07:04:43 AM
I am looking to buy bitcoins or litecoins for either PayPal or UK bank transfer

I have 100% feedback on over 3000 transactions within the UK so you can be assured there will be no chargebacks if you choose PayPal
I can offer free escrow using my localbitcoins account

I pay the best rates GUARANTEED

Email 24 hours a day for any questions
12  Economy / Currency exchange / Buying BTC or LTC for UK bank transfer. Nobody pays more on: September 16, 2013, 09:11:12 AM
Offering to buy btc or ltc for UK bank transfer. I pay higher rates than anyone else. I offer free escrow using local bitcoins. Over 3000 transactions done.

Any questions please email
13  Economy / Currency exchange / Looking to buy btc/Ltc in the UK via bank transfer. 3000+ transactions done on: September 11, 2013, 11:57:53 AM

Looking to buy bitcoins or litecoins via UK bank transfer, I pay higher than anyone else

Despite not using the forums I have 3000+ transactions so far accross 2 sites which can be easily verified
Also have some otc w.o.t feedback

Whilst I am happy to consider non-escrow deals however I can provide FREE escrow using should you wish

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