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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / 'This is my project now, thanks.' Whats the plan with https://www.glbcoin.com/ ? on: February 24, 2017, 09:08:11 AM
So a new and fresh looking website pops up -  https://www.glbcoin.com/  -   for an old shitcoin  (GLC). Apparently its traded here.....  https://yobit.net/en/trade/GLC/BTC

Scroll down and you will see a link to ' TheBitBay (New subsidiaries)'. This opens   http://thebitbay.org/

So, you initially might think along the lines of -- "nice site", "great initiative to merge", "better possibilities for BitBay" etc. etc. Trouble is, the original Dev of Bitbay (David Zimbeck), has absolutely no idea who these people are, and certainly did not enter into any deal involving Global Holdings.

David still works on Bitbay, and has done, alone, and without enough funds to do so. But despite all that, Bitbay is about to be pushed/marketed out, with some innovative tech.

Whats Global Holdings up to? Is this the new way to clone projects? Is it sabotage?
Although the site looks mildly slick, notice the grammar mistakes. But most of all, notice the lack of links on the Bitbay page. They also claim to have set up an entity in the UK. Cant find any details. In fact, there are no verifiable details that i can find anywhere, considering the broad offerings on the Global site.

If you know anything about Davids/Bitbay's story, you will know ICO funds were stolen by Bobsurplus, Patrick/Steven Dai, and Lin from BTER, and were going to be used to manipulate the price of Bitbay, for their own enrichment.....    https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=896480.msg9867986#msg9867986

Who owns?..... www.glbcoin.com  /  http://thebitbay.org



Official Bitbay =  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=890531.msg9817399#msg9817399
 
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Whats happening at Poloniex? on: February 11, 2015, 09:16:50 AM
Just want to relay my recent experiences with Poloniex

I lost access to my registered email address at Poloniex a few months ago. I had email link requirement ticked, for any withdrawals. I therefore have access to the account, but cant withdrawal anything.

On 2nd Feb i sent a message through Poloniex to advise what i need to do to resolve. On the same day, i was told it would be 'escalated'.
For 4 days i hear nothing, so on the 6th Feb, i sent another message through Poloniex, and i sent a message to Busoni via this forum. The next day (7th Feb), i receive an apology for delay from Poloniex, and asking for more details of my problem, which i replied to that day.
Two days later, on 9th Feb, i am asked to supply screenshots of my account and IP address. I replied that day with requested details.
Its now 11th Feb and ive had to send another message through Poloniex, as its all gone silent again, not only from Poloniex, but Busoni has also chosen to not reply to my three messages via this forum, despite him logging in.

Ive always trusted and respected Poloniex/Busoni, but for me, its big red flag time. Nearly 10 days to sort out this relatively simple issue is questionable at best, or something very wrong, at worst.

@Busoni  I would like access to my funds today, or is there other issues to consider here?  
3  Economy / Collectibles / Selling quality collectable Casascius coins........ on: April 10, 2014, 07:41:06 PM
Was selling these on another thread. Thought id start my own.......



Taking offers for the following coins......

1btc 2011 'error' Graded MS-66 SOLD
10btc Silver Graded MS-67 (non Gold BTC) SOLD
25btc Gold

The 25btc Gold was funded 8th Jan 2014.

Happy to exchange in person if in England, by arrangement.  
4  Economy / Goods / Copper Bitcoin Round 2012+2013 on: October 19, 2013, 03:02:31 PM





                                                     Fine 999 copper Bitcoin Round

Date: 2012+2013
Funded/Can be funded: No/No  
Dimensions: 39mm x 3mm
Weight: 1 ounce
Materials: Solid Fine 999 copper.
Design: Large BTC on one side. Printed circuit board design on both sides.
Delivery: Sent in see-through wallet, in padded Jiffy bag. Postage and packing costs to UK and mainland Europe is free. Other locations, please add 0.0125btc.
Please note, i cannot be held responsible in any way for failure of your respective postal operators to deliver. However, for non tracked items, i will be recording a short video of postage. Assume a two day period between payment and postage, as i can visit my post office three times a week.
Single orders of X10 coins and above, will receive insured tracking for free to UK/Europe.
Single orders of X10 for other locations, will receive insured tracking by adding 0.0125btc.

  
Cost:           1-4coins = 0.015btc per coin - includes postage (UK/Europe)
                   5-9coins = 0.014btc per coin - includes postage (UK/Europe)
                   10+ coins = 0.013btc per coin - includes tracked postage (UK/Europe)

Payment: Please PM me with your order, and the address you will be sending btc from, together with your postal address. I will then confirm total amount and supply payment address.

These coins were in the news recently...... http://www.coindesk.com/capital-one-closes-bank-account-bitcoin/

More coins and badges can be sought here..... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=307120.msg3292442#msg3292442
5  Economy / Collectibles / 24carot Bitcoin Collector/Display/Gift Coin + capsule + badge. on: October 07, 2013, 01:04:18 PM





                                                 24carot Bitcoin Collector/Display/Gift Coin
                                                          + 1 Badge
Date: 2013
Funded/Can be funded: No/No  
Dimensions: 25mm x 2mm
Weight: 1/5 ounce
Materials: Brass base, with 24carot (999) gold plate.
Design: 'ONE FIFTH 100 MILLS 999 GOLD'/'BITCOIN' on one side, and encircling '10101...s' on other. Large 'BTC' on both sides.
Delivery: Sent in padded Jiffy bag. Postage and packing costs to UK and mainland Europe is free. Other locations, please add 0.0125btc.
Please note, i cannot be held responsible in any way for failure of your respective postal operators to deliver. However, for non tracked items, i will be recording a short video of postage. Assume a two day period between payment and postage, as i can visit my post office three times a week.
Single orders of X10 coins and above, will receive insured tracking for free to UK/Europe.
Single orders of X10 for other locations, will receive insured tracking by adding 0.0125btc.

All coins will be supplied with foam-ringed capsules for free (as pictured).
All coins will be supplied with choice of X1 badge for free (please state #badge number when ordering).
  
Cost:           1-4coins = 0.016btc per coin - includes capsule/s, badge/s, postage (UK/Europe)
                   5-9coins = 0.015btc per coin - includes capsules, badges, postage (UK/Europe)
                   10+ coins = 0.0135btc per coin - includes capsules, badges, tracked postage (UK/Europe)

Payment: Please PM me with your order, and the address you will be sending btc from, together with your postal address. I will then confirm total amount and supply payment address.

Cheers

P.S. Bulk orders of the badges can be arranged, and more coinage can be sought here..... https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=314148.msg3368737#msg3368737

 
6  Economy / Currency exchange / UK ONLY - Selling BTC via GBP Bank Transfer. Min 5BTC/order. @GOX Midprice (GBP) on: June 26, 2013, 02:07:10 PM
Currently have 4X 5BTC lots to sell @ Gox Mid Price (GBP).

Check my posts for rep, ask Projects, or use John K if you wish (you pay escrow fee).

UK Bank Transfer only. Im around all day today, so will send as soon as funds are visible.

Cheers
7  Economy / Service Discussion / My funds and BTC have just disappeared from my Gox account! on: April 12, 2013, 10:45:08 AM
Just disappeared!??? One minute i was actually looking and seeing it all there, a refresh/minute later, gone!
Sent an email, keep you posted. Gox has huge problems.
8  Economy / Auctions / Domain: www.marketbitcoin.com on: April 08, 2013, 05:39:29 PM
Just putting out there. What would you bid?      www.marketbitcoin.com
9  Economy / Lending / Any offers of BTC Options, to be settled in GBP? on: April 06, 2013, 04:04:54 PM
Are there any reputable members, who could offer a BTC Option agreement in s?
 
The fee could be paid in BTC, but for the Option to be settled in GBP/Sterling.

Thanks
10  Economy / Goods / Selling 2x 1btc Casascius Coins (UK Only) on: April 04, 2013, 04:18:53 PM
I have 2x 1BTC Casascius coins for sale at the mo. These two coins are from the same batch from when i first posted this ad early last year, and are therefore straight from Mike. Pending any spot movement to moon or gloom, current price 825, including insured, signed for, and tracked delivery.

UK/GBP Bank Transfer only.
UK postal delivery only.

Cheers

P.S. please ignore the blanks in the pic.






11  Economy / Trading Discussion / Why is UK so slow to jump on this? on: March 25, 2013, 12:12:15 PM
Wondering what other Brits think about the Bitcoin market in the UK. Specifically, what do you think about not having a professional, fully functioning, recognized Xchange somewhere in the UK, trading high volume GBP/BTC liquidity?

From a forward-thinking, enterprising perspective, im kinda thinking that the usual entrepreneurial Brit with funds, has missed this boat a little. Sure, business opportunities in Bitcoin are going to present themselves, as we go on, but currently, im just bombarded with USD biased experiences/interactions, wherever i navigate. Someone correct me if im wrong, but i don't even think https://bitbargain.co.uk/ is UK owned.

So, any smart UK centric business bods out there, care to share any current projects. Do you need help?
 

Just a thought, and most definitely not a invitation to swap nationalistic nonsense!
12  Economy / Service Discussion / Is Blockchain down? on: March 24, 2013, 11:20:00 PM
I havnt been able to load http://blockchain.info/ for 10 mins. Anyone else having problems?
13  Economy / Currency exchange / Buying BTC. Transparent and competitive prices. UK Bank/T or local cash. on: March 22, 2013, 02:01:56 PM
Buying BTC now.

I offer you an uncomplicated selling process, with transparent and competitive quotes, based on current exchange prices. I do not add fees.

I execute orders/purchases and payments in one continuous process, as fast as is electronically possible. This ensures you have your funds immediately after 6 confirms are achieved on   http://blockchain.info/en

PM me for a no-nonsense quote, and further contact details.

Cash/In person payments possible, by arrangement. 

Thanks
14  Economy / Currency exchange / Psst. Want to buy a score, mate? on: March 17, 2013, 09:54:37 AM
Just brought a smile to my face...... https://www.bitmit.net/en/item/17443-british-legal-tender-20
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