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41  Economy / Lending / Need 0.55 BTC on: September 21, 2014, 06:51:12 PM
Need 0.55 BTC as my purchase of BTC is not going well (people wanting bad rates, banks not opened, etc). Need this for an event happening tomorrow evening / Tuesday morning in the altcoin market. Payback this Saturday 0.60 BTC.

Collateral? My forum account. Senior member almost hero. PM if interested.
42  Economy / Currency exchange / Looking to buy 0.50 to 0.60 BTC on: September 21, 2014, 05:42:02 AM
Looking to increase my investment in a site / make a purchase. Have ~$250 set aside for this.

Payment Options: Paypal, Moneypak, Vanilla Reload, Reloadit, Netspend, Walmart to Walmart, Cash Deposit, Cash in mail, Bank transfer, Bank Wire*, Western Union*, Moneygram*

* - fees might be split, paid by seller, or paid by me depending on the amount. options without the * I will cover all fees guaranteed.

Rate: Bitstamp last ASK price (we use the higher spread price to benefit the seller). Might consider higher rate offers if you're trustworthy and I don't have to deal with a newbie (yeah I'd send first obviously if I deem you trustworthy).

Please PM me if interested in trading. Escrow is welcome.
43  Economy / Gambling / Don't Support Underage Gambling: Jaaawsh on: September 05, 2014, 07:12:08 PM
Jaawsh is underage. Clearly you can tell by his facebook page seen here:
Cannot be older than 16 years old which is every country I know of would make it illegal for him to gamble.

He is always asking for free handouts to play on sites and is immature with his posts. Do not support underage gambling as myself, a person with a gambling problem (I don't gamble though anymore but still have my urges from time to time) became an addict at a young age. The kid might be mad I post this but this is for him and every other underage teenager who is starting to think gambling is cool. Its not.
44  Economy / Currency exchange / Have $250 / Need BTC on: September 04, 2014, 03:52:18 PM
Want $200-$250 in BTC. Have purchase to make. Moneypak / cash deposit / bank transfer or other methods possible. Please let me know your prices. Escrow is fine but rather send first to someone proven trustworthy here. Thank you.
45  Other / Meta / Legendary Status? Thats new? on: September 04, 2014, 04:31:25 AM
Why do some people have legendary status? How did they acquire such a status? Link anyone?
46  Economy / Lending / Joey the scammer/begger of loans? on: September 04, 2014, 04:29:32 AM
What happened to fat Joey the scammer and his mother Anita?
47  Economy / Currency exchange / $300 CASH DEPOSIT, $645/coin rate, quickly people on: July 08, 2014, 05:07:18 PM
Need $300 quickly, see a good alt to buy right now. Cash in hand, On lunch for next hour, let me know if you can do this. Will go first with very trusted users.
48  Economy / Currency exchange / I have 5 BTC currently. I'd like a total of 6 BTC. So thus buying 1 BTC! on: July 07, 2014, 05:00:05 AM
Great internship this summer. #2 in numbers in the country for my internship...bonus I got for being #7 in my entire state has me wanting another bitcoin, so heres my pitch!

Used to be a major trader on here back in the day. Anyways.

Buying 1 rush...same game as long ago...moneypaks, reloadit, netspend, vanilla reload, western union, moneygram, bank to bank transfer, cash deposit, cash in mail, venmo, wire transfer, paypal...think that covers the payment method bases.

Rate depends on the payment method, message me for details.

Oh and just to make this clear to all who want to troll and scream "scammer"...

I gladly accept and welcome ESCROW. If you are well trusted I will send first.
49  Economy / Gambling / If you must Dice, do it on one without an investment option, you get scammed on: July 07, 2014, 04:53:24 AM
So basically every dice site that has an investment option, if you win or find a flaw in THEIR PROGRAMMING they reverse the bets and you lose. Just look at PRC. Look at that other one that ran off with 250+ BTC.

Simply put, as a player if you win big, you don't win big. They cancel your bets or find some way to say they were wrong and you 100% definitely knew you had an edge (you can't just be lucky) and thus you lose all you're winnings.

SO THUS, DONT play on sites with house investments.

Honestly, take it from my own experiences (5 BTC to 75 BTC to 0 BTC in one session) DONT DICE AT ALL.

And definitely don't dice on Primedice, the most rigged site ever (yeah you still havent changed the problem i pointed out a year ago in your "fair" system)

If you must dice, I'd say But again, I don't dice anymore and neither should you...
50  Economy / Gambling / Where to invest now? on: July 07, 2014, 04:44:58 AM
So...I had couple of BTC on Just-Dice, couple of BTC in PRCdice (yeah what the hell there), and still some in a couple other casinos...however, I don't trust them more then their currently already invested with.

I want to know where to invest now? What are you guys using your BTC to invest in now? If you tell me the next Marijuana growing business or porn Kyle run site investment BTC stock, shoot yourself now. Please.

If you've been a business here for less then 6 months, don't you dare advertisement your investment here either. You're still most likely going to run with our coins at some point.

EDIT: I see that Bitcoinvideopoker or whatever its called is for sale. I wish I could buy it, it really looks nice and has lot of long-standing customers. Be nice if they sold stock of that site in full so they're out of the water so to speak.
51  Economy / Gambling / It was a joke people on: May 30, 2014, 06:08:37 AM
Have 235 BTC available to invest in a casino(s).

Looking to pay no more than 50 BTC for the site, don't bother asking for more than a coin if you're site is new Smiley

Preferably I'd like to own 5 well established sites to destroy a couple other casinos.

ESCROW through someone reputable is a MUST.

Oh and forgot to mention, before any of you say "No one will trust you to gamble on your site" I will be providing a trusted escrow 50 BTC to hold onto in case I run to pay winners. He/she will be compensated well for this (probably 1 BTC for 6 month period of entrustment).
52  Economy / Scam Accusations / Hey Bigbitz - this is for you. on: April 04, 2014, 05:49:06 PM
You gave me an illegal loan to gamble for 2 BTC. I paid back the 2 BTC. However another 2 BTC did end up in my wallet WITHOUT MY ASKING FOR. I martingaled away that gift months back and eventually went to rehab.

With no proof, I took the assumption the extra 2 BTC was yours when I cleaned my act up and offered you the USD value of the BTC PLUS an additonal 10%. However, there was no obligation to, the loan was 2 BTC for 2.01 BTC back which I paid. Whoeever sent the other 2 BTC was just being nice I guess.

BTC was at $125 when we struck the deal. I paid you back your loan. It is not my fault if you sent an addition 2 BTC or someone else did, take it as what I did for the community when I was a reputable person here, 2 BTC I took as a nice gesture.

You can go fuck yourself for the 2 BTC gift you gave me. I paid back your loan of 2 BTC. Don't tell me the loan was for 4 BTC because it wasn't. You missent an additional 2 BTC? Sucks, not my problem, doesn't make me a scammer by definition, I never agreed to a 4 BTC loan.

Even after all of this I OFFERED TO PAY BACK USD VALUE +10% = $275 in BTC. This is fair. But you declined asking for basically 5x the USD value of YOUR MISTAKE (if it was you that sent the BTC). That offer is now off the table as your greed has cost you. Learn from your mistakes if you are the one who sent that additional 2 BTC.

So yeah STOP messaging me on these forums. I paid back the agreed upon loan. It is not my fault you or someone else made a generous donation to me.

I don't care if people think I'm a scammer, by definition I'm not. I'm barely on these forums anymore so it doesn't matter. I paid back the agreed upon loan, which in principal was illegal anyways. I am not inclined to pay back a gift, intentional or not.
53  Economy / Currency exchange / $60 moneypak in hand with receipt on: February 26, 2014, 11:51:04 PM
$60 moneypak in hand with receipt. Covered the $5 fee already so looking for $60 worth @ bitstamp last price. Don't message me offering me less. Escrow through DannyHamilton or another trusted escrow.

This moneypak can be added to paypal accounts as well as greendot and other debit cards. Get cash off your debit card through an ATM.
54  Economy / Currency exchange / Buying bitcoin on: February 19, 2014, 02:47:52 PM
Buying up to 1 BTC at bitstamp rate. Investing long term. Will do any business worth $100 or more. Standard cash card like moneypak or vanilla reload OR cash bank deposit. I will not cover the cash card $3-$5 fee.

Escrow is required and have done three trades already in past couple days.

Self moderated thread to delete comments NOT related to selling me bitcoin. Once again, escrow WILL be used.
55  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] $400 worth of bitcoin ANY METHOD! on: February 07, 2014, 07:05:01 PM
Looking to buy $400 worth of bitcoin at bitstamp price. Can do cash deposit or moneypak/reloadit/vanilla reload/etc, or ANY method. Must send first or use escrow if not very trusted.

For all who feel the need to troll me, these funds are being used to increase my arbitrage BTC inventory I keep on alt exchanges...I do arbitrage trading which does not hold any risk when done correctly. I do not gamble.
56  Economy / Gambling / ... on: January 23, 2014, 09:25:01 PM
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57  Economy / Currency exchange / [CLOSED] 2 BTC for $250 on: September 12, 2013, 06:09:07 PM
Bought from coinbase.
58  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [ALTS] What type of casino games do you want? on: September 09, 2013, 02:57:59 PM
I am planning on creating a casino for some of the main alts that the community uses/collects. However I have a couple questions I hope you all can help provide input on:
1) What game(s) would you want for alternative currency gambling? (Dice, wheel, blackjack, etc).
2) What are the main alternate currencies you use besides LTC?
3) What are some new features you would like to see implemented?
4) For such currencies, is it possible to accept 1 confirmation deposits? Double spends can still happen with these alts since the hash power from a single device could be enough to create the following block. What would be a reasonable wait if not 1 confirm, such as 3 confirms?
5) Is there any wallets for alternates that can send automatic payments or confirm payments similar to what Armory does for bitcoin businesses?

As to some details/features I already have in mind, they are as followed:
1) House edge of no more than 1.50%, most likely 1.00%.
2) Provably fair of course.
3) Multiple cryptocurrencies accepted.
4) Bankroll of about $2,500 to start off. ~50% of bankroll funds will be held in USD to prevent massive loss or exposure due to price changes. 1-1.5% of bankroll max profit per round/roll to protect risk of ruin.

Hope you guys will help with input as I hope to get the ball rolling on something shortly, I have a developer but if you feel you could a project like this for even cheaper let me know as well.
59  Economy / Gambling / BTC Sportsbooks read this, this is unacceptable for missing NCAAFB lines. on: September 07, 2013, 07:04:26 PM
Really guys? I look at ALL the main BTC books and NONE have this line I want. I'm not happy here. The game in question is Old Dominion +20.5 vs Maryland -20.5.

5dimes and all the main books have this posted. Some don't but cmon guys, really? At least one of you has to have it posted. This is unacceptable. Please make sure to look at and have ALL of the games listed there please for the future.

If any of you are willing to take 1.08 BTC to win 1 BTC on the spread for that game as many of you books are -106 for ATS, let me know and I'll send it to you and tell you which side I want. Not happy though here. Figure the 2 cent juice addition would be for the trouble.
60  Economy / Currency exchange / [CLOSED] 3.30 BTC at bitstamp price on: September 05, 2013, 04:10:27 PM
9/7/13: Willing to buy 3.30 BTC at bitstamp sell price. With the football game going on it would be impossible to get off campus for payments, thus right now only thing I can do is a BOA online instant wire. Let me know if interested.
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