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1  Economy / Collectibles / AUCTION - 0.5BTC Ungraded Casascius Brass - LAST HOUR!! on: September 13, 2017, 07:34:27 PM
This Auction is for an ungraded 0.5BTC brass Casascius coin.

This came direct from Casascius himself was unpacked and put directly into the case. Should be a good opportunity to get a high quality example at decent price.

You dont need me to tell you that owning one of these in the not too distant future will make you an incredibly cool person. (Babe or guy magnet depending on your preference.)





Terms:
STARTING BID: 0.5BTC
MINIMUM BID INCREMENT: 0.01BTC (0.001BTC increments once we are into any extra time past the END TIME.
END TIME: Saturday, September 23, 2017 at 22:00 GMT.
SNIPE: Any bid made in last 15 minutes will extend the auction 15 minutes beyond end time until no new bids are made.
SHIPPING: Happy to send anywhere. Buyer pays postage. Will only send recorded and signed for. Postage details will be confirmed after sale depending on destination.
Escrow accepted if agreed with me before you place your bid.
Payment to be made within 48 hours of auction ending.
2  Economy / Collectibles / Large Casascius Coins on: June 06, 2017, 03:36:16 PM
How would anyone even attempt to sell a 5, 10 or 25 BTC coin now? You would need an armoured truck.  Grin Roll Eyes
3  Economy / Goods / Cryptosteel & Trezor on: May 16, 2017, 05:03:01 PM
Has anyone bought Trezor or Cryptosteel from the UK? I am struggling to find anywhere that sells them other than from the US.

Thanks
4  Economy / Goods / Buying from the US on: May 15, 2017, 09:22:52 PM
Does anyone have any advice on the best way to buy items from the US and have them shipped to the UK?

Thanks

5  Other / Politics & Society / NHS Ransomware attack on: May 12, 2017, 03:10:09 PM
Will anyone care?

It will give anti-bitcoin peeps something to shout about I suppose.

6  Economy / Collectibles / [Auction] Ungraded Brass 1BTC Casascius (LESS THAN 24 HOURS LEFT) on: February 08, 2017, 10:09:28 PM
Hi all

I have a single 2013 brass casascius for sale. It's been kept in a capsule and is in good condition. Not graded unfortunately but you should end up with a bargain as a result.





Copied the terms from another auction with a few tweaks in case someone notices. Wink

Auction Terms:

Starting Bid:  1.0 BTC

Bid Increments:  .01 BTC

Auction Ends:  Sunday, 19th February  2000 GMT

Sniping:  Each bid in the final 15 minutes adds 15 minutes until no bid has been made for 15 minutes

Excluded from Bidding:   I may exclude bidders, or require a deposit with escrow, for any bidders at my sole discretion.  If you are a brand new account, or have issues in your trust feedback, please PM prior to bidding

Forum downtime:  If the forum goes offline in the final 4 hours of the auction I may extend the auction at my discretion

Shipping:  At cost in addition to the winning bid.  Ships from UK

Escrow:  No problem, I have a good trust rating but happy to use someone reputable like OGNasty if you want. Buyer pays.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you.
7  Economy / Collectibles / Raffles on: June 13, 2016, 12:50:23 PM
I've been away for a while and dont remember seeing raffles as a way of selling coins. Just wanted to get some opinions on what people perceive as fair.

If for example you are raffling a coin with a value of 2BTC. (Content and numismatic value), how much on top could the raffler expect to add on without being out of order?

If you were to sell 25 tickets at .1 for example would that be seen as acceptable?
8  Economy / Collectibles / Graded or Ungraded on: June 13, 2016, 08:15:11 AM
Is it really worth getting coins graded? How much of a difference would it make on a 1BTC brass, 5BTC nickel 1BTC silver and a 25BTC? Is the only place to do it in the US?

Ta
9  Bitcoin / Meetups / Oxford UK. Thursday 29th May on: April 12, 2014, 10:44:28 PM
I am planning to organise a meet up in Oxford on Thursday the 24th May. Nothing to serious, just a chance for bitcoiners to get together and talk shop. If anyone feels like they have something interesting to say and would like to make a presentation please get in touch.

The venue will be the new sandwich and coffee shop that accepts bitcoin in the middle of town on Magdalen St, Jimbob's Baguettes. They also accept litecoin too if that interests anyone.

Plan is to start around 6:30 and go on to around 8

If anyone has any other ideas how to get this going and become a more regular thing with info and content that will be useful to people please get in touch too

If you just think you might be interested then post below Smiley
10  Bitcoin / Press / 1-4-2014 Oxford cafe accepting bitcoin OXFORD MAIL on: April 01, 2014, 09:57:34 PM
http://www.oxfordmail.co.uk/news/11115973.Cafe_claims_a__first__in_Bitcoin_market/
11  Economy / Services / Vanity address wanted on: March 20, 2014, 08:13:22 PM
I am looking for a vanity address with 7 characters after the 1

Please PM me a price you can do this for. It does not need to be Capitalised in any particular order just letters in the right order.

Thanks
12  Bitcoin / Press / [2014-03-02] - FT.com Britain To Scrap Bitcoin Tax on: March 02, 2014, 06:45:48 PM
Here's some good news for UK Bitcoin holders.

Quote

Britain’s tax authority plans to ditch its levy on Bitcoin trading only days after the collapse of Mt Gox, one of the virtual currency’s leading exchanges, losing almost $500m of customer deposits.

The UK’s welcoming approach to Bitcoin contrasts with the approach of other countries, amid concerns about its use for tax evasion and money laundering as well as its notoriety for wide fluctuations in value.

In a meeting with a group of UK traders last week, HM Revenue & Customs said it would not charge the 20 per cent VAT tax on trades, which entrepreneurs had complained made their businesses globally uncompetitive. HMRC went a step further, saying it would not charge the tax on their margins either.

The ruling sidesteps the thorny question of whether to class Bitcoin as a currency, but effectively treats it as such, and bases its policy on the EU law that exempts payments and transfers of “negotiable instruments” from tax.

Governments worldwide have wrestled with the conundrum of how to deal with virtual currencies, as businesses hoping to profit from a small but growing economy have lobbied for regulation that would allow them to flourish.

Singapore has issued tax guidelines for Bitcoin, while an internal US watchdog has criticised the Internal Revenue Service for not doing so.
“If they had added VAT that would have destroyed us, there would have been no point in starting this business at all,” said Jonathan Harrison, who has a start-up working on bringing Bitcoin ATM machines to the UK. “It’s great that the UK authorities are seeing Bitcoin as an innovative technology that can help the economy.”

The European Banking Authority has warned that consumers are not protected by any refund rights under EU law when using virtual currencies for commercial transactions. China has banned its banks from handling Bitcoin, while Russia and Vietnam have declared transactions illegal.

The decision comes as the Bitcoin Foundation, the non-profit advocacy group, told the Financial Times it would redomicile to the UK this spring from the US. Some Bitcoin users see the UK as a more favourable jurisdiction in the wake of Edward Snowden’s revelations about the US government spying on the internet as well as centre of a buoyant “fin-tech” industry.

The Bitcoin Foundation, set up to develop the software that runs the currency and to lobby governments and regulators, is searching for staff and office space in London, according to board executive director Jon Matonis.

Last year HMRC had classed Bitcoin as a voucher, charging VAT on the value of the coin itself. Businesses in the UK had protested against that treatment, saying it would drive customers abroad to countries where no charge was levied. HMRC later withdrew that guidance after meetings over the course of last year.

Other taxes, such as corporation tax, would still apply. The policy applies to all business that buy, sell or exchange Bitcoin.
The total value of all Bitcoins in circulation is $6.9bn, up from $150m a year ago, according to BlockChain.info. The price of Bitcoin stood at $555 on Sunday, according to the BTC-E exchange, down from a peak of $1,242 in December.

The tax authority said: “HMRC has been working closely with the Bitcoin industry on the tax treatment of trading in Bitcoins and commission. We will be issuing guidance shortly.”

Simon Dixon at Bank to the Future, which helps start-ups to raise funding and has 10 working on Bitcoin projects, said: “The Bitcoin start-up community is booming. If we get favourable regulations that will build a lot of interest from start-ups around the world to come and base themselves in London.”
13  Bitcoin / Legal / Lamassu in the UK on: February 15, 2014, 12:10:42 PM
Anyone know what the deal is with Lamassu machines here in the UK?

Are they legal? Does an operator need a licence?

Thanks
14  Economy / Services / Website needs building for sandwich shop. on: January 21, 2014, 04:17:57 PM
Hi

I am interested to know what people would expect to be paid for designing a website. It would be pretty simple in structure i imagine, no need for loads of pages. Just a few really nice looking ones.

Please PM me or write here with your offers and any experience you might have.

Thanks
15  Economy / Services / Logo for a sandwich shop competition - £30 in BTC Prize on: January 16, 2014, 02:25:31 PM
Hi

A friend of mine is opening a sandwich shop and wants to get a few people's ideas for a logo.

The name of the Shop will be Jimbob's Baguettes.

The main colour of the logo should be Orange/Burnt Orange.

If you want to have a go at designing a logo for it go for it. Their will be a £30 prize for the best entry, payable in BTC.

Any questions please post below

16  Economy / Service Discussion / BTC-E LTC Withdrawal on: January 11, 2014, 08:22:02 PM
Has anyone had any issues withdrawing from BTC-E? I initiated a withdrawal this morning and have still had nothing show up in the destination address.

Is this normal for BTC-E?
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Client question on: January 10, 2014, 08:18:12 PM
I have never downloaded a client before and just want to clarify something.

If i download the Coinye client, wait for it to synchronise and then receive some coins from someone is that basically irreversible? Is there anything else i need to do to be safe? I normally just use paper wallets and online wallets for day to day.

Thanks
18  Economy / Goods / 10% off at Goldsmiths & Ernest Jones UK **Jewellery & Watches** on: January 10, 2014, 10:57:18 AM
Just seeing if there is any interest for this.

I can get gift cards for Goldsmiths jewellers at 10% discount.

For example, you want a new Rolex that costs 4k. You pay me 3600 in BTC and you get a 4k gift card.

The other half wants a 2500 diamond necklace you pay me 2250 in BTC and you get a 2.5k gift card.

All pretty straight forward. If anyone is interested post on here and let me know

19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Litecoin Problem on: January 09, 2014, 01:18:32 PM
Can anyone help, i need to send some LTC but i only have them on a paper wallet. Normally with BTC i import paper wallet directly into block chain or mtgox and then send from there.

I can't seem to find that function on btc-e though. Is there another trusted online wallet service that i can do this with. (I will send the coins as soon as they are imported)

Thanks
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Takeaway.com accepting bitcoins :) on: January 06, 2014, 07:20:32 PM
I hadn't seen any notice of this and not really sure how long they have been accepting but i think it should be bigger news than it is.

I have just ordered my dinner from a takeaway registered with them and looking forward to my first meal paid for in crypto. Smiley Just wish it was delivered with drones in 10 minutes  Grin

If you are in the UK check out the site, there is loads of choice and bitcoin makes it nice and easy to pay obviously. takeaway.com

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