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1  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 12 BitMain S3s EVGA PSUs Dell Server PSUs w/breakout on: February 20, 2015, 06:58:58 PM
Everything must go. No reasonable offers refused. You pay for escrow and shipping.
Shipping from 78753

BTC payment address is 12kp94AxdiwmdnMH6sNLBb3RESqLX7tBmY I will not ask you to send to another address so beware of of scammers sending you PMs

12 BitMain S3s (various batches all hashing around 440GHs)
1 EVGA 1500W PSU
3 EVGA 1300W PSUs
1 Thermaltake 1350W PSU
3 Dell 750W server PSUs with breakout boards and cables
3 Intellinet 5 port ethernet hubs
2 Siverstone fans

All PSUs have all cables.

2  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Why Trust A Stranger With Your Funds? MultiSig MicroTrust Escrow on: October 15, 2014, 10:15:10 PM
                                                                                                                               MultiSig MicroTrust Escrow
                                                                                                                                                        (Why Trust A Stranger)

Why trust me? Don't!!! This is about reducing risk maybe you should ask your regular escrow provider to offer multisig escrow it's safer...

MultiSig MicroTrust Escrow/Arbitration

EDIT: I wish I could take credit for this but all I did was host it. OutCast3k wrote the source. I have reached out to him to let him know what I did but have heard nothing. Full Credit goes to him.

When the transaction ends well and the buyer is satisfied, the buyer and the seller can sign a transaction together that releases the payment from the multisig address to the seller.
In case of a dispute, both parties can contact the 3rd party, explain their side of the story and ask him to approve a transaction that releases the payment in the manner they find fair.
The 3rd party can only approve a transaction that is signed by either the buyer or the seller, and cannot control the funds otherwise.

This is all done with the bitcoin-QT client as well.

3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / How To Verify Multisig Public Keys bitcoin-QT on: October 15, 2014, 02:53:38 PM
I'm wondering how you go about verifying the public keys used to create a multisig address? Prefer to do it using the redeemScript and the address itself vs. the txid.
4  Economy / Computer hardware / [NFS] 3 Dell Server PSUs with Boards and Cables 0.5btc PULLED on: October 02, 2014, 11:39:51 PM

Never mind I have decided to keep them. I had a deal with someone else to purchase their EVGA psus but that seems to have stalled.

Still Just asking 0.5BTC for these.

Like the title says 3 Dell Server PSUs 750W with Breakout Boards and Cables.
These all came from MinerSource the boards are made by sidehack.

Honestly the damn things are just too loud. I was warned that they were but I didn't realize they would be as loud as they are.

One of these will run 2 S3s.

I'll split the shipping 50/50 you pay the escrow (Ognasty).
Shipping From 78753

If you just want one 0.17BTC

I will not be sending a pm requesting a payment. The payment address I’ll be using for escrow purposes will be 12kp94AxdiwmdnMH6sNLBb3RESqLX7tBmY

5  Economy / Computer hardware / SOLD 5 S1 AntMiners 0.22 Each price lowered on: June 30, 2014, 02:00:02 PM

As the title says 5 S1's for sale 0.25BTC 0.22BTC each you pay shipping and yes escrow is fine. I'm in Austin Tx.

I have the original boxes they were shipped in.

They have all been updated with Kano's fix for the MITM attack found here.

6  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] NEVERMIND on: May 25, 2014, 05:34:47 AM
Seems to be little to no interest so nevermind.

I've got 3 Chili miners. 2 of them are Lucko boards 1 of them is a Mr.Teal board.

$45 paid in current bitstamp/coinbase btc price for each Chili includes USB cable and 400W Antec power supply

If you buy all 3 I'll include the Jalapeño and the  DLink USB hub with the extra USB cable.

The miners work great but my ambient temp in this room is high now so they are hashing a little less than normal. Typically I get 34 GH/s out of each Chili, the Jalapeño is the 6.5 GH/s version.

1 of the Lucko boards resets periodically but it doesn't affect the others and it just restarts itself. Sometimes it will go weeks without a restart and sometimes it will do it several times in a week but it's HW error rate is so low it actually does just as well as the other 2 that don't restart.

You pay shipping and yes I'm willing to use an escrow service.

EDIT: Just saw that BTC has rallied even more so I adjusted the price. No paypal...

7  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 49 Port Hub on: March 03, 2014, 11:02:18 PM
Just as the title says one 49 port hub for sale for $125 in bitcoin at current BitStamp price.

There is nothing wrong with it. I just sold my BE's and I don't need it any longer.

I'm in Texas and I'm willing to split shipping cost 50/50 in the U.S. outside the U.S. you cover the shipping.

I'm open to escrow of course but you pay the fee.

8  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] [WTS] 2 Chilis 38-39GH/s each with coolers and 2 power supplies on: January 17, 2014, 10:36:03 PM
I have had an unexpected expense and I am sadly selling 2 of my chilis.

They are from Mr.Teals batch 3 and have the 1.1v firmware flashed and they both hash around 38-39GH/s each. They both have Coolermaster 212 Evo coolers and they both have their own Antec 450w power supply all included. No problems with restarts. Of course I'm willing to use escrow but you pay the shipping and escrow if needed.

I am asking 1.25 BTC total firm. To all out there that I have offered lowball offers to when you were selling something here's your chance to return the favor. Pix below should say everything else. Shipping in USA only.

BAL 0 and BAL 1

9  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] Sapphire HD 7770 for sale on: September 27, 2013, 11:47:26 PM
Like the title says Sapphire HD 7770 for sale you can even have the dummy plug. It hashes away at a whopping 220 MH/s using CGMiner. I had it going for about 2 months but I am no longer GPU mining and don't need it. It's a good card the temps never got above 72F (22C) and it really wasn't used that long.
0.6 BTC and it's yours. I'm willing to use escrow if needed. If interested reply here or send me a pm.

10  Other / Beginners & Help / HHTT mining pool changes? on: April 13, 2013, 05:40:50 AM
I am very new to mining I found a pool I like  HHTT and love it. But recently there have been some changes And I would like someone  to explain them to me. PPLNS in particular vs the old PPS. My hash rate is below 2 M/hs right now but I am almost finished building a machine that should give me 450 M/hs and I am waiting for two BFL Labs Jalapeno rigs which should put me at a healthy 9000 M/hs when or if they ever come.But someone please tell me I'm not wasting my time trying to stay loyal to fireduck and his pool.BTC
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