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21  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Merry Christmas! Get your first BTC here free! on: December 25, 2012, 05:07:03 AM
thx 1tHXmntuyAvFmJrZfrRNWkrnB9Rq3nnu4

Smiley

Done.
22  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Merry Christmas! Get your first BTC here free! on: December 25, 2012, 05:06:24 AM
Merry Christmas... slowly learning how this works:  188FCZTf1Tc91nj3cTfPThvVKe6dFrNX7h

Sent. Wink
23  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Merry Christmas! Get your first BTC here free! on: December 25, 2012, 05:05:50 AM
Sweet!   15bmavGefwWQTbT6JghTYRGRQAorTwNQJi

Sent!
24  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Merry Christmas! Get your first BTC here free! on: December 25, 2012, 05:05:18 AM
Merry Christmas!! Smiley 1AgqPNtb2dvQmqsc4q24771usGJPsTnSQe

Sent
25  Other / Beginners & Help / Merry Christmas! Get your first BTC here free! on: December 24, 2012, 11:49:21 PM
In honour of Solstice Festivals worldwide over the next 30 hours or so, we're giving 0.1 BTC to each of the first ten newbs to post a bitcoin address below.

If you don't know how to get a bitcoin address, http://weusecoins.com/getting-started.php gives a nice overview.

Happy spending!
Jeremy
26  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Spend Bitcoins Actually Asked Questions on: December 13, 2012, 10:16:11 AM
We do have to keep logs for our own accounting records, but we do not ask for any personal information whatsoever for buy orders and bank details are the only personal details we have for sell orders. We will never give anyone access to any of our records unless required to by law, and the bank has and will deliver those exact same records if required by law.

I don't see how all bitcoin addresses forwarding to our own address is unsafe whatsoever. All it means is that the bitcoins have come to us, and we are a perfectly legal company registered and following all laws and regulations to the best of our and our legal team's knowledge. Selling bitcoins to us is perfectly legal and there is no reason I can think of that it would be unsafe for anyone to know that a particular address sold bitcoins to us.
27  Economy / Currency exchange / International Wire Transfers Available again on Spend Bitcoins! on: December 09, 2012, 12:03:58 PM
That's right!

Click on International Wire Transfer at http://spendbitcoins.com/convert to convert up to 10,000 AUD worth of bitcoins into money in any bank account worldwide. We transfer AUD (minus our bank’s $22 fee)* by next business day, so your bank should credit within 3 business days of your bitcoin transfer to us.
 
*We send AUD, your bank will convert to the currency of your bank account. Please check with your bank for exchange rates and any charges.
28  Economy / Goods / Re: Spend Bitcoins - Buy and Sell Bitcoins in Australia on: December 09, 2012, 11:58:15 AM
UPDATE: International Wire transfers now available again at http://spendbitcoins.com/convert.

Happy spending!
Jeremy
29  Economy / Currency exchange / 5% extra AUD for your bitcoins, limited time on: December 09, 2012, 03:33:31 AM
Until we have balanced our position to where we want it to be, we are offering 5% more** AUD for your bitcoins than Mt Gox. Head over to https://www.spendbitcoins.com/convert/bitcoins-to-australian-bank-account/ NOW to get extra Australian Dollars in your Australian bank account!

Happy spending,
Jeremy

**This is a limited time offer that could end anytime without notice. Up-to-date rates are always posted on our site, so whatever rates are posted on the site are the accurate current rates. By the time you get there these may or may not include the 5% bonus.
30  Economy / Currency exchange / Cash out your Mt Gox coupon or bitcoins fast on: December 08, 2012, 07:54:24 AM
I'm looking to buy Mt Gox coupon (and want it quicker than Mt Gox will credit it) or bitcoins. You transfer Mt Gox coupon or bitcoins first based on my reputation (http://bitcoinfeedback.com/viewuser.php?un=spendbitcoins&id=136) and I wire the fiat* to any bank in the world. I send Monday, should be to your bank by Wednesday. Please PM or reply to make a trade.

*I'll actually be wiring the xe.com AUD equivalent, and your bank will charge you something to convert it to your local currency. Please check your bank's currency exchange fees for details.
31  Economy / Goods / Re: Spend Bitcoins - Buy and Sell Bitcoins in Australia on: December 07, 2012, 02:11:59 AM
Ha! I misread Kano the whole time, I'm sorry. I thought you were saying the price to BUY bitcoins went up, but I've just reread it and see that you were saying the price to SELL bitcoins went up. Well, I just happen to have put it the other way around at the moment, so if anyone is looking to sell some bitcoins, you'll currently get 2% more with us than with Mt Gox.

Sorry for the misunderstanding Kano! Smiley
32  Economy / Goods / Re: Spend Bitcoins - Buy and Sell Bitcoins in Australia on: December 07, 2012, 01:30:55 AM

Our rate is not based on Mt Gox current, it is based on Mt Gox 24 hr high, to protect us from losing money on days with big swings, which I assume is what the days you saw a higher rate were.


Happy spending!
Jeremy

Now I'm confused, I got this the other day after putting a question online..

Quote from: Jeremy West

Jeremy West, Dec 02 06:28 (EST):
Hi there,
Yes we are still operational. Our rates are based on our own supply and
demand.
Happy spending,
Jeremy West

Is on based on your own supply or MtGox 24hr high?

-still confused Tongue


Okay, sorry for the confusion. Technically it's based on our own supply and demand as occassionally (especially on late Saturday, all day Sunday) we adjust how it calculates off the Mt Gox 24hr high if we are oversupplied on bitcoins. This has meant sometimes the sell price and buy price are both lower. What I was indicating in the previous answer here is that we didn't RAISE our buy rate. We might have done so once or twice when bitcoins were in short supply, but that would have been 8 months or more ago, not last month.

At any rate, you are correct, our prices can diviate as to how far they are from Mt Gox due to our own supply and demand. You might sometimes get a really good deal on one side or the other if we are trying to balance our position. Generally, however, it is pretty staticly based on Mt Gox prices, at least Monday-early Saturday.
33  Economy / Goods / Re: Spend Bitcoins - Buy and Sell Bitcoins in Australia on: December 06, 2012, 08:50:36 AM
Well it dropped back down some days later - so no idea what you mean about your post Tongue

At the moment it's 65c per BTC - back to roughly around where it normally was.
When I posted it was $1.65 (as I said)

What happened to BPay?
(BPay disappeared at the same time the fee jumped up $1)

I think I see what you are saying. Our rate is not based on Mt Gox current, it is based on Mt Gox 24 hr high, to protect us from losing money on days with big swings, which I assume is what the days you saw a higher rate were.

As to Bpay, we were advised by legal representation that offering a Bpay service made us a payment processor, which would have required licensing which is not required for simply buying and selling bitcoins. We pulled the service as soon as we were advised of this. We apologise for the inconvenience caused, but it only effectively adds one day to paying your bills, as you can sell your bitcoins to us and then pay your bill from your bank account when the AUD arrives.

As always, very happy to answer any other questions.

Happy spending!
Jeremy
34  Economy / Goods / Re: Spend Bitcoins - Buy and Sell Bitcoins in Australia on: December 06, 2012, 01:16:38 AM
Hi everyone,

I'm sorry I haven't replied here, apparently I somehow turned off the alerts so I had no idea anyone had posted in this thread.

We are not and have never been affiliated with Cryptoxchange in any way, despite our similar company name (Cryptospend) and we never used Cryptoxchange to buy any bitcoins. We get the vast majority of bitcoins that we sell from people selling them to us at http://spendbitcoins.com/convert.

Our prices have not changed whatsoever. They have always been 10% above Mt Gox 24 hr high. This seems to cause some confusion whenever bitcoins rise in value, but it makes no difference whatsoever.

ie-1 bitcoin on Mt Gox = $10, 1 BTC with us = $11, which means $100 worth of bitcoins would be $110.
     1 bitcoin on Mt Gox = $100, 1 BTC with us = $110, which means $100 worth of bitcoins would be $110.

Does that make sense?

I'm sorry for any confusion caused.

Happy spending everyone!
Jeremy
35  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Buy bitcoins in Australia at Commonwealth, NAB, Westpac & Bendigo on: December 02, 2012, 09:18:07 PM
Bendigo added quite awhile ago. ANZ removed. Edited subject to reflect change.
36  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: FREE raffle for 20 BTC, just answer a quick survey. on: September 25, 2012, 07:23:50 AM

Also, did the survey anyways even though I missed the raffle window in hopes of furthering Bitcoin.

Thanks for that! You just earned 0.01 BTC! Wink
37  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: FREE raffle for 20 BTC, just answer a quick survey. on: September 24, 2012, 11:29:24 PM
perhaps you could also post the transaction of the prize.

I can now, because the winner has just given me her bitcoin address: 1HrMpG9JZ71gzXHPdyo2dwcExhKRGtBjQg and permission to congratulate her on the forums. Congratulations Bitgirl!

http://blockexplorer.com/address/1HrMpG9JZ71gzXHPdyo2dwcExhKRGtBjQg (just sent so will take a few minutes to show up).

Transaction ID dd9c655786fd1c50f99faa12efeef8c0809eced0ad8a00d550b9cf848d8788bf
38  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: FREE raffle for 20 BTC, just answer a quick survey. on: September 24, 2012, 01:55:17 AM
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Congratulations to entrant number 193. We have notified you by email that you are the winner. If you did not receive an email from us, you unfortunately were not the winner, but thank you so much for helping us know more about what the bitcoin community wants! We will endeavour to fill whatever needs we believe we are best positioned to fill.

Happy spending!
Jeremy
39  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: How much money have you lost in Bitcoin or Bitcoin-related ventures? on: September 23, 2012, 01:59:56 AM
There should be negative choices as some of us make a living with bitcoin. Smiley
40  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: FREE raffle for 20 BTC, just answer a quick survey. on: September 23, 2012, 01:58:48 AM
22 hours remaining until the raffle! Get in now!
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