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101  Economy / Long-term offers / Re: Bitcoin Savings & Trust - Money Returned List (none so far). on: August 20, 2012, 08:29:51 PM
yeah got back 50 btc from blockchain!

b2c83a5a3f46b0f49f709f07c0fc6ab968a6aac3749d8c2d5052bb7c5a49db72

Is this legit?
102  Economy / Securities / Re: (GLBSE) TYGRR.BOND-P 4.85% weekly uninsured pass though bond to BTCST on: August 20, 2012, 06:12:31 PM
Goat, can you keep us updated on the status of the Pirate payouts?  Thanks Smiley
103  Other / Off-topic / Re: This is ridiculous, pirate scared the shit out of people. on: August 20, 2012, 06:07:13 PM
Omfg guys, Pirate has already explained that he DOES NOT fk around with money that is not his property, He has told everyone "i personally own 30kbtc, BCS&T has about 500k"
So when does the disbursement start?  He said he's going to start today, but I don't think anybody has seen anything yet.
104  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: BITCOIN SAVINGS & TRUST - Just when you thought Bitcoin was instant.... on: August 20, 2012, 06:04:59 PM
Has anybody started getting their coins back yet?
105  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: It's monday now, i'm waiting for pirateat40 returning coins to his "investor" on: August 20, 2012, 04:25:41 PM
Has anybody even made contact with him (PM/Email/IRC/voice) since he made the announcement about closing down BTCST?
106  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: It's monday now, i'm waiting for pirateat40 returning coins to his "investor" on: August 20, 2012, 04:10:09 PM
I wouldn't hold my breath.
107  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: Macbook Pro 13 Inch on: August 20, 2012, 04:48:53 AM
Are you serious? Search by image is rolled out years ago
^ lol Google hipster
108  Economy / Goods / Re: Hand made chainmail shirt & coif on: August 19, 2012, 12:03:56 AM
I had a chainmail bikini top made for me at the Renaissance Festival a few years ago and it took a long time to get everything just right. How well do the tops fit without actually having the person you're making it for there to tailor it to?
109  Economy / Securities / Re: Kraken Fund (closed to new accounts) on: August 18, 2012, 10:17:38 PM
Hi Patrick.  Can I be on the wait list for #2 as well?  Thanks in advance.
110  Economy / Lending / Re: Loan for my car requested on: August 18, 2012, 03:19:28 PM
Actually, A professional post rather than some shit sob story would most definitly attract more lenders. EG: Need 150btc, <insert repayability and style> <Insert intrest> <insert a DEADline> <insert link to credibility>

Works for me all the time.

It probably doesn't hurt that you're an OG member either Tongue
111  Economy / Securities / Re: (GLBSE) TYGRR.BOND-P 4.85% weekly uninsured pass though bond to BTCST on: August 18, 2012, 02:25:28 PM
The pass through bonds are now essentially bets if pirate will pay back or not... it's a pretty equilibrium, interesting...

If pirate knows hes going to pay back he should buy every single bond out there for massive profits  Cheesy

There's around 1500 shares of BOND-P with an ask price of below 1.00 and they have an average price of ~.95 BTC.  So he could make a profit of about .05 BTC per share, minus fees, or about 73 BTC.  Not even worth his time, IMHO.
112  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: So now that Pirate is closing BTCST... on: August 17, 2012, 10:44:10 PM
If pirate is legit and has some extra coins, he should be buying every single pass through selling under face value.  Of course, this hasn't happened...

Good call.  However, with the volume of BTC Pirate deals with, I'm not sure he'd want to bother with the relative tiny batches being sold below face.
113  Economy / Service Discussion / So now that Pirate is closing BTCST... on: August 17, 2012, 08:32:20 PM
...will we get to know what he was really doing?
114  Economy / Securities / Re: (GLBSE) TYGRR.BOND-P 4.85% weekly uninsured pass though bond to BTCST on: August 17, 2012, 07:22:19 PM
Chaang Noi,  are you still good for a buy back at 1?


as soon as i get the funds from pirate, i requested 5000 btc from him yesterday, he said it would be here shortly, however now that he closed i dont think he will pay out until Monday. so i dont know :/


   
I think you need to ask for 27 895 + dividends Smiley


that 5k was partly for your payment, and yeah, funds will be passed on once i get them. thanks

Oh cool.  I guess we just have to wait and see.  What becomes of the TYGRR.BOND-PI?  Err, I guess I should ask this in the other thread.
115  Economy / Securities / Re: (GLBSE) TYGRR.BOND-P 4.85% weekly uninsured pass though bond to BTCST on: August 17, 2012, 06:49:09 PM
Chaang Noi,  are you still good for a buy back at 1?


as soon as i get the funds from pirate, i requested 5000 btc from him yesterday, he said it would be here shortly, however now that he closed i dont think he will pay out until Monday. so i dont know :/



Will my funds fit within that 5000 btc request?  I initiated my req yesterday from you Smiley
116  Economy / Securities / Re: [GLBSE] BDT - 3% weekly interest bond, backed by Bitdaytrade on: August 17, 2012, 05:35:54 PM
Don't be impudent. Despite of what you think, I'm not stupid and I see quite well through what you're actually doing.

You advertise yourself as the most honest guy out there, more trustworthy than OCT rating, asking people who don't trust you to keep off your bonds, you even sacrifice for the investors, but when it actually comes to fulfilling your commitments, i.e. to buyback the bonds as you promised, you just look away pretending that you haven't noticed the question. Or you are just too busy with your next holiday...

You call people who sell your bond <1.0 stupid, but the truth is that they are actually not that stupid, because the main reason why the TYGRR.BOND-P have been underpriced for weeks is that you simply don't honor your own obligations.
So next time, before you start throwing shit onto others, why won't you just try looking into a mirror first?
To be fair, I have talked with Goat via PM, and I've already sent in my shares to be paid out at 1.0485 (or whatever the new Pirate rate is, minus Goat's fee) per share on Tuesday.
117  Economy / Securities / Re: (GLBSE) TYGRR.BOND-P 6.8% weekly uninsured pass though bond to BTCST on: August 17, 2012, 12:45:00 PM
I find it interesting that after the rate change, the prices on this bond dropped to a point that the actual return is roughly at 7% again.  Cheesy Definitely a steal, IMO.

I was thinking the same thing. 
118  Economy / Securities / Re: (GLBSE) TYGRR.BOND-P 6.8% weekly uninsured pass though bond to BTCST on: August 17, 2012, 11:21:17 AM
Thread title needs updating to reflect the new rate Smiley
119  Economy / Speculation / Re: I speculate we won't go any higher than 13.50 this week. on: August 17, 2012, 03:26:03 AM
People we are going back to $17.50 at least before the end of the year. I say this because mtgox was trading at that price before mtgox got hacked and everyone went bearish. Buy now maybe you will tip me later if I'm right  Grin

Ah, the good ol days.  I remember the price sitting at $17.XX for weeks on end, to the point where people were posting threads like "Why $17?Huh"
120  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Open-air mining frame? on: August 16, 2012, 10:33:59 PM
Does anybody still sell those open-air frames?  I'm thinking about building a new game system, but all the McATX boxes look the same and dumb.
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