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1  Economy / Invites & Accounts / Re: [WTS] 252 MH/s Scrypt / 0.2 TH/s SHA256 Hashflare Account: $3000 on: July 18, 2017, 05:25:39 PM
Account has been sold.
2  Economy / Invites & Accounts / [WTS] 252 MH/s Scrypt / 0.2 TH/s SHA256 Hashflare Account: $3000 on: July 17, 2017, 11:35:46 PM
For sale immediately: my Hashflare cloud mining account with quite a bit of Scrypt hashrate.



Account would cost $13.50 * 252 (Scrypt) + $1.20 * 20 (SHA256) = $3426 new on Hashflare. Asking $3000, willing to consider reasonable offers (but don't waste my time). Payable in BTC or ETH - either you send first or escrow required; I'm fine with anyone well-known.

Upon confirmation of payment or escrow payment, I will contact Hashflare to transfer the account to your email address, after which you'll be able to login and change the withdrawal address to your own.
3  Economy / Services / Re: [HIRING] JavaScript programmer for small project -- place your bids!! on: June 02, 2015, 12:33:15 AM
This seems fairly well-specified already, but just to confirm:

- 2 simple HTML pages as portrayed in the OP, allowing drag-and-drop file selection (along with traditional menu-based selection), text input of private key or received signature (with an option to generate a new private key), and finally display of the signature or signee address (if valid) respectively.
- JS code performing the following functionality:
  1. Accept an arbitrary file.
  2. Append the characters "\x18Bitcoin Signed Message:\n".
  3. Twice SHA256-hash the resulting data and then sign the digest with the provided/generated private key.
  4. Display the signature encoded in Base64.
  5. Verify signatures created in this format, using this page, calculating the signee address for a valid signature.

Note that there will probably be practical filesize limits due to speed.

For that I bid 4 BTC, escrowed through anyone reasonable.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: Need someone to compile altcoin, get merkel etc, fill out the source and recompi on: January 26, 2015, 01:59:18 AM
PM'd.
5  Economy / Services / Re: Looking for Android and IOS Programmer(s) on: January 26, 2015, 01:25:37 AM
Potentially interested, pending further details. Feel free to PM.
6  Economy / Services / Re: Need multipool! on: January 23, 2015, 07:12:52 AM
PM'd.
7  Economy / Services / Re: 10 BTC for pool software install and config on: January 23, 2015, 06:45:17 AM
PM'd.
8  Economy / Auctions / Re: 24 Hour auction! buy my signature space for life! anything you want on there! on: February 09, 2014, 01:09:39 AM
Yes. Use forum time. Bitcoins101 won with 15.1 mBTC.
9  Economy / Auctions / Re: [WTS] ULTRA Premium bitcoin domain bit-coin (dot) com on: February 09, 2014, 01:06:32 AM
0.1 BTC through escrow. (this should be in Auctions)
10  Economy / Auctions / Re: 24 Hour auction! buy my signature space for life! anything you want on there! on: February 09, 2014, 12:59:04 AM
15 mBTC.
11  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] 4 Asus R9 280x on: February 04, 2014, 11:03:04 PM
PM'd.
12  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: WTS-5 X Scrypt Mining Rigs. 10+ MHs (PICTURES ADDED) Overnight Shipping Possible on: February 04, 2014, 07:54:37 PM
I would also consider selling the 5 to one person and offering a hosting plan for a year if anyone is interested in that the cost would be 550 LTC.


For the rigs and the hosting, or the hosting alone?
13  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: 200+ GH/s Antminer Here w/ pci-e connector cables for quick PSU hookup on: December 11, 2013, 02:19:48 AM
PM sent.
14  Economy / Auctions / Re: KNC Miner Saturn Bitcoin Miner 275 GH/s + Corsair 1200i IN HAND FRANCE on: December 07, 2013, 02:49:52 PM
How exactly should I access that FTP server? Authentication is required, and the standard anonymous credentials aren't accepted.
15  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: What methods are there to withdraw from MtGox without verification? on: May 06, 2013, 06:30:26 AM

1) Do exactly what they want and try to forget about the fact that you are giving personal data to a company with a history of leaking personal data. This is what most people do.
2) Forget about the BTC and let them keep it.
3) Take them to court, they might pay out instantly to avoid even more negative publicity but don't count on it. If you are American taking them to court might not be too hard as Japan has been an American occupied territory with a semi-autonomous government since WWII.


No appealing options in the bunch, alas.

You can withdraw your drug money by trading you BTC for old rickety chairs then making a bridge out of em and charging a fee to cross it.

I wasn't aware "old rickety chairs" was a currency that MtGox supported, and even if it was, I doubt I would be able to withdraw in it anyway.


Thanks for the assistance, what of it there was. Unfortunately, it seems the answer I sought doesn't exist.
16  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: What methods are there to withdraw from MtGox without verification? on: May 04, 2013, 06:22:57 AM
You should have verified yourself BEFORE conducting ANY sort of transaction on Mt. Gox. Always do the paperwork beforehand so that you don't get any surprises later on. Now you can either jump through hoops to verify yourself or cut your losses. I bet you'll choose the former regardless of your privacy concerns.

My account was created before verification, at least in its current form, even existed, and I had no idea that this could happen. In hindsight, of course, you are correct.

https://support.mtgox.com/entries/20195237-General-Questions

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Q: Why is my account pending review?

A: There are 3 main reasons for this.
You transgressed one of the following Mt.Gox rules as follows:
- You have more than one account.
- You are using services like TOR, VPN, or any public networks
- You are not making deposits or withdrawal with your personal account.   

Do any of those apply?

My ISP uses shared IPs, so I suspect that's where the confusion lies. (A support rep indicated something to do with multiple account on the same IP) Obviously, I have no control over this, but that didn't seem to deter them.

Thing is I'm not verified, and I can still move Bitcoins in and out.  Maybe something happened with his account that triggered it?

Irrelevant. He needs to verify to get his coins. That is all that matters now.

Thanks for the straight answer; that was more than support managed to give me.

Is it possible to terminate an account as described in the ToS and withdraw that way?

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Should they wish to terminate their agreement with Mt. Gox, Members may close his/her Account at any time.

[...]

Upon termination, Members shall communicate a valid bank account to allow for the transfer of the currencies held on their account. Said bank account shall be held by the Member and shall be located in the same country from which funds initially originated (and in the case where funds originated from several countries, transfers shall be possible only to a valid bank account from which significant funds originated). Bitcoins may be transferred to a valid bank account only after conversion into a currency. Mt. Gox shall exercise reasonable efforts in transferring the currencies as soon as possible following the Memberís request provided, however, that any transaction fees levied by any bank intervening between the paying bank and the receiving bank (including the paying bank and the receiving bank) shall be deducted from the currencies transferred.




17  Economy / Trading Discussion / What methods are there to withdraw from MtGox without verification? on: April 30, 2013, 03:39:22 PM
I have a MtGox account (about a year old) that I had used a bit upon opening it but not much until recently, when I deposited around 40 BTC, conducted some trades, and now have (about) 52 BTC.

Unfortunately, my joy was dampened significantly upon discovering that I am now seemingly unable to withdraw this balance via any means I can find; even upon attempt of Bitcoin withdrawals as low as 0.01 BTC, the system returns an "Account Pending Review - Please Verify" (paraphrased) error. My "Funding Options" page lists daily withdrawal limits as 100 BTC / 1000 USD, as it always has, but this seems not to be reflected in my actual ability to withdraw funds.

I have never channeled large amounts of funds through this account, I only possess one account, and I have never accessed it through Tor.

As I have no desire to verify due to privacy concerns, I'm curious as to what methods, if any, exist for withdrawing funds from an unverified account, preferably ones that do not take too long.
18  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Enquiry about current services used in this forum on: April 27, 2013, 04:52:34 PM
Also another things occured to me.Since I still have questions to ask,I was looking into selling off debts that people owe me (as I'm owed 5BTC from bad loans on top of more substantial debts in real life due to defaulters and I was hoping the BTC world can offer me advice,solutions or a way to offload these debts)

I may have asked this before (but I can't recall as it was made more than a year ago,that query) but since a lot of things have changed on here,what is the best way to go about this as I need to recoup some of the losses (I understand that debts can only be sold off from 2% to 15% of the debt's value at most according to wikipedia and accepted practice in the financial world).

Is this possible?

Thanks

I've got around 2k BTC in bad debt, all completely worthless. It entirely depends on the lender. If you're talking about private debt from an anonymous scammer, don't even bother. A provable account balance on a defunct exchange might or might not be worth something. In any case, don't expect the rules of the "real world" to apply here - identified individuals using fiat currency are far different from internet forum users using bitcoins.
19  Economy / Securities / Re: Bitcoin's oldest and greatest public company is one year old. on: April 25, 2013, 09:14:41 AM
trying to get 1 extra zero per each adjective? XD

Hopefully a little more than zero.

I think he meant at the end rather than the front.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will "satoshi" ever login again? on: April 25, 2013, 01:49:37 AM
Do you think "satoshi" will ever just randomly log in one day and post something?

No. He's still here, I suspect, but retaining that identity was unnecessarily dangerous.

It seems as if that would be the only way for "satoshi" to ever be proven to be who he is.

Now I very much doubt he intends to do this, but there are certainly other and more reliable ways: signing a message indicating his identity with an address that's provably his (e.g. the genesis block reward address), for one.
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