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1  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTS] Gym clothing for BTC on: October 04, 2015, 07:29:15 PM
Price added, forgot it last time! More items coming later Smiley
2  Economy / Goods / [WTS] Gym clothing for BTC on: October 01, 2015, 11:36:29 AM
Hello everyone!

I have been a seller of gym clothing for quite some time now on eBay but recently decided to switch from there to the world of BTC. Mostly due to ridicilous PayPal policies and fees.

I am selling gym clothing, stringers, shorts etc. and will be adding more products once I get this started.

How to order:
1. Post here or PM me with:
- The size and color of the item
- The wallet address you used to pay for the order
2. I will send you a message back after the item has been shipped. You will receive a tracking code with the PM
3. Send the amount according to BTC-E course

NOTE: MY ONLY WALLET ADDRESS IS: 1GMBE7KadSJ7g7PmKSyVD8WLmsrZH4re17

PRICE: 11.99$




PRICE: 11.99$

Sizing chart:
M: Chest 90-105cm Length 68cm
L: Chest 106-115cm Length 70cm
XL: Chest 120-130cm Length 72cm

1inch=2.54cm

T.O.S
- I will not be going first, payment has to be sent to me prior to shipping the item.
- Buyer will receive a tracking code once the items are registered to a shipping company.
- Shipping might take even up to 60 days. If the items are not received after 60 days after ordering the buyer will receive 100% refund or the items reshipped free of charge.
- Buyer has 15 days to return the items after receiving the items. Return shipping is paid by the buyer.
- Please allow reasonable amount of color difference and size difference. Fabric color may differ depending on the batch and pieces are hand cut.
- I will be using BTC-E course!

I may have forgotten something which I will add to the post later! If you have any questions, don't hesitate to PM me!
3  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] 0.1BTC with PayPal on: July 11, 2015, 10:59:38 AM
Hi!

I would like to buy 0.1BTC with PayPal. I would be paying by BTC-E course (at the time of writing 260,5499/BTC).

I understand PayPal is easily reversible, thus the low amount. I also have verified PayPal if that helps your situation at all.

I won't be going first unless you are a trusted member. New members are also welcome to trade (note that in this case I won't be going first).

You can reach me via PM or by posting to the thread : )
4  Economy / Digital goods / [SELLING] Domain names on: April 17, 2015, 04:31:33 PM
Hello!

I'm selling domain names, I wont start naming prices but all will be sold by offers. You may offer anything via message to the topic or a PM. I will then answer you if its okay for me or not. All the domain names are registered to my Namecheap.com account and will be transferred to your Namecheap account after I have received the payment. All domains come with a one year free whois guard (from the registration date).

Currently I only accept BTC as a payment method. If a buyer wants we can use an escrow (buyer pays all fees).

Current domain names:

coinstore.biz

cryptostore.biz

cryptowallet.biz



I will be adding more domain names for sale once I register more! If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask them!
5  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Garbage Man Gets 30 Days in Prison for Collecting Trash Too Early on: March 12, 2015, 07:44:10 AM
We have to remember that rules are rules and they should not be broken. Although the sentence for this was a bit harsh, I'm sure a fine would have been enough Cheesy
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What cryptocurrency do you have the most faith in the long term? on: March 12, 2015, 07:40:00 AM
Monero 70 votes vs Bitcoin's 66.

The altcoin section of this forum sometimes feels a bit ridiculous.

There is no point to Bitcoin now that we have the cryptonote technology

If we posted this poll for everyone to see, for example to the index page of the forum so everyone would vote, I'd imagine BTC to win.

The problem is that alot of people who are into BTC are not aware of many alts at all, some even ignore them completley and only beleive BTC to be the future, so that can make things biased in that direction too.

Yea but I am sure that 100% of the forum users know atleast few alts.
And the problem with posting the poll here is that there are many believers who only believe in alts and think that BTC will drop dead
7  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: In 2015, faucets are bad for bitcoin on: March 12, 2015, 07:36:37 AM
In 2015, faucets are not bad but 100% DEAD for bitcoin
Nope, as someone mentioned, beginners benefit by getting some free satoshi to play with, plus people living in Africa will benefit too. They will big time too from sig campaigns, given their english is competent.

there are signature campaigns for newbies that pay 1k satoshi/post or so.

How long would take to faucet 1k Satoshi(I guess more than the time required to write 1 post)

Not that low! Maybe 100 satoshis per post, and those campaigns were very evident in 2014. Idk if there are still campaigns accepting newbies that offer better incentives than those of existing faucets.

There's not, because people would just create new accounts, spam until they get caught/banned, put the money they earned aside, and repeat the process. Not to mention newbies are really limited on signatures, which kills the flair.

Dont forget that some of the signature campaigns have a limit for how many posts/week/month the user will get credited for.

The limits are really worthless, when you think about it. You can buy and sell accounts on the forums. So if you want to go outside that limit, buy more accounts, max. out their limits, and continue doing that and using the money to get more (or just hold a few). Limits just add that extra step, and they really don't resolve anything.

Yea but the extra step added cuts down lazy people like me from posting more than the limit is Smiley
8  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: In 2015, faucets are bad for bitcoin on: March 11, 2015, 10:10:49 PM
In 2015, faucets are not bad but 100% DEAD for bitcoin
Nope, as someone mentioned, beginners benefit by getting some free satoshi to play with, plus people living in Africa will benefit too. They will big time too from sig campaigns, given their english is competent.

there are signature campaigns for newbies that pay 1k satoshi/post or so.

How long would take to faucet 1k Satoshi(I guess more than the time required to write 1 post)

Not that low! Maybe 100 satoshis per post, and those campaigns were very evident in 2014. Idk if there are still campaigns accepting newbies that offer better incentives than those of existing faucets.

There's not, because people would just create new accounts, spam until they get caught/banned, put the money they earned aside, and repeat the process. Not to mention newbies are really limited on signatures, which kills the flair.

Dont forget that some of the signature campaigns have a limit for how many posts/week/month the user will get credited for.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: All altcoins will survive on: March 11, 2015, 10:01:11 PM
Not even sure if OP is for real with this one... Not many altcoins really survive.
10  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: What's the deal, miners? on: March 11, 2015, 09:55:10 PM
Buy in bulk and it will reduce costs considerably.

Do not buy 1-3 SP31, order 20-40 then the pricing makes it so you can make profit.

No.  You can no longer make your money back on hardware.

Most of the people running miners today, like me, bought them last year.  Now that I have them, and they are running, I lose more money by shutting them off and selling the hardware than I do by keeping them running.  I will not make my money back unless the price of bitcoin goes back to at LEAST $700.  But a small revenue stream is better than nothing at all.

As said many times before; ROI is possible if electricity cost is low.
11  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: What's the deal, miners? on: March 09, 2015, 08:12:07 AM
I'm paying about 0.03$/kw for my electricity which is really low. I live in an apartment with two other guys and we split the electricity bill (they have no idea I have few ants running on my balcony Tongue)

That's a pretty assholish thing to do. Imagine what they will do when they find out you are taking advantage of them.

Propably yea although running two S3's with one 750W PSU doesn't use much power : )
If I'll expand the mine more I'll have a discussion with them : )
12  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: What's the deal, miners? on: March 09, 2015, 07:05:41 AM
I'm paying about 0.03$/kw for my electricity which is really low. I live in an apartment with two other guys and we split the electricity bill (they have no idea I have few ants running on my balcony Tongue)
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero Speculation on: March 09, 2015, 07:03:29 AM
In certain parts of the EU there are restrictions on merchants accepting cash for transactions over a certain amount.

It was my understanding (perhaps incorrect?) that these laws prohibited even private party cash transactions, not just merchant transactions.

Assuming correct (if not, wait a little while and it probably will be), this same law could likely apply to anonymous virtual coin transactions between private parties.

Anyway, at the moment I don't see much of a movement toward banning virtual currencies, and this is indeed somewhat surprising relative to expectations a few years ago, although I think the winds could shift on that, especially with respect to untraceable virtual currencies. Nothing is certain though.

Here is an example of the law in Spain. It bans bearer (not just cash) transactions that are payments from consumers to businesses, so it would also apply to crypto currency. Spain in a country where tax evasion is the national sport, followed by football (soccer).  http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2012-11-19/spain-cash-transaction-ban-begins-as-rajoy-targets-tax-fraud. https://www.boe.es/boe/dias/2012/10/30/pdfs/BOE-A-2012-13416.pdf My take, knowing the culture well, is that this is doomed to failure since people with just use the "black money" for many day to day expenses that fall well below the threshold.

Exactly. But then again, wouldn't people find way to evade this with cryptocurrencies too?
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: What cryptocurrency do you have the most faith in the long term? on: March 09, 2015, 06:59:50 AM
Monero 70 votes vs Bitcoin's 66.

The altcoin section of this forum sometimes feels a bit ridiculous.

There is no point to Bitcoin now that we have the cryptonote technology

If we posted this poll for everyone to see, for example to the index page of the forum so everyone would vote, I'd imagine BTC to win.
15  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Paypal chargeback, for the third time on: March 09, 2015, 06:57:28 AM
Wondering can you chargeback with skrill?

PayPal Payza Neteller and Skrill all have chargeback!
Many user's don't know about neteller and skrill chargeback


Wow, thanks for the heads up. I thought skrill was better than paypal in terms of dealing with cryptocurrencies, and more people have used skrill.

Yea I didn't know about this either. If I sell my BTC, I always do it via bank transfer. That way if they try to chargeback the money they'll need to pretty much sue me Cheesy
16  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Mine bitcoins instead of captcha/paywall? on: March 08, 2015, 11:08:28 PM
I agree with other users. Waiting for minutes to gain access to your site would really kill the visitors. Entering a captcha is much easier/quicker. I would be nice if you could somehow make your visitors mine coins for you without them knowing when they surf your site Wink
17  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: BITMAIN announces Antpool on: March 08, 2015, 11:01:22 PM
I'll be trying this pool next week once I get to my miners. Hopefully it's better than Ghash.io... Can anyone tell me if my mining profits are transferable directly to Hashnest to buy cloud mining?
18  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: *** GHash.IO mining pool official page *** on: March 08, 2015, 10:59:36 PM
The last withdrawal trouble was the last nail to my casket. They've had lots of troubles with mining lately (getting 0GH/s on my miners, DDOS's, cex.io withdrawal troubles etc.) and I'll be moving to a new pool once I get to my miners in a few days. Propably Antpool
19  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: New Diff thread Mar 8 to Mar 22. on: March 08, 2015, 10:56:21 PM
Ill have to go with the OP. Hopefully it drops a little ; )

-0.51 to -0.75
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero Speculation on: March 08, 2015, 10:53:07 PM
In the United States and in Canada there are requirements that one report cash or bearer instrument transactions over a certain size and in certain circumstances but they are not illegal. In certain parts of the EU there are restrictions on merchants accepting cash for transactions over a certain amount. I also suspect that it is a matter of time before cryptocurrency regardless of how anonymous it is will be treated the same as cash is this respect.

As for cryptocurrency being made illegal in those countries with convertible widely traded currencies such as the US, EU, Canada etc the chances are very low and all indicators are against a move toward banning cryptocurrecny. What we are seeing and will see is the regulation of all the intermediary players and service providers. It is for this reason that DRK has a much higher regulatory risk than XBT, or XMR, since the masternodes due to their limited number are a prime target for regulation. I would say the same for semi centralized structures such as delegated proof of stake, and currencies such as Ripple and Ethereum. In those countries with exchange controls for example Iceland, China etc., the changes are very high that cryptocurrency will be made illegal or already has.

Spending some time understanding how government regulation actually works, will go a long way to unuderstanding  what the regulatory risks actually are. I stand by my position that a pure POW decentralized crypto-currency such as XBT or XMR has very little regulatory risk at the protocol level; furthermore there is already a fair amount of information on where the regulators actually stand. This in not the case at all with a very large proportion of the alt-coins and assets on the market today. The key thing to understand here is that any amount of centralization no matter how small will likely attract government regulation.

I really like you Grin It would be really hard for governments to regulate Crypto users, even harder than cash payment users. All kinds of credit cards are easy to follow but they have no possible way to follow every cash payment. Same goes with Crypto payments.
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