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2161  Economy / Marketplace / Re: [ANN] LocalBitcoins.com - a location-based bitcoin to cash marketplace on: January 24, 2013, 09:44:34 PM
Feature request:

Ability for me to cause a new deposit address to be generated for my account. 

Currently, the blockchain shows all my deposits to a single Bitcoin address for my wallet at LocalBitcoins.

The whole concept of there being a new Bitcoin address for each transaction is so that privacy is maximized.    If I am restricted to a single Bitcoin address, then someone might figure out from a deposit transaction to LocalBitcoins which transaction was mine and then see how many coins I've deposited since I first created my LocalBitcoins account.
2162  Other / Politics & Society / Re: What Bill Gates thinks...does it matter? on: January 24, 2013, 05:47:55 PM
Found this article on Bloomberg, and made me think about the recent run up in bitcoin. Could it be that deep pockets are moving into alternate currencies? Has anyone else heard of the Better Than Cash Alliance? I thought that already existed, and it was called Bitcoin! I worry that the sheeple will use whatever their overlords tell them to use...

From another thread:

It took me just fifteen minutes of listening to Bill Gates on Charlie Rose to confirm that billionaires don't and won't like BItcoin.

Mr. Gates throws around a lot of "we did this" type of statements, and what he really means is "we used our power and influence to get governments to do this".  I'm not saying the accomplishments were bad, but anything that lessen's a billionaire's influence will not be something the billionaires will support.
2163  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-01-23 theverge.com - Bitcoin-funded online casino turned a $572,000 profit on: January 24, 2013, 01:48:46 PM
Quote
Nathan Ingraham
2013-01-23

What, is Adrianne too good to cover Bitcoin stories anymore?
2164  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin doesn't need your courage, you do. on: January 24, 2013, 11:50:52 AM

Where can I buy the T-Shirt with that?
2165  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Futures and/or Options Exchange? on: January 22, 2013, 01:04:39 PM
I haven't look for awhile.  Anything new?

Are there any Bitcoin futures/options exchanges with enough liquidity to make them functional?  Something with low enough transaction fees that would make hedging practical?

The volatility is what makes there be essentially so few methods to trade futures.
2166  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: LocalBitcoins on: January 22, 2013, 12:51:56 PM
after a seller has funded the transaction; can they withdraw the funds?

Can the seller withdraw the funds, or the buyer?
With LocalBitcoins, the word "reserved" could replace the term "funded". 

So a seller reserves funds for the transaction.  The seller can cancel the transaction at any time though, and get the reserved funds back.  Essentially a funded transaction simply proves that the wallet for the seller's account does have X bitcoins in it (and confirmed).

To make the funds available to the buyer, the seller needs to release the funds.  This can be done via SMS (using the release code given previously to the seller) or through the web interface.   Once the funds are released, they appear in the buyer's wallet and are already confirmed so can be withdrawn immediately.

If the buyer has internet access, the wallet can be monitored and managed via the web interface.  If the buyer does not have internet access, then the seller provides the release code. The seller only would know the release code once the funds were truly released.
2167  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Buy bitcoin or USD moneybrokers on: January 22, 2013, 12:43:55 PM
Is possible to use moneybrokers to buy bitcoin? If is impossible to buy direct, how can i buy USD with moneybrokers later buy bitcoin?

You can use Moneybookers (Skrill) to buy bitcoins at VirWoX and Bitcoin.de:
 - http://www.VirWoX.com
2168  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: algunas dudas, antes de invertir, nuevo usuario on: January 21, 2013, 03:36:03 PM
portatil 1:  acer aspire 5740, core i3 m330 @2,3 ghz 2,3 ghz, 4 gb memoria,
               ati Mobility Radeon HD 5400 Series
saco 10 Mhash/s

portatil 2:  asus n55s, core i5 2430M 2,40 Ghz, 6Gb memoria
               nvidia Geforce GT 635M
saco 25 Mhash/s

Traducido con Google Translate.
Avalon ASIC está a la venta. al menos las primeras unidades. Su primer grupo se sumará Thash muchos / s de capacidad, causando dificultad para espiga. Esto hará que los mineros GPU para salir en tropel.
Ahora no es el momento de empezar la minería GPU a menos que usted está buscando un pasatiempo para matar el tiempo.

---------------
Orginal translated with Google Translate.
Avalon ASIC is now shipping. at least the first units.  Their first batch will add many Thash/s of capacity, causing difficulty to spike.  This will cause GPU miners to quit in droves.
Now is not the time to start GPU mining unless you are just looking for a hobby to kill some time.
2169  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Am I being impatient with MTGox? on: January 21, 2013, 02:59:54 PM
Am I being impatient with MTGox or not?

Maybe try to PM Natalie.  She seems to able to come through where others don't (can't?):

I have updated your ticket and sent you a message regarding the status of your account.
2170  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: So how on earth am I supposed to get bitcoins in the UK? on: January 21, 2013, 02:23:50 PM
dunno if im just dumb, but I can see no UK options on Bitinstant Huh

They were beta testing a new online bank method, but then removed it.  I'm not sure if they just had to remove it to rework something or if they no longer are planning on offering it.
2171  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: paysafe card to btc on: January 21, 2013, 02:13:37 PM
hi im looking for someone on here who is known and and reliable and who exchanges paysafe cards to bitcoins?

It isn't cheap, but you can trade PaySafeCard through VirWoX.  I don't remember if Mercabit.eu does that as well yet or if they suspended that method.

2172  Local / India / Re: Buying & Selling Bitcoins and Liberty Reserve USD for Indian Rupees INR on: January 21, 2013, 02:04:19 PM
What i can do with gift certificate?

You can send it to me [as I'm paying for it].

So yes, I am looking for your price for you to pay 3,000 INR to Milap to purchase a 3,000 INR gift certificate.  

So I pay BTC some amount of BTCs to you.
You pay for a 3,000 INR gift certificate (your cost is 3,000 INR)
You receive a gift certificate e-code
You deliver that e-code to me (encrypted with my GPG public key, preferably)
I make the microloan under my account funded with the funds from the gift certificate.

So I need to know what amount, in BTCs, you are asking to make the 3,000 INR payment.  It can be credit card or Netbanking.

[Update: Through a different offer posted elsewhere I've completed two of these INR-denominated Milaap gift card purchases now.  Worked fantastically!]
2173  Economy / Goods / Re: What do you want to buy from Brazil? on: January 21, 2013, 01:52:42 PM
Sorry but nothing of this i can send Lol!

Well, maybe you simply send information.   A lot of bitcoiners in North America, Europe, and elsewhere are freezing their nards in the middle of winter. 

Maybe there is a vacation travel outfit in your area which would be interest to someone, where BTCs are sent to you and you pay BRLs to the travel operator (or you pay the reservation deposit and then simply convert the BTCs to BRL on the traveler's arrival).
2174  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Which services automatically convert on reciept of funds? on: January 21, 2013, 01:35:27 PM
- walletbit
 Bitcoin to Danish, SEPA or International. EUR, DKK, USD, CAD
- bitpay
 Bitcoin to ?

With Mt. Gox you can get conversion on arrival of USDs to BTCs, or from BTCs to USDs because that exchange allows order sizes that exceed available funds.  So when the funds arrive, they are automatically traded against the open, unfilled or partially filled order that is outstanding.

Also, their merchant services tool has an "autosell" flag so that the funds are automatically converted to fiat, without having to mess with leaving an outstanding order.
2175  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Arbitrage on 3 exchanges? on: January 21, 2013, 01:18:38 PM
Does anyone do it between exchange and across currency?

With the help of forex services like CurrencyFair and TransferWise, an individual might find success performing arbitrage against multiple currencies.  For instance, after converting USDs to EUR, you might then be able to buy BTCs on a BTC/EUR market with those EUR at a less cost than what it would have cost using those funds before converting to EUR.

One problem with that is that some exchanges (e.g., Mt. Gox) require that the account the funds come from must be the exchange account owner's own account.  When doing the EUR transfer from CurrencyFair, the sending bank account is CurrencyFair, not the individual trader's account.  Not all exchanges have this restriction.

There's some decent info on arbitrage opportunities here:
 - http://bitcoin-analytics.com  <--- Delayed, unless purchase the premium subscription.

2176  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Blockchain gets stuck downloading no matter what on: January 21, 2013, 12:56:24 PM
I don't know what is wrong. It's driving me crazy.

Are you using the latest release of the client, v0.7.2?
2177  Local / India / Re: Buying & Selling Bitcoins and Liberty Reserve USD for Indian Rupees INR on: January 21, 2013, 11:42:50 AM
Anyone have bitcoins to sell for cash, post or send pm with the price you want to give bitcoins to me.

I would like to make a microloan through Milap.

I can fund the loan using a gift certificate.  

The gift certificate can be purchased by you with INR either through Indian credit card or through Netbanking:
 - http://fundraiser.milaap.org/fundraisers/76#  <-- Click Contribute, then enter your name, e-mail, city and country.  
Then choose Currency INR and enter 3,000 Rs. enter "Water" for Cause.

Please PM your quote of how many BTC in exchange for your 3,000 INR that would then be paid to Milap.

2178  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: SatoshiDICE 50% sent neither a positive or negative response on: January 21, 2013, 11:13:00 AM
Happens. Just wait.

The funds for this specific wager included as input a transaction that itself had not confirmed.  SatoshiDICE puts itself at risk of a double spend attack by revealing win/loss when a wager includes either spammy transactions or unconfirmed transactions.  So once the wager transaction got a confirmation then that is when SatoshiDICE processed the wager and the payout followed immediately and was confirmed in the following block.
 - http://satoshidice.com/full.php?tx=8d53dc3b2d470c9458bde6b87345b938c1d2ad6e1a2da1a172e66c3f3ccf4dbb

So to avoid this from happening in the future, use a client like Bitcoin-Qt that won't let you spend unconfirmed funds.  If you insist on using Blockchain.info/wallet for this, then there remains the risk of this type of scenario happening.  There's nothing that will speed it up, so just be patient.
2179  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Can Virwex.com be trusted?Anyone order there before? on: January 21, 2013, 10:58:49 AM
No. It's a scam.

Confirmed:

Update, latest incarnation:
  VirWex.com

The e-mail address for that PayPal account:  ecashinc@msn.com

Previous scams (in chronological order) likely by the same scammer:

 - EasZPay.com
 - MtGax.com
 - MtGix.com
 - i4Dollars.com
 - BTKoin.com
 - BitcoinTalks.com


Please report this scammer as badware:

 - http://www.google.com/safebrowsing/report_badware/?url=http://virwex.com
2180  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: buying / trade / sell question on: January 21, 2013, 10:54:22 AM
I have an account at coinbase,

If you simply need to lock in the price today, purchasing through Coinbase lets you do that.  The coins are delivered when the ACH transaction completes after a few business days.

Dwolla works well if you already have funds sitting at Dwolla.  If you need to draw funds from your bank account, that process will take a few days.

Cash can be deposited at Chase bank and the funds applied to your BitMe.com exchange account.  The only problem is there isn't always sufficient liquidity.  At this particular moment there is an ask order at about the same level as at Mt. Gox.
 - http://www.BitMe.com
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