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1421  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: [WTS] 48,000 XRP on: June 02, 2013, 05:59:21 AM
Why not just sell them within the ripple client?  ~6857 is right about what they are going for.  No safer way than that. 

Just sold them via PM.  Smooth as silk.
1422  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Free .01 BTC for Next 10 Souls! | Love and Senior Celebration Thread! :) on: June 02, 2013, 04:39:02 AM
1CWwXXrcJZk6krbLcQtPQ8ZEvkrb42A3WW

Happy Birthday!
1423  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: [WTS] 48,000 XRP on: June 02, 2013, 02:23:36 AM
No deal has been reached.  These are still up for grabs.
1424  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS] 48,000 XRP [SOLD] on: June 01, 2013, 05:49:46 PM
Hello, I have 48,000 XRP for sale.

I'm looking to do a quick trade for BTC.  I'm looking for 7 BTC for 48,000 xrp.

Rules

1.)  Send me a PM with your stated interest and provide a valid XRP address.

2.)  I will reply with a BTC address to which you will send the 7 BTC.

3.)  You must pay first to receive XRP.

4.)  I will send XRP after the 7 BTC have arrived in my wallet.  I will probably wait for 1 or 2 confirmations before sending XRP.




If you missed out on the Ripple Giveaway, here's your chance to get some Ripple quickly, easily, and safely.

So, who wants 'em?


1425  Economy / Services / [WTS] Signature Space - Various Currencies Accepted on: May 07, 2013, 12:42:45 AM
It's that time again.  I offer my signature space.

I will rent monthly.  The minimum length is one month, the maximum is three.

I will accept BTC, LTC, and XRP.

There are three ad slots.  You may purchase any number, but please take consideration and reflect this in your offer.

PM with offers.  This thread will remain open until all three slots are filled.
1426  Economy / Long-term offers / Re: Need 1,000 or so Bitcoins to finance 121 kW solar farm on: May 07, 2013, 12:25:32 AM
I am a newbie and would like any feedback.  I have looked through the threads and have seen things all over the place.
If there are things that work better than others, let me know.  Thanks.

Don't ask for a 1,000 BTC loan (>$100,000 USD) as a newbie.  Nobody will take you seriously especially given the extreme lack of detail provided in your request.

1)  Build up your reputation by successfully completing numerous transactions and compiling your positive feedback.

or...

2)  Make a better "elevator" pitch, but forget the elevator.  You need to come at us with detail.  Convince us without a doubt that you have a means of paying back the loan within the given time frame, and with a loan this size, be transparent about your identity.  People will want to know -- also without a doubt -- that they will be able to track you and find you if you fail to repay.

Edit:  Better yet, just imagine what it would take to convince you to give me a 1,000 BTC loan.  I am "the joint" and you know nothing about me.
1427  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: I'm sick of scammers. on: May 07, 2013, 12:04:06 AM
Remember, anonymity is rather useless unless you're a criminal or a scammer (or if you suspect the other person will kill you).

Here's a tip:  call the guy!
1428  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: [WTS] 12,000 xrp for 1 BTC on: May 07, 2013, 12:00:53 AM
Wow, these sold out fast (approximately 2-3 minutes after I posted with a price updated, a single buyer scooped them up like hotcakes).
1429  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: [WTS] 12,000 xrp for 1 BTC on: May 06, 2013, 02:44:54 AM
Quick price change.
1430  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS] 12,000 xrp for 1 BTC [SOLD] on: May 06, 2013, 02:12:40 AM
Hello.

I'm, looking to sell xrp in lots of 12,000 (up to 60,000) for 1 BTC per lot.

1 BTC gets you 12,000 xrp
5 BTC gets you 60,000 xrp

Rules
1.)  You send btc
2.)  I immediately send xrp
3.)  No escrow, simply because it's a time waster.  You pay me and then you get paid.

If you really need it, I have rep upon request.  I've written for Bitcoin Magazine and have had many successful transactions on this forum.  You'll get paid ASAP.

Have at it Smiley
1431  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Let the Machines do the Work (The end of Slavery) on: May 03, 2013, 10:37:50 PM
Lol, you just trolled yourself so hard that your done with it. Cheesy This is too funny.
ooooookaaay. Backing slowly away now....

Are you sure YOU'RE not the one that's stoned? lol At least I can handle my weed.
Yup, pretty sure. Unless the local Papa John's been adding something to their pizzas. And, you might want to re-assess your ability to handle weed.

Lol, I'm pretty sure I don't need to take weed advice from the guy that obviously hasn't learned anything new about it since health class in middle school Cheesy

Aids in creativity?  Sure.  Helps inspire the imagination?  I'll give that to ya.  Improves reasoning ability?  Doubt it, home slice.
1432  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Let the Machines do the Work (The end of Slavery) on: April 29, 2013, 02:40:23 AM

So, why can't we just build the robots instead?  What's with all this time-wasting coin business?

Because the robots need to be invented, and the people that would invent them are too busy working or starving or being in jail because they didn't want to work or starve.

So why don't we free them and give them bread?  What's with all this time-wasting coin business?
1433  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Let the Machines do the Work (The end of Slavery) on: April 29, 2013, 02:38:02 AM
Suppose we achieve your Utopian dreams and we partake in a totally mechanized society.  What then?  What do you need coins for?  To buy goods and services?  From who?  Robots?  You really think a robot fucking cares if you pay it a Bitcoin or a Litecoin, or pay it at all?  I've never heard of a robot getting pissed because he got stiffed on a few alt-coins.

The overall end would be no money. At all.
Everyone supplied with the means to survive, simply because it is available Smiley

So, why can't we just build the robots instead?  What's with all this time-wasting coin business?
1434  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Let the Machines do the Work (The end of Slavery) on: April 29, 2013, 02:34:24 AM
Hello, OP.

I'd like to inform you that you're wrong.  Moreover, it's difficult to explain why you're wrong because you contradict your own arguments so many times that a flow chart of your thought processes could be depicted as a ball of yarn.  However, I'll leave you with a simple consideration.


 Suppose we achieve your Utopian dreams and we partake in a totally mechanized society.  What then?  What do you need coins for?  To buy goods and services?  From who?  Robots?  You really think a robot fucking cares if you pay it a Bitcoin or a Litecoin, or pay it at all?  I've never heard of a robot getting pissed because he got stiffed on a few alt-coins.
1435  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Gotta love GPU warranties on: April 16, 2013, 02:14:46 AM
I figured that running them 24/7 was the best way to deal with hot cards.
Certainly... Cheesy

You made me 'lol' at my own comment.
1436  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Gotta love GPU warranties on: April 16, 2013, 02:12:22 AM
what's so cool about lying that you didn't overclock the gpu's? I am sure you broke a law or too and that's definitely a fraud, hopefully you'll get what you deserve

...Like an accurate receipt of my original purchase so I don't have to walk the employees through the warranty process?  
1437  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Gotta love GPU warranties on: April 10, 2013, 10:55:21 PM
Eh not exactly the kind of thing I would be boasting about.

It's good they honored their warranty.  Having bought extended warranties 2x at Staples I know to never trust those lying asshats every again.  I just would have answered honestly about the overclock.

90C+ at 100 fan?   WTH you got the cards humping each other?

Yes, they're practically humping each other, although placing some clothespins between the cards to space them out reduced heat by about 4C on the hottest card (I should mention the air circulation in my basement is terrible).  I figured that running them 24/7 was the best way to deal with hot cards.

As far as the boasting, Tiger Direct can suck it since their employees tend to know nothing about anything (I basically had to explain their own warranty policy to them).  And truly, the post was meant to be informative under the guise of being boastful.  I figured this would be something miners may want to consider.
1438  Economy / Speculation / Wow on: April 10, 2013, 10:47:27 PM
Okay, so I've been at work all day, and I come home to this?  Really?

Am I the only one who thinks today is rather...well...yawn?

1439  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Gotta love GPU warranties on: April 10, 2013, 01:44:28 AM
Lolz, I bet they were like, wth did he do to them? Lolz. Good win on this though.

"No, I never overclocked them."

 Roll Eyes
1440  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Gotta love GPU warranties on: April 10, 2013, 01:42:15 AM
So, about a year and a half ago I built a mining/gaming rig.  It had a badass mastercooler case, a >$300 ASUS motherboard, i7 2600k, 16 gb corsair ram, 1200 thermaltake psu, etc., and also 3 6970s.  My line of thinking at the time was something like, "Well, if Bitcoin goes to zero, people will still want to buy a gaming rig." 

And, of course, I purchased the 4-year in-store warranty.  I had to...you know...just in case my cards fried themselves out.

Well, after 15 months of running at >90C temps and 100% fan, my cards were finally starting to get a bit unstable at stock settings, so I took them back to the store under warranty.

TL;DR:  Now I have a nice 3x7970 upgrade at no cost.  Can't wait to do it again in 15 months Wink

Microcenter or something?

Tiger Direct.
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