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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [KHC] KushCoin Buy/Sell Thread on: January 16, 2014, 04:25:02 PM
I just bought 200k of Kush Coins (KHC) about 2 LTC. Just to give ya'll an idea of what they're currently going for. Still mining them as well. Feel good about this one...
2  Economy / Reputation / Re: Sikman's reputation thread on: January 16, 2014, 04:57:31 AM
Heard some good things about a new Alt Crypto called Kush Coin and thought I'd buy a few for some extra Litecoin I had. Flawless transaction. Thumbs up! Thanks Sikmans.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [KHC] KushCoin Buy/Sell Thread on: January 16, 2014, 03:19:38 AM
I have 1.68 LTC. Would like to trade for Kush Coin. PM me with offers. Thx
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] KushCoin [KHC] Grow/Use KushCoins ~ Join the growing community on: January 16, 2014, 02:42:55 AM
I have 1.68 LTC to sell for Kush Coin. Give me offers. Thx
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] KushCoin [KHC] Grow/Use KushCoins ~ Join the growing community on: January 14, 2014, 02:39:06 AM
Posting for a frIend,  bitmonkey has a temp ban along with every one who connected to their account through their ip. Appeal has been sent to theymos. Ill do my best to communicate w/ devs, thanks guys... lots of promise in this coin.
6  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Paypal is a b*tch. on: July 27, 2011, 04:01:30 AM
LOL I've been a verified users for 6 years
7  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: More crap to deal with - Dwolla Reverses TradeHill Transactions on: July 27, 2011, 02:30:48 AM
Wow I'm an Idiot. Disregard what I previously posted. I am still in disbelief that Dwolla allowed this incident to occur. And to do it to they're best customers (Tradehill patrons). I apologize for the misunderstanding, It shocked me at first, but I will be sure to be diligent in my research and make sure my posts are as accurate as possible. And Mr. Owl, I'm taking care of that request.
8  Economy / Economics / Re: Deflation and Bitcoin, the last word on this forum on: July 27, 2011, 12:55:22 AM
Mmmm... Penny stocks. Played with those as a kid.

You're right mostly, but why do people insist on ragging on mining? It's obviously going to be less profitable eventually, but why do people think that time is already here. Watch me make 2000 BTC a month and tell me I lost money on it Tongue

Friend, you better check your math. How many G/hs is you system running? The difficulty is already at 1,690,906, which is outrageous. When I was mining a month ago the difficulty was like 500,000 and that was already to high. In addition to that, the Bitcoin network together is hashing at 16.283 Thash/s. Can you compete with that? Keep me posted tho Smiley
9  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Who Tends To Be More Crazy and Irrational Buyers or Sellers? on: July 27, 2011, 12:46:42 AM
good summary

It is true that many bitcoiners got into trading doe th first time and can use some guidance.

fundamentals do not really work for bitcoins, particularly in shorter time frames.

This is why I am offering technical analysis for bitcoin since Oct 2010 which has guided many bitcoiners well through the storm, and often avoiding irrational trading decisions.

The weekly analysis report will cover th current situation in detail



Hey that was a good idea man, I give you props! I think your site should do well. Lots of BTC ignorance floating around...
10  Economy / Economics / Re: Deflation and Bitcoin, the last word on this forum on: July 27, 2011, 12:43:35 AM
Deflation actually favors the consumer, generally.  But inflation steals the gains due to increased productivity.

This is what you get when you have increases in productivity....

http://cafehayek.com/2011/07/stagnating-middle-class.html
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Where is the increase in productivity gonna come from?? Mining is becoming less and less profitable everyday, so an increase in productivity won't happen, especially since there is a cap on the number of Bitcoins that can be produced and I believe its 27,000,000 and that quota should be reached by 2040. That's why I save my Bitcoins and pray for inflation to happen.
11  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: More crap to deal with - Dwolla Reverses TradeHill Transactions on: July 27, 2011, 12:29:44 AM
Oh God, it was Dwolla's bad.... Still I'd only use http://mtgox.com or http://bitcoinbux.com. Any other site is a gamble in my opinion. Just my 2 cents Smiley
12  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Who Tends To Be More Crazy and Irrational Buyers or Sellers? on: July 27, 2011, 12:25:46 AM
Who ever is more desperate.  Which imo are usually the sellers.

No the reason is because an intelligent person treats a Bitcoin like a piece of stock. Look at it as an investment. Since most people on this form have no stock trading or SEC experience, they make bad decisions. Good for me!

Agreed everyone freaks out and sell sell sell. Very emotional.

Yet imo a lot of the new people are selling for ANYTHING because they just got into it recently (last few months) and want to pay off their new hardware.

Hey If you know people selling BTC cheap, send them right over to me Smiley. I will buy them all, I can make bank deposits, send Moneygram, send MoneyPack, I'll do whatever to get them their cash lol.

BTW I've been trading penny stocks on Etrade since I was 18 and If you can't handle a small dip in the price of a Bitcoin, this is the wrong business for you. I had penny stocks that would go up %33 in one day!  (I've also had them drop 50% in one day)! I've never seen a Bitcoin do that! I actually consider Bitcoins a safe investment, and I'm a risky guy, playing around with penny stocks.
13  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Mt. Gox Trading API "nonce" Issue In Distributed App on: July 27, 2011, 12:16:34 AM
Ya I don't even understand how API works, or what it does to protect the site. I'll be researching that tonight. Thanks!
14  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: More crap to deal with - Dwolla Reverses TradeHill Transactions on: July 27, 2011, 12:13:54 AM
Dwolla suspended my account that had over $400 in it and now my money is gone.

Fuck, I can't believe that. I've always been suspicious of Tradehill and I guess I was right. Mt. Gox all the way or any other alternative.

Do you read for content? What did Tradehill do wrong?

It's my belief Dwolla was suspecting Tradehill of making illegal, fraudulent transactions, or potentially laundrying money, but it could be a number of things. To protect Dwolla's ass, they had to return or hold any transactions that were received from tradehill. Now this is my guess, not fact. Be careful who you give your money too.
15  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Mt. Gox Trading API "nonce" Issue In Distributed App on: July 27, 2011, 12:05:00 AM
If your worried at all about Mt. Gox.'s security issues, then purchase the yubikey key. It is a device allowing secure identification with a "One Time Password". It is recognized as a USB keyboard by your computer, and touching it with your finger causes it to input a 44 characters long password which is unique and can be used only once. Each time you use it a new password is generated, protecting your account even if someone has access to your computer. Awesome Technology. Oh and it's only 29.99 and you can even pay with Bitcoin!

This has nothing to do with my question but thanks for the tip.  I do have a Yubikey.

Oh cool, then you already know what's up Smiley
16  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Who Tends To Be More Crazy and Irrational Buyers or Sellers? on: July 27, 2011, 12:02:43 AM
Who ever is more desperate.  Which imo are usually the sellers.

No the reason is because an intelligent person treats a Bitcoin like a piece of stock. Look at it as an investment. Since most people on this form have no stock trading or SEC experience, they make bad decisions. Good for me!
17  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Paypal is a b*tch. on: July 26, 2011, 11:58:44 PM
Check out this bologna:

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We're writing to let you know about a change to your PayPal account.

Starting 7/24/2011, money from payments you receive will be placed in a pending balance for up to 21 days. By doing this, we're making sure that there's enough money in your account to cover potential refunds or claims.

Even though you can't access the money right away, please ship orders quickly and communicate with your customers. After 21 days, you can withdraw money from each payment as long as the customer hasn't filed a dispute, chargeback, claim, return, or reversal.
The money may be available sooner if:

   1. We can confirm that the item was delivered.
   2. Your buyer leaves positive feedback. (Applies only to eBay items)

This change isn't necessarily permanent. We'll review your account every 35 days and re-evaluate if we should continue to hold your payments. If we decide to stop holding payments, we'll email you to let you know.

Why are my payments being held?
We reviewed your account and determined that there's a relatively higher than average risk of future transaction issues (such as claims, or chargebacks, or payment reversals). We understand that it may be inconvenient to have your payments temporarily held but please know that we didn't make this decision lightly.

Before deciding to hold payments, we consider many factors. These factors include account and transaction activity, the rate of customer disputes, the type of business a seller runs, average delivery timeframes, customer satisfaction, performance and history.

21 day hold = paypal is useless to me

I haven't sold anything on ebay in months.  I suspect that this is related to a couple of bitcoin transactions I've made.  Though I haven't sold bitcoins, so the question of chargebacks is arguable.   

I wonder if they're just going through their records and crippling everyone who's got any involvement with the BTC?



Hey PayPal has been giving me a lot of guff lately too. They threatened to close my account and will not accept MoneyPacks. I understand they don't want fraudulent activity going on on their site, but some help full customer service would be nice. PayPal pretty much does whatever they want too. Stay away from PayPal if possible.
18  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: More crap to deal with - Dwolla Reverses TradeHill Transactions on: July 26, 2011, 11:53:54 PM
Dwolla suspended my account that had over $400 in it and now my money is gone.

Fuck, I can't believe that. I've always been suspicious of Tradehill and I guess I was right. Mt. Gox all the way or any other alternative.
19  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: Mt. Gox Trading API "nonce" Issue In Distributed App on: July 26, 2011, 11:49:26 PM
If your worried at all about Mt. Gox.'s security issues, then purchase the yubikey key. It is a device allowing secure identification with a "One Time Password". It is recognized as a USB keyboard by your computer, and touching it with your finger causes it to input a 44 characters long password which is unique and can be used only once. Each time you use it a new password is generated, protecting your account even if someone has access to your computer. Awesome Technology. Oh and it's only 29.99 and you can even pay with Bitcoin!
20  Economy / Economics / Re: Deflation and Bitcoin, the last word on this forum on: July 26, 2011, 11:08:25 PM
Thank God for Nefario. If he wasn't spending so much of his time explaining BTC and general economics to uneducated people, this would be a form full of ignorance. Inflation and deflation happen to all goods and commodities. Lets take gasoline for example. The price of gas fluctuates like crazy. Or you could consider a Bitcoin as a stock investment. Bitcoins due inflate/deflate, but so does everything else in this world, it's called supply and demand. This is not the fault of the Bitcoin. If you wanna have some real fun and see some real crazy price fluctuation, sign up for an Etrade account and invest in some penny stocks. That's what I was doing before this.
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