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4421  Other / Off-topic / Re: Road Trip on: December 06, 2013, 04:55:10 PM
Arrived in Biloxi, MS about 8 PM. On the way there, I keep thinking about a certain female poker room manager that used to work at the Grand Casino, prior to Katrina, named Cecere (misspelled, I think). I opted to only visit the Beau Rivage, and guess who was the first person I ran into? Atlas! Seriously, it was Cecere, for she's now the second shift manager in the poker room at the Beau. Even though I now have a long white beard, she said she knew who I was by my eyes.

She then informed me that a 1-3 NL seat was available, so I figured I might as well get a reduced room rate by logging in a couple hours. The normal rate is $79/night. The poker rate is $79/night. Too bad I didn't do my homework prior to putting in the session. I did happen to squeak out a $78 win, having been down $122 and up $143. Not too bad of a swing for not playing live poker for several years.

Somebody at the table mentioned buying drugs, so I plugged Silk Road to see where that would lead. Sure enough, I was soon holding court, discussing Bitcoin with a table full of drunks. Ironically, all but the dealer was aware of Bitcoin.

Left Biloxi late, and just got to Beaumont, TX. edd called, so I'm having dinner with him Thursday night, probably at Ruth's Chris Steak House. Friday, I'm heading to CoinTerra's office/lab in Austin, TX.

~TMIBTCITW


I enjoyed dinner very much, Phinnaeus! Maybe next time you'll let me get a word in edgewise.  Tongue

I let you speak once, but since you veered off-topic, I had to stop you to get back to the subject on hand--goats.
4422  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: The Great Bitfie Giveaway: 1 lucky winner WILL win entire wallet. Seeded w/$100. on: December 06, 2013, 04:34:31 PM
Credited! Thanks, bud.

No problemo. Just wishing this would attract a bit more attention/contribution, it's a fun project that doesn't cost much (aside from like 10c in tx fees) but yeah. Guess it's probably going to end with the whole year finishing rather than reaching 10K posts seeing as there is basically no activity.

I guess I should've have followed the rule of thumb: In the OP pen "This is not a scam!" whereupon they'll come outta the woodwork to enroll.
4423  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100: Developed Specifically for Non-Profits on: December 06, 2013, 04:31:44 PM
Another donation sent

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Hi Dmitry,
 
I just got our website updated with a bitcoin donation button and landing page.
Hold shift-f5 to reload our website live instead of from your browsers cache.
 
You can see the landing page here: http://www.lastdoor.org/main/bitcoin.html
You can see the button here: http://www.lastdoor.org/
 
Please let me know if there is anything else you need.
 
Thanks kindly,
 
Matthew Kalenuik, I.C.A.D.C
Addictions Counsellor

https://blockchain.info/tx/3fc27d0a64f863f6030b815a10586bf3892db48a29c9ea5824cbca23294d8df5

We may just run out of money yet! (Haha, who am I kidding)

Approved, albeit late, but great cause.

All caught up, now. Now, I need to pen an email to some other entity prior to heading out to CoinTerra and earn my bribe.  Roll Eyes

~TMIBTCITW
4424  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100: Developed Specifically for Non-Profits on: December 06, 2013, 04:29:37 PM
I'm a couple behind now, but the vetting process is quite simple. I check to make sure that the domain has been registered for a decent amount of time, then check the Wayback Machine to make sure their site has been live for close to the same amount of time.

I also check to make sure none of the principles are bitcoiners looking for a freebie, of which has been attempted, but not necessarily on purpose. Also, I check to make sure they are not religious- or politically-based.

Bonus points awarded if there's a goat on their home page.  Grin

Time to shower, then off to see edd. Having dinner tonight with him at probably Ruth's Christ Steak House.

Bruno Kucinskas


Hahahahahahahaahahahahahaha, no  Angry
You are not getting off that easy. Here's more for you:

Quote
francisco d

Hello i saw your website and i think its fabulous, we are a league against aids inc a non profit company.

Please check us out, heres our info.

http://www.leagueagainstaids.com/32.html

Here's our reddit post.

http://redd.it/1s6fgq

Thank you for your time,

A league against aids miami.

leagueagainstaids.com looks fine, Rassah. I hope they embedded.

4425  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100: Developed Specifically for Non-Profits on: December 06, 2013, 04:26:19 PM
Frankie strikes again:

Quote
From: Frankie

to Laurie, me
Dear Laurie,

Please meet my friend Dmitry. We met in business school and he now runs a foundation that is looking for worthy nonprofits to donate to. He just donated $1,000 each to my friend Jessie's IBME and my friend Amy's Primate Education Network. I think he will love Pathways Togo.

Dmitry's foundation is called BitCoin100. They arose out of the generosity of a few early adopters of an amazing currency called BitCoins (if you haven't heard of them, this might help) to promote the value of the currency for nonprofits: when donors make their donations in BitCoins, the recipient nonprofit keeps 100% (hence the name). None of the funds are lost to credit card or processing fees.

BitCoin100 donates $1,000 to selected nonprofits who agree to accept the currency on their donation page. It doesn't take much work to get it set up, but I know the money could do a lot of good for the women you work with in Togo.

@Dmitry, Laurie is a friend of mine whose husband is on my wife's work team. She's a former Peace Corps volunteer and started Pathways Togo with two friends to provide educational scholarships, mentoring and life skills training for young women in the village where they'd worked. A $1,000 donation would make a big difference helping the young women succeed and fulfill their potential.

Good luck!

+1 from me.

Quote
From: Frankie

to Androniki, me
Dear Niki,

Please meet my friend Dmitry. We met in business school and he now runs a foundation that is looking for worthy nonprofits to donate to. He just donated $1,000 each to my friend Jessie's IBME and my friend Amy's Primate Education Network. I think he will really appreciate Common Good City Farm.

Dmitry's foundation is called BitCoin100. They arose out of the generosity of a few early adopters of an amazing currency called BitCoins (if you haven't heard of them, this might help) to promote the value of the currency for nonprofits: when donors make their donations in BitCoins, the recipient nonprofit keeps 100% (hence the name). None of the funds are lost to credit card or processing fees.

BitCoin100 donates $1,000 to selected nonprofits who agree to accept the currency on their donation page. It doesn't take much work to get it set up, but I know the money could do a lot of good for the farm's outreach and education efforts.

@Dmitry, Niki is a friend of mine with a great passion for food. I met her when she worked for a fair trade chocolate company; she now volunteers for a wonderful farm in downtown D.C. that helps educate low income DC residents about food production and healthy eating. I know they could do a lot of good with $1,000.

Good luck!

This one seems fine to me too.

pathwaystogo.org looks fine.

commongoodcityfarm.org looks fine, as well, Rassah.
4426  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100: Developed Specifically for Non-Profits on: December 06, 2013, 04:21:02 PM
And a few more:

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Matthew K.

Hello Rassah,

I'm on the fundraising committee for a non profit agency called Last Door Recovery Society (www.lastdoor.org). I spoke with a staff member at a Toronto non profit that turned me on to your website and told me a bit about bitcoin.

I think the $1000 donation would entice my organization to accept Bitcoin for donation.
 
Do we qualify (we are a registered Canadian charity)? And if so how do we go about setting up a Bitcoin donation option on our website? (http://www.lastdoor.org/online-payments/)

Thanks for your time,

Matthew

Seems legit to me. This one was actually introduced to us by that Pathways to Education Canuck with whom I had a very lovely dinner and discussion in Toronto this past weekend.

Quote
Frankie

to Mark, me

Dear Mark,

Please meet my friend Dmitry. We met in business school and he now runs a foundation that is looking for worthy nonprofits to donate to. He just donated $1,000 each to my friend Jessie's IBME and my friend Amy's Primate Education Network. He's looking for nonpolitical, nonreligious organizations and I think he might like Washington Improv Theater.

Dmitry's foundation is called BitCoin100. They arose out of the generosity of a few early BitCoin adopters to promote the value of the currency for nonprofits: when donors make their donations in BitCoins, the recipient nonprofit keeps 100% (hence the name). None of the funds are lost to credit card or processing fees.

BitCoin100 donates $1,000 to selected nonprofits who agree to accept the currency on their donation page. It doesn't take much work to get it set up, but I know the money could do a lot of good supporting more of the awesome programs you put on with W.I.T.

@Dmitry, Mark is a friend of mine who has been Washington Improv Theater's executive director for years. He works tirelessly to organize classes for folks in DC to build confidence and have fun learning the art of improv comedy and put on shows. Like most arts programs, their efforts rarely break even, so they rely heavily on the generosity of the community and private funders. A $1,000 donation would make a big difference for their work.

Good luck!

I'm a bit more ambivalent about this one. Pros/cons/ideas?
EDIT: Actually I'm ok with this one too. Still, feedback would be appreciated.

I'm thinking that maybe Phinneas shouldn't be the only one to vet all of these. I try to a bit, too, but it may be a bit overwhelming for just him. So, if anyone else could take the time to look these over, that would be appreciated.

lastdoor.org looks fine, Rassah.
4427  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100: Developed Specifically for Non-Profits on: December 06, 2013, 04:16:27 PM
More

Quote

Frankie
Dear Sally,

Please meet my friend Dmitry. We met in business school and he now runs a foundation that is looking for worthy nonprofits to donate to. He just donated $1,000 each to my friend Jessie's IBME and my friend Amy's Primate Education Network. I think he will really appreciate the mission of The Nexus Fund.

Dmitry's foundation is called BitCoin100. They arose out of the generosity of a few early BitCoin adopters to promote the value of the currency for nonprofits: when donors make their donations in BitCoins, the recipient nonprofit keeps 100% (hence the name). None of the funds are lost to credit card or processing fees.

BitCoin100 donates $1,000 to selected nonprofits who agree to accept the currency on their donation page. It doesn't take much work to get it set up, but I know the money could do a lot of good helping your grantees fight atrocities.

@Dmitry, Sally is a friend of mine who works at the same coworking space as I do. She is smart and friendly and works hard to make sure organizations on the ground in Africa are able to prevent and respond to mass atrocities in the most effective way. A $1,000 donation would be a big help with their projects.

Good luck!

I asked for a description of what it is they actually do, since the website just has vague goals without specifics.

Her reply:

Quote
Absolutely! Here's more info. I know it might not seem as "sexy" as something like a direct services organization (Charity:Water or the SPCA, for example), but I will tell you that as long as these areas are not being funded and explored, the amazing people and organizations trying to fight to end atrocities will not be able to do so effectively, because they are severely under-resourced, siloed in their efforts, and lacking in the skills and knowledge to more effectively do their work. So I hope that helps to explain our strategy. Please let me know if you have more questions!
Our four areas of focus are:

  • Innovation: Access to support and funding for innovative ideas and projects to prevent mass atrocities; identify and engage technologists, innovators and social entrepreneurs best placed to solve specific problems facing communities and organizations on the ground in at-risk areas; and providing grants for innovative, potentially game-changing projects that emerge from this collaboration, with a commitment to taking risks to uncover innovative solutions.
  • Community Building: A community of practice for more effective collaboration and sharing of information, through convenings, networking, and opportunities for collaboration in person and online.
  • Professional Development: Opportunities for practitioners to learn the skills and knowledge they need to be effective, including a Civil Society Exchange Program to allow practitioners to work in-person with key organizations around the world to share knowledge and best practices.
  • Research: The gathering and dissemination of information on pressing topics that directly affect the atrocity prevention community, including Retrospective Grants for highly experienced professionals in the atrocity prevention community to reflect and capture lessons learned and best practices. Nexus is completing a global directory of the atrocity prevention community in order facilitate networking and collaboration, and identify gaps and areas of need; this directory will be made available on the Nexus website.

We're going to have take a little more time on this one. They get an A+ for verbiage.  Grin
4428  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100: Developed Specifically for Non-Profits on: December 06, 2013, 04:13:29 PM
Quote
Hi,
I know of an NPO called Life Line Association that resides in Israel.
They are working on improving the quality of life and saving lives in Israel, mostly for people with rare diseases or complications looking for help to afford costly medical treatments.
A couple of friends of mine have a son with Canavan's disease, a genetic disease affecting the brain similarly to multiple sclerosis but starts in the womb and progressing much more quickly.
I'd like to help them and the NPO they're getting donations from to accept bitcoins.
I'm a developer so I can help them technically and I would like to donate about 0.5 BTC from my own wallet.
Thanks,
David K.

We're going to need a link to a website from David for this one, Rassah. I'm at a lost as to which site it is.

Just got it in e-mail http://www.kavlachayim.co.il/?categoryId=76602
Sounds fine to me. Anyone have objections?


EDIT: By the way, I noticed we got moved into "Services." *shakes fist at mods*

This one looks fine, Rassah.
4429  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100: Developed Specifically for Non-Profits on: December 06, 2013, 03:57:06 PM
Phinn is being busy, no one else is willing to comment, and these guys moved FAST!

http://washingtonimprovtheater.com/pages.php?pageName=donatetowit

So, hopefully my judgement is good enough, and $1,000 sent
https://blockchain.info/tx/37eb75f7c39266358161e5b33bfe75caf279fd93dc585d7735f7e536bbffb4fc

Good enough for me, Rassah.

Bitcoin100.org charity page updated.

You're joking, right! An improv theatre?  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

Seriously, I like them too.

Bruno Kucinskas

PS: Had dinner with edd last night. Great guy! Look forward to seeing him again in Vegas.
4430  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin "bumper sticker" mottos on: December 06, 2013, 03:27:13 PM
Bitcoin: An Idea Worth Spending
4431  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: CoinTerra Visit this Friday: Post questions and what pics you desire to ask/see. on: December 06, 2013, 03:21:05 PM
Bump!!!

I drove outta my way to ask about a half dozen questions? Plus, I paid for a premium hotel to be close enough to them cause of the ice storm expected tonight.

~TMIBTCITW
I think the problem is, we have 2 other visits in the last couple days.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=359084.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=350732.msg3828611#msg3828611



Motherfucker! I could have save a trip, for that first link does a pretty good job. I, too, am on my way to Vegas, and am far behind, doing this side trip as a service for fellow bitcoiners.

For what it's worth, I still drop in, but make it quick, having the questions on this thread in front of me and still ask them all.

I'm going to bed, for I'm beat like a turnip, or is it a beat?

You mean beet Huh  Why would anyone trust you PG Huh You take bribes from BFL_Josh/Inaba to keep quiet,how do we know you won't take a bribe for anything else Huh   Roll Eyes

I was so tired, I misspelled beet. I'm beginning to like that business model--take bribes to be quiet. I wonder how much I could make a year doing such. Beleive it or not, we're on the same side.

~TMIBTCITW
4432  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: CoinTerra Visit this Friday: Post questions and what pics you desire to ask/see. on: December 06, 2013, 07:40:47 AM
Bump!!!

I drove outta my way to ask about a half dozen questions? Plus, I paid for a premium hotel to be close enough to them cause of the ice storm expected tonight.

~TMIBTCITW
I think the problem is, we have 2 other visits in the last couple days.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=359084.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=350732.msg3828611#msg3828611



Motherfucker! I could have save a trip, for that first link does a pretty good job. I, too, am on my way to Vegas, and am far behind, doing this side trip as a service for fellow bitcoiners.

For what it's worth, I still drop in, but make it quick, having the questions on this thread in front of me and still ask them all.

I'm going to bed, for I'm beat like a turnip, or is it a beat?
4433  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Instawallet claim process on: December 06, 2013, 06:58:31 AM
I'm probably still on ignore.

I don't use the ignore list. I can ignore you without it just fine.

Either way, if you submitted proper claims (which means visiting your wallet URL and providing a payout address during the claims period), you have exactly one option: e-mail me their IDs, with the corresponding wallet URLs.

Well, for starters, I realized I'm not on your actual ignore list, oppose to Boussac who's on record in starting that I am.

I filled out the forms that was provided on the first day the claim process was available for all three wallets. I have no idea as to what ID you're speaking of, for I never had one emailed to me for any of the wallets.

I do have all three URLs, with only one now showing a corresponding address: https://www.instawallet.org/w/sMceOus2wYrDVAHxA5BssBwB7kgDqC9r4Q

Quote
sMceOus2wYrDVAHxA5BssBwB7kgDqC9r4Q   1JppeHVdYQEBGR4uHVTqLQsb2FY1wUTziH   0.835 btc

For the one above, there are two other claims against that wallet, neither of which is mine. There are two claim #s, and perhaps that's what you mean by ID. I'm not sure.

The other two URLs are: https://www.instawallet.org/w/rL2DhMWW9tDvs24oFwtiq99zhh7A3ii6bg and https://www.instawallet.org/w/gZh1afVVl5aAtjNwXo0BiYChTxjwln33ab

These two claims look nothing like the one I shown above:

Quote
Wallet not found
Report a missing wallet
Your wallet maybe missing because it received funds only after April 1st when Instawallet was suspended.

If that is the case, please use the comment field to tell us the transaction that you would to be taken into account for a refund.

Please do not report a missing wallet if it did not receive any transaction.

Report a missing wallet

Email

An email address is required for us to notify you about the status of your missing wallet.

I filled those two pages once again about two weeks ago and have yet to receive a reply.

I don't have any corresponding wallet addresses to go with either of those two URLs due to them just being moved to new addresses on about March 27th (maybe 28th at the latest), 2013.

The one thing I do recall is that all three wallets shown a balance of zero, and the "block chain" shown that the funds were residing in other freshly created wallet addresses, but gave it no concern due to being rest assured by you that that's the way InstaWallet worked. I wasn't even aware of the hack on the first until the 3rd of April when it was mentioned to me via another thread by greyhawk during some mundane conversation I believe (can easily be found). The wallet address wasn't written down because I used Chrome's bookmaking system to log into InstaWallet.

I wanted patiently, albeit was very pissed off at the onset of this fiasco, because I assumed, as promised, that all would be well after 90 days passes, being that two wallets were over the 50 BTC limit that, by the way, some bitcoiners were paid out that amount and over without having to wait for that self-imposed 90 day limit. My hands were tied during the entire process, but now I'm being informed, in no uncertain terms, I need to somehow provide info that I don't have, coupled with not knowing exactly what's required, although I went through the claim process back in April, and again two weeks ago, but for only two the claims, now not being able to do anything on the page for the smallest claim.

Therefore, what ID are you speaking of so that I can email you what you request, or are the URLs the ID? I'm still not sure what's meant by 'key', but I believe it's the last part of the URL. I've asked in the past what's meant by it, but never received an answer to that simple question.

Bruno Kucinskas

EDIT: The following is the post by greyhawk that brought the hack to my attention:

Aaaaaaaaand it's gone. Forever. This is an ex-change, wait, I mean, this ship has banked, wait, I mean, it's bubble has popped.

This ain't good!

Quote
SSL connection error

Unable to make a secure connection to the server. This may be a problem with the server, or it may be requiring a client authentication certificate that you don't have.

It was down yesterday also.

Phinn, go look in Service Discussions. They have served their last bit(coin), their media is write-protected, ENDOFLINE.
4434  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: CoinTerra Visit this Friday: Post questions and what pics you desire to ask/see. on: December 06, 2013, 06:16:59 AM
Bump!!!

I drove outta my way to ask about a half dozen questions? Plus, I paid for a premium hotel to be close enough to them cause of the ice storm expected tonight.

~TMIBTCITW
4435  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: CoinTerra Visit this Friday: Post questions and what pics you desire to ask/see. on: December 05, 2013, 09:09:01 PM
Will you disclose if they give you a half-working Terraminer?  j/k.  Thanks for making the trip.

I'll answer this while I'm taking a shit in some Texan McDonald's bathroom using their free Wi-Fi. I will not accept any gifts, half-working or otherwise.

I'm currently on the road heading to Las Vegas

Off Topic a little but you are heading to the Inside Bitcoin conference right?

I'll be there as well and I'd like to buy you a couple drinks Tongue

"Has anybody seen Bargraphics?"

"I think that's him at the bar buying that dude in a pink tutu a drink."

~TMIBTCITW
4436  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100: Developed Specifically for Non-Profits on: December 05, 2013, 04:17:36 PM

Quote
Frankie

to Mark, me

Dear Mark,

Please meet my friend Dmitry. We met in business school and he now runs a foundation that is looking for worthy nonprofits to donate to. He just donated $1,000 each to my friend Jessie's IBME and my friend Amy's Primate Education Network. He's looking for nonpolitical, nonreligious organizations and I think he might like Washington Improv Theater.

Dmitry's foundation is called BitCoin100. They arose out of the generosity of a few early BitCoin adopters to promote the value of the currency for nonprofits: when donors make their donations in BitCoins, the recipient nonprofit keeps 100% (hence the name). None of the funds are lost to credit card or processing fees.

BitCoin100 donates $1,000 to selected nonprofits who agree to accept the currency on their donation page. It doesn't take much work to get it set up, but I know the money could do a lot of good supporting more of the awesome programs you put on with W.I.T.

@Dmitry, Mark is a friend of mine who has been Washington Improv Theater's executive director for years. He works tirelessly to organize classes for folks in DC to build confidence and have fun learning the art of improv comedy and put on shows. Like most arts programs, their efforts rarely break even, so they rely heavily on the generosity of the community and private funders. A $1,000 donation would make a big difference for their work.

Good luck!

I'm a bit more ambivalent about this one. Pros/cons/ideas?
EDIT: Actually I'm ok with this one too. Still, feedback would be appreciated.


Phinn is being busy, no one else is willing to comment, and these guys moved FAST!

http://washingtonimprovtheater.com/pages.php?pageName=donatetowit

So, hopefully my judgement is good enough, and $1,000 sent
https://blockchain.info/tx/37eb75f7c39266358161e5b33bfe75caf279fd93dc585d7735f7e536bbffb4fc

I'm a couple behind now, but the vetting process is quite simple. I check to make sure that the domain has been registered for a decent amount of time, then check the Wayback Machine to make sure their site has been live for close to the same amount of time.

I also check to make sure none of the principles are bitcoiners looking for a freebie, of which has been attempted, but not necessarily on purpose. Also, I check to make sure they are not religious- or politically-based.

Bonus points awarded if there's a goat on their home page.  Grin

Time to shower, then off to see edd. Having dinner tonight with him at probably Ruth's Christ Steak House.

Bruno Kucinskas
4437  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100: Developed Specifically for Non-Profits on: December 05, 2013, 04:11:28 PM
Looks like The Tutu Project is right up our alley, and looks like a fine candidate to receive a $1K USD endowment via bitcoins from Bitcoin 100. Send them an email, and get the ball a rollin'!

E-mail sent.

Reply received:

Quote
Linda L.

Dear Dmitry,

Thank you for your kind offer and I'll discuss it with our business manager.

Warm regards,
Linda

Guess we either wait, or chuck this one off to "we'll get back to you later" which means never?

Care to guess again! While in Las Vegas, I'll be donning a pink tutu--for two days--in spirit of their fine organization, The Tutu Project.

Bruno Kucinskas a.k.a. TMIBTCITW
4438  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin 100: Developed Specifically for Non-Profits on: December 05, 2013, 04:09:42 PM
Quote
Hi,
I know of an NPO called Life Line Association that resides in Israel.
They are working on improving the quality of life and saving lives in Israel, mostly for people with rare diseases or complications looking for help to afford costly medical treatments.
A couple of friends of mine have a son with Canavan's disease, a genetic disease affecting the brain similarly to multiple sclerosis but starts in the womb and progressing much more quickly.
I'd like to help them and the NPO they're getting donations from to accept bitcoins.
I'm a developer so I can help them technically and I would like to donate about 0.5 BTC from my own wallet.
Thanks,
David K.

We're going to need a link to a website from David for this one, Rassah. I'm at a lost as to which site it is.

Just got it in e-mail http://www.kavlachayim.co.il/?categoryId=76602
Sounds fine to me. Anyone have objections?


EDIT: By the way, I noticed we got moved into "Services." *shakes fist at mods*

BadBear started his period, hence the move.  Grin
4439  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Instawallet claim process on: December 05, 2013, 04:06:00 PM
And, once again, my posts and claims go completely ignored because...wait for it...I'm probably still on ignore.

We all know that InstaWallet was not a money producing entity. I'm not sure what Paymium was able to pull in as revenue prior to the hack or now, but there's a handful of principles on the payroll, all of which aren't working for free.

Surely, my three claims totally 1,123+ BTC isn't what's going to be used to pay for said services, are they? If that's their intent, then there's a word for that--thief! Since I was one of the first people to file claims, and have yet heard a word as to what's the latest, I currently have no choice but to think otherwise.

I still have options available to me to get this matter resolve, one of which consists of having ALL the books of ALL the entities and their principles related to InstaWallet opened.

This has gone on long enough.

Bruno Kucinskas
4440  Bitcoin / Hardware / CoinTerra Visit this Friday: Post questions and what pics you desire to ask/see. on: December 05, 2013, 03:43:37 PM
Good morning, fellow bitcoiners. <Atlas, get the fuck outta my head!>  Grin

As some of you may know, I'm currently on the road heading to Las Vegas, now in Beaumont, TX, and having dinner with edd this evening in his hometown not far from Austin. Tomorrow, I will be at CoinTerra's office, taking advantage of their open-to-all-at-any-time-lab-visit.

Post all your questions, and what pics you desire me to take while on-site in this thread. I will ask every question that is posted in this thread via my laptop. (Note to self: wipe stains off laptop prior to having it viewed by somebody apt to get the wrong idea.)

I will answer them in order, live, for there's probably no way for me to remember all the answers sans a recorder.

I am doing this on my dime and WILL NOT accept any compensation for this service(s) provided to/for my fellow bitcoiners.

That said, ask away.

~TMIBTCITW
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