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1  Economy / Gambling / Re: ☆Oilrigcontractors☆ [scam] on: May 23, 2014, 09:55:07 AM
Why dont you ask the dumbshit owner, MailMansFuck, for sharing this obvious ponzi, i can believe people entered it

how is what happened his fault? people are responsible for their own bitcoins when no one forced them to invest. It's sad though but at least people know about these HYIP bullshit now.
2  Economy / Service Discussion / Is http://ukash-pay.com/ legit? on: May 19, 2014, 09:51:39 PM
My daily limit on virwox is reached and still have 150 euros ukash voucher to exchange to bitcoins. This site http://ukash-pay.com/index.php has very good rates even compared to virwox so has anyone tried them before?

I need the bitcoins urgently please someone respond.

Thanks
3  Economy / Gambling / Re: ☆Oilrigcontractors☆ The next big thing! 125% daily ROI! Join while Early! on: May 15, 2014, 06:56:03 AM
Dont put money on this page its SCAM my deposit is also gone.



 Cool Cool Cool

I keep refreshing their page to see the amounts of 1000s of dollars people are depositing. Seems this guy Luke or whatever is going to be a millionaire for a long time.

He got my $5 principal though.  Grin
4  Economy / Gambling / Re: ☆Oilrigcontractors☆ The next big thing! 125% daily ROI! Join while Early! on: May 15, 2014, 05:30:32 AM
Only processed about 10 withdrawals in the last 24hrs and they are all less than $20. Making large sums of deposit to the 7 or so links posted above. Currently about 112 Bitcoins transferred to those addresses.
5  Economy / Gambling / Re: ☆Oilrigcontractors☆ The next big thing! 125% daily ROI! Join while Early! on: May 14, 2014, 11:24:44 PM
They escaped with the coins I think. See what I just saw on facebook. Transactions from their address whiles investors have not been paid in over 24 hours. Sh*t just got real


https://blockchain.info/address/17m9KvLGjAjKhUHEvMDWqZZBtWzniuM6T3
https://blockchain.info/pl/address/16xtKoirtAS2ArdksJxbhjp6LBhEEAUDb
https://blockchain.info/pl/address/16yqWRXGjD9HCg98USnwvtFavBSHpLD9T8
https://blockchain.info/pl/address/1F1e97b5fqvdg9VxN9KxnsZmg7HkGfYVou
https://blockchain.info/address/1K5YCJ7cdNPk1oFgTfSwpXkX9RCZfetkQ6
https://blockchain.info/pl/address/19GBx3RYJJm1CehRuGmjUYdPcrjq3xqyrW
https://blockchain.info/pl/address/16wtMG4xTJcUVkmUVBH2DK1GEsRGtghEiG
6  Economy / Gambling / Re: ☆Oilrigcontractors☆ The next big thing! 125% daily ROI! Join while Early! on: May 14, 2014, 04:47:02 PM
It seems payment has stopped for the past 2hrs of me posting here but deposits flooding in. Strange thing is the withdrawals i've seen today are all less than $50.

Time for me to bolt then.  Shocked
7  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: Win free Bitcoins every hour! on: May 13, 2014, 01:52:24 PM
Funny I have never won the lottery and whenever I try I fail miserably.  Huh Staying away from the multiplier  Wink

Thanks for the free coins
8  Economy / Micro Earnings / Re: FREE BITCOIN Sites *and* Free Newbie Lotto on: May 12, 2014, 08:59:56 AM
Can I please be added

1MnKZLeFuot9fxq16qhD2MFntkjvQ9qmzC

Thanks in advance
9  Economy / Currency exchange / Exchange: Ukash 100 EUR for Bitcoin on: May 10, 2014, 02:11:29 PM
Spain ukash 100 EUR Voucher in hand please give me your offer and medium of exchange.



Thanks
10  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Need help getting my son started {unemployed} on: May 10, 2014, 01:51:32 PM
Please do not post "negative" comments, like...."Tell him to get a real job...etc. etc" {Believe me, we tried}

Sorry, but to be honest, these kind of "negative" comments are the most realistic suggestion.
Your son really need to understand that he can't be relying on his parents forever...

Yeah this is true. Like I said post an ad on craigslist saying you're hardworking and have been job hunting but all applications are online so it's not really up to skill level just past job experience, education, etc. I posted an ad and got 4-5 legitimate responses within one day.

If you can't find some way to make a living he's going to be eventually homeless. Or you being in debt from paying all his bills. There's a lot of resources out there for finding work and making money you just have to find and use them. Tell him to work on building some stuff or refurbishing furniture and re-selling it, you can make some good money from that. Buy an old wooden entertainment center for $50, refurbish it, and sell it for $200+.

His son is in a wheelchair and they are in Africa. I doubt Craigslist even exist in many of the African countries and even if something similar existed it isn't that effective like you think.
11  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: What is the easiest way to get Bitcoin in Spain? on: May 10, 2014, 11:52:50 AM
First what is the easiest way to get bitcoins in Spain without linking your bank accounts etc. I was thinking of buying ukash vouchers and exchanging it online for bitcoin. Is this safe and if so what sites are trusted for the exchange. There are a ot of sale points selling ukash vouchers here at any amount you want so this makes it easier for me.

Second, I made an account at blockchain.info and got everything setup to receive my bitcoins if I buy then eventually is this the best place to enable sending and receiving at low charges?
Thanks

Have you tried localbitcoins? You could find people selling bitcoin with cash around you.
Blockchain.info is okay, but don't forget to enable 2FA.

Yes I did, the closest to me is on another Island Ibiza and that's about 128km away from me. I'm actually surprised though as I thought Palma de Mallorca would have more people trading bitcoins. The Spanish section here doesn't help me much as well.
12  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: WTB BTC on: May 10, 2014, 11:31:38 AM
So _crypto_ is a scammer? I was going to trade ukash for bitcoins with him today. Thank goodness I read this read.
13  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Has anyone exchanged at uk24ex before on: May 10, 2014, 08:41:51 AM
Looks very dodgy to me. I'd stay well away. Have a look over this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=513203.0

thanks man. I was directed there by another site.
14  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Sell bitcoins for paysafecard (EUR) and ukash on: May 10, 2014, 01:24:32 AM
still available for ukash?
15  Economy / Service Discussion / Has anyone exchanged at uk24ex before on: May 09, 2014, 08:16:41 PM
This is the website http://www.uk24ex.com/

Just wondering how legit they are and has anyone had an experience with them before?

Thanks
16  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Bestexchangeonline.com:Exchange Bitcoin,Perfectmoney,Webmoney,CashU,Okpay,Egopay on: May 09, 2014, 08:08:50 PM
You have ukash listed in the banner of the homepage but it does not show in the list of options. What's with that?

I had a chat with your people online and was directed to http://www.uk24ex.com/ for ukash transactions. Saying you stopped accepting ukash. Why?
17  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Selling Bitcoin at low prices! Many payment methods to choose from on: May 09, 2014, 07:57:43 PM
Will you accept ukash EUR?
18  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: What is the easiest way to get Bitcoin in Spain? on: May 09, 2014, 07:32:43 PM
You can buy it off an exchange like btc-e?

The only option on btc-e after you select EURO are OKPAY, Perfect Money, Payeer.com and SEPA all of which I have no idea how to acquire anonimously in Palma. Ukash on the other hand is sold right under my apartment
19  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: What is the easiest way to get Bitcoin in Spain? on: May 09, 2014, 07:25:29 PM
You can buy bitcoins using Ukash on the marketplace here. Blockchain.info is a great wallet, especially for beginners, but make sure to set up all the security features such as 2-factor auth and a second password. You can choose how much fee to pay when you send money on there.

There's also a Spanish subforum if you want to check that out: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=27.0

Thanks man. I will be checking the Spanish section out then. I think selling on the marketplace here is ideal as all the reviews I've read on most of the exchange sites that have ukash option are bad.

I have no experience of Ukash personally, but I often see people buying and selling via it on the marketplace here. There's some more info on money transfer services here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=14632.0

And If you do buy from here make sure to use a reputable escrow: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=108716.0


Thanks again. I tried with VirWox but it seems so complicated after I registered and a lots of transfers from A-B-C  just to get the coin eventually. Like you've rightly suggested I will patronise the marketplace with the escrow service. I just want my first experience with bitcoins to be smooth not like some threads I read on here  Wink
20  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: What is the easiest way to get Bitcoin in Spain? on: May 09, 2014, 07:18:59 PM
Hello World  Cheesy

welcome Smiley

-snip-
First what is the easiest way to get bitcoins in Spain without linking your bank accounts etc.

Meet in person, pay cash. If you are in madrid or another major city this should be no problem. You can either find people on this board or via localbitcoins (use their escrow service!).

I was thinking of buying ukash vouchers and exchanging it online for bitcoin.

Ukash has been used in the past for ransomware so it should provide reasonable anonymity, but someone will have to go first. So this would require escrow to be safe, which adds complexity.

Is this safe and if so what sites are trusted for the exchange. There are a ot of sale points selling ukash vouchers here at any amount you want so this makes it easier for me.

I dont know of any exchanges that accept ukash. The big ones usually only accept traditional payment after a time and money consuming verificationproccess. This proccess however is usually a one time deal, so if you plan to buy more in the future this might give you the security you want. If I understand you correctly you also want anonymity though, which no exchange I know of provides. They are usually bound by money laundry laws.

Second, I made an account at blockchain.info and got everything setup to receive my bitcoins if I buy then eventually is this the best place to enable sending and receiving at low charges?

Thanks

Receiving is allways free of charge. When sending bitcoin you should include a little payment (currently 0.0001 per 1kb) called miners fee. With some wallets or accounts you can reduce this fee or skip it entirely, but there are many people complaining about their transactions taking several days. These people usually paid a very low or no miners fee. So if you want to send fast, tip the miners Wink

Blockchain.info is a reasonable wallet for beginners since it is realitvly easy to handle, does not require you to download the whole blockchain, but still leaves you in charge of your private keys (they allow you to spend your coins). Make sure you have a strong password and use 2fa.
https://blockchain.info/wallet/how-it-works


@BitcoinDream thanks a lot for the tip.

I'm in Palma de Mallorca and yes anonymity is why I choose ukash. They just sell you any amount you want over the counter and print your receipt out. Lots of good points from you thanks a lot man.
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