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1421  Economy / Services / Re: Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt on: March 27, 2012, 01:08:19 AM
Just in case people haven't seen this:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=73927.msg818057#msg818057
1422  Economy / Lending / Re: 420 BTC loan - 15% interest on: March 27, 2012, 01:05:21 AM
hmm

Witnessed and confirmed.

Double hmm if you will.

Would that be considered a hummer?
1423  Economy / Services / Re: Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt on: March 26, 2012, 11:10:21 PM

Confirmed.  Thank you.
1424  Economy / Lending / Re: 420 BTC loan - 15% interest on: March 26, 2012, 11:09:42 PM
You just lost that tiny bit of credibility you had left in my eyes with that post. Good riddance!

+1

BTW:  Congrats on the new title terrytibbs
1425  Economy / Lending / Re: The Lending Bubble on: March 26, 2012, 05:37:12 PM
unified reputation tracking system(like heatware, ebay feedback, etc).

You mean like Bitcoin-OTC?

Bitcoin-OTC, sorry to say, is a giant PITA for the average user,
most of whom wouldn't know a shell if it bit them in the ass,
much less how to use gpg.

Plus, using Bitcoin-OTC, can you tell me how much debt - say -
ineededausername currently has outstanding in aggregate ?  Grin



Do ebay feedback ratings tell you how much debt someone has?  How about heatware? Exactly.
1426  Other / Off-topic / Re: Las Vegas / Defcon July 27th weekend on: March 26, 2012, 05:32:38 PM
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Now Bruno's ideas are hilarious and I'd like to see something like this happen.

I didn't even get to the part where you tape images of Rassah's coffee table on backs of tourist or ask Asians walking by if they've seen Satoshi Nakamoto.

~Bruno~


Hahaha..   If I can find a "Wheres the Satoshi?" Ill wear it.. Smiley

What other ways could we make a buzz there ? 

Also wanna go shoot some guns, whats the Defcon shoot all about ?

Dress up as a panhandler, and dole out bitcents to passer-bys with smartphones. Or, if you prefer, dress up as a human faucet.

~Bruno~


Does any of your ideas include me NOT giving away my bitcoins ?  Cheesy

I've got some $25/btc bitcoins for sale if you want to acquire some more.
1427  Economy / Lending / Re: The Lending Bubble on: March 26, 2012, 05:32:00 PM
Would prefer something that combined tracking for users outside of the limited bitcoin economy. There are individuals, like myself, who have reputations built up over years within over communities that don't help due to not being something used within the bitcoin economy. I suppose what I'm looking for is a universally agreed upon reputation system not unlike eBay's feedback ratings. Not everyone wants to sit in an IRC channel trading BTC to build reputation.

Not everyone does sit in an irc channel trading BTC to build reputation.  While the url is bitcoin-otc, the ratings aren't strictly BTC based.  In addition, ratings aren't based on trades, but on trust.  You might not have ever traded with someone but still trust them with your kid's life. You'd rate them accordingly.
1428  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: Android Bitcoin Wallet on: March 26, 2012, 05:29:48 PM
I just posted some feature requests in the Bitcoin Spinner thread but since it applies to any mobile app I'll link to it here as well:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=53353.msg820451#msg820451

But anyway, I really appreciate the work both of you are putting in to your clients. And I absolutely love the design and layout of your app. Mobile apps are the way to go to promote bitcoin.

The thing that is really holding me back from using your app though, is the need to download the block chain. This particularly holds me back from promoting your app to others since I want to show people the ease of use with bitcoin and the waiting period kind of puts people of. So I'm wondering what your future plans are regarding this and if I can look forward to a future light weigth client with your design and features.

The newer version of Android Wallet download the blockchain much quicker than old versions did.  In addition, I believe they are working on an even faster method but I don't know timeframe on that. If at all possible, download the blockchain over wifi, you'll get much better results.
1429  Economy / Lending / Re: The Lending Bubble on: March 26, 2012, 04:20:50 PM
Coming Soon!
1430  Economy / Lending / Re: 420 BTC loan - 15% interest on: March 26, 2012, 02:49:50 PM
Just because you repaid a smaller loan, doesn't mean you will repay a larger loan.  Readily admitting you're going to ask for larger and larger loans sends up a huge red flag.
1431  Economy / Lending / Re: coan qulp on: March 26, 2012, 02:48:42 PM
Anything you can do, google can do better.
1432  Economy / Services / Re: Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt on: March 26, 2012, 02:07:08 PM
To date, I've received 34 btc.  I don't want you guys to think I'm doing something improper so if you want me to pay it out based on prop shares of the debt, I will.  It works out to about 0.00405011661953442718247681308235 btc per 1 btc owed.  So if you're due to receive 100 btc, you'd get .4 btc.  Thoughts?

yeah i'd like to see it distributed.

thank you!


so... is this distribution on hold for a specific reason?


There was not a whole lot of response and since its all or none at each distribution to keep things fair, I sat on it.  If there are no objections, I will distribute what I have received to date in 12 hours from this post.
1433  Economy / Services / Re: Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt on: March 25, 2012, 05:54:44 PM
1434  Economy / Services / Re: Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt on: March 25, 2012, 05:29:59 PM
I have received an email from FreeMoney with copies of documents she claimed to have in this thread.  They seem to check out.
1435  Economy / Services / Re: Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt on: March 25, 2012, 05:20:10 PM
I can confirm that I received a payment for $114 by Shakaru on Feb. 10. I guess this was still two weeks before this thread was started.

Confirmed.  At first I was a little pissy because it feels like this thread has been going since February, but it really hasn't and I'm good now. Smiley
1436  Economy / Services / Re: Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt on: March 25, 2012, 05:08:37 PM
I sent just not to ilxuid the screen shots. Also, giga can verify that he recived $114usd via dwalla on the 10th of feb, and I got the money on the 9th of feb. Screen shot shows in and outs.

Anyways, I have to go wire some cat5. Ill be back later

I will confirm this.

Although a bit shady, this should have been brought to light from both parties that debt has been payed recently, it seems as though this money went to the debt.

Please forward so I can add it to my file.

Edit:  He forwarded to me and it looks legit.  I've added it to my file.
1437  Economy / Services / Re: Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt on: March 25, 2012, 05:03:25 PM
Freeway, your messages seem to have gotten lost in the quotes of that last message, could you post just a blank message reply in here with what you were trying to say?
1438  Economy / Services / Re: Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt on: March 25, 2012, 04:58:05 PM
the address that the payment went through? he asked me to send through the mt. gox code which i did. i have the pms where he requested that as a payment and even a guide! lol

Fair enough, then please post the pms.  If they can be validated, then the board moderators need to revisit their earlier decision because this would seem to indicate a continuing pattern of deception.

ill admit it, he did pay back. I just didnt have a choice to use it to survive on the 1st of feb.

Too little, too late.  This should have been brought to my/dollartrader's attention back then, not now.  This constantly finding out information after the fact from other people hasn't gotten old.

Edit:

This is the revised quote:

ill admit it, he did pay back. I just didnt have a choice to use it to survive on the 1st of feb. These days I am not the most happy guy, and Im doing what I can to survive right now while take care of this. Thats why Ive been asking for anyone to help me get another job, thats why Im asking anyone with a way to help that still means I have to work (no free rides).

Hell. Ill even take shipped ramen noodles. I am in a bad place here people

Second edit: Not what I was thinking about here
I thought this was a 5btc debt. This money went right to gigavps via Dwalla. I have the screen shots.
1439  Economy / Services / Re: Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt on: March 25, 2012, 04:54:02 PM
the address that the payment went through? he asked me to send through the mt. gox code which i did. i have the pms where he requested that as a payment and even a guide! lol

Fair enough, then please post the pms.  If they can be validated, then the board moderators need to revisit their earlier decision.  These claims would seem to indicate a continuing pattern of deception.
1440  Economy / Services / Re: Shades Minoco / Shakaru / Collections / Debt on: March 25, 2012, 04:45:38 PM
Hello all,

I am mrbashfo and was wondering if andrew (shakaru) has told any of you what kind of hardware i ran off with? I had an interesting little chat through pm's with a member who shakaru owed money to. I paid shakaru back what i owed him and i am surprised that none at all went back into repayment. if i knew i would have just sent everyone who he owes some money.

Please provide the address.
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