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1721  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTS] 2 6870 1GB GPUs on: February 02, 2012, 04:09:44 AM
A price would be good.
1722  Economy / Services / Re: GPUMAX | The Bitcoin Mining Marketplace on: February 02, 2012, 02:47:17 AM
whining little bitches on this forum

Witnessed.
1723  Economy / Long-term offers / Re: Open Ended Investment Opportunity on: February 01, 2012, 05:56:34 PM
We're full right now.  If you *really* want in, pm me and maybe we can work something out.  Otherwise, stayed tuned and I'll update when I'm ready for more.
1724  Economy / Long-term offers / Re: First Pirate Savings and Trust on: January 30, 2012, 09:21:50 PM
Ok guys, its only 3 hours past 'normal', but you'll notice there isn't a required time.  Didn't he just get done sending out bonus credit just because the website was down, even though it does nothing but show a balance?  Give him a few more hours.  I'm sure all will be right.
1725  Economy / Goods / Re: [wts] 2x Diamond 5970 new oem $410 shipped USA each or + shipping international on: January 30, 2012, 09:18:38 PM
No one interested in these yet?

A bunch of interest, no payment yet.  These cards still do not arrive for two days.  Most of the interest is international, which makes sense as these cards are hard/expensive to get in some countries. 

I am thinking 50/50 I will be mining with them, though may sell off my weakest cards to make room.  I have a nice box with a 900w supply running just two 5830's.  I can pull them out, sell those and drop these new ones in. 


Sapphire 5830's?  I'd be willing to buy them for $75/each.
1726  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTS]Poweredge 2650 /Part Out –Chicago area on: January 30, 2012, 06:34:24 PM
HP G5 and newer are awesome. DL360/380.

+1
1727  Economy / Services / Re: GPUMAX | The Bitcoin Mining Marketplace on: January 30, 2012, 03:46:07 PM
Lol, you guys are like baby birds.  Working on a couple things and we will get back to the grind.

Chirp Chirp
1728  Economy / Lending / Re: Want to lend 9 BTC, READ POST on: January 30, 2012, 04:59:14 AM
When he's done, I'd like a go at it. Smiley
1729  Economy / Goods / Re: [wts] 2x Diamond 5970 new oem $410 shipped USA each or + shipping international on: January 30, 2012, 12:58:22 AM
Were these RMA's? Is that why they have nothing and you aren't getting them until Tuesday?
1730  Economy / Goods / Re: WTS ASUS 6950 1GB DirectCU II ADDED: Lian Li Mid Tower black case on: January 30, 2012, 12:57:16 AM
30 btc?
1731  Economy / Lending / Re: [BITCOIN LONDON] Looking for an 150 BTC loan! on: January 29, 2012, 11:36:22 PM
First inter-bank loan in the history of Bitcoin was done right here, I believe. Smiley

Please pay 57.5 BTC to 1LgJfyNohgkyzogxksENpNTy1vafZP9T6 by 3/6/12.

If the only requirement to be a bank is to call yourself one, then perhaps.  Otherwise, there have been many other non-public discussions and then group investments made in loans.
1732  Economy / Long-term offers / Re: Open Ended Investment Opportunity on: January 29, 2012, 11:34:49 PM
I originally stated that I'd prorate the first period to match your deposit time, but I was feeling a little generous and just gave you credit for the first 2 weeks regardless of deposit time.  All dividends have been either sent or credited to your account.  If something doesn't seem right, please let me know.
1733  Economy / Lending / Re: Proposal for (cumbersome) loan protocol that allows secure credit ratings on: January 29, 2012, 06:51:37 AM
A few observations:
 - I don't use IRC or #bitcoin-otc
 - I don't use linux or the gpg command line command (but I think that's what it is)
 - I don't really want to understand SHA cryptology, but for some people it helps them feel safe.

Going back to read the other stuff now.

We just saw a rash of account hackings where people asked for loans.  How do we know that you are you without some sort of verification?  Using GPG (which isn't linux only, many of us use Windows) allows reputation to be protected by a private key vs just a simple password.  Much more secure.
1734  Economy / Goods / Re: Microsoft Windows XP Pro & Home: Real OEM Software with COA and Disc on: January 29, 2012, 04:04:25 AM
If YOU are acting as a system builder there does not have to be a computer sold with. Like I said earlier, I am not here to dispute the legality of who can sell these. I admit this is a grey area but the fact is you will have a legitimate copy of windows on your system that is completely legit in Microsoft's eyes. I have sold 100's without a problem. I have them and I would like to sell them. If you want one PM me if not that's cool.

Are you a Microsoft Reseller?  I'd like to see your paperwork on that.
1735  Economy / Goods / Re: Microsoft Windows XP Pro & Home: Real OEM Software with COA and Disc on: January 29, 2012, 03:53:23 AM
I regualrly sell these on Ebay for $70+.

Ebay closes these auctions as they find them as a VERO violations.

I suspect that is why he doesn't want to share his ebay id... for fear of getting banned.
1736  Economy / Goods / Re: Microsoft Windows XP Pro & Home: Real OEM Software with COA and Disc on: January 29, 2012, 03:48:30 AM
It hasn't been activated. Please read the post. 

Great!  What machine am I getting with this to qualify me for the OEM license?
1737  Economy / Goods / Re: Microsoft Windows XP Pro & Home: Real OEM Software with COA and Disc on: January 29, 2012, 03:45:47 AM
lol.  This isn't legal.  Period.  OEM licenses are to only be purchased with OEM hardware.  In addition, they aren't transferable.  So you can't take an old decommissioned pc that had a license and then resell that license.  The ONLY way you can sell an OEM license is with OEM hardware and the license hasn't be activated.
1738  Economy / Lending / Re: Loan needed for a HD6990 on: January 28, 2012, 07:40:23 PM
This is also ignoring opportunities to mine for better than the typical 50/diff.  If he used gpumax, realistically, his payback would be even quicker.
I was thinking about mentioning GPUMAX to him but I have not personally used it yet so I don't have any experience to go on for a recommendation.  I have a small rig (5 cards at 420 MH each for about 2 GH) and I am currently in a pool.  Last night I read the entire GPUMAX thread and I am thinking about setting it up.  Have you set it up?  Was it hard to set up?  What is your % gain over going directly with a pool?  In other words what it the going rate, in % above pool rate, for public hashing power?

Easy setup.  You set your own prices, but somewhere between .000045 and .00005/share is the average.  You have to sign up and get put on the list to get in, so sign up now because it might take a while to get in.
1739  Economy / Lending / Re: Loan needed for a HD6990 on: January 28, 2012, 05:48:03 PM
I looked things over and I might be interested from a trust point of view (given some documentation), however when I ran the numbers it looks horrible - for both of us.  Now I did this very quickly and I might have a mistake in my calculations so let me know if that is the case.  Rounding everything off to get a quick estimate:

You want 559 USD so let's call it an even 100 BTC at today's prices.

Your rig should do about 750 MHashes/sec according to your post here:  https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=61508.msg718502#msg718502

According to my calculations this will yeild about 0.5 BTC/day (maybe a bit more) at the current difficulty

So it looks like your payback period for just the principal, in terms of BTC, is about 200 days.

On top of this you have to pay for electricity/cooling and interest back to your lender (me) for the loan.

Does not look too good to me.  If your calculations are different from those above please let me know.

EDIT:  Ok I see from the on line calculator you used you could get as much as 0.60 BTC per day so that gives a principal payback period of only 167 days - much better.  So it really boils down to your actual BTC production rate over the next 6-9 months which in turn boils down to the estimated difficulty during the next 6-9 months - a very difficult number to estimate.

This is also ignoring opportunities to mine for better than the typical 50/diff.  If he used gpumax, realistically, his payback would be even quicker.
1740  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: ---------------- on: January 28, 2012, 05:45:30 PM
Sold

Don't do this.  Its a waste.  The whole point of forums is that there is a history.
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