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1901  Economy / Long-term offers / Re: Looking for lenders on: January 02, 2012, 05:59:08 PM
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The little link at the top of the topic that says 'notify' does the same thing. Smiley
1902  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: wtb 100 ppusd worth of btc at current xchg rate on: January 02, 2012, 05:57:07 PM
you're not taking that big of a risk with me, I'm not going to scam for $100.

Do you realize that this is exactly what most scammers say?  I think you'll find that a 3% markup on a paypal transaction isn't worth most people's time.

A cumulative rating of 4 on the -otc isn't much of anything, especially considering you haven't proven that it is even you.  Same for heatware.
1903  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Bitcoin and Kiva on: December 31, 2011, 05:34:52 AM
So, a long time in coming here is what happened with our (some engineers at Kiva) project to attempt to integrate Bitcoin.

Basically, as we talked to many people in the organization, it became clear we wouldn't have widespread support to start, so we thought we'd just go ahead and build something and ask forgiveness later. However, we did want to at least do some good due diligence on how to proceed. Thus, we started by talking to many people about their experiences with Bitcoin. We talked to some fellow non-profits, and the lawyer from one particular organization gave us some strong reasons to not move forward. We then talked some with our lawyer, who cautioned against doing anything that could distract from Kiva's core mission by bringing about controversy.

So, we shelved the project for now, out of respect for our colleagues wishes. We'd still like to proceed, but we would have to find a way to do so while knowing that everything we do will meet our mission and not place us in a position of legal questionability.

So, from my perspective, what that means is that I'm going to wait (the other engineer who was working on Bitcoin with me here just left Kiva) until there is some solid example of another non-profit to point to, as well as some more legal frameworks/precedent set with Bitcoin usage, so that I can then point our lawyer to it and ask him if we can proceed.

I appreciate everyone's advice here on the forum. I believe in Bitcoin as a viable method for transactions along with most people here, but like you guys I'm stuck waiting for someone to take the lead. I was hoping we could take some lead, but it's simply *perceived* as being too risky. I have confidence though that with all the great people working on Bitcoin that there will eventually be a path forward.

Again, sorry for the delay in response, and thanks everyone for your advice and support.

Cheers,

mrchilly

Could you list the things the lawyers had issues with?  In general terms, just so that maybe they could be addressed by the developers/community to help remove roadblocks.
1904  Economy / Lending / Re: 50 BTC, repay 57 BTC in one month on: December 25, 2011, 02:32:06 AM
Still looking?  I can loan 10 btc.
1905  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTS] 5830s $70 each. free shipping on: December 18, 2011, 07:48:32 AM
shakaru aka Andrew Nollan liar and a cheat and renegs on deals. BE WARNED

   

shakaru aka Andrew Nollan accepted payment of $1600 for 4 EVGA 580 GTX's Classifieds 1.5 weeks ago, has since tried to worm more money, change the conditions and finally reneged on the deal. He owes me 4 EVGA 580 GTX's Classifieds which he has refused to send. He owes me $1600.

This is to inform the BTC community that he is a lier and a cheat and his word means shit. Andrew your pathetic, you deliver what I have paid for without question.

Clearly the use of a spell check escapes you, which undermines your credibility.
1906  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Selling Bitcoins at a high exchange rate on: December 13, 2011, 11:29:29 PM
I'll sell Bitcoins at 25 USD per BTC, or 40 TBC per USD. I don't care that "everyone else" is selling Bitcoins dirt cheap. This is my offer. Take it or leave it. I'm in no rush to sell.

Edit: Also, I encourage everyone else to join me in selling no lower than this approximate price. Eventually, all the people selling dirt cheap will run out and then all selling will revert back to its proper place at $25/BTC Smiley

Just saw this thread.
I immediately noticed this:

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40 BTC / USD

Yes please!  I'll buy 1000 BTC, and since you're saying 40 Bitcoins per USD, I'll pay you $25 via Paypal, Dwolla, mtgoxcode or whatever payment method you want.


You changed his quote.  He never said what you quoted.  He said 40 TBC / USD.  It wasn't a typo.
1907  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTS] 64GB USB flash/thmb drive on: December 12, 2011, 12:55:17 AM
1btc!

We've got jokes ladies and gentleman! Please take your seats, front row anyone?

You have to start somewhere.  That being said..

5btc
1908  Economy / Lending / Re: 12/10/2011 [NEW] Need 9 BTC Loan for 2 days on: December 11, 2011, 01:31:27 PM
Sent 10 BTC to 1hgskQqKyJcVoux8HchKXvFTrF3t56Hz5

Loan Repaid with interest in less than 24 hours.

thanks again for the loan!

Confirmed, thanks.
1909  Economy / Lending / Re: 12/10/2011 [NEW] Need 9 BTC Loan for 2 days on: December 11, 2011, 12:01:22 AM
thanks for the loan imsaguy - will be repaid within 1-2 days

No rush, just keep me in the loop.
1910  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTS] ATI 5970 = $300 BTC on: December 10, 2011, 04:28:12 PM
1)  What sort of power draw are you seeing on these cards?

2) Would you consider an 'in person pickup' discount?
1911  Economy / Lending / Re: 12/10/2011 [NEW] Need 9 BTC Loan for 2 days on: December 10, 2011, 04:11:25 PM
Just bought a bunch of hard ware and spent my wallet, I need 9 BTC to pay for something right now, will have it mined and ready to pay back within two days. Please send to 19qknrP742j2mcoWRC7wRGtMpS8Ny6Ut3M

will pay back 1 BTC Interest for a total of 10

thank you.

They are on the way.  Please repay to 1hgskQqKyJcVoux8HchKXvFTrF3t56Hz5 .
1912  Economy / Auctions / Re: $25 Amazon.com Gift Code - Ends 12/11/11 @ 12:00 on: December 10, 2011, 05:31:31 AM
I'll bid 3btc just to get this party started.
1913  Economy / Services / Re: BitServers: Dedicated Servers | Discounts Inside | Registered in England & Wales on: December 07, 2011, 05:28:12 PM
I'm interested in the information above as well.

I'd like to know about locations, bandwidth, uptime, redundancy, etc.  I have my own licenses that I'd use. 

Is there a discount if I prepay?
1914  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Anyone selling gift cards, postal money orders for BTC or Dwolla? on: December 07, 2011, 04:52:23 PM
It's been a while since I've looked at the marketplace for this kind of product/service.

I glanced over the first page of topics in this forum, and didn't see anything.

What I'm looking for: A reputable, safe dealer (preferably large) with plenty of positive feedback who I can transfer my dwolla balance to (or BTC as a 2nd choice) and receive a postal money order or gift cards. Obviously I'm willing to pay a small commission for this transaction -- but nothing exorbitant.


I am game. Send me a pm with more details.
1915  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Lots of BTC for sale! on: December 07, 2011, 02:19:29 AM
I have somewhat btc for exchange. I will only take international wire transfer, mtgox code and western union. Let me know if you are interested. Thank ya! Smiley

If people had mtgox codes, they wouldn't need to get their btc from you. Wink
1916  Economy / Currency exchange / Wanting to buy BTC on: December 06, 2011, 03:51:13 AM
I'm looking to buy some BTC.  PM me your offers. Payment arrangements negotiable.  I'm listed in the good traders thread here as well as the -otc ratings.
1917  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: [WTB] BTC via Paypal. on: December 03, 2011, 07:21:02 PM
See PM.
1918  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTB] Windows 7 OEM new sealed only on: December 02, 2011, 06:31:03 PM
You know, you can buy a legit Win7 download via Microsoft's student discount program for like $29.99.  That's how I bought my Win7 Pro 64bit.  I'm just sayin.

Plus, they limit how many you can buy like that.  They don't want someone buying 500 copies for cheap. Smiley
1919  Economy / Currency exchange / [closed] Looking to Buy 5BTC on: December 02, 2011, 04:08:41 AM
I'm looking to buy 5btc via ppusd.  I'm well rated both here and in -otc.   Order filled.  Thanks!
1920  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTS] 5830s $70 each. free shipping on: December 02, 2011, 03:37:25 AM
Thanks for taking a risk with a new member! I ordered them Monday, received them Wednesday. Great transaction. Thanks again.

Congrats on finally getting a forum account delorean Wink
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