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61  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Selling 50 btc now! on: August 30, 2011, 07:44:08 PM
Fees for moving the cash to an account?
62  Economy / Goods / Re: Magic: the Gathering Cards and Accessories on: August 30, 2011, 06:16:53 AM
Forgive my ignorance, but what is BitCard?

Also, PM me if you can about it. I'm off to bed and won't have time to get to it until possibly Thursday.
63  Economy / Goods / Re: Magic: the Gathering Cards and Accessories on: August 30, 2011, 06:11:25 AM
Would you buy MtG cards back for BTC? I have a collection from 2010, Zendicar, Shards of Alara and one other (either Conflux or Alara Reborn), plus a lot of spares. I'm looking to dump my MtG card collection. I can put together an inventory if you need it. All cards are kept in binders, or in plastic sleeves and are in mint condition. In the binders, they are ordered by number in the series, and a binder for each series. No series is fully complete so there are some missing cards. Also, to make things easier for deck building, I had organized the cards in such a way that no more than 4 cards occupy the same slot. Extras are in a card box in plastic sleeves.

I enjoyed building the collection, but I haven't played it much and don't have time to do so, so I would like to dump them off for BTC if possible.
64  Economy / Marketplace / Re: It's a Shame on: August 30, 2011, 04:20:05 AM
Who was the trusted user?
dalamchops vouched in the link saying ninja was a good user.  Dalamchops has real good rep on board.
Yah, I saw some trust on the board for Ninja/Hollie. Luckily, the transaction was to purchase MtGox USD via Paypal, so I had some recourse to prevent the transaction from moving forward after I did further research and had no communication from the user after sending payment. Most certainly a scam and I wouldn't trust this person (and I'm suspect of others surrounding this person) as far as I can throw them.

Bottom line, do not trade with Ninja/Hollie, this person should be blacklisted.

Not much for great luck for my first transaction on this forum... Smiley
65  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTB] Corsair Power Supply on: August 29, 2011, 07:02:20 PM
Hi, Ninja!

Good luck on your sale
Kiss
Hi Hollie, please respond to the PMs I sent you and fill your obligations on our transaction.
66  Economy / Goods / Re: BRAND NEW HP TOUCHPAD!!! STILL IN SEALED BOX on: August 29, 2011, 06:05:59 PM
I believe I'm in a similar boat with Ninja/Hollie. My saving grace was that the transaction was for MtGox USD, paid for by myself via Paypal. I'm currently investigating and filed notice with Paypal that the transaction may be fraudulent, but I let them know that I'm waiting until Wednesday, because I've contacted Ninja/Hollie and given him/her till Wednesday to complete the transaction.

My suspicions have arisen after 4 private messages and an email have been sent after money was sent with no response, so I plan to investigate this user in the meantime.
67  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: Interested in trading MtGox USD for CDN currency on: August 27, 2011, 05:02:10 PM
I'm looking for effective ways to move money between exchanges periodically. I already frequent VirtEx and Paxum has prohibitively expensive fees. I have a bunch of cash I want to move between exchanges. It is easy for me to move Bitcoin, but I want to move cash.
68  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Buy and Sell Mt Gox USD on: August 27, 2011, 04:25:14 AM
WTB: MtGox USD via Paypal or Canadian Interac e-transfer. I don't have a reasonable way to move currency into MtGox and would like to buy $750 MtGox USD.

PM me if you are interested.

I'm new to the forum so hopefully I can establish a bit of a good rep using some other areas. I don't buy and sell much on EBay, but I do have a 100% feedback rating: http://myworld.ebay.ca/enygma101

I am in good standing with paypal with no history of chargebacks (not sure how I can provide proof of this).  If there is any more personal information you need as part of due diligence, PM me.
69  Economy / Currency exchange / Interested in trading MtGox USD for CDN currency on: August 27, 2011, 01:28:31 AM
As the subject said. I'm looking for someone or a service that will provide an inexpensive way for me to transfer CDN currency, possibly through Interac email money transfer (or paypal even though it seems to be frowned upon around here), in exchange for MtGox USD redeemable codes at an agreed upon exchange value. In the near term, I'm looking to transfer $500 to $750, and future trades may vary.

I'm new on the forum and will provide credentials and information in private to prove my identity and trustworthiness.
70  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: thinking about investing some harware into bitcoining, what do you think on: August 26, 2011, 11:16:04 PM
Also evaluate whether you can throw money on an exchange and make more money than if you bought the hardware. You can't ignore the fact that this setup you are proposing will give you about about 2 GHash/s (give or take) and cost you about 1.1 to 1.3 kWh of electricity. At $0.15 per kWh, that works out to just over $4 per day to generate bitcoins. Network difficulty and value fluctuate (difficulty going up and value going down). You have to take these factors into consideration if you choose to sink some money into hardware.
71  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: difficulty factor question on: August 26, 2011, 11:11:40 PM
Essentially. Difficulty increases (or decreases) based on the amount of compute power on the network in order to maintain a generally constant amount of bitcoins being introduced to the network on average. The more hashing power on the network, the higher the difficulty. The less hashing power, the lower the difficulty. Difficulty readjusts after ever 2000 blocks or so.
72  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: vram hashrate on: August 26, 2011, 11:07:49 PM
On the more helpful side of life, VRAM will tell you nothing about your hash rate. The memory capacity or clock speed of your video memory has a minimal to negligible effect on your overall processing power. The 2 things that matter most is number of processing cores on the GPU itself, and the clock speed of those cores. As previous posters mentioned, a quick search on mining hardware benchmarks will provide you with useful information on what to expect for performance based on the model of graphics card you are using.

BTW, Video RAM and graphics memory are the same. A GPU contains 2 critical components. The memory, and the GPU itself. The GPU is like a co-processor (in relation to your main processor, be it Intel or AMD), and the video memory is there as a texture/memory buffer for direct and high speed access to data for the GPU. Since randomly generating hashes for SHA256 is a dumb algorithm and requires little memory to operate, the performance of the GPU itself is your critical component.
73  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Introduce yourself :) on: August 26, 2011, 10:43:09 PM
Been lurking a while. Currently mining away at around 3.2 GHash/s. Interested in using my bitcoins for some decent stuff.
74  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Whitelist Requests (Want out of here?) on: August 26, 2011, 10:39:28 PM
I'd like to be white listed. I've been mining bitcoins for a few months and am interested in them for trading and purchasing of tradable commodities. I've primarily lurked around the forums gather information as I need it, but I'm now interested in building some relationships within the Bitcoin community and contribute to the health of the marketplace.
75  Other / Beginners & Help / Buying MtGox code for CDN funds via Interac e-transfer on: August 26, 2011, 10:35:52 PM
I'm interested in purchasing USD on MtGox with Canadian funds. At present, I'm looking to purchase about $750 USD for MtGox 1:1 with CAD. Since I just joined this forum, I can't seem to post in the marketplace. PM me if interested and we can exchange information. I have credentials outside of this forum I can share to try and prove trustworthiness to properly complete the transaction. Ideally, I'm looking to be able to make more transfers in the future, so I'm interested in someone or a service that might be willing to transact more funds as necessary in the future.
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