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121  Economy / Services / Re: Buying Site Memberships on: March 30, 2014, 01:37:21 AM
@goozman96: Then post in some other thread, there are plenty.
122  Economy / Services / Re: Buying Site Memberships on: March 30, 2014, 01:35:13 AM
To all others who sent me a PM, I have sent you the list of sites.
123  Economy / Services / Re: Buying Site Memberships on: March 30, 2014, 01:34:11 AM
@goozman96: Without knowing the list of sites, how are you concluding that the sites I want accept bitcoins?

You either ask for the list in PM like many others have done or stop assuming. When I say these sites do not accept bitcoins, then it means I have checked it beforehand.

Also, 45,000 sites is a very small percentage of the total number of sites on Internet, so there is no reason to be surprised if the sites are not in that list.
124  Economy / Services / Re: Buying Site Memberships on: March 30, 2014, 01:32:59 AM
@CurbsideProphet: Was there really a need for you to confirm it for everyone here in the Thread? It was 'PM' for a reason. Instead of replying in the PM you come here with your comments.

And yes, I know they are not malicious and anyone who thinks that, well then he needs to learn the meaning of malicious.

Secondly, if you are not interested in the deal, then don't do it, but no point advising others what to do.

If someone is willing then I will deal with them. Everyone can think for themselves.
125  Economy / Services / Re: Buying Site Memberships on: March 29, 2014, 10:10:25 PM
@goozman96: The only thing I can do is confirm with them whether the sites I want to buy the membership of are in their Retailer's list or not.

They will not work with every site, the merchant has to first agree as well, it is not just one way.

Check here: https://www.joinsnapcard.com/merchant.html
126  Economy / Services / Re: Buying Site Memberships on: March 29, 2014, 10:03:44 PM
This accomplishes what you're looking for:
https://www.joinsnapcard.com/

Actually that's not what I am looking for. All those merchants listed on the site accept BTC. So, it is not an issue at all.

I am looking to get stuff from sites which do not accept BTC.
127  Economy / Services / Re: Buying Site Memberships on: March 29, 2014, 09:45:15 PM
@CurbsideProphet: If you want to see the sites, I can send them to your PM. If these were malicious, then I have already replied to so many PMs with the list of sites and no one had a problem.

Regarding who sends the amount first, let's discuss. Ofcourse, I will not send the full amount at first unless someone is a very trusted trader here.

Please check your PM for the list of sites.
128  Economy / Services / Re: Buying Site Memberships on: March 29, 2014, 05:03:10 PM
@xypos: No, these are not malicious sites. I can send you the list in PM and you have a look for yourself. They accept payment using Credit Card (USD/EUR).

@Wendigo: They accept credit cards. Can I get a virtual credit card using Bitcoin anonymously? Also, I doubt if these type of VCC will be accepted by the payment gateway.

In any case, please contact me through PM.
129  Economy / Services / Re: Buying Site Memberships on: March 29, 2014, 01:56:37 PM
What sites? PM me.

I have sent you a PM.
130  Economy / Services / Re: Buying Site Memberships on: March 29, 2014, 12:24:26 PM
Thanks, I have replied to your PM.

If someone else is also interested, please let me know. I have a long list of sites and I can assure you that it will be profitable for you as well.
131  Economy / Services / Buying Site Memberships on: March 29, 2014, 11:35:50 AM
I want to buy memberships to certain sites. However, these sites only accept payment through Credit Card or PayPal. I cannot make the payment through either of these myself.

I have bitcoins but these sites do not accept bitcoins. So, I am looking for someone who would help me buy memberships to the sites I want and in return I will give them BTC (at current market price equivalent of the membership of site) and in addition to this an extra incentive.

for instance, if the 1 year subscription = 100 USD

so, BTC equivalent = 0.2 BTC according to current price of BTC.

The advantage for you is, the price of BTC might increase with time, so it would be more valuable for you than the initial 100 USD you paid for me through Credit Card/PayPal.

Also, I will pay slightly extra BTC for you since you are helping me out. If you think you are interested in this kind of deal, please post here or contact me through PM on the Forum.

Thanks.
132  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Steal the Litecoin Treasure for a very less amount! on: April 18, 2013, 10:41:34 AM
Hey guys, go and steal the litecointreasure for only 35 LTC now at litecointreasure.com before the price of treasure goes up!

I made like 10 LTC with this site in 1 day, way more than what I can make with GPU mining with the current difficulty of the network rising! Cheesy
133  Economy / Trading Discussion / Unable to Add LR USD to mtGox on: April 10, 2013, 07:55:15 PM
Hi,

I want to add USD from my LR Account to mtGox.

I go here:

https://mtgox.com/trade/funding-options

Select AurumxChange

gives me this link:

https://www.aurumxchange.com/funding/mtgox

I followed the instructions provided to fund your account using e currencies and go to:

https://www.aurumxchange.com/exchange

I select LR USD in the "from currency" drop down menu

but in "to currency" I am not getting the mtGox option.

Please help!


134  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [ANN] [LTC] Litecoin Kamikaze - Win up to 2400 LTC! on: April 06, 2013, 06:45:04 PM
Yeah I will try to refer.

I just observed that the SHA256 hash is not being generated anymore.

My Current Balance is: 0.1 LTC

I am playing the Bet 0.1 LTC, but it won't generate the SHA256 hash anymore.

Why is it so?
135  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [ANN] [LTC] Litecoin Kamikaze - Win up to 2400 LTC! on: April 06, 2013, 04:16:55 PM
Thanks for the quick reply. I played it Free a couple of times, I find it interesting Smiley

made my first deposit of 0.1 LTC and played the bet, damn, hit the mine at first attempt  Grin

hope is good!
136  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [ANN] [LTC] Litecoin Kamikaze - Win up to 2400 LTC! on: April 06, 2013, 03:28:49 PM
Hello Cyberdyne,

I just now came across your game and I like the concept. Especially the way you verify the Game Data using SHA256 hash.

However, the reviews here in the thread do not appear to be good. May I know if it is working properly now?

How long should it take before the LTC I deposit to your game to show up in your site?
After I complete the game, I just need to click the button next to the row which says, "Take Bet * x" right? And the amount will automatically be credited to my balance on the site?

I can get the LTC as long as I have not hit any mine, right? So, if I cross the first 3 rows successfully without crashing into a mine, and I crash in the 4th row, I lose my bet and the LTC Smiley

I want to play  Grin

Thanks.
137  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: How exactly do Transactions work in Bitcoin Network? on: March 08, 2013, 01:24:41 PM
I was trying to understand the verification process done using Input and Output Scripts.

So, for the transaction between Bruce and Linda, these scripts should look like:

Code:
Input:
Previous tx: <The hash of unspent Transaction of Bruce>
Index: 0 <This points to Output of the above Transaction>
scriptSig: 304502206e21798a42fae0e854281abd38bacd1aeed3ee3738d9e1446618c4571d10
90db022100e2ac980643b0b82c0e88ffdfec6b64e3e6ba35e7ba5fdd7d5d6cc8d25c6b241501 (contains Pubkey of Bruce along with the signature of the message)

Output:
Value: 188000000
scriptPubKey: OP_DUP OP_HASH160 <Pub hash Key of Linda/Bruce?>
OP_EQUALVERIFY OP_CHECKSIG

on wiki for "transfer to Bitcoin Address", I have following questions:

Q #1. "A Bitcoin address is only a hash, so the sender can't provide a full public key in scriptPubKey."

Here, the sender is Bruce? Which "full public key" are we talking about here? The public key corresponding to the private key of Bruce? or the public key corresponding to Linda's private key?

Q #2. "When redeeming coins that have been sent to a Bitcoin address, the recipient provides both the signature and the public key."

In our example, it would be Linda providing the signature and public key? It is confusing when it says, "redeemng coins that have been sent to a Bitcoin address".


Q #3. The script verifies that the provided public key does hash to the hash in scriptPubKey, and then it also checks the signature against the public key.

This text is really not clear to me Smiley

I thought I understood it but I don't think so.
138  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: How exactly do Transactions work in Bitcoin Network? on: March 08, 2013, 09:55:03 AM
Thanks Stephen for the details. I find blockchain.info very useful as well.

I have understood something now (I was wondering yesterday, why are there 2 addresses in the output. So, it means, one of them was the amount sent to the recipient and the other amount was returned to the other bitcoin address of the sender).

I am trying to understand in more detail, that what happens before all this?

Taking the same example further.

let's say, Bruce wanted to send 1.88 BTC to Linda.

In his wallet, he will enter the Bitcoin Address of Linda and click send.

Let's assume Bruce has two Bitcoin Addresses (1PvFignfc4H1hvUJU8EuoeUNMh7WtdJPgp and 1Gd2SRTE7GC6GHwtSaAeV7d1xhJ7t5iYJ6 ). Both these addresses were generated using his Bitcoin Wallet's private key.

To send 1.88 BTC to Linda, first the Bitcoin Client on Bruce's machine, has to scan the entire block chain and locate all the transactions corresponding to 1 of the above 2 Bitcoin Addresses where Bruce received some amount.

It will then use the latest transaction in the history corresponding to Bruce's Bitcoin Address.

This transaction will have an Output (which has a value and a Bitcoin Address stored in it? )

here, value corresponds to the Balance of Bruce's Bitcoin Address and the bitcoin Address is Bruce's own Bitcoin Address?

now, once the Bitcoin Client has located the latest transaction in the block chain, where Bruce received some amount, it will generate the Input Script to prove that Bruce is the owner of those BTC as mentioned in the Output of Transaction, correct?

This input script, will use the Public Key (corresponding to Bruce's Wallet) and a signature (generated using his Private Key). It will also have an index that links to the output of the Transaction (where Bruce received some amount).

Now, the output script, will verify that Bruce is indeed the owner of the BTC as mentioned in the Output part of the transaction. so, Bruce can claim them and use them to send to Linda?

So, the input and output scripts are only used to verify that Bruce is the owner of the BTC and can claim them. Then, this amount is sent directly to Linda?
139  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / How exactly do Transactions work in Bitcoin Network? on: March 08, 2013, 07:09:23 AM
I was reading about Transactions on the wiki here:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Transactions

From what I have understood, a Transaction will have inputs and outputs. Inputs will reference the output of some other transaction. At the same time, output will have the details of sending bitcoins.

How does this relate to a simple example in Bitcoin Network such as:

"at this very moment, when all the nodes in the Bitcoin Network are working to complete a new block, let's say, Bruce sends 1 BTC to Linda's Bitcoin Address".

What exactly happens now?

How will the Bitcoin Transaction format look like? What will be the inputs and outputs?

I am trying to correlate it to what is mentioned on the Wiki about Transactions.

Will this information (Bruce sent 1 BTC to Linda), be announced to all the nodes in the Bitcoin Network?
How exactly do other nodes in the Network verify this Transaction?

example from wiki:

Code:
Input:
Previous tx: f5d8ee39a430901c91a5917b9f2dc19d6d1a0e9cea205b009ca73dd04470b9a6
Index: 0
scriptSig: 304502206e21798a42fae0e854281abd38bacd1aeed3ee3738d9e1446618c4571d10
90db022100e2ac980643b0b82c0e88ffdfec6b64e3e6ba35e7ba5fdd7d5d6cc8d25c6b241501

Output:
Value: 5000000000
scriptPubKey: OP_DUP OP_HASH160 404371705fa9bd789a2fcd52d2c580b65d35549d
OP_EQUALVERIFY OP_CHECKSIG

If someone can correlate it, it would be great.
140  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Tradehill Btc Withdraw (In Process for more than 12 hours) - Whats going on? on: February 05, 2012, 04:50:53 AM
Great to see that there are other members unhappy with their customer service as well!

And who says that they manually confirm for large amounts of transfer and this is the reason for Tradehill taking more time! Please don't give your advices without having a clear picture.

In my case, I have raised a request to withdraw money in currency for 20 BTC and been following up with them for more than 1 month. Got a solution for this as well? Large amounts so they been taking time!

I think, stcupp is completely correct, Tradehill has a horrible customer service. If they are going through some problems, ok then keep the customers informed and if you suck at it so much then better give up the idea of an Online Exchange and wasting the hardware resources of so many Bitcoin Followers!
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