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2381  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin Vanity Addresses! on: March 06, 2016, 10:20:22 AM
Hi Shorena! I'd like to know how much will it cost for 1jacee or 1jACEe?

1jacee with exact case - 0.0002 btc
1jACEe with exact case - 0.0002 btc
whichever is found first of the two - 0.0001 btc (I could also do this twice for 0.0002 btc which would give you a 50% chance to have both prefixes and a 50% chance to have the same prefix twice)
both (requires two pubkeys) - 0.0003

if you agree send me a PM with the public key(s) and payment to the address in the OP.

Wait, you said to much number and I didn't quite undertand which one am I going to pay. Cheesy
If I only want the 1jacee then I only have to pay 0.0002 BTC , did I get it right?
Also a separate 0.0003 btc for the pubkeys? How much exactly do I have to pay?
I'm sorry if I sound dumb I'm just not familiar with this and the technical stuff.
Another is, I can use mycelium wallet to import the private keys for this, right?
2382  Economy / Digital goods / Re: WTB twitter followers on: March 06, 2016, 10:03:30 AM
I suggest you to not buy twitter followers as they will mostly be fake or bots accounts jut like what they have said. If you are using your twitter for twitter campaign purpose then I doubt you will get accepted if you buy your followers as it can affect the quality of your account. Just stick to the slow process of follow accounts and be followed back. It will take a lot more time but growing your own accounts has its incentives. Wink
2383  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [WTS] 150 YOVI coin on: March 06, 2016, 09:47:57 AM
ill buy your yovi at 1/10 of market price. so 0.012 for 100

Sorry I'll pass. Price is too low for me. I was thinking of getting atleast half of it's market price. Current price at yobit is 0.001 +btc and I was hopin to sell it at around 0.0007 btc - 0.0009 bt for each yovi coin. I'm kind of in need for some coins so I can't afford to sell it much cheaper. I'm already selling it cheaper than thw ureet markwt price. Also the yovi price has been moving recently. Thanks for the offer tho!
2384  Economy / Economics / Re: Investing Bitcoins? on: March 06, 2016, 06:38:50 AM
AFAIK btcpop has this option to buy shares. It is a lending sites with more features plus they are givin rwally good incentives. OP you should check them out. So far, it is on top of my list when it comes to service supports and security. They also provide real deal security for potential investors so you will not have to worry. They are actually just starting to be in the big industry so it's a good time to be involved in them.
2385  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Recently received this Scam E-mail on: March 06, 2016, 06:34:17 AM
I hae received tons with the same bullshit everyday and hladly gmail is detecting thwm all as a spam so I don't have to review each and every email similar to this everyday. This is actually what happens when you use your email or give your email to someone or to some service. There are people who are collecting emails and sending these kinds of emails for their scam attempts so be careful in which you use your email. Some people are actually dumb enough to believe such.
2386  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Dice game strategy? on: March 06, 2016, 06:18:01 AM
I don't think there is really a working strategy when it comes to gambling. Dice is a provably game so unless you are oozzing with luck then that would provabld be the reason why you are winning. The only strategy I can sugget is once you get some profit, stop plying, withdraw and don't ever come back again. A some point, the house will always win so you need to withdraw your coins before it beats you.
2387  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: incentive (earn Bitcoin for posting) on: March 06, 2016, 06:14:24 AM
Is this forum still paying?

I can't see any thread mentioning the rate per post. Can anyone help with the link of the particular thread that can help?
I am getting this error accessing the pay pwr post thread
Crypto Fans - Error
The requested thread could not be found.
Seem like this is alread inactive and not paying. If it still is then the OP will provably replies to the earlier inquiries.
2388  Economy / Services / Re: Bitcoin Vanity Addresses! on: March 06, 2016, 05:19:37 AM
Hi Shorena! I'd like to know how much will it cost for 1jacee or 1jACEe?
2389  Economy / Services / Re: [] ★Twitter Campaign★ | Up to 0.025 BTC per week [FULL] on: March 05, 2016, 06:33:43 PM
Guys, I have lost access to my twitter account. So I guess I will not receive payment for the week. Someone had changed the details of my account and I don't know how to recover it since I didn't set any 2FA. My username on twitter doesn't exist anymore when I searched today. Sad
2390  Other / Meta / Re: I Think I've Found An Account Being Sold on: March 05, 2016, 05:04:26 PM

Purchasing and using an account that you didn't grow yourself is, in fact, deceiving those running the campaign. 

Well yes you are right but for a fact, I have seen so many people buying and selling accounts here for a way of earning, and with my stay here in the forum, I also encountered people who are actually making a living out of signature campaign so I have to think o not only the negativity on why accounts are being sold around but also see the reason wh they are doing these. It's actually common on my local subforum here that you can see them talking about these things.

Also, it appears you haven't read this thread at all.  The account hasn't been sold  yet, and its trust is already positive.

Please take the time to actually read a thread before shit posting all over it to spam your sig link.
Before accusing me of something I'm not doing please also clearly read through every words that I have said. I 'read' the thread and your topic but I was referring to cryptodevils statement alone. I knew that the account has not yet been sold but I did agreed to the fact that if ever it is sold already, you should exposed the account so the positive ratings be removed, only because so everyone else would know that the account has a new owner. I was referring to as if ever the account already has, I didn't said that it is already on the hands of a different person.

In your example he buys an account to 'earn a spot on bitmixer' which, according to you sounds perfectly reasonable, yes?

Except for the fact that every single post he subsequently makes, which will bear more weight because he is a Hero member, will sway users into both believing that the content of the post is likely to be the work of somebody who is greatly experienced within the cryptosphere AND that the signature advert is, therefore, chosen to be worn by the long-standing member of experience because he is wise enough to know it to be a legitimate and trustworthy service. Fact is the person behind that account could be a no-mark idiot who has no fucking clue what he's doing and ends up leading a whole bunch of newbie-lemmings over a cliff, figuratively-speaking.
Which part of that setup sounds honest?

I am not saying that buying and selling accounts for signature campaigning purpose is honest, okay? I get it. You are not in favor of this actions but I was only being logical into thinking that they may have a reason why they are doing such. It may be not in your favor but maybe it is to them. I don't see any harm if the account will be simply used in earning some coins, the guy behind the account must have a great need. As I have seen I know people from my local people who are buying high ranked accounts mainly for a better rte on signature campaigns. It may be frowned upon by some users but give them a break, as for me I will only quetion these people if they actually did something wrong that is against the forum rules. My point is why won't you guys try to assume a scenario without evwn thinking of all the possibilities.
2391  Other / Off-topic / Re: Bitcoin and Porn on: March 05, 2016, 04:08:10 PM
bitcoin have been improperly used for pornography because it can add to the bad image of BTC

Nah, you're wrong. Bitcoin is widely being used now that i evwn reache illegal activities and porn. As you can see, for some, bitcoin is more convinient and easy to use so I wouldn't be surprised ifthere are more porn related stuffs that will adapt to bitcoin. Bitcoins are easier to accumulate at some poin and it's anonymous nature only makes it more an ideal currency to use online. Just look at this Cam site on my signature, they are currently the number one cam site which is using bitcoin as its credit. Unlike other cam sites I have been, with xotikas' use of bitcoin, it would be easier for those who want to tips these models online without the use of their credit cards.  Smiley
2392  Other / Meta / Re: I Think I've Found An Account Being Sold on: March 05, 2016, 03:31:40 PM

Please also let us know so we can burn it's trust rating for being a bought account which, by default, is only purchased in order to deceive other forum users. This means the person operating that account is provably dishonest and so it should be marked as such.

I don't quite understand why you always think of someone negatively in that way.  Undecided Do you have trust issues or something? Cheesy
The guy may have bought the account for signature campaigning itself. It's hard to get a spot on bitmixer and they currently have one of the best price compared to other campaign so I wouldn't think deceiving others is the reason why the buyer bought the account but just to earn a spot on bitmixer. It's only my opinion tho.
On the other hand, I do think that the trust feedback should be removed since the owner of the account is different now.It coul be used in a fraud just in case.
2393  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Re: [WTS] 150 YOVI coin on: March 05, 2016, 03:25:16 PM
BUMP. Still selling.
2394  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Vanity address for mobile? on: March 05, 2016, 02:25:31 PM

Not true. There are huge number of combinations of characters after 1jacee... which makes it easy for anyone else to create the same prefix in a short amount of time
Well you are right but not everyone that I know, knows how to make a vanity address plus I don't see much people using the name jacee. I just think it will be more convinient to identify if I was the one who sent the coin if the address contains my name.

Its quite easy I believe, follow this software's thread :
Yea, that's the one I read but I was looking for a way to directly create one with my smartphone but I guess there is no way to do that.

If the wallet you are using on your mobile allows importing priv key, then yes its possible. But making of vainty address on mobiles is not something I've seen before
I am using mycelium wallet and I saw that there is an import option so I think it will work on this one.

With that being said, contact shorena or DannyHamilton via PM if you run into any problems. Shorena also provides a free(for small vanity chars address generation) vanity gen service

Thanks! I will send either of them both to ask if they can make one for me. Another question, are there any other more technicalities with these vanity address that is different from a normal bitcoin address which was randomly generated? I mean, are there any other more precautions to follow in securing a vanity address other than the obvious way of securing a random generated btc address?

I like also this vanity address thing but it seems too technical for me. I've seen too some people are using this wallet address to identify them.

Sounds cool!

I am askin a quetion on how to make one. I don't need a sig spammer like you telling that it is cool if you could get one. Your post doesn't evwn make sense and if I can I could've deleted your post. Please stay away sig spammers.  Angry
2395  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling should be considered as a Sickness!! on: March 05, 2016, 01:38:28 PM
Gambling is risky game of money from which most people lose and just a few wins.
You are right o the point with this. Yes Gambling is a risky game but I don't think gambling itself should be considered as a sickness. Some people only gamble for fun as for me. You should know that gambling is not only in forms of betting on money. Gambling can also be in our way of life in like if you are making a decision in wether you will go or not to a party evwn if your parents don't allow you to go. Basically, everything that has risks that we do in our everyday of life can be considered as gamble.
Gambling too is addictive and fun especially when you're winning and that's why most people can't get away from gambling once they get in it.
Again you are right, now this is what we call Gambling addiction and this is what can be considered as a mental illness. Just like how a person will be addicted in drugs, gambling also gives a person that feeling of euphoria when winning which basically is the main reason why people get addicted in it. Once you got hit with euphoria, you will not notice that you are already on a loosing streak since your brain is expecting to get a win again.
In gambling you only win from the start then you lose whenever you win a certain amount.
This is why people who gambles looses indeed. Gamblers should know when to stop once they got profit because at the end the house will always win.
2396  Other / Beginners & Help / Vanity address for mobile? on: March 05, 2016, 12:45:28 PM
Hey guys, so I just found out about this bitcoin adress called vanity address and I think it's cool and convinient to have one. I think vanity address can serve as an identification that the btc address is really mine so I can conviently use it if I have my name jacee in it. Smiley
I have a laptop but I don't really use it much often since I always prefer using my android phone. I have seen a tutorial on how to make a vanity address but I didn't quite understand the process and I am not sure if I can have a vanity address on my smartphone?
2397  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: [] Cashback Promotion! on: March 05, 2016, 01:55:26 AM
Username: jac33
Bet ID: 9,351,423,567
2398  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: NBA 2015-16 Regular Season Discussion on: March 05, 2016, 01:15:41 AM
My parlay today:

Washington Wizards @ Cleveland Cavaliers
Bet Type : Moneyline
Your Selection : Washington Wizards
The Washington Wizards have an edge with Wall and Beal in the backcourt while James and Love should have a big game for Cleveland. The cleveland are still hot after winning their eight games but I'm not that confident with their team here. Tho the wizards have failed to put consistency I think they will make up for a close win today. Their odds are also interesting. Cheesy

Brooklyn Nets @ Denver Nuggets
Bet Type : U/O 208.5pts
Your Selection : Over 208.5pts

Portland Trail Blazers @ Toronto Raptors
Bet Type : Portland Trail Blazers +4.5
Your Selection : Portland Trail Blazers +4.5 Cheesy
2399  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Is the lending section of Poloniex risk free on: March 04, 2016, 03:08:41 PM
This might answer your question:

Although Poloniex takes several precautions to prevent a user from defaulting on a loan, the high volatility and substantial risk of illiquidity in markets means that Poloniex cannot make any guarantees against default. When you lend to other users using the Platform’s P2P lending system, you risk the loss of an unpaid principle if the borrower defaults on a loan and liquidation of the borrower's account fails to raise sufficient funds to cover his or her debt.

basically, it has risk since it depends on the person on how he is going to managed the borrowed coins in his trading.
2400  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Cryptopay Bitcoin Debit card + Giveaway on: March 04, 2016, 12:01:15 PM
I seem interesting to have a bitcoin debit card. I actually don't have any idea how a bitcoin debit card works so I have a few question. Does this debit card you are giving away available in Philippines? I mean can I use it normally the same way a normal fiat debit card will be used? Will I be able to withdraw funds to my local fiat in an ATM machine if I load this with bitcoin? Also can I use this to pay, markets and services which accepts debit card even if they don't accept bitcoin?
I'd also like to get a code to get my free debit card.
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