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1  Economy / Services / Re: Post Local Bitcoin Business Listings - Paying 0.001 BTC Per Listing! on: March 13, 2017, 11:12:50 PM
hey folks, i can't continue to run this promotion due to someone leaving me negative feedback, but if any successful posters want to continue with some work please email me at dr.michael.moriarty@yandex.com

Only chrisbin,778bitcoin,lbromy and trumpD are invited to email me for more work
2  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Tor wallet manage by lenny_ is a scam wallet on: March 13, 2017, 11:05:06 PM
and furthermore the owner publishes his email dr.michael.moriarty@yandex.com right on the website so if you really feel like you got scammed why dont you just email the owner?
3  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Tor wallet manage by lenny_ is a scam wallet on: March 13, 2017, 11:03:24 PM
it seems that using twitter campaign to build up trust is now commonly used because of the low payout to each follower and a chance to get positive comments.

it is high paying compared to other campaigns, he did pay around a btc or more in his recent forum campaigns.

OP, you contacted support of course and tried to clear things up?

They will just ignore it,I have sent 3 tickets already ,people have proven that torwallet is a scam site I hope those who will read this put a negative trust on that admin profile..

Would love to know your TorWallet username as I believe you are completely full of shit.
4  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Tor wallet manage by lenny_ is a scam wallet on: March 13, 2017, 11:02:16 PM
What happened:
I used https://torwallet.com/ in one of my signature campaign but my payment never came in
On blockexplorer it show 0.035018 BTC
but in my dashboard I saw nothing


Scammers Profile Link:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=60727


Reference Link:
https://torwallet.com

Amount Scammed:
Payment Method: Bitcoins
Proof of Payment: 0.035018 BTC
https://blockchain.info/address/1EJJArXuWgaKoJGcyKstAhBm72F8DDZVuC


Additional Notes: I advise you to not deal with this user until this dispute is resolved.

You are actually out of your mind if you think TorWallet scammed you for this amount.  Why don't you tell us your Torwallet username please?
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: BTCListen.com Realtime Bitcoin transaction visualizer. on: March 13, 2017, 11:00:45 PM
BTCListen.com Realtime Bitcoin transaction visualizer.
http://btclisten.com/


spam .. but good spam. interesting site
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Heading to ONE MILLION DOLLARS on: March 13, 2017, 10:52:10 PM
Bitcoin is about to become Satoshi’s million dollar baby.

When the enigmatic Satoshi Nakamoto gave birth to Bitcoin on the third of January, 2009, he had no idea of the cataclysmic, sweeping repercussions of his unique solution to the double-spend problem. Although he was neither a superhero programmer nor a superstar mathematician, he conjured up an idea that would change the world forever.

The notion of million-dollar Bitcoin may seem damnably unrealistic, but consider that Bitcoin – trading for pennies in 2009 – has soared to almost $1000 USD. From a humble dollar to a cool g-note represents a 100,000% rise. From a thousand dollars to one million dollars is also a 100,000% rise. Bitcoin’s track record for spectacular appreciation is indisputable.

The rise of Bitcoin has been anything but steady and reliable, with the price leaping and tumbling on the whim of an unfavorable news report, a hacked exchange, an abominable theft, or some ugly news out of China. Nonetheless, the trend has been inexorably upwards, and we have no reason to believe this trend will change. Here’s why …

The supply of Bitcoin must eventually decrease. Once all twenty-one million coins have been mined, the inevitability of lost private keys will assure that the supply steadily decreases over time. The number twenty-one million is as mythical as it is magical; twenty-one million spendable Bitcoins will never exist. Period.

Pity the fool who tossed away his hard drive with seven million dollars worth of Bitcoins on it. Those coins are gone forever, recoverable only by God. This type of tragedy occurs daily, though usually with a less epic loss. People forget their passwords, misplace their private keys, or fail to back up a hard drive before it crashes. The Bitcoin supply must go down, not up, once all twenty-one million coins have been mined.

And the demand will go UP. Always up. As people discover new uses for the cryptocurrency – and as folks in the developing world come to realize its superiority to national currencies – adoption must increase over time. The so-called ‘mass adoption’ that early adopters predicted failed to materialize because, in the western world, Bitcoin is still a solution without a problem. It’s great for buying drugs on the deep web, but Paypal or credit card works fine for most online purchases. While Bitcoin is actually easier and safer to use than Paypal or credit card, the marginal benefits of cryptocurrency have not proven palpable enough to trigger the mass adoption that geeks expected back in 2013. Another impediment to mass adoption is stupidity. You don’t have to be smart to use Bitcoin, but there is still a prevailing attitude that only ‘nerds’ can figure it out. While that simply isn’t true, the slow pace of mainstream adoption surely has something to do with the average person’s lack of confidence in his or her ability to understand cryptocurrency. Once people realize that using Bitcoin is no more complicated than using Paypal or credit card, the pace of mainstream adoption will quicken.

In the developing world, all bets are off. Credit cards are rare, and Paypal has blocked many accounts in India and Africa. Worse, huge numbers of people across th globe remain ‘unbanked’ because they lack access to safe, reliable banking services. Third-world banking is like the Hotel California; the money goes in, but it never comes out, which goes to show that the best way to rob a bank is to own one. The main impediment to immediate Bitcoin mass-adoption in the developing nations is lack of Internet access. As third-world Internet infrastructure improves, billions of folks in the developing world will flock to Bitcoin.

So it is inevitable that we will see usage increase over time, with mass adoption occurring first in the developing world, where Bitcoin is most needed, and more slowly – but inexorably – in the western nations, where Bitcoin is already being used as a value-store alternative to gold.

Many Bitcoins have already been removed from circulation, not just from loss of private keys but also from hoarding. As Bitcoin becomes more stable and legitimized, investors looking for a safe haven asset are increasingly turning to Bitcoin instead of gold, which is partly responsible for the price collapse of the yellow metal. Bitcoin is preferable to gold for a number of reasons, not least of which because it has gone up 100,000%! Gold has no hope of any comparable meteoric price increase; as the price of gold rises, gold supply rises with it, because of the incentive for miners to unearth more gold. As the price of Bitcoin rises, demand increases, but supply remains utterly unaffected by the bull market; nobody, not even Satoshi Nakamoto himself, can tinker with the supply of Bitoin. Furthermore, Bitcoin offers fungibility and utility, whereas gold languishes in a bank vault. Long-term Bitcoin investors (hoarders) drive the price up by stripping Bitcoins from the marketplace. As national currencies grow weaker and weaker, we can expect Bitcoin hoarding to increase, further boosting the price by reducing supply.

It doesn’t take a genius or a disciple of Adam Smith to realize that as demand goes up, and supply remains constant or declines, the only possible price movement is towards the moon.

The eight-hundred pound elephant in the room is the altcoin. Any altcoin. What happens if an altcoin, such as Monero or Zcash or Ethereum, replaces Bitcoin? This is never, ever going to happen. Bitcoin benefits from what economists call the ‘network effect,’ meaning that its value derives from the number of people using it. The infrastructure built around Bitcoin is already gargantuan, with hundreds of thousands of websites accepting BTC and Silicon Valley investors pouring money into Bitcoin startups. No other altcoin comes close, even though many of these coins actually work BETTER than Bitcoin. Many social networking sites also work better than Facebook (which, in my opinion, SUCKS), but Facebook has no rivals. Why? Network effect! Would you hop onto another social network if only a few thousand people in the world were using it? No. Hell no.

Bitcoin benefits from a monstrous network effect, but its primacy derives from more than that. Bitcoin, like gold, has value because people want it. If the people who wanted Bitcoin suddenly decided they wanted some other altcoin, like Zcash, the value of Bitcoin would surely plummet – but the value of all cryptocurrencies would similarly plummet. Investor confidence in the entire cryptocurrency market would melt overnight if the majority of people simply flocked to ‘the next big thing.’

So where is Bitcoin heading? Short-term price gains are anyone’s guess, but the long-term trend is UP, UP, UP. I have heard people throwing around the number one million for a future price of Bitcoin – Satoshi’s million dollar baby.

John Law bragged to a friend that he had discovered the secret of the philosopher’s stone: ‘it is to make gold out of paper.’ Satoshi Nakamoto discovered the modern secret of the philosopher’s stone; to make gold out of bits.

https://darknetmarkets.com/inevitability-million-dollar-bitcoin/
7  Economy / Services / Re: Post Local Bitcoin Business Listings - Paying 0.001 BTC Per Listing! on: March 07, 2017, 12:21:22 AM
and again, if anyone who did good work has not been paid, just PM me with your bitcoin address, unpaid listings and links.  Most people who did good work have been paid but I think ChrisBin has not?  Maybe a few others..
8  Economy / Services / Re: Post Local Bitcoin Business Listings - Paying 0.001 BTC Per Listing! on: March 07, 2017, 12:20:23 AM
I am very disappointed with the work that was done on this thread, and it will make me hesitant for hire publicly on here again. I paid out over 1 btc on this project and most of the foreign listings were absolute garbage. not only were they absolute garbage/fake but they also broke the site due to bad characters!

Some people did good work, like Chrisbin,lbromy,raymond541,rchstr,nealvanellsa, etc and these people I will whitelist for future promotions/projects.  The majority of you did absolute SHIT work and in fact broke the site and I have been having to hire people to approve listings one-by-one and verify them one-by-one.

So, all in all, this kind of shoddy job ruins it for all the people who do good work.  Also I've paid out over 2 btc in jobs over the past month but now some assholes have given me negative feedback for not paying out for SHIT WORK.  So, guess what? I'm not likely to run more promotions here ..
9  Economy / Services / Looking for an EXPERT PHP Developer for blockchain projects on: March 06, 2017, 02:59:33 AM
I am looking for someone with extensive experience with PHP and the blockchain for projects relating to Bitcoin and Ethereum

Could be a fulltime job if you do good work. Email me at dr.michael.moriarty@yandex.com
10  Economy / Digital goods / Re: site with 130k views daily on: March 05, 2017, 09:54:51 PM
I'd be willing to buy this site if you can complete the promised transfer of CubeFaucet.com

It is not in my qhoster account and never was ..
11  Economy / Service Announcements / Bitcoin Escorts Listing - Browse/Add Listings for Bitcoin Escorts! on: March 05, 2017, 12:05:36 AM
Bitcoin escorts!  Escort services accepting Bitcoin and independent escorts for Bitcoin ..

Totally free site, browse listings or add your escort service listing

Visit https://BitcoinEscorts.net
12  Economy / Services / Re: Post Local Bitcoin Business Listings - Paying 0.001 BTC Per Listing! on: March 04, 2017, 11:10:26 PM
Guys don't waste your time! he finds a few questionable listings, and says that you give a shit. In fact, he takes your money. I have personally tested multiple users with listings and say that there are questionable listings but 60% complies with the conditions provided charge.
here are a few examples:

basesaw  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18019100#msg18019100
good - 62
bad - 85

7788bitcoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18022251#msg18022251
good - 8
bad - 2

ardani332  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18022661#msg18022661
good - 10
bad - 0

TrumpD  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18027707#msg18027707
good - 37
bad - 18

nasashi - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18028322#msg18028322
good - 41
bad - 7
not confirm - 2

abramovich  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg17989646#msg17989646
good - 93
bad - 47

raymond541  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18029181#msg18029181
good - 20
bad - 6

abramovich - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18030809#msg18030809
good - 36
bad - 1

meemiinii  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18037894#msg18037894
good - 4
bad - 0
not confirm - 1

I spent 4 hours of his time and reviewed these listings. I'm sure lenny is also looking, and not pay you. Look how much he owes you!

hmm maybe I should pay you to review the listings for me? Interested in a job? 



can I check the listings, and do a daily check report. What is the wage?

Hi, I can hire you potentially to:

A. go through this thread and check the listings of certain people who have not been paid (such as abramovich) and send me a report on their good/bad listings so I can get them paid up.  AND
B. To approve listings on my site BitListing.com to ensure that no listing BREAKS the map on the site, which has been happening with foreign listings

If interested, PM ME!
13  Economy / Services / Re: Post Local Bitcoin Business Listings - Paying 0.001 BTC Per Listing! on: March 04, 2017, 12:36:20 AM
This promotion is temporarily CLOSED . I don't have time to scan each and every listing and many of the listings are garbage and some have actually broken the database on my site due to bad characters.

These guys >>
Raymond541
rchstr
CHRISBIN702
Lbromy
nealvanessa990
TrumpD
778Bitcoin

Please PM me with the subject line 'BITCOINTALK' + your 'USERNAME'

Include your BITCOIN address and how many listings you have not been paid for.

Link to all your listings so I can quickly review them. Will get you paid up today. 

No more posting listings for this promotion at the moment though.


14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / Altcoin creation service on: March 04, 2017, 12:30:34 AM
I'm looking for an altcoin creation service which can do full service altcoin creation based on the MONERO codebase.

anyone?
15  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Beware of WinBIts - He's a scammer! on: March 02, 2017, 10:38:38 PM
i bought cubefaucet.com and paid for it, but he never transferred domain

WinBits = SCAMMER
16  Economy / Digital goods / Re: site with 130k views daily on: March 02, 2017, 10:38:01 PM
hey actually I TAKE THAT BACK!!

This guy WinBits SCAMMED ME ON CUBEFAUCET.COM!!

I bought his faucet and he never transferred the domain. Total SCAMMER.  I was dumb enough not to use escrow
17  Economy / Services / Re: Post Local Bitcoin Business Listings - Paying 0.001 BTC Per Listing! on: March 02, 2017, 10:32:15 PM
Guys don't waste your time! he finds a few questionable listings, and says that you give a shit. In fact, he takes your money. I have personally tested multiple users with listings and say that there are questionable listings but 60% complies with the conditions provided charge.
here are a few examples:

basesaw  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18019100#msg18019100
good - 62
bad - 85

7788bitcoin - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18022251#msg18022251
good - 8
bad - 2

ardani332  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18022661#msg18022661
good - 10
bad - 0

TrumpD  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18027707#msg18027707
good - 37
bad - 18

nasashi - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18028322#msg18028322
good - 41
bad - 7
not confirm - 2

abramovich  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg17989646#msg17989646
good - 93
bad - 47

raymond541  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18029181#msg18029181
good - 20
bad - 6

abramovich - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18030809#msg18030809
good - 36
bad - 1

meemiinii  - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1783156.msg18037894#msg18037894
good - 4
bad - 0
not confirm - 1

I spent 4 hours of his time and reviewed these listings. I'm sure lenny is also looking, and not pay you. Look how much he owes you!

hmm maybe I should pay you to review the listings for me? Interested in a job? 

18  Economy / Services / Re: Post Local Bitcoin Business Listings - Paying 0.001 BTC Per Listing! on: March 02, 2017, 10:30:57 PM
update: basesaw is BANNED from this campaign and all future campaigns for posting trash listings

I will go through this thread today but I'm thinking of closing this promotion because many of you are posting garbage listings.  Worse, some of you are posting listings that actually break the site because you're copying and pasting strange characters. I had to spend hours today fixing the map and deleting huge numbers of listings.

NO MORE FOREIGN LANGUAGE POSTINGS

Only USA/Canada, United Kingdom and Great britain allowed for right now
19  Economy / Digital goods / Re: site with 130k views daily on: March 02, 2017, 01:18:57 AM
Bigassboy you are on ignored.. you can ask fruitbasket he was partner on winbits he can tell you the earnings to from before ..

http://www.worthofweb.com/website-value/bitscasino.net/

i dealt with OP before and he definitely did not scam me

i bid .2 btc
20  Economy / Services / Re: Post Local Bitcoin Business Listings - Paying 0.001 BTC Per Listing! on: March 02, 2017, 12:55:04 AM
Hello, more listings from New York. There seems to be over 600 businesses etc accepting bitcoins in NY as far a I can tell. This may take a while to complete.


1 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/cleaning-exec-cleaning-services/
2 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/professional-services/painters-nyc/
3 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/luna-grey-interiors/
4 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/merchbro/
5 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/mg-shoe-repair-alterations/
6 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/jack-of-all-trades-nyc/
7 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/derek-goodwin-photography/
8 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/shipspace/
9 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/health-wellness/adam-mauer-md/
10 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/beauty-spas/chen-levi-hair-design/

11 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/alex-knight-studio/
12 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/apartments/michael-comandini/
13 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/health-wellness/laser-up/
14 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/smartphonebrothers/
15 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/armens-barber-shop/
16 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/professional-services/time-for-window-cleaning/
17 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/masters-of-fun/
18 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/boprey-photography/
19 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/sex-shop/ifix-new-york/
20 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/apartments/crosstown-apartments-nyc/

21 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/apartments/steve-duggan-citi-habitats/
22 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/apartments/exr-williamsburg/
23 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/apartments/nycmedhousing/
24 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/apartments/gzb-realty/
25 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/health-wellness/mdcs-medical-dermatology-cosmetic-surgery/
26 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/beauty-spas/taiji-body-work-pengs-massage/
27 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/professional-services/hitchingham-electric-company/
28 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/beauty-spas/great-fusion-hair/
29 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/xcubicle/
30 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/professional-services/nyc-apartment-painters/

31 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/restaurants/edenopolis/
32 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/bkbooth/
33 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/kb-network-corp/
34 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/legal/julian-m-hill-notary-public-of-new-york/
35 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/professional-services/apex-mold-specialists/
36 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/beauty-spas/unique-threading-salon/
37 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/susan-shek-photography/
38 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/black-rabbit-barbershop/
39 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/shooting-stars-pro/
40 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/mens-hair-by-jocelyn/

41 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/broadway-clippers-barbershop/
42 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/short-circuited-computer-services/
43 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/sugaring-nyc-downtown/
44 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/quick-fix-technologies/
45 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/jean-the-handyman/
46 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/ceoportrait-headshots-nyc/
47 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/beauty-spas/the-drawing-room-new-york/
48 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/eversnap-photography-photo-booth/
49 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/apartments/triplemint/
50 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/brooklyn/shops-retail/man-with-a-van-moving-delivery-2/

51 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/man-with-a-van-moving-delivery/
52 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/shops-retail/maid-sailors-cleaning-service/
53 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/health-wellness/citytouch-licensed-massage-therapy/
54 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/beauty-spas/arthur-d-hair-salon/
55 - http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/bars-nightclubs/the-belfry/


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Thanks

I'm having trouble verifying many of these listings, for example:

http://bitlisting.com/places/united-states/new-york/new-york/bars-nightclubs/the-belfry/
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