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1  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Share Your Daily Result Bitcoin on: January 01, 2017, 08:50:47 AM
Well I'll start, I've got around 235Th and make around 0.24BTC per a day


Hello Mate. can i know how much was your overall investment. when do you think will get the ROI.
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: BTC38 hot wallet got hacked and lost 1.5 million on: January 01, 2017, 08:29:35 AM
yet another example why you should not keep bits in online wallets or exchanges. Hail to the evil hackers community.
3  Economy / Services / Re: [1 SPOT OPEN] BITCOIN.COM GAMES/NEWS Signature Campaign on: December 28, 2016, 11:23:18 PM
i would like to join the campaign. Waiting for your response.

BTC : 18NSg56zp5uAJs8d97wwPU9oWk5T7DNMx4
4  Local / India / Re: [ANN] Hash Nine online vaping shop on: May 31, 2016, 04:51:27 AM
lol pax...


Yes we are based in New delhi.

And yes we should get together some time and get some ideas rolling. 
5  Local / India / [ANN] Hash Nine online vaping shop on: May 30, 2016, 11:10:48 PM
Hi everyone,

Long time, I know its  been like ages i've been gone, i follow many of you through the news and a occasional talk with the old members here and there.  Had a lot of changes in my career that kept me occupied most of the days. But here i am with a new venture and thought it would be nice to share it with you all.

Hash Nine, Its an online vape store or a electronic cigarette store. After seeing a  complete lack of vaping stores and vendors selling products at a reasonable price here in India, i started this new venture with a multi vendor system, We  have currently  added a UK based eliquid company as a vendor and in the process of adding about 30 more vendors to our list, thereby increasing our product listing to over 200 by the end of this quarter.

We strive to become India's top vaping company, and also a marketplace platform for many other vendors and companies to reach prospective customers, and diversify the product range.

So Guys if you want to go on the road to quitting cigarettes then vaping is the best way to quit. Best part we accept bitcoins and alt coins.
Oh !!! humm... We dont sell herbal vaporizers or plan to sell or let any of our vendors sell it. Just in case anyone  is asking for a friend.

Website - www.hashnine.in
Fb- https://www.facebook.com/hashnin

Our second venture coming soon......  High accuracy 25 micron resin based sla 3D printers.
6  Local / India / Re: Kolkata Bitcoin Meetup - March 1, 2015 on: February 19, 2015, 10:09:15 PM
Who was the one who organised meetup in Delhi last year?

That guy should advice people planning the Kolkata meetup


It was subvolatil. He is a member of the forum, but hasn't been active in posting.


Sorry about going dark for some time have been travelling alot so barely get time to get meetups organised, i am currently in touch with a few people that want to hold a conference/Coinfest. will be back in delhi on the 26th and will try to get them off the ground and also a meetup in delhi.

7  Local / India / Re: [FREE Giveaway] Get 1 Year free VPN License Key on: October 07, 2014, 06:19:28 PM
So what do i do to  get  the  VPN.
8  Local / India / Re: Scammed by Deepak Chawala on: September 29, 2014, 03:42:32 PM
Urgent call to all those who have been scammed by Deepak Chawla.
We are filing an FIR against him.
Already 3 people have collaborated towards this.
The more people we get the more stronger the case will be.

Make a file of the incident proof(texts/call recordings/transaction details)
and mail them to aayushagarwalgm@gmail.com

Contact me on 88590568662(can whatsapp also)
For further details

http://bitcoinbountyhunter.com/

Check this as well, am game to do some donations towards this if it gains traction.
But it would be good to have this chap stopped.

Yeh  need to  stop  these type of  people.
Ive been  off the  grid  for a  month  and will  catch  up  with the progress of this case  with  Kanishk on Wednesday.

would  love  it if you could  pledge  some amount  to this .

 
9  Local / India / Re: Scammer Bounty (Legal Fee) on: September 29, 2014, 03:39:47 PM
Trying to file an FIR again this time a strong one.
Pleas cooperate.
If you have been scammed by him too, make a file with incident details all proofs, texts/ recordings anything and mail it to
aayushagarwalgm@gmail.com
Feel free to call me/whatsapp me, at 8859068662

hope  more  people  have  come  forward.
10  Local / India / Re: [ANN] Unocoin raises $250,000 from Barry Silbert's Bitcoin Opportunity Corp on: August 12, 2014, 07:18:21 PM
Good work. Congrats !!
11  Local / India / Re: Scammer Bounty (Legal Fee) on: August 12, 2014, 07:09:40 PM
Just recieved a PM from 1Theodore that he got scammed from a guy. I guess he is the same....guys you need to get together and bring out something n den lets get him!!
the initials " adv. " in your username does those stands for advocate ..?
If yes you can help a lot , if not still you can help a lot Smiley

Yes he is a lawyer, and willing to help  out.
12  Local / India / Re: Scammer Bounty (Legal Fee) on: August 11, 2014, 10:11:37 PM
Maybe I have been sleeping under a rock .. but ... what exactly has (s)he done?

subvolatil, can you update the OP with links and some summary of the case? Generally people will be more interested if there is info and links to stories from victims.



I thought  every one knew who this  guy was. Basically this  guy scams any one new to bitcoin and runs away with their money, We believe  there are more of his victims that have not come  forward.  any ways i will link to  the scam  accusation from the reputation thread.
13  Local / Marketplace (India) / Re: Get Flipkart gift vouchers for bitcoins! on: August 04, 2014, 12:43:21 PM
Can anybody confirm that this is now working? Thanks

Yes it is working now.


any prroof because this site charge too much

Ask ashray for that.
14  Local / India / Re: Please answer about bitcoins on: August 04, 2014, 11:27:12 AM
Hi friends iam new to bitcoin world i have few questions to ask please answer my questions.

-> which sites provide valid wallets i mean coinbase like sites..........?

-> Is bitcoins are legal or illegal in india.?

-> How to sell bitcoins if we have in our wallet i mean if i have bitcoins in coinbase can i sell it for buysellbitco.in...?

->How many days bitcoins will be valid in out wallet.? I mean if we have bitcoins in our wallet how many days they will remain in our account.....?

->How to earn free bitcoins.?

-> Which site accepts indian bank account or paypal to buy bitcoins....? but sites like  buysellbitco.in have suspended their services know...?

-> what is this Bitcoin Core 0.9.2.1 has been released. Download.? i dont understand what is this software used for.?

-> How can we sell bitcoins..? waiting for your precious answers please reply all the above questions.

Dont use a Online wallet if you are  make sure you use 2 Factor. blockchain.info should be a good start for now.
Ofline wallet use the Bitcoin Core, or multibit.

Bitcoin is Legal to use in india.

 Yes you can . ask them for their public address , and send it to their public address.

Bitcoins are valid in your wallet for infinity.

Ask for some free  bitcoin and some one feels like it they will give you some.

Check the forum and search or click here

Bitcoin Core is the wallet software that is used to have your own wallet on your computer.

To sell bitcoin Go to the market section and ask to buy/sell bitcoin.

And on a side note next time Google for theses info




15  Local / Marketplace (India) / Re: [ANN] Coinsecure News for India on: August 04, 2014, 11:19:57 AM

We had the India Bitcoin Weekly in place and have revamped it with a new look.

It focusses mainly on Inda based news and aims to provide a simple snapshot of Bitcoin news from the previous week.

RSS feeds can be recommended as well on this thread.

http://news.coinsecure.in/

Great job Benson, Hope you make sure to set a high benchmark for journalistic reporting standards and make it shine.

I have high hopes for this.

 Smiley

Not focusing on the journalistic aspect of things tbh..
More of a curation of information.

A lot of the posts are chosen from the forums, etc.
So will try to keep it well edited and clean for most of the part.

Hopefully, it can evolve into a journalistic venture as well Smiley

That is a great start for now.

Hope to see some Journalistic move on this soon. it would be a great addition to the ecosystem.
Will wait for now.
16  Local / Marketplace (India) / Re: [ANN] Coinsecure News for India on: August 04, 2014, 11:12:47 AM

We had the India Bitcoin Weekly in place and have revamped it with a new look.

It focusses mainly on Inda based news and aims to provide a simple snapshot of Bitcoin news from the previous week.

RSS feeds can be recommended as well on this thread.

http://news.coinsecure.in/

Great job Benson, Hope you make sure to set a high benchmark for journalistic reporting standards and make it shine.

I have high hopes for this.

 Smiley
17  Local / India / Re: Bitcoin as a villain? on: August 02, 2014, 11:23:54 AM
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Right now the Bitcoin is about anonymity. It uses a protocol called TOR (The Onion Router) that allows the giver and receiver to remain anonymous, which makes it dangerous. In my book, it's used by the criminal underworld.

And I guess this is the portion which will be picked up when politicians / decision makers start gathering information about bitcoin.  Tongue
Yup, it is dangerous when Half cooked nuts make comments like this, and then the mainstream media picks it up and runs with it.

18  Local / India / Re: Bitcoin as a villain? on: August 02, 2014, 11:07:43 AM

Man, that article was really bad.

'Best-selling author'. I hope he doesn't end up colouring opinions.  Angry

Everybody has right to color opinion like you and me. Wink

August is going to be exciting!


*Staring into Oblivion*
19  Local / Mining (India) / Re: Looking for a P2p node on: August 02, 2014, 07:23:35 AM
There was one who was offering a p2p pool (running from Mumbai I guess) not a long time ago. Do a search on old threads.

Those nodes went down bout 4 months back, have not seen any new ones come up recently.
20  Local / Mining (India) / Re: Why cant we build our own miners ? may be an Indian Company ? on: August 01, 2014, 04:16:35 AM
We all know that mining companies release the products once they got all the profit and the customers wont get their

We can get chips here - https://zeusminer.com/product-category/zeuschips/

and Schematics & PCB here - https://mega.co.nz/#!UwY0hbrK!xwLhgHgP0YgjfO8hxSxmLvjS4k_2lXLIlfHSK8AKnpw

So I assume if you are a electronics engineer its easy to make miners.

Or am i wrong ?

One of my friend is an electronic engineer, I'll ask him if he can do something.

We have an Electronics Engineer with Coinsecure as well, the problem is that it is far easier to import from China, hence noone is taking big steps in this direction.

Our country does not have any commercial chip fabrication plants, there are alot in china, USA and Israel. So becomes cheaper to manufacture in China. 
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