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1061  Economy / Lending / Re: DESPERATELY, ineed of a small loan of BTC to pay off some ebay sales! on: July 17, 2014, 10:54:58 AM
I am looking at a bump with my bank account and my eBay and my currency storage! Lol I sell BTC on eBay for money a lot love the premium price!

So i am looking at fulfilling around 1BTC at most of orders anything would help I am willing to pay no more than 30% fee but contact for details....

Thanks!

EMAIL: TRICHED1@GMAIL.COM

and in 1-2 days you'' have a fist full of paypal disputes!!! weeee

Wrong. Your paypal account gets frozen, and you can't get the funds back.
1062  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com on: July 17, 2014, 10:22:55 AM
why everything i mined is still unexchanged ?  Huh

The answer is quite simple: Because they are being exchanged. Duh.
1063  Economy / Economics / Re: Spain confiscates 0.03% of all bank deposits. on: July 16, 2014, 08:33:34 PM
They even laugh at us saying that the banks will pay it, as if they wouldn't put the weight on us in form of commisions or lower interests for our savings.
Yeah, that's aggravating.  Of course they'll pass it on.  Banks and corporations always do.  Anytime their expenses increase, they pass it on.

You forgot to say that when their expenses decrease, they don't pass it on, just so that they can grab more profit, lol.
1064  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Bitcoin calculation profitability on: July 16, 2014, 07:41:28 PM
Mind if i ask where are you getting 0.04$ per kw/h?  I love that number for electricity.

Norway in the highlands
Won't have too much problem keeping your hardware cool... Grin

As was pointed out, GAWminers is just a retailer/reseller.  Spondoolies-Tech actually produces the miner.  I own their first model (the SP10) and am very satisfied with its performance, although it screams like a banshee

Seriously? I wasn't aware that they had shipped anything at all. So its really noisy? Have you tried adding airflow?
I think you might be misunderstanding me.  I own the SP10.  It's the first product SP-Tech produced.  I got it in May.  It's a 1.4TH/s miner based on their Hammer ASIC.

The SP30 is their second generation machine.  It is based on their 28nm RockerBox ASIC.  It is a 6TH/s machine.  It has not yet been built, since SP-Tech is still waiting to get the chips from the manufacturer.  They have everything ready and as soon as the chips are in will be building and testing.

I didn't misunderstand. How about its power consumption? SPTech made these machines to be more power efficient, are they in practice?
1065  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Bitcoin calculation profitability on: July 16, 2014, 07:33:13 PM
Mind if i ask where are you getting 0.04$ per kw/h?  I love that number for electricity.

Norway in the highlands
Won't have too much problem keeping your hardware cool... Grin

As was pointed out, GAWminers is just a retailer/reseller.  Spondoolies-Tech actually produces the miner.  I own their first model (the SP10) and am very satisfied with its performance, although it screams like a banshee

Seriously? I wasn't aware that they had shipped anything at all. So its really noisy? Have you tried adding airflow?
1066  Economy / Economics / Re: Spain confiscates 0.03% of all bank deposits. on: July 16, 2014, 07:31:46 PM
Hi, I live there( i live in a dorm and i know a lot of other people interested in Bitcoin, even tho they are all new thus they barely have any, like me). I even did a presentation, talked about Bitcoin, the community etc.
This is in principle done to help certain local councils with the debts. It's all a joke, our beloved goverment has stimated in 0.03% the tax on the bank deposits. Pretends to get 375 million out of it..

They even laugh at us saying that the banks will pay it, as if they wouldn't put the weight on us in form of commisions or lower interests for our savings.

Also be sure that this 0.03% will do nothing but keep growing.

Haha. In a normal account, our bank interest is 0.025%, even less than the tax. The next move that I am expecting is for all interest to be cancelled, and charging us more commision.
Bitcoin solves all these problems, no more unreasonable tax. If your coins get stolen, its your own fault for not storing them properly, and you need to know who to trust and who not to trust.
1067  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: ANX launches world's first Bitcoin Debit Card powered by an exchange on: July 16, 2014, 07:27:42 PM
The exchange is very trusted, and the debit cards are on first stage but they will be delivered soon.
We are not any exchange, The ANX Headquarters are located at: Unit 701, 7/F, The Sun's Group Centre, 200 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.

We have Atms (http://i.imgur.com/eQSJlaa.jpg) there and we cant wait you too meet you in person.
What kind of info do you want?


ANXPRO


Actually, the first batch of ANXPRO cards have already been shipped.
1068  Economy / Lending / Re: Offering Short-Term Loans! on: July 16, 2014, 07:05:30 PM
I guess the answer is a noo then since you never sent me a response, thanks anyway.

Its a no, amount is too much, and you don't have much trust.
I'm currently flying right now, so I don't have a lot of time.
1069  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Bitcoin calculation profitability on: July 16, 2014, 02:21:52 PM
The only problem would be that Spoondolies Tech could turn out to be a scam. Then you would never ROI, lol.
GAWMiners is just a reseller.
1070  Economy / Lending / Re: Looking for 0.3btc loan. 100% return on: July 16, 2014, 02:03:03 PM
i have however sold a lot of lasers - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=671907.msg7610232#msg7610232  worth around $800 and got few vouches aswell,

No, not a single person has confirmed to receive a single laser you supposedly sold. You have 2 feedback in your profile, one of them has zero posts, the other has 3 posts. Those are shill accounts.

Along with all the other consistencies, this loan request is not legit.

Agreed. I was actually planning to buy from him, but after doing a background check, I passed.
i have however sold a lot of lasers - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=671907.msg7610232#msg7610232  worth around $800 and got few vouches aswell,

No, not a single person has confirmed to receive a single laser you supposedly sold. You have 2 feedback in your profile, one of them has zero posts, the other has 3 posts. Those are shill accounts.

Along with all the other consistencies, this loan request is not legit.

Well "DebitMe" got a tracknig number, so I guess wait a few days before jumping to accusations. He might be legit.

So what? It may very well be a parcel with nothing inside, or a huge rock.
1071  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][AUTO-SWITCH] Profit-switch auto-exchange pool: CleverMining.com on: July 16, 2014, 01:47:36 PM
OH!!! my god... Cry

Please... Please...
Change my BTC address...
The address was entered incorrectly.

incorrect : 17FiVFJqaVjZTQk4oEJBx3RQBYgLNCFCjTx
correct : 17FiVFJqVjZTQk4oEJBx3RQBYgLNCFCjTx

Please.. change the address and moving the coin. Cry


PM Terk.

Hi All,
I'm new to all this so sorry if its a stupid question but whats with the dramatic drop in the daily profit lately?
Thanks.

The altcoin market doesn't have profitable coins at all.
1072  Economy / Economics / Re: Spain confiscates 0.03% of all bank deposits. on: July 16, 2014, 01:45:26 PM
Wait a minute.  I may be confused by the term "bank deposit" as I attribute multiple meanings to it.  When they say they're taking 0.03% of all bank deposits, does that mean they're taking 0.03% of all money that has already been deposited in a bank, or does that mean that they're taking 0.03% of all money that is newly deposited in a bank?  I've been interpreting it as the former.
They are taking 0.03% that was on deposit on x day
Ok, so that really is awful.  I could maybe see putting a "tax" on deposits with the idiotic idea of trying to get people to spend their money rather than put it in the bank, but taking money that's already there is just wrong.  Does anyone know what their rationale is for doing this over raising taxes?  No one likes higher taxes, but raising taxes of one form or another at least doesn't risk destabilizing the banking system like this does.

We have enough taxes, thank you very much. A huge capital gains tax, and then for gains again (same but they call it something else to get more), and then for the "retirement fund" (which the working ones will never get, since they are used to paid the eldery since the gov lost most of it), a 10% Tax on normal sales, even higher tax on special sales, etc, etc. The list goes on and on.
1073  Economy / Economics / Re: Spain confiscates 0.03% of all bank deposits. on: July 15, 2014, 11:21:25 PM
there are other countries that charges up to 3% for bank deposits above 1,500 usd, so i think 0.03% there is no reason to complain, but anyway another reason to use bitcoin.

The spanish goverment has been taxing everything they can for the past few years, and it is a reason to complain.

In terms of "reason to complain," yes, I think taking any percentage no matter how small from bank deposits is a reason to complain as it's completely unfair.  There has been a principle that once you have money, it's yours, and you can save up in the bank etc. and grow your wealth, and if you work hard enough you can make something of yourself.  On the other hand, I wouldn't see an uproar of .03% of deposits being taken, but it does open the door to major problems in the future.  I would certainly protest, as loudly as I could, if the US did something like that to my money -  even .03%

There are many tax problems here in Spain. For example, when you inherit something, you are taxed. A lot of family members lose money because they get taxed for more than what they inherit.
Another example: If you don't pay your mortgage, your house/car/whatever gets confiscated, and they sell it, and if you still owe money, you still have to pay it, correct?
Nope.
Here in Spain, the banks "lend" you money. For example, I owe a bank 30,000€. I stop paying my mortgage. They "lend" me 30,000€, so my mortgage is completed, but I never actually see the cash. This new loan is also a mortgage, but they don't call it that; they call it a "personal loan with property as collateral". This new loan has a higher interest rate, and I have to get taxed because those 30,000€ are capital gains.
I don't even have money, and now I have to pay even more debts. I love my country, -.-

I don't think tax code work this way in any part of the world. Should consult your accountant and lawyer.

That is correct. As we say to non-locals here, Welcome To Spain, Spain is different.
1074  Economy / Economics / Re: Spain confiscates 0.03% of all bank deposits. on: July 15, 2014, 11:05:56 PM
there are other countries that charges up to 3% for bank deposits above 1,500 usd, so i think 0.03% there is no reason to complain, but anyway another reason to use bitcoin.

The spanish goverment has been taxing everything they can for the past few years, and it is a reason to complain.

In terms of "reason to complain," yes, I think taking any percentage no matter how small from bank deposits is a reason to complain as it's completely unfair.  There has been a principle that once you have money, it's yours, and you can save up in the bank etc. and grow your wealth, and if you work hard enough you can make something of yourself.  On the other hand, I wouldn't see an uproar of .03% of deposits being taken, but it does open the door to major problems in the future.  I would certainly protest, as loudly as I could, if the US did something like that to my money -  even .03%

There are many tax problems here in Spain. For example, when you inherit something, you are taxed. A lot of family members lose money because they get taxed for more than what they inherit.
Another example: If you don't pay your mortgage, your house/car/whatever gets confiscated, and they sell it, and if you still owe money, you still have to pay it, correct?
Nope.
Here in Spain, the banks "lend" you money. For example, I owe a bank 30,000€. I stop paying my mortgage. They "lend" me 30,000€, so my mortgage is completed, but I never actually see the cash. This new loan is also a mortgage, but they don't call it that; they call it a "personal loan with property as collateral". This new loan has a higher interest rate, and I have to get taxed because those 30,000€ are capital gains.
I don't even have money, and now I have to pay even more debts. I love my country, -.-
1075  Economy / Lending / Re: Offering Short-Term Loans! on: July 15, 2014, 05:49:47 PM
need 0.02 btc loan but i want to know what you need in colletral

I accept altcoins with stable value, shares on Havelock Investments, Cryptostocks, etc.

can you offer a loan to me for a week?  I have trade history here, thanks

Amount, purpose, collateral?

I have trade history and senior member looking for the non collateral loan since I only own bitcoins

Okay. This is getting stupid.
Amount, purpose?
1076  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: A newbie that needs a few questions answered on: July 15, 2014, 05:38:43 PM
Well, if that'd true, why do people even mine bitcoins?

There are generally three types of people who mine bitcoins.

First, there are the bitcoin mining businesses.  These people have access to cheap electricity and the ability to purchase the newest and fastest bitcoin mining hardware as soon as it is available.  They purchase large quantities of this hardware and mine with it immediately.  Eventually the difficulty rises and newer and faster hardware becomes available.  At that time it is more profitable to purchase the newer hardware and replace their old hardware, so they do.  It is an "arms race" within the global bitcoin mining system, always needing to stay ahead of everyone else so they can remain profitable.

Second, there are those that participate in bitcoin mining as a hobby.  They buy used mining equipment or mining equipment that is no longer using the newest technology. The spend on maintenance and electricity knowing that they could have gotten more bitcoins if they used the all the money to just purchase the bitcoins directly, but they enjoy the process.  They realize that the hobby is costing them profitability, but the value that they get from the enjoyment of participating in the activity and working with the hardware compensates them for this reduced profitability.

Third, there are people who are bad at maths.  They hear gossip that you can get free money by running special equipment and they quickly buy anything that claims to mine bitcoins.  They usually end up with old technology that won't ever recover the costs.  They often will sink a significant sum of money into equipment and electricity without realizing that they are making less money than they would have if they had just bought the bitcoins directly.  Occasionally the exchange rate will shoot up, and they will make a small profit on the increase in exchange rate, but they fail to realize that they would have had a lot more bitcoins (and therefore made a lot more profit on the increase in exchange rate) if they hadn't been mining.





How do I know which firm I can trust and which firm I can not trust? Does Gawminers.com seem promising? How can I keep myself updated on the latest technology in Bitcoin mining? Please ellaborate a bit Smiley

You have to do your own research. GAWMiners is trustable. They're very good.
Use this to get discounts: http://r.sloyalty.com/r/tylyZfa0Ghz5
1077  Economy / Economics / Re: Spain confiscates 0.03% of all bank deposits. on: July 15, 2014, 05:29:28 PM
there are other countries that charges up to 3% for bank deposits above 1,500 usd, so i think 0.03% there is no reason to complain, but anyway another reason to use bitcoin.

The spanish goverment has been taxing everything they can for the past few years, and it is a reason to complain.
1078  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2014-07-14] ANX Issues World’s First Bitcoin Debit Card on: July 15, 2014, 04:53:46 PM
Hi, /anxprobyt]ANXPRO here. We are the world's first to start shipping, and we already have the cards in hand and are preparing for shipping right now. The first batch will be shipped within this week.

Can you explain us what network your card uses exactly? Does it use a magnetic strip or chip? How do I know it where it will be accepted without problems?

It is a VISA debit card, and you can use it anywhere that accepts visa, including supermarkets, restaurants, ATMs, etc.
1079  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: A newbie that needs a few questions answered on: July 15, 2014, 02:50:40 PM
Using this calculator http://www.bitcoinx.com/profit/ I have understood that with 1 th/s costing 1500$ i will earn about 1500$ every third month... Is that not correct?

You need to take into account electricity consumption, electricity price, difficulty increase, so no.

Well, in my area the power is very cheap.
Can the difficult increase really be so high that if I invest 1500$ in a mining machine I am doomed to lose money?

First, what miner are you talking about, and what is your electricity price? If you don't even know that, I cannot help.

Electricity price: 0.20$ per kw/h

The miner: antminer s2 1000gh/s 1,1 watt/gh/s bitcoin miner

Being optimistic and only assuming a 10% difficulty per month (Impossible), you would start profiting in February 2015.
https://tradeblock.com/mining/a/40e37c8348

Being realistic and asuuming a 30% difficulty per month, you wouldn't profit.
https://tradeblock.com/mining/a/af8c090e6e

Well, if that'd true, why do people even mine bitcoins?

Because they have even cheaper electricity, like $0.05/kwH?
And that IS true.

But if it's the electricity price it depends on, they can't earn any money that matters, can they? A dollar or 2 a week isnt eaxactly alot...

Incorrect. A dollar or 2 a week? Of course not. People have huge farms, and scammers like Butterfly Labs don't even have to ROI.

Does butterfly labs scam? Do you know of any sites that does not scam?

Butterfly Labs is like the worst ASIC manufacturer ever. You pay them, they use your money to make the ASICs, they hash for it until they become unprofitable, then they ship it to you.

I recommend Bitmain, they always ship on time and are quite good.
bitmaintech.com
1080  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: ➫ ➬ ➫ ➬ WORLD CUP CONTEST on LuckyBit, guess world cup winner and win 5 BTC on: July 15, 2014, 02:19:46 PM
This is my btc adreess at luckybit but i'm get zero ?

http://luckyb.it/browse?search=1MQ3uKLd7ntBWV7wMsKjxkHYJtEcKmoVWy&day=

I dont know may can you expain to me ? Smiley Cool

You wagered an amazing total of 0BTC during the contest period.
Can you guys read the OP? Seriously?
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