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1  Local / Biete / Re: 200 Oz Feinsilber 999. Arche Noah 500 Dram in Masterbox on: September 07, 2020, 06:24:37 PM
push, weil immer noch aktuell Smiley
2  Local / Biete / Re: 200 Oz Feinsilber 999. Arche Noah 500 Dram in Masterbox on: May 05, 2020, 02:55:51 PM
Der Silberpreis liegt aktuell bei 13,62€/Unze. Dein "Angebot" ist bei 23,75€ fast 100% über dem Kurs... wie lächerlich kann man sein? Selbst zum Zeitpunkt als du den Beitrag erstellt hast lag der Kurs nur bei 16€.

hi, danke für den push, bin selbst nicht dazu gekommen Smiley

hattest wohl nen harten 1. Mai?

im endeffekt haben es dir ja die anderen poster schon grob erklärt, wie die preisbildung derzeit funktioniert. natürlich ist der aktuelle silberkurs sehr niedrig. das führt aber gepaart mit der krise dazu, dass die nachfrage exorbitant gestiegen ist. was wiederum zu einer extremen verknappung des tatsächlich auf dem markt verfügbaren silbers geführt hat. selbst beim hersteller/produzenten der von mir offerierten masterbox bekommt man derzeit nicht mal eine einzelne unze der arche noah zu kaufen, geschweige denn bulkware.

sofern du jemanden kennst, der physisches silber etwa zum spotpreis raushaut, würde ich mich über eine nachricht freuen.
3  Local / Biete / 10g Palladium 999,5 CombiBar + 5 grain Palladium 99,9 on: March 31, 2020, 07:44:41 PM
Nabend,

ich habe noch etwas aus meinem Edelmetallfundus im Angebot.

Zum Verkauf stehen 10g Palladium 999.5 in Form von 10x1g CombiBar-Tafel von ESG/Valcambi.
Erworben habe ich das Palladium im Jahr 2013 von einem Edelmetallhändler auf Ebay. Die Original-Rechnung inklusive Zertifikat lege ich auf Wunsch gerne bei.
Wer sich ein bisschen Online umgeschaut hat, wird feststellen, dass es aufgrund der aktuellen Lage sowie des Kursanstiegs der letzten Monate so gut wie kein Palladium mehr zu erwerben gibt und wenn dann nur zu extrem überhöhten Preisen. Selbst auf Ebay findet sich derzeit kein Halsabschneider. Einzige mir bekannte Ausnahme im deutschsprachigen Raum ist die ESG selbst, siehe https://www.edelmetall-handel.de/platinmetalle/palladiumbarren.html

Bonus: Ich lege dem Käufer gratis noch einen kleinen hochreinen 5 grain Palladium-Barren dazu.

Jetzt zum Wichtigen:

Als Bezahlung akzeptiere ich BTC, XMR sowie ETH. Es gelten die aktuellen Kurse von Kraken. BTC zum aktuellen Kurs. Bei Zahlung mit XMR gibt's 5% Rabatt. Und bei Zahlung mit ETH will ich 5 % extra haben.

Hier meine Preisvorstellung(gültig solange der Palladiumkurs nichts Verrücktes tut):

Bei Zahlung mit BTC 1000€. Bei Zahlung mit XMR 950€. Bei Zahlung mit ETH 1050€.

Ich bevorzuge eine Abwicklung mit einem Escrow der allgemeines Vertrauen genießt. Escrow-Gebühr teilen wir uns 50/50. Versand zahlt der Käufer. Alternativ ist auch eine Abholung in Leipzig möglich, dann aber nur bei Vorabzahlung.

Und hier noch ein paar Bilder:
https://imgur.com/a/6dQQmb6
4  Local / Biete / 200 Oz Feinsilber 999. Arche Noah 500 Dram in Masterbox on: March 31, 2020, 07:04:59 PM
Tach allerseits,

nach langer Abwesenheit melde ich mich mal mit einem Angebot zurück, um von den derzeit relativ niedrigen Kryptokursen sowie der hohen Edelmetallnachfrage zu profitieren.

Im Angebot ist eine schicke Masterbox mit 10 Tubes á 20x 1 Oz Silber versiegelt und begast wie bei der LEV üblich.  Wie im Titel ersichtlich, handelt es sich dabei um die "Arche Noah" Anleger-Münzen, die sich anhaltender Beliebtheit erfreuen.
Die Münzen werden bei der LEV für die armenische Nationalbank geprägt und sind mit je 500 Dram dotiert.
Den Jahrgang der Münzen kann ich nicht genau beziffern, da ich noch keines der Siegel gebrochen habe. Erworben habe ich die Masterbox vor ca 4-5 Jahren direkt im Schloss Güldengossa bei Geiger Edelmetalle zu denen auch die LEV-Prägestätte gehört.
Aktuell werdet ihr nirgendwo eine solche Masterbox finden, weder in den Silber und Goldforen, noch auf Ebay. Zumal die zuletzt aufgelegten Masterboxen immer 500 Oz beinhaltet haben. Zudem ist der Online-Silbermarkt so gut wie leergefegt mit Ausnahme einiger weniger Edelmetallhändler und Ebay-Angebote.

Soviel vorweg, jetzt zum Wichtigen:

Als Bezahlung akzeptiere ich BTC, XMR sowie ETH. Es gelten die aktuellen Kurse von Kraken. BTC zum aktuellen Kurs. Bei Zahlung mit XMR gibt's 5% Rabatt. Und bei Zahlung mit ETH will ich 5 % extra haben.

Hier meine Preisvorstellung(gültig solange der Silberkurs nicht explodiert):

Bei Zahlung mit BTC 5000€ (25€/Oz). Bei Zahlung mit XMR 4750€ (23,75€/Oz). Bei Zahlung mit ETH 5250€ (26,25€/Oz).

Ich bevorzuge eine Abwicklung mit einem Escrow der allgemeines Vertrauen genießt. Escrow-Gebühr teilen wir uns 50/50. Versand zahlt der Käufer. Alternativ ist auch eine Abholung in Leipzig möglich, dann aber nur bei Vorabzahlung.

Und hier noch ein paar Bilder:

https://imgur.com/a/cCdhmCa

5  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: rpietila's Crypto Kingdom game is a scam, heavily in debt. Do not deposit funds. on: August 06, 2017, 06:26:04 AM
he's far from being a nice guy but he is quite efficient. let me know if there is interest.

Is THIS supposed to be a threat?

Yes it's possible to put in 7 million, withdraw 0 and be regarded as a scammer by the profite(e)rs...  Embarrassed

What exactly was my wrongdoing??  Undecided

I wouldn't call it a threat. It's rather the logical consequence of your wrongdoings  Smiley

anyway, the offer is up in case you guys ever get bored with this online disucssion.
6  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: rpietila's Crypto Kingdom game is a scam, heavily in debt. Do not deposit funds. on: August 05, 2017, 07:00:57 AM

If you think I am just talking, you may be wrong. I mentioned something about abrupt ending for those who live in countries where Police does not uphold justice, and that includes you.




is that supposed to be a threat?  Grin

for everyone fed up with this man child: a friend of mine operates a EU-wide inkasso/encashment service. he's far from being a nice guy but he is quite efficient. let me know if there is interest.

7  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Dzeros has been found, funds locked, how should we proceed? on: March 13, 2017, 05:46:56 PM
I would like to hear further comments from dooglus on this issue

Alex asked for people's thoughts. I posted mine, but haven't seen him reply to my post yet. I said what I thought about the situation. Basically I don't think it's right to confiscate coins that a user has trusted you with, even if he does have a history of scamming.

Maybe it's legal to confiscate his funds according to some corrupt law or other but that doesn't make it right. People trust Alex to run a decent operation. If they see him refusing to pay out winning players just because he has found a legal loophole that makes it "legal" even when those winnings were won fair and square then I suspect he may start losing some customers. I'm surprised this even needs pointing out.

wish you were right on this, however we all know how questionable behaviour turned out for dean/betking/prc. it didn't affect the site at all and with the shrinking competition I doubt Alex has to fear much for his buisness.

I also admit that seeing a bully/scammer like dzeros getting bullied himself is a little bit satisfying.

Keeping the funds is most likely morally wrong though probably legally possible under costa rican gambling law. If I were Alex I would either donate the funds or get in contact with costa rican police and simply sent them the funds with further explanation of what went down. Then give dzeros the case number/contact.

What's really funny is how dzeros always comes up with his ponzis ToS for allowing him to scam people, but rejecting the same argument made by Alex.

just my 0.05 xmr

What questionable behaviour? I had >6000 Bitcoin invested in BetKing and paid every satoshi back to investors when I closed.
There's never been a player who got their funds confiscated unfairly. I've cashed out balances over 1000 btc no problem.
If you mean because I would chat ban people? All sites do that.

There's not been a site with that kind of trust we had since Just-Dice closed.



hi there, sorry if that sounded like a cheap shot. wans't meant like that. I was referring to the sjess incident from way back which I still think could have been handled differently and the dooglus bounty "drama".

When both happenend I was sure that this would reputation wise mean more or less the end to prc/betking, but I was completely wrong. you sticked to your very own way of handling things, most people were fine with it and betking turned out to be a huge success.

I hope this clarifies my initial statement. I respect you as trustworthy member of the crypto gambling scene.
8  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Dzeros has been found, funds locked, how should we proceed? on: March 13, 2017, 07:41:16 AM
I was scammed by dzeros for 0.3 btc around 2 years ago.
Your account was created less then a year ago...

edit: this guy has show me evidence of correspondence with Volpe from ~2 years ago, and his claim is no longer a 100% bs scam attempt

Already contacted this user and more than happy to repay him 0.4BTC if the funds are released
Any other claims against me I am happy to sort out if they are raised with full proof as yulx has presented
Bear in mind, yulx invested in the creation and operation of my investor based games, not actually in the games, I would like to point that out Smiley

You told me that you were trading a coin called netcoin or something like that. You said that you were trading that coin because it was volatile, and you were making a nice profit from it. But now we know that you were lying. You never mentioned that you were using my funds to run a ponzi scheme until you were having trouble paying back.

Even if i did know beforehand that i was investing into a ponzi scheme, which even based off my below average common sense i wouldn't have done, you promised "guaranteed" returns.

And no, you have had my bitcoin address to pay back to for the entire period of time. So stop saying that you lost contact to me. You never sent any emails to me after you disappeared and i have proof if you want me to show.

There are probably a ton of other people that got scammed as well by you. Let's see what they have to say.
I still have all of the emails which I am happy to expose that you were well aware you were investing into the development of ponzi based games
Do you want me to expose them? I mean I have agreed to pay you, but now you're making out as if I deceived you, which is nothing more than insulting since I have not even argued that I owe you money and that I am agreeing to pay you.

Until you admit what you invested in, I'm not paying you a cent. If you deny it once more and make up some sort of garbage, I will expose the emails and the community will see how much of a liar you are being.

Go ahead, show me the emails.
It seems the last investment you made with me was in fact in a trading venture though you had previously invested in hyip ventures
If you agree with that statement then we are on the same page. Do you agree?

And again, I've already agreed to repay you 0.4BTC after the funds are released, why is that such a problem for you?

why not pay him right now?  Huh

you claimed earlier in this thread that you have a lot of funds left besides the stuck ones on bd - remember for that lawsuit and shit you wanted to start? lolz. looks like a scammer got caught and is now broke.

karma is a bitch  Cool
9  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Dzeros has been found, funds locked, how should we proceed? on: March 11, 2017, 12:47:23 PM
I would like to hear further comments from dooglus on this issue

Alex asked for people's thoughts. I posted mine, but haven't seen him reply to my post yet. I said what I thought about the situation. Basically I don't think it's right to confiscate coins that a user has trusted you with, even if he does have a history of scamming.

Maybe it's legal to confiscate his funds according to some corrupt law or other but that doesn't make it right. People trust Alex to run a decent operation. If they see him refusing to pay out winning players just because he has found a legal loophole that makes it "legal" even when those winnings were won fair and square then I suspect he may start losing some customers. I'm surprised this even needs pointing out.

wish you were right on this, however we all know how questionable behaviour turned out for dean/betking/prc. it didn't affect the site at all and with the shrinking competition I doubt Alex has to fear much for his buisness.

I also admit that seeing a bully/scammer like dzeros getting bullied himself is a little bit satisfying.

Keeping the funds is most likely morally wrong though probably legally possible under costa rican gambling law. If I were Alex I would either donate the funds or get in contact with costa rican police and simply sent them the funds with further explanation of what went down. Then give dzeros the case number/contact.

What's really funny is how dzeros always comes up with his ponzis ToS for allowing him to scam people, but rejecting the same argument made by Alex.

just my 0.05 xmr

A ToS that says there is a high risk of losing money that is invested vs a ToS that says they will just take your money are two different things bud.

please elaborate, since I have serious doubts that you understand the point being made.

What is to elaborate? My statement wasn't complex or hard to understand and was stated clearly. What are you having issues coping with from my statement that you possibly can't understand?

so you're not even able to? wow, not really surprised but still a little disappointed.
and I had such high hopes for this thread...
10  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Dzeros has been found, funds locked, how should we proceed? on: March 11, 2017, 12:20:42 PM
I would like to hear further comments from dooglus on this issue

Alex asked for people's thoughts. I posted mine, but haven't seen him reply to my post yet. I said what I thought about the situation. Basically I don't think it's right to confiscate coins that a user has trusted you with, even if he does have a history of scamming.

Maybe it's legal to confiscate his funds according to some corrupt law or other but that doesn't make it right. People trust Alex to run a decent operation. If they see him refusing to pay out winning players just because he has found a legal loophole that makes it "legal" even when those winnings were won fair and square then I suspect he may start losing some customers. I'm surprised this even needs pointing out.

wish you were right on this, however we all know how questionable behaviour turned out for dean/betking/prc. it didn't affect the site at all and with the shrinking competition I doubt Alex has to fear much for his buisness.

I also admit that seeing a bully/scammer like dzeros getting bullied himself is a little bit satisfying.

Keeping the funds is most likely morally wrong though probably legally possible under costa rican gambling law. If I were Alex I would either donate the funds or get in contact with costa rican police and simply sent them the funds with further explanation of what went down. Then give dzeros the case number/contact.

What's really funny is how dzeros always comes up with his ponzis ToS for allowing him to scam people, but rejecting the same argument made by Alex.

just my 0.05 xmr

A ToS that says there is a high risk of losing money that is invested vs a ToS that says they will just take your money are two different things bud.

please elaborate, since I have serious doubts that you understand the point being made.

What he is saying is that the games I operated very clearly stated that if you invest you may get paid or you may not, as it is very risky using these services. Anyone who used my games knew that some people would win an some people would lose which is why the games were promoted in the gambling/investor based games section
Alex's TOS on the other hand blatantly says "I can steal your coins at any time, for no reason" as he himself highlighted earlier. Which is ridiculous.

ah, yes yes, look at all the proofs about your former ToS you're giving.  Shocked
11  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Dzeros has been found, funds locked, how should we proceed? on: March 11, 2017, 12:19:03 PM
I would like to hear further comments from dooglus on this issue

Alex asked for people's thoughts. I posted mine, but haven't seen him reply to my post yet. I said what I thought about the situation. Basically I don't think it's right to confiscate coins that a user has trusted you with, even if he does have a history of scamming.

Maybe it's legal to confiscate his funds according to some corrupt law or other but that doesn't make it right. People trust Alex to run a decent operation. If they see him refusing to pay out winning players just because he has found a legal loophole that makes it "legal" even when those winnings were won fair and square then I suspect he may start losing some customers. I'm surprised this even needs pointing out.

wish you were right on this, however we all know how questionable behaviour turned out for dean/betking/prc. it didn't affect the site at all and with the shrinking competition I doubt Alex has to fear much for his buisness.

I also admit that seeing a bully/scammer like dzeros getting bullied himself is a little bit satisfying.

Keeping the funds is most likely morally wrong though probably legally possible under costa rican gambling law. If I were Alex I would either donate the funds or get in contact with costa rican police and simply sent them the funds with further explanation of what went down. Then give dzeros the case number/contact.

What's really funny is how dzeros always comes up with his ponzis ToS for allowing him to scam people, but rejecting the same argument made by Alex.

just my 0.05 xmr
Bullied? Laughable comment. I'm not being bullied here buddy, I've had money stolen from me and had false accusations laid upon me, I am here defending myself and providing clarification for people (like yourself) who do not fully understand how hyip's work, how my games worked, and the situation in general.

Costa Rica don't even have a working legal system and you want the funds to be sent to them? What a joke, may as well send the coins to a burn address.

And also, why would you do this in the first place? Those coins are not connected to any of my games that were in operation 2 years ago, they are legitimate, so if anything the coins would be forwarded to me without any problem. Alex has no reason to send them to the police....what's he going to say, "he tried to extort me 2 years ago"?

Anyway, like I said, I invite alex to involve authorities, I have more than sufficient evidence to prove any claims in my favour. The bottom line here is if the withdrawal isn't processed, alex has stolen the coins, and I will be more than happy to let the wider Bitcoin community aware that if tbey use his casino you are subject to your coins being stolen from you at any time.

I really like the idea with the burn address, https://blockchain.info/address/1BitcoinEaterAddressDontSendf59kuE
12  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Dzeros has been found, funds locked, how should we proceed? on: March 11, 2017, 12:07:13 PM
I would like to hear further comments from dooglus on this issue

Alex asked for people's thoughts. I posted mine, but haven't seen him reply to my post yet. I said what I thought about the situation. Basically I don't think it's right to confiscate coins that a user has trusted you with, even if he does have a history of scamming.

Maybe it's legal to confiscate his funds according to some corrupt law or other but that doesn't make it right. People trust Alex to run a decent operation. If they see him refusing to pay out winning players just because he has found a legal loophole that makes it "legal" even when those winnings were won fair and square then I suspect he may start losing some customers. I'm surprised this even needs pointing out.

wish you were right on this, however we all know how questionable behaviour turned out for dean/betking/prc. it didn't affect the site at all and with the shrinking competition I doubt Alex has to fear much for his buisness.

I also admit that seeing a bully/scammer like dzeros getting bullied himself is a little bit satisfying.

Keeping the funds is most likely morally wrong though probably legally possible under costa rican gambling law. If I were Alex I would either donate the funds or get in contact with costa rican police and simply sent them the funds with further explanation of what went down. Then give dzeros the case number/contact.

What's really funny is how dzeros always comes up with his ponzis ToS for allowing him to scam people, but rejecting the same argument made by Alex.

just my 0.05 xmr

A ToS that says there is a high risk of losing money that is invested vs a ToS that says they will just take your money are two different things bud.

please elaborate, since I have serious doubts that you understand the point being made.
13  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Dzeros has been found, funds locked, how should we proceed? on: March 11, 2017, 10:37:00 AM
I would like to hear further comments from dooglus on this issue

Alex asked for people's thoughts. I posted mine, but haven't seen him reply to my post yet. I said what I thought about the situation. Basically I don't think it's right to confiscate coins that a user has trusted you with, even if he does have a history of scamming.

Maybe it's legal to confiscate his funds according to some corrupt law or other but that doesn't make it right. People trust Alex to run a decent operation. If they see him refusing to pay out winning players just because he has found a legal loophole that makes it "legal" even when those winnings were won fair and square then I suspect he may start losing some customers. I'm surprised this even needs pointing out.

wish you were right on this, however we all know how questionable behaviour turned out for dean/betking/prc. it didn't affect the site at all and with the shrinking competition I doubt Alex has to fear much for his buisness.

I also admit that seeing a bully/scammer like dzeros getting bullied himself is a little bit satisfying.

Keeping the funds is most likely morally wrong though probably legally possible under costa rican gambling law. If I were Alex I would either donate the funds or get in contact with costa rican police and simply sent them the funds with further explanation of what went down. Then give dzeros the case number/contact.

What's really funny is how dzeros always comes up with his ponzis ToS for allowing him to scam people, but rejecting the same argument made by Alex.

just my 0.05 xmr
14  Local / Treffen / Re: Leipziger Bitcoin-Stammtisch (Jeden DRITTEN Donnerstag im Monat) on: August 19, 2016, 05:38:24 PM
hab's gestern leider nicht geschafft, dafür hat das uptwon seit heite zwei aufkleber ;-)

austesten werd ichs hoffentlich noch dieses we.
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: [XMR] Monero Speculation on: July 20, 2016, 01:11:12 PM
....

DAO fail is not over  Tongue

Another day in crypto land! Cheesy


this "drop" is on very very low volume.



Gonna be quite for a little while me thinks.

The beginnings of a bullish pennant may be forming.

Point for you, maybe I'll finally enter xmr at the break out ... truth is, if you play this with your benefits from steem, it would be a nice pump  Tongue

hehe, classic - smoothie =/= smooth

or did all of my fellow moneristoj make gazillions on steemit and forgot to tell me?  Grin
16  Local / Treffen / Re: Leipziger Bitcoin-Stammtisch (Jeden DRITTEN Donnerstag im Monat) on: June 16, 2016, 06:18:25 AM
..und auch der jetzige Bitcoin-Stammtisch, Do ab 19:00, ist wie immer im Café Puschkin.

Ente

läuft, bis nachher!
17  Economy / Auctions / Re: ❎ ~AUCTION #1 LEALANA PHYSICAL SILVER MONERO (XMR) - 3-coin sets ~ ⭕️ on: June 12, 2016, 07:55:55 AM
#9 @ 375 XMR
18  Economy / Auctions / Re: ❎ ~AUCTION #1 LEALANA PHYSICAL SILVER MONERO (XMR) - 3-coin sets ~ ⭕️ on: June 05, 2016, 01:33:58 PM
totally forgot:

#1 @ 300 XMR
19  Economy / Auctions / Re: ❎ ~AUCTION #1 LEALANA PHYSICAL SILVER MONERO (XMR) - 3-coin sets ~ ⭕️ on: June 05, 2016, 12:20:22 PM
#1 @ 270 XMR

dude, go sightseeing!  Grin
20  Economy / Auctions / Re: ❎ ~AUCTION #1 LEALANA PHYSICAL SILVER MONERO (XMR) - 3-coin sets ~ ⭕️ on: June 05, 2016, 11:53:14 AM
#1 @ 250 XMR
#3 @ 75 XMR
#9 @ 230 XMR
#7 @ 75 XMR
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