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June 04, 2011, 04:37:55 AM
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Hello!  Yes, I know that brand new members already looking to buy and sell looks suspicious, but I am not sure what else I can do.  I am supremely intrigued by Bitcoin, having heard about the project only recently, and I have been ravenously devouring information on it ever since.  I am convinced that Bitcoin is going to catch on in a big way, especially in industries where ePassporte used to be king.

Basically, I am very excited about the possibilities Bitcoin holds, especially as a hardcore libertarian!  Right now, I work at the cafe in a community college, and I have convinced my superiors to let us accept Bitcoin from students in a limited trial, provided that I pay them back the cost of the food (In US dollars, obviously).  I hope to participate heavily in the Bitcoin economy as much as I can, and I want to buy in before it skyrockets in price anymore, because from the past 24 hours of heavy reading, I think BTC has a chance at going past $20 in just the next month!

So, the good part:  I would like to buy 100 BTC, maybe more, from a trusted member here.  If you have more than 100 to sell, I might go higher, and I might go a little higher in price, too, if you are a well respected member, and I am willing to pay via any Paypal method (Gift, goods, services, whatever you need to assure I am not a scammer/cannot perform a chargeback.

I have no rep here, but I have 139 sales on eBay, all 100% positive.  

Hopefully with these conditions, it can be a great sale for both of us!
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June 05, 2011, 11:27:24 PM
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1. Bitcoin is the local currency. So you aren't buying bitcoins, you're selling PayPal dollars.

2. Good luck dude, there's a reason BitcoinMarket just suspended the PayPal market. The guy who scammed me had good eBay feedback too. Just suck it up and sign up with Dwolla.

3. What's a hardcore libertarian doing at a state-funded school anyway? I assume you're at least paying out of pocket and not through a federally-funded loan?

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June 05, 2011, 11:35:37 PM
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Ayn Rand (author of Atlas Shrugged, commonly called the 'Libertarian Bible') said this:

"Since there is no such thing as the right of some men to vote away the rights of others, and no such thing as the right of the government to seize the property of some men for the unearned benefit of others—the advocates and supporters of the welfare state are morally guilty of robbing their opponents, and the fact that the robbery is legalized makes it morally worse, not better. The victims do not have to add self-inflicted martyrdom to the injury done to them by others; they do not have to let the looters profit doubly, by letting them distribute the money exclusively to the parasites who clamored for it. Whenever the welfare-state laws offer them some small restitution, the victims should take it..."

Assuming that Robby1021 pays his taxes, it is reasonable that he should be able to benefit from the school funded with the same pot he helps fill. If he didn't, on the principle of not accepting the unearned, he would be a double-martyr -- first, for being required to fund things that he did not choose to, and second for not being able to benefit from those things after funding them.

Of course, if he doesn't pay taxes, I completely agree with you.
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June 06, 2011, 07:25:07 PM
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cannot perform a chargeback.

I have no rep here, but I have 139 sales on eBay, all 100% positive.  

any nigerian scammer can get into ebay accounts and pretend they are that person
'cannot perform a chargeback' yes you can, up to 180 days later with Paypal easily

what's with the retarded paypal threads? withdraw the money to bank account, and do a cash deposit somewhere with the tons of exchangers that offer it like nanaimo-gold or fund a dwolla account

the only reasons you can't withdraw from paypal is

a) it's stolen
b) it's stolen
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June 06, 2011, 07:56:13 PM
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It's not that you're a new member. It's paypal that sets off alarms.

People like you have every incentive to initiate chargeback and blame some 'hacker' for using your account to perform some "illegal shady purchases of something called bitcoin which I know nothing about"

Find another payment method. I'd go even as far as saying people who offer to buy large quantities of BTC for PayPal are instantly scammers.

That's how it works in my mind right now. I'm not selling for PP even if you paid me triple the spot rate. Being able to withdraw zero of that isn't much use.

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April 24, 2016, 11:44:30 PM
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Hello!  Yes, I know that brand new members already looking to buy and sell looks suspicious, but I am not sure what else I can do.  I am supremely intrigued by Bitcoin, having heard about the project only recently, and I have been ravenously devouring information on it ever since.  I am convinced that Bitcoin is going to catch on in a big way, especially in industries where ePassporte used to be king.

Basically, I am very excited about the possibilities Bitcoin holds, especially as a hardcore libertarian!  Right now, I work at the cafe in a community college, and I have convinced my superiors to let us accept Bitcoin from students in a limited trial, provided that I pay them back the cost of the food (In US dollars, obviously).  I hope to participate heavily in the Bitcoin economy as much as I can, and I want to buy in before it skyrockets in price anymore, because from the past 24 hours of heavy reading, I think BTC has a chance at going past $20 in just the next month!

So, the good part:  I would like to buy 100 BTC, maybe more, from a trusted member here.  If you have more than 100 to sell, I might go higher, and I might go a little higher in price, too, if you are a well respected member, and I am willing to pay via any Paypal method (Gift, goods, services, whatever you need to assure I am not a scammer/cannot perform a chargeback.

I have no rep here, but I have 139 sales on eBay, all 100% positive.  

Hopefully with these conditions, it can be a great sale for both of us!

Wow 100btc for $1500. You must be smilling now
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June 01, 2016, 11:06:05 AM
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I can sell you 100 BTC for 1500 USD each Smiley
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