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March 28, 2013, 06:34:45 PM
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well i was going to buy this but then the buyer got a higher bid and jsut stopped resonding. Bids should be only in the thread otherwise you could just fake the bids.
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March 28, 2013, 08:11:41 PM
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Yes you are totally right the problem is there are plenty of people sending me PMs and asking questions ... so since the best offer came from a PM i will maintain his offer ... that doesnt mean hes gonna win because if he for some reason quits i will go check the other bidders in the list ...
Thanks anway ...

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March 28, 2013, 08:40:31 PM
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please, what was your order number & payment date?
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March 28, 2013, 08:41:15 PM
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Hmm.. this account went dark right about the time the forum got hacked and the username/pw info was compromised. Then no posting for all of 2012 and then suddenly you have an Avalon for sale? Weird.

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March 28, 2013, 08:45:20 PM
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I might be interested in this if there's more proof that this is not a scam. We're dealing with a lot of coins at this price.

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March 28, 2013, 09:30:06 PM
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Is that you DeaDTerra?

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March 28, 2013, 11:25:26 PM
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well i was going to buy this but then the buyer got a higher bid and jsut stopped resonding. Bids should be only in the thread otherwise you could just fake the bids.

In another thread, I proposed using the blockchain to make the bids.  This is the ProfMac style auction.

To do that here, OP would create a new payment address for this auction.  To bid, you would just send (0.000 1 * your bid) to that address.  To bid BTC 50, you send BTC 0.05.  To bid BTC 80, you send BTC 0.08

The blockchain makes a nice timestamp and all the action is public.  You are anonymous.

The winning bidder puts his Name, address, and contact info in a message and signs it with his payment address.  He sends that in a PM.

Most of the administrative paperwork is taken care of automatically by the block-chain.  We know the payments are real--though we don't know who made them.


I try to be respectful and informed.
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March 29, 2013, 01:06:32 AM
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well i was going to buy this but then the buyer got a higher bid and jsut stopped resonding. Bids should be only in the thread otherwise you could just fake the bids.

In another thread, I proposed using the blockchain to make the bids.  This is the ProfMac style auction.

To do that here, OP would create a new payment address for this auction.  To bid, you would just send (0.000 1 * your bid) to that address.  To bid BTC 50, you send BTC 0.05.  To bid BTC 80, you send BTC 0.08

The blockchain makes a nice timestamp and all the action is public.  You are anonymous.

The winning bidder puts his Name, address, and contact info in a message and signs it with his payment address.  He sends that in a PM.

Most of the administrative paperwork is taken care of automatically by the block-chain.  We know the payments are real--though we don't know who made them.



... and what happens to the bitcoins for the losing bidders ? Very cheesy ProfMacNCheese  Grin
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March 29, 2013, 01:58:04 AM
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well i was going to buy this but then the buyer got a higher bid and jsut stopped resonding. Bids should be only in the thread otherwise you could just fake the bids.

In another thread, I proposed using the blockchain to make the bids.  This is the ProfMac style auction.

To do that here, OP would create a new payment address for this auction.  To bid, you would just send (0.000 1 * your bid) to that address.  To bid BTC 50, you send BTC 0.05.  To bid BTC 80, you send BTC 0.08

The blockchain makes a nice timestamp and all the action is public.  You are anonymous.

The winning bidder puts his Name, address, and contact info in a message and signs it with his payment address.  He sends that in a PM.

Most of the administrative paperwork is taken care of automatically by the block-chain.  We know the payments are real--though we don't know who made them.



... and what happens to the bitcoins for the losing bidders ? Very cheesy ProfMacNCheese  Grin

In his auction, that is cyberaa's call.

However, tell me what should happen to them.

I try to be respectful and informed.
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March 29, 2013, 01:49:33 PM
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Hmm.. this account went dark right about the time the forum got hacked and the username/pw info was compromised. Then no posting for all of 2012 and then suddenly you have an Avalon for sale? Weird.


No i havent just feel the need to post ... and thats easily understandable since my account date and time is too big but the posts are too low ... People that post doesnt mean they are more secure then others everyone can create an account and spam posts everywhere though being an older member of bitcoin itselfs gives such a proof.


Yes still people keep sending me their bids through PM and thats nothing i can do since their bids are higher than anyone that posted here ... since then i dont see any reason to deny their bids ...Right now i received another bid of 80 btcs


That would be an interesting kind of bids ProfMacandCheese if people are interested we could do that ... but there must be any people interested in that method ...All bitcoints that were outbidded would return to their owners after the auction was over or after the bigger bids were two times higher ...

Thanks
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March 29, 2013, 03:09:06 PM
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would you please be so kind to disclose details of the order in question (payment confirmation, order number).
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March 29, 2013, 03:32:01 PM
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Is that you DeaDTerra?

DeaDTerra is that you?

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March 29, 2013, 04:01:10 PM
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That would be an interesting kind of bids ProfMacandCheese if people are interested we could do that ... but there must be any people interested in that method ...All bitcoints that were outbidded would return to their owners after the auction was over or after the bigger bids were two times higher ...


I have attended auctions for many years.  People bid more if they see the competition.
You could post a payment address and let the community decide.

I am a possible bidder.  I am collecting funds for a consortium.  You can view how well the collection effort is going on the blockchain.


I try to be respectful and informed.
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