No. It's against eBay rules. On top of that the seller has to deal with credit card chargebacks, bid retracts, and auction cancellation for breaking rules. A buyer could literally get out of paying a devalued bitcoin with the last reason with no repercussions.
True, I'm an avid ebay seller and previous 'power seller' ( when i had more free time ! ). I tried buying btc here on the boards when it was around $8 and was only able to buy 4, and then all of the chargeback talk got me weary to try selling anywhere other than mtgox
If selling bitcoin is against ebay TOS because they consider it to be somebodies copyrighted material, they have no valid argument since it's open source. You can't sell WOW stuff because Blizzard has a valid argument in that it's their game and at the end of the day the charactors, gold, and items in the game belong to them and are their intellectual property.
Bitcoin is open source, owned by no single person and is therefore not under the same umbrella. They're ending all of the listings and citing copyright infringement... IMO they're citing an incorrect reason for terminating people's listings and therefore people should have every right to try selling BTC.
It is a shady market however...
One listing I was looking at this past week was around $400 for I think 8 BTC. It had about 12-15 bids on it. Upon further inspection of the bids, a new user w\ 0 feedback bid the item up to $200. Then when somebody outbid that, they bid it up to $300, and then they let people bid on from there.