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June 15, 2011, 12:36:09 AM
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Yes I know I post a lot of ideas but im not spamming just trying to grow the coin WE NEED TO BE ABLE TO USE IT!
I have a bunch of ps3 games  I don't use but are in great condition which i would love to sell for a bitcoin or two
if you want to post on the site u pay like 0.05 BTC a week for a post and the site takes no money from the total sale just the listing price same with gift cards if you want to trade them..comment
people also would send in private bids for it instead of a fixed price
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June 15, 2011, 02:39:13 AM
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I posted a Steam gift of Dirt 3 I've got on bitcoinclassifieds, lots of views but so far no offers. There's tons of stuff on offer on that site and on the BitMarket Reddit, no one seems to want to part with their coins though. Sad

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