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June 22, 2010, 08:22:16 PM
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Hello all - this is a bit of an experiment for me, being that Bitcoin is so new and all.  To attempt to contribute to the Bitcoin ecosystem, specifically to further the perception & acceptance that Bitcoin is 'money' - I have decided to offer some services for which I'll accept Bitcoin as the method of payment.

Specifically:

  • IT Services - a lot of you may be programmers or other uber-techies.... However  my offer of service is not for programming but for more basic things... troubleshooting some software issue, configuring your network [assuming at least your Internet connection works so I can remotely access], other consultations.. I can't do everything but we can try, and if you're satisfied, you pay me Bitcoin.  I will likely use some remote access software which you would control, in order for me to configure/troubleshoot whatever your problem is
  • Managed trading - I make my living trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, I specialize in derivatives trading.  Though I cannot guarantee any results, if anyone wants to diversify some of their money into something that can allow your money to grow, you could try with me if you'd like. If we can come to an agreement and you are satisfied, you could pay me with Bitcoin.

I'll add any other services I could provide as they come to my mind, but for now these are the two fields that a) I have professional experience in b) could probably be valuable to someone out there, and c) I can do remotely, in other words for anyone, anywhere in the world, thanks to the Internet.

If you are interested in either of these services I can provide, just contact me privately and we can discuss matters further.  If we can agree and make an exchange, great.  If not - at least you've made a new Bitcoin contact/buddy!  Smiley

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April 22, 2017, 06:09:11 PM
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Hello all - this is a bit of an experiment for me, being that Bitcoin is so new and all.  To attempt to contribute to the Bitcoin ecosystem, specifically to further the perception & acceptance that Bitcoin is 'money' - I have decided to offer some services for which I'll accept Bitcoin as the method of payment.

Specifically:

  • IT Services - a lot of you may be programmers or other uber-techies.... However  my offer of service is not for programming but for more basic things... troubleshooting some software issue, configuring your network [assuming at least your Internet connection works so I can remotely access], other consultations.. I can't do everything but we can try, and if you're satisfied, you pay me Bitcoin.  I will likely use some remote access software which you would control, in order for me to configure/troubleshoot whatever your problem is
  • Managed trading - I make my living trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, I specialize in derivatives trading.  Though I cannot guarantee any results, if anyone wants to diversify some of their money into something that can allow your money to grow, you could try with me if you'd like. If we can come to an agreement and you are satisfied, you could pay me with Bitcoin.

I'll add any other services I could provide as they come to my mind, but for now these are the two fields that a) I have professional experience in b) could probably be valuable to someone out there, and c) I can do remotely, in other words for anyone, anywhere in the world, thanks to the Internet.

If you are interested in either of these services I can provide, just contact me privately and we can discuss matters further.  If we can agree and make an exchange, great.  If not - at least you've made a new Bitcoin contact/buddy!  Smiley



I'm reopening a 7 years topic, but this annoucement can be the first of this kind in the world? The first person who intented to use for real bitcoins for buyings/selling?

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April 22, 2017, 08:51:36 PM
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Hello all - this is a bit of an experiment for me, being that Bitcoin is so new and all.  To attempt to contribute to the Bitcoin ecosystem, specifically to further the perception & acceptance that Bitcoin is 'money' - I have decided to offer some services for which I'll accept Bitcoin as the method of payment.

Specifically:

  • IT Services - a lot of you may be programmers or other uber-techies.... However  my offer of service is not for programming but for more basic things... troubleshooting some software issue, configuring your network [assuming at least your Internet connection works so I can remotely access], other consultations.. I can't do everything but we can try, and if you're satisfied, you pay me Bitcoin.  I will likely use some remote access software which you would control, in order for me to configure/troubleshoot whatever your problem is
  • Managed trading - I make my living trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, I specialize in derivatives trading.  Though I cannot guarantee any results, if anyone wants to diversify some of their money into something that can allow your money to grow, you could try with me if you'd like. If we can come to an agreement and you are satisfied, you could pay me with Bitcoin.

I'll add any other services I could provide as they come to my mind, but for now these are the two fields that a) I have professional experience in b) could probably be valuable to someone out there, and c) I can do remotely, in other words for anyone, anywhere in the world, thanks to the Internet.

If you are interested in either of these services I can provide, just contact me privately and we can discuss matters further.  If we can agree and make an exchange, great.  If not - at least you've made a new Bitcoin contact/buddy!  Smiley



I'm reopening a 7 years topic, but this annoucement can be the first of this kind in the world? The first person who intented to use for real bitcoins for buyings/selling?

Interesting, this was 7 years ago. I wonder what happened to the OP now? Early adopters of bitcoin? Maybe he is rich as f*uck now and no longer offering this kind of service. LoL.

I don't know if this is a first of its kind way back then, but surely it caught all our attention.

Edit: I just read his posting history and it looks like this guy has a lot of money already. He's talking about a 6 figure amount in Bitstamp in 2013.


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April 24, 2017, 12:01:37 AM
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Amazing , I did some researches  too. I am in bitcoin network from 2013, If I could be online in 2011 and just staking the coins.. Or even the 10k btc pizza Sad ....

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May 06, 2017, 01:55:16 PM
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Amazing , I did some researches  too. I am in bitcoin network from 2013, If I could be online in 2011 and just staking the coins.. Or even the 10k btc pizza Sad ....

Ermm.. I tink u have some misconceptions about Bitcoin. It is a pure Proof Of Work (POW) coin and the only way that u can get it is to mine it. It is not a Proof of Stake (POS) coin so u dont get any new coins from staking. Examples of POS coins are Reddcoin, Blackcoin and OKCash.

U can read more about POS here.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proof-of-stake

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May 06, 2017, 03:11:18 PM
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Amazing , I did some researches  too. I am in bitcoin network from 2013, If I could be online in 2011 and just staking the coins.. Or even the 10k btc pizza Sad ....

Ermm.. I tink u have some misconceptions about Bitcoin. It is a pure Proof Of Work (POW) coin and the only way that u can get it is to mine it. It is not a Proof of Stake (POS) coin so u dont get any new coins from staking. Examples of POS coins are Reddcoin, Blackcoin and OKCash.

U can read more about POS here.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proof-of-stake

Ok you  got me wrong. I am talking about keeping the coins.

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July 21, 2017, 03:03:31 PM
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Amazing , I did some researches  too. I am in bitcoin network from 2013, If I could be online in 2011 and just staking the coins.. Or even the 10k btc pizza Sad ....

Ermm.. I tink u have some misconceptions about Bitcoin. It is a pure Proof Of Work (POW) coin and the only way that u can get it is to mine it. It is not a Proof of Stake (POS) coin so u dont get any new coins from staking. Examples of POS coins are Reddcoin, Blackcoin and OKCash.

U can read more about POS here.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proof-of-stake

Ok you  got me wrong. I am talking about keeping the coins.

My bad. I misunderstand your thread since I didnt notice the date where u started this thread. Hmm.. seems like u are one of the first, if not the first person to offer services in exchange for Bitcoin. Heck, if u have charged people a few thousand bitcoin back then for some gigs, u would have been a millionaire today jetting around the world in luxury enjoying life to no end.

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October 21, 2017, 01:44:40 PM
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Hello all - this is a bit of an experiment for me, being that Bitcoin is so new and all.  To attempt to contribute to the Bitcoin ecosystem, specifically to further the perception & acceptance that Bitcoin is 'money' - I have decided to offer some services for which I'll accept Bitcoin as the method of payment.

Specifically:

  • IT Services - a lot of you may be programmers or other uber-techies.... However  my offer of service is not for programming but for more basic things... troubleshooting some software issue, configuring your network [assuming at least your Internet connection works so I can remotely access], other consultations.. I can't do everything but we can try, and if you're satisfied, you pay me Bitcoin.  I will likely use some remote access software which you would control, in order for me to configure/troubleshoot whatever your problem is
  • Managed trading - I make my living trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, I specialize in derivatives trading.  Though I cannot guarantee any results, if anyone wants to diversify some of their money into something that can allow your money to grow, you could try with me if you'd like. If we can come to an agreement and you are satisfied, you could pay me with Bitcoin.

I'll add any other services I could provide as they come to my mind, but for now these are the two fields that a) I have professional experience in b) could probably be valuable to someone out there, and c) I can do remotely, in other words for anyone, anywhere in the world, thanks to the Internet.

If you are interested in either of these services I can provide, just contact me privately and we can discuss matters further.  If we can agree and make an exchange, great.  If not - at least you've made a new Bitcoin contact/buddy!  Smiley



yeah sure why not? now every one want to buy bit coin so who can leave this opportunity i'm not leave to this opportunity. in some country's they employees getting bit coins for they salary. now in the market bit coin has great demand but once up on a time it's price going to down and later it can be raised. but now bit coin had good market so you have to accept it.i think most of the people accepts bit coins only few persons did not accept to this.
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