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January 17, 2014, 07:19:41 PM
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        First off, I am the marketing manager for StakeBTC.com. We offer betting on all major sports and a wide variety of casino games. Our betting platform merges the casino games and sports betting onto one main platform, which is very user-friendly. Our sites currently has a large number of active betters, but we are now looking to expand to a wider-variety of gamblers. We started out just offering our site to a small group of regular gamblers, but since we have expanded drastically. We offer instant deposits and withdrawals and extraordinary customer service. Our site has a live chat feature in which live agents are online for many hours to assist the players in all necessary ways.

StakeBTC.com

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January 17, 2014, 07:54:27 PM
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Hello Everyone! It's a pleasure to be posting here! I own and run a Online Gardening Supply store based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. We are brand new and just starting out, I just received my first shipment of HID Grow Bulbs (High Pressure Sodium  & Metal Halide Grow Bulbs). These bulbs were built for horticulture and made with high quality materials and have an adjusted spectrum which promotes fast plant growth and a larger yield. I plan to accept Bitcoins for all of out items in the shop, even though at the moment we only HPS and MH bulbs in stock.

In the future we are looking to sell: Grow Tents, HID Light Ballasts, Multiple different types of Light Reflectors, In-line Centrifugal Fans, CO2 Enrichment equipment, environmental controllers, and other accessories.

We figured that people would find it beneficial to be able to buy Indoor Horticulture supplies with Bitcoin, so we plan to sell everything for Bitcoin along with other forms of payment.

If you are interested in picking up some High Quality HPS/MH Grow Bulbs at a decent price, using Bitcoin, come check us out!

www.505gardensupply.com

Thanks! We look forward to doing business with you!
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January 17, 2014, 09:53:53 PM
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Hello All,

I wanted to take a minute to tell you all about the Altcoin exchange site we have created and encourage you to come check us out.
Bitcoin Trade Winds
http://bitcointradewinds.com

We are a new site dedicated to providing people with a secure online Bitcoin and Altcoin wallet; as well as the ability to trade alternate currencies. We realize we are new and hope you will give us a chance to earn your trust.

We look forward to advancing the trade of alternate currencies and have many more features to add to the site in the near future. Feel free to visit our System Wallet Status page to view the current coins we support. Feel free to verify the current block count against the block chain.

Once we are able to post in the other forums we will be setting up an official thread for feedback. Thanks for taking the time to read this and we hope you find our site a valid contribution to the Altcoin community.
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January 17, 2014, 11:10:26 PM
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Hi world ! Hi resell avalon miner & soon antminer On ebay & coingig.com Atm Website under contruction ^^ :=)

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January 17, 2014, 11:41:59 PM
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Dear Community,

We would like to introduce Bcourt Casino, the unique entertainment experience where you not only play the best games, but also you can feel the adrenalin of watching how your money grows. With the most advanced technology we bring this wonderful world to the comfort of your home, in Bcourt Casino you can enjoy for hours an unique and exclusive range of games such as 3D slots, roulette, blackjack, video poker and much more.

Bcourtcasino.com is owned and operated by Bcourt Group N.V, our casino is licensed by the Government of Curacao, and all our activities are regulated and monitored by the Curacao Gaming Commission. Our software is certified by iTech labs and the RNG was tested according to Malta Lotteries & Gaming Authority Standards.

Play now for BITCOIN, Join the club and be part of the game!
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January 18, 2014, 03:31:46 AM
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I'm Dave, a game developer and website owner. I'm working with a couple other game developers to bring a higher quality of games to the alt coin world. We will be able to do everything from normal betting games to specialized 3D games! Expect to see some of our games on a new site to be launched hopefully this quarter. I see a long future in alt coins and I hope to be part of its growth.

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January 18, 2014, 06:13:45 AM
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Hello everyone,

This account is not necessarily a business account, but here we go. My friend and I are trying to raise money to be able to build scrypt mining rigs to sell to people that want to get into crypto but they don't have the know how to do it. I know this is already being done but most of the companies out there are selling rigs that are way over the price that it cost to build them. We want to build rigs that are only two hundred dollars over what they cost us to build. That money will pay for our time spent building, shipping, etc.. We have been testing a a R9 290 since early december and we have been able to push almost 850 kh out of it on windows 7 and we got really close to 1000 on linux. We have started a fundraiser on fundly to try and raise the money that we need, but I would like to get feedback from everyone first before we begin to go any further. We really arn't trying to do this to make a bunch of money. Also, the reason we are trying to raise the money first is because we do not want people to have to pre order. I know how frustrating that is. We would like to be able to order a good amount of equipment and put it together and have it ready to sell when someone makes an order. Also, on prices. From our tests, we think that we could get up to 4.8 kh for 3500. No thumb drive, and no milk crate. It would have a 32gb ssd and a case with at least 5 fans.

That is idea 1

We also have an idea to raise enough money to get a 3 Th rig to mine bitcoins and use that to pay the money back to the lenders and then use that rig to finance us building the scrypt mining rigs.

I would like to get everyone's opinion on this matter. I want to see how many people are going to scream scam and how many people will give an honest opinion. We just want to help make the community bigger. I also understand that if we do this that we would have to operate like an open book so people could see that we are genuine. We believe 100 percent that trust is the only way to build good working relationships.

Very Respectively.

P.s. if you see a double post, I will be posting this at reddit to get more opinions.
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January 18, 2014, 03:51:59 PM
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Hello Bitcoin community!

I am a marketing communications specialist, I am all about getting products to market.

I have been following bitcoin since mid 2010. I got my first bits in 2011.

I am in love with the technology and want to be involved in the revolution. If you are starting a bitcoin project and require marketing services, from design and branding to PR and advertising, web, print... then talk to me.

I also offer bitcoin consultancy services to individuals who want in.

Chat soon,

Olly
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January 18, 2014, 04:26:34 PM
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Hi everyone,

I've only just got into Bitcoin Awesomeness:)

I've just set up an account with Coingig so that I can accept Bitcoin on my site for custom made perfume. http://www.designyourownperfume.co.uk or https://www.coingig.com/CustomPerfume/Custom-Perfume-50ml-8232 to go straight to Coingig.

I'm really excited about the possibilities...I just wish I'd got into this sooner!
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January 18, 2014, 05:03:21 PM
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Hi all !

I have an avalon 200gh/s but i didn't know about it's gigahertz, on cgminer help page i found 1500 default, on manufcturer page i see 1000-2000?! Please help me.
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January 18, 2014, 07:09:06 PM
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Hi all !

I have an avalon 200gh/s but i didn't know about it's gigahertz, on cgminer help page i found 1500 default, on manufcturer page i see 1000-2000?! Please help me.
you're in wrong thread for support with miners

try here, https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=416940.0 and try using google... eg. "Avalon 200GH/s help bitcointalk"

BTW, GH/s = Giga Hash per second

EDIT. and here: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Avalon#User_Guide
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January 19, 2014, 02:33:19 AM
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I'm Dave, a game developer and website owner. I'm working with a couple other game developers to bring a higher quality of games to the alt coin world. We will be able to do everything from normal betting games to specialized 3D games! Expect to see some of our games on a new site to be launched hopefully this quarter. I see a long future in alt coins and I hope to be part of its growth.



Hi, I'm a 3D artist (worked +5 years as a game dev for Ubi) and now I run my own freelance studio (we have a good team set up). Have a look at http://www.pikaboo.ro/portfolio/ , that's what we do, atm (mostly graphic design and arch&product visualizations).

Send me a PM , we could talk more.

Thx.
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January 19, 2014, 07:37:00 AM
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Hello,

I'm simply an opportunist. I'm interested in bitcoins, have some, but as the newbie post mentions, its difficult to trust people so there is no point in asking people for money (to trade with). I am interesting in bitcoin trading but lacking any irl friends who would invest in bitcoins, I just use my own money. I'm profitable by % but would need more capital than I currently have to raise anyone's eyebrows. So no one cares about this post but I do get to continue on to the rest of the website! Have a nice day and good luck.
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January 19, 2014, 08:42:02 AM
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Tor network VPS servers.

Server isolate only in and out through tor.

Debian server, ssh, http(s) and other port.

Custom 8 letter Tor address with 1 year.

1 BTC/year .1 BTC/month
1 cpu, 512MB ram 80GB encrypt disk
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January 19, 2014, 12:29:17 PM
Last edit: January 19, 2014, 06:25:32 PM by st4nl3y
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Long established EU based business now accepting bitcoin as payment for mobile phones, tablets, laptops, gsm accessories, electronics, PS3/XBOX360 games and graffiti gear.
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January 19, 2014, 02:57:41 PM
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Hi Everyone,

I have developed a website to monitor your cgminers from a browser or your mobile phone,
I did this for fun, so no fees (a donation is always welcome :p )

You can find it on http://rigmonitor.artworkx.nl

It has the following features:

  • Monitoring of multiple rigs, workers and gpus
  • API access only requires readonly (the R: option in the api-allow
  • It keeps a history for you to watch back your hashrates of the last hours, days, weeks, etc.
  • Simple to setup

coming features: Email alerts for when one of your miners/gpu's goes offline, has overtemp or the WU drops too much, so for the time being you don't need to put a valid email

Just log in with user demo, password demo, to see an example or register your own miners.

Thanks.
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January 19, 2014, 03:34:00 PM
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Good day citizens,

General Pericles here to spearhead a new Athenian Democracy 2500 years after the original one, but based on Bitcoin's trust-less decentralized system technologies. This ancient forum shall be most useful.

Thanks,
Perry
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January 19, 2014, 03:39:46 PM
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Started Mining a couple of weeks ago and am looking at syndicating the mining operation to investors. Also a developer and am looking at opportunities in the Utilities area.
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January 19, 2014, 07:20:50 PM
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I am not sure about this.
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January 19, 2014, 08:51:28 PM
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I am the owner of Bitgretiefter Pty Ltd - I produce and sell the Yellowjacket USB miner, a variant of the Nanofury developed by vs3. I'm currently looking for alternatives to Bitpay, preferably something that will offer better refund options and more options for shipping pricing.
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