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July 10, 2011, 11:53:33 PM
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http://www.img.xtremshare.com/images/1a36b4e6e31e72f7dc7a91ee3fc2a180.png
 
 
We are renting 1 GH/sec mining rigs
 
This is how we work:
 
1 - You contact us at bitcoin@xtremshare.com
 
2 - We discuss the contract
 
3 - You pay for the contract
 
4 - You send us the information of your worker and the pool you want us to point your workers to
 
5- We start mining at 1 GH/sec for the number of months you choosed
 
Only five 5 easy steps on for fast money!
 
Your benifit to do business with us:
 
- At 1 GH/sec, you can make around 17 Bitcoin in a month (vatries)
 
- If we have any issue with our system (not the pool you are mining in), we will refund you as a rate of 0,50$/hour of downtime
 
- We keep every log of your worker to ensure good support
 
- Satisfaction guaranteed
 
-Fast and friendly support
 
 
Price:
 
- 1300$ USD/4 months (120 days)
 
- 1600$ USD/6 months (180 days)
 
- 1800$ USD/8 months (240 days)
 
- 2000$ USD/10 months (300 days)
 
- 2200$ USD/12 months (360 days)
 
 
Payment:
 
- No multiple payment, only one payment of the contract price
 
- We only accept paypal and liberty reserve
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July 11, 2011, 11:40:11 PM
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Wow talk about over priced. I keep telling you people As log as I can buy 1ghh at 12btc a month I am happy.

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July 12, 2011, 12:04:25 AM
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Uh, the ROI is negative in every case, so why would anyone buy a service from you?

You have to be extremely stupid to fall for this  Shocked

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July 14, 2011, 01:38:08 AM
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Your lowest priced contract could purchase a complete 1GH/s rig...the whole damn thing, and the user would have something at the end of those four months...

You may want to rethink your price points. Business is carried out when both parties profit.

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August 14, 2011, 05:46:28 AM
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I added this to my list of available mining contracts.

http://bit-coin-trading.com/forum/index.php?topic=128.0

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August 14, 2011, 06:23:42 AM
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I added this to my list of available mining contracts.

http://bit-coin-trading.com/forum/index.php?topic=128.0

Maybe you should be sending a pm to verify contracts are still vaild? the list looks good sofar but this user hasn't been on the forum since the end of last month i get a feeling they gave up when they coudnt sell for the prices they were asking.

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August 14, 2011, 06:57:25 AM
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I added this to my list of available mining contracts.

http://bit-coin-trading.com/forum/index.php?topic=128.0

Maybe you should be sending a pm to verify contracts are still vaild? the list looks good sofar but this user hasn't been on the forum since the end of last month i get a feeling they gave up when they coudnt sell for the prices they were asking.
Very true.  It does look sort of abandoned.  Well if they don't log on in a week or so i'll just take it off the list.  I had to take a few off the list already that I had put on there and then realized they were in the 'obsolete' sections..

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