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January 27, 2011, 08:58:24 AM
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Thinking of selling of some old gadge to raise btc, anyone interested?

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January 27, 2011, 12:59:55 PM
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Perhaps I should elaborate...

D70 is a Nikon Digital SLR camera, in good condition but I would be selling it without the lens, bitcoin's great but a Nikon lens is a Nikon lens.Cheesy

If anyone is interested, that's not to say I could't be persuaded to change my mind though.

The N6 and N5 are two solid Nokia mobile phones. Both of which are in good condition as I always get a protective case for my phones and avoid throwing them in pools, I treat them very well. I was going to ebay them as I'm now on a N8 contract, but why ebay and blow the money on booze an women if I can add to my modest pile of bitcoins instead.Smiley


On a related note, anyone can recommend a good bitcoin escrow service for stuff-selling like this?

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January 27, 2011, 02:03:34 PM
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50 BTC for the N5?
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January 27, 2011, 05:48:23 PM
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lol Grin

My mistake, I meant Nokia: N95 and N96.

[grumble] stupid nokia and their stupid non-consecutive naming system. [/grumble.]

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January 27, 2011, 06:29:27 PM
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A good site that I (and many others) would recommend to sell these on would be biddingpond.com. Its basically what eBay is for Bitcoin users. They have some nice features on their for both sellers and buyers, and even though my auction didn't sell, 99% of the other ones do sell. I HIGHLY recommend it, as (as far as I know) it's the only Bitcoin auction site right now, and the only site where you can sell your stuff for Bitcoins. Anyway, see how you like it, but I think all of it's users are happy with the site. 

thanks talkinrock, will check it out.Smiley

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