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July 25, 2011, 11:52:32 PM
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EDIT and Update : Price list http://www.hcsysinfo.com/bitcoin.htm

Now free shipping USA and Canada, other country please PM.

Maybe few people saw my other topic... I got a legit computer retail store (whole custom computers, parts) and Im about to accept bitcoin as currency.

I need just one more thing, a trusted (and quick) source to exchange bitcoins for cash. Because Powercolor and such dosen't accept bitcoins.

 If I find one I will publish a list of graphic card (to begin) with the bitcoins value.

On request I will sell other parts or whole computer (specific to bitcoins mining or other).

Why I want to accept bitcoins ? Simple. It's a new currency and a new market.

1. We seem to be the only one to want to do this (well at least in my region).
2. We are communists and we don't hide it. (there are many versions about communism but I don't want do politics here)
2.1 Bitcoins is perfect for our political views because it's international and "free". But we are realist, we need cash to buy ourself the hardware.

Here info on the retail store, it's in Canada Montreal.

www.hcsysinfo.com

Taxes numbers

TPS:829673896
TVQ:1214623664

To check the store info with the gouvernement and taxes numbers (some in french only im sorry)

http://www.registreentreprises.gouv.qc.ca/en/

http://www.revenuquebec.ca/en/sepf/services/sgp_validation_tvq/default.aspx

And a pic of me with uniform.

So well yes im legit before anyone ask.






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July 26, 2011, 12:50:35 AM
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Good luck!

I personally use Tradehill for exchanges and have had no issues with them.

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July 26, 2011, 01:50:29 AM
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Good luck!

I personally use Tradehill for exchanges and have had no issues with them.

Look nice and simple. I like that. Is it fast ?

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July 26, 2011, 01:58:33 AM
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* so with an exchange you will have the time to load the coins into there, this varies but generally isnt long maybe within 1 hour.

* then you sell them at what you can get, this is instant but if alot of coins the rate will drop if low market depth, or you wait for a price, this takes longer

* then you need to make withdrawal by one of the supported methods you can use, eg bank wire this may take a few days but will vary depending on distance, bank, method etc.  somebody with some experience with TH can tell you how long this generally takes or you could ask them directly

that last step will be the slowest generally, and may be the deciding factor about what exchange you go with and how fast your cash flow happens

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July 26, 2011, 02:59:54 AM
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I am certainly interested.  I am new at bitcoin mining.  my ultimate plan is: as i mine bitcoins I plan to convert them all into hardware to increase my hash rate ... long as bitcoin production outpaces my KWH

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July 26, 2011, 03:07:04 AM
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Good luck!

I personally use Tradehill for exchanges and have had no issues with them.

Look nice and simple. I like that. Is it fast ?

Pretty fast, I have sold BTC in the morning and had it in my dwolla account by mid afternoon.


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July 26, 2011, 03:19:06 AM
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The Canadian exchange, http://www.cavirtex.com will be your best bet, because you can sell your Bitcoins for Canadian dollars.  You can then transfer the money to yourself by Interac (max $5000/month) or direct deposit to your bank account (max $8000/month).  If you contact the operators, it may be possible to make an arrangement to increase your limits, but I'm just speculating.

One problem with the Canadian exchange is the liquidity.  You might only be able to sell one or two hundred coins per day at a decent price.  If you find you aren't getting a price close to the MtGox rate (the biggest exchange), then you'll want to use MtGox and just pay the fees associated with changing the money from USD to CAD.

Good luck!  You'll be getting lots of business.

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July 26, 2011, 03:26:48 AM
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I would be interested in seeing a list of the graphics cards you have available.
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July 26, 2011, 03:35:35 AM
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The Canadian exchange, http://www.cavirtex.com will be your best bet, because you can sell your Bitcoins for Canadian dollars.  You can then transfer the money to yourself by Interac (max $5000/month) or direct deposit to your bank account (max $8000/month).  If you contact the operators, it may be possible to make an arrangement to increase your limits, but I'm just speculating.

One problem with the Canadian exchange is the liquidity.  You might only be able to sell one or two hundred coins per day at a decent price.  If you find you aren't getting a price close to the MtGox rate (the biggest exchange), then you'll want to use MtGox and just pay the fees associated with changing the money from USD to CAD.

Good luck!  You'll be getting lots of business.

Thanks a lot !  Grin It will do it. I was reviewing other and it was a hard day for a canadian... but you came and saved the day ! That's sound perfect. We got already interact at the store it may make it all more easy.

Here the price list : http://www.hcsysinfo.com/bitcoin.htm

Please be kind, the store is open since years in Montreal but it's my first bitcoin list. I will upgrade it often and tweak it each time. For now there is no "automatic transaction" every buyer must contact me.

The shipping fees charges warning it's because I fear that Canada Post find a way to cause problems (late shipping, syndical problems right now) So I may ask fedex or UPS, it will depend of the will of the customer.

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July 27, 2011, 04:14:24 PM
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Sorry for double reply

I updated the list, I rised the prices a little so it should cover the shipping charges. No more worry about shipping in USA and Canada, you can except a fast shipping.

AND

Promotional item for the "bitcoins for hardware" experience.

This week only

For 10 bitcoins you can get  POWERCOLOR 6770 1G5 HDMI #AX6770 1GBD5-H

http://powercolor.com/ca/products_features.asp?id=343#Specification

No shipping fees in the USA and Canada, 10 bitcoins, that's the total cost.

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Estimated Mhash/s=196.67

Mhash/s may vary with the miner setting, other hardware (such as motherboard), OS, overclock and other settings/elements.

Source: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison


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July 27, 2011, 04:21:50 PM
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5850's in stock with shipping to the US?  Tempting...
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July 27, 2011, 04:28:33 PM
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5850's in stock with shipping to the US?  Tempting...

ASUS EAH5850 DIRECTCU/2DIS/1GD 5,RADEON HD5850,1GB-GDDR5,256     ?

Price in list 16.92 bitcoins, for you 16.50 with free shipping to the US.

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