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October 30, 2013, 01:49:08 AM
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Hi my name is Collin Giusti and I am looking to start serious mining. I have been working with 3 usb block erupters for a month now to get a bit into the mining part of bitcoins. I must say that I really enjoy it. The reason for my loan is to get a mining rig that well turn a actual profit. Currently I live in government housing and do not pay electricity so that is not an issue on profit. I do not want to start small with a 80 GH/s rig because the $ per GH is not worth it, but buying a large rig is. The amount I am looking for is 40-45 BTC which well cover the rig and shipping. In return I well split the weekly bitcoin out put until a total of 75 BTC is payed back. I well be using my weekly share to invest in another 1.2 TH/s rig (or higher if I can find one for the right price.) Of course shipping well take 8 weeks so 1st payment well be delayed by 8 weeks. I well provide any info about myself as you require but well not upload on here. Contracts with a lawyer seals well be accepted if you require.

Edit: by current difficulty increase rate, pay back time would be 4-5 months.

please message me if interested, or just feel like donating to anew bitcoiner.

Thankyou for the loan
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October 30, 2013, 01:52:01 AM
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So your a newbie to this forum, a new bitcoiner.
You play games to make 0.01 BTC a week.
You have no trust whatsoever, except for negatives from tysat.
You want $9000 USD.  Would you lend someone that much money?
4 months to pay back WITHOUT the difficulty increasing, which it obviously will.
You REALLY haven't thought this through.

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October 30, 2013, 01:58:18 AM
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acutally I have that's 4 months with difficulty inscrease at current rate. You don't have to be so negative to the request. Only the end result well speak for me. I also have a few things as collateral. The rig being one of them
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October 30, 2013, 02:06:22 AM
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acutally I have that's 4 months with difficulty inscrease at current rate. You don't have to be so negative to the request. Only the end result well speak for me. I also have a few things as collateral. The rig being one of them
The rig you're going to buy with the money won't be suitable. It should be something you have already that will be sent to the lender or an escrow.
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October 30, 2013, 02:12:29 AM
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acutally I have that's 4 months with difficulty inscrease at current rate. You don't have to be so negative to the request. Only the end result well speak for me. I also have a few things as collateral. The rig being one of them
The rig you're going to buy with the money won't be suitable. It should be something you have already that will be sent to the lender or an escrow.

I got shares in google , I also have a car.
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October 30, 2013, 02:14:44 AM
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I would suggest going to a bank with your google shares and your car.  You would have better luck.

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October 30, 2013, 02:14:55 AM
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acutally I have that's 4 months with difficulty inscrease at current rate. You don't have to be so negative to the request. Only the end result well speak for me. I also have a few things as collateral. The rig being one of them
The rig you're going to buy with the money won't be suitable. It should be something you have already that will be sent to the lender or an escrow.

I got shares in google , I also have a car.

Sell them, buy your miner. Why should someone loan you this when they could just buy the rig for themselves?

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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October 30, 2013, 02:25:12 AM
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acutally I have that's 4 months with difficulty inscrease at current rate. You don't have to be so negative to the request. Only the end result well speak for me. I also have a few things as collateral. The rig being one of them
The rig you're going to buy with the money won't be suitable. It should be something you have already that will be sent to the lender or an escrow.

I got shares in google , I also have a car.

Sell them, buy your miner. Why should someone loan you this when they could just buy the rig for themselves?

Because the see the earning potential for doing nothing. I got the loan really quickly. In cash!
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October 30, 2013, 02:25:48 AM
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I'd highly suggest that nobody loan to this guy as it will never be paid back. If you're looking to throw your BTC away, you can always send to the address in my sig.

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October 30, 2013, 02:35:48 AM
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Just got this in PM from huuline:

already received from a professional miner that heard my full speal. loaned it to me with a smile. He knows for a fact that I well make a profit. Alarge one at that! what proof do u have that I wont? none that's right

ROFL! Whatever helps you sleep better at night...

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October 30, 2013, 02:39:00 AM
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Show the TxID for that 40-45 BTC for proof that you received the funds.

Oh, you say it was cash? So you just randomly posted a message on the board and in about 35 minutes you received cash in hand from somebody on the internet. That's amazing!

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October 30, 2013, 02:40:52 AM
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Because the see the earning potential for doing nothing. I got the loan really quickly. In cash!



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October 30, 2013, 05:55:34 AM
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Show the TxID for that 40-45 BTC for proof that you received the funds.

Oh, you say it was cash? So you just randomly posted a message on the board and in about 35 minutes you received cash in hand from somebody on the internet. That's amazing!

I was from adifferent loan group. coinlenders.com
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October 30, 2013, 08:38:49 PM
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I'll make you an offer, working on your 45BTC cost price.

Are you still interested in purchasing it?

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November 01, 2013, 01:07:03 AM
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Show the TxID for that 40-45 BTC for proof that you received the funds.

Oh, you say it was cash? So you just randomly posted a message on the board and in about 35 minutes you received cash in hand from somebody on the internet. That's amazing!

I was from adifferent loan group. coinlenders.com

Lol, right. You found a BTC lending site's URL! Well done!
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November 02, 2013, 06:56:21 AM
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Show the TxID for that 40-45 BTC for proof that you received the funds.

Oh, you say it was cash? So you just randomly posted a message on the board and in about 35 minutes you received cash in hand from somebody on the internet. That's amazing!

I was from adifferent loan group. coinlenders.com

Lol, right. You found a BTC lending site's URL! Well done!

the altcoin forum warned me that the bitcoin community is just a bunch of assholes. now i know they are right.
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