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November 05, 2013, 09:08:16 PM
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oh, being optimistic w/ the shipping time, you'll have a week to use this at the 515m difficulty level, netting you 0.31 bitcoins, 0.31 for the 10 days after that (if you're lucky w/ ~30% difficulty jump), 0.22, 0.154, 0.108, 0.0756, 0.05292, 0.037044.

I'm glad I wasn't taken up on that 1.5 offer


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November 08, 2013, 02:16:04 AM
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i didn't want to say anything else before the auction ended, but, some advice

Thank you for the courtesy - it is frustrating trying to manage an auction thread when there are multiple people trying to have academic arguments in it, so I appreciate you waiting until the auction was over.


it would be wise not to base your pricing decisions on item x based on the price "some random guy" was willing to pay for it "a few days ago".

when I was pricing my 6990's to sell on ebay, there were 4 that had ended in the last week, w/ prices ranging from $350 to $470 (450 + 20 ship).   so, if the last one that sold was the $470 one, that makes the price $470?



I was looking to sell it for > 2.5BTC because I saw the price range in cryptx's auction. If it hadn't sold for 2.5BTC+, I would have kept it; that's why I priced it there (as a starting bid).

I personally really value the ability to mine; it's a wonderful feeling. It seems others do too (as there were a bunch of boards sold by cryptx at high prices, and I had at least 3 serious parties at levels above 2.5BTC). Unfortunately my personal circumstances have changed somewhat since I started investing in mining equipment so I now need to value ROI more than mining for fun. I have in fact sold most of my significant personal extravagances:
My KnC Mercury: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=310961
My Bitburner Fury (through this thread)
My car: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=320480.0

I have about 10 more things I will be selling. I might do some dual listings on eBay and here, but I think some of it might just get listed on eBay to save the hassle of negotiation on these forums for smaller items.

In answer to your question about graphics cards, yes - that transaction indicates that the price is $470, and that could be verified if you're willing to sell at that price and there are buyers willing to buy at that price. If there was just one buyer at that price, maybe it's just an anomaly, but if there are others willing to buy at that level, that's the price. Price is defined by buyer and seller appetite / availability (supply and demand), just as the price of bitcoins (and most other things) is defined by supply and demand: http://bitcoinchain.com/#period=day&chart_type=candlestick&trade_name=mtgox&trade_currency=usd&points=50&min=1379728800000

Furthermore, if the precedents were priced from $350-470, and you started your auction at $250, would you agree with people telling you that was an unreasonable starting price (despite it being lower than all of the recent sale prices)?

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November 08, 2013, 08:49:15 PM
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Hi guys! Bitburner received today!




Sorry for bad quality images, but i have placed it where there's no light  Wink

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November 08, 2013, 09:38:53 PM
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I Forgot : Pay first without Escrow. Scotjam is a very kind person and give all the support i need. He also tested for me the Hw on Windows 7 (My S.O)  And post me screenshot. He also give me a lot of info i need! Great sellers!!!

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November 08, 2013, 09:41:27 PM
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I Forgot : Pay first without Escrow. Scotjam is a very kind person and give all the support i need. He also tested for me the Hw on Windows 7 (My S.O)  And post me screenshot. He also give me a lot of info i need! Great sellers!!!

Thank you for trusting me and sending payment first Sampey, and very happy to help.

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November 28, 2013, 02:02:10 PM
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oh, being optimistic w/ the shipping time, you'll have a week to use this at the 515m difficulty level, netting you 0.31 bitcoins, 0.31 for the 10 days after that (if you're lucky w/ ~30% difficulty jump), 0.22, 0.154, 0.108, 0.0756, 0.05292, 0.037044.

I'm glad I wasn't taken up on that 1.5 offer


All True  Wink
Only one problems : i haven't buy to mine BTC  Wink

As i said.......i haven't buy to mine BTC.  Cheesy

Today i have ROI :

1st week from receive i've Mined 0.3 BTC In 7 Days
From day 8 to now i have mined 35K DEM Coin, current market value (is rising fast) on Coinex : 0.000075 Each, Total 2.625 BTC

 Grin

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December 02, 2013, 03:14:13 PM
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oh, being optimistic w/ the shipping time, you'll have a week to use this at the 515m difficulty level, netting you 0.31 bitcoins, 0.31 for the 10 days after that (if you're lucky w/ ~30% difficulty jump), 0.22, 0.154, 0.108, 0.0756, 0.05292, 0.037044.

I'm glad I wasn't taken up on that 1.5 offer


All True  Wink
Only one problems : i haven't buy to mine BTC  Wink

As i said.......i haven't buy to mine BTC.  Cheesy

Today i have ROI :

1st week from receive i've Mined 0.3 BTC In 7 Days
From day 8 to now i have mined 35K DEM Coin, current market value (is rising fast) on Coinex : 0.000075 Each, Total 2.625 BTC

 Grin

Congratulations Sampey - well done. I wish I knew enough about altcoin trends to make something like that work out.

scotjam
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