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November 23, 2013, 07:22:11 AM
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Hey everyone,

StuffCoins.com is a no reserve auction site meant to be a simple way of getting rid of stuff you dont want and getting bitcoins.

How the site works:
-List items you no longer want (dvds, games, clothes)
-Users bid btc, no reserve, minimum 0.001
-Seller covers shipping and receives btc upon buyer receipt
-We have a resolution system setup for users not confirming receipt, buyers not shipping, and other scenarios


Earn 0.001 btc per site referral!
I've just added a referral system built into the site. For each person you refer who successfully completes an auction, you will receive 0.001 btc.
-Create an account @ http://www.stuffcoins.com/register.php
-Go to http://www.stuffcoins.com/refer.php to get your referral links
-Referrals will show what link they originated from so you know where your referrals come from

Let me know if you have any questions/suggestions!

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November 23, 2013, 09:53:16 AM
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I will try your site.

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November 23, 2013, 09:57:09 AM
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Site looks good! Maybe I'll use it in the near future.
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November 23, 2013, 11:27:57 AM
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It looks good but there are people make auction for 0.001BTC into $1 amazon card ? I think the value 0.001 BTC more than that

Oh my God.

Learn how to do maths correctly, please.
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November 23, 2013, 03:52:22 PM
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I will try your site.

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November 23, 2013, 07:13:42 PM
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What kind of assurances do you have so that people can not scam the system buy not sending the coin or not sending the stuff?

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November 23, 2013, 07:19:33 PM
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It looks good but there are people make auction for 0.001BTC into $1 amazon card ? I think the value 0.001 BTC more than that

Oh my God.

Learn how to do maths correctly, please.

He means in 5 years, It'll be more than that Tongue
Anyways, site looks cool, perhaps the new bitmit.net with a reddit sort of feel Tongue

I'm a bit concered for the fact that you are selling a $5 USD amazon gift card, 1 day left, and no one has bid yet, if I bid, no one else bids, will you still give it to me?  That would be causing your site more and more of a loss.

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http://www.stuffcoins.com/details/193-borderlands-2-unconquered/offers/

Dafuq? 1 BTC bid, when it's going for $5 USD on ebay?

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November 23, 2013, 08:03:02 PM
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Why i cant make price bigger, only starting 0.001?
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November 23, 2013, 09:24:17 PM
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What kind of assurances do you have so that people can not scam the system buy not sending the coin or not sending the stuff?

The site is meant for no reserve auctions, so most will sell for low amounts. In order to bid you have to deposit into the site so the coins are there for the seller. Then once the buyer leaves feedback or doesn't respond, the coins are credited to you. The more people use the site the easier it will get to tell who is trying to screw who in the event of something like that happening. Some info on our policy with handling those kinds of issues:
http://www.stuffcoins.com/stuffcoins_guarantee.php
http://www.stuffcoins.com/rules.php



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Anyways, site looks cool, perhaps the new bitmit.net with a reddit sort of feel Tongue

I'm a bit concered for the fact that you are selling a $5 USD amazon gift card, 1 day left, and no one has bid yet, if I bid, no one else bids, will you still give it to me?  That would be causing your site more and more of a loss.

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http://www.stuffcoins.com/details/193-borderlands-2-unconquered/offers/

Dafuq? 1 BTC bid, when it's going for $5 USD on ebay?

If you win it, I will send it! Smiley The sites only been up for 2-3 days. I've already sent reddit gold, $5 AMZ, $1 AMZ to users won way too low. I'm still testing some features so think of it as payment for helping me test the site, and contributing to the feedback system.
The 1btc thing was a glitch, its been removed.




Why i cant make price bigger, only starting 0.001?
Right now the site doesn't allow for reserves, buy it nows, or anything like that. Auctions just start at 0.001btc. The concept was just for people to get rid of things they no longer want and maybe get some btc. If this idea doesn't stick I'll look into allowing different starting bids.

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November 23, 2013, 09:43:23 PM
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ok cool, thanks for answering, I'll be depositing now.
Just a few more questions:

- The referral bonus - it's for when the referrals win an auction, or when one of their auctions get sold?
- When we get overbid, does the coins go back into our stuffcoins account or bitcoin address?
- Is anything instant on the site other than deposit?

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November 23, 2013, 09:49:14 PM
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ok cool, thanks for answering, I'll be depositing now.
Just a few more questions:

- The referral bonus - it's for when the referrals win an auction, or when one of their auctions get sold?
- When we get overbid, does the coins go back into our stuffcoins account or bitcoin address?
- Is anything instant on the site other than deposit?

-Bonus is paid when the referral sells an item and receives feedback (either from the buyer or the automated closing system)
-If you are outbid you will receive an email and the coins go into your stuffcoins balance.
-The auctions are all automated, referral bonuses, etc. The only reason withdrawals aren't automated right now is because the site is new and I'm trying to tread carefully just incase theres any exploitable bugs. I'm checking the withdrawal list every few hours atm, and then will do so daily until its automated. You can always post on one of these threads or send in an email if its been more than a day. http://www.stuffcoins.com/contact.php

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November 23, 2013, 09:50:31 PM
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Just posting to verify that this service is legit, I just bought a $1 gift card from Amazon and I received the item with no problem from the seller. I will definitely be using this site in the future!

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January 15, 2014, 01:42:49 AM
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StuffCoins.com appears to be a scam.  I deposited a small amount of BTC to place a bid.  After being outbit, I requested a withdrawal.  It has been a week and I have not received.  I have tried multiple times to contact the site admin and have received no response.

Do not send your BTC or DOGE to StuffCoins.com!  Sad

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Did I say something useful? BTC: 19NbeTWX7pvvSHSnaM9Qze7JD4fBPfpbNT | LTC: LdfQP6iPma4kVoUbcPx356ZQyGnHfE6qek
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January 19, 2014, 03:41:56 AM
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StuffCoins.com appears to be a scam.  I deposited a small amount of BTC to place a bid.  After being outbit, I requested a withdrawal.  It has been a week and I have not received.  I have tried multiple times to contact the site admin and have received no response.

Do not send your BTC or DOGE to StuffCoins.com!  Sad


Not a scam, your payment was sent!

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January 19, 2014, 05:50:05 PM
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StuffCoins.com appears to be a scam.  I deposited a small amount of BTC to place a bid.  After being outbit, I requested a withdrawal.  It has been a week and I have not received.  I have tried multiple times to contact the site admin and have received no response.

Do not send your BTC or DOGE to StuffCoins.com!  Sad

After about 2 weeks, I finally did receive a payout from the site.  It appears that the site is disabling their BTC functionality to focus on DOGE.  Maybe not a scam, but still frustrating.

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