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September 08, 2011, 06:50:13 PM
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Hi,  I posted a similar thread about this a little while back.

Notice that current BTC price is a little low to mine for some?  Did you buy some nice equipment but aren't making the returns you would like?

Here's the deal.  I get free electricity as part of my lease agreement.  How would you like to get those returns back faster by setting up your rig at my place?

Obviously, I can't screw you over in this deal.  You will know my name, you will know where I live. 

I'm located near Chicago.  Post a reply stating your interest.  To secure the deal, I will need a look at your electric bill for 1-month while mining.  I am asking for pay equal to 1/2 your electric bill while mining.  So, if your mining electric bill was $200/mo, then I will save you $100/mo by charging you $100/mo.

Interested?

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September 08, 2011, 07:11:21 PM
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your home, or business lease agreement?

are you in an apartment complex, or a smaller residential house?

who will notice if your electricity costs rocket up by $200-$500 in the course of a month's time?

how old are you?
how long do you plan on staying in the area?
what is your current employment?

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September 08, 2011, 07:21:39 PM
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your home, or business lease agreement?

are you in an apartment complex, or a smaller residential house?

who will notice if your electricity costs rocket up by $200-$500 in the course of a month's time?

how old are you?
how long do you plan on staying in the area?
what is your current employment?

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I am renting out a room in the basement of a house.  There are 4 others living in the house besides me.  One nice thing about being in the basement is that it is consistently 10 degrees colder down here, and in the winter, it's downright chilly 24/7.  You might actually be able to help keep me warm on those cold, winter nights Smiley

The landlord would notice.  He owns several other properties.  My lease agreement is good until June so I'm not sure that he could do much about it.  If this concerns you, we could try a month-to-month thing to see what happens.

I turn 26 next month.  I'm a graduate student at the Jane Addams college of Social Work at UIC and I work in an adult inpatient psychiatric unit at a hospital in Elgin.  I plan on staying here at least until June.  I will complete my MSW this school year after which I may decide to relocate depending on job opportunities.


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September 08, 2011, 08:11:24 PM
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How large is your circuit breaker? If you are living with 4 others, I'm pretty sure your room mates would hate popping the circuit each time they turn something on.

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September 08, 2011, 08:15:44 PM
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How large is your circuit breaker? If you are living with 4 others, I'm pretty sure your room mates would hate popping the circuit each time they turn something on.

125 amps max.

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