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January 19, 2012, 09:15:54 PM
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so after the recent fiascos with LIF.A / B / C and most GLBSE listed stocks showing zero to no trading and a devastating curve, I have liquidated ALL my assets there.

i believe you are the only one who still maintains a profitable business.

can you please post the revenue / dividends of the past few weeks and your current projection, as well as the number of shares, owner structure? might be that I'd just put all the remaining eggs in one basket. you just need to give me a reason other than "do it".

cheers!

MergedMining and FPGA.contract are happily paying dividends. I'd call at least these 2 a "profitable business" (these are the only ones apart from BitCoinTorrentz I follow). The yearly ROI of both is currently around 35-38%.



I have my own mining thing going on, so mining isn't interesting for me to invest in. Sorry, should've said that.
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January 20, 2012, 03:14:11 AM
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We usually get dividends on the 15th.  Did that change?

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January 20, 2012, 09:19:21 AM
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so after the recent fiascos with LIF.A / B / C and most GLBSE listed stocks showing zero to no trading and a devastating curve, I have liquidated ALL my assets there.

i believe you are the only one who still maintains a profitable business.

can you please post the revenue / dividends of the past few weeks and your current projection, as well as the number of shares, owner structure? might be that I'd just put all the remaining eggs in one basket. you just need to give me a reason other than "do it".

cheers!

MergedMining and FPGA.contract are happily paying dividends. I'd call at least these 2 a "profitable business" (these are the only ones apart from BitCoinTorrentz I follow). The yearly ROI of both is currently around 35-38%.



I have my own mining thing going on, so mining isn't interesting for me to invest in. Sorry, should've said that.

well, I was answering to you saying "i believe you are the only one who still maintains a profitable business.". maybe you really meant to say: "i believe you are the only one who still maintains a business that might be interesting to me"?

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January 20, 2012, 11:27:00 AM
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so after the recent fiascos with LIF.A / B / C and most GLBSE listed stocks showing zero to no trading and a devastating curve, I have liquidated ALL my assets there.

i believe you are the only one who still maintains a profitable business.

can you please post the revenue / dividends of the past few weeks and your current projection, as well as the number of shares, owner structure? might be that I'd just put all the remaining eggs in one basket. you just need to give me a reason other than "do it".

cheers!

MergedMining and FPGA.contract are happily paying dividends. I'd call at least these 2 a "profitable business" (these are the only ones apart from BitCoinTorrentz I follow). The yearly ROI of both is currently around 35-38%.



I have my own mining thing going on, so mining isn't interesting for me to invest in. Sorry, should've said that.

well, I was answering to you saying "i believe you are the only one who still maintains a profitable business.". maybe you really meant to say: "i believe you are the only one who still maintains a business that might be interesting to me"?


That's what I said when I said I was sorry and that I should've said that.
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January 20, 2012, 08:02:12 PM
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minor nitpick about bundle prices:

the cost per GB is the same with every bundle:

GB / BTC / BTC per GB
10   0,25   0,025
20   0,5   0,025
35   0,875   0,025
50   1,25   0,025

i dunno if you would want to add a little incentive to buy bigger packages`
something along the lines of

GB / BTC / BTC per GB
10   0,25   0,025
20   0,45   0,023
30   0,66   0,022
50   1,00   0,020
75   1,35   0,018


just sayin'.

I would think that "leftover" BTC from unused traffic would be part of your profit?
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January 20, 2012, 08:47:00 PM
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That's what I said when I said I was sorry and that I should've said that.

sorry, I should've read more closely. no hard feelings, I hope.

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January 20, 2012, 08:48:54 PM
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That's what I said when I said I was sorry and that I should've said that.

sorry, I should've read more closely. no hard feelings, I hope.


you're sorry?
well I'M SORRY!

err. what?

have a nice weekend!
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January 21, 2012, 04:38:36 AM
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I'm having trouble getting to the downloading portion.  I copy+pasted the .torrent URL, and it went on to the next page with the BTC cost.  Upon clicking the "Download Torrent" button however, I either get an invisible window with a visible X button (in Firefox) or a "The website cannot display the page" popup in IE9.  Is something screwed up with the server temporarily?
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January 24, 2012, 06:14:01 AM
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FTP access still available? I sent an email a few days ago but never got a reply.
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January 24, 2012, 06:40:34 AM
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Anyone know where the boss man is I haven't seen any posts in a while which is unusual?

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January 24, 2012, 08:59:42 AM
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Anyone know where the boss man is I haven't seen any posts in a while which is unusual?

probably sharing a cell with Kim Dotcom Schmitz...
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January 24, 2012, 04:12:38 PM
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Anyone know where the boss man is I haven't seen any posts in a while which is unusual?

probably sharing a cell with Kim Dotcom Schmitz...

NOOO! SELL, SELL, SELL!

(caveat: so I can buy more)

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January 24, 2012, 07:36:05 PM
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Hi Guys,

My sincere apologies for not being around lately. I started a new job on the 9th of jan, and I'm still learning the ropes. It's a pretty daunting job that requires a LOT of my time. So I won't be as active around here in the future as I was. Please feel free to drop me a PM any time however. And the site pretty much runs on autopilot.

The major reason I haven't been around though is because I have been without internet access at home for almost 2 weeks now. I spilled about 1/2 a pint of water over my macbook last week (my only machine right now) and it wouldn't power on or charge, no signs of life whatsoever. Finally got a chance to take it to the repair place yesterday, and after they looked at it and said the logic board was corroded and would need to be replaced. In total about €900 to have it repaired, almost as much as the bloody thing cost.

Needless to say, I didn't pay, and took it back home. I'm not the kind of person to just take no for an answer though, so I intended to clean off the corroded sections as best I could, and take it to another apple repair place to see if I could get them to overlook the true cause of the problem and repair it under warranty. Wink

So I popped the hood, roughly cleaned away the affected areas thinking it was already done for. It wasn't nearly as bad as I expected though, just a few specks of greenish discoloration in a few places on the motherboard. So, I tinkered around a bit with it, and when I put the case back on, I was absolutely gobsmacked when I pressed the power button and it sprang back immediately into life. It even restored my session from last week. Heh!

Needless to say, I have just finished composing an extremely pompous email to the technician that 'diagnosed' my machine. After I had finished transferring a significant fraction of my bitcoin stash to another location, of course! That was a close one. Waaay too close. Take heed from my near-miss people. Make sure your main machine doesn't get water spilled over it, ever... or make sure you back up your wallets properly!

Anywho, I'm back now. Intermittently at least. Cheesy

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January 24, 2012, 09:41:52 PM
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My apologies for missing this months dividend payment on the 16th. This was due to unforeseen technical errors. Cheesy

I will be making this month's dividend payment as soon as the GLBSE deposit is confirmed. The period is from 16th Dec up to and including today, Jan 24th. Next month's dividend payment will be Feb 24th, and so on for future months.

Monthly Earnings: 6.7440812 btc
Dividend/Share: 0.006744081 btc
Investor ROI: 3.37%
Total ROI for IPO investors: 38.27%

New Users: 25
Monthly Downloads: 351
Total Bandwidth: 767 GB

The earnings figures are down this month compared with last due to the huge increase in the btc:usd exchange rate, and the resultant price reduction I offered. A likely reason for reduced earnings figures also is the fact that the spike in the previous months was caused by the bandwidth-purchase system and some existing users are using pre-purchased bandwidth rather than paying for downloads ad-hoc. The key growth figures still look good though. 25 new users, the number of downloads has increased by 10% compared with last month and bandwidth usage by 19.75%.

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January 24, 2012, 11:39:00 PM
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The key growth figures still look good though. 25 new users, the number of downloads has increased by 10% compared with last month and bandwidth usage by 19.75%.

Damnit, I was hoping you'd be "offline" for longer so some people would sell and I could snatch up more shares Wink.

It's good to see the healthy growth.

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January 24, 2012, 11:51:40 PM
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Investor ROI: 3.37%

How is this calculated? Using a share price of 0.68 BTC (lowest ask), I arrive at 11%/year

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January 24, 2012, 11:58:16 PM
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Investor ROI: 3.37%

How is this calculated? Using a share price of 0.68 BTC (lowest ask), I arrive at 11%/year

Hey molecular. That is the lowest ask in the secondary market. The price I originally offered the shares for was 0.2 btc/share, so I am basing my investor ROI on the shares bought from me at this price at the IPO.

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January 25, 2012, 09:52:15 AM
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Investor ROI: 3.37%

How is this calculated? Using a share price of 0.68 BTC (lowest ask), I arrive at 11%/year

Hey molecular. That is the lowest ask in the secondary market. The price I originally offered the shares for was 0.2 btc/share, so I am basing my investor ROI on the shares bought from me at this price at the IPO.

Ah, I see, this is the monthly ROI. I understand.

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January 26, 2012, 03:53:07 PM
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Just wanted to list myself as a satisfied customer. Everything worked quickly and without a hitch. Wouldn't have been possible without bitcoin. Thanks for the great service.
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January 27, 2012, 01:46:33 AM
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Just wanted to list myself as a satisfied customer. Everything worked quickly and without a hitch. Wouldn't have been possible without bitcoin. Thanks for the great service.

This is nice to hear, greg.

I've been a user and shareholder of bitcointorrentz pretty much from the start.
One tends to forget how awesome something is once it has become part of ones routine. bitcointorrentz is one of the 3 services I actually use bitcoin to pay for regularly.

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