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March 18, 2011, 07:49:33 PM
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Any classified site would do.

Preferably a P2P posting system.
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March 18, 2011, 07:51:27 PM
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The marketplace is a craigslist I guess.

It's also free.

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March 18, 2011, 11:29:22 PM
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Hey Swizzler,  I run a site that does a couple things.  
First, it pulls all posts from Craigslist with the word "Bitcoin" or "Bitcoins" into a centralized place on a daily basis.  
It also allows you to submit classifieds directly to the site.

It's called www.bitcoinbulletin.com.

Currently showing a Kymco 250cc bike and the Blackberry MetroPC phone from Craigslist.

Check it out! Smiley

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