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October 15, 2011, 05:49:56 PM
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Let's face, bitcoins have dropped in value substantially, why not try to get a little bit more for your coins by selling them as penny auctions? I have about 40 bitcoins left and I will be selling them all on MokiMarket.

MokiMarket.com is a new penny auction site in which users create the penny auctions.

Post your bitcoins for free, earn credits from selling your items, and convert your credits to cash or use them to bid on other penny auctions! It's basically a hybrid barter/ebay/craigslist system all in one!!
 
Sell your new or used electronics, jewelry, gift card, services, whatever you'd like on Mokimarket. You choose, how much it cost to bid on your item (anywhere from 1 credit ($0.01) per bid, to as high as 1000 credits ($10.00) per bid), and the duration of your auction. Sellers will receive final bid price plus 80% of all bid commission profits in credits which can easily be converted to cash.

Added Bonuses!!
1) The first 10 sellers to successfully sell items on our site and receive positive feedback, will receive 100% of the profits!
2) The first 20 users to sign up will receive 50 free credits by using coupon code: freecredit50

***Also if you would like to purchase credits to bid on items with bitcoins, I will convert them to equivalent number of credits based on the current exchange rate

Bitcoin Address: 1Pd4buk94aPRZoU7XeMjukaP3svtiV2jfM
 

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October 15, 2011, 06:03:14 PM
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Why don't you integrate a way for visitors to pay directly with Bitcoins?

Try Bit-pay.com
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We plan to based on the level of interest we receive in bitcoins as a method of transaction on our site

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