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November 21, 2011, 12:19:38 AM
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Real simple (for newly registered users only)...

1. Register on Mokimarket.com and use coupon code: bitcoin for 20 free credits
3. Bid on the bitcoin auction
4. Post bitcoin address plus the mokimarket username you registered in this post.

Once I confirm you have completed these 3 simple steps, I will send .1 bitcoins to your address

The coupon code will only 20 times, so if it doesn't work, it's probably because you were too late.

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November 21, 2011, 12:32:49 AM
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Completed the 3 steps.

Username: k

14FzYsC7KCA9CtjBHKjNgLdkoHncwCSHmT

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November 21, 2011, 12:34:24 AM
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Completed the 3 steps.

Username: k

14FzYsC7KCA9CtjBHKjNgLdkoHncwCSHmT

thanks

Coins sent!

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November 21, 2011, 01:48:52 AM
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in 12 mins a $20.00 evoucher will be sold for 0.02,

hes not just giving away bitcoins hes giving away products!

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November 21, 2011, 01:55:03 AM
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you're giving away 20 cents worth of bitcoin ?

Lame
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November 21, 2011, 02:08:49 AM
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Well the free credits can be used to get more than just the .1 bitcoins.

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November 21, 2011, 02:46:35 AM
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I'm trying to register,  but your registration form wont let me register because the password I am trying to use: "WxbdnoZ-E^n]wRmz%'zmj.VQrK/9:Z,M"

is too weak.


I'm pretty sure that password is decently strong.

Please fix it so I can register for your site.

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November 21, 2011, 03:53:37 AM
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I'm trying to register,  but your registration form wont let me register because the password I am trying to use: "WxbdnoZ-E^n]wRmz%'zmj.VQrK/9:Z,M"

is too weak.

I'm pretty sure that password is decently strong.

Please fix it so I can register for your site.

lol! too weak.

+1 love your site looks and feels gr8

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November 21, 2011, 06:40:44 AM
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Nice site, Hope it catch on,

BTW I don't like the dog's face expression.

Why package credits if they're all 1:100.

The main image with 5 ipod/ipad is overcrowded and badly resized. To me that image made the site look like a scam at first sight.

If I understand correctly, the 500gb hdd is 5$ shipped worldwide ?
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November 21, 2011, 08:13:51 AM
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the coupon code is not available yet?

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November 21, 2011, 11:28:53 AM
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Nice site, Hope it catch on,

BTW I don't like the dog's face expression.

Why package credits if they're all 1:100.

The main image with 5 ipod/ipad is overcrowded and badly resized. To me that image made the site look like a scam at first sight.

If I understand correctly, the 500gb hdd is 5$ shipped worldwide ?

Haha, yea the site name came from my dog, hence the corny picture.

And you are right I think the main image is a poor representative of the site. I doubt anyone will be getting $500 electronics on the site, but you can definitely get good deal, just check out my ended auctions and you will see that the math usually favors the winning bidder.

And sorry, each auctions states shipping for US and canada only.

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November 21, 2011, 11:30:10 AM
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the coupon code is not available yet?

Yes it's still available. I might be away from my computer today, but I will still send coins once I get back from work.

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November 21, 2011, 11:46:05 AM
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I'm trying to register,  but your registration form wont let me register because the password I am trying to use: "WxbdnoZ-E^n]wRmz%'zmj.VQrK/9:Z,M"

is too weak.

I'm pretty sure that password is decently strong.

Please fix it so I can register for your site.

lol! too weak.

+1 love your site looks and feels gr8

Lol, it will still allow you to register even with you "weak" password.

Thanks, I tried to make it as easy to use as possible.

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November 21, 2011, 02:13:10 PM
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Yea the password strength meter is broken Smiley

anyway

username: kwukduck
address: 1LTm55vdCgaeP23Yc4dqETM1fm4SDW2dVZ

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November 21, 2011, 02:16:03 PM
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I just managed to register with my "very week"  40+ character password.

It is my first time posting a penny auction,  can you guys give me any advice?

http://www.mokimarket.com/auction_details/248

It is currently set at 48 Hours,  and 1 Credit to bid....


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November 21, 2011, 04:38:04 PM
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I just managed to register with my "very week"  40+ character password.

It is my first time posting a penny auction,  can you guys give me any advice?

http://www.mokimarket.com/auction_details/248

It is currently set at 48 Hours,  and 1 Credit to bid....



First, thanks for trying out my site, here are my suggestions:

Your credits per bid is really low, you probably want to do something more like 20 credits or 50 credits per bid for the value of the item you posted.

1) Lets say your auction get's bidded up to $2, 1 credit per bid will only earn you 200*1=200 credits, however 50 credits per bid will earn you 10000 credits. Thats enough credits to easily win many other items posted on the site

2) I think it's great you posted that many bitcoins on the site, but I would suggest maybe posting a lower value item at first (1 casasious bitcoin perhaps??). Many bidders will feel uncomfortable spendig credits on auctions from sellers with 0 feedback rating as they have a high tenden not to ship items so you are probably not getting the most value for you auction. Once you get a good feedback rating, you will get many more bidders. Also this will give you a chance to get a feel how the system works.

Now, my site won't allow you to edit auctions once there are bids placed and you already have 4 bidders. However, if you want to repost, just pm me and I will refund bidders their credits and delete post from the backend so you could repost with my suggestions. Also, if your okay with your posts, that fine by me as it's possible it may get bidded up high; but just my recommendation as I rather you not have a bad experience.

Also, I will work on fixing the password issue, thanks for pointing that out; I'm definitely open to any feedback how I can make the system better.

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November 21, 2011, 04:39:26 PM
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Yea the password strength meter is broken Smiley

anyway

username: kwukduck
address: 1LTm55vdCgaeP23Yc4dqETM1fm4SDW2dVZ

I'll send your bitcoins by the end of the day.

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November 21, 2011, 05:23:49 PM
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I just read a bit more about how your site works.

I suspect you would get WAAAAY more users if you offered a way to redeem credits back into Bitcoins.

If you can offer something like that, I will post a whole bunch more brand new popular electronics gear.


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November 21, 2011, 06:16:25 PM
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I just read a bit more about how your site works.

I suspect you would get WAAAAY more users if you offered a way to redeem credits back into Bitcoins.

If you can offer something like that, I will post a whole bunch more brand new popular electronics gear.



We used to have a cash out feature that allowed users to exchange credits with 20% withdraw fee, but technically that wasn't legal so we got rid of it.

Our solution was to allow members the ability to freely transfer credits to one another, that way two agreeing parties could exchange Credits for bitcoins, cash, in whatever currency they want without incurring a site transaction cost and on their own agreed upon terms. This also keeps the system honest, as we can't give away to many free credits without devaluing our credit system.

As we grow users, sellers should be able to easily sell excess credits to other users in our Marketplace forum: http://www.mokimarket.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=8&sid=045dea70ce02837f472eacbdaa50bfe7

Keep in mind that while our site definitely has inherent capibilities that will eventually make it easier for sellers to make profits, we market it more as a bartering exchange. Post good you dont want or services you have to offer, earn credits, and then use those credits to win other items.

**Unofficially since we are still quite new we still buy back credits from sellers Wink , so if you want to talk terms let me know!

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November 21, 2011, 06:27:33 PM
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How many seconds are added to the timer per bid?
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