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April 22, 2014, 06:02:49 AM
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April 22, 2014, 06:04:42 AM
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Squall, someone with so much experience with bitcoin and so much rep in bitciintalk, would lead me to expect that you can assemble any type of miner Cheesy

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April 22, 2014, 06:08:32 AM
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Squall, someone with so much experience with bitcoin and so much rep in bitciintalk, would lead me to expect that you can assemble any type of miner Cheesy

Hee hee ha, Reputation does not mean knowledge. People here know I am just not good at linux, I am moving towards web/Ethernet gui's for ease of use.
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April 22, 2014, 06:36:04 AM
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0.6 for all

25 min left and LAST call.

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April 22, 2014, 06:59:45 AM
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I offer 0.065 BTC for all

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April 22, 2014, 07:01:48 AM
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Misplaced a zero, 0.65 BTC of course

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April 22, 2014, 07:02:11 AM
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I offer 0.065 BTC for all

I have to clarify if you ment 0.65  Shocked 

With 15 sec left you were obviously sniping.  Grin 
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April 22, 2014, 07:02:56 AM
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0.7 then, is the previous bid still valid if made after the end time?

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April 22, 2014, 07:04:26 AM
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With 15 sec left you were obviously sniping.  Grin 

Indeed, I'm a professional sniper.  Grin
Already offered 0.4 BTC before, no sense to go behind that

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April 22, 2014, 07:05:10 AM
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0.7 then, is the previous bid still valid if made after the end time?

Afraid he was 15 seconds in! It counts and this auction is over, Sorry.
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April 22, 2014, 07:06:26 AM
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0.7 then, is the previous bid still valid if made after the end time?

Afraid he was 15 seconds in! It counts and this auction is over, Sorry.

i saw the bid and it was lower than mine hence why i didnt counter until it was clarified. are you really saying you are accepting a mistake bid as the winner?

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April 22, 2014, 07:10:23 AM
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i saw the bid and it was lower than mine hence why i didnt counter until it was clarified. are you really saying you are accepting a mistake bid as the winner?

You saw it only after auction ended, otherwise you could have countered just to be sure.
Better luck next time.

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April 22, 2014, 07:12:19 AM
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0.7 then, is the previous bid still valid if made after the end time?

Afraid he was 15 seconds in! It counts and this auction is over, Sorry.

i saw the bid and it was lower than mine hence why i didnt counter until it was clarified. are you really saying you are accepting a mistake bid as the winner?

I think so, I have seen comments of auctions accepting out of time bids, It's not pretty, I have to stay strict even if i'm the one loosing out.

I dont think it's a matter of counter bidding, we dont get that option on e-bay, Time is time in this auction, Some people say 5 min extra if someone bids but I did not say it, I have to try and be fair and true.

Thanks for the interest though.
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April 22, 2014, 07:15:31 AM
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0.7 then, is the previous bid still valid if made after the end time?

Afraid he was 15 seconds in! It counts and this auction is over, Sorry.

i saw the bid and it was lower than mine hence why i didnt counter until it was clarified. are you really saying you are accepting a mistake bid as the winner?

I think so, I have seen comments of auctions accepting out of time bids, It's not pretty, I have to stay strict even if i'm the one loosing out.

I dont think it's a matter of counter bidding, we dont get that option on e-bay, Time is time in this auction, Some people say 5 min extra if someone bids but I did not say it, I have to try and be fair and true.

Thanks for the interest though.

i saw the bid in time, but noted it was lower than mine so ignored it. if entering a lower amount in ebay the bid would not be accepted. i then noticed the clarification came after the auction end time.

anyway you are free to sell to whoever you want, good luck with your sale but i would expect rules of the auction to be followed by a hero member.

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April 22, 2014, 07:18:27 AM
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I also think this is petty, I am the one loosing out here, I think we will not see eye to eye now or in the future,
I followed my rules, I have checked by mods before, That is the procedure here, Afraid I will have to ignore you and never deal with you, This could get messy down the road.
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April 22, 2014, 07:24:00 AM
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i saw the bid in time, but noted it was lower than mine so ignored it. if entering a lower amount in ebay the bid would not be accepted. i then noticed the clarification came after the auction end time.

anyway you are free to sell to whoever you want, good luck with your sale but i would expect rules of the auction to be followed by a hero member.

You are making a fool of yourself.

If this auction was hosted on ebay my offer would have been refused by the interface and I could have fixed it. Also I would have set an automatic bidder up to the maximum amount I was willing to pay.

Finally, posts made here cannot be edited unless replied to so I had NO WAY to fix it, instead I could have outbid you IF you replied and the amount was acceptable.

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April 22, 2014, 07:26:37 AM
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good luck with your sale guys, as long as you are both happy with the outcome thats all that matters Smiley

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April 22, 2014, 07:45:31 AM
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i saw the bid in time, but noted it was lower than mine so ignored it. if entering a lower amount in ebay the bid would not be accepted. i then noticed the clarification came after the auction end time.

anyway you are free to sell to whoever you want, good luck with your sale but i would expect rules of the auction to be followed by a hero member.

You are making a fool of yourself.

If this auction was hosted on ebay my offer would have been refused by the interface and I could have fixed it. Also I would have set an automatic bidder up to the maximum amount I was willing to pay.

Finally, posts made here cannot be edited unless replied to so I had NO WAY to fix it, instead I could have outbid you IF you replied and the amount was acceptable.

i just noticed this and the irony is fantastic, seems you are not new to auction controversy

IMHO Guidelines are clear:
"Sellers: Be precise in your auction description and terms, keep track of your auction and make sure the bidders are always informed."

VinCeCream offer was late by >1 minute.
Auction conditions changed after end time too.

Of course I strongly disagree on this and would welcome (and accept) a neutral third party decision.

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April 22, 2014, 07:51:13 AM
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i just noticed this and the irony is fantastic, seems you are not new to auction controversy

IMHO Guidelines are clear:
"Sellers: Be precise in your auction description and terms, keep track of your auction and make sure the bidders are always informed."

VinCeCream offer was late by >1 minute.
Auction conditions changed after end time too.

Of course I strongly disagree on this and would welcome (and accept) a neutral third party decision.

Controversy is common when there are people like you around unwilling to take a loss after they are lazy with non-extendable auctions  Wink

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