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Author Topic: Signature space - Sr. member - 4000+ posts - around 200 posts per month  (Read 506 times)
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May 03, 2014, 05:48:07 PM
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So I've decided to auction off my signature. I make on average around 200 posts per month, sometimes more, sometimes less. The rules for this auction are:

  • No NSFW content
  • No scams or shady businesses
  • Gambling sites are fine as long as it's a reputable one (Has substantial Trust feedback, feedback on announcement thread, etc. , PM me to verify the service you want to advertise fits)
  • The link must go to a Bitcointalk thread (such as the announcement of your site)
  • You will get the first line and can use any size of text you want, however, I have to be able to put a second line (with the default text size)
  • No coloured backgrounds
  • Your advertisement will have a notice, as in: "Advertisement: <your advertisement here>"
  • I have the right to reject bids or advertisements. You can offer a different one of course.
  • If the service turns out to be a scam, I'll remove the ad and your money will not be refunded.

25% of the profit will go to Sean's Outpost (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=295211.0). The minimum bid is 0.35 BTC and the minimum bid increment is 0.01 BTC. The auction will end on June 1st if there is at least 1 valid bid. If there isn't one, it'll end 1 week after the first valid bid.

I recommend using this format when bidding:

<amount of BTC you are bidding/are willing to pay per month> BTC for <amount of months>

For example:

Code:
0.35 BTC for 2 months
That means you'll have to pay 0.7 BTC if you win.

Code:
0.36 BTC for 1 month
That means you'll have to pay 0.36 BTC if you win.

Let the bidding begin.

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