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May 24, 2014, 06:01:29 PM
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I was trying to understand how collateral would work. Seems like a long process to get btc. However looks like people will go pretty far

Like anything fiat based, people will go to the point of killing for it.
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May 24, 2014, 06:11:06 PM
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I was trying to understand how collateral would work. Seems like a long process to get btc. However looks like people will go pretty far

not really.

hardly anyone here sends physical collateral.  heck, most dont even have any!

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May 24, 2014, 06:35:37 PM
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I was trying to understand how collateral would work. Seems like a long process to get btc. However looks like people will go pretty far

not really.

hardly anyone here sends physical collateral.  heck, most dont even have any!

Normally people only seem to do physical collateral if people live near each other.
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May 24, 2014, 07:13:08 PM
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I was trying to understand how collateral would work. Seems like a long process to get btc. However looks like people will go pretty far

not really.

hardly anyone here sends physical collateral.  heck, most dont even have any!

Normally people only seem to do physical collateral if people live near each other.

Even then, most people to prefer to give/hold stable altcoins/shares as collaterals.  Less work, and also encourages crypto-currencies Smiley

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May 25, 2014, 10:39:12 AM
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I was trying to understand how collateral would work. Seems like a long process to get btc. However looks like people will go pretty far

not really.

hardly anyone here sends physical collateral.  heck, most dont even have any!

Normally people only seem to do physical collateral if people live near each other.

Even then, most people to prefer to give/hold stable altcoins/shares as collaterals.  Less work, and also encourages crypto-currencies Smiley

Yeah, couple of months ago i saw a loan ask with 42 coin, not sure the person ever asked for them back because of how fast they dropped.
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May 25, 2014, 09:19:37 PM
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Does anyone give out loans to bitcoin gamblers.
Hi,
Sorry but with just one sentence we can not give you anything..you have to provide additional info, but Yes i can give you loan if you are a gambler and offer me a nice collateral i iwll love to help Smiley
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May 25, 2014, 09:48:15 PM
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I have to ask after reading everything and also i want to see what jonald_fyookbal will propose .

I would like to borrow 0.03508 ($20)
I will pay the loan back with 20% interest (0.00701) Total = 0.04209
Length of the loan will be 24hours.
Purpose of the loan: Invest in a dice site. Times are tough and 20Th/s of mining power aint paying my bill Smiley
Wallet: 1BRgvefWq7iA4Ffkahje8ULBsDuKXNKBQn


Collateral please pm for the options

Also our company has 1oz gold coins and silver coins available as well as 1Th/s Coincraft Units.

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May 25, 2014, 10:01:35 PM
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Who said I was proposing anything?

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May 25, 2014, 10:16:33 PM
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I have to ask after reading everything and also i want to see what jonald_fyookbal will propose .

I would like to borrow 0.03508 ($20)
I will pay the loan back with 20% interest (0.00701) Total = 0.04209
Length of the loan will be 24hours.
Purpose of the loan: Invest in a dice site. Times are tough and 20Th/s of mining power aint paying my bill Smiley
Wallet: 1BRgvefWq7iA4Ffkahje8ULBsDuKXNKBQn


Collateral please pm for the options

Also our company has 1oz gold coins and silver coins available as well as 1Th/s Coincraft Units.

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Although your story is completely or somewhat bull,  I'll do this for a collateral, no problem Smiley  A stable altcoin should do.  PMed you.

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May 25, 2014, 10:25:33 PM
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Its all true except the actual loan request.

0.03 is just a great start to becoming the richest day trader....in the world
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May 25, 2014, 10:43:21 PM
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Its all true except the actual loan request.

0.03 is just a great start to becoming the richest day trader....in the world

Well I've PMed you if you are serious about the loan...  Of course you wouldn't really need with 20 TH/s Tongue  But I'll do it nonetheless.  You haven't responded to my PM yet so I decided to post here :-/

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May 26, 2014, 12:31:21 AM
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Does anyone give out loans to bitcoin gamblers.

Only good gamblers  - but they never need loans, because they are good gamblers.

HAHA this made me lol

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May 26, 2014, 01:02:44 AM
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Unless there's collateral the loaner might as well hop on a coin site and bet the coins themselves.

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May 26, 2014, 04:02:57 AM
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I hear ya. Im aint taking no .035 loan. But still if we could incorporate a safe way of doing these loans with ease there is opportunity for some good returns.
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May 26, 2014, 08:59:18 AM
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I have to ask after reading everything and also i want to see what jonald_fyookbal will propose .

I would like to borrow 0.03508 ($20)
I will pay the loan back with 20% interest (0.00701) Total = 0.04209
Length of the loan will be 24hours.
Purpose of the loan: Invest in a dice site. Times are tough and 20Th/s of mining power aint paying my bill Smiley
Wallet: 1BRgvefWq7iA4Ffkahje8ULBsDuKXNKBQn


Collateral please pm for the options

Also our company has 1oz gold coins and silver coins available as well as 1Th/s Coincraft Units.

CryptEco Tech


Why is it always an empty address they want the BTC to? Why is it never their hot wallet.
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May 26, 2014, 03:10:53 PM
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Whats the difference>?

excuse my ignorance
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May 26, 2014, 03:38:33 PM
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I have to ask after reading everything and also i want to see what jonald_fyookbal will propose .

I would like to borrow 0.03508 ($20)
I will pay the loan back with 20% interest (0.00701) Total = 0.04209
Length of the loan will be 24hours.
Purpose of the loan: Invest in a dice site. Times are tough and 20Th/s of mining power aint paying my bill Smiley
Wallet: 1BRgvefWq7iA4Ffkahje8ULBsDuKXNKBQn


Collateral please pm for the options

Also our company has 1oz gold coins and silver coins available as well as 1Th/s Coincraft Units.

CryptEco Tech


Why is it always an empty address they want the BTC to? Why is it never their hot wallet.

That's just good practice for privacy reasons.  Good wallet implementation
gives you many addresses.  If you want them to prove they own funds,
that is something a seperate request should be made for.

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