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June 26, 2014, 11:38:26 AM
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Hello everyone,

I've wrote a small script that running automated bidding on cloud mining contracts (currently CEX.io and Cryptsy). The script constantly monitoring GHS price and attempt to buy GHS at lower rates to keep average buying price as low as posible.
The script also uses the rewards for each block to buy additional GHS while keeping the overall value (in BTC).
If the price of GHS goes down, the script automatically sell part of the GHS to stop any loses.

Currently I'm running with +\- 500GHS (worth roughly 3.75BTC) which yield 0.01-0.015BTC daily (around 0.44 monthly). I am looking to expand my operation and increase it by 50GHS, I am raising the capital via bitbond - https://www.bitbond.net/issuer/bonds/1CKSVS3HRT

Also, I am looking for additional cloud mining sites, similar to CEX.IO and Cryptsy, which allow buying and selling via API.

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June 26, 2014, 07:30:46 PM
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A junior member looking for a loan with no collateral, hmm...

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June 26, 2014, 07:44:44 PM
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A junior member looking for a loan with no collateral, hmm...


This loan is done via BitBond, which has all my info, and collateral.
If I was to ask a loan directly on the forum and not via 3rd party I would place a collateral.

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June 26, 2014, 08:01:12 PM
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A junior member looking for a loan with no collateral, hmm...


This loan is done via BitBond, which has all my info, and collateral.
If I was to ask a loan directly on the forum and not via 3rd party I would place a collateral.
Bitbond has something of your's that can be sold at any time for the full amount of the loan?  ID is not collateral, you can see this by looking at the scammer haven BTCjam has become

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June 26, 2014, 08:10:02 PM
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A junior member looking for a loan with no collateral, hmm...


This loan is done via BitBond, which has all my info, and collateral.
If I was to ask a loan directly on the forum and not via 3rd party I would place a collateral.
Bitbond has something of your's that can be sold at any time for the full amount of the loan?  ID is not collateral, you can see this by looking at the scammer haven BTCjam has become

If you look at my Bitbond account, you'll see I have paid 8 out of 10 loans (2 are still ongoing). So I am not a scammer. I have funds deposited on bitbond to cover upcoming payments.

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June 26, 2014, 08:38:48 PM
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A junior member looking for a loan with no collateral, hmm...


This loan is done via BitBond, which has all my info, and collateral.
If I was to ask a loan directly on the forum and not via 3rd party I would place a collateral.
Bitbond has something of your's that can be sold at any time for the full amount of the loan?  ID is not collateral, you can see this by looking at the scammer haven BTCjam has become

If you look at my Bitbond account, you'll see I have paid 8 out of 10 loans (2 are still ongoing). So I am not a scammer. I have funds deposited on bitbond to cover upcoming payments.

That means nothing, and doesn't prove that you aren't a scammer. If you already have funds deposited, it proves that you are taking out loans to build trust, possibly to take out an even larger one in the future and not pay back.
Welcome to Bitcointalk. No collateral or trust = No loan.
Please lock this thread and go away.
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June 26, 2014, 08:42:36 PM
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A junior member looking for a loan with no collateral, hmm...


This loan is done via BitBond, which has all my info, and collateral.
If I was to ask a loan directly on the forum and not via 3rd party I would place a collateral.
Bitbond has something of your's that can be sold at any time for the full amount of the loan?  ID is not collateral, you can see this by looking at the scammer haven BTCjam has become

If you look at my Bitbond account, you'll see I have paid 8 out of 10 loans (2 are still ongoing). So I am not a scammer. I have funds deposited on bitbond to cover upcoming payments.

That means nothing, and doesn't prove that you aren't a scammer. If you already have funds deposited, it proves that you are taking out loans to build trust, possibly to take out an even larger one in the future and not pay back.
Welcome to Bitcointalk. No collateral or trust = No loan.
Please lock this thread and go away.

I understand you've been hit hard in the past from scammers, yet, if you took the time to look at my account on bitbond, you'ld see I am actually taking smaller and smaller loans.

I get the point, I wish you all the best and hope you wont get scammed again, obviously it left a mark.
I will keep the rest of my thoughts to myself regarding your replays.

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