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Question: What do you want to buy with Bitcoin?  (Voting closed: June 25, 2012, 06:16:39 PM)
Books - 3 (3.3%)
Guns - 14 (15.4%)
Gold - 17 (18.7%)
Games - 12 (13.2%)
Other - 25 (27.5%)
Food - 11 (12.1%)
Clothes - 2 (2.2%)
Tools - 1 (1.1%)
Vehicles - 6 (6.6%)
Total Voters: 91

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March 27, 2012, 06:16:39 PM
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This marketplace is full of people trying to sell stuff for BTC... but there is a distinct lack of consumer demand. It would be much simpler for those few people who have a lot of Bitcoins and want to spend a few of them to just say what they want. Wink

I'm sure it won't take long for sellers to appear on Bitmit, Biddingpond, Bitcoin classifieds, etc, etc.. offering exactly what you asked for.

So if, and only if you are BITCOIN RICH and want to spend a few. Answer this poll and tell us your shopping list. The community and marketplace will be happy to oblige.

NO SELLERS PLEASE. This thread will be much more useful to everyone if only BUYERS post.  Grin




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March 27, 2012, 08:10:36 PM
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Ok - I'll go first.

I'm looking to buy either a Ford Expedition or a Toyota Sienna in the 2003-2005 range of models.  Must have less than 200k miles on it and no major issues.

I'm looking for a good deal.  My wife will tell you - I don't pay full price for anything.  I'm in no hurry to buy - I have about 9 months before a bigger vehicle becomes a neccessity.  Grin

I'm willing to pick it up anywhere in the western US (I live in Utah).  I guess I could look into delivery prices if it is farther away.
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March 27, 2012, 08:15:21 PM
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This marketplace is full of people trying to sell stuff for BTC... but there is a distinct lack of consumer demand. It would be much simpler for those few people who have a lot of Bitcoins and want to spend a few of them to just say what they want. Wink

I'm sure it won't take long for sellers to appear on Bitmit, Biddingpond, Bitcoin classifieds, etc, etc.. offering exactly what you asked for.

So if, and only if you are BITCOIN RICH and want to spend a few. Answer this poll and tell us your shopping list. The community and marketplace will be happy to oblige.

NO SELLERS PLEASE. This thread will be much more useful to everyone if only BUYERS post.  Grin





Your poll is incredibly limited, quite useless actually. (no offense)

I spend thousands a month with BTC

I always need things like
Currency Exchange
Computer Hardware (mother boards, cpus, ram, hdd, every day stuff)

I would like to see more of
Tools
Clothing
Quality / Unique hand crafted items (Any Amish Here?)




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March 27, 2012, 08:17:52 PM
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Clothing

I had offered this along with other consumables (cleaners, food...)  last year, not one person even responded.

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March 27, 2012, 08:21:14 PM
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Clothing

I had offered this along with other consumables (cleaners, food...)  last year, not one person even responded.

I never saw it, was it real clothing I would wear everyday or just like Bitcoin logo shirts?

Like im talking clothes I could buy as a gift for my wife or kids
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March 27, 2012, 08:29:46 PM
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Good call @cablepair! Tools!

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March 27, 2012, 08:34:59 PM
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Quality / Unique hand crafted items (Any Amish Here?)
I'm not one (how would I be typing this?...) but I live near a few. What kind of stuff do you want? The ones near me do excellent woodworking at extremely competitive prices. You think it up, they build it.

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March 27, 2012, 08:40:33 PM
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Good luck with your business and, as a side note, I didn't like you spamming me with some facebook group on PM

edit: flix has apologized in PM, btw I voted "Other" in this pool because it doesn't have the option "Food" that i'm interested in

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March 27, 2012, 08:50:29 PM
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This marketplace is full of people trying to sell stuff for BTC... but there is a distinct lack of consumer demand. It would be much simpler for those few people who have a lot of Bitcoins and want to spend a few of them to just say what they want. Wink

I'm sure it won't take long for sellers to appear on Bitmit, Biddingpond, Bitcoin classifieds, etc, etc.. offering exactly what you asked for.

So if, and only if you are BITCOIN RICH and want to spend a few. Answer this poll and tell us your shopping list. The community and marketplace will be happy to oblige.

NO SELLERS PLEASE. This thread will be much more useful to everyone if only BUYERS post.  Grin





If you got something to sell for a good price, you will find buyers. BTC or not.
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March 27, 2012, 09:17:07 PM
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Quality / Unique hand crafted items (Any Amish Here?)
I'm not one (how would I be typing this?...) but I live near a few. What kind of stuff do you want? The ones near me do excellent woodworking at extremely competitive prices. You think it up, they build it.

thats amazing, I love stuff like that. I bought my wife a hand made Amish picnic basket, the craftsman ship us superior to anything I have ever seen and its all hand made with hand tools - to the smallest detail
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March 27, 2012, 09:23:36 PM
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Quality / Unique hand crafted items (Any Amish Here?)
I'm not one (how would I be typing this?...) but I live near a few. What kind of stuff do you want? The ones near me do excellent woodworking at extremely competitive prices. You think it up, they build it.

thats amazing, I love stuff like that. I bought my wife a hand made Amish picnic basket, the craftsman ship us superior to anything I have ever seen and its all hand made with hand tools - to the smallest detail
Most of the folks I deal with build entire bedroom sets, kitchen tables, chairs, etc. for about 1/3rd to 1/2 of what you would pay for an inferior product from IKEA or some shit. But you usually have to drive an hour to get there, commission it with a good drawing, and wait a few months for them to complete it.

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March 27, 2012, 09:28:31 PM
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Clothing

I had offered this along with other consumables (cleaners, food...)  last year, not one person even responded.

I never saw it, was it real clothing I would wear everyday or just like Bitcoin logo shirts?

Like im talking clothes I could buy as a gift for my wife or kids

I offered up my Amway IPO, which includes all of their partner stores.

Don't know if people had no use for it then, or flat out don't like Amway (lots of people don't) but they have a very large array of products. No bites

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March 27, 2012, 09:31:13 PM
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Clothing

I had offered this along with other consumables (cleaners, food...)  last year, not one person even responded.

I never saw it, was it real clothing I would wear everyday or just like Bitcoin logo shirts?

Like im talking clothes I could buy as a gift for my wife or kids

I offered up my Amway IPO, which includes all of their partner stores.

Don't know if people had no use for it then, or flat out don't like Amway (lots of people don't) but they have a very large array of products. No bites

what exactly do you mean by IPO , some sort of purchase option?

Their partner stores sell all kinds of good shit, im sure lots of people missed it as I did
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Oops! IBO- Independant Business Owner

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March 27, 2012, 09:35:29 PM
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ahh gotcha
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March 27, 2012, 09:35:54 PM
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This thread makes no sense. Does any one in the history of money exist that is 'only a buyer'?

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March 27, 2012, 09:53:15 PM
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This thread makes no sense. Does any one in the history of money exist that is 'only a buyer'?
maybe not but there are people that are not buyers...

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This thread makes no sense. Does any one in the history of money exist that is 'only a buyer'?
maybe not but there are people that are not buyers...

Whom?

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March 27, 2012, 09:59:08 PM
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This thread makes no sense. Does any one in the history of money exist that is 'only a buyer'?
maybe not but there are people that are not buyers...

Whom?

people that don't have enough to spend... people that are hoarding and not spending any bitcoins... people that have no interest in bitcoins apart from selling them as soon as they are mined... i don't know, those are just a few that i wouldn't call 'buyers' in the context of the OP

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March 27, 2012, 10:59:43 PM
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Your poll is incredibly limited, quite useless actually. (no offense)

Yeah, I know.. but I was hoping people would just write their wishlists,a s you have done.

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I spend thousands a month with BTC

I always need things like
Currency Exchange
Computer Hardware (mother boards, cpus, ram, hdd, every day stuff)

I would like to see more of
Tools
Clothing
Quality / Unique hand crafted items (Any Amish Here?)

Great stuff! This is the kind of reply I was looking for.


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