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May 12, 2011, 12:30:27 PM
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1 month means 1 month (jan: 31 days, feb 28/29days, march: 31 days, april 30 days, ...)


So if someone joins on the Nth day of a month, the contract is valid until, and including, the (N-1)th day of (month+1)?

Better join in a month with 31 days! Smiley

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Example:

You start the 15th march you get:

15/16/.../31 march and 1/2/3/../15 april

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May 12, 2011, 12:32:25 PM
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So if someone joins on the Nth day of a month, the contract is valid until, and including, the (N-1)th day of (month+1)?


Example:

You start the 15th march you get:

15/16/.../31 march and 1/2/3/../15 april


That's 1 month and 1 day, innit?

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May 12, 2011, 12:42:33 PM
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1 month means 1 month (jan: 31 days, feb 28/29days, march: 31 days, april 30 days, ...)

Like you prefer I can just pay you the expected mined coins with no hassle.

Mostly I use clearcoin for my transactions (https://clearcoin.appspot.com/); but you can choose another one if you want Smiley

Well, the problem I have with clearcoin is, that the amount has to be fixed beforehand, but difficulty will change 2-3 times a month (every 10 days lately) so I have no idea how many bitcoins to demand for 1 month of rental.

I could pay 277€/30 * days until the next difficulty shift though, as this would be calculable.

Currently the eta from http://blockexplorer.com/q/eta is ~79600s --> 9,2 days.

277/30*7 (as you get the first 2 days for free, right?) would be 64,63€ and I would be willing to pay 75€ straight via clearcoin to proove that I want to continue at the next difficulty too (the excess money would then be used as rebate for these next ~10 days).

...Deal?


I don't really understand very well what you mean.

Thit is what I offer:

1 month 800mhps: 277€ (the price stays that way even it difficulty increases)

2days free: you try it out for 2 days after that you decide if you want to go further or not


payment is per month, so in the beginning of every month you pay me 277 in advance (which you can pay via paypal/wiretransfer/cash via post/wu/ bitcoin/ bitcoin via escrow/...


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May 12, 2011, 01:00:26 PM
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With clearcoin I can say "I offer 277€ from my side to get x Bitcoin from your side"
At the beginning of the month it os not clear, how many BTC that will be.

I could pay you right now for the month until now with clearcoin, as it is trivial to calculate the income there and demand a certain sum of BTC. Advance payments for mining is (as far as I understand it) currently not possible with Clearcoin and there are no other escrow services working directly with Bitcoin.

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May 13, 2011, 07:14:51 AM
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Than you should maybee look out for another form of escrow....


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May 13, 2011, 07:16:11 AM
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UPDATE: Due to high demand there is currently a waiting time of 2 weeks


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May 13, 2011, 08:43:16 AM
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Watch the number of bumps you do gpurig...

I gave vladimir shit for it, so I can't let you slide.

If you have something to add, simply update your main post please... if your product is popular, people will talk about it and bump your thread on their own.

Again, please do not bump your thread unless somebody specifically asks you a question/etc... the marketplace is already too overcrowded.
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May 13, 2011, 08:44:54 AM
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May 13, 2011, 09:45:33 AM
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Does anybody offer something like a "micro-contract" at just 10, 15, 20 EUR / month?

That'd be great, because I think a lot of us are not really rich in EUR/USD/RUB/JPY/...
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May 13, 2011, 09:30:41 PM
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Does anybody offer something like a "micro-contract" at just 10, 15, 20 EUR / month?

That'd be great, because I think a lot of us are not really rich in EUR/USD/RUB/JPY/...

That can be fixed. I'll contact you.

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May 13, 2011, 09:39:21 PM
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Watch the number of bumps you do gpurig...

I gave vladimir shit for it, so I can't let you slide.

If you have something to add, simply update your main post please... if your product is popular, people will talk about it and bump your thread on their own.

Again, please do not bump your thread unless somebody specifically asks you a question/etc... the marketplace is already too overcrowded.

Although Vladimir asked me not to react I can not resist...

Something I want to share with you :

People don't read updates of main posts when it is not noticed new info is added.

One of the reasons I started using bitcoins is freedom. I really dislike it when other people tell me what to do or not to do. For that reason I think you will understand that I do not like your posting/behaviour.

Instead of asking (which does apparently not work) do something about it. This problem will continue to exist and even get bigger when bitcoin gets more popular (and it will!!! Smiley  ). Fix the board / ask the board to be fixed so that bumping is no longer possible...

I really do respect your work around here, but hey man give me break...

Greetings,

Gpurig


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