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October 23, 2014, 03:42:17 PM
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I'm just curious after reading through some of the older archives here, for the users who are still currently active with BTC and how long most have been using it could be easy to tell your time in with comparing what you use BTC first and what it was used for last.... My first purchase was for about 4 or 5 BTC for a virtually small bag of a green leafy substance... which at the time had a value of about 150-180USD... my last purchase was for a small amount of 0.0035 and it really wasnt a purchase but a bet made to a gambling site for a value of just about $1.50 USD....
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October 23, 2014, 08:35:33 PM
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I'm just curious after reading through some of the older archives here, for the users who are still currently active with BTC and how long most have been using it could be easy to tell your time in with comparing what you use BTC first and what it was used for last.... My first purchase was for about 4 or 5 BTC for a virtually small bag of a green leafy substance... which at the time had a value of about 150-180USD... my last purchase was for a small amount of 0.0035 and it really wasnt a purchase but a bet made to a gambling site for a value of just about $1.50 USD....

It seems you did not quit bad habits. but at least they get smaller and smaller.
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October 24, 2014, 05:12:34 AM
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I'm just curious after reading through some of the older archives here, for the users who are still currently active with BTC and how long most have been using it could be easy to tell your time in with comparing what you use BTC first and what it was used for last.... My first purchase was for about 4 or 5 BTC for a virtually small bag of a green leafy substance... which at the time had a value of about 150-180USD... my last purchase was for a small amount of 0.0035 and it really wasnt a purchase but a bet made to a gambling site for a value of just about $1.50 USD....

I do not have too many bitcoins, but my only use was at a gambling site (~50 cents worth)

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October 24, 2014, 07:13:15 AM
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50 Cents? Was it fun?
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October 24, 2014, 02:30:49 PM
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Back in the day I would throw away 100's of BTC at satoshidice.  Nowadays I no longer gamble but use Bitcoin to pay for mostly everything online.  I always search for vendors that accept Bitcoin.  Last Bitcoin payment yesterday was for about 0.08 btc which was for my vps.
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October 24, 2014, 02:41:49 PM
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I'm just curious after reading through some of the older archives here, for the users who are still currently active with BTC and how long most have been using it could be easy to tell your time in with comparing what you use BTC first and what it was used for last.... My first purchase was for about 4 or 5 BTC for a virtually small bag of a green leafy substance... which at the time had a value of about 150-180USD... my last purchase was for a small amount of 0.0035 and it really wasnt a purchase but a bet made to a gambling site for a value of just about $1.50 USD....

did you gamble?  the  same interest as me. but i don't use BTC shoping and don't use BTC gamble. i love BTC,and hold on all my Bitcoin

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October 24, 2014, 02:57:48 PM
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A little off topic but I'm confused, did a gambling site sell you the $1.50 of BTC or did you purchase from an exchange and transfer to the Casino?

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October 24, 2014, 04:22:38 PM
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A little off topic but I'm confused, did a gambling site sell you the $1.50 of BTC or did you purchase from an exchange and transfer to the Casino?

If you follow my signature link below you will see the gambling site im in reference too... there if you atleast have a little to start with you can win prizes for chat also which helps ya keep going....   I've won the BTC i have from playing poker freerolls though...
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