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November 19, 2014, 04:31:38 PM
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Hello I am going to a good friends bachelor party on the weekend and I need some extra money to pay for hotel, rental and such. I have about $1200 but I am looking for a extra $500 to take with me for that just incase. I am actually looking for westeren union if someone can do through them instead of BTC.


For collateral I can send over what BTC I do have .3 as well as 6 MMXIV coins and about 35k in doge. I also own a number of domains I could use as well. I would be willing to use btcjam or a site that you condider safe.

I need the loan for about 1 week time

I will payback 1.5 BTC

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I know trust is a big thing if you do not want to trust me then do not. I am taking the chance here knowing you guys would be taking a risk to do this so if no one wants to lend the money I understand and Ill know to my self that i tried. 

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November 19, 2014, 04:35:28 PM
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So you need a 1.022 loan?

What is the market value of the doge and mnxiv

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November 19, 2014, 04:39:18 PM
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So you need a 1.022 loan?

What is the market value of the doge and mnxiv

Yes It could work like that as well. I also have about 12k GRS and a bit other coins im just finding now. I can give someone a $250 member group we sell that members has full control over to add users kick users out and moderate your own section of our community.

I am not looking to rip someone off I am the owner of a small but fast growing crypto currency community.

I sell advertising on twitter and on this site here as well as I have miners running.

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November 19, 2014, 04:40:41 PM
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and I have 60k WSTL i just found that and the MMXIV is worth another .1 BTC

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November 19, 2014, 04:52:20 PM
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Your collateral is worth way less then what you are trying to borrow. It looks like your doge is worth just under .02 and if you are telling the truth about the mnxiv then your collateral is worth .12 plus the roughly .02 for your wstl comes to .14 but I don't think many people would lend against it. I don't think having control over a "group" on your forum has any real value (especially to a lender - you could just revoke the rights) but I may be wrong.

If you are going to borrow with collateral you will need to borrow less (usually ~20%) then the value of your collateral

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November 19, 2014, 04:56:02 PM
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Your collateral is worth way less then what you are trying to borrow. It looks like your doge is worth just under .02 and if you are telling the truth about the mnxiv then your collateral is worth .12 plus the roughly .02 for your wstl comes to .14 but I don't think many people would lend against it. I don't think having control over a "group" on your forum has any real value (especially to a lender - you could just revoke the rights) but I may be wrong.

If you are going to borrow with collateral you will need to borrow less (usually ~20%) then the value of your collateral

Ok thanks for explaining. I will try to make a loan request on BTCJam and hope for some luck. I understand what you saying about the group in theory I could just revoke the rights but I would not do that as we sell the groups as a type of investment for the members. I could of also add in advertising packages to someone to sell but I guess with out having a solid trust around here not much people is will to lend. Thanks again for taking the time to help me out and fill me in on how things work.

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November 19, 2014, 05:08:17 PM
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If you're offering .3 BTC as collateral, there will be no shortage of brand new users willing to take that collateral. Once you sent it over, that's the last you'll hear from them though.

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November 19, 2014, 05:16:07 PM
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If you're offering .3 BTC as collateral, there will be no shortage of brand new users willing to take that collateral. Once you sent it over, that's the last you'll hear from them though.

Well all in all I have put togeather about .5 so I need a .8 loan and I would be offering up a chance to sell some advertising packages and such but thanks for the Tip. I think ill try a friend on this one.

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November 23, 2014, 02:51:09 PM
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Well I had a amazing time at the bachelor party and now it is back to work time. I am going to close this as no one came through for me thanks anyways.

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