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November 19, 2014, 07:34:45 PM
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i require a loan of 0.40btc

i have 6300 shadow coins collateral but of course i cannot offer all it as collateral but will give the required amount

collateral value 2.08btc
loan required - 0.40btc
length - 14 days

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November 19, 2014, 08:04:18 PM
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What is the repayment amount?

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November 19, 2014, 08:09:27 PM
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What is the repayment amount?

that is decided by lender
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November 20, 2014, 01:43:49 PM
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I can do it.

I will put a sell order immediately if the price falls below a certain limit that depends on the amount of coins you send as collateral. So more collateral => less risk of selling.

4000 SDC = Sell if price falls below 0.000125BTC.

Repayment amount: principal + reasonable interest (anything you like.)

But I will charge 3% for every day overdue. ie. if I lend today, from 5th December.

PM me if interested.

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November 20, 2014, 01:50:17 PM
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I can do it.

I will put a sell order immediately if the price falls below a certain limit that depends on the amount of coins you send as collateral. So more collateral => less risk of selling.

4000 SDC = Sell if price falls below 0.000125BTC.

Repayment amount: principal + reasonable interest (anything you like.)

But I will charge 3% for every day overdue. ie. if I lend today, from 5th December.

PM me if interested.


All collateral should be held by a trusted third party escrow. The escrow can enter an order to liquidate the collateral in the event the price falls below a certain level.

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November 21, 2014, 03:03:55 AM
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I can do it.

I will put a sell order immediately if the price falls below a certain limit that depends on the amount of coins you send as collateral. So more collateral => less risk of selling.

4000 SDC = Sell if price falls below 0.000125BTC.

Repayment amount: principal + reasonable interest (anything you like.)

But I will charge 3% for every day overdue. ie. if I lend today, from 5th December.

PM me if interested.


All collateral should be held by a trusted third party escrow. The escrow can enter an order to liquidate the collateral in the event the price falls below a certain level.

ok with me. OP is still interested?
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