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Author Topic: ASIC Raffle III: Win a BFL Single SC & MORE! (NMC/LTC/SLC Welcome)  (Read 25118 times)
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June 24, 2012, 04:35:53 AM
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ASIC Raffle III: Win a BitForce SC Single Mining ASIC!
(Previously known as 'BFL Jalapeno Lottery')


We raffled away a Jalapeno...
Then we raffled away a Jalapeno and some Bitcoins...

What Next?...

How about a 40 60GH/sec BFL BitForce SC Single?
And TWO 3.5 4.5GH/sec BFL SC Jalapenos for second place prize?
And a 3.5 4.5GH/sec BFL SC Jalapeno for third?
...AND cash prize alternatives?

Yes, that's right, we added ANOTHER BFL SC Jalapeno to the 2nd place prize free of charge! What other competition provider would do THAT?!

Consider it done!


And it's OVER!

Winner: thecluck (Confirmation of Payout)
2nd Place: yonvanom (Confirmation of Payout)
3rd Place: viperjbm (Confirmation of Payout)

If you've enjoyed the raffles so far, please participate in the Christmas Raffle and help us to raise $1500 for Opportunity International, and win a share of 64 BTC of prizes!


To buy tickets:
PM Luceo with the subject 'ASIC Raffle III' to enter, or contact Luceo on #bitcoin-otc (please check my identification with gribble before sending any Bitcoins - ;;ident Luceo).


Special Bulk-Order Offer I: Buy 25 tickets, get 1 free.

Alt-Coin Special: I will donate 10% of my operating margin (~2.4 BTC) to the development of the ALT-COIN (Namecoin, Solidcoin or Litecoin) which sells the most tickets, so support your alt-coin and buy in Namecoin (50 sold), Litecoin (187 sold) or Solidcoin (188 sold) today!


The Tickets & The Prizes
- There will be 1,024 tickets. Each ticket will represent a 1/1,024 chance of winning each of the three prizes.
- The winners will be determined by the block-chain to prevent any cheating on behalf of the operator. The first block timestamped after 0:00 UTC on the day after the final ticket is sold will determine the winner. NOTE: At the time that the final ticket is ADDED, there will be a post made in this thread as per previous rounds. This post shall determine the time & date of final ticket sale. This is to avoid any confusion in 'time of last sale'.
- The final three characters of the hash of the aforementioned block will determine the first place winner, who will receive a pre-order for a BFL BitForce SC Single (40GH/sec ASIC) or the BTC value thereof.
- The next three characters from the end of the hash of the aforementioned block will determine the second place winner, who will receive a pre-order for a two BFL SC Jalapenos (3.5 GH/sec ASIC) or the BTC value thereof.
- The next three characters from the end of the hash of the aforementioned block will determine the third place winner, who will receive a pre-order for a BFL SC Jalapeno (3.5 GH/sec ASIC) or the BTC value thereof.

Example
To visualise the above, I have color-coded the segments which will determine the prize winners from the hash of the most recent block:

0000000000000166c6987cfd687b0777bd6800a798db1f31b3cab74528bacf43

The holder of the ticket which wins on f43 would receive a BFL Single SC, the holder of the ticket which wins on bac would receive a BFL Jalapeno and the holder of the ticket which wins on 528 would receive a BFL Jalapeno.

These would be tickets 3d0, 2eb and 14a, respectively (if you don't understand this, scroll down).

Further Conditions
- Ticket sales are final. No refunds will be offered to any ticket purchasers unless the raffle is cancelled. Conditions for cancellation are as follows: No ticket sales for a period of seven (7) days OR BFL goes out of business or otherwise decides it will not ship these products. The termination period has changed from the old period of thirty days from date the raffle starts because I honestly have no idea how long it will take to sell 1024 tickets. If it looks like the raffle isn't going to happen, the operator will offer refunds at the operator's discretion.
- The operator is not affiliated or associated with BFL. If BFL fail to ship or otherwise do not perform up to standards, it will be the duty of the order holder (the winners) to deal with BFL directly. The order will be made in your name, so you will have every ability to contact them.
- Winners can either provide the operator with personal details to make the order (name, shipping address, e-mail) or make the order themselves. In the case of the latter, the Bit-Pay payment address will need to be presented in a public domain (for example #bitcoin-otc on freenode) so that payment of the invoice can be witnessed by the community. This is to prevent any dispute as to whether winnings were paid.
- The numbers 000 to fff in hex represent the numbers 0-4,096 in decimal. Therefore, each of the 1,024 tickets (0 - 3ff) will represent four of those numbers. The 'winning' numbers have been listed with the ticket numbers so as to avoid confusion.
- BFL don't ship everywhere. This is due to awkward US restrictions on shipping cryptography. If you're not sure, contact them before entering, or just take the cash prize.

Tickets (Format: Ticket Num (Lower Hash Num - Upper Hash Num))

(IRC) after a name implies the user is a registered FREENODE user.
(MC) after a name implies the user is a registered Microcash Forum user.
All names without the above are registered Bitcointalk users.

Code:
000 (000 - 003). Graet
001 (004 - 007). server
002 (008 - 00b). server
003 (00c - 00f). server
004 (010 - 013). server
005 (014 - 017). server
006 (018 - 01b). server
007 (01c - 01f). server
008 (020 - 023). server
009 (024 - 027). server
00a (028 - 02b). server
00b (02c - 02f). WalletBit
00c (030 - 033). Graet
00d (034 - 037). ResponsePay
00e (038 - 03b). Hunner
00f (03c - 03f). Hunner
010 (040 - 043). Anduck (IRC)
011 (044 - 047). Hunner
012 (048 - 04b). PsychoticBoy
013 (04c - 04f). Hunner
014 (050 - 053). 2weiX
015 (054 - 057). Graet
016 (058 - 05b). Hunner
017 (05c - 05f). cncguru
018 (060 - 063). Hunner
019 (064 - 067). Hunner
01a (068 - 06b). Hunner
01b (06c - 06f). Hunner
01c (070 - 073). memvola
01d (074 - 077). Hunner
01e (078 - 07b). Hunner
01f (07c - 07f). Hunner
020 (080 - 083). Hunner
021 (084 - 087). Hunner
022 (088 - 08b). Hunner
023 (08c - 08f). Hunner
024 (090 - 093). jine
025 (094 - 097). psilan
026 (098 - 09b). PsychoticBoy
027 (09c - 09f). Greedi
028 (0a0 - 0a3). disq
029 (0a4 - 0a7). bitethecoin (IRC)
02a (0a8 - 0ab). cluck (MC)
02b (0ac - 0af). Graet
02c (0b0 - 0b3). cluck (MC)
02d (0b4 - 0b7). serp
02e (0b8 - 0bb). cluck (MC)
02f (0bc - 0bf). Graet
030 (0c0 - 0c3). w|zzy (IRC)
031 (0c4 - 0c7). viperjbm (MC)
032 (0c8 - 0cb). serp
033 (0cc - 0cf). illpoet
034 (0d0 - 0d3). BitCoiner2012
035 (0d4 - 0d7). Graet
036 (0d8 - 0db). memvola
037 (0dc - 0df). Uglux
038 (0e0 - 0e3). cluck (MC)
039 (0e4 - 0e7). EasyAt (IRC)
03a (0e8 - 0eb). camosoul
03b (0ec - 0ef). AJM
03c (0f0 - 0f3). cluck (MC)
03d (0f4 - 0f7). film2240
03e (0f8 - 0fb). DutchBrat
03f (0fc - 0ff). Jorgeminator (MC)
040 (100 - 103). Graet
041 (104 - 107). therustytrombone
042 (108 - 10b). cncguru
043 (10c - 10f). disq
044 (110 - 113). Graet
045 (114 - 117). SuperTramp (MC)
046 (118 - 11b). cluck (MC)
047 (11c - 11f). 237
048 (120 - 123).viperjbm (MC)
049 (124 - 127). w|zzy (IRC)
04a (128 - 12b). Tinua
04b (12c - 12f). DiCE1904
04c (130 - 133). Tinua
04d (134 - 137). PinkBatman
04e (138 - 13b). segabtc
04f (13c - 13f). Sujiram (MC)
050 (140 - 143). Cusipzzz (IRC)
051 (144 - 147). psilan
052 (148 - 14b). Merrick
053 (14c - 14f). Graet
054 (150 - 153). AfricanHunter
055 (154 - 157). cluck (MC)
056 (158 - 15b). Toresh
057 (15c - 15f). cluck (MC)
058 (160 - 163). DiCE1904
059 (164 - 167). Graet
05a (168 - 16b). Graet
05b (16c - 16f). serp
05c (170 - 173). AmDD
05d (174 - 177). w|zzy (IRC)
05e (178 - 17b). Tinua
05f (17c - 17f). 2weiX
060 (180 - 183). DiCE1904
061 (184 - 187). Graet
062 (188 - 18b). cluck (MC)
063 (18c - 18f). viperjbm (MC)
064 (190 - 193). forexmasterja
065 (194 - 197). cluck (MC)
066 (198 - 19b). yuhannl
067 (19c - 19f). Graet
068 (1a0 - 1a3). will
069 (1a4 - 1a7). RealSolid (MC)
06a (1a8 - 1ab). Microcash.org (MC)
06b (1ac - 1af). Microcash.org (MC)
06c (1b0 - 1b3). Microcash.org (MC)
06d (1b4 - 1b7). DiCE1904
06e (1b8 - 1bb). luke-jr
06f (1bc - 1bf). Cusipzzz (IRC)
070 (1c0 - 1c3). Hunner
071 (1c4 - 1c7). cluck (MC)
072 (1c8 - 1cb). camosoul
073 (1cc - 1cf). JackRabiit
074 (1d0 - 1d3). memvola
075 (1d4 - 1d7). Tinua
076 (1d8 - 1db). Graet
077 (1dc - 1df). zveda2000
078 (1e0 - 1e3). foggyb
079 (1e4 - 1e7). jine
07a (1e8 - 1eb). disq
07b (1ec - 1ef). heinz
07c (1f0 - 1f3). Merrick
07d (1f4 - 1f7). cluck (MC)
07e (1f8 - 1fb). Graet
07f (1fc - 1ff). DiCE1904
080 (200 - 203). cluck (MC)
081 (204 - 207). Tinua
082 (208 - 20b). Greedi
083 (20c - 20f). therustytrombone
084 (210 - 213). viperjbm (MC)
085 (214 - 217). Graet
086 (218 - 21b). Cusipzzz (IRC)
087 (21c - 21f). serp
088 (220 - 223). jnx
089 (224 - 227). Belkaar
08a (228 - 22b). cluck (MC)
08b (22c - 22f). Graet
08c (230 - 233). Jorgeminator (MC)
08d (234 - 237). 237
08e (238 - 23b). w|zzy (IRC)
08f (23c - 23f). DiCE1904
090 (240 - 243). cluck (MC)
091 (244 - 247). Graet
092 (248 - 24b). cluck (MC)
093 (24c - 24f). Platorin (MC)
094 (250 - 253). segabtc
095 (254 - 257). Uglux
096 (258 - 25b). Tinua
097 (25c - 25f). viperjbm (MC)
098 (260 - 263). Tinua
099 (264 - 267). Graet
09a (268 - 26b). AJM
09b (26c - 26f). bitethecoin (IRC)
09c (270 - 273). MoonShad0w384
09d (274 - 277). 420
09e (278 - 27b). RicRock
09f (27c - 27f). EasyAt (IRC)
0a0 (280 - 283). cluck (MC)
0a1 (284 - 287). DiCE1904
0a2 (288 - 28b). psilan
0a3 (28c - 28f). Uglux
0a4 (290 - 293). will
0a5 (294 - 297). Sujiram (MC)
0a6 (298 - 29b). RedSky
0a7 (29c - 29f). Graet
0a8 (2a0 - 2a3). cluck (MC)
0a9 (2a4 - 2a7). w|zzy (IRC)
0aa (2a8 - 2ab). viperjbm (MC)
0ab (2ac - 2af). cluck (MC)
0ac (2b0 - 2b3). Tinua
0ad (2b4 - 2b7). kingkatari
0ae (2b8 - 2bb). pyra-proxy
0af (2bc - 2bf). Graet
0b0 (2c0 - 2c3). Toresh
0b1 (2c4 - 2c7). Ilikeham
0b2 (2c8 - 2cb). DiCE1904
0b3 (2cc - 2cf). Graet
0b4 (2d0 - 2d3). foggyb
0b5 (2d4 - 2d7). PinkBatman
0b6 (2d8 - 2db). disq
0b7 (2dc - 2df). Graet
0b8 (2e0 - 2e3). psilan
0b9 (2e4 - 2e7). rapeghost
0ba (2e8 - 2eb). Greedi
0bb (2ec - 2ef). cluck (MC)
0bc (2f0 - 2f3). Graet
0bd (2f4 - 2f7). Tinua
0be (2f8 - 2fb). Graet
0bf (2fc - 2ff). Merrick
0c0 (300 - 303). serp
0c1 (304 - 307). cluck (MC)
0c2 (308 - 30b). AmDD
0c3 (30c - 30f). jine
0c4 (310 - 313). cluck (MC)
0c5 (314 - 317). digital
0c6 (318 - 31b). DutchBrat
0c7 (31c - 31f). camosoul
0c8 (320 - 323). Uglux
0c9 (324 - 327). memvola
0ca (328 - 32b). BitCoiner2012
0cb (32c - 32f). Graet
0cc (330 - 333). cluck (MC)
0cd (334 - 337). Hunner
0ce (338 - 33b). 2weiX
0cf (33c - 33f). digital
0d0 (340 - 343). viperjbm (MC)
0d1 (344 - 347). cluck (MC)
0d2 (348 - 34b). DutchBrat
0d3 (34c - 34f). pyra-proxy
0d4 (350 - 353). w|zzy (IRC)
0d5 (354 - 357). digital
0d6 (358 - 35b). Graet
0d7 (35c - 35f). cluck (MC)
0d8 (360 - 363). MoonShad0w384
0d9 (364 - 367). pyra-proxy
0da (368 - 36b). Toresh
0db (36c - 36f). GlooBoy
0dc (370 - 373). yrtrnc
0dd (374 - 377). Greedi
0de (378 - 37b). cluck (MC)
0df (37c - 37f). pyra-proxy
0e0 (380 - 383). Tinua
0e1 (384 - 387). Tinua
0e2 (388 - 38b). Jela
0e3 (38c - 38f). Merrick
0e4 (390 - 393). cluck (MC)
0e5 (394 - 397). Graet
0e6 (398 - 39b). disq
0e7 (39c - 39f). cluck (MC)
0e8 (3a0 - 3a3). DutchBrat
0e9 (3a4 - 3a7). w|zzy (IRC)
0ea (3a8 - 3ab). memvola
0eb (3ac - 3af). therustytrombone
0ec (3b0 - 3b3). viperjbm (MC)
0ed (3b4 - 3b7). root2 (IRC)
0ee (3b8 - 3bb). DiCE1904
0ef (3bc - 3bf). Graet
0f0 (3c0 - 3c3). cluck (MC)
0f1 (3c4 - 3c7). Tinua
0f2 (3c8 - 3cb). Graet
0f3 (3cc - 3cf). 420
0f4 (3d0 - 3d3). digital
0f5 (3d4 - 3d7). psilan
0f6 (3d8 - 3db). DutchBrat
0f7 (3dc - 3df). pyra-proxy
0f8 (3e0 - 3e3). serp
0f9 (3e4 - 3e7). AJM
0fa (3e8 - 3eb). cluck (MC)
0fb (3ec - 3ef). w|zzy (IRC)
0fc (3f0 - 3f3). kibblesnbits
0fd (3f4 - 3f7). Enigma81
0fe (3f8 - 3fb). heinz
0ff (3fc - 3ff). pyra-proxy
100 (400 - 403). PsychoticBoy
101 (404 - 407). camosoul
102 (408 - 40b). cluck (MC)
103 (40c - 40f). cluck (MC)
104 (410 - 413). AmDD
105 (414 - 417). camosoul
106 (418 - 41b). memvola
107 (41c - 41f). viperjbm (MC)
108 (420 - 423). pyra-proxy
109 (424 - 427). Graet
10a (428 - 42b). segabtc
10b (42c - 42f). disq
10c (430 - 433). Uglux
10d (434 - 437). cluck (MC)
10e (438 - 43b). osoverflow
10f (43c - 43f). cluck (MC)
110 (440 - 443). Cusipzzz (IRC)
111 (444 - 447). starsoccer (IRC)
112 (448 - 44b). DutchBrat
113 (44c - 44f). cluck (MC)
114 (450 - 453). de4l
115 (454 - 457).  Mattster28
116 (458 - 45b). Greedi
117 (45c - 45f). w|zzy (IRC)
118 (460 - 463). Graet
119 (464 - 467). Graet
11a (468 - 46b). pyra-proxy
11b (46c - 46f). cluck (MC)
11c (470 - 473). Graet
11d (474 - 477). Cranky4u
11e (478 - 47b). Graet
11f (47c - 47f). Jorgeminator (MC)
120 (480 - 483). viperjbm (MC)
121 (484 - 487). Hunner
122 (488 - 48b). yonvanom
123 (48c - 48f). fsk141
124 (490 - 493). pyra-proxy
125 (494 - 497). psilan
126 (498 - 49b). will
127 (49c - 49f). cluck (MC)
128 (4a0 - 4a3). lightlord
129 (4a4 - 4a7). Tinua
12a (4a8 - 4ab). pyra-proxy
12b (4ac - 4af). Graet
12c (4b0 - 4b3). Graet
12d (4b4 - 4b7). yuhannl
12e (4b8 - 4bb). pyra-proxy
12f (4bc - 4bf). pyra-proxy
130 (4c0 - 4c3). viperjbm (MC)
131 (4c4 - 4c7). cluck (MC)
132 (4c8 - 4cb). pyra-proxy
133 (4cc - 4cf). DiCE1904
134 (4d0 - 4d3). Tinua
135 (4d4 - 4d7). cluck (MC)
136 (4d8 - 4db). 2weiX
137 (4dc - 4df). DutchBrat
138 (4e0 - 4e3). pyra-proxy
139 (4e4 - 4e7). cluck (MC)
13a (4e8 - 4eb). Platorin (MC)
13b (4ec - 4ef). digital
13c (4f0 - 4f3). cluck (MC)
13d (4f4 - 4f7). 2weiX
13e (4f8 - 4fb). Graet
13f (4fc - 4ff). Uglux
140 (500 - 503). Tinua
141 (504 - 507). AJM
142 (508 - 50b). cluck (MC)
143 (50c - 50f). MoonShad0w384
144 (510 - 513). jine
145 (514 - 517). viperjbm (MC)
146 (518 - 51b). w|zzy (IRC)
147 (51c - 51f). Cranky4u
148 (520 - 523). Graet
149 (524 - 527). psilan
14a (528 - 52b). DiCE1904
14b (52c - 52f). Graet
14c (530 - 533). Sujiram (MC)
14d (534 - 537). Toresh
14e (538 - 53b). cluck (MC)
14f (53c - 53f). Karmaon (IRC)
150 (540 - 543). pyra-proxy
151 (544 - 547). swissmate
152 (548 - 54b). Graet
153 (54c - 54f). cluck (MC)
154 (550 - 553). QuantumQrack
155 (554 - 557). osoverflow
156 (558 - 55b). viperjbm (MC)
157 (55c - 55f). Hunner
158 (560 - 563). cncguru
159 (564 - 567). Tinua
15a (568 - 56b). will
15b (56c - 56f). cluck (MC)
15c (570 - 573). serp
15d (574 - 577). Math Man
15e (578 - 57b). foggyb
15f (57c - 57f). Frankablu (IRC)
160 (580 - 583). rapeghost
161 (584 - 587). Graet
162 (588 - 58b). cluck (MC)
163 (58c - 58f). AmDD
164 (590 - 593). Graet
165 (594 - 597). Tinua
166 (598 - 59b). JackRabiit
167 (59c - 59f). w|zzy (IRC)
168 (5a0 - 5a3). Graet
169 (5a4 - 5a7). Morranr
16a (5a8 - 5ab). disq
16b (5ac - 5af). camosoul
16c (5b0 - 5b3). cluck (MC)
16d (5b4 - 5b7). yonvanom
16e (5b8 - 5bb). pyra-proxy
16f (5bc - 5bf). viperjbm (MC)
170 (5c0 - 5c3). pyra-proxy
171 (5c4 - 5c7). Graet
172 (5c8 - 5cb). DutchBrat
173 (5cc - 5cf). 420
174 (5d0 - 5d3). cluck (MC)
175 (5d4 - 5d7). cluck (MC)
176 (5d8 - 5db). osoverflow
177 (5dc - 5df). Cusipzzz (IRC)
178 (5e0 - 5e3). 237
179 (5e4 - 5e7). Tinua
17a (5e8 - 5eb). Graet
17b (5ec - 5ef). cluck (MC)
17c (5f0 - 5f3).  Mattster28
17d (5f4 - 5f7). PinkBatman
17e (5f8 - 5fb). cluck (MC)
17f (5fc - 5ff). DiCE1904
180 (600 - 603). Tinua
181 (604 - 607). Graet
182 (608 - 60b). viperjbm (MC)
183 (60c - 60f). memvola
184 (610 - 613). Uglux
185 (614 - 617). cluck (MC)
186 (618 - 61b). Mattster28
187 (61c - 61f). cncguru
188 (620 - 623). EasyAt (IRC)
189 (624 - 627). BitCoiner2012
18a (628 - 62b). cluck (MC)
18b (62c - 62f). Graet
18c (630 - 633). Uglux
18d (634 - 637). segabtc
18e (638 - 63b). cluck (MC)
18f (63c - 63f). therustytrombone
190 (640 - 643). Graet
191 (644 - 647). QuickBitcoins
192 (648 - 64b). cncguru
193 (64c - 64f). Tinua
194 (650 - 653). Graet
195 (654 - 657). digital
196 (658 - 65b). cluck (MC)
197 (65c - 65f). Hunner
198 (660 - 663). lightlord
199 (664 - 667). serp
19a (668 - 66b). QuantumQrack
19b (66c - 66f). Graet
19c (670 - 673). cluck (MC)
19d (674 - 677). cluck (MC)
19e (678 - 67b). pyra-proxy
19f (67c - 67f). osoverflow
1a0 (680 - 683). yonvanom
1a1 (684 - 687). pyra-proxy
1a2 (688 - 68b). cluck (MC)
1a3 (68c - 68f). Graet
1a4 (690 - 693). darkmule
1a5 (694 - 697). pyra-proxy
1a6 (698 - 69b). Tinua
1a7 (69c - 69f). disq
1a8 (6a0 - 6a3). pyra-proxy
1a9 (6a4 - 6a7). Graet
1aa (6a8 - 6ab). cncguru
1ab (6ac - 6af). cluck (MC)
1ac (6b0 - 6b3). heinz
1ad (6b4 - 6b7). bitethecoin (IRC)
1ae (6b8 - 6bb). viperjbm (MC)
1af (6bc - 6bf). GlooBoy
1b0 (6c0 - 6c3). DutchBrat
1b1 (6c4 - 6c7). Enigma81
1b2 (6c8 - 6cb). cluck (MC)
1b3 (6cc - 6cf). jine
1b4 (6d0 - 6d3). w|zzy (IRC)
1b5 (6d4 - 6d7). 2weiX
1b6 (6d8 - 6db). pyra-proxy
1b7 (6dc - 6df). cluck (MC)
1b8 (6e0 - 6e3). Graet
1b9 (6e4 - 6e7). Graet
1ba (6e8 - 6eb). Tinua
1bb (6ec - 6ef). pyra-proxy
1bc (6f0 - 6f3). memvola
1bd (6f4 - 6f7). pyra-proxy
1be (6f8 - 6fb). Graet
1bf (6fc - 6ff). cluck (MC)
1c0 (700 - 703). pyra-proxy
1c1 (704 - 707). cluck (MC)
1c2 (708 - 70b). ErebusBat
1c3 (70c - 70f). Merrick
1c4 (710 - 713). Tinua
1c5 (714 - 717). psilan
1c6 (718 - 71b). pyra-proxy
1c7 (71c - 71f). cluck (MC)
1c8 (720 - 723). AJM
1c9 (724 - 727). DiCE1904
1ca (728 - 72b). w|zzy (IRC)
1cb (72c - 72f). mustellollc
1cc (730 - 733). Graet
1cd (734 - 737). ege (IRC)
1ce (738 - 73b). pyra-proxy
1cf (73c - 73f). cluck (MC)
1d0 (740 - 743). Toresh
1d1 (744 - 747). will
1d2 (748 - 74b). camosoul
1d3 (74c - 74f). digital
1d4 (750 - 753). Graet
1d5 (754 - 757). Evanes (IRC)
1d6 (758 - 75b). cluck (MC)
1d7 (75c - 75f). Uglux
1d8 (760 - 763). Tinua
1d9 (764 - 767). Graet
1da (768 - 76b). Cusipzzz (IRC)
1db (76c - 76f). w|zzy (IRC)
1dc (770 - 773). cluck (MC)
1dd (774 - 777). stepkrav
1de (778 - 77b). stepkrav
1df (77c - 77f). AmDD
1e0 (780 - 783). Graet
1e1 (784 - 787). brofist_2000 (IRC)
1e2 (788 - 78b). brofist_2000 (IRC)
1e3 (78c - 78f). brofist_2000 (IRC)
1e4 (790 - 793). brofist_2000 (IRC)
1e5 (794 - 797). cluck (MC)
1e6 (798 - 79b). Hunner
1e7 (79c - 79f). godofal
1e8 (7a0 - 7a3). pyra-proxy
1e9 (7a4 - 7a7). Graet
1ea (7a8 - 7ab). pyra-proxy
1eb (7ac - 7af). MoonShad0w384
1ec (7b0 - 7b3). Tinua
1ed (7b4 - 7b7). cluck (MC)
1ee (7b8 - 7bb). psilan
1ef (7bc - 7bf). Graet
1f0 (7c0 - 7c3). w|zzy (IRC)
1f1 (7c4 - 7c7). viperjbm (MC)
1f2 (7c8 - 7cb). Uglux
1f3 (7cc - 7cf). Merrick
1f4 (7d0 - 7d3). LuaKT
1f5 (7d4 - 7d7). digital
1f6 (7d8 - 7db). cluck (MC)
1f7 (7dc - 7df). cluck (MC)
1f8 (7e0 - 7e3). segabtc
1f9 (7e4 - 7e7). Tinua
1fa (7e8 - 7eb). pyra-proxy
1fb (7ec - 7ef). Graet
1fc (7f0 - 7f3). pyra-proxy
1fd (7f4 - 7f7). serp
1fe (7f8 - 7fb). ege (IRC)
1ff (7fc - 7ff). lightlord
200 (800 - 803). Dutchie (MC)
201 (804 - 807). cluck (MC)
202 (808 - 80b). digital
203 (80c - 80f). Graet
204 (810 - 813). kingkatari
205 (814 - 817). DutchBrat
206 (818 - 81b). cluck (MC)
207 (81c - 81f). lightlord
208 (820 - 823). mustellollc
209 (824 - 827). Teddyhead
20a (828 - 82b). Tinua
20b (82c - 82f). pyra-proxy
20c (830 - 833). cluck (MC)
20d (834 - 837). Graet
20e (838 - 83b). therustytrombone
20f (83c - 83f). will
210 (840 - 843). pyra-proxy
211 (844 - 847). Graet
212 (848 - 84b). AfricanHunter
213 (84c - 84f). Tinua
214 (850 - 853). jine
215 (854 - 857). 2weiX
216 (858 - 85b). Mattster28
217 (85c - 85f). cluck (MC)
218 (860 - 863). memvola
219 (864 - 867). Uglux
21a (868 - 86b). cluck (MC)
21b (86c - 86f). cluck (MC)
21c (870 - 873). w|zzy (IRC)
21d (874 - 877). Graet
21e (878 - 87b). camosoul
21f (87c - 87f). Teddyhead
220 (880 - 883). bonks
221 (884 - 887). cluck (MC)
222 (888 - 88b). Graet
223 (88c - 88f). cncguru
224 (890 - 893). Graet
225 (894 - 897). Tinua
226 (898 - 89b). Hunner
227 (89c - 89f). cncguru
228 (8a0 - 8a3). Toresh
229 (8a4 - 8a7). Uglux
22a (8a8 - 8ab). cluck (MC)
22b (8ac - 8af). Tinua
22c (8b0 - 8b3). Cusipzzz (IRC)
22d (8b4 - 8b7). bitethecoin (IRC)
22e (8b8 - 8bb). AmDD
22f (8bc - 8bf). Tinua
230 (8c0 - 8c3). cluck (MC)
231 (8c4 - 8c7). camosoul
232 (8c8 - 8cb). Graet
233 (8cc - 8cf). pyra-proxy
234 (8d0 - 8d3). serp
235 (8d4 - 8d7). pyra-proxy
236 (8d8 - 8db). cluck (MC)
237 (8dc - 8df). 237
238 (8e0 - 8e3). DiCE1904
239 (8e4 - 8e7). DutchBrat
23a (8e8 - 8eb). Tinua
23b (8ec - 8ef). lightlord
23c (8f0 - 8f3). Graet
23d (8f4 - 8f7). cluck (MC)
23e (8f8 - 8fb). Merrick
23f (8fc - 8ff). Tinua
240 (900 - 903). jine
241 (904 - 907). pyra-proxy
242 (908 - 90b). pyra-proxy
243 (90c - 90f). cluck (MC)
244 (910 - 913). Tinua
245 (914 - 917). PinkBatman
246 (918 - 91b). yuhannl
247 (91c - 91f). cluck (MC)
248 (920 - 923). Graet
249 (924 - 927). Gladamas
24a (928 - 92b). Gladamas
24b (92c - 92f). Graet
24c (930 - 933). rapeghost
24d (934 - 937). Uglux
24e (938 - 93b). cluck (MC)
24f (93c - 93f). psilan
250 (940 - 943). Dutchie (MC)
251 (944 - 947). Tinua
252 (948 - 94b). luke-jr
253 (94c - 94f). aldur1 (IRC)
254 (950 - 953). pyra-proxy
255 (954 - 957). serp
256 (958 - 95b). Jorgeminator (MC)
257 (95c - 95f). PochiRaccoon (IRC)
258 (960 - 963). cluck (MC)
259 (964 - 967). Tinua
25a (968 - 96b). PsychoticBoy
25b (96c - 96f). Graet
25c (970 - 973). Belkaar
25d (974 - 977). 237
25e (978 - 97b). w|zzy (IRC)
25f (97c - 97f). digital
260 (980 - 983). viperjbm (MC)
261 (984 - 987). RedSky
262 (988 - 98b). cluck (MC)
263 (98c - 98f). Graet
264 (990 - 993). Uglux
265 (994 - 997). therustytrombone
266 (998 - 99b). Toresh
267 (99c - 99f).  Mattster28
268 (9a0 - 9a3). ryannathans
269 (9a4 - 9a7). Aahz
26a (9a8 - 9ab). Hunner
26b (9ac - 9af). cluck (MC)
26c (9b0 - 9b3). AJM
26d (9b4 - 9b7). DutchBrat
26e (9b8 - 9bb). AmDD
26f (9bc - 9bf). BitCoiner2012
270 (9c0 - 9c3). mustellollc
271 (9c4 - 9c7). cluck (MC)
272 (9c8 - 9cb). will
273 (9cc - 9cf). Jorgeminator (MC)
274 (9d0 - 9d3). QuantumQrack
275 (9d4 - 9d7). Graet
276 (9d8 - 9db). cluck (MC)
277 (9dc - 9df). Graet
278 (9e0 - 9e3). mustellollc
279 (9e4 - 9e7). Uglux
27a (9e8 - 9eb). segabtc
27b (9ec - 9ef). memvola
27c (9f0 - 9f3). cluck (MC)
27d (9f4 - 9f7). Uglux
27e (9f8 - 9fb). digital
27f (9fc - 9ff). cluck (MC)
280 (a00 - a03). digital
281 (a04 - a07). Ilikeham
282 (a08 - a0b). digital
283 (a0c - a0f). Trance104
284 (a10 - a13). 2weiX
285 (a14 - a17). cluck (MC)
286 (a18 - a1b). MoonShad0w384
287 (a1c - a1f). pyra-proxy
288 (a20 - a23). 237
289 (a24 - a27). pyra-proxy
28a (a28 - a2b). Graet
28b (a2c - a2f). Tinua
28c (a30 - a33). cluck (MC)
28d (a34 - a37). disq
28e (a38 - a3b). pyra-proxy
28f (a3c - a3f). w|zzy (IRC)
290 (a40 - a43). Graet
291 (a44 - a47). camosoul
292 (a48 - a4b). pyra-proxy
293 (a4c - a4f). serp
294 (a50 - a53). Merrick
295 (a54 - a57). cluck (MC)
296 (a58 - a5b). lightlord
297 (a5c - a5f). Hunner
298 (a60 - a63). pyra-proxy
299 (a64 - a67). cncguru
29a (a68 - a6b). pyra-proxy
29b (a6c - a6f). Teddyhead
29c (a70 - a73). mustellollc
29d (a74 - a77). psilan
29e (a78 - a7b). lightlord
29f (a7c - a7f). Graet
2a0 (a80 - a83). kibblesnbits
2a1 (a84 - a87). Graet
2a2 (a88 - a8b). pyra-proxy
2a3 (a8c - a8f). cluck (MC)
2a4 (a90 - a93). Tinua
2a5 (a94 - a97). Graet
2a6 (a98 - a9b). pyra-proxy
2a7 (a9c - a9f). DutchBrat
2a8 (aa0 - aa3). Cusipzzz (IRC)
2a9 (aa4 - aa7). salty
2aa (aa8 - aab). digital
2ab (aac - aaf). cluck (MC)
2ac (ab0 - ab3). digital
2ad (ab4 - ab7). therustytrombone
2ae (ab8 - abb). mustellollc
2af (abc - abf). cluck (MC)
2b0 (ac0 - ac3). heinz
2b1 (ac4 - ac7). Toresh
2b2 (ac8 - acb). pyra-proxy
2b3 (acc - acf). cluck (MC)
2b4 (ad0 - ad3). Sujiram (MC)
2b5 (ad4 - ad7). RicRock
2b6 (ad8 - adb). mustellollc
2b7 (adc - adf). DiCE1904
2b8 (ae0 - ae3). digital
2b9 (ae4 - ae7). cluck (MC)
2ba (ae8 - aeb). Tinua
2bb (aec - aef). bonks
2bc (af0 - af3). cluck (MC)
2bd (af4 - af7). mistfpga
2be (af8 - afb). Tinua
2bf (afc - aff). Graet
2c0 (b00 - b03). Jorgeminator (MC)
2c1 (b04 - b07). Math Man
2c2 (b08 - b0b). cluck (MC)
2c3 (b0c - b0f). digital
2c4 (b10 - b13). Graet
2c5 (b14 - b17). segabtc
2c6 (b18 - b1b). Uglux
2c7 (b1c - b1f). Merrick
2c8 (b20 - b23). digital
2c9 (b24 - b27). 237
2ca (b28 - b2b). Graet
2cb (b2c - b2f). pyra-proxy
2cc (b30 - b33). jine
2cd (b34 - b37). Belkaar
2ce (b38 - b3b). cluck (MC)
2cf (b3c - b3f). pyra-proxy
2d0 (b40 - b43). Tinua
2d1 (b44 - b47). Graet
2d2 (b48 - b4b). Hunner
2d3 (b4c - b4f). pyra-proxy
2d4 (b50 - b53). Graet
2d5 (b54 - b57). BitCoiner2012
2d6 (b58 - b5b). digital
2d7 (b5c - b5f). serp
2d8 (b60 - b63). Merrick
2d9 (b64 - b67). digital
2da (b68 - b6b). viperjbm (MC)
2db (b6c - b6f). pyra-proxy
2dc (b70 - b73). will
2dd (b74 - b77). psilan
2de (b78 - b7b). pyra-proxy
2df (b7c - b7f). Uglux
2e0 (b80 - b83). digital
2e1 (b84 - b87). cluck (MC)
2e2 (b88 - b8b). w|zzy (IRC)
2e3 (b8c - b8f). pyra-proxy
2e4 (b90 - b93). pyra-proxy
2e5 (b94 - b97). DutchBrat
2e6 (b98 - b9b). pyra-proxy
2e7 (b9c - b9f). ege (IRC)
2e8 (ba0 - ba3). pyra-proxy
2e9 (ba4 - ba7). cluck (MC)
2ea (ba8 - bab). Tinua
2eb (bac - baf). Merrick
2ec (bb0 - bb3). DutchBrat
2ed (bb4 - bb7). digital
2ee (bb8 - bbb). pyra-proxy
2ef (bbc - bbf). Tinua
2f0 (bc0 - bc3). EasyAt (IRC)
2f1 (bc4 - bc7). pyra-proxy
2f2 (bc8 - bcb). Graet
2f3 (bcc - bcf). lightlord
2f4 (bd0 - bd3). Platorin (MC)
2f5 (bd4 - bd7). therustytrombone
2f6 (bd8 - bdb). cluck (MC)
2f7 (bdc - bdf). pyra-proxy
2f8 (be0 - be3). Graet
2f9 (be4 - be7). Tinua
2fa (be8 - beb). pyra-proxy
2fb (bec - bef). pyra-proxy
2fc (bf0 - bf3). Graet
2fd (bf4 - bf7). mustellollc
2fe (bf8 - bfb). cluck (MC)
2ff (bfc - bff). pyra-proxy
300 (c00 - c03). Dutchie (MC)
301 (c04 - c07). pyra-proxy
302 (c08 - c0b). mustellollc
303 (c0c - c0f). DiCE1904
304 (c10 - c13). pyra-proxy
305 (c14 - c17). viperjbm (MC)
306 (c18 - c1b). pyra-proxy
307 (c1c - c1f). MoonShad0w384
308 (c20 - c23). mustellollc
309 (c24 - c27). DutchBrat
30a (c28 - c2b). kingkatari
30b (c2c - c2f). pyra-proxy
30c (c30 - c33). camosoul
30d (c34 - c37). Enigma81
30e (c38 - c3b). pyra-proxy
30f (c3c - c3f). Tinua
310 (c40 - c43). Cusipzzz (IRC)
311 (c44 - c47). GlooBoy
312 (c48 - c4b). Tinua
313 (c4c - c4f). PsychoticBoy
314 (c50 - c53). pyra-proxy
315 (c54 - c57). Graet
316 (c58 - c5b). cncguru
317 (c5c - c5f). DutchBrat
318 (c60 - c63). flower1024
319 (c64 - c67). cluck (MC)
31a (c68 - c6b). 2weiX
31b (c6c - c6f). psilan
31c (c70 - c73). pyra-proxy
31d (c74 - c77). w|zzy (IRC)
31e (c78 - c7b). pyra-proxy
31f (c7c - c7f). stepkrav (IRC)
320 (c80 - c83). Graet
321 (c84 - c87). digital
322 (c88 - c8b). will
323 (c8c - c8f). pyra-proxy
324 (c90 - c93). serp
325 (c94 - c97). pyra-proxy
326 (c98 - c9b). cluck (MC)
327 (c9c - c9f). Graet
328 (ca0 - ca3). pyra-proxy
329 (ca4 - ca7). bonks
32a (ca8 - cab). pyra-proxy
32b (cac - caf). segabtc
32c (cb0 - cb3). serp
32d (cb4 - cb7). pyra-proxy
32e (cb8 - cbb). cluck (MC)
32f (cbc - cbf). pyra-proxy
330 (cc0 - cc3). camosoul
331 (cc4 - cc7). Graet
332 (cc8 - ccb). viperjbm (MC)
333 (ccc - ccf). Mattster28
334 (cd0 - cd3). cluck (MC)
335 (cd4 - cd7). lightlord
336 (cd8 - cdb). Tinua
337 (cdc - cdf). cluck (MC)
338 (ce0 - ce3). 2weiX
339 (ce4 - ce7). w|zzy (IRC)
33a (ce8 - ceb). Graet
33b (cec - cef). AJM
33c (cf0 - cf3). DiCE1904
33d (cf4 - cf7). Tinua
33e (cf8 - cfb). pyra-proxy
33f (cfc - cff). jine
340 (d00 - d03). pyra-proxy
341 (d04 - d07). pyra-proxy
342 (d08 - d0b). MoonShad0w384
343 (d0c - d0f). pyra-proxy
344 (d10 - d13). therustytrombone
345 (d14 - d17). digital
346 (d18 - d1b). Graet
347 (d1c - d1f). Cranky4u
348 (d20 - d23).  Mattster28
349 (d24 - d27). cluck (MC)
34a (d28 - d2b). Toresh
34b (d2c - d2f). serp
34c (d30 - d33). pyra-proxy
34d (d34 - d37). cluck (MC)
34e (d38 - d3b). pyra-proxy
34f (d3c - d3f). bnmorgan
350 (d40 - d43). pyra-proxy
351 (d44 - d47). AmDD
352 (d48 - d4b). viperjbm (MC)
353 (d4c - d4f). stepkrav
354 (d50 - d53). pyra-proxy
355 (d54 - d57). w|zzy (IRC)
356 (d58 - d5b). Graet
357 (d5c - d5f). pyra-proxy
358 (d60 - d63). AfricanHunter
359 (d64 - d67). cluck (MC)
35a (d68 - d6b). digital
35b (d6c - d6f). Hunner
35c (d70 - d73). foggyb
35d (d74 - d77). cluck (MC)
35e (d78 - d7b). Cusipzzz (IRC)
35f (d7c - d7f). serp
360 (d80 - d83). Jorgeminator (MC)
361 (d84 - d87). cluck (MC)
362 (d88 - d8b). cluck (MC)
363 (d8c - d8f). disq
364 (d90 - d93). heinz
365 (d94 - d97). Jorgeminator (MC)
366 (d98 - d9b). viperjbm (MC)
367 (d9c - d9f). pyra-proxy
368 (da0 - da3). aldur1 (IRC)
369 (da4 - da7). psilan
36a (da8 - dab). rapeghost
36b (dac - daf). cluck (MC)
36c (db0 - db3). serp
36d (db4 - db7). Tinua
36e (db8 - dbb). cluck (MC)
36f (dbc - dbf). w|zzy (IRC)
370 (dc0 - dc3). Tinua
371 (dc4 - dc7). Graet
372 (dc8 - dcb). pyra-proxy
373 (dcc - dcf). RedSky
374 (dd0 - dd3). cluck (MC)
375 (dd4 - dd7). pyra-proxy
376 (dd8 - ddb). cluck (MC)
377 (ddc - ddf). pyra-proxy
378 (de0 - de3). SmiGueL
379 (de4 - de7). Mattster28
37a (de8 - deb). 420
37b (dec - def). bnmorgan
37c (df0 - df3). segabtc
37d (df4 - df7). Graet
37e (df8 - dfb). lightlord
37f (dfc - dff). cluck (MC)
380 (e00 - e03). pyra-proxy
381 (e04 - e07). cluck (MC)
382 (e08 - e0b). w|zzy (IRC)
383 (e0c - e0f). bitethecoin (IRC)
384 (e10 - e13). QuickBitcoins
385 (e14 - e17). viperjbm (MC)
386 (e18 - e1b). Graet
387 (e1c - e1f). pyra-proxy
388 (e20 - e23). 2weiX
389 (e24 - e27). Uglux
38a (e28 - e2b). AJM
38b (e2c - e2f). cluck (MC)
38c (e30 - e33). lightlord
38d (e34 - e37). DutchBrat
38e (e38 - e3b). pyra-proxy
38f (e3c - e3f). AmDD
390 (e40 - e43). pyra-proxy
391 (e44 - e47). w|zzy (IRC)
392 (e48 - e4b). pyra-proxy
393 (e4c - e4f). Graet
394 (e50 - e53). pyra-proxy
395 (e54 - e57).  Mattster28
396 (e58 - e5b). camosoul
397 (e5c - e5f). 237
398 (e60 - e63). digital
399 (e64 - e67). cncguru
39a (e68 - e6b). digital
39b (e6c - e6f). pyra-proxy
39c (e70 - e73). Merrick
39d (e74 - e77). Toresh
39e (e78 - e7b). DutchBrat
39f (e7c - e7f). pyra-proxy
3a0 (e80 - e83). Sujiram (MC)
3a1 (e84 - e87). pyra-proxy
3a2 (e88 - e8b). Graet
3a3 (e8c - e8f). tborg (IRC)
3a4 (e90 - e93). MoonShad0w384
3a5 (e94 - e97). pyra-proxy
3a6 (e98 - e9b). Tinua
3a7 (e9c - e9f). Merrick
3a8 (ea0 - ea3). EasyAt (IRC)
3a9 (ea4 - ea7). lightlord
3aa (ea8 - eab). serp
3ab (eac - eaf). Morranr
3ac (eb0 - eb3). pyra-proxy
3ad (eb4 - eb7). w|zzy (IRC)
3ae (eb8 - ebb). pyra-proxy
3af (ebc - ebf). digital
3b0 (ec0 - ec3). cluck (MC)
3b1 (ec4 - ec7). yonvanom
3b2 (ec8 - ecb). w|zzy (IRC)
3b3 (ecc - ecf). CaptChadd (MC)
3b4 (ed0 - ed3). yuhannl
3b5 (ed4 - ed7). lightlord
3b6 (ed8 - edb). kingkatari
3b7 (edc - edf). digital
3b8 (ee0 - ee3). lightlord
3b9 (ee4 - ee7). viperjbm (MC)
3ba (ee8 - eeb). Tinua
3bb (eec - eef). lightlord
3bc (ef0 - ef3).  Mattster28
3bd (ef4 - ef7). pyra-proxy
3be (ef8 - efb). will
3bf (efc - eff). digital
3c0 (f00 - f03). cluck (MC)
3c1 (f04 - f07). lightlord
3c2 (f08 - f0b). Ilikeham
3c3 (f0c - f0f). 237
3c4 (f10 - f13). digital
3c5 (f14 - f17). Uglux
3c6 (f18 - f1b). mustellollc
3c7 (f1c - f1f). w|zzy (IRC)
3c8 (f20 - f23). Graet
3c9 (f24 - f27). mustellollc
3ca (f28 - f2b). ege (IRC)
3cb (f2c - f2f). pyra-proxy
3cc (f30 - f33). jine
3cd (f34 - f37). AJM
3ce (f38 - f3b). BitCoiner2012
3cf (f3c - f3f). cluck (MC)
3d0 (f40 - f43). pyra-proxy
3d1 (f44 - f47). lightlord
3d2 (f48 - f4b). cluck (MC)
3d3 (f4c - f4f). digital
3d4 (f50 - f53). psilan
3d5 (f54 - f57). lightlord
3d6 (f58 - f5b). lightlord
3d7 (f5c - f5f). Hunner
3d8 (f60 - f63). lightlord
3d9 (f64 - f67). digital
3da (f68 - f6b). Sujiram (MC)
3db (f6c - f6f). lightlord
3dc (f70 - f73). mustellollc
3dd (f74 - f77). Graet
3de (f78 - f7b). w|zzy (IRC)
3df (f7c - f7f). lightlord
3e0 (f80 - f83). cluck (MC)
3e1 (f84 - f87). MoonShad0w384
3e2 (f88 - f8b). lightlord
3e3 (f8c - f8f). mustellollc
3e4 (f90 - f93). viperjbm (MC)
3e5 (f94 - f97). lightlord
3e6 (f98 - f9b). digital
3e7 (f9c - f9f). Math Man
3e8 (fa0 - fa3). lightlord
3e9 (fa4 - fa7). cluck (MC)
3ea (fa8 - fab). underminer
3eb (fac - faf). ege (IRC)
3ec (fb0 - fb3). therustytrombone
3ed (fb4 - fb7). lightlord
3ee (fb8 - fbb). MoonShad0w384
3ef (fbc - fbf). AJM
3f0 (fc0 - fc3). cluck (MC)
3f1 (fc4 - fc7). 237
3f2 (fc8 - fcb). segabtc
3f3 (fcc - fcf). rlh (MC)
3f4 (fd0 - fd3). Platorin (MC)
3f5 (fd4 - fd7). cluck (MC)
3f6 (fd8 - fdb). w|zzy (IRC)
3f7 (fdc - fdf). serp
3f8 (fe0 - fe3). Graet
3f9 (fe4 - fe7). cluck (MC)
3fa (fe8 - feb). cluck (MC)
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ASIC Raffle II (Ended: 4th July 2012)
Winner: 1st. de4l, 2nd. server
Winning Ticket: 1st. 95, 2nd. 05
Prize: 1st. BFL Jalapeno, 2nd. 6.027 BTC
Confirmation: 1st. This Post, 2nd. This Post
Winning Block: #187568

BFL Jalapeno Lottery I (Ended: 26th June 2012)
Winner: Graet
Winning Ticket: 20
Prize: BFL Jalapeno
Confirmation: This Post
Winning Block: #186237

Frequently Asked Questions
What's to stop you running off with our money?
The fact that I'm honest, the fact that I love this community, my prior trades, the two previously completed raffles and the simple economic fact that this competition is worth it to run it honestly.

What if the price of Bitcoin drops or rises?
I reserve the right to change the price for a ticket (this will likely only happen under extreme circumstances). All tickets prior sold will be considered final and will be honored regardless of what happens to the Bitcoin price.

Is there a ticket limit?
No, you can buy as many as you want (assuming there's that many left).

For the alt-coin development donation, how will you calculate the donation and where will you donate?
Margin will be calculated as the value of 1,024 tickets in BTC minus the amount the prizes cost. I will not attempt to calculate the value in altcoins as it will depend on the value when they are exchanged, which may be prior to the end of the raffle.
10% of this margin will be donated to a Bitcoin address chosen by coblee (if Litecoin wins), khalahan (if Namecoin wins) or RealSolid (if Solidcoin wins).
In the event of a tie (two alt-coins sell the same number of tickets), each will receive 5% of the margin.
This margin will NOT accurately represent profit, as some Bitcoins are hedged into USD, some altcoins are moved into Bitcoin or USD, etc. It's too difficult to prove an exact profit figure when dealing with six currencies. However, this will be how the donation is calculated (in practice, this will likely mean the donation value is in excess of 10% of profit).

What happens when a winner is decided?
The winner will need to claim their prize within ninety (90) days either by:
- Responding on the forum, on the username they used to win the prize;
- Messaging Luceo on IRC, idented to gribble under the username they used to win the prize.

You changed the price, now how do we work out the total intake?
260 tickets @ 0.3 BTC.
295 tickets @ 0.25 BTC.
Rest @ 0.3 BTC.

Please DO NOT risk BTC which you can't afford to lose. The raffle is supposed to be a fun and recreational activity and not a guarantee of future income.

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I hope I win Smiley

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bought 4
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How do I enter? I need a BTC address to enter.Please send me via PM.

Edit:I got my 4 tickets now.Wow things are really heating up already with this.I hope I win Smiley

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Neat idea... Hope it works out.. I might buy a couple tickets Smiley

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Neat idea... Hope it works out.. I might buy a couple tickets Smiley

Thanks ^^ Would be nice to have you onboard. Sooner these sell out, the higher the winner will be on BFL's order list.

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Love the enthusiasm, but this just screams retarded. Selling tickets for an item you don't even own yet? Yippy, i can win a pre-order ticket....

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Meaning if bfl tanks after all this ends and you have your winning ticket, then your shit outta luck.

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Love the enthusiasm, but this just screams retarded. Selling tickets for an item you don't even own yet? Yippy, i can win a pre-order ticket....

Thanks for your input but nobody owns one yet because they don't come out until October, and if I try to buy one in October, judging by BFL's shipping history, it won't arrive until at least January (and well after the reward halving).

Likewise, if I sell one that I pre-order to my own address (I did consider this), I will have to charge somebody for double-shipping, probably double-international-shipping and they'll have to wait an extra 3-4 days to receive the Jalapeno (which could be the difference between mining in an 18TH/s network and in a 22TH/s network). It makes more sense just to sell them a pre-order in their own name near the top of the list.

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Love the enthusiasm, but this just screams retarded. Selling tickets for an item you don't even own yet? Yippy, i can win a pre-order ticket....

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Meaning if bfl tanks after all this ends and you have your winning ticket, then your shit outta luck.

It would be a better raffle (lotteries can have no winner) if you just won 32BTC and can decide if you want to buy one. That wouldn't have the fancy name attached to the raffle to attract attention though...
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If you want to run a raffle with a BTC prize, you're more than welcome to.

This competition insures the entrants against a shift in Bitcoin price, and essentially incorporates a bet on my behalf that Bitcoin will not shift in value downwards by more than ~7-8% before the end of the lottery.

The BFL prices are in USD and converted to Bitcoin at the time of purchase.

Do you round up or down?

For example 0x03 divided by 2 = ?

The last two digits of the hash will be rounded down, therefore 03 will be 1.5 rounded down to 1. 00-01 = ticket 00 wins, 02-03 = ticket 01 wins, etc.

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If I win the BFL Jalapeρo raffle, I will send 4 Bitcoins to Anduck (in IRC) when I get the merchandise.

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We have both signed the above statement (me without the "(in IRC)" and him with danieldaniel).

Hope one of us wins... LOL.

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Any Raffle/Lottery that chooses a winner using the blockchain and I'm playing.

Maybe I will finally mine me some BTC.


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Great idea!  I will pm you with my numbers.

Thanks, added. ^^ If we can sell all the tickets in the next 22 hours, someone will be going on the order list within 36!

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Love the enthusiasm, but this just screams retarded. Selling tickets for an item you don't even own yet? Yippy, i can win a pre-order ticket....

Its a classic turkey raffle (classic con except this one is even better - the turkey doesnt exist yet).
ie you raffle $100 to a crowd of 1000 for $1 ticket each.
The numbers check out, not a turkey just a loan. OP gets to hold onto 32 btc for a while, pirate savings anyone ? Tongue

Quite possibly illegal in OP's country, raffles of this nature are usually state run / charity operated.

Good luck all, but for the record - be very careful trusting new users which such a large amount of BTC.
Raffles of this type are completely reliant on the honesty of a single operator.


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Its a classic turkey raffle (classic con except this one is even better - the turkey doesnt exist yet).
ie you raffle $100 to a crowd of 1000 for $1 ticket each.
The numbers check out, not a turkey just a loan. OP gets to hold onto 32 btc for a while, pirate savings anyone ? Tongue

Thanks for your input. I won't be holding onto BTC for long, the order will be made within 24 hours of the lottery closing and the winner will be given the receipt for the order which (s)he will (hopefully) verify here.

At rate of current ticket sales I'll be holding less than 32 BTC on behalf of customers for a total of less than 48 hours. As I said in the original post, though, don't do any transactions you're not comfortable with.

My entire expected profit is 32 BTC minus cost of a Jalapeno which is ~30 BTC with international shipping at the moment = around 2 BTC.

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Its a classic turkey raffle (classic con except this one is even better - the turkey doesnt exist yet).
ie you raffle $100 to a crowd of 1000 for $1 ticket each.
The numbers check out, not a turkey just a loan. OP gets to hold onto 32 btc for a while, pirate savings anyone ? Tongue

Thanks for your input. I won't be holding onto BTC for long, the order will be made within 24 hours of the lottery closing and the winner will be given the receipt for the order which (s)he will (hopefully) verify here.

At rate of current ticket sales I'll be holding less than 32 BTC on behalf of customers for a total of less than 48 hours. As I said in the original post, though, don't do any transactions you're not comfortable with.

My entire expected profit is 32 BTC minus cost of a Jalapeno which is ~30 BTC with international shipping at the moment = around 2 BTC.

I wish you the best of luck and I sincerely hope BFL do not screw around the winner on delivery times.

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I'll take 8 tickets (any numbers). Smiley

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I wish you the best of luck and I sincerely hope BFL do not screw around the winner on delivery times.

Appreciate it. I also hope BFL don't screw anyone around with delivering these given the amount of capital they're going to have access to for the next 3-4 months to get these out of the door.

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I wish you the best of luck and I sincerely hope BFL do not screw around the winner on delivery times.

Appreciate it. I also hope BFL don't screw anyone around with delivering these given the amount of capital they're going to have access to for the next 3-4 months to get these out of the door.
I doubt their time judgement. They've still got a bit of testing left to do.

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I'm keeping my expectations realistic with BFL. I'll be happy to see my Jalapenos in time for the reward halving.

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In order to ensure that the operator has no ability to manipulate the event, the winning ticket will determined by the first block generated the day after the final ticket is allocated. A reply will be posted in this thread by Luceo when the ticket is allocated, and the time on that post will be accepted as the time of the last sale. The last two numbers of the block hash will be converted to decimal and divided by two, then rounded down. The winning ticket will be the one whos number corresponds to the answer (00-01 = ticket 00, 02-03 = ticket 01 etc.

Sorry if this has been asked before? So which block exactly will be chosen? The first block after 00:00 o'clock of the day after the last ticket sale in what timezone?

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In order to ensure that the operator has no ability to manipulate the event, the winning ticket will determined by the first block generated the day after the final ticket is allocated. A reply will be posted in this thread by Luceo when the ticket is allocated, and the time on that post will be accepted as the time of the last sale. The last two numbers of the block hash will be converted to decimal and divided by two, then rounded down. The winning ticket will be the one whos number corresponds to the answer (00-01 = ticket 00, 02-03 = ticket 01 etc.

Sorry if this has been asked before? So which block exactly will be chosen? The first block after 00:00 o'clock of the day after the last ticket sale in what timezone?


It will be UTC.

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The final ticket has now been sold (assuming payment is received within the next hour).

The first block of Tuesday 26th June (Time Zone: UTC) will determine the winner in around 11 hours.

Thanks for playing and stay tuned, maybe another lottery soon.

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Just 4 tickets still awaiting payment. Cheesy

Edit: Received. It's confirmed, the block after 00.00 UTC on 26th June will determine the winner, who I will announce here and contact for details to make the order with BFL.

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If anyone has any suggestions for a second lottery and how to improve it, let me know.

I'm considering increasing the total intake slightly for the next one. I realised Bitcoin price shifting 10% would actually put me into an operating loss with this lottery, and it's moving more quickly than I find comfortable recently (I think it's down about 6% on 36 hours ago).

Could potentially recompensate this by doing a 2nd place draw on the second block, for the difference between the intake and the cost of the Jalapeno, less about 2.5 BTC operating fee. This way if Bitcoin remains stable or increases in value, I don't feel like I'm gouging profit or asking punters to take all the risks.

What do you guys think?

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If anyone has any suggestions for a second lottery and how to improve it, let me know.

I'm considering increasing the total intake slightly for the next one. I realised Bitcoin price shifting 10% would actually put me into an operating loss with this lottery, and it's moving more quickly than I find comfortable recently (I think it's down about 6% on 36 hours ago).

Could potentially recompensate this by doing a 2nd place draw on the second block, for the difference between the intake and the cost of the Jalapeno, less about 2.5 BTC operating fee. This way if Bitcoin remains stable or increases in value, I don't feel like I'm gouging profit or asking punters to take all the risks.

What do you guys think?

Can you do a lottery for a SC single or mini rig ?

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Once a few Jalapeno lotteries run successfully, I'd consider doing one for an SC Single.

I wouldn't feel comfortable doing one for a minirig as I can't cover the prize if I were to somehow lose the BTC. It's also a big jump from asking the community to trust me with 30 BTC to 250 or 5000.

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If a person wins,can they get a PM saying they've won.How will the person know they've won after the blockchain has chosen the winner? As the blockchain doesn't say it in plain english (it's just a bunch of numbers).

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If a person wins,can they get a PM saying they've won.How will the person know they've won after the blockchain has chosen the winner? As the blockchain doesn't say it in plain english (it's just a bunch of numbers).

The winner will get a PM (or IRC query if it's one of the IRC buyers) to say they've won.

I'm very much hoping the winner will post back here with their order number. ^^

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Woot!  Hope I win!  Cheesy  (I already have a deal set up if Anduck wins, or if I win.  Cheesy).

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Pretty cool.. Glad it sold out quickly... Can't wait to see who wins.... Goodluck to all Smiley

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41. tarrant_01  Congratulations!

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The way I see it. Anyone else confirm?

Last 2 digits of block hash: 0000000000000967ec9d11abade90e6bb918bf0bde683c2187e13017b616d829
29 Converted to decimal =  41    http://www.binaryhexconverter.com/hex-to-decimal-converter
Divide by 2  = 20.5 and round down if necessary. = 20

And the Winner is:. 20. graet


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The winner is graet.

danieldaniel forgot to divide by 2 and so far has told two people who didn't win that they won (tarrant and aethero) Tongue

Graet has been contacted for details and will be on the list for a shiny new ASIC imminently.

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The winner is graet.

danieldaniel forgot to divide by 2 and so far has told two people who didn't win that they won (tarrant and aethero) Tongue

Graet has been contacted for details and will be on the list for a shiny new ASIC imminently.
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The winner is graet.

danieldaniel forgot to divide by 2 and so far has told two people who didn't win that they won (tarrant and aethero) Tongue

Graet has been contacted for details and will be on the list for a shiny new ASIC imminently.

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First thanks to Luceo,
Along with others I was nervous to put BTC with an unknown person but I figured what the hay its a few 0,25BTCs and a chance to be in the cue cheap Smiley

I have found Luceo good to deal with, promptly answering any queries I had in a professional manner. Grin

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Dear Graeme,

Thank you for placing your BitForce Jalapeno order.

This is confirmation that your order was successfully placed in our system.

If you've chosen an instant payment method and have completed that transaction, then your order is confirmed.  If you've chosen a payment method that requires additional information such as a bank wire transfer instructions, please stand by for an email from customer service within the next business day.

Kind regards,

Customer service team

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and my receipt from bit-pay

Now I guess I wait hehe  Grin

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Got some more tickets in. Cheesy

I doubt I'll actually win, but it's fun.

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41. tarrant_01  Congratulations!

Aww shucks.  Grin

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Bamp.

Hope this one goes as smoothly as the last! Cheesy
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Just over 1/5 sold in 24 hours. Not as fast as the first but hopefully it'll pick up. Tongue

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god i hope i win........ i only have 7 tickets so far
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What happens if nobody buys them all within a month or couple weeks?
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What happens if nobody buys them all within a month or couple weeks?

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(if there are tickets left unsold one month from the opening date of 26th June 2012, the raffle will be refunded)

I'm guess this rule wasn't updated, but I'm guessing it's static to 1 month since the start of each round.

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Somebody's bound to buy a shitload of them at some point.
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Somebody's bound to buy a shitload of them at some point.
hope that point is soon Wink
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June 29, 2012, 03:07:02 PM
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Entered the Raffle  Grin
Fingers crossed.

Greetz
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June 29, 2012, 05:25:24 PM
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What happens if nobody buys them all within a month or couple weeks?

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(if there are tickets left unsold one month from the opening date of 26th June 2012, the raffle will be refunded)

I'm guess this rule wasn't updated, but I'm guessing it's static to 1 month since the start of each round.

26th June was the start of this round. Sad It's selling much slower than the last, idk why.

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July 04, 2012, 07:39:04 AM
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I'm taking 6 tix this round. I'm sure you will have no problems selling them.

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July 04, 2012, 08:29:34 PM
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Just bought 45, a5m0 is buying 30.  Wink

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July 05, 2012, 12:35:26 AM
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hey, a5m0 here! I just won this last raffle (thank you danieldaniel for convincing me to buy out the rest Cheesy )

Luceo paid out nearly instantly, happy to have my jalapeno on order! Looking forward to the next drawing. I have also rated him with my -otc nick (a5m0)
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July 05, 2012, 12:36:48 AM
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I've managed to use de4l's IRC name (a5m0) and forum name in the ticket list, but yes, he is the winner.

Thanks to everyone who entered, and stay tuned for news on the next ASIC Raffle.

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July 05, 2012, 07:26:40 AM
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hey, a5m0 here! I just won this last raffle (thank you danieldaniel for convincing me to buy out the rest Cheesy )

Luceo paid out nearly instantly, happy to have my jalapeno on order! Looking forward to the next drawing. I have also rated him with my -otc nick (a5m0)

Congrats!

Looking forward to the next round Smiley
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July 05, 2012, 05:59:25 PM
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Hi,

You won our second place prize, a cool 6.027 BTC.

Please provide an address for this to be paid out to, and it'll be sent within 24h. ^^

Thanks for playing, and hope to see you in the next one.

Luceo.

Thanks Luceo for this wonderful surprice, it feels great !

I can't wait to play again, 10 tickets please Smiley

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July 07, 2012, 09:21:44 PM
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Up with a much lower LTC rate.

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July 11, 2012, 07:52:37 AM
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Hi Luceo,

just bough another ticket

Thanks !
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July 11, 2012, 09:01:09 AM
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Hi Luceo,

just bough another ticket

Thanks !

Added. Thanks and good luck. ^^

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July 11, 2012, 09:39:11 PM
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Bought 4 more tickets

looks like I'm the only one buying atm

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July 11, 2012, 09:52:36 PM
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Hey,

Adding those now. ^^ Thanks for being a good customer.

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July 11, 2012, 09:55:25 PM
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We need more customers !!!
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July 12, 2012, 12:53:43 AM
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We need more customers !!!

10 more sold. I'ma tryin' Cheesy

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July 14, 2012, 01:41:22 PM
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Still selling... not fast though. Sad

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July 14, 2012, 06:04:32 PM
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The original raffle was a much better/faster sell.  You may want to go back to that model after this one.

It'll certainly be considered. I think it was also faster because it was higher up the BFL order list. There was a huge incentive to buy fast so that the winner got a good order number.

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July 14, 2012, 09:40:53 PM
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Got my 12 tickets. Supporting a cool idea Smiley. GL all.

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July 15, 2012, 11:17:18 PM
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I'm in for 10.  Go Team.

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July 18, 2012, 12:28:47 AM
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Limited Time Special:

Buy 105 tickets for 27.5 BTC until 1.30 UTC on 18th July 2012.

If 100 more tickets are sold between now and 2.30 UTC on 18th July 2012, I will add a BFL Jalapeno to 2nd prize.

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July 18, 2012, 01:38:54 PM
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I would like to see some picture's with a paper added with the words "" bitcoinforum and date"" written on it.
Everybody can say he has a single or rig, but I would like to see some proof.

To rule out the 2% chance that this is a scam too.

No offense, 98% chance you are legit, but I like to be sure.
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July 18, 2012, 01:45:01 PM
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I would like to see some picture's with a paper added with the words "" bitcoinforum and date"" written on it.
Everybody can say he has a single or rig, but I would like to see some proof.

To rule out the 2% chance that this is a scam too.

No offense, 98% chance you are legit, but I like to be sure.

You are clueless.

SC single and Jalapeno does not exist yet anyway.

It is in prototype development stage.

Ask BFL for pics. LOL !
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July 18, 2012, 05:32:07 PM
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Please show me sexy sexy pics of your jalapeno.

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July 18, 2012, 08:05:20 PM
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Lolol.

Think you can sell this many tickets? Not going well.

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July 18, 2012, 11:27:44 PM
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I would like to see some picture's with a paper added with the words "" bitcoinforum and date"" written on it.
Everybody can say he has a single or rig, but I would like to see some proof.

To rule out the 2% chance that this is a scam too.

No offense, 98% chance you are legit, but I like to be sure.

I'd love to take those pictures but as bulanula pointed out, these products don't exist yet.

Having said that, you can check the confirmations from previous raffle winners from the first post who all say their goods are paid up (including ozcoin mining pool operator Graet).

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July 20, 2012, 02:23:04 PM
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Been selling 1 per day for a few days now. -_-

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July 20, 2012, 07:37:43 PM
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Bail out plan? Bitcoin prize instead? Reduce to a single? (not sc)
1 per day will take years ;-)

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July 21, 2012, 01:17:00 AM
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You should consider setting a deadline, and if all tickets aren't sold by then, refund the tickets or something.
I don't think ticket-holders will mind, as the price of BTC has risen since the raffle opened.

It does seem better to run raffles with fewer tickets for some reason, even if the tickets cost more.
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July 23, 2012, 03:17:41 PM
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Bail out plan? Bitcoin prize instead? Reduce to a single? (not sc)
1 per day will take years ;-)

I can't reduce the prize once the raffle has started... that would be against my own terms & conditions.

Everyone feel free to advertise the raffle, that helped last time having PR from other people.

The rally isn't helping, I think when the price of Bitcoin stabilises we'll be fine.

A refund would be an absolute last resort. It'd be a nightmare to process.

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July 23, 2012, 03:24:06 PM
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buying a couple... but how?
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July 23, 2012, 07:44:07 PM
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buying a couple... but how?

Hi,

Just PM me with how many you want and I'll generate an address for you. ^^

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July 24, 2012, 10:38:15 PM
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Sold 22 yesterday. Maybe renewed price stability is helping regenerate interest!

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July 24, 2012, 10:44:21 PM
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I put it in my sig. I'm pretty popular. That must have been it!

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July 25, 2012, 01:51:49 PM
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When is the raffle going to end?

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July 25, 2012, 04:39:40 PM
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When is the raffle going to end?

As per previous raffles, the draw will take place the day after the last ticket is sold.

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- There will be 1,024 tickets. Each ticket will represent a 1/1,024 chance of winning each of the three prizes.
- The winners will be determined by the block-chain to prevent any cheating on behalf of the operator. The first block timestamped after 0:00 UTC on the day after the final ticket is sold will determine the winner. NOTE: At the time that the final ticket is ADDED, there will be a post made in this thread as per previous rounds. This post shall determine the time & date of final ticket sale. This is to avoid any confusion in 'time of last sale'.

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July 27, 2012, 06:23:25 AM
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Added Solidcoin as a payment method!

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July 27, 2012, 06:27:53 AM
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Added Solidcoin as a payment method!

Have fun with that :/
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July 28, 2012, 11:44:48 AM
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8 Solidcoin sales already! Watch out Litecoin. Wink

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July 28, 2012, 11:53:10 AM
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8 Solidcoin sales already! Watch out Litecoin. Wink

How many tickets left ?

Nearing the half way point yet ?
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July 28, 2012, 12:55:57 PM
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at this rate BFL will rls their singles prior to this selling out Smiley

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July 28, 2012, 01:41:09 PM
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8 Solidcoin sales already! Watch out Litecoin. Wink

How many tickets left ?

Nearing the half way point yet ?

About 1/4 sold. Just sold another 17 pending payment.

at this rate BFL will rls their singles prior to this selling out Smiley

Well, about 70 sold in the last 5 days so yeah, quite possibly. Not sure if that would be a terrible thing, the ASICs will still be the best mining devices you can get then too.

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July 28, 2012, 04:41:55 PM
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at this rate BFL will rls their singles prior to this selling out Smiley

Wouldn't that be good? You can't be sure BFL is a legit company right now...

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July 30, 2012, 12:27:13 PM
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Prices updated to reflect the rally from $6.50 to $8.50.

I said I'd only change them in extreme circumstances and this seems fairly extreme.

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July 30, 2012, 01:05:56 PM
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I've bought 10 more.

Also, bump.
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August 01, 2012, 10:36:00 PM
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Nearly at the 33% mark. Keep 'em orders coming!

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August 06, 2012, 11:37:21 AM
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So close to 33%!

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August 07, 2012, 03:49:02 PM
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over 33% yet
* Graet hopes momentum builds and the rest of the tix sell soon Cheesy

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What happens at 33%?

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August 07, 2012, 04:23:58 PM
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Luckily it will be a while before the first ASIC will be delivered by BFL, we probably have another 6 months  Cheesy
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August 07, 2012, 04:39:54 PM
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What happens at 33%?
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it means 1/3 of the tickets are sold Smiley
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August 09, 2012, 08:04:31 PM
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Half of all tickets now sold!

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August 09, 2012, 09:55:18 PM
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Woohoo !!!

Those Solicoin fans must really like Bitcoin ;-)
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August 10, 2012, 08:35:18 AM
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I think most alt-coin users also use Bitcoin. ^^

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August 10, 2012, 11:42:27 AM
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yeehaw!

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August 13, 2012, 06:18:54 PM
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Prices updated to reflect the rally from $6.50 to $8.50.

I said I'd only change them in extreme circumstances and this seems fairly extreme.

So is a rally to $11.50. Smiley
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August 13, 2012, 08:41:40 PM
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2 days isn't a rally, it's a bubble. Tongue

Reducing ticket prices further would be a huge risk and a massive bet against Bitcoin price collapsing.

I've already made that mistake with Solidcoi (price there is just frightening). I'm not going to make it again.

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August 13, 2012, 10:29:06 PM
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Reducing ticket prices further would be a huge risk and a massive bet against Bitcoin price collapsing.

Since there is a big gap between Bitcoin exchange rate and the ticket prices, you could maybe purchase an option to sell the coins at the current BTC/USD exchange rate and reflect the price of the option to the ticket price and still reduce it. Do I make sense?
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August 14, 2012, 06:56:38 AM
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Reducing ticket prices further would be a huge risk and a massive bet against Bitcoin price collapsing.
Since there is a big gap between Bitcoin exchange rate and the ticket prices, you could maybe purchase an option to sell the coins at the current BTC/USD exchange rate and reflect the price of the option to the ticket price and still reduce it. Do I make sense?

I don't know if anybody is offering such an option at the moment, it's certainly something I could offer.

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August 14, 2012, 08:00:13 AM
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How many people have bought 25 tickets?

Graet

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August 14, 2012, 08:39:19 AM
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How many people have bought 25 tickets?

Graet

Sujiram did a list of the 5 biggest holders over at the MC forums:

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Graet - 105
viperjbm - 26
Serp - 20
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I don't have time to check if his numbers are right, but I can confirm the order is.

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August 14, 2012, 08:41:28 AM
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derpderp i'm a-blindin from all the colorfulness in the OP.

how much is a ticket these days?
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August 14, 2012, 09:02:53 AM
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derpderp i'm a-blindin from all the colorfulness in the OP.

how much is a ticket these days?

Only a Quarter (BTC)

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August 17, 2012, 07:57:08 PM
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Redesign the first post. Make it look completely different, and you will renew interest :-).

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August 17, 2012, 10:55:06 PM
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Redesign the first post. Make it look completely different, and you will renew interest :-).

maybe turn all the purple into black

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August 17, 2012, 11:28:30 PM
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Solidcoin still exists?

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Bitcoin price not moving $5 in a day tends to help interest. Cool

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Tickets back up to BTC0.3. Price drop leaves me no alternative.

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We should use only one alt-coin, I think, dividing efforts in various cryptocurrencies is weaken all of them.

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We should use only one alt-coin, I think, dividing efforts in various cryptocurrencies is weaken all of them.

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We should use only one alt-coin, I think, dividing efforts in various cryptocurrencies is weaken all of them.

You have 2 altcoin addresses in your sig.

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We should use only one alt-coin, I think, dividing efforts in various cryptocurrencies is weaken all of them.

You have 2 altcoin addresses in your sig.

To be fair NMC is like a pimple on the side of BTC's left shoulder

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We should use only one alt-coin, I think, dividing efforts in various cryptocurrencies is weaken all of them.

You have 2 altcoin addresses in your sig.

Yes, I know. But I don't know which currency is going to be the winner. Which one do you think is the best?

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I think the (private) ASIC pose a great risk for BTC, while it seems that LTC is not vulnerable for that. Do you think that the butterflylabs ASIC devices could compete with private ASIC mining in time?

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I don't think ASICs are a bad thing for Bitcoin, personally. The Jalapeno is an affordable device which every Bitcoiner should have sitting on his/her desk to improve network security.

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I don't think ASICs are a bad thing for Bitcoin, personally. The Jalapeno is an affordable device which every Bitcoiner should have sitting on his/her desk to improve network security.

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yes, I think so... but while we are waiting for the jalapenos to reach us, someone could be using another ASIC technology to take over the net....

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I don't think ASICs are a bad thing for Bitcoin, personally. The Jalapeno is an affordable device which every Bitcoiner should have sitting on his/her desk to improve network security.

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true so far. drawback is the 1th devices big miners will have sitting in the basement which are much more cost effective... still a good thing, imho.

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well, can always change this to the winner wins HALF of a BFL SC Single...or whatever proportion the amount of bets would get, and they pay the rest

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well, can always change this to the winner wins HALF of a BFL SC Single...or whatever proportion the amount of bets would get, and they pay the rest
What if the winner doesn't have the balance?

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well, can always change this to the winner wins HALF of a BFL SC Single...or whatever proportion the amount of bets would get, and they pay the rest
What if the winner doesn't have the balance?

tough luck. get a loan or sell their stake in it

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Terms of the raffle will not be changed without 100% agreement of every ticket holder. As that's totally unrealistic, just assume they will not change.

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well, can always change this to the winner wins HALF of a BFL SC Single...or whatever proportion the amount of bets would get, and they pay the rest
What if the winner doesn't have the balance?

tough luck. get a loan or sell their stake in it
Dumb suggestion is dumb.

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12 more tickets up!

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Will all tickets of this actually ever be sold? It's taking for eeeveeeer.

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Will all tickets of this actually ever be sold? It's taking for eeeveeeer.
A couple of months after ASICs finally hit.

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I remember something about refunding the tickets if one hasn't been sold in 1 week

So people: stop buying 1 lot tickets... either buy them ALL or buy NONE !!!  Grin
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This has been going on awhile... I wanna win a Single!!!

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This has been going on awhile... I wanna win a Single!!!


this and then some.
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This has been going on awhile... I wanna win a Single!!!


this and then some.

Only 2 1/2 months

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This has been going on awhile... I wanna win a Single!!!


this and then some.

Only 2 1/2 months
And only just over half the tickets have been sold.

maybe if we just keep this thread on the first page people will see it and buy them up.

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This has been going on awhile... I wanna win a Single!!!


this and then some.

Only 2 1/2 months

2 1/2 months is the age of the thread, not the 3rd raffle. The 1st and 2nd were run in this thread too.

Think the third raffle started in mid July, 2-3 days after the second ended. Still been going on a while but I guess that's normal when dealing with >$1000 transactions (I had expected it to be faster, but I didn't expect the Bitcoin rate to go from $8 to $12 to $15 to $7 back to $10).

Anyway, few more tickets up, slow sales partially because I've been away and not advertizing (sorry), keep 'em coming.

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Doing my part.. I bought three..

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keeping an eye on this thread ^^
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I'm tempted to buy a fpga from btcfpga.com.... they seem to ship fast the product hehehehehe, but I think it is to late for fpga's mining.

Do you think that BFL is going to ship the asic on october, as they said?

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I'm tempted to buy a fpga from btcfpga.com.... they seem to ship fast the product hehehehehe, but I think it is to late for fpga's mining.

Do you think that BFL is going to ship the asic on october, as they said?

Probably December or January...

Interested why the BTCFPGA only has ONE review...$1,000 for a product with approx. same Mhash as BFL's $600 product

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Great! so I have more time to save BTC for at least 3 jalapenos Smiley

I think, based on price and MH/s of jalapenos, that every jalapeno will be equal to 1 GPU. So if right now I'm mining with 2 GPUs at 350MH/s with 2 jalapenos at 3.5GH/s I'm going to produce the same BTC in the same time, so the ASIC is a 10x multiplication for the GPUs

Do this make sense for you?

I'm tempted to buy a fpga from btcfpga.com.... they seem to ship fast the product hehehehehe, but I think it is to late for fpga's mining.

Do you think that BFL is going to ship the asic on october, as they said?

Probably December or January...

Interested why the BTCFPGA only has ONE review...$1,000 for a product with approx. same Mhash as BFL's $600 product

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Up with a few more sales, slowly but surely we're getting there!

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How many left Huh?
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How many left Huh?

638/1024 tickets sold!

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How many left Huh?

638/1024 tickets sold!

Duh I should have looked at the OP ! Thanks  Wink
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I already bought 3, maybe tomorrow another one. I also ordered 3 with the BTC I generated with my GPUs Smiley

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I already bought 3, maybe tomorrow another one. I also ordered 3 with the BTC I generated with my GPUs Smiley


okay you have faith and trust

anyone hear from BFL recently? If theycan't DEMO a jalapeno or the other products they're probably not built yet

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I already bought 3, maybe tomorrow another one. I also ordered 3 with the BTC I generated with my GPUs Smiley


okay you have faith and trust

anyone hear from BFL recently? If theycan't DEMO a jalapeno or the other products they're probably not built yet
I just saw in another thread they have (not unexpectedly) pushed delivery back to late oct/nov
I dont think they would have anything to demo yet

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29 more tickets up.

If anyone doesn't trust BFL, this raffle *does* offer a BTC alternative where you can win the BTC equivelant of the BFL product value on the end-date of the auction.

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September 17, 2012, 10:07:50 PM
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Now I have enough tickets that I can win all 3, mwuahahaha. Tongue
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September 17, 2012, 10:20:42 PM
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If it's BTC equivalent, then maybe you can 'call it' and announce some winners!

I've done my best to advertise for you. Smiley

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September 18, 2012, 01:07:28 AM
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bought two more. go go go raffle
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September 18, 2012, 01:55:05 AM
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PM sent for 3 tickets

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September 18, 2012, 04:19:54 AM
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Now I have enough tickets that I can win all 3, mwuahahaha. Tongue

You can technically win all 3 with 1 ticket. A hash could end with 555555555 or 554557556, either of these would win all three with ticket 155 (example only).

12 more tickets up so more than 40 sold within the last 24 hours!

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September 18, 2012, 06:53:35 AM
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Is my math wrong, or has this raffle already taken in enough btc to fund the promised prizes + 10% operating fees, even at $10 per coin?
I'm guessing it was assumed that this thing would never go on so long.

Have you considered figuring out some fair way to end early or potentially offering additional prizes?
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September 18, 2012, 06:55:25 AM
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Is my math wrong, or has this raffle already taken in enough btc to fund the promised prizes + 10% operating fees, even at $10 per coin?
I'm guessing it was assumed that this thing would never go on so long.

Have you considered figuring out some fair way to end early or potentially offering additional prizes?

not if he converted BTC to USD to hedge in case BTC price went down.

managing all these payments is a lot of hassle

Were you here for the price change? a ticket used to be 0.25BTC

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September 18, 2012, 08:34:49 AM
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a service that needs more love is this:







check out the filenames.
this could've been an easy way to always have the right price for one ticket, in case the extimated price + shipping is about 1400 USD, each ticket could've cost .

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a service that needs more love is this:







check out the filenames.
this could've been an easy way to always have the right price for one ticket, in case the extimated price + shipping is about 1400 USD, each ticket could've cost .



That is awesome.

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September 18, 2012, 12:38:14 PM
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not if he converted BTC to USD to hedge in case BTC price went down.

Valid point that I'd not considered.
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September 18, 2012, 04:09:44 PM
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There have been a number of hedges into USD along the way, and a number of tickets were given away in specials (buy 100 get 5 free, buy 25 get 1 free, get one for renting a VPS) so I haven't taken anywhere close to enough to cover the raffle prizes.

Additionally as stated a number of tickets were sold at 0.25 BTC rather than 0.3 BTC.

The raffle cannot end before 1024 tickets are sold. The draw relies on this because of the way it works, the terms and conditions all purchasers agreed to and accepted state this. There will be no early end, no change to the prizes, no modifying the agreement we entered.

Like your idea 2weiX to stabilize pricing but the problem is I'd have to be able to convert those BTC into USD at the time of sale rather than at the time I choose, this would require either some time-intensive programming to use a bot to do so, or for me to have staff awake 24/7.

Total value of the raffle is ~$1390 for the single plus ~$180 x 2 for the Jalapenos, plus a margin, so that's $1750 plus margin required intake. I would have to add a greater margin to allow for USD fluctuation, so let's say 5% for that is $1837.50, with my margin of ~7% on top of this, would be around $2,000.

1,024 tickets for $2000 is ~$2 per ticket. If you consider that the raffle opened at $6 per BTC, the original pricing was quite a bit better than this (was more like $1.75). Right now, the tickets are more expensive. Will there be another price drop? Possibly, if the market deems that the current rate is too high and the price remains stable above $10 (worried about the medium term effects of pirate default).

Neither of these are feasible on a couple of hundred dollar margin over 2 months.

The raffle is going strong, have sold over 50 tickets in 48 hours. Keep the orders coming and thanks for the support.

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September 18, 2012, 04:16:29 PM
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There have been a number of hedges into USD along the way, and a number of tickets were given away in specials (buy 100 get 5 free, buy 25 get 1 free, get one for renting a VPS) so I haven't taken anywhere close to enough to cover the raffle prizes.

Additionally as stated a number of tickets were sold at 0.25 BTC rather than 0.3 BTC.

The raffle cannot end before 1024 tickets are sold. The draw relies on this because of the way it works, the terms and conditions all purchasers agreed to and accepted state this. There will be no early end, no change to the prizes, no modifying the agreement we entered.

Like your idea 2weiX to stabilize pricing but the problem is I'd have to be able to convert those BTC into USD at the time of sale rather than at the time I choose, this would require either some time-intensive programming to use a bot to do so, or for me to have staff awake 24/7. Neither of these are feasible on a couple of hundred dollar margin.

The raffle is going strong, have sold over 50 tickets in 48 hours. Keep the orders coming.

So... who gets all the extra money then? A raffle seems like a great idea if you hedge on bitcoin intrinsically increasing in value. Suddenly your modest percentage becomes something much more.. I was tempted in purchasing tickets, but the lack of transparency here makes me lose interest.
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There have been a number of hedges into USD along the way, and a number of tickets were given away in specials (buy 100 get 5 free, buy 25 get 1 free, get one for renting a VPS) so I haven't taken anywhere close to enough to cover the raffle prizes.

Additionally as stated a number of tickets were sold at 0.25 BTC rather than 0.3 BTC.

The raffle cannot end before 1024 tickets are sold. The draw relies on this because of the way it works, the terms and conditions all purchasers agreed to and accepted state this. There will be no early end, no change to the prizes, no modifying the agreement we entered.

Like your idea 2weiX to stabilize pricing but the problem is I'd have to be able to convert those BTC into USD at the time of sale rather than at the time I choose, this would require either some time-intensive programming to use a bot to do so, or for me to have staff awake 24/7. Neither of these are feasible on a couple of hundred dollar margin.

The raffle is going strong, have sold over 50 tickets in 48 hours. Keep the orders coming.

So... who gets all the extra money then? A raffle seems like a great idea if you hedge on bitcoin intrinsically increasing in value. Suddenly your modest percentage becomes something much more.. I was tempted in purchasing tickets, but the lack of transparency here makes me lose interest.

Don't even see the point in posting why your not going to participate...

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September 18, 2012, 04:27:18 PM
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There is no extra money, only what people willingly spent on tickets (in their judgement, at the time of purchase, the ticket was worth what they paid for it). Some of this has been converted to USD as a hedge (mostly around $8 and again around $10), some is still sitting in the wallet hoping it increases further.

I'm not a clairvoyant, I don't know if Bitcoin will always increase in value. I know, in fact, that it has a tendency to bounce around, we've seen $7 and $15 both within the past month; we've seen $30 and $2 in little over a year, that's hardly a sure bet on value increasing.

 If I'd started a raffle in July 2011 and it ran through to September, we'd all be talking about how the Bitcoin had dropped from $30 to around $10, and how my tickets which started off at $1.80 had only netted me enough BTC for $0.60 had I not converted them to USD.

I don't feel that there is a lack of transparency. The first post gives you everything you need to do the math. If I were trying to hide something, I probably wouldn't put the number of tickets sold, the price of all the prizes, the value at which each ticket was sold etc. on the front page.

If you don't feel that a ticket is worth 0.3 BTC, I suggest you don't buy one at 0.3 BTC. Many people do believe it is worth it, and have bought them.

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There is no extra money, only what people willingly spent on tickets (in their judgement, at the time of purchase, the ticket was worth what they paid for it). Some of this has been converted to USD as a hedge (mostly around $8 and again around $10), some is still sitting in the wallet hoping it increases further.

I'm not a clairvoyant, I don't know if Bitcoin will always increase in value. I know, in fact, that it has a tendency to bounce around, we've seen $7 and $15 both within the past month; we've seen $30 and $2 in little over a year, that's hardly a sure bet on value increasing.

 If I'd started a raffle in July 2011 and it ran through to September, we'd all be talking about how the Bitcoin had dropped from $30 to around $10, and how my tickets which started off at $1.80 had only netted me enough BTC for $0.60 had I not converted them to USD.

I don't feel that there is a lack of transparency. The first post gives you everything you need to do the math. If I were trying to hide something, I probably wouldn't put the number of tickets sold, the price of all the prizes, the value at which each ticket was sold etc. on the front page.

If you don't feel that a ticket is worth 0.3 BTC, I suggest you don't buy one at 0.3 BTC. Many people do believe it is worth it, and have bought them.

Sorry I wasn't trying to cause trouble, I had just felt that the listed margin was a bit misleading since it could significantly increase as the value of bitcoin has been increasing steadily from when the auction was started. In the end that margin doesn't really matter since it is a raffle and whatever percentage you take home doesn't matter so long as the prizes are distributed accordingly.

I also didn't mean any personal offense to you Luceo as I recognize you are a well known and well respected member of the community.
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September 18, 2012, 07:31:08 PM
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I do agree that the listed margin is awkward. It's very hard to state a margin when dealing in USD on one end and BTC at the other, and USD:BTC had been in that $5-6 range for long enough that I felt comfortable that it would stay there, I was wrong and I won't try to second guess margins this way if we do another one.

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Final stretch! Only 1/3rd tickets left.

Either buy or don't buy. All the rules and price and prizes are there, there's no deception, get over it

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Lets stop talking about USD. I think this is the problem.

If you get any profit out of this you completely deserve it.
Will you run another? Wink

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September 18, 2012, 09:06:34 PM
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Thanks for the support guys.

There will be more raffles, not sure if I'll be doing BFL-based or preferring things I can buy for a flat BTC price. ^^

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maybe mtgox coupons Wink

but I think I will prefer more ASIC pieces


Thanks for the support guys.

There will be more raffles, not sure if I'll be doing BFL-based or preferring things I can buy for a flat BTC price. ^^

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Maybe hosting & domain names, who knows? ^^

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maybe mtgox coupons Wink

but I think I will prefer more ASIC pieces


Thanks for the support guys.

There will be more raffles, not sure if I'll be doing BFL-based or preferring things I can buy for a flat BTC price. ^^

Moar ASIC! BFL or that other one I saw that does 27. I think you can sell anything like this. Especially high-dollar items that people might not otherwise be able to afford. Houses, cars.... Anything. Once you have more reputation you can step it up. And get that conversion rate auto-tracker going. That is the most objectionable art at this time; the time it takes to sell all these tickets and the #TC fluctuations.

Hope you got my BTC. Sorry it took 4 days for my blockchain to update. Silly thing...

I think it might help you to NOT repeat using the same thread. It is confusing and makes people say "WTF? it too THAT long?" whent hey look at the wrong date, not realizing there are 3 raffles here.... Probably making people turn away before they figure out what's really happening. People are stupid and lazy like that.

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Simple solution: add a start date for this third raffle near the to of the OP

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September 23, 2012, 02:32:40 PM
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I'm pretty sure I have to use the same thread: One thread per site only.

The start date was mid July 2012 so we've been going around 2 months., the sales were really slow during the climb to $15 and then slowed down again during the Pirate default fallout, they've been getting back to normal recently.

It has been a long raffle, but I think that's pretty normal for such a high value competition.

Also, few more sold. Keep 'em coming!

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I'm pretty sure I have to use the same thread: One thread per site only.

But you're not a site. And you're not merely advertising. You're actually doing it here. Forced to that creates confusion. I don't think that rule applies...

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I'm pretty sure I have to use the same thread: One thread per site only.

But you're not a site. And you're not merely advertising. You're actually doing it here. Forced to that creates confusion. I don't think that rule applies...

If and when I do a num 4, I'll put a start date on the first post.

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I'm pretty sure I have to use the same thread: One thread per site only.

But you're not a site. And you're not merely advertising. You're actually doing it here. Forced to that creates confusion. I don't think that rule applies...

If and when I do a num 4, I'll put a start date on the first post.

We waiting for the new forum software (http://betsofbitco.in/item?id=179) to have a little note on posts: "Edited on XX Of Month, Year"

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I'm pretty sure I have to use the same thread: One thread per site only.

But you're not a site. And you're not merely advertising. You're actually doing it here. Forced to that creates confusion. I don't think that rule applies...

If and when I do a num 4, I'll put a start date on the first post.

We waiting for the new forum software (http://betsofbitco.in/item?id=179) to have a little note on posts: "Edited on XX Of Month, Year"

Wouldn't help much because it gets edited every time I add a ticket. ^^

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I'm pretty sure I have to use the same thread: One thread per site only.

But you're not a site. And you're not merely advertising. You're actually doing it here. Forced to that creates confusion. I don't think that rule applies...

If and when I do a num 4, I'll put a start date on the first post.

We waiting for the new forum software (http://betsofbitco.in/item?id=179) to have a little note on posts: "Edited on XX Of Month, Year"

Wouldn't help much because it gets edited every time I add a ticket. ^^

Okay a "majorly edited on:..." as opposed to "minor edit" Smiley

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Slowly but surely! Over 700!

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Slowly but surely! Over 700!

good! we are almost there. The due date is latest October or November, so we have time!

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October 01, 2012, 07:50:45 AM
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Updated for BFL's new numbers!

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October 01, 2012, 08:11:22 AM
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Updated for BFL's new numbers!

what a coinkidink...after the BTCFPGA's bASIC ASIC Bitcoin Mining Devices upped their hashing spec's...

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October 01, 2012, 08:40:04 AM
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I thought it was funny that their revised numbers had the Single *identical* to the Avalon.

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October 01, 2012, 09:52:54 AM
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I thought it was funny that their revised numbers had the Single *identical* to the Avalon.

maybe they are using the same chips

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October 02, 2012, 08:10:01 PM
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6 more tickets up (pending payment). ^^ Slowly getting there!

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October 05, 2012, 10:27:04 AM
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And another 8! Only 6 more to 300 left and we're well past 66%!

Edit: Down to 300 remaining and past 70% sold!

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October 10, 2012, 12:10:05 PM
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Due to the rise in BTC price, the 2nd prize has been boosted to TWO BFL SC Jalapenos!

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October 10, 2012, 12:20:37 PM
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Due to the rise in BTC price, the 2nd prize has been boosted to TWO BFL SC Jalapenos!

WOWZA!

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October 12, 2012, 04:05:55 PM
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Couple more tickets up! Who else?

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October 12, 2012, 06:18:33 PM
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I'll buy a couple at .2
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October 13, 2012, 07:25:50 AM
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I'll buy a couple at .2

i'll sell 2/3rds of a ticket for .2

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October 13, 2012, 12:48:15 PM
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I'll buy a couple at .2

i'll sell 2/3rds of a ticket for .2

what you did there
i see it

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October 14, 2012, 09:09:04 AM
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Bought 3 more!
Lets get this finished!!!!

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October 14, 2012, 07:41:28 PM
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29 more sold!

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October 14, 2012, 07:53:45 PM
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Luceo... was just asking you for a deposit addy for 1 more ticket on IRC

But you are 'sleeping' lol
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October 16, 2012, 08:25:04 PM
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bought 10 myself
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October 19, 2012, 08:07:45 PM
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Up with a couple more sold. Bitcoin prices down so now's a great time to get in.

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October 19, 2012, 08:19:44 PM
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I didn't see this posted anywhere, but what's the order # of the SC Single pre-order you're raffling off?
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October 19, 2012, 08:39:08 PM
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I didn't see this posted anywhere, but what's the order # of the SC Single pre-order you're raffling off?

They're not pre-ordered. The order happens after raffle is over. He's not on the list:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=89685.0

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October 19, 2012, 09:21:18 PM
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I didn't see this posted anywhere, but what's the order # of the SC Single pre-order you're raffling off?

That's a good question. He's not on the list:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=89685.0

uh oh

It's a terrible question because you can answer it for yourself by reading just a little bit of the very first message of this thread.

I could answer it, but you're both being snarky and lazy so I'll let you see how it feels in return...

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October 19, 2012, 09:30:25 PM
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Oh, what they hey, I'm feeling generous.

Further Conditions
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- Winners can either provide the operator with personal details to make the order (name, shipping address, e-mail) or make the order themselves. In the case of the latter, the Bit-Pay payment address will need to be presented in a public domain (for example #bitcoin-otc on freenode) so that payment of the invoice can be witnessed by the community. This is to prevent any dispute as to whether winnings were paid.
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Neighborhood fact welfare, at your service...

...still. Read what's going on before commenting about it.

Due to export restrictions on cryptography the winner might not be ship-able. People who might want to remain anonymous or just want the money value. The order hasn't been placed yet. Face forward, open eyes. To imply it's a scam when you haven't bothered to read the first message in the thread only exposes your own shortcomings...

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October 21, 2012, 08:31:43 PM
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two more for me

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