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1  Economy / Collectibles / Re: Auction 24 hours 1oz Gold Bar Pamp Suise sealed on: June 20, 2018, 01:10:55 PM
Not a lot of information here...

My bid: 0.115
My bid is only valid IF following conditions are met:
- S&H is included
- the bar is verified to be authentic
- i either pay upon receiving the bar or we use a trusted escrow
- either the item is shipped from the EU, or i substract the custom's fees from the total amount

PS: i'm not online very often, in case i win this auction, please PM me, this way i'll get a PM which will trigger an email being sent to my work email Smiley. Also, i'm usually only able to check my account once every couple of days, so don't worry if i don't reply asap.
2  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [FREE RAFFLE]JUST BECAUSE I AM STILL IN A GOOD MOOD 13.0 ETHERIUM COIN on: May 18, 2018, 11:41:28 AM
i'd like to claim the number "7".
Hope i have better luck today  Grin
3  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [FREE RAFFLE]JUST BECAUSE I AM STILL IN A GOOD MOOD 6.0 RIPPLE COIN on: May 16, 2018, 12:02:48 PM
I was unlucky yesterday, so i'll try again today.
Could i reserve the letter "A" please?

BTW: thanks for these free raffles, they bring some excitement during my day Smiley
4  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [FREE RAFFLE]JUST BECAUSE I AM STILL IN A GOOD MOOD 4.0 BITCOIN PLATED GOLDCOIN on: May 15, 2018, 12:38:38 PM
I'd like to pick 1 Smiley

Looks really nice by the way!
5  Economy / Auctions / multiple aged, developed, semi-acive [NSFW][XXX] domain names on: February 21, 2018, 02:22:56 PM
I've been paying yearly fees for a bunch of adult domains i aquired over the course of many years. Most (if not all) of these domains have at one point been developed and active, receiving real visitors, making real sales.

I've made quite a lot of money running these domains, but the last couple of years, life took me other places and i have no time nor incentive to run these sites. As a result, most of these sites haven't been updated in a long, long while.... Some have been hacked, some went offline due to changes in configuration, some are still online. This being said: even at this point in time, i do sell about 1-2 subscriptions to adult sites a month from the residual traffic visiting some of these domains. Together with the rebills, i make between $60 and $100 a month...

Don't click on these domains if you're underage or unwilling to see nsfw images and/or video's!

20 adult domains:
33dporn.com
3d-find.com
3dpor.com
3dpornportal.com
3dtoplist.com
3dxxxsearch.com
gfsnude.com
logxxx.com
max3dporn.com
pleasur3d.com
ponr.mobi
secretaryfuck.net
stereoanal.com
stereoblowjob.com
stereocumshot.com
stereoheels.com
stereolesbo.com
stereolingerie.com
stereoteen.com
xxxstereo.com

one non-adult domain:
buywithbtc.biz

What's included:
  • The 21 domains
  • A free push to a Namesilo account... you'll need to create a free namesilo account if you want to receive these domains
  • I have access to a $1 off coupon code for namesilo in my affiliate managing program. I'll get an affiliate commission if you use it, no pressure tough

What's not included:
  • A push to a different domain registrar
  • Any kind of support
  • The source of the sites... You'll need to get your own hosting, install your own scripts, arrange your own content

Escrow
Sure Smiley. Only one of the big, trusted escrows on bitcointalk is accepted. I prefer OgNasty since i had good experiences with him, but other escrows are also OK. Depending on the final price, i might decide to go first for really, really, really trusted members (If you have to ask wether or not you're trusted enough, you probably aren't). I'm fine with splitting the fees if the final selling price is 0.06 or more... If the final price is less than 0.06, the buyer pays the fees

Rules
  • The domains are sold as a package. In case no valid bid is entered before the deadline, you can PM me an offer for individual sites
  • Minimum (starting) bid: 0.03
  • Minimum increment: 0.0025
  • BIN: 0.5 (yup, that's a lot, but in FIAT value, that's only ~$250/domain, which is still more or less reasonable for aged domains that have actually been developed at one point in time IMHO)
  • I'm not online very often, if you ask questions i might not answer them
  • End time:Wednesday 28/02/2018, 10:00:00 GMT+1. Each valid bid made when the deadline is less than 1 hour away extends the deadline by 1 hour
  • Eventough the endtime is Wednesday 28/02/2018, 10:00:00 GMT, you might have to wait untill thursday or friday before i can come online to finalise the sale... Like i said: i'm not on bitcointalk very often
  • If you make a bid, i expect you to honour it... Red trust will be given to winners that try to weasle out of their obligations
  • If the winner weasles out of his obligations, i do expect the runner up to honour his/her bid (unless said bid is/was invalid)
  • I accept BTC, BCH, ETH, LTC, DASH, ZEC, MONERO or NLG... If bitcoin isn't used, the conversion rate is the rate currently asked by changelly.com + 5%, rounded up (ceil) at 4 decimals
  • I prefer dealing in the open, i probably won't answer PM's regarding this auction (unless the deadline has passed and no valid bid was entered).

6  Economy / Services / Re: ▬█ Signature Design █ 40 $ █ In Same Day █ Will go First █▬ on: November 22, 2017, 12:25:00 PM
I would be interested in a vouch design Smiley
I'm currently promoting trezor's hardware wallet in my signature, but i'm about to apply to be a trezor affiliate to (i own both hardware wallets, and i want to promote them since i think everybody should use a safe option to store their btc).

So, i'm basically looking for a hero signature design promoting both the ledger and trezor hardware wallets, maybe compare them and show off some of their features... An avatar isn't really needed, but if you want to show off your work, i wouldn't mind showcasing an avatar to Smiley

I realise i'm asking for a personal signature as a vouch copy, witch will limit your work's exposure, so i would totally understand if you would decline my request.

i will send it to you now

I have received a vouch copy from hugeblack about an hour after posting my request... The result can be seen in my signature.

Overall, i'd like to say that the design is unique, and it looks like it'll do fine for selling hardware wallets Smiley
Hugeblack worked really fast, and was easy to reach over PM.
I don't see any downsides to his service, i'm happy with the end result, the communication and the speedy delivery! Given the quality and speed of his work, i think the $40 he charges for a complete signature campaign package would be well worth your money.

Thanks!
7  Economy / Services / Re: ▬█ Signature Design █ 40 $ █ In Same Day █ Will go First █▬ on: November 22, 2017, 10:58:57 AM
I would be interested in a vouch design Smiley
I'm currently promoting trezor's hardware wallet in my signature, but i'm about to apply to be a trezor affiliate to (i own both hardware wallets, and i want to promote them since i think everybody should use a safe option to store their btc).

So, i'm basically looking for a hero signature design promoting both the ledger and trezor hardware wallets, maybe compare them and show off some of their features... An avatar isn't really needed, but if you want to show off your work, i wouldn't mind showcasing an avatar to Smiley

I realise i'm asking for a personal signature as a vouch copy, witch will limit your work's exposure, so i would totally understand if you would decline my request.
8  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTB] [eu] cheap unlocked smartphone shipped to France on: October 20, 2017, 09:16:37 AM
Hi lads,
looking for a cheap smartphone, it just needs a lot of ROM space for apps

must be unlocked, 4g is a plus

Shipping to France zip 01000

I broke my phone last week, and i'll be ordering a new one from volumerate during the weekend. I'm also living in the EU (BENELUX, so pretty close to france).

I'm going for the doogee x5 pro max:
http://www.volumerate.com/product/doogee-x5-max-pro-android-6-0-4g-phone-w-5-0-hd-2gb-ram-16gb-rom-852436380?utm_source=vr&utm_medium=productbysearch&utm_campaign=search

If you're interested, i can purchase 2 of these phones instead of one.

2 phones + s&h + VAT insurance - 3% promo come to 126.35. The VAT insurance does only cover charges up to $40 tough...

That's ~ 64/piece if the VAT and import charges are <$40, and a little bit more if they're over $40.

An tracked shipment with my national post costs 16,40

So, basically, i can get a doogee x5 pro max delivered to your door for 90 in BTC (10 for my troubles)... I know that's not dirt cheap, but you can still let me know if you're interested! (i'll be ordering this weekend, so this offer does have a time-limit)...

Disclaimer
It would be cheaper for you to buy directly from volumerate tough, the only difference is that i'll accept BTC while volumerate doesn't Wink
Also, it can take up to a month before the phone will arrive at my doorstep, so in case you're interested we'll need to find an escrow that has no problem holding funds for 1+month...
9  Economy / Currency exchange / Re: [WTS] BTC for fiat purchase of airgun (PP, Visa, mastercard, SEPA, cash) on: July 28, 2017, 06:09:23 PM
I live in the USA, but I can order from my personal debit card. What extra % were you thinking of? I have no problem enlisting an escrow so there is no risk to you.

Hi,

Thanks for your reply... I was thinking about 5-10%... Since it's a +500 purchase, that would be a 25-50 fee in BTC. If you'd want more fee than this, it would start to make sense for me to order a bitcoin debit card and go trough all the (timeconsuming) hoops to get everything verified, then pay for the airgun myself.

However, no offense, but since you're new and untrusted on the forum, i'd rather wait and see if i get an offer from a longtime member.
10  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS] BTC for fiat purchase of airgun (PP, Visa, mastercard, SEPA, cash) on: July 28, 2017, 04:48:14 PM
This isn't an exchange in the classic sense...

I want to buy a new airgun, and made a deal with my wife... She's OK with the purchase as long as i don't use our bank account, only the BTC i got as a "hobby".

I don't like to wait, and i don't like paperwork, so i'll either have to get a virtual visa, wait, verify, load, learn,... OR i can pay a forum member in BTC and let him/her pay for my airgun using their payment processor of choice (cash, paypal, visa, mastercard, vorkasse, wire,...). This way, this becomes an exchange of my BTC for your visa, mastercard, paypal, cash,... Offcourse, it's normal said forum member gets compensated for his/her efforts.

So, long story short i'm looking for:
- a TRUSTED, longtime  member from the EU
- that is confortable paying for an airgun using his/her FIAT resources. Everything needs to be done "by the book". No carding, no hacked accounts... Your name and address in the billing details (since you'll be the one paying), my name and address in the shipping details (since i'll be the one receiving the goods)
- who doesn't mind looking up some prices/shipping methods/payment methods, and make me a fair offer...

I'm offering
- BTC: if you're extremely trusted, i'll pay 100% upfront. If you're just normal trusted, i'll pay 100% upfront to a trusted escrow


I don't mind sending a copy of my id or drivers licence to the gunbroker if needed. Also, i'm located in the EU.

I'm preferably looking for a Yunker 4, 4.5mm (0.177) CO2 driven airrifle. A Yunker 3 or Yunker 5 will also do if they are a lot cheaper Wink

Following websites have them for sale, but if you find them somewhere else, that's fine to:
http://www.militaria.banzaj.pl/Wiatrowka-AKS-74M-4-5-mm-Yunker-4-Plastic-Folden-p227779-sklepy.html (polish, 330)
https://www.gunstar.co.uk/umarex-yunker-3-177-bb-air-rifles/Air-Guns/930153 (only pickup in england, 335)
http://www.menua.pl/WIATROWKA-KARABINEK-IZMASH-YUNKER-4-4-5mm-L-439-p50649 (polish, 447)
http://www.roba.ee/en/product=air_assault_rifle_kalashnikov (estonia, 451 )
https://www.asejaera.fi/tuote/yunker-4-l-439-co2-ilmakivaari-4-5mm/00073910/ (finish, 465)
https://www.brucklacher.eu/de/luftdruckwaffen/co2-langwaffen/yunker/co2-luftgewehr-yunker-4 (german, 500)
http://www.rusmilitary.com/html/airgun_ak74.htm (english, 509)
https://www.hood.de/i/yunker-3-luftgewehr-wie-kalaschnikow-ak-74-super-rar--67924065.htm (german, 549)
http://www.toparms.de/Yunker-3-CO2-45-mm-BB (german, 699)
http://www.sportwaffen-schneider.de/product_info.php/products_id/800 (german, 699)
http://www.egun.de/market/list_items.php?mode=qry&query=yunker&order=price (german, starting at ~700)
http://www.gunsnroses.com.gr/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=220&category_id=157&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=29&lang=en&vmcchk=1 (greek, no idear about the price)
https://www.frankonia.de/CO2-Gewehr+Yunker+4+AK74M/Izhmash/Ansicht.html?Artikelnummer=165957 (used to be 200, currently sold out)
https://shop.kalashnikov.com/en/products/weapon/weapon_2226.html (270, but i don't think they deliver to the EU)
11  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Slightly used/Almost new Ebit E9 units and Antminer S5 units for sale on: July 20, 2017, 01:50:37 PM
I've got a couple questions for you:
- are you from the EU/US/somewhere else?
- are you selling those in bulk or are you willing to split them up?
- is the PSU included?

Depending on your answers, i might be intestested in one of those machines, mostly for winter mining purposes (space heater). If i'd make an offer, i'd defenately want to use BTC and a reputable escrow like OgNasty.
12  Other / Off-topic / Re: searching for: air rifle or airsoft store that accepts BTC (EU) on: July 06, 2017, 06:15:20 AM
I like airsoft too, if your wife dont give you money to buy your gun, why not exchange your bitcoins so you can buy. There is no airsoft storr that accept btc as a payment.

It's a reasonable idear to convert BTC to FIAT, but to tell you the truth, converting BTC to FIAT is a big hassle to me (i have to sign up on an exchange, verify, deposit, exchange, make sure my wire details are ok,... ). After all these steps, the BTC wil be exchanged to "real" money sitting on our bank account, so my wife wouldn't be comfortable letting me buy a gun with it...
13  Other / Off-topic / searching for: air rifle or airsoft store that accepts BTC (EU) on: July 05, 2017, 01:23:34 PM
I'm an air rifle/airsoft enthousiast, but my wife doesn't want me to spend money on a new gun i had my eyes on.
I made a deal with her: i could spend some of the BTC i'm currently holding, since she doesn't seem to realise BTC = real money  Grin

So, long story short, i fell in love with the IZHMASH Yunker-4 (http://www.rusmilitary.com/html/airgun_ak74.htm). If that one isn't available, previous Yunker versions, or Yunker versions in a different calibre are fine to (this one is 0.177).
I've been searching the net for a seller that sells these machines, ships within the EU and accepts BTC. So far i had no luck.

I tried bitfortip, but for some reason the admin kicked my search after just a couple of minutes  Roll Eyes

Anybody has an idear where to buy one?
14  Bitcoin / Electrum / electrum-LTC coinbase transactions on: June 22, 2017, 07:02:20 AM
I know this might not be the correct subforum, since electrum-LTC is technically an altcoin wallet... However, since it's a fork of ThomasV's electrum, i wondered if my "symptoms" might be transferable to electum for BTC Smiley

I'm running electrum-LTC standalone 2.8.2. I also tested the beta version 2.8.3.2

My problem:
I created an electrum vanity address and mined some LTC using this address. The address in question has one input, coming from the coinbase transaction. The block containing the coinbase transaction to my address is mature (+600 confirmations). I imported the private key for this vanity address into electrum, since i prefer an SPV wallet instead of having to sync my LTC wallet completely.

However, since the input to the vanity address comes from the block reward instead of from an unspent output, it seems to mess up electrum.
When using electrum 2.8.2, the wallet keeps on syncing.
When using electrum 2.8.3.2, the wallet syncs, but shows no history or coins (unspent outputs). When looking at the address-tab, i do see the vanity address, with balance 0 and Tx 0. When right clicking and opening the address on a block explorer, i can clearly see the unspent output  Undecided

I already tried several different electrum servers (in fact, i tried them all), but no avail.

I know i can solve the problem by importing the private key into my mining node's wallet and then using the output to create a transaction to my HD electrum wallet, but i'd prefer not to do this (i'd actually like to see if i can get a premium price for vanity addresses containing only coinbase transactions).

Hope somebody can shed some light on this, it would certainly be appreciated
15  Economy / Lending / Re: NEED 0.02 LOAN WITH VALID ALTS AS COLLATERAL on: May 30, 2017, 09:38:53 AM
- Loan amount : 0.02
- Repayment amount : 0.026 / or we can discuss it later
- Length: 1 Week max
- Collateral or reason :i have 50 Getbounty Tokens also stakes shares from RUSTBIT TOKENS from blog post campaign but i also waiting for Rollin.io payments on this week so i will be able to repay on time , reason : for building my websites / other private purposes
- BTC address : 179sWBufH82qgemFDz8RxzjQJ4WQWm9ttZ

Thank You

So your collateral is 50 Getbounty Tokens... Where can these be traded?
16  Economy / Services / Re: forming collaborative sig campaign group for less-active members with HQ posts on: May 30, 2017, 06:08:44 AM
Daily bump (will be removed tomorrow)
17  Economy / Services / Re: forming collaborative sig campaign group for less-active members with HQ posts on: May 17, 2017, 06:08:30 AM
I like the idea however it will be hard for you to find someone that will take your offer. ACE works because they have highly trusted community members in their lineup, and bitcointalk staff like Lauda themselves. But this doesn't seem to be the case here.

Also, Coinroll sig campaign is currently the only sig campaign accepting posts to be counted that are made beforehand($0.0005 per post off your total post count), so if you can find a way to get these accounts that sign up enrolled into the coinroll campaign it migth as well be a good idea for stable income.

Maybe place ref links? Idk but that's the only other option i can think of atm.
Torcoin campaign is also paying bonus on the basic of total post count.You can check there signature thread for details and contact campaign manager.

Thanks for the tip... At the moment, i'm looking for more interested community members, in a second stage i might start contacting campaign managers, like Torcoin to see if they're interested in the group's total potential.
18  Economy / Services / Re: forming collaborative sig campaign group for less-active members with HQ posts on: May 15, 2017, 06:34:08 AM
I like the idea however it will be hard for you to find someone that will take your offer. ACE works because they have highly trusted community members in their lineup, and bitcointalk staff like Lauda themselves. But this doesn't seem to be the case here.

Also, Coinroll sig campaign is currently the only sig campaign accepting posts to be counted that are made beforehand($0.0005 per post off your total post count), so if you can find a way to get these accounts that sign up enrolled into the coinroll campaign it migth as well be a good idea for stable income.

Maybe place ref links? Idk but that's the only other option i can think of atm.

The problem with coinroll is that it seems like namworld's campaign is pretty full, he only accepts legendary users nowadays Sad
19  Economy / Services / Re: forming collaborative sig campaign group for less-active members with HQ posts on: May 08, 2017, 08:32:24 AM
There is one huge flaw in your plan. You are looking for "lurkers", but those who fit your criteria are not likely to take the time to address this correct? They probably have tons of BTC from the early days.

Yeah, figured that out to Wink But hey, if you don't try, you'll never know

@digaran: you're entitled to your opinion... I'm pretty sure this service is nothing for you, since the pay probably won't compare to bitmixer.io signature payments, however i disagree with you on several points:

  • I see a campaign like this as an honest way to make some pocket change, publicly saying that i should create a get-rich quick clone coin does not compare to running a group like this
  • I don't think this task is beyond my limit... However, it might be impossible to find the right group of people, so the group might never be formed in the end
  • In my opinion, a signature space exists to put in a personal signature. But if you don't have anything to put in your signature spot, like i do, i think you can rent it out. In my opinion, the value of a sig ad does not deteriorate if the group of posters gets smaller
  • I never claimed wanting to attract local businesses
  • Yes, i think i am capable of more or less judging which posters i'd like in my group and which posters i don't like... It is not determined by a single essay, but rather by the sum of all posts, feedback,...
  • I know i can't compete with the cheap workforce of china, but what does that have to do with any of this?
  • I also strongly disagree with the statement that nobody cares about the post quality. I stopped running a business on this forum a long time ago, but if i had a business, i'd rather have 10 people that write on-topic posts in proper english and have the respect of the community promoting my business compared to hiring 200 spammers that can barely string toghether 5 english words and make barely ontopic posts

But like i said, i'm not here to argue with you, you can have your opinion, as i can have mine...
20  Economy / Services / Re: forming collaborative sig campaign group for less-active members with HQ posts on: May 05, 2017, 01:23:58 PM
Does it mean a member of your group would not be required to post a minimum numbers of posts in any given period but will be paid on the basis of his posts history?

That is correct, however, if the group member makes a substantial amount of posts, they do count as historic posts during the next month (if we chose to auction off our sigspace on a monthly basis).
I chose this format because:
1) in my opinion, it would take away most of the motivation for group members to start spamming, since extra posts would only account for a very small increase in pay (and their pay would only increase after a month)
2) because i myself am mostly inactive/lurking, and there aren't a lot of campaigns that would not accept me because of this. At the same time, i do think my 1500+ posts do have some value, since 1500+ posts means 1500+ backlinks (SEO) and it does means that a lot of quality search engine traffic should pass my signature on a daily basis.


The reasoning behind point 2 is simple: if you force somebody to make new posts every day, their sigad will be pushed to the front page of bitcointalk all the time, and it will be seen by loads of bitcointalk members. If you don't force somebody to make new posts, his signature will be seen by people that actually took the time to search for a post where the member posted in. This means that i expect older posts to have a higher amount of targetted search engine visitors...
This is a very good idea.I think there should be some ratio of  thread created and posts for any member to be accepted in a group.
What I mean is 500 quality posts plus atleast 10 or 5 Thread created (active threads).
This will reduce the number of eligible participants significantly and even advertisers would find it attractive usually the op of a thread gets most exposure.

At this moment, i'm struggling to find people that are potentially interested, which is normal since i'm aiming at recruiting less-active members, so i cannot expect them to stumble upon this thread straight away Smiley

But you are completely right, it would be a good idear to only accept people that did create at least a certain amount of active threads in the past. As soon as i have at least a couple more interested members, i might add this requirement for new applicants.

Thanks for the feedback Smiley
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