This is probably what happened to the damaged ASICs
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Remember me? I built miners as a hobby, it got popular, well now I’ve been scammed, and can no longer conduct business!
I run http://CryptoCoinMiners.com I build crypto mining rigs, and things were going well. I had one particular order recently that seemed perfectly normal. I had great contact with the customer, and everything went smoothly. I built, tested, and shipped his unit, and as SOON as it was delivered to their doorstep, within 20 minutes paypal reversed their original payment.
Now I can't build anymore rigs. I work on such slim margins at this point that I have to order the parts on a per order basis. Having a -$1300 paypal balance has devastated my business.
Heres the original order (note it says reversed now after the fact)
http://prntscr.com/1ahhqf – order proof
Heres the proof of delivery.
http://prntscr.com/1ahhge – Delivery Confirmation
And here is the instant reversal.
http://prntscr.com/1ahgyr – reversal
Insanity. I wasn't trying to make all the money in the world here. Shame on me right?
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Agorism’s Tech Triumvirate
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G.A.O.: VIRTUAL ECONOMIES AND CURRENCIES: Additional IRS Guidance Could Reduce Tax Compliance Risks
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First € withdrawal reported from Bitcoin-24.com
So we got first money showing up today. Lets hope all balances will be restored soon!
screenshots for my new bitcoin management app ( somethinglike phpmyadmin for bitcoin )
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Today, Satoshi Square is at the North Side of Union Square Park, NYC 5-7pm.
Today, Satoshi Square, beautiful weather, bitcoins and Canal + will be there. North side of Union Square Park, NYC 5-7pm https://mapsengine.google.com/map/edit?mid=zc5ldrmP-Vew.kK7MgWkwuk8g
This project has been going very well, we recently launched in LA, AND it was recently talked about in the Financial Times!
Please come if you just like chatting about bitcoin, want to buy or want to sell. Come be a part of something really cool!
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US Treasury denies it is trying to torpedo Bitcoin.
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My Friends Restaurant Wants to start accepting Bitcoin for a Lunch Special in Tokyo; How do I set her up?
It's a small niche cafe with great home cooked food. Most of her customers are foreigners and she would like to promote it more. I suggested bitcoin as she is on a touristy place to gain general notoriety. She has begun to consider seriously.
She is into earning bitcoin just for her savings. Up or down she wants some stable ubiquitous currency at her disposal.
So the question here is how do I set her up. She is not, I mean NOT techie at all. What's the easiest/best way to set her up with a payment system. She does have an iPhone which I presume helps, but what's next.
Quote from John Lyons, CEO of the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance, from G8 Summit magazine.
As highlighted by the latest initiative by the United States to arrest some of the suspects that were involved in Liberty Reserve (a group indicted for money laundering that ran a $6 billion worldwide operation out of Costa Rica), alternative payment mechanisms, such as Bitcoin and a host of others, can enable criminal and terrorist groups to launder money and fund their operations. Governments of the world have the ability right now to ban these payment mechanisms.” From page 60: http://www.newsdeskmedia.com/files/G8-UK-2013.pdf
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I’ve just received my first bitcoin contractor job – go bitcoin economy!
I just wanted to share my enthusiasm
I live in Argentina and do freelancer work for a living, mainly in game development. Today I started my first bitcoin-paid work! I gladly offered 20% discount on my regular rates to help build the bitcoin economy, and considering I waived the pretty high freelancer.com and paypal fees, I'm getting almost the same.
It's pretty hard to get bitcoins in Argentina, so I'm extra happy for this. Now we need to encourage people to sell goods for bitcoins here, and I can start letting go fiat currencies for good…
Coind profile: http://coind.net/member/maraoz/
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