[USA-FL][H] Cisco 24Port Switch, iPod Classic, Galaxy S7 Edge Accessories, Seagate 2TB 2.5" SAS Drives, Xbox 360, Couple computer parts, Bitcoin Miner, Other misc items [W] Bitcoin, Paypal
Need all this stuff gone. No unreasonable price will be refused. I tried to price the items reasonably but will consider best offer on anything listed. All items do not include shipping. Please PM me your zip and I will calculate shipping. Must comment here first. No trades please. If you would like any additional pictures please let me know. Photos
iPod Classic - $275 New Screen, New Battery, New 250GB Samsung SSD, New Headphones, New iPod Cable. Works great and shows as 250GB with stock iPod Software. iTunes picks up iPod and can sync music. Back is a little scuffed but no dings or dents.
Cristiano Ronaldo ROC Sport by Monster Bluetooth Headphones - $80 New
Galaxy S7 Edge Accessories - $100 New Gear VR, New Wireless Charging Stand, New Battery Case, 2 used cases. No longer have phone. Would like to sell as bundle only.
Used Gear VR - $40 Used for about 2 hours max. Looks new. Still has plastic on it.
Seagate ST2000NX0273 2tb Enterprise 2.5" 12Gb Sas Drives - $275 Each Lightly Used Still under warranty until 2020 (Caddy Not Included!)
ZTE Zinger Plus Case - $30 Used for 1 week as a backup phone when I went on cruise. So never really used. Includes case
250gb Xbox 360 - $150 Includes Kinect (with game party game), Scene it game (with controllers), Halo 3, Battlefield 3, Batman Arkham city, Controller
Gbox Slav - $60 Barely used. Android TV Box can install Kodi and other android apps
Towerraid TR4M+BNC - $70 Never used. 4-Bay SATA to eSATA Port Multiplier (JBOD)
Box of misc crap - $25 I have no idea what works and what doesn't. Selling whole box as is.
MSI Z77a-G45 Motherboard - $90 Used but in working condition.
Call of Duty Black Ops 3 for PS4 or Xbox one - $55 Each Includes Season Pass, Nuketown Map, Soundtrack, 2 Weapon Packs, and Giant Zombies Map. Games are new and codes are unused.
Bitcoin Gridseed ASICs - $250 Includes 10 ASICs, 1 10 port USB HUB, 2 Power bricks, and a bunch of USB and power cables.
Leapster GS - $60 New Includes 2 games
Intel G1620 Celeron Processor - $25 Includes Intel heatsink
Cisco SG500X-24 - $750 This is a 24-Port Gigabit with 4-Port 10-Gigabit switch. I received this as part of a server package from someone else on Reddit and decided to not use it. Also including 3x3 Meter 10GB SFP+ Cables, 2x5 Meter 10GB SFP+ Cables, 5x Chelsio S310E-CR 10GB PCI-E Cards, and 2 Mellanox 10GB PCI-E Cards.
E3 NOR Flasher - $50 Real E3 NOR Flasher. Never Used.
TIFU by listening to my parents advice in 2012 and then making the same mistake every year since.
First off i wanna say they couldn’t have known because well i never even knew. To set the stage it was June 25th of 2012 and i was 15 and it was my birthday i accumulated some $300 from my family. Now as a kinda edgy kinda tech interested futurist mindset i had been reading a lot of conspiracies about the government collapsing. I learned of Bitcoin and for those of you who know about it well you know exactly where this story is going to go. It’s not like i was some genius who knew something others didn’t i really just had a feeling so for whatever random kid reason i really wanted to invest in bitcoin. My parents and grandparents thought this was the dumbest thing ever, they didn’t want me to get scammed and my parents really wanted me to buy a laptop to teach me the value of things. Bitcoin became a big dinner conversation the last week of June, my parents and grandparents both were hearing talk of “government collapse” from me and that “we’ll need bitcoin in case of government collapse” and that it was “slowly raising in value anyway, so what did i have to lose.” Well my parents made sure i got the laptop and not the “magical scam coins” they were so sure it was, my dad made a joke of it and i made an i told you so of it for days after, my dad and grandfather would say stuff like “how much is that bitcoin now” and laugh as i pull out my ipod touch and use the calculator until i think maybe a month or so in it stopped being funny to them because well... by July my $300 investment would have been $400 by August it was over $500 Yea you bet my lame “I told you so” 15 year old self kept up with this in almost horror that i could have been so right but was so wrong. It’s become a long time joke/regret i and my dad bring up, i pull out the calculator now and say “hey dad that $300 would be $520,000 give or take for inflation” Many of us wish we had bought bitcoin but i would have and almost did when i was 15. I’m 23 now and I still have never bought bitcoin so i have been waking up every day since 2012 having had a TIFU moment TLDR: I wanted to buy bitcoin in 2012 and my parents made me get a laptop instead like a responsible and reasonable child but i would certainly have like half a million dollars by now if i had just bought it but for some reason i still have never bought it.
[US-PA] [H] 2 older Mac Minis, Razer Tartarus, iPod Nano 7, Doxie Go wireless scanner [W] PayPal (or GW, bitcoin, what have you), Offers
Hi! So I have quite a few things today. First are two (albeit older) Mac Minis. Both are in pristine condition and work perfectly. One is a early 2007 model I think? It has a 1.83gHz core 2 duo, 4gb of DDR2 ram, and a 500gb HDD. It comes with a power cable and the original box and is running Lion. The other is older a power Mac 10,1 I believe. Specs are in the pics. This one needs to be wiped, which I can't do because I don't have the OS disk. It also doesn't come with a power cable. Next is the Tartarus. This is in fantastic shape, only used for a little bit. Comes with a box. Then the Nano. I got this a while back and accidentally scratched the screen. It's very small, but you can see it in the pics. It's also been engraved. The Doxie Go (1st gen) is in great condition. Used maybe 15 times. Comes with original box and charger. PRICES: Newer (2007) Mac Mini: $115 shipped Older Mac Mini: $15 plus shipping Tartarus: $35 shipped iPod Nano: $55 shipped Doxie Go: $60 shipped All prices are OBO. As far as offers, just tell me what ya got and I'll take a look. Thanks! Older Mac Mini specs: http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=w7d7xh&s=8#.Vc90_5_D_qA Timestamps/Pics: http://imgur.com/a/CW2jT
"Any other market resembling this would be considered a bubble. But in Bitcoins case, weve got to realize that it is a brand new technology, a brand new asset class. It cant be treated in the same way as a one-off stock like when Tesla first IPOd its completely different." /r/BitcoinMarkets
Hey everyone, Does anybody know if its possible to turn an old iPod into a cold storage wallet for bitcoin? It sounds like a good idea, but im just wondering if anybody has tried it. I have an old iPod lying around, and im not sure what to do with it.
Bitcoin noob, just setup a breadwallet on IPod touch, now what?
So I just set up my bitcoin wallet on my iPod touch using Breadwallet, which was very simple. Also I learned that bitcoin isn't measured in decimals like I thought it was, but rather bits of a bit coin. I feel like someone somewhere should've mentioned this. Now that I have my wallet set up what do I do? Where can I get bits to mess around with? How does one setup my wallet onto reddit and all that? Does the wallet address change every time I use it or does it stay the same? Here's my wallet address that's completely empty since it seems like what people do here. 1Cbj59Qqmp4hs9QpUQih1Hh1CKU3aDAiex
I am currently messing around with cold storage and wanting to first verify the process with a couple of test runs using small amounts of bitcoin. I am downloading the blockchain (again, sigh) on a crap laptop that I don't use anymore. Not sure I really need to do this but I feel like it lessons the chances of creating a duplicate address, which I know is something akin to winning the lottery seven times in a row. Anyway, I then take my junk laptop offline, generate an address, encrypt and then back it up a few more times on some new USB drives. As I am sitting here trying to wrap my head around how complicated this is, I have to wonder what percentage of people, true BitCoin adopters, are actually doing this? As a believer and technophile, I understand what is happening, but what a leap of technological faith it is. Sending large amounts into the ether and hoping it lands and waits, forever in the correct spot. Will it be there when I need it? What is going to make BitCoin easier to use and still give you the same amount of true cold storage protection? Is it a software platform that I haven't seen yet? Is it Armory paper wallet which crashes constantly on my Mac? The whole process reminded me of how I felt, back in the day, before iTunes and the iPod came out. I had iMesh or Napster or what have you, then I had boat loads of MP3 sitting on my external HD. I had a Kenwood Z919, the first car stereo to play MP3 on a CD-R. Then I really got mobile with the Diamond RIO, but it only held about 25 songs so it was a constant tug of war of reconnecting and then wiping and editing. Clunky was the norm and definitely the expectation. Now I am not going to glorify the virtues of running iTunes on, and connecting my iPod to, my PC as the perfect solution for BitCoin; however, the advent of that combination brought the masses a transformative technology and I think that is where we are at right now. Are there companies working on a true cold storage stand alone small widget box, iPod like device, one we could leave in a safe deposit box without power? One that creates wallets offline and generates un-hackable keys. I saw something from BFL, but they will never see another penny from me, so I literally will not even read the specs. People like to hold onto something physical, or at the very least a physical space they can visualize containing their property. It probably stems from some evolutionary trait that is hard to supersede. I remember opening my first savings account with my father, I was in fourth or fifth grade. There was a massive shiny vault door towering over the tellers at my bank, so I knew my paper route money was safe inside there. I had the small booklet with my balances stamped on it, which I kept in my sock drawer between uses. Our savings is something different, it is piece of mind. With the constant feed of "bitcoins stolen" being aired 24/7 on the news (since fiat or gold are never stolen anymore) I feel like the time is ripe for an iPod/iTunes like device to appear on the scene, something that can dumb down cold storage and make it truly palatable for the regular Joe Six-pack. TL:DR Does BitCoin need an iTunes/iPod solution to bring it to the masses? We need what happened to mp3 circa 2001-2002 to happen to BitCoin in regards to cold storage. edit: Someone mentioned Trezor, looks legit. Has anyone used it?
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Offers accepted in comments :) Here is an imgur gallery with pictures to reference. Screen is in great condition, and like most iPods the back is pretty scratched up but it blends in. Fully functional, charging as I type.
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