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  1. Store you bitcoins over at blockchain.info, they do not store your password so they can't be hacked in the same way as has happened to other bitcoin traders. If you forget the password you are screwed and your bitcoins will be gone for all eternity. Let's hope MT Gox has some decent security systems in place, with yesterdays DDOS I wonder how long it will be before the hackers get in and download the entire username and password database.
  2. now that barclays have pulled ping it from blockchain.info then the only reliable way to buy bitcoins in the UK will be an international bank transfer to MT Gox. Here are the details, you will need to create a MT Gox account then transfer the money to MT Gox. Make sure you enter your own Message to identify your account and not XXXXXXXXX. Beneficiary Name (Recipient): MtGox Co Ltd, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan (IMPORTANT: if the beneficiary account name is not entered, our bank cannot assign the funds to our account) Branch Number-Account Number: 210-1457705 SWIFT: MHBKJPJT Name Of Bank: Mizuho B
  3. Blockchain is very secure. See below. Is it secure? Will another mybitcoin.com situation occur again? Yes, it is, and no, we are protected from such situations as all of your private keys are encrypted with your password before leaving your computer. We do not hold a copy of your password, and thus are unable to view or spend your Bitcoins. You retain full control of your private keys, so your wallets can never be seized or blocked and can be imported into any desktop Bitcoin client.
  4. This is the easiest way to buy bit coins. If you bank with barkclays, download the ping it app. if you don't bank with barclays you can still download the app but you will have to go into branch to confirm your ID. Transfer some money with faster payment into your ping it app. It's instant. Sign up with https://blockchain.info Login to your block chain wallet (don't forget your password it can't be recovered) Click the UK tab on the right, you will now see the ping it deposit. Choose an amount, they will then generate you a code. Within ping it, send them the amount of money you chose
  5. Hello Bloo.. Myself and a few friends use bitcoins, I happily accept bitcoins as payment straight to my phone using the block chain app.
  6. more computing power is needed to mine each and every subsequent bitcoin. It will take a couple more years for them to be mined as computer power ramps up and special chips are designed purely to mine bitcoins. Once they are all gone then I think there is some subdivision that will occur. I currently own about 5. Having purchased them for £7, they are currently trading around £30 ish last time I looked. The best site for buying bitcoins is block chain, you can ping the money over using your mobile straight from your bank account. Others sites such as MT Gox make you use international wire tr
  7. its bullet proof, the guy who designed it is a genius. Also if you make any transaction while logged into the Tor Network then it's impossible for you to be traced. The Tor network disguises your IP address by bouncing the internet traffic a number of times around the world and then out onto an exit node. The CIA/FBI/MI6 are currently sitting around scratching their heads wondering how they are ever going to crack this network. They can't with current technology.
  8. that's an increase of +30% for 1st class stamps and about 40% for 2nd class.
  9. here is his email address if anyone cares to educate him a little. [email protected]
  10. The ace is a very good phone, along with any other galaxy, Ive got the samsung galaxy S2.. Amazing phone, and reasonably cheap on contract.
  11. I don't work for sky, i just don't like the way they operate with the threat of jail if you don't pay the tv license. I have noticed that the BBC bash sky at ever opportunity. Also they pinched my photo and stuck it on the 6 oclock news. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/02/11/bbc_flickr_image/ Since stealing my work, I have kept a very close eye on the BBC. I don't disagree with the world service but its the how it's funded that upsets me. I want the option to opt out. Like events in the middle east, change will come eventually. The writing is on the wall.
  12. Before you start knocking sky you need to take a very close look at the BBC. The coverage by the bbc over the past few days has been pathetic. Sky today released subscriber figures of 10million. The bbc knows that the license fee days are numbered. In a attempt to undermine sky they have been covering the sexism row as if it was major news. It was headline news at 8am this morning instead of being a small snippet, they should have been giving in depth coverage to the Egyption revolution that is potentially taking place. The BBC is biased no longer impartial and its fighting for its life. It
  13. that water coming out of the paddling pool is creating a dirty brown puddle, and soon enough poisons are going to start hatching out that mud.
  14. It's been a bumpy ride recently and I believe 2011 is going to be a very interesting year. Agreed that you can only follow your convictions to a point. If the evidence is staring you in the face then you have to sometimes hold your hands up and admit your were wrong. I don't think we are anywhere near that point. I believe the headlines will come thick and fast next year. Fundamentals are at stake here. Do you honestly believe that a bunch of clueless politicians from both governments are able to buck the market. Market always wins end of. Record low interest I admit was a trump card I did
  15. that's the spirit RB. You had me worried there for a while. What stands us bears out from the crowd is while everyone else is walking one way the bear we will be marching the other following our noses, us bears don't have the herding instinct, we are not sheep. RB we are witnessing history being made with the global financial crisis and coming housing crash. It is difficult sometimes when you are living through history as it moves at such a slow pace. Picture future economics students opening their texts books and moving a finger down the index of the book, past global economic crisis 2007. M
  16. Shame on you realist bear. I have been following your news titbits and commentary for a long time. I am now supposed to believe that all of a sudden and in the middle of a huge global financial crisis that you have turned to the dark side. What has happened to the poisons hatching out in the mud ? Will the real realist bear please stand up as you sir are an imposter.
  17. i think this is the journos email,, i sent two emails as test to check if they had recipient filtering enabled on their mail server. The first mail to [email protected] bounced back. The next mail to sarah.o'[email protected] didn't bounce back so that would indicate a live mailbox. sarah.o'[email protected] Sarah O'Grady if anyone would like to mail sarah about her article then feel free, im sure she would like to hear your constructive comments.
  18. I'm happy to put the boot into the BBC at any opportunity esp after they tried to steal my image and use is on the BBC 6 O'clock news backdrop. Ironically it was the BBC who while surfing house price crash came across my image then decided to steal it. After threatening to sue them they finally made a snivelling apology and offered to pay me £600 pounds in compensation. They admitted that one of there technicians came across my images on House Price Crash and used the image to calibrate the blue screen equipment. It was then used accidentally. Of course it was. It just goes to show that the
  19. abacus building birmingham 33% reductions.. link here for data.. http://www.houseprices.co.uk/e.php?q=b12+0nw+46&n=100
  20. I seem to remember that barclays was one of the good banks that didn't need to be bailed out. They secured additional funds from arab investors. http://gnews.com/business/Barclays-Avoid-G...1635947602.html
  21. I don't know the details, maybe he bought at the height of the boom. link: Man dies in suicide from rotunda. I can see the rotunda from my apartment, there are still not many lights on during the evening. On average I can see about 10 at a time. It really is the white elephant of the property boom in brum. People were camping over night to "snap up" these apartments and many now wish they hadn't. Premium prices, tiny wedge shaped rooms, no parking. I bet its gonna be a sweat box in there over the next week.
  22. You are all wrong, the stats are skewed for the benefit of publicity for the ONS. They whip up some silly stats and get a headline on the BBC that you are now talking about. You can't group 20-34 year old as one group. A lot of 19-24 year olds will be still be at home while they get settled after uni and find their feet. If you looked at 30-34 yr olds you I'm sure it wouldn't be a 3rd. Come on people THINK!!!!!!
  23. this will be the fate on most credit boom fueled new builds. In 5 years time all the decent people will have left leaving scum bags to trash the place and then it's the decent into slums before demolition.
  24. Don't buy a newbuild, you will regret it.. I walked out of my new build rented flat in Birmingham this morning to find the 1. Lift broken 2. Police and concerned ressidents in the corridor. 3. Several thousand pirate dvd's scattered in the corridor and the stairwell. 4. Water gushing throught the building. It appears there has been a dvd pirate factory (again) in one of the flats. From speaking to the police (off the record of course) it appears there may have been a falling out between rival triad gangs or the people who were running the pirate operation. Someone has broken into the f
  25. As with most IT contrators I have been avoiding IR35 since its introdution. It's a risky business, tax avoidance, however I beleve avoiding IR35 is justified so I refuse to play the game. This bunch of chancers will be out at the next election. I believe it was in the tories manifesto to get rid of IR35 so maybe the old man could come in from the cold. Anyway as an IT contrator who works in the car industy I fully support this scrapage scheme along with all the turkeys who have just voted to ban christmas, however I believe this scheme will be just another turkey because this government has
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