Book your flights on CheapAir with Bitcoin CheapAir

Promised my wife the I would take us on holiday if Bitcoin hits $20k

Anyone know if there is anywhere I can buy flights with Bitcoin?
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Bitcoin Cash is cash for the internet, you can pay your bills with it, buy groceries, book a flight or a hotel, tip people on social media, issue your own token... There're millions of things you can do with it. Use your cash 🍕🍔☕

Bitcoin Cash is cash for the internet, you can pay your bills with it, buy groceries, book a flight or a hotel, tip people on social media, issue your own token... There're millions of things you can do with it. Use your cash 🍕🍔☕ submitted by money78 to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash is cash for the internet, you can pay your bills with it, buy groceries, book a flight or a hotel, tip people on social media, issue your own tokens... There're millions of things you can do with it. Use your cash. It's the only way to create true value.💚🌍

Bitcoin Cash is cash for the internet, you can pay your bills with it, buy groceries, book a flight or a hotel, tip people on social media, issue your own tokens... There're millions of things you can do with it. Use your cash. It's the only way to create true value.💚🌍 submitted by money78 to btc [link] [comments]

Using Bitcoin, you can buy: Coffee, Food, Flight Tickets, Space Travel with Virgin Galactic, and even a Car #Bitcoin #Cryptocurrencies

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Where to buy a flight ticket with Bitcoin Cash ?

Hi there,
I need to book a flight and would like to use some BCH for it. I found a thread here where Cheapair and Destinia were mentionned. However, Destinia proposes only economy class (and as it is a long distance travel, economy isn't an option) and Cheapair only seems to accept BTC.
Maybe there are other options out there ?
Also, if one knows other possibilities to book hotels, it would be valuable info.
Thank you.
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Bitcoin Cash is cash for the internet, you can pay your bills with it, buy groceries, book a flight or a hotel, tip people on social media, issue your own token... There're millions of things you can do with it. Use your cash 🍕🍔☕

Bitcoin Cash is cash for the internet, you can pay your bills with it, buy groceries, book a flight or a hotel, tip people on social media, issue your own token... There're millions of things you can do with it. Use your cash 🍕🍔☕ submitted by vegasbooty to Cryptoandme [link] [comments]

Tried to buy a flight on American Airlines with bitcoin, but they gave me an even better option...

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I want to buy a flight with bitcoin!

Just because I can. Also as part of my continued experiment with bitcoin. I found a thread from 2016 that had about 5 websites listed. Of those websites, 2 seem to no longer work, and the other 3 are extremely expensive.
Where can I pay in bitcoin for a cheap flight in SE Asia?
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I want to buy a flight with bitcoin! /r/BitcoinBeginners

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Tried to buy a flight on American Airlines with bitcoin, but they gave me an even better option... /r/Bitcoin

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Buying of Jets and Booking of Flight with Bitcoin

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Richard Branson: Buy your space flight with bitcoin

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Richard Branson: Buy your space flight with bitcoin

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Reminder from previous bull markets

Usually, bull markets attract a lot of new investors - although speculators should be the right word here - and as usual, a lot of them are going to be crushed a way or another.
First, before putting a single dollar, euro or whatever in the market, you should read a lot to know exactly what you're looking for.
Are you here for the tech and/or the cypherpunk ethos ? Great, there's lot of resources out there (my links are cleaned but as always, do your due diligence) :
Now, you've read and you want to put some skin in the game. Several exchanges are acceptable, a lot of aren't, be careful and assume that none really are (know that I won't post any ref links) :
This was for centralized exchanges aka CEX. Talking about custodial, you'll need wallets to store your (bit)coins. Always try to use non-custodial wallets, which means wallets that give you your private keys. This way, if the software goes down, you can always retreive your money. Now, I won't link to all the existing wallets but will advise you to buy hardware wallets (trezor or ledger but there are others) or to create (on off-gap computers) paper wallets you're able to store safely (against all risks, not only robbery but housefire). You also could use your memory with brain wallets but, my gosh, I wouldn't trust myself. For Bitcoin (or even Litecoin), Electrum software can do a good job (but save your keys).
AGAIN, DON'T KEEP YOUR SAVINGS ON AN EXCHANGE
Now, about trading : it's been repeated and repeated but don't chase pumps and altcoins. Yep, it's probably the fastest way to make money. It's also the fastest to lose it. I won't lie : I made good money during the 2017-bullrun and I took profits but I also forgot to sell some shitcoins thinking it would keep going up, now I'm still holding these bags (although I don't really care). I know that a lot forgot to take profits. Take profits, always take profits, whatever your strategy is. Don't fall for people trying to sell you their bags, for ICOs trying to sell you a product which isn't released yet and obviously, don't fall for people asking for your private key.
Also, know that there's two endgames : accumulating bitcoin or fiat. I'm rather in the first team but whatever your strategy is, take profits. (Yes, I know, some will say accumulating ethereum or something else). It's true that a lot of ethereum holders made a lot of money during the last bullrun (ethereum helped me make money too) but I'm really biased in favor of bitcoin (and monero). So, pick your coin but again, do your due diligence.
A lot of people here or there will talk about the best tech, the fact that bitcoin is old and slow. I would need another post to go further on this point but know that a lof of air flight systems are old too but reliable. Trustless and reliable is the point here.
This is the post from someone who bought bitcoin seven or six years ago, who lost part of them, who spent part of them (but don't regret this at all), who is still learning and I hope it will help others, although it would need a book to be complete.
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How Money Turns Us Against Our Own Nature

I feel like sharing these thoughts because I’m having a contemplative evening and they’re coming together really nicely right now.
I think having a currency, be it physical money or even a virtual currency like bitcoin or anything along those lines turns humans against themselves by making them betray their very own nature.
Here’s a simplified and true example. Condensed. Scientists taught monkeys to use a currency. One of the first things that happened is a female monkey had sex with a male monkey and used the earned currency to buy a grape. So within about one day of monkeys having money the first monkey prostitute was born. You’re welcome and have a nice day.
How does money turn is against our own nature? It’s a simple trick of our reward system. It’s the psychology behind money that keeps it going. Without the thought behind it it’s just useless inedible paper, metal or a bunch of tiny bits of information on a hard drive.
Human reward systems are wired to go after the things that give us the greatest perceived reward and to spend the least amount of effort possible doing it.
In nature, if you have two options, eat the apple that just fell on the ground in front of you or swim across a river to eat a grape on the other side, you will pick the apple on the ground.
Why? Because the apple is a bigger reward and requires less energy.
If you kept swimming across rivers to eat things on the other side instead of eating what’s right in front of you, you would put yourself at greater risk of drowning and eventually drown, starve or both.
So our minds are geared towards finding the simplest solution.
We’re also geared towards solutions that solve the most amount of problems with the least effort.
For example we could keep wearing fur coats and walking around in the bush and keep getting wet and cold and making a fire to stay warm...toughing it out every day...getting attacked by predators.
Or we could build a shelter and solve all of our wet and cold problems forever...and then also not have to worry about predators while we sleep. Although building a shelter requires more energy initially, you do it once and most problems are solved.
So we will pick options that require more energy if the reward is greater.
When our brains logical center picks up on the fact that we have done something that was easier and worked out better for us they will release chemicals that make us feel good.
The reward for surviving a night in the forest is good.
But the reward for building a shelter is much greater. More dopamine.
That’s the reason people get hooked on crack. You do very little and you get a massive dopamine boost. Your mind learns that this minimal effort gives you the biggest perceived reward...and it keeps going. Why not? Less effort, massive reward. It’s in your nature. It’s how evolution favoured us for millions of years. It never changed.
So what does this have to do with money?
Money is a dopamine shortcut. You acquire money. The perceived reward of the money is much greater than the perceived reward of anything else. Your mind clues in like this:
“Wait? There is something called money and all I have to to is get enough of it and ALL my needs will be met because I can buy anything I want?”
That’s the biggest dopamine reward possible without inducing a chemical into your brain.
Money = All Needs Met
Our brains are meant to get tunnel vision when there’s an opportunity for a reward. That’s how they work. That tunnel vision is meant to blind us to the adversity we will have to face to get the reward.
For example, if you are at the base of a cliff and you haven’t eaten for two days, but at the top of the cliff you can see that there is enough food to last you a year, you’re going to climb that cliff. You will set aside your fear of heights. You will set aside your hunger and aching muscles. You will pump up adrenaline and you will climb that cliff. Your body will numb the pain in your hands and feet from the sharp rocks. And you get to the top of that cliff. And you’re set for a whole year. If it wasn’t for the tunnel vision because you perceived a reward, you wouldn’t have climbed that cliff.
This is all perfect in a natural environment.
But we also evolved a special part of our brain that uses all kinds of logic and worst of all allows for abstract thinking. Suddenly, vague concepts in our brain can seem just as real as reality itself. This was meant to enable us to problem solve. So that if there is a problem, the perceived solution creates the same focus and tunnel vision and enables us to get things done.
Let’s say I am hungry. I find some food. But it’s honey. It’s inside of a beehive. All that exists in reality is me and the bees that will sting me as I approach.
But then my mind will create an alternate reality in a sense. It starts throwing abstract concepts around until it finds a solution that works. It presents the solution to the reward system the same way that that the senses themselves are hooked up to it. Suddenly, I see myself lighting a fire and smoking out the bees and eating the honey. This now seems just as real to me as reality itself. It takes that solution and tells me “if you do this you will get your dopamine reward”. The mirage in my mind that shows me the solution by meddling with the part of my brain that processes my senses blinds me a bit to other sensory input because it has to take up that space in the brain to create a fake reality in the hopes it will become real. It’s a phenomenon that’s been proven over millions of years to work.
It’s what gives humans an edge over most animals.
Instead of just instinct, theres now a processing edge that takes in a ton of data and performs advanced risk vs reward calculations and tells us what to do. It’s better than instinct. Instead of fight or flight, there’s now focused intention. It works.
So I light a fire and smoke out the bees ignoring the odd minor sting because I know this is sure to work and I will get my honey in the end.
So now we are a species that is meant to specifically expend energy to problem solve ways to best meet the most of our needs as easily as possible. And we have a currency that exists as a social concept that presents a solution to rapidly meet all our needs. We also have a reward system that will easily justify making sacrifices to meet our needs.
This is a massive problem. A reward as great as money doesn’t exist in nature. However it exists as an abstract concept in our head that carries just as much weight in our decision making as something that exists for real. And the abstract concept presents a perceived reward far greater than anything we could attain from out environment.
Basically, money only exists as an abstract concept. But our brains are wired to work with abstract concepts as if they were real because it enables our survival and is a part of how our thoughts work.
So at some point in everyone’s life they are exposed to the abstract concept of money through language. The language creates thoughts that enable us to fall into a dopamine trap looking for a reward thats greater and requires less effort to attain.
So now our brains do what they do best. They generate a strong focus. They get tunnel vision. They prepare your body and mind to go through the hurdles necessary to attain a reward. And worse, our minds reprioritize.
In the example with the cliff, reprioritization plays a role. Normally avoiding heights and not cutting myself is high up on my list if things I want to avoid. We are wired to avoid pain.
But the years worth of food creates a reprioritization. Suddenly a couple cuts don’t seem like a big deal. The thought of falling to my death, a risk normally avoided at all costs, suddenly is an afterthought in the quest for food.
In the example with the cliff though there are limitations. There’s an upper limit to how far it will go. So if the rocks turn out to be way too sharp or it’s seemingly impossible to climb, I will look for a way around it and it all else fails give up and look for food elsewhere. But once inna while I will think of the cliff and maybe come up with a solution some day.
But with money because we aren’t aware of it for what it really is and we haven’t given much thought to it, it basically slowly corrupts us.
Every time we get money we get a dopamine hit. The more money we get, the bigger that dopamine hit is.
The more we get the reward, the more the behaviour we chose to acquire it is reinforced.
Just like the example with the beehive. I got the honey. I’ll remember it and find another beehive later. It just works. This is good for survival.
We remember that getting money worked. We will do it again. Especially once we have experienced the moment of spending it and seeing that it does in fact work and that other people are all in on the secret.
And because money gives us the greatest reward possible, we will go after it harder than we will go after everything else.
The reprioritization and tunnel vision this causes are the biggest problem. The more money you get, the more you repeat the cycle, the more of a cash junkie you become.
Why do addicts lie, cheat, steal, neglect their kids and ruin their lives? Because their minds have reprioritized to a bigger hit of dopamine by getting it the easiest way possible.
It’s the same with money. But almost worse because it actually does work. And the reward is bigger.
But the reprioritization seems to know no bounds. Here is the evil this brings into the world.
It creates a conflict of interest.
Everyone is out to get money as their primary goal. Or almost everyone. Only those who are intelligent and see through the dopamine trap tend to avoid it. And they usually end up cast aside by society because the society has reprioritized money over these individuals health and happiness.
We reprioritize our own children out of our lives. Suddenly we can justify making them go to school with complete strangers and we honestly don’t know what their day is like. But it’s okay because the money we’re making solves all problems after all. It can solve their problems too that’s why they have a college fund.
So we raise lonely damaged kids who will have money and no happiness and we go against our own nature. Naturally mothers and fathers are wired to spend 100% of their time with their children and take them with them unless they are doing something dangerous.
We now to against out own wiring and dehumanize ourselves and our children because money is around the corner.
Let’s say you have to get therapy. The fact that the therapist, who is supposed to be helping you, earns money to help you creates a conflict of interest. They will have a dopamine system that naturally drives them to want to earn more money. Which means instead of helping you the best they can, they will want to help you in a way that earns them the most cash. To the point where if you go through a crisis and need help the most but can’t pay because you’re short rent, they will literally sever a 2 year long relationship when you’re in your biggest time of need. Sadly, money has taken priority over actually helping the client.
Lets say a police officer responds to your call for help. If it’s something that is less likely to get them ahead in their career, like a burglary in a poor area, they will be less motivated to help you even if the crime is more serious. They want to advance in their career to get more money so they will be less motivated to spend time and effort on you even if a terrible crime has been committed.
Our whole healthcare system isn’t motivated to find cures for diseases but just treatments. As that solution makes the most sense when viewed through the skewed lens of the money dopamine taking precedence over all else. Money is now valued over the health and wellbeing of the patients. So there’s a conflict of interest with the healthcare system, pharmaceutical system and so on. The people working for those companies all want to make money and whether doing it consciously or subconsciously they will tend to lean towards options that get them more money because again it’s a he quickest way to the greatest reward.
I hope you see where I’m going with this. Money is like a fucking drug. It doesn’t exist in nature and just in our heads which actually makes it worse than a drug. At least you can see drugs and the effect they are having on someone’s life.
Money is much more insidious. You can tell how high someone is by looking at them. But you can’t tell how much money they have. And even if you can tell they have money because they’re flaunting it, your goal will suddenly become to be just like them. Because you think that it they have money, you can have money too if you do what they do.
No one looks at Joe the crackhead and thinks “Oh my God I want to be like him when I grow up.”
But everyone looks at Trump the billionaire, whose ONLY redeeming factor is that he’s the biggest junkie to cash on Earth. He put kids in fucking modern day concentration camps. And we’re all ignoring it. Because we’re all focused on other things. Saving those kids will probably be inconvenient for us anyway because we might get a criminal record which will make us less likely to earn money later. Or we might ruin our social status by talking about it which will ruin our ability to earn money later.
So basically in short the whole world is completely fucked because about 90% of the population has an addiction to a currency that only exists in out heads, is probably on par with crack addiction as far as the severity it causes us to reprioritize our lives around it, and instead of seeing it as a problem we see it as something to aspire to because it’s in our nature to do that.
You see someone fishing you want to learn how to fish because it’s an easier way to get food.
You see someone making money and you want to do what they’re doing damn you and their and everyone else’s humanity because your dopamine is now hijacked by a concept your mind will never drop because it gives the greatest reward with the least energy expenditure.
We hurt ourselves by neglecting our own needs because or the tunnel vision. We willingly hand our lives and most of our time over to people who have more money than us or a greater ability to earn money than us (we call them employers to cushion the blow and to feed into our own junkie like denial that we have a problem).
There’s a lot more money to be made in cutting down the rainforest than there is to be made in saving it.
And here is the worst part of all of this:
There is no way out. Because the majority of the world is ruled by money there is nowhere to go to get away from it.
If you decide you don’t want money you’re going to be hated by all the people who want money first and foremost and are in denial.
People don’t like people who don’t care about money. Because they think like junkies. Their minds are so reprioritized that they can see someone freezing to death on the street and just think...
Well I could help them but it would be inconvenient because it might get in the way of my sleep which would get in the way of work which would get in the way of me getting money.
That’s basically what this is doing to us.
So when the fuck are we going to realize that as a species at this point in time on planet Earth we collectively have an addiction which is destroying us and the entire planet we live on?
When are we going to put down the proverbial crack pipe and realize “we have a problem” and go do a fucking cashaholics anonymous group and say...
“I need to make amends to all the people I’ve hurt and the planet I’ve destroyed because of my problem. I’m destroying myself and my children. I’m ruining everyone’s life including my own. Because I have an addiction to money.”
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My mother's fears drive me crazy.

When I was kicked out of the public school system at the age of 9, I ended up going to a special needs school for a few years. Being at that place, I was forced to comply. The place was an extension of my parents. My parents would have long phone conversations with my "teachers" over the weekend and a "daily contract" had to be signed each day by a parent or guardian and returned the next day. They'd always say "You start at 100!" It was because the contract had been based on a fake monetary value and each day was "a dollar." In other words, each point taken off was a cent taken off.
Every so-often, you could use the "money" that you've accumulated to buy staff's junk in a closet. That was "the student store." At the end of the school year would be the "student auction" where you could "buy" the staff's junk, like a chewed up water bottle, with your "money."
There were three statuses of students, platinum, gold, and silver. If you had 90 or above on your contract for above a certain amount of days, you would be "platinum." I don't remember the exact circumstances to dropping status. "Platinum students" would get the right to "platinum trips." One "platinum trip" was a trip to a nursing home.
If you "acted out," staff would mark it on your contract and "take points off" based on their judgment. They'd also be so random with giving out "bonus points," so you could end a day with a 103 or 104. Students had complained that the contract system had been very discouraging to them and once the staff got started negatively marking their contracts, it would make them feel awful, and it just caused them to get further negative marks.
I know, I used a lot of quotation marks. That place made no sense and it ran on suppression. You were treated like little babies and dummies there. The place was honestly a private hospital with a CEO and a board of directors. I don't feel as though we were "students," but sometimes, I just don't want to keep substituting words.
If I had "acted out," then my parents often knew before I'd get home. I wasn't at that school because I was slow. I was there because of my reactions. The place had consumed me. Why? Because I was forced to comply. I had seen the consequences of not complying. I hadn't complied and I ended up in a hospital day program for months. That was the summer I had turned 10. It was really swell.
So...just as in 2011, when my family went freakin' mad after I was doing things on my own, I had never wanted to be treated that way again. I put on an act until my body couldn't take it anymore. Each time I got out of the house, there was a chance that TV Tokyo might've been filming. That wasn't normal. I don't live in Japan.
So I escaped home and got to the dorms. I felt so ashamed, stressed, and afraid living there. I had basic freedoms that I had never been allowed to have. Also, though, I didn't have a plan to transition out of the dorms. I had gone through so much before escaping and there wasn't any transition. My mother had threatened me with the police up until the moment we left the house to leave for the dorms.
I said some crazy things over Internet messages and I ended up hospitalized and imprisoned. My mother had blamed "computers" and she's like the mainstream news personified. Nearly all my life, my mother was terrified that I was going to be "investigated by the FBI," so I'm really not surprised that it actually happened. "Computers" was not it, but my mother's mind is a product of so much strange fear mongering.
I got out of prison and a few months later, I was sentenced to three years of probation. My mother wouldn't help me get a computer. As a result, I spent $20 on a 2013 ThinkPad from eBay. The seller said there was no memory or Wi-Fi module. They had existed under the keyboard, though. Even though I bought both of those things after buying the laptop, I still had to buy an AC adapter.
Also, my mother wouldn't help me with getting my belongings back from my house, so I broke in when my parents were in Cape May. Now, my mother tells me "I could've GIVEN YOU your stuff! You didn't have to do what you did!" Sure. I asked for one container and my mother picked things out and wouldn't let me have them.
My mother consumes each step of progress that I make. When I got of prison, she limited the amount of money she gave me each week so that I couldn't buy a computer of any kind. When she saw that I was struggling with that, she "increased the amount that I get," as she had worded it. Then I bought a laptop and she ended up "being fine" with me having it.
She wouldn't let me have my belongings, but then she told me crap like I just stated. Then, I was asking for help with building a PC because my laptop really wasn't ideal. Did I mention how scared she was that I was registered for school for the fall of 2019 when the only computers that I could've used were the ones at my town's library and at my school's campus? My Sundays were so awful. I didn't have a phone or a computer and the library was closed on Sundays over the summer. I was going CRAZY each Sunday staring at the walls.
So anyway, I asked my mother for help in building a PC. She was adamantly declining. I then spent what money I had saved up to build a PC and it's fantastic! I have four monitors and an Elgato Stream Deck. The Elgato Stream Deck is amazing. If I want to take a screenshot of the current window during class, I just press a button.
Microsoft PowerToys's FancyZones helps so much. I have three of my monitors divided into three zones that I can snap windows to. Also, I'm not struggling with the small-capacity solid state drive in my ThinkPad. When I got out of prison, I had scoured the Internet trying to find all my personal files again and I was buying extra space in various cloud services and even transferring the files from, say, Google Drive to OneDrive so that I'd have the files in more than one place.
Hell, I don't know if I'd be able to record my audio for notes from my school's accessibility office with the audio built into the motherboard. My sound card has a feature called "What U Hear," though, and it lets me record whatever audio is being played on the computer.
Of course, I want to drive and my mother is NEVER going to help with that. Instead, as with everything else, if I buy a car and start driving again, she's initially going to be absolutely terrified, but she's going to consume that as well.
My setup has proved to be so helpful in ways that that 2013 laptop would have made far more difficult or even impossible. Heck, I even found myself having to attend two conference calls at the same time recently. I had moved one of the conference calls to a secondary monitor and it was really not necessary for me to participate in it or listen to anything. I lowered the volume on the unnecessary conference call using EarTrumpet from the Microsoft Store and I focused on the call that I had to focus on.
Before I got my computer, I didn't even have a home network. I wouldn't have had the Internet speed to handle things during COVID-19 while tethering with my phone. I had to do it myself. Asking my mother for help would've gone nowhere.
I have a real-time Bitcoin value monitor on my Elgato Stream Deck. It's sure rising. If I would've not spent what I had spent to have this setup, then I would've had nearly $20,000. I'm past the point of blaming myself, but I'm not past the point of feeling frustrated. My mother takes me for drives and that helps. I wish I could do that myself, though. Movement soothes my newborn baby niece and it works for me, too.
I'd prefer an Android phone, actually, due to how it can interface with Windows, but I don't have the money to buy a Google Pixel phone when I can buy an iPhone SE and it'll be supported for way longer. I bought an iPhone SE about 15 or 16 months ago and it'll be supported until next September. Also, because I don't drive, I'm playing video games. Microsoft's cloud streaming service isn't available on iPhone. Microsoft is trying to get around that by making it available as a web app. That doesn't exist yet, though.
This is just a final aside, but Outlook is permanently opened on my fourth monitor and it would work even better if it was a touch screen. I was so stressed without a computer, though, so the original "use" of having that fourth monitor was related to Microsoft Flight Simulator. I was so caught up in it and I had no control over that. I'm not going to replace that monitor right now, though.
Thank you so much for reading.
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Coin Café endorsement and small warning

I got hit with ransomware back in 2015. Used Coin Café to buy $500 (yes I paid - wearing a paper bag over my head) in bitcoin. Of course, I bought a few dollars over because bitcoin value fluctuated somewhat. After the pain of this, I didn't want to have anything to do with it anymore and abandoned the account.
Well, a few months ago, I started getting emails from Coin Café saying that I had to log in at least once a year to keep the account open. I ignored the first couple, then said what the heck - I knew the email address because of which of my email addresses it was sent to. Did Forgot Password bit and got into my account. Those couple of dollars over were now about $1400!
I had to go through an extensive account validation process before I could do any more that just look at the account - email front and back of my driver's license, email photo of me holding the license, email recent bank statement and utility bill, etc. Finally, I was able to sell the bitcoin and transfer the balance to my bank account:)
Coin Café really went the second mile holding my account for so long and pestering me to log in to keep it open. These are really honest people - a less scrupulous outfit could have just done nothing and kept the money. Big endorsement of them.
The small warning is this - they required extensive documentation to validate the account, as they should have. However, that means that they have all this extensive documentation which, in the wrong hands, could let a hacker open accounts in my name or even take over an existing account. I believe that they have top flight security, but so did {insert company of your choice} when they got hacked. So always be mindful of security - freezing credit bureaus, two factor authentication, complex passwords, etc., and always monitor your accounts.
Once again, thanks Coin Café.
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*New Story* Do autonomous trucks dream of CW McCall?

I've got some serial stories I'd like to tell about living with (and in) technology and the industry.
Do autonomous trucks dream of CW McCall?
Falstaff’s story
“For a bright shining moment, we added a lot of shareholder value”. Falstaff had a comic with that caption in his double sized cubicle, the kind reserved for senior engineers. For a while he thought it showed that he didn’t fully buy into the corporate line, but that he’d still do as he was told as long as he had a shot at the big payout. RSUs, the big acquisition. The end of year bonus. That was the deal in the before time, when things mostly worked out for most people it seemed.
Falstaff knew he wasn’t the smartest, but he didn’t complain, didn’t pick fights and lived pretty well. His bad habits didn’t impact his work life and he still might hit it big enough to quit and try something else. To have options.
Then everything happened at once. The fires. The diseases. The chaos. Nobody knew who was in charge for a year or so. Things came back. A few years passed and the wealthy parts of the coastal cities looked shiny again. Most people called it normal. To the casual eye, it was. You could still get sushi delivered to the office late at night, ski in the Rockies if you could take the time off. Things were pretty good if you stayed where you belonged and kept your metrics up. Things fell off as you went East or to the not-so-quaint rural areas that couldn’t swing a music festival or good photo opportunities for social media. Go far enough and you found the places where the Feds just walked away. Not our problem any more.
That’s how Falstaff saw the world and his place in it. He had’nt had much sleep. Drugs, risky behavior and the self-loathing kept him occupied, making his morning commute that much less pleasant. He stopped staring at the RVs and tents parked on the land next to the on-ramp as he got on the 101. He jabbed the infotainment system to find some noise to sooth or at least distract him.
“Today, the Department of Energy announced that repairs have been completed ahead of schedule for the Diablo Canyon Power Plant. Radiation levels are now below acceptable levels for the first time in three years”
Click.
“We’ve got an autonomous truck accident with a car by Exit 6 on the 280 Eastbound, so expect delays while CHP and a support team from Freightliner gets that cleaned up”
Click.
It didn’t work. He still felt adrift and unhappy in the morning commute, so he silenced the radio and drove to the office.
The office was uneventful. Park, security checkpoint, a long walk to his building, a coffee on the way to his cubicle. He pulled the privacy screen closed behind him and sat down. A quick scan of his eyes and there was his project- a payment processing application that would cut out another payment application for a small percentage of a massive stream of money.
He looked over last night’s chatter, split the tasks into ‘do the work’ and ‘show that I’m adding value’ categories.
The fear and sadness caught up with him. He wasn’t ever going to get out. If he ran as fast as he could, he’d stay exactly where he was until his rent outpaced his income. His stock options would vest just fast enough to keep him going, but he’d never get out.
The morning dragged. Tweak this, report this to someone else. The bureaucratic minutiae and make-work washed over him until lunch. He looked forward to lunch with Tran, hoping that might get him out of his funk. Tran wasn’t so much a friend as one of the few people who admitted how screwed up everything was, so there wasn’t any danger of speaking the obvious and getting a negative reputation.
Tran was out today, so Falstaff ate leftovers and instant noodles in his cubicle.
His phone buzzed. There was a message on MomTalk, a chat for wealthy mothers to discuss brunch, day drinking and their children.
An engineer friend of Falstaff’s set it up as a joke to lampoon the women she couldn’t stand and her friends played along, adopting over the top personae and complaining about nonexistent spouses and domestic staff. After things came back, it was a way to talk freely, if in code.
Heather: Hey. I’m in deep trouble. The Nanny’s unhappy and I need someone to pick up the kids.
Falstaff sighed. Tran must need something.
Sheila: Missed you for lunch. Not feeling well?
Heather: Serious. My kid is stuck under my desk and I need him to come home. UNDERSTAND? NOW!
Sheila:kk.
He got up, took his brown cardboard biodegradable instant noodle container and walked a few rows over to Tran’s cubicle. Where Falstaff’s cube was disorganized and well worn, Tran’s was sparse with better furniture. Falstaff felt under the desk and noticed a decal with one end loose. A quick pull and the label peeled off into his hand, along with a small flash memory card, the size of a fingernail.
He stood up and quickly looked up and down the aisle between the cubicles. Nobody noticed. Nobody really paid much attention to him on a good day unless they needed something from him anyway.
Back in his own cubicle, he went back to the chat:
Sheila: How urgent is this? Chip can have dinner with us or we can drop him off on the way to fencing class.
Heather:NO TIME. FAMILY’S HERE AND THINGS ARE TENSE.
Heather:RUN. GET OUT NOW.
Heather:REALLY.
Falstaff was concerned. Tran didn’t make jokes. Laughing at Falstaff’s attempts at humor was enough. He had figured that Tran’s talk of ‘having gangsters in his family’ was an attempt to seem dangerous despite being a cubicle denizen, the way middle aged men bought loud motorcycles that they never rode.
He folded the decal over the card, pressed the sides together and dropped it in the instant noodle cup, then pushed it down with the corn-plastic chopsticks.
The background chatter got quiet and multiple employees raised their heads prairie-dog like. Several members of the company security detail were looking through Tran’s cubicle. Geoff, the brush-cut ex-cop security guard for this building was standing in the aisle attempting to look like he mattered to the operation as the more polished and definitely better paid detail carefully boxed the contents of Tran’s cubicle.
Falstaff picked up his phone and noodle container and started walking towards an exit away from the commotion. Geoff noticed and walked briskly after him. As Falstaff walked out of the building, Geoff called out his real name, then jogged behind him, puffing his half a size too small corporate logo’d golf shirt.
Ironed golf shirt.
Falstaff heard Geoff behind him, but decided to ignore him. Geoff was a blue-badged contractor, safely ignored. Normally.
Geoff ran in front of him and blocked his path to the parking garage.
“You wouldn’t happen to know where Tran is, would you? I’ve seen you with him ”
Falstaff tapped on his white badge. “You’re not my real dad. You can’t tell me what to do”
Falstaff squeezed past him into the parking garage’s doorway.
Geoff glared at him while Falstaff got in his car and put the noodle carton in the fancy retracting cupholder. He started his car and drove off as calmly as he could manage. Despite his attempt at seeming indifferent, his mind was racing. He attempted to make good time without getting attention. Luckily, silver Porsches were a cliché and therefore almost invisible in the Valley.
Twenty minutes later, he was in his mid-grade two bedroom apartment overlooking the parking lot. His cat, Hank, greeted him with a raised head and half open eyes.
Falstaff gave the cat some perfunctory petting, while trying to sequence the next few tasks.
He went to the refrigerator in the kitchen, carrying the ramen cup in one hand. He selected a can of energy drink and thought for a second.
His smartwatch and phone went in the freezer. Fishing the wrapped memory card out of the cup, he picked up the can and walked to his couch, where a bestickered high end laptop rested. Debating between speed and security, he turned off networking on his laptop, then inserted the card into the laptop gingerly, mounting it read-only in case Tran left something aggressive on the card.
Huh. A couple really large encrypted files. And seven smaller files with long filenames of seemingly random numbers and letters. He ejected the card and gingerly placed it on the arm of the couch.
The file names were bitcoin addressses. A lookup showed a total value of almost $600 million in value there.
The files themselves were encrypted. Falstaff stared at the wall for a minute or two, then realized that Tran had decided to quit and take an unauthorized retirement bonus from their shared employer. Enough money to kill for.
Who knew about this, and more importantly, who knew Falstaff had the key? Tran did. Perhaps his gangster friends knew.
He pulled his phone out of the freezer. A few project related emails and three MomTalk direct messages.
Heather:???
Heather:Where y’at?
Heather:I have investors. They’re quite insistent. They’re on their way to you.
It was time to go. Now.
Falstaff put the laptop down and ran to his bedroom. He pawed through a closet and pulled out the giant duffel he used to carry two week’s laundry from his grad student apartment to the cheaper off-campus laundromat. He quickly shoved a variety of clothes, some scuffed hiking boots and some corporate branded technical outdoors gear into it.
Behind a shelf, he found a long, antiquated Russian bolt-action rifle and a few paper-wrapped boxes of bullets. It wasn’t the firearm someone on the run would want, but it’s what he had. It went into the duffle bag, which he dragged into the living room. Hank jumped down and inspected the bag.
“Hank, I’ll hook you up in a second”
A quick scour of the kitchen and Falstaff had two thick trashbags and a box of water jugs with his current employer’s old logo on them, which he emptied into the sink and turned on the faucet.
As the sink filled, he filled the trashbags with whatever looked useful- tools, hobby electronics, his laptop and cat food. He pulled out a fat stack of cash from the bottom of his drug stash box. He contemplated forced sobriety, then carefully closed the box and put it in the bag, along with the cash.
Don’t change everything at once, he thought. Now isn’t the time to risk sobriety.
Falstaff rummaged around in the hall closet and dug out a bright pink cat carrier and stuffed Hank into it, then turned to the overflowing sink in his kitchen. He opened and filled the bottles in what he hoped was an efficient use of time, then pushed them back into the box.
His phone buzzed again. He contemplated throwing it back in the freezer, then thought better of it, shoving it and the watch back in his pocket.
Hank started meowing.
“We’re not going to the vet today, dude. Shut it for now”
Falstaff looked out his window. Typical traffic. Typical parking lot. A few charging stations, a fence and tents on the other side. He opened the window and threw the bags into the bushes below. He picked up Hank’s carrier, his laptop and looked at the box of water bottles.
Wait. Stop. Think. Breathe.
Tran’s card. A minute of searching found where he left it on the couch. He stuck that in his pocket, then ran out of his apartment. He considered the elevator, then decided on the stairs as they were closer to the bags and his car.
A few minutes of pushing and shoving had the trash bags in the front trunk , the oversized duffle in the passenger seat and Hank’s carrier seat belted in the tiny back seat. He spun the tires and entered the flow of traffic, such as it was.
He looked at his phone. More people seemed to want a response. Ignoring them, he found the closest florist’s shop and fifteen minutes later, pulled into the strip mall that contained it.
A few minutes later, he was in possession of three “Birthday Balloon Extravaganzas”, finishing off the shop’s tank of helium and a bit of Falstaff’s cash. He tied the strings around his smartwatch and let it rise and drift past the confines of the parking lot. The hastily constructed wad of tape and ribbon connecting his phone to the other two Extravaganzas generated a more labored flight, but eventually it drifted away. He looked into the shop’s camera and flipped it the bird as he left and jumped back in his car.
Soon he was back on the road, relaxing with his elbow out the window. Despite the stop and go traffic, he felt safe enough to relax and make longer range plans. Even Hank had settled down for the moment. The hot air felt less oppressive somehow. He contemplated the right set of music for an escape from civilization, trying on a few genres to decide. The screen also showed that the freeway was less than a quarter mile on the right and traffic would be light.
Good.
Then he looked again at the screen and thought about antennas. His radio talked to the cell tower, which talked to the Internet. Every application knew where he was.
Which meant Tran’s investors or their ex-employer could know as well.
One hand on the wheel, he looked around for something to pull the radio out of the dashboard. Hank meowed.
“You have an idea? No? Please be quiet”
Rummaging around in the glove box, he noticed an old folding knife. Falstaff slowly pried the radio from the dashboard while occasionally looking up at the tailgate of a modern SUV ahead of him. Realizing there was a rear-facing camera on the SUV staring at him, he slid down below the dash as best he could.
A few more stop and go cycles and the radio was free of the dash. He unplugged cables by feel, but one took his attention away from the road while he pried at it with his knife
He was distracted by a horn blast by his ear. Another SUV was forcing itself into his lane while the driver gesticulated at him.
Falstaff reciprocated by waving angrily at him, knife still in hand. The driver of the SUV held the horn down, angering Falstaff enough to open the window and throw the now free radio at the noise.
Feeling the embarrassment, he jerked the wheel to the right and accelerated into the bicycle lane with a chirp of tires and howl from the engine behind him.
A minute later, he was on the highway, quickly leaving Silicon Valley. He hoped to make the Nevada line before anyone figured out what he was doing.
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Buy a luxury plane with bitcoin? Now it is possible

Cryptocurrencies are believed by many to help make travel easier, as travelers no longer have to worry about converting money. That is, they can rely on the use of their digital wallet to travel to different airports and global destinations. Aviatrade, a luxury aircraft sales company, has decided to open up to crypto enthusiasts by allowing buyers to pay in bitcoins. The first aircraft available to buy with cryptocurrency is the Gulfstream G650ER. The aircraft can comfortably accommodate 14 passengers in three separate rooms. The cash purchase price of the model is $ 40 million as it is used and has 1,200 flight hours to its credit. In addition to making payments more efficient, airlines are also evaluating the use of blockchain for decentralized data storage and online commerce.
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WHAT ARE BUSINESSES ACCEPTING AMONG CRYPTOCURRENCIES AS PAYMENT -Mickael Mosse, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Expert

WHAT ARE BUSINESSES ACCEPTING AMONG CRYPTOCURRENCIES AS PAYMENT -Mickael Mosse, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Expert
A useful activity to get closer to a new situation is relating it with real and daily things. Maybe, if you have read those “For Dummies” books, you know the importance of getting topics in simple words to become familiar with it.
Mickael Mosse, Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Expert, wants to bring you a simple guide to walk into your first steps in the crypto world.
Let's go for this crypto walk!

Mickael Mosse about payments with crypto.
But, what businesses are accepting cryptocurrencies as payment?
Indeed, nowadays, the list is not so big, but you can practice with someones from today. In that way, in a couple of years, when all businesses accept crypto, you will be ready to take quick payment action.
Mickael Mosse searched for some examples of day-to-day shopping, concluding if more companies begin to accept cryptos as payment methods, the more mainstream crypto will become.
● If you want to buy Xbox store credits, Microsoft accepts bitcoin as payment in it.
● If it is lunchtime in Canada and you are thinking “chicken salad,” you can go to KFC and pay for it with bitcoin.
● If you are a user of AT&T or T-Mobile Poland, you can pay in bitcoin for your mobile bill.
● If you plan your next holiday, visit the CheapAir website to book flights and the Expedia website for travel services; both accept bitcoin.
● Or suppose it is Saturday afternoon, and there is a live play session on Twitch’s online streaming platform. In that case, you can pay with bitcoin for your subscription to support your favorite streamer.
● And also, you can get your fruits and vegetables at Whole Foods markets paying with bitcoins too.
You can check more useful examples of daily things and services you can now buy with crypto. Remember to check your country specifications in each case.
Your name and your money will always be safe and recorded.
When you buy a pair of shoes with a credit card, the store and the bank have all your data. Still, in crypto issues, depending on the crypto that you are going to use, the level of anonymity can be high or low.
For example, according to Mickael Mosse’s explanation, bitcoin transactions are public and traceable. You don't have to give any personal information. All crypto-buyers must have a specific address that identifies its transactions, so you can always check your operations record searching by your address.
In Bitcoin.org’s words, “Bitcoin is designed to allow its users to send and receive payments with an acceptable level of privacy as well as any other form of money. However, Bitcoin is not anonymous and cannot offer the same level of privacy as cash”.
Essential things in life require training. Walking through the crypto-world could seem like a trial and error mode because cryptocurrency is not just a trend; it is now part of daily life. All changes can be adapted, but now you have some information in advance to start thanks to the info collected by Mickael Mosse.
Tim Draper, the founder of Draper Associates and Draper University of Heroes in Silicon Valley (USA), answered the question about how to start in crypto in this way:
Open a Coinbase account, put some money into it to buy some crypto, and then send it to your friend to check it: "All of a sudden, you'll realize why this is awesome. It's so easy. You're holding your currency right there". So, I ask you: What are you waiting for?
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[USA-NY] [H] Collection of Games (Gamecube/Wii/Xbox/Playstation etc) PS4 Console. Over 300 Games and Accessories [W] Paypal G&S/Cash app/Bitcoin

I recently Updated my items offered for sale Scroll down to see whats new!
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Special! Buy $30 worth of PS4/PS3 Games and get a free copy of COD WWII for the PS4!
I also give a 15% discount to anyone who uses Bitcoin to purchase
Hello everyone,
Today im selling off a large collection of games (100+) I'd figure I start here.
Free shipping on orders $15 or more!
Retro Games:
Pokemon XD Gale of Darkness Gamecube - $80 no manuals (not sure if case is authentic or not)
Pokemon Leaf Green Gameboy $40 - Game Only
Pikmin 2 $60 game only
Super smash bros melee Gamecube $40 Disc only
Pokemon Gold Gameboy Color $28 Game only
Pokemon Heartgold CIB $120 no pokewalker
Pokemon Black 2 White 2 (Cartridges only $180 or $90 each)
Lunar Silver Star Story Complete Disc 1 and 2 $70
Legend of Mana Disc only $40
Switch Games:
Gun Gun Pixies Day One Edition $90 Brand New
Has Been Heroes $10 case included
Fortnite Darkfire Bundle $23 code unused
Pokken Tournament DX (Have two copies one with/without standard case) $42 Cartridge only $48 with case
Splatoon 2 $49 Generic case (no official case)
Wii:
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn Wii - $65 game only
Need for Speed Carbon $4 game only
Pokemon Battle Revolution $15 Game Only
My Sims Kingdom $5 Case + manual included
Resident Evil 4 $8 Case + manual included
Lego Rockband wii $5 Case + manual included
Spongebob Truth or Square $5 Case + manual included
Or: Buy all the wii games for $90
PS3:
Grand theft auto IV $5 case and manual included
God of War III $5 Case and manual included
Uncharted 3 ps3 $6 Case and manual included
Call of Duty Modern Warfare $6 Case and Manual included
Call of Duty Black Ops $6 Case and Manual Included
Saints Row III $6 Case and Manual Included
LA Noire $5 Case and Manual Included
Or: Buy them all for $25
Xbox 360:
Skyrim The Elder Scrolls V $5 Case Included
Borderlands 2 $5 Case and Manual Included
Forza Motorsport 3 Ultimate Collection $40 Factory Sealed
Duke Nukem Forever $7 Case Included
Sonic Generations $14 Case Included
Capcom Digital Collection $22 Case and Manual Included
Call of Duty Ghosts $6 Damaged Case Included
Sonic All Stars Racing $13 Case Included
Fallout 3 $7 Case Manual and Receipt Included
Injustice Gods Among Us $8 Original Receipt case and manuals Included
Just Dance 2014 $8 Case and Manual Included
Spongebob Surf & Skate $8 Case and Manual Included
Hip Hop Dance Experience $15 Factory Sealed (Sounds like game is not situated properly in case)
Lego Batman 3 $6 Case and Manual Included
The Amazing Spiderman $20 Case and Manual Included
Sonic All Star Racing $11 Case and Manual Included
Left 4 Dead $10 Case and Manual Included
Call of Duty Advanced Warfare Day One Edition Case Manual and original receipt Included $10
Lego Star Wars The Complete Saga $20 Case and Manual Included
Doom 3 $7 Game Only
Halo 3 ODST $5 Damaged Case Included
Call of Duty World At War $6 Game only
Singularity $5 Case Included and Manual
Sonic Ultimate Genesis Collection $8 Case and Manual and Receipt Included
Yoostar 2 $3 Case and Manual Included
Assassin’s Creed Revelation $4 Game and Manual Included
Left 4 Dead 2 $10 Case and Manual Included
Mass Effect 3 $6 Case Included
Dance Masters $10 Factory Sealed
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition $10 Original Case and Manuals If theres codes uncertain if used
Halo Reach $7 Case and Manual Included
The Lego Movie Video Game $5 Case and Manual Included
Mortal Kombat $7 Case and Manual Included
Lego Batman 2 $8 Case and Manual Included
Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 $10 Case and Manual Included
Spiderman Edge of Time $18 Case and Manual Included
Wii:
Nicktoons MLB $5 Case and Manual Included
Sonic Colors $12 Case and Manual Included (SOLD)
Pokepark $28 Case and Manual Included
Battlefield 4 $3 Case Included
Halo 4 $5 Case and Manual Included
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 $5 Case and Manual Included
Call of Duty Black ops 1 $8 Case and Manual Included
Call of Duty Ghosts $5 Case and Manual Included
Fable II $5 Case and Manual Included
Frontlines Fuel of War $5 No case
Final Fantasy XIII $7 Case and Manual included
Minecraft $26 Case and Manual Included
Xbox One:
Mortal Kombat 11 Kollectors Edition $310 SEALED
Metro Exodus Day One $20 No case codes unused
Rainbow Six Siege Advanced Edition $20 No case codes unused
Planescape Torment Icewind Dale $18 Case and Game included
Sekiro Shadows Die Twice $45 Factory Seale:
Hello Neighbor Hide & Seek $10 Factory Sealed
The Sims 4 Bundle $25 Factory Sealed
Mass Effect Andromeda $8 Factory Sealed
Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare $9 Case Included
The Crew $8 Case Included
Just Dance 2015 $8 Case Included
Playstation 4:
Crystar Day One Edition - $60 Opened but like new. Never played
Persdona Endless Nights Collection PSVR $60
Star Wars Battlefront Game Only $5
Call of Duty WWII $6 Game Only (have multiple copies)
Nascar Heat 4 New but opened $25
Judgment New but opened $28
Destiny 2 case and manual included $4
Rockband 4 comes with damaged case $35
Train Sim world 2020 $30 New but not sealed
Minecraft Opened but new $28
Star Trek Bridge Crew $25 factory sealed
Tales from the Borderlands $25 factory sealed
Minecraft $30 Factory sealed
Eagle Flight PSVR $20 Factory Sealed
Kingdom Hearts III $15 Comes with case and manual
The Elder Scrolls PSVR $36 Factory Sealed
Rainbow Six Siege Advanced Edition $25 Factory Sealed
the Elder Scrolls online $6 Factory Sealed
Battlefield IV $9 case and manual included
The Amazing Spiderman 2 $30 Game and original receipt included
Call of Duty Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition $10 Case and Manual Included
Mortal Kombat X $12 Case and Manual Included
Eagle Flight $14 Case Included
Miscellaneous items:
Fossil Fighters Champions $45
Brand new 3ds XL Gray $250
Nerf Wii U Armor $25
Wii U Gamecube Controller Adapter Sealed in box $65
Apple ipad 32gb 7th gen with gen 1 apple pencil (both factory sealed) $425 OBO (Will only sell to trusted users)
Nintendo Land Wii U Disc only $5
The Lego Movie Wii U Disc only $5
Pokemon Ultra Sun Sealed $40
New Additions!
Playstation 4:
Doom Eternal Brand NEW $34
Little Dragon's Cafe Deluxe Edition NEW $35
Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal NEW $45
Monster Hunter World Iceborne Edition with steelcase BRAND NEW $30
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint Ultimate BRAND NEW $50
borderlands 3 super deluxe edition BRAND NEW $45
The Surge 2 Limited Edition new but opened $24
MLB The Show 20 BRAND NEW $28
Monster Jam Steel Titans BRAND NEW $25
Call of Cthulhu Disc only $14
Cities Skylines Disc only $15
Agony Disc only $14
Farming Simulator 19 Disc only $14
Farming Simulator 17 Disc only $5
The Division Disc only $4
Shadow of War Disc only $5
WRC 5 Disc only $12
Truberbrook Disc only $12
Singstar Celebration Disc only $4
Pillars of eternity Disc only $14
Uncharted 4 Disc only $5
Star Wars Battlefront Disc only $5
Sudden Strike 4 Disc only $12
Psyvariar Delta Disc only $12
The Elder Scrolls PSVR Disc only $15
Space Hulk Tactics Disc only $11
Call of Duty Black ops 4 Disc only $10
Mass Effect Andromeda Disc only $4
Xcom 2 Disc only $6
Lego Ninjago Disc only $7
Trine Ultimate Collection New but opened $15
Xbox One:
Bethesda 2-pack (Contains Dishonored 2 and Prey) BRAND NEW $11
Life is Strange 2 BRAND NEW $28
Sea of Thieves BRAND NEW $16
Marvel VS Capcom Infinite Disc only $14
Mafia III Disc only $10
Metal Gear Solid V Disc only $5
Destiny Disc only $2
Resident Evil 7 Disc only $7
Tennis World Tour Disc only $10
Lego Dimension Disc only $2
MXGP 2 Disc only $5
Call of Duty Black ops 4 Disc only $12
Override Mech City Brawl Disc only $7
Roman Rumble in Las Vegum Disc only $8
Halo Wars 2 Disc only $10
Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare 2 Disc only $8
Hunting Simulator Disc only $15
Mortal Kombat X Disc only $8
Final Fantasy XV Disc only $5
Murdered Soul Suspect Disc only $5
Deus Ex Mankind Disc only $5
Madden NFL 19 Disc only $5
Slay the Spire Disc only $4
Mirrors Edge Catalyst Disc only $4
Recore Disc only $5
Abzu Disc only $10
call of duty infinite warfare Disc only $5
Everspace Stellar Disc only $12
Shadow of Modor Disc only $4
Rage 2 Disc only $10
Wolfenstein 2 Game-pack Discs only $12
The Walking Dead Season Two Disc only $4
L.A. Noire Disc only $11
The Elder Scrolls Online Disc only $1
The Crew 2 Disc only $14
Agents of Mayhem Disc only $5
Call of duty World War II Disc only $12
For Honor Disc only $3
Evolve Disc Only $5
Quantum Break Disc only $6
Fallout 76 Disc only $5
Micro Machines World Series Disc only $5
Fallout 4 Disc only $5
Wolfenstein II New Colossus Disc only $5
Cities Skylines Disc only $11
Just Cause 3 Disc only $5
Dishonored 2 Disc only $4
Watchdogs 2 Disc only $10
Thief Disc only $5
Troll and I Disc only $5
Steep Disc only $5
Sudden Strike 4 Disc only $10
Titanfall Disc only $4
Gears of Wars 4 Disc only $5
Agony Disc only $15
DS/Wii/Wii U:
Guitar Hero 5 Disc only $10
Splatoon Wii U Disc only $6
Wii Remote $12
Black Ops 2 Wii u Disc only $14
Pokken Tournament Wii U Case and Manual Included $8
Pokemon Soulsilver Case & Manual Included $115
Pokemon Heartgold Case & Manual Included $115]
Pokemon FireRed CIB $210 (Comes with the Adapter for GBA)
Buy either HG/SS and you can buy the pokewalker as well for only $30 more
Switch:
Rally Racers BRAND NEW $10
Impossible Mission BRAND NEW $12
Xbox 360:
Red Dead Redemption CIB $5
Minecraft Story Mode Complete Adventure Disc only $10
Mass Effect 3 CIB $10
Grand Theft Auto V CIB $10
Grand Theft Auto IV game only $5
Saints Row Case and Manual included $5
The Sims 3 Case and Manual Included $7
Dark Souls Disc only $5
Halo 4 Case and Manual Included $5
Terraria Case and Manual Included $9
Dragon Ball Z Battle of Z Disc only $13
Max Payne CIB $5
Assassin's Creed II CIB $4
Plants VS Zombies Garden Warfare Case and Manual Included $5
Console:
Playstation 4 Pro 1tb $350 shipped
Comes with the following games:
Call of Duty Black ops 4
Call of Duty WWII
Call of Duty Infinite Warfare
Tales From Borderlands
Destiny 2
I also do free shipping on orders over $15!
If you want to bundle games or have any questions of any sort please let me know!
Vouches:
https://www.reddit.com/mushroomkingdom/comments/hznvs0/u_doctorreinhardt_trade_thread
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Bitcoin Q&A: Where Can I Buy and Spend Bitcoin?

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