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Earn Bitcoins / Re: aliens faucet
« on: December 09, 2014, 01:53:03 pm »

Introduce Yourself / Re: New Bitcoiner ready to rock!
« on: December 04, 2014, 07:56:22 pm »
oh cool, your site is so smooth it makes me want to fly somewhere!  well done!

Introduce Yourself / Re: New Member
« on: December 04, 2014, 01:10:16 am »
welcome aboard BudgetBitcoin!  feel free to post whatever you like! :D

cool site :)

Bitcoins Wanted / Re: I want to buy $1000 USD worth of bitcoins.
« on: November 25, 2014, 05:48:58 pm »
be careful folks!  always do your homework to make sure you don't get burned by someone, but everything seems plausible to just poking my head in here to say that.

Introduce Yourself / Re: New Member
« on: November 24, 2014, 02:01:37 pm »
so you have another bitcoin forum's web address in your signature but you are so new to bitcoin that you are unsure of how it works?  what would you like to know?

Tips on Safe Trading / Re: Here is how you prove a bitcoin sale.
« on: November 24, 2014, 02:18:28 am »
No problem :)  Keep in mind the video capture idea is a bit outdated, checking on the blockchain is pretty well the way to do it these days.  Back in 2011 it worked on paypal, but i think they know how bitcoin works now :)

Forum Talk / Bitcointrading works again.
« on: November 20, 2014, 04:35:33 pm »
Sorry guys!  A quick fix that should have been done a long time ago was preventing new users from getting their activation emails so thus for the past half a year no new users could post!  Ack!  Words cannot even express how bad I feel about that! 

10% off orders paid in Bitcoin, Peercoin or Litecoin 'til the end of June!

CoinURL / Re: CoinURL: The smart way to monetize your content!
« on: June 04, 2014, 05:30:52 pm »
Didn't know you were the owner!

I like it. I use it for my site as well, will buy more clicks when those run out for sure.

I most certainly am! :)

Glad you are enjoying the service.

Spend Bitcoins / Re: Online Stores Accepting Bitcoins List
« on: May 27, 2014, 05:36:21 pm »
I think I really need to update this list. 

If anyone has a store accepting bitcoin PM me so I can be sure you get added! 

12 / Rockminer R-Box Now Shipping at
« on: May 26, 2014, 03:01:57 pm »

The latest and greatest from ASICMINER has finally arrived!

Rockminer is a new company that is going to bring the first version of ASICMINER's new 40nm ASIC chip to market.  Their first product is the R-Box, a 4-chip device that consumes about 40-50 watts and hashest at up to 37 GH/s.  About 10 times more efficient than the previous generation!  It's very small as well, 9cm x 9cm x 7cm.

It hashes using CGMiner, but you will need this modified version.

Click here for more information!

In case you missed it, there was a kickboxing event sponsored by Havelock investments that was almost entirely Bitcoin themed!


Muay Thai Nights 6 is set to take place at the Hotel Riu in Panama City, Panama on May 10th.The night's main event will feature a WKA title fight between Paul Marfort and Mexico's Baruchs Alvarez. The co-main event will feature a WKA title fight between Costa Rica's Mauricio Calvo vs. Mexico's Julio Hernandez.

American's Robert Mosier and Joseph Muller will also be in action on the night. Mosier will face Colombia's Bayron Rodriguez and Muller will fight Costa Rica's Manuel Ahumada.

Fight Card:
Paul Marfort vs. Baruchs Alvarez
Mauricio Calvo vs. Julio Hernandez
Christopher Williams vs. Allan Marin
Manuel Ahumada vs. Joseph Mueller
Robert Mosier vs. Bayron Rodriguez

Hey so Joe Rogan finally got his Bitcoin education via Andreas Antonopoulos!  He understand how disruptive this technology is and to keep an eye on it.

Definitely a MUST SEE video:

Last week Joe had Andreas back on again to discuss bitcoin.  Watch it here:

Round 2 of Bitcoin fell short of my expectations but is still worth watching.  The first like 30 minutes is just them discussing iPhone's and stuff...  Andreas tried to get the conversation back on track but it wasn't easy.  Also Andreas was giving Joe updates on "new features" since the last time they had spoke, and he focused on multi-sig but what he should have been mentioning was coin control and the other new features of Bitcoin 0.9...  Hopefully this gets across in round 3 when Andreas comes back on in a few months.  One of the great highlights of "round 2" is when Joe sets up a Bitcoin wallet on his cell phone and gets donations within seconds of flashing it on the screen, and then gets hundreds of donations minutes later.  The donations are still flowing in but slowly now, hopefully he gets in the habit of mentioning Bitcoin on other podcasts and flashing his address on the screen. 

Anyways though I find it difficult to Google around and find this address.  It's almost impossible, so I'm hoping this thread will get picked up by the search engines.

^ Joe's address (he's donating everything to


^ Joe's address in plain text

^ Brian Redban's address (Joe's sidekick / producer of the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast)

If you are trying to remember the Joe Rogan donation address, you can always go to , I just made that shortcut so if you are going to send a penny you don't have to spend 30 minutes Googling around to find it.

^ Joe Rogan's Bitcoin address in QR form (hotlinking to

Bitcoin Software / Bitcoin Address Generator in Obfuscated Python
« on: April 04, 2014, 01:41:42 pm »
This is kind of crazy!  A Bitcoin address generator written in what appears to be a block of ASCII art, but is in fact a functioning script to store your coins with!  It generates a private/public key pair.

Code: [Select]
_                   =r"""A(W/2,*M(3*G
       ashlib&as&h,os,re,bi    nascii&as&k;J$:int(
     k.b2a_hex(W),16);C$:C    (W/    58)+[W%58]if(W@
    [];"rip           em    d160");Y$:h.sha25
   6(W).digest();I$                 d=32:I(W/256,d-1)+
  chr(W%256)if(d>0@"";                  U$:J(k.a2b_base
 64(W));f=J(os.urando       m(64))        %(H-U("AUVRIxl
Qt1/EQC2hcy/JvsA="))+      1;M$Q,R,G       :((W*W-Q-G)%P,
(W*(G+2*Q-W*W)-R)%P)       ;P=H-2**       32-977;V$Q=P,L=
1,O=0:V(Q%W,W,O-Q/W*                      L,L)if(W@O%P;S,
T=A(f,U("eb5mfvncu6                    xVoGKVzocLBwKb/Nst
zijZWfKBWxb4F5g="),      U("SDra         dyajxGVdpPv8DhEI
qP0XtEimhVQZnEfQj/       sQ1Lg="),        0,0);F$:"1"+F(W
 [1:])if(W[:1           ]=="\0"@""        .join(map(B,C(
  J(W))));K$:               F(W          +Y(Y(W))[:4]);
   X.update(Y("\4"+                     I(S)+I(T)));B$
    :re.sub("[0OIl    _]|            [^\\w]","","".jo
     in(map(chr,ra    nge    (123))))[W];print"Addre
       ss:",K("\0"+X.dig    est())+"\nPrivkey:",K(
         "\x80"+I(f))""";exec(reduce(lambda W,X:
            W.replace(*X),zip(" \n&$@",["","",
               " ","=lambda W,",")else "])

Python 2.5 2.7 is required. Each time you run this script, it generates a Bitcoin address with a matching private key.

Check out the article on preshing for more information!

Someone has also converted it to Python version 3:

Code: [Select]
_                   =r"""A(W//2,*M(3*G
       lib&as&h,os,re,binas    cii&as&k;J$:int(k.b2
     a_hex(W),16);C$:C(W//    58)    +[W%58]if(W@[];X"ripemd1           60    ");Y$:h.sha256(W).
   digest();I$d=32:                 I(W//256,d-1)+bytes
  ([W%256])if(d>0@b"";                  U$:J(k.a2b_base6
 4(W));f=J(os.urandom       (64))%        (H-U(b"AUVRIxlQ
t1/EQC2hcy/JvsA="))+1      ;M$Q,R,G:       ((W*W-Q-G)%P,(W
*(G+2*Q-W*W)-R)%P);P       =H-2**32       -977;V$Q=P,L=1,O
=0:V(Q%W,W,O-Q//W*L,                      L)if(W@O%P;S,T=A
(f,U(b"eb5mfvncu6xV                    oGKVzocLBwKb/Nstzij
ZWfKBWxb4F5g="),U(b      "SDrady         ajxGVdpPv8DhEIqP0
XtEimhVQZnEfQj/sQ1       Lg="),0,0        );F$:"1"+F(W[1:]
 )if(W[:1]=="           \0"@"".joi        n(map(B,C(J(W))
  ));K$:F(W+Y               (Y(          W))[:4]);X.upda
   te(Y(b"\4"+I(S)+                     I(T)));B$
    b("[0OIl_]|[^\    \w]            ","","".join(map(
     chr,range(123    )))    )[W];print("Address:",K(
       b"\0"+X.digest())    +"\nPrivkey:",K(b"\x80"
            ",T:"+_),str.maketrans(dict(zip(" "
               "\n&$@",["",""," ","=lambda"
                   " W,",")else "])))))

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