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E3 2015 DIGITAL TICKET Magicka Wizard Wars Exclusive Staff and Blade Psychonauts Company of Heroes™ Ghost Recon Phantoms E3 Avatar (UPLAY) Ghost Recon Phantoms Starter Pack (UPLAY) Warframe 7-day Credit and Affinity Booster Packs SMITE Loki Pack SMITE Xbox One Closed Beta Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Guaranteed Beta Access
HUMBLE ORIGIN BUNDLE 2 Dragon Age™: Origins Dead Space™ 2 Bejeweled™ 3 *Mass Effect™ 2
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HUMBLE WEEKLY BUNDLE: PRESENTED BY JOYSTIQ Dungeon of Elements The Dream Machine: Chapter 4
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Galactic Civilizations II: Ultimate Edition Total War: Rome II - Nomadic Tribes Culture Pack Dracula: Love Kills Gunpoint Sonic Generations The Lord of the Rings: War in the North BioShock 2 X-COM: Apocalypse X-COM: Interceptor X-COM: Terror from the Deep *X-COM: UFO Defense
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STEAM GIFT LATIN AMERICA /SOUTH AMERICA This is Restricted gifts which can only be redeemed in these countries: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Bahamas, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, Brazil, Mexico
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I want...

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★Keys TF2

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★Mercadopago, UALA, BRUBANK (argentina)

★(I'm not interested in other games)

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HUMBLE CODEMASTERS BUNDLE GRID 2 GRID 2 Drift Pack DiRT Showdown Overlord™ Operation Flashpoint Complete Hospital Tycoon Colin McRae Rally GRID Autosport GRID Autosport Road & Track Car Pack Overlord II Overlord Raising Hell (Expansion) Grid 2 Spa- Francorchamps Track Pack GRID Autosport Drag Pack Toybox Turbos GRID™ Rise of the Argonauts
HUMBLE JUMBO BUNDLE 5 Insurgency Men of War: Assault Squad GOTY Abyss Odyssey Blackguards Blackguards 2 Contagion Citizens of Earth Teslagrad A Story About My Uncle
HUMBLE CAPCOM BUNDLE STRIDER™ Resident Evil Revelations 2 - Episode 1: Penal Colony LOST PLANET® 3 Bionic Commando: Rearmed Resident Evil Revelations DmC: Devil May Cry Resident Evil™ 5 Resident Evil 4 Remember Me
HUMBLE JUMBO BUNDLE 4 Outland - Special Edition Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes Endless Space Emperor Edition The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing II Coin Crypt
HUMBLE WEEKLY BUNDLE: BOHEMIA INTERACTIVE 2 Take On Helicopters Alpha Prime Arma: Gold Edition Fish Fillets 2 Arma 2: British Armed Forces Arma 2: Private Military Company Arma 2: DayZ Mod Original War Arma 2: Army of the Czech Republic
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E3 2015 DIGITAL TICKET Magicka Wizard Wars Exclusive Staff and Blade Psychonauts Company of Heroes™ Ghost Recon Phantoms E3 Avatar (UPLAY) Ghost Recon Phantoms Starter Pack (UPLAY) Warframe 7-day Credit and Affinity Booster Packs SMITE Loki Pack SMITE Xbox One Closed Beta Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Guaranteed Beta Access
HUMBLE ORIGIN BUNDLE 2 Dragon Age™: Origins Dead Space™ 2 Bejeweled™ 3 *Mass Effect™ 2
HUMBLE WEEKLY BUNDLE: ICEBERG INTERACTIVE Nuclear Dawn The Lost Crown *Star Ruler
HUMBLE WEEKLY BUNDLE: PRESENTED BY JOYSTIQ Dungeon of Elements The Dream Machine: Chapter 4
HUMBLE WEEKLY BUNDLE: TEAM 17 EVOLVED Worms Worms Pinball Superfrog HD
HUMBLE JUMBO BUNDLE *Sanctum 2
HUMBLE JUMBO BUNDLE 3 Always Sometimes Monsters Insurgency Blackguards KickBeat Steam Edition Always Sometimes Monsters Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure
HUMBLE JUMBO BUNDLE 2 The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing - Complete Pack Crusader Kings II Crusader Kings II - Norse Unit Pack Crusader Kings II - African Unit Pack Crusader Kings II - Russian Unit Pack *Legend of Grimrock
HUMBLE WB GAMES BUNDLE The Darkness II Batman™: Arkham Asylum GOTY F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin F.E.A.R. 3 Guardians of Middle-earth: Smaug's Treasure DLC Guardians of Middle-earth Batman™: Arkham Origins DLC *The Lord of the Rings Online: Steely Dawn Starter Pack
HUMBLE ORIGIN BUNDLE Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 - Uprising Origin Key Populous Origin Key The Sims 3 High End Loft Stuff Key (ORIGIN) The Sims 3 Late Night Key (ORIGIN) The Sims 3 Date Night Key (ORIGIN)
Galactic Civilizations II: Ultimate Edition Total War: Rome II - Nomadic Tribes Culture Pack Dracula: Love Kills Gunpoint Sonic Generations The Lord of the Rings: War in the North BioShock 2 X-COM: Apocalypse X-COM: Interceptor X-COM: Terror from the Deep *X-COM: UFO Defense
STEAM GIFT ROW (GLOBAL) Blackguards Gas Guzzlers Extreme Grim Fandango Remastered Half-Life 2 Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition NBA 2K16: Michael Jordan Edition Nether: Resurrected Legendary PAYDAY 2: A Merry Payday Christmas Soundtrack Resident evil 4 / biohazard 4 Resident Evil 5/ Biohazard 5 Resident Evil Revelations / Biohazard Revelations Shadow Warrior Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed + DLC The Ship - 2 Pack Gift
STEAM GIFT LATIN AMERICA /SOUTH AMERICA This is Restricted gifts which can only be redeemed in these countries: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Bahamas, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, Brazil, Mexico
Aliens Collection Aliens vs. Predator™ Aliens vs. Predator Collection Assassin's Creed™: Director's Cut Edition Assassin's Creed 2 Deluxe Edition Assassin’s Creed® Brotherhood Assassin's Creed® Revelations Assassin’s Creed® III ARK: Survival Evolved Batman: Arkham Asylum Game of the Year Edition Batman: Arkham City - Game of the Year Edition Batman™: Arkham Origins BioShock Infinite BioShock Triple Pack (Incluye 3 artículos: BioShock Infinite, BioShock® 2, BioShock™) Borderlands 2 Call of Duty®: Black Ops III, Call of Duty: Black Ops III - Zombies Call of Duty Definitive Collection ( Incluye 117 artículos ) Call of Duty World War II Bundle ( Call of Duty, Call of Duty: United Offensive, Call of Duty: World at War, Call of Duty® 2) Chivalry: Complete Pack Colin McRae Rally Counter-Strike Complete incluye csgo + prime Crysis® Maximum Edition (Incluye 2 artículos: Crysis, Crysis Warhead®) Dying Light DiRT Showdown Double Dragon: Neon F1 2012 Fallout 3 Fallout: New Vegas Frankenstein: Master of Death GameMaker: Studio HTML5 Game of Thrones - A Telltale Games Series Gauntlet™ Slayer Edition Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Grim Fandango Remastered GRID GRID Autosport Just Survive, Just Survive Test Server, Z1 Battle Royale, Z1 Battle Royale: Test Server (Unknown package 42337) Hitman Absolution: Elite Edition (12 articulos) How to Survive - Storm Warning Edition Killing Floor Gift Lilly and Sasha: Curse of the Immortals Lords Of The Fallen Mad Max Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle : School Girls Edition Mahjong Pretty Girls Battle Bundle Pack METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor Game of the Year Edition Minecraft: Story Mode - A Telltale Games Series Need for Speed: Shift Outlast Outlast: Whistleblower DLC PAYDAY™ The Heist PAYDAY 2 gift Ryse: Son of Rome Resident Evil 6 Complete Rebellion Anthology ( 18 games + dlc) Rocket League + Supersonic Fury DLC Pack, Revenge of the Battle-Cars DLC Pack, Chaos Run DLC Pack Saints Row Ultimate Franchise Pack (48 articulos) Shadow Warrior Sniper Elite 3 South Park™: The Stick of Truth™ Spec Ops: The Line The Binding of Isaac Collection The District The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Legendary Edition (juego +dlc) The Walking Dead The Walking Dead: 400 Days (DLC)) The Walking Dead: Season 2 The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition The Wolf Among Us Trials Fusion
I want...

★Keys CS:GO

★Keys TF2

★Cards a value of 0.08 or greater

★Sack Gems

★Bitcoin of ALTcoin

★Skins CS:GO

★Items that can be sold in the market

★Mercadopago, UALA, BRUBANK (argentina)

★(I'm not interested in other games)

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I'm switching to BCH. Here's why, from an unbiased, non-whale, non-mining-magnate, mildly informed, middle-class Joe on the street.

I was not ever extremely involved in Bitcoin. I first heard about it through my friend in early 2015 and didn't pay it much mind as it didn't seem that interesting or useful at the time and wasn't quite yet fully mainstream. We mined about $50 with a couple outdated ASICs some random Redditor sent us, then our op got shut down by his dad when his power costs doubled, and he blew the coins on CS:GO skins. I only started getting involved with it again a few months ago when the massive price spike happened and all the mainstream news articles started coming in. We're again thinking of pooling our money to buy a miner, this time a real one (those Dragonmint ones sound interesting if legit), and I'm even doing my science fair project on cryptocurrency. (Science fair research is where most of my history and technical(ish) understanding comes from.)
I've done my fair share of reading on the major forks (BTC and BCH), and up until now I didn't really pick a side. I subscribe to both major subs and I think that both forks have merit. But today I really realized that Cash is the only logical direction that Bitcoin should go in, and Core is just not what Bitcoin is supposed to do and definitely not what any of Bitcoin's early supporters intended.
My realization basically occurred when I realized that "the solution to scaling isn't necessarily to raise blocksize" sounds the exact same as "the solution to losing weight isn't necessarily to output more calories than you input." There is not a way to properly scale TX volume without A) changing the implementation in such a way as that the Bitcoin fundamentals are lost (e.g. LN) or B) increasing the blocksize. This puts Core supporters in one of two camps: that losing some of the fundamentals are okay if it means that TX volume can scale without increasing blocksize, or that TX volume is not supposed to scale and that Bitcoin should migrate to a store-of-value. In both cases, a long-term future is possible, but is not what Bitcoin is supposed to be. In the first case, the fundamental codebase and storing all transactions on-chain is what makes Bitcoin so good and what has allowed it to reach such widespread adoption and wild pricing, so killing it makes no sense on any level. In the second case, you are ignoring almost all of what Bitcoin is designed to be - the whitepaper is written entirely around transactions and the codebase is wholly written for and focused on transactionary purposes. Bitcoin transacts in a way that no other widespread currency can, and to willfully ignore that in favor of a generic store-of-value -- which is already accomplished by a billion other things -- is to say "fuck you" to Satoshi, his vision, and all of his code.
The solution to scaling is, and always will be, to increase blocksize. It's that simple. The 8MB blocks wouldn't even be halfway to filling even if all transactions from both forks were to occur on them, and today's mining and node hardware can easily handle them. It's already technologically feasible to mine 1GB blocks, which would sustain about 3000 TX/s. Both general computing and mining hardware is constantly evolving at an absolutely blistering pace, and as long as growth rates stay even somewhat reasonable, network members' hardware will be able to handle whatever blocksize is needed, while maintaining full decentralization.
Bitcoin is meant to be a transactionary currency, and to try and make it anything else is a farce and an insult to everyone who supported it in its early days. In order to be a transactionary currency and still maintain all of the fundamentals of the Bitcoin code, the blocksize must be increased and continue to be increased in whatever increments are needed. Real-time blocksize increases are fully sustainable and will always be sustainable as long as hardware (both general and mining) continues to evolve at a pace even remotely similar to its pace today.
Bitcoin Cash is Bitcoin. Bitcoin Legacy is a waste of the Bitcoin name and of all the code, concepts, visions and effort of everyone who helped create it. Thank you to everyone who helped me slowly see the light, and I would be gratified if this post helps even one person come to the same realization.
EDIT: Much thanks for gold! I have themes again!
EDIT 2: A TL;DR, because this is a bit long, copied from my response to DonaldJTrumpMBGA:
A) Bitcoin is intended as a transactionary currency
B) Bitcoin should not lose any of its core code features that it came into existence with
C) In order for both A and B to concurrently be true, a blocksize increase is mandatory, thus BCH is the true Bitcoin
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Decred Journal – July 2018

Note: you can read this on Medium, GitHub or old Reddit to view all the links

Development

dcrd: Several steps towards multipeer downloads completed: an optimization to use in-memory block index and a new 1337 chain view. Maintenance: improved test coverage, upgrading dependency management system and preparing for the upcoming Go 1.11 release.
dcrwallet: A big change introducing optional privacy-preserving SPV sync mode was merged. In this mode dcrwallet does not download the full blockchain but only gets the "filters", uses them to determine which blocks it needs and fetches them from random nodes on the network. This has on-disk footprint of 300-400 MB and sync time of minutes, compared to ~3.4 GB and sync time of hours for full sync (these are rough estimates).
jy-p: the server side of SPV (in dcrd) was deployed in v1.2.0, the client side of SPV (in dcrwallet) is in our next release, v1.3.0. Still some minor bugs in SPV that are being worked out. There will be an update to add the latest features from BIP 157/158 in the next few months. SPV will be optional in v1.3.0, but it will become the default after we get a proper header commitment for it (#general)
Decrediton: besides regular bugfixes and design improvements, several components are being developed in parallel like SPV mode, Politeia integration and Trezor support.
Politeia: testing started on mainnet, thanks to everyone who is participating. A lot of testing, bugfixing and polishing is happening in preparation for full mainnet launch. There are also a few missing features to be added before launch, e.g. capacity to edit a proposal and versioning for that, discussion to remain open once voting starts. Decrediton integration is moving forward, check out this video for a demo and this meta issue for the full checklist.
Trezor: Decrediton integration of initial Trezor support is in progress and there is a demo.
Android: app design version 2.0 completed.
dcrdata: development of several chart visualizations was completed and is awaiting deployment. Specifically, voting agendas and historic charts are merged while ticket pool visualization is in testing.
atomicswap: @glendc is seeking reviews of his Ethereum support pull request.
Dev activity stats for July: 252 active PRs, 220 master commits, 34,754 added and 12,847 deleted lines spread across 6 repositories. Contributions came from 6-10 developers per repository. (chart)

Network

Hashrate: the month started at 40.5 and ended at 51.6 PH/s, with a low of 33.3 and a new all time high of 68.4 PH/s. F2Pool is leading with 40-45%, followed by the new BeePool at 15-25% and coinmine.pl at 18-23%.
Staking: 30-day average ticket price is 92.6 DCR (-2.1). The price started the month at 94.6 and quickly retreated to month's low of 85 until 1,860 tickets were bought within a single period (versus target 720). This pushed the pool of tickets to 41,970 (2.5% above target), which in turn caused 10 price increases in a row to the month's high of 100.4. This was the highest ticket price seen on the new ticket price algorithm which has been in effect since Jul 2017. Second half of the month there was unusually low volatility between 92 and 94 DCR per ticket. Locked DCR held between 3.75 and 3.87 million or 46.6-48.0% of supply (+0.1% from previous peak).
Nodes: there are 212 public listening and 216 normal nodes per dcred.eu. Version distribution: 67% on v1.2.0 (+10%), 24% on v1.1.2 (-1%), 7% on v1.1.0 (-7%). Node count data is not perfect but we can see the steady trend of upgrading to v1.2.0. This version of dcrd is notable for serving compact filters. The increased count of such full nodes allows the developers to test SPV client mode in preparations for the upcoming v1.3.0 release.

ASICs

Obelisk posted three updates in July. For the most recent daily updates join their Discord.
New miner from iBeLink: DSM7T hashes Blake256 at 7 TH/s or Blake2b at 3.5 TH/s, consumes 2,100 W and costs $3,800, shipping Aug 5-10.
There were also speculations about the mysterious Pangolin Whatsminer DCR with the speed of 44 TH/s at 2,200 W and the cost of $3,888, shipping November. If you know more about it please share with us in #pow-mining channel.

Integrations

Meet new stake pool: dcrpool.ibitlin.com has 1% fees and is hosted by @life.
An interesting detail about decredbrasil.com stake pool was posted in chat:
emiliomann: stakebrasil is one of the pools with the lowest number of missed and expired tickets. It was one of the first and has a smaller percentage than the most recent ones who haven’t had the time to do so. (...) The Brazilian pool should be the one with the more servers spread around the world: 6 to decrease the latency. This is to explain to you why the [pool fee] rate of 5% (currently around 0.06 DCR) on the reward is also one of the highest. girino: 8 voting wallets now. I just finished setting up a new one yesterday. All of them in different datacenters, 3 in europe, 3 in north america, 1 in brazil and one in asia. We also have 3 more servers, 1 for the front end, one for "stats" and one for dcrdata. (#general)
On the mining side, Luxor started a new set of pool servers inside mainland China, while zpool has enabled Decred mining.
StatX announced Decred integration into their live dashboard and public chat.
Decred was added to Satowallet with BTC and ETH trading pairs. Caution: do your best to understand the security model before using any wallet software.

Adoption

VotoLegal update:
Marina Silva is the first presidential candidate in Brazil using blockchain to keep all their electoral donations transparent and traceable. VotoLegal uses Decred technology, awesome use case! (reddit)
The story was covered by criptonoticias.com (translated) and livecoins.com.br (translated), the latter received hundreds of upvotes and comments on brasil.
On the OTC trading front, @i2Rav from i2trading reports:
We continue to see institutional interest in DCR. Large block buyers love the concept of staking as a way to earn additional income and appreciate the stakeholder rights it affords them. Likening a DCR investment to an activist shareholdebondholder gives these institutions some comfort while dipping their toes into a burgeoning new asset class.

Marketing

Targeted advertising reports released for June and July. As usual, reach @timhebel for full versions.
Big news in June: Facebook reversed their policy on banning crypto ads. ICO ads are still banned, but we should be OK. My team filled out the appeal today, so we should hopefully hear something within a few days. (u/timhebel on reddit)
After couple weeks Facebook finally responded to the appeal and the next step is to verify the domain name via DNS.
A pack of Stakey Telegram stickers is now available. Have fun!

Events

Attended:
Upcoming:

Media

Featured articles:
Articles:
Some articles are omitted due to low quality or factual errors.
Translations:
Videos:

Community Discussions

Community stats:
Comm systems update:
Articles:
Twitter: Ari Paul debates "There can be only one" aka "highlander argument".
Reddit and Forum: how ticket pool size influences average vote time; roadmap concerns; why ticket price was volatile; ideas for using Reddit chat for dcrtrader and alternative chat systems; insette's write-up on Andrew Stone's GROUP proposal for miner-validated tokenization that is superior to current OP_RETURN-based schemes; James Liu's paper to extend atomic swaps to financial derivatives; what happens when all DCR are mined, tail emission and incentives for miners.
Chats: why tickets don't have 100% chance to vote; ideas for more straightforward marketing; long-running chat about world economy and failure modes; @brandon's thoughts on tokenizing everything, ICOs, securities, sidechains and more; challenges of staking with Trezor; ideas how to use CryptoSteel wallet with Decred; why exchange can't stake your coins, how staking can increase security, why the function to export seed from wallet is bad idea and why dcrwallet doesn't ever store the seed; ticket voting math; discussion about how GitHub workflow forces to depend on modern web browser and possible alternatives; funding marketing and education in developing markets, vetting contractors based on deliverables, "Decred contractor clearance", continued in #governance.
#dex channel continues to attract thinkers and host chats about influence of exchanges, regulation, HFT, lot sizes, liquidity, on-chain vs off-chain swaps, to name a few topics. #governance also keeps growing and hosting high quality conversations.

Markets

In July DCR was trading in USD 56-76 and BTC 0.0072-0.0109 range. A recovery started after a volume boost of up to $10.5 m on Fex around Jul 13, but once Bitcoin headed towards USD ~8,000 DCR declined along with most altcoins.
WalletInvestor posted a prediction on dcrtrader.
Decred was noticed in top 10 mineable coins on coinmarketcap.com.

Relevant External

One million PCs in China were infected via browser plugins to mine Decred, Siacoin and Digibyte.
In a Unchained podcast episode David Vorick shared why ASICs are better than GPUs even if they tend toward mining centralization and also described Obelisk's new Launchpad service. (missed in June issue)
Sia project moved to GitLab. The stated reasons are to avoid the risk of depending on centralized service, to avoid vendor lock-in, better continuous integration and testing, better access control and the general direction to support decentralized and open source projects.
Luxor explained why PPS pools are better.
@nic__carter published slides from his talk "An Overview of Governance in Blockchains" from Zcon0.
This article arguing the importance of governance systems dates back to 2007.
Bancor wallet was hacked. This reminds us about the fake feeling of decentralizaion, that custody of funds is dangerous and that smart contracts must have minimum complexity and be verifiable.
Circle announced official Poloniex mobile apps for iOS and Android.
On Jul 27 Circle announced delisting of 9 coins from Poloniex that led to a loss of 23-81% of their value same day. Sad reminder about how much a project can depend on a single centralized exchange.
DCR supply and market cap is now correct on onchainfx.com and finally, on coinmarketcap.com. Thanks to @sumiflow, @jz and others doing the tedious work to reach out the various websites.

About This Issue

This is the 4th issue of Decred Journal. It is mirrored on GitHub, Medium and Reddit. Past issues are available here.
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The problem is quite urgent, or why *some* UASF does make sense

UASF, as explained well by shaolinfry here, is a scheme that basically requires overwhelming support from the userbase of Bitcoin. For this reason, even though it's a soft fork, which is fundamentally safer than a hardfork, is a risky strategy. Why support it? Why not just let things lie, and accept that updating Bitcoin is hard and that isn't, by any means, an unambiguously bad thing?
The answer at a high level, is that miners are now fully convinced that they not only have a say in changes to Bitcoin, but the only say. And that is a disaster.

Scenario:

2 months from now, no UASF gained any traction, miners, led by Jihan Wu, celebrate this victory and enact a new fork. It doesn't matter if it's a soft or hard fork, but the former are easier to do. It could be something stupid and disruptive like only allow transactions that say "Jihan wu is great!" in an OP_RETURN (note: SF because rule restriction, so old nodes don't get kicked off the main chain; but still massively disruptive because disabling old node txs). Or more realistically it could be some kind of hard fork to move to "emergent consensus", where miners entirely control the size of blocks, or .. whatever. What's far more important to Jihan and his crew is to establish the precedent - we say what the main chain is, because we have the hashpower.
If we've given up on any ideas of user activation, we are completely powerless to stop it. And that goes as much for Roger Ver as it does for Greg Maxwell, users, developers, anybody. Hash power no longer just orders transactions - it sets all rules, full stop. Many will say "they won't try to force a block reward increase or huge fees, they'd be going against their real incentives" - of course, mostly true, at least today. But it can be much more subtle, to start with. Hashpower sets rules on covert asicboost, enabling monopoly. It sets rules that decide what kinds of transactions are allowed. Jihan may feel (and there's evidence that some miners do feel this) that privacy-enhancing upgrades are intolerable; to stay on the right side of governments, no kinds of easy mixing tech is allowed. No second layer (which is too good for privacy) payment channels allowed. Let's disable OP_CSV that's "complicated", "technical debt".

So is anything realistic without UASF coordination, or are we doomed?

Disabling covert asicboost does not disable asicboost, it only stops miners having a secret reason to prevent a protocol upgrade (whether they've done it or not in the past). Consider people on the fence, e.g. Brian Armstrong at Coinbase. Can he stand up in public and say "I am against only blocking a secret usage of asicboost, which incentivises miners to block protocol updates apart from any other reason, to the tune of $100 million"? On what planet could he say that with a straight face? And the same for any other economically important actor - even miners cannot; although, probably some will, by spouting some bullshit. For this specific case, I think we should be able to get everyone economically significant on board, if only they can be told the facts in a simple, straightforward way. However, if I am wrong about that, the entire Bitcoin project to me is right on the brink of failure. Bitcoin controlled by miners will be a very shitty Paypal, ultimately.

Counterargument - why is a "cabal" of "Core" devs any better than a cabal of miners?

Here we come to the heart of the matter - should there be anyone in charge of changes? If so, who?
My first response is - no one should be able to make any changes, period, ideally. This is a possible, ideal, future - and at least we're trending in that direction. Changes are very hard, and I suspect many super-bright people with slightly thin skin have been very upset about how hard it is to get consensus on their proposals (one reason for so much friction).
But that future is not here yet, so let's look at the past: Satoshi pushed changes and told the miners to upgrade, end of story. Now we have hundreds of developers, with a much smaller number having the most influence. We use an open source governance process, where people gain influence via valued contribution over a long time, and even when they have influence, there are thousands of eyes on their proposed updates.
This governance model isn't perfect, because it involves people. It ought to work fine mostly for low-level technical changes. As a somewhat tech-savvy user, rather than contributor, I'm happy to let those who've proved themselves make the technical decisions, but with the understanding that the project has huge inertia, and that not every decision will be perfect. It's hubris to think you deserve your opinion on technical topics to be heard when you haven't put in the hours on the details of the code.
So while trivial changes to the code either don't happen, or don't cause contention anyway, some quite profound changes, over a period of time, still gain traction today, despite the aforementioned inertia - and segwit is by far the most important one recently, because it fixes a bug in the design of Bitcoin. Make no mistake, segwit is a huge deal - not because it increases the block size, that's a compromise really, but because it finally fixes a bug that will allow people to write code without touching the consensus layer, that enables real innovation; Lightning is the standout illustration of this, but there'll probably be others. Because of this bugfix nature, enabling innovation, segwit might be the last such big change that's even needed. So in this sense, we might actually fall at the last hurdle.
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wow what a commie /s
Comment removed from /Economics - test822 - Created on 07/18/18 00:06:16 UTC - permalink
Very troubling.... That people are catching on
Comment removed from /Economics - wtf_is_taken - Created on 07/18/18 00:15:11 UTC - permalink
I'm certain that the Fed's concern is authentic!
Comment removed from /Economics - Tranejam - Created on 07/18/18 00:25:51 UTC - permalink
Our area has been a hot market, growing for the last 6-7 years, but it’s slowed down significantly this summer. Last summer, houses had several offers the day they went up for sale, but this summer there’s not much movement. We’re either in a bubble or just reached the max price in my area.
Still, our house “value” (theoretical until someone actually forks over the money) is 43% higher than when we bought it 5 years ago. Can’t say we would fork over that kinda cash if we were just buying now.
Comment removed from /Economics - BiffyMcGillicutty1 - Created on 07/18/18 00:33:54 UTC - permalink
I've got a house for ya..
Comment removed from /Economics - MrPractical1 - Created on 07/18/18 00:47:44 UTC - permalink
I wonder if that means they’ll renege some of these planned interest hikes? Probably not.
I’ll bet he also talks about how poor food service employees are treated as he tips 2%.
Comment removed from /Economics - GortonFishman - Created on 07/18/18 00:48:44 UTC - permalink
Incredible! I look forward to nothing being done about it.
Comment removed from /Economics - Yolo420dab - Created on 07/18/18 00:51:59 UTC - permalink
Really? And you are just now realizing this? Oh, that’s right...you are are a card-carrying member of the elite, so your life has been minimally impacted, unlike most of ours.
Comment removed from /Economics - smitty637 - Created on 07/18/18 01:11:29 UTC - permalink
The greatest period of economic growth in U.S. history was when there was no central bank. The Fed Reserve is a ponzi scheme.
Comment removed from /Economics - s4mu8l - Created on 07/18/18 01:11:59 UTC - permalink
they hurt more than they help. tax policy should take more into account than just the government's budget
Comment removed from /Economics - ThereIsReallyNoPun - Created on 07/18/18 01:22:13 UTC - permalink
Were? Latest round has just begun.
Comment removed from /Economics - guisar - Created on 07/18/18 01:41:32 UTC - permalink
You're right still today people are on some bad shit.
Comment removed from /Economics - SporkydaDork - Created on 07/18/18 01:42:53 UTC - permalink
No my friend, there isn’t. Eventually global wages will reach an equilibrium point. It may take 50 years to happen, but if businesses are shopping for the cheapest combination of labor and production costs, their tendency to minimize costs will force wages lower.
Compare this to workers seeking better wages with limited mobility (i.e. they may or may not be able to travel for better pay) and you can see pressure to keep wages higher.
The interplay of these two forces will always mean that eventually wages will be similar everywhere.
Comment removed from /Economics - StormCrow1986 - Created on 07/18/18 01:48:40 UTC - permalink
It'll be real troubling when the guillotines come out
Comment removed from /Economics - maahhkus - Created on 07/18/18 01:57:34 UTC - permalink
That assumes social factors won't interfere. Inefficiencies in the economic development of some countries will negatively affect wages, wars will change the economic standing of some countries and facilitate migration, someone in a particular country will develop technology that drives their economy, etc. Economies are not static, and there will always be outside forces that prevent an equilibrium from forming naturally. On its own, the ocean would eventually stop making waves: but external forces like the tide or geothermal vents will continue influencing it for the foreseeable future. Same thing with economics.
Comment removed from /Economics - lordderpingtonthe3rd - Created on 07/18/18 02:04:19 UTC - permalink
But muh trickle downs
Comment removed from /Economics - antman152 - Created on 07/18/18 02:09:40 UTC - permalink
Heck, this keeps up and they may have to downgrade to 'Concerning'.
Heck, we may even see, in our lifetime, a drop to Vexing.
Truely, a historic moment in time.
Comment removed from /Economics - alanthar - Created on 07/18/18 02:13:34 UTC - permalink
Douglas Holtz-Eakin; Former Chairman of the Presidential Council of Economic Advisors (Bush) & Former Director of the Congressional Budget Office (Republican Congress) said in 2014 that income inequality needed to be addressed at the national level but it wouldn't happen because it had become a partisan political issue - making compromise impossible.
In 2014 Alan Greenspan (Former Chairman of Fed Reserve) & Christine Lagarde (Director of the International Monetary Fund) both addressed income inequality at the National Association for Business Economists.
Greenspan called income inequality "the most dangerous trend affecting the US", and Legarde said "rising inequality and economic exclusion can have pernicious effects"
The NABE's own membership have called for government economic policy to address income inequality because several large businesses refused to acknowledge its existence and were spending more money trying to fight it than a solution would cost.
They aren't "just now realizing" it, they just know that it's political suicide to bring it up while Republicans are in charge - even if they are Republicans.
Comment removed from /Economics - meauho - Created on 07/18/18 02:13:56 UTC - permalink
NAFTA had a negligible effect on employment and wages while it improved net economic welfare.
https://www.usitc.gov/publications/332/ec201406a.pdf
http://faculty.som.yale.edu/lorenzocaliendo/ETWENAFTA.pdf
https://fas.org/sgp/crs/row/R42965.pdf
https://pubs.aeaweb.org/doi/pdfplus/10.1257/jep.15.1.125
Comment removed from /Economics - lalze123 - Created on 07/18/18 02:14:32 UTC - permalink
Today is the 100th anniversary of the logical outcome of extreme income disparity: a small number of people shot and thrown down a mineshaft.
I'm not saying that's an ethical or good way of responding to this problem, but it's certainly one standard outcome when it's allowed to go on too long and to a great extent.
Comment removed from /Economics - tomdarch - Created on 07/18/18 02:16:00 UTC - permalink
What is the Federal Reserve saying?
Comment removed from /Economics - cyber_rigger - Created on 07/18/18 02:18:06 UTC - permalink
Mercantilism is the only way! /s
Comment removed from /Economics - mustdashgaming - Created on 07/18/18 02:30:02 UTC - permalink
Wow. Does the federal reserve chair have any thoughts on massively devaluing our currency, bailing out big banks, or fucking with the US economy over and over again with decisions made from unelected officials?
Comment removed from /Economics - waffleezz - Created on 07/18/18 02:32:50 UTC - permalink
I live in Iowa - it's a sellers market on the Iowa side of the river. There are a lot of people moving out of Illinois - something about taxes and unfunded government liabilities...
Comment removed from /Economics - Sam_Fear - Created on 07/18/18 02:37:50 UTC - permalink
Jerome Powell: Man of the People. I guess they did the math and figured out they've screwed the workers so bad there's nothing left to steal from them.
Comment removed from /Economics - wwwwho - Created on 07/18/18 02:44:36 UTC - permalink
Come on the Fed Chair not understanding basic economics isn't news.
Comment removed from /Economics - beyond_hate - Created on 07/18/18 02:59:22 UTC - permalink
NAFTA
Comment removed from /Economics - goofzilla - Created on 07/18/18 03:00:31 UTC - permalink
really now
i'm shocked, this is new information to me
Comment removed from /Economics - DapperMasquerade - Created on 07/18/18 03:01:06 UTC - permalink
I hate long-run equilibrium arguments for two reason:
  1. Perot makes a good point that I think many people would miss. In 15-20 years, wages would equalize. But in the meantime, you've "wrecked the country" (his words, not mine). If harm is done to the country in that 15-20 year period, it's possible that the short-term harm is actually greater than the long-term gain. This is not NAFTA-specific. It applies to a lot of cases.
  2. By the time equilibrium would have been reached after one particular adjustment to some part of the system, many other adjustments, shocks, and changes will have occurred. Therefore, unless equilibrium will be reached quickly (my guess is less than 1 year is probably safe) then you run the risk of the equilibrium you planned for never materializing at all, and something else taking its place. The global economy is a big, chaotic, dynamical system. Shit happens outside of the one particular market you happen to be looking at.
Comment removed from /Economics - nerdponx - Created on 07/18/18 03:04:18 UTC - permalink
I'm sorry. Just trying to maximize efficiency and remove that deadweight loss yknow
Comment removed from /Economics - WMSTEOOPAAFFWC - Created on 07/18/18 03:22:43 UTC - permalink
Yes, many of us are very troubled. Now what?
Comment removed from /Economics - neomech - Created on 07/18/18 03:25:25 UTC - permalink
Average annual wages for workers has increased almost every year, who cares if they make a smaller share if they’re making more money?
economics by the way 😬
Comment removed from /Economics - HitemwiththeMilton - Created on 07/18/18 03:37:55 UTC - permalink
LOL
Federal Reserve chair comments about ANYTHING regarding the state of the USA is ridiculous. -98% value of the dollar since the fed was established to add debt to every dollar printed. But its okay cuz no one is paid in USA currency, right?
Comment removed from /Economics - Anon48529 - Created on 07/18/18 03:52:26 UTC - permalink
You begin to see why cocaine wasn't just a rich person's drug back then
Comment removed from /Economics - SuperHighDeas - Created on 07/18/18 04:23:56 UTC - permalink
yes, but clearly we went the other direction for over 100 years, I'm asking how.
Comment removed from /Economics - SamSlate - Created on 07/18/18 04:24:15 UTC - permalink
Don’t suck Bilderberg, Rothschild and Soros dick then. These guys own most of the money in the world and just want to build a global government, single market, and take 100%. Federal reserve serves the Rothschild, the Rockefellers, not the people.
Comment removed from /Economics - boomBoomcandydoom - Created on 07/18/18 04:30:54 UTC - permalink
Its against the rules to point out the federal reserve has attached debt to every dollar printed, resulting in -98% value of the dollar since 1913?
Adorable.
Comment removed from /Economics - Anon48529 - Created on 07/18/18 04:53:12 UTC - permalink
i mean thats fine but how the fuck do you have a "substantive contribution" to a thread that pretty much says "hey this really obvious thing is really obvious"
Comment removed from /Economics - DapperMasquerade - Created on 07/18/18 04:55:17 UTC - permalink
You know you’re on Reddit when the “economics” sub starts pushing socialist propaganda.
Comment removed from /Economics - HitemwiththeMilton - Created on 07/18/18 05:45:06 UTC - permalink
Shut the fuck up Federal Reserve chair you literal fucking vermin.
I bet America would find things "very troubling" if we ever audited you.
Comment removed from /Economics - sweden_person - Created on 07/18/18 06:16:01 UTC - permalink
It’s referencing and addressing the public figure whom the title quote belongs to. Public figures are not immune to insult or criticism per Reddit rules, Steve Huffman said.
Comment removed from /Economics - boomBoomcandydoom - Created on 07/18/18 07:37:01 UTC - permalink
knuckle dragging Neanderthals
You're goddamn right there.
Comment removed from /Economics - AJGrayTay - Created on 07/18/18 13:18:11 UTC - permalink
No.
Comment removed from /AskEconomics - microgrower40799 - Created on 07/18/18 13:48:55 UTC - permalink
You mentioned the word 'joke'. Chuck Norris doesn't joke. Here is a fact about Chuck Norris:
Chuck Norris does not need to know about class factory pattern. He can instantiate interfaces.
Comment removed from /badeconomics - Chuck_Norris_Jokebot - Created on 07/18/18 17:36:30 UTC - permalink
I'm pretty sure I'm going to have to offer myself of if I ever want to retire.
Comment removed from /Economics - stumpdawg - Created on 07/18/18 17:40:05 UTC - permalink
Terriers and Bariffs everywhere.
So does this mean whirlpool is sick of winning?
Comment removed from /Economics - stumpdawg - Created on 07/18/18 18:21:57 UTC - permalink
According to the article, LG's retail price went up by ~11% and Samsung's ~18%, while Whirlpool's prices shot up by 30% at Lowes. Consumers are looking at the higher prices and are opting to just not buy washing machines rather than buying Whirlpool's, so yeah, I think they're sick of winning, especially if additional tariffs on components continue to raise the MSRP.
Comment removed from /Economics - ddhboy - Created on 07/18/18 18:33:58 UTC - permalink
Or move to a cheaper place for retirement? Damn man, there are plenty of options better than killing yourself.
Comment removed from /Economics - zaccus - Created on 07/18/18 18:56:49 UTC - permalink
Cheaper place? That's not going to do me shit when I'm still working at 80
Comment removed from /Economics - stumpdawg - Created on 07/18/18 19:09:10 UTC - permalink
The COL of rural America is low. Its a lot lower than you think. A dollar goes so much further in rural America than it does in San Francisco.
My grandparents are almost 90 and they live very comfortably on Social Security alone. Just Social Security and nothing else. They recently bought a house. A very lovely home with a nice yard and garden. They're able to do that because rural Oregon is a very cheap place to live.
Comment removed from /Economics - Hyndis - Created on 07/18/18 19:18:26 UTC - permalink
And if social security goes private like the Republican party so desperately wants, then I lose everything?
My comment was hyperbole...but not by much.
Comment removed from /Economics - stumpdawg - Created on 07/18/18 19:30:09 UTC - permalink
Who could have known economics was so complicated?!
Comment removed from /Economics - ZmeiOtPirin - Created on 07/18/18 19:30:38 UTC - permalink
Social Security is a question of votes, not economics. Old people get Social Security. They would like to continue receiving Social Security. Old people all vote.
Any politician who wants to win an election (which is every politician) needs to pander to that voting block. This means don't touch Social Security. Its called the third rail of American politics for a reason. Touch it and die.
Comment removed from /Economics - Hyndis - Created on 07/18/18 19:33:27 UTC - permalink
Still getting my head around why people would want to retire...
Comment removed from /Economics - DxR77 - Created on 07/18/18 19:45:40 UTC - permalink
https://www.nirsonline.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Millennials-Report-1.pdf
From the report itself, 8.8% of Asian millennials have > $100k saved for retirement. Far more than other racial groups.
I guess doing your homework and listening to your parents about what to major in does pay off*.
*Even though college acceptance boards discriminate against you, the odds are good you had to learn to speak English late in life, and your parents probably aren't college educated.
Comment removed from /Economics - whathe2016 - Created on 07/18/18 19:46:23 UTC - permalink
Mass genocide?
Comment removed from /Economics - Magic_Leather_Jacket - Created on 07/18/18 19:46:38 UTC - permalink
But it's going insolvent by 2030-2040, right after the average Boomer being statistically dead. It's a problem, but they're literally fighting to the death to keep unfunded entitlements that their children both have to pay for and likely won't see.
Comment removed from /Economics - cavscout43 - Created on 07/18/18 19:46:53 UTC - permalink
I was thinking old age.
Comment removed from /Economics - HTownian25 - Created on 07/18/18 19:47:51 UTC - permalink
Funny enough, this likely plays into why rural areas tend to be more conservative (as well as the educational differences).
That being said, I absolutely would ditch large urban metros when retirement age rolled around. Save for a Manhattan/Hawaii retirement, then move to rural Idaho or something when the day comes. Live like relative royalty.
Comment removed from /Economics - cavscout43 - Created on 07/18/18 19:48:30 UTC - permalink
wait...18 year olds don't have anything saved for retirement?? What a bunch of idiots.
Lumping a bunch of 18-37 year olds together and talking about statistics across that group is asinine.
Comment removed from /Economics - TDual - Created on 07/18/18 19:52:52 UTC - permalink
Well where’s the fun in that
Comment removed from /Economics - Magic_Leather_Jacket - Created on 07/18/18 19:53:27 UTC - permalink
You can still piss on their graves when they're gone.
Comment removed from /Economics - HTownian25 - Created on 07/18/18 19:57:12 UTC - permalink
I started saving at 25, wish I had started at 18, only one other person in my friend group is saving, a lot of them see it as something they don't have to worry about till they're older, I keep trying to tell them the earlier you start the easier it is, put away what you can afford to now so you're not playing catch up in the future but many people are more interested in spending now and saving later.
Comment removed from /Economics - redsalmon67 - Created on 07/18/18 20:07:43 UTC - permalink
Personally, I'll be defecating. Will save quite the sensory-overloading log for them. Palpably aromatic.
Comment removed from /Economics - Amplifeye - Created on 07/18/18 20:10:01 UTC - permalink
Not a fair comparison. Asian millennials are still from a demographic that was pre-selected coming to the USA from already well off families.
Thats like saying nigerian americans are better off because they are "Better". No, they come from families that are already doctors engineers and lawyers to get to the USA anyway
Comment removed from /Economics - ameriveaux - Created on 07/18/18 20:10:59 UTC - permalink
fewer
Comment removed from /Economics - MrFrode - Created on 07/18/18 20:11:28 UTC - permalink
Eliminating Medicare & Medicaid, maybe.
Comment removed from /Economics - Poguemohon - Created on 07/18/18 20:14:40 UTC - permalink
Basically this.
I’m a millennial. Born late 80s. Most people I know eat out almost every meal, go out drinking a lot, and travel internationally once or twice a year.
I think retirement is the last thing on their mind.
Most of these people don’t really understand the effects of compound interest. 6% a year ain’t no joke.
Comment removed from /Economics - deepredsky - Created on 07/18/18 20:17:43 UTC - permalink
Op trying to be racist lol
Comment removed from /Economics - edwardkirk1231 - Created on 07/18/18 20:18:07 UTC - permalink
yes good point, world population is therefore lower than 40 years ago, and our conundrum can be explained by bad boomers, not population crush
Comment removed from /Economics - pbrettb - Created on 07/18/18 20:20:19 UTC - permalink
from already well off families.
Holy shit you are clueless about the circumstance under which most Asians came to USA!
Comment removed from /Economics - whathe2016 - Created on 07/18/18 20:22:57 UTC - permalink
Educate me
Comment removed from /Economics - ameriveaux - Created on 07/18/18 20:26:51 UTC - permalink
6% is very, very easy to achieve as well. Buy an S&P fund blindly and let it ride for 6%. If you buy dips strategically, maybe you get 8 or 9%, which is the historic average for the S&P anyways.
Comment removed from /Economics - daviddavidson29 - Created on 07/18/18 20:28:36 UTC - permalink
That's a well known cognitive bias - we all think that our future self is much more virtuous and will have much more willpower (and money) to save.
Of course, fast forward 10 years, and you are still the same old you, still no money, but less time to save.
Comment removed from /Economics - bullpup1337 - Created on 07/18/18 20:29:48 UTC - permalink
No, just pointing out the fact that personal choices make a huge difference where one ends up in life.
And that it's not boomers, the rich or fill in the blank _________ scheming to impoverish millenials.
Comment removed from /Economics - whathe2016 - Created on 07/18/18 20:34:40 UTC - permalink
Yeah, but the guy above already explained how your sampling method is highly biased.
Comment removed from /Economics - edwardkirk1231 - Created on 07/18/18 20:36:43 UTC - permalink
That's what Google and Wikipedia is for.
Comment removed from /Economics - whathe2016 - Created on 07/18/18 20:39:00 UTC - permalink
Whew at least there’s that
Comment removed from /Economics - Magic_Leather_Jacket - Created on 07/18/18 20:42:03 UTC - permalink
More than one way to skin a cat
Comment removed from /Economics - Magic_Leather_Jacket - Created on 07/18/18 20:42:38 UTC - permalink
Lol no one can “buy dips strategically” repeatedly. Your overall returns will drop because your capital is underutilized (holding too much cash to wait for the dips), even if it appears your stock portfolio itself is doing 8-9%.
Comment removed from /Economics - deepredsky - Created on 07/18/18 20:44:04 UTC - permalink
Just gotta hope the boomers don't ruin the world any more than they already have before we can affect some change.
Comment removed from /Economics - wangofjenus - Created on 07/18/18 20:44:19 UTC - permalink
I've been fighting this battle since I was 22 making $40,000. I contributed from my first eligible paycheck and never stopped. I certainly do well now but I'm not making crazy money. But I'll hit $100k in retirement savings next month. I also never contributed a double digit percentage of my income.
I've been preaching for 9 working years now. Pale just don't get it. Many of my peers say "I can't afford to contribute." No you don't choose to. There's a big difference. It's pre tax money that you're getting taxed on. More importantly, it's almost always eligible to be doubled (or more) by their employer.
Comment removed from /Economics - x888x - Created on 07/18/18 20:48:41 UTC - permalink
Invest in crypto currencies now, and you’re set. When bitcoin hits a million USD, you’ll be scratching your head, or living the life.
Comment removed from /Economics - xvult - Created on 07/18/18 20:50:44 UTC - permalink
Why would anyone brag about having China's tentacles all over them? Good luck.
Comment removed from /Economics - InTheWhaleRoom - Created on 07/18/18 20:53:55 UTC - permalink
Wrong. My mother and her 6 siblings came here with less than $500 each (they were capped at that amount I believe). The 7 kids and my grandmother lived in name one room house in Taiwan. They worked hard and built their wealth. They all emphasized education in their kids. Almost all of the second gen went to good schools and made good careers.
It's a culture thing. When your family immigrates for economic opportunity, they don't easily take for granted their roots. It's not that "all Asians are good at math" as much as "Asians do math so they don't have to work in a Chinese restaurant like their first gen parents."
Comment removed from /Economics - optimus_maximus - Created on 07/18/18 20:54:59 UTC - permalink
So is this what winning feels like? Trump said we winning right?
Comment removed from /Economics - edwardkirk1231 - Created on 07/18/18 20:55:11 UTC - permalink
I sold most of my portfolio early 2017 to position myself to “buy the inevitable dip”. Instead, I missed an amazing year. I’m mostly all invested again, and who knows? Maybe now the dip comes and I get double whammied.
As they say, time in the market beats timing the market.
Comment removed from /Economics - Williale - Created on 07/18/18 20:55:43 UTC - permalink
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[H] ~46 Hours-Auction-Stat Howl FN [W] Bids

Auction Ends at 4:00:00 UTC on May 13
The howl is currently being held by a premium quality 100% certified steamrep approved middleman (AlerionOP)
He will be trading it to whoever wins this auction. There's no way for me to cancel the auction or get the howl back if I dont like the winning offer.
Rules
MOST IMPORTANT RULE: For item bids you need to specify the exact items you're offering. Dont bid "400k in items", I will decide what your item bid is worth to me.
Auction Status
I won't be updating bids right away check below for current highest offer.
Buyout: 700k
Current best offer:
520 Keys
Bidding History:
Steam Link: Inspect
1 Final note: Feel free to offer below my C/O. Certain offers might get retracted during the auction. There's never any guarantee that the guy who has the C/O right now will actually go through with the trade when this thing is done. credits to u/ariebier for the template.
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[uncensored-r/btc] I'm switching to BCH. Here's why, from an unbiased, non-whale, non-mining-magnate, mildly informe...

The following post by iAmAddicted2R_ddit is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been openly removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ btc/comments/7fde71
The original post's content was as follows:
I was not ever extremely involved in Bitcoin. I first heard about it through my friend in early 2015 and didn't pay it much mind as it didn't seem that interesting or useful at the time and wasn't quite yet fully mainstream. We mined about $50 with a couple outdated ASICs some random Redditor sent us, then our op got shut down by his dad when his power costs doubled, and he blew the coins on CS:GO skins. I only started getting involved with it again a few months ago when the massive price spike happened and all the mainstream news articles started coming in. We're again thinking of pooling our money to buy a miner, this time a real one (those Dragonmint ones sound interesting if legit), and I'm even doing my science fair project on cryptocurrency. (Science fair research is where most of my history and technical(ish) understanding comes from.)
I've done my fair share of reading on the major forks (BTC and BCH), and up until now I didn't really pick a side. I subscribe to both major subs and I think that both forks have merit. But today I really realized that Cash is the only logical direction that Bitcoin should go in, and Core is just not what Bitcoin is supposed to do and definitely not what any of Bitcoin's early supporters intended.
My realization basically occurred when I realized that "the solution to scaling isn't necessarily to raise blocksize" sounds the exact same as "the solution to losing weight isn't necessarily to output more calories than you input." There is not a way to properly scale TX volume without A) changing the implementation in such a way as that the Bitcoin fundamentals are lost (e.g. LN) or B) increasing the blocksize. This puts Core supporters in one of two camps: that losing some of the fundamentals are okay if it means that TX volume can scale without increasing blocksize, or that TX volume is not supposed to scale and that Bitcoin should migrate to a store-of-value. In both cases, a long-term future is possible, but is not what Bitcoin is supposed to be. In the first case, the fundamental codebase and storing all transactions on-chain is what makes Bitcoin so good and what has allowed it to reach such widespread adoption and wild pricing, so killing it makes no sense on any level. In the second case, you are ignoring almost all of what Bitcoin is designed to be - the whitepaper is written entirely around transactions and the codebase is wholly written for and focused on transactionary purposes. Bitcoin transacts in a way that no other widespread currency can, and to willfully ignore that in favor of a generic store-of-value -- which is already accomplished by a billion other things -- is to say "fuck you" to Satoshi, his vision, and all of his code.
The solution to scaling is, and always will be, to increase blocksize. It's that simple. The 8MB blocks wouldn't even be halfway to filling even if all transactions from both forks were to occur on them, and today's mining and node hardware can easily handle them. It's already technologically feasible to mine 1GB blocks, which would sustain about 3000 TX/s. Both general computing and mining hardware is constantly evolving at an absolutely blistering pace, and as long as growth rates stay even somewhat reasonable, network members' hardware will be able to handle whatever blocksize is needed, while maintaining full decentralization.
Bitcoin is meant to be a transactionary currency, and to try and make it anything else is a farce and an insult to everyone who supported it in its early days. In order to be a transactionary currency and still maintain all of the fundamentals of the Bitcoin code, the blocksize must be increased and continue to be increased in whatever increments are needed. Real-time blocksize increases are fully sustainable and will always be sustainable as long as hardware (both general and mining) continues to evolve at a pace even remotely similar to its pace today.
Bitcoin Cash is Bitcoin. Bitcoin Legacy is a waste of the Bitcoin name and of all the code, concepts, visions and effort of everyone who helped create it. Thank you to everyone who helped me slowly see the light, and I would be gratified if this post helps even one person come to the same realization.
EDIT: Much thanks for gold! I have themes again!
EDIT 2: A TL;DR, because this is a bit long, copied from my response to DonaldJTrumpMBGA:
A) Bitcoin is intended as a transactionary currency
B) Bitcoin should not lose any of its core code features that it came into existence with
C) In order for both A and B to concurrently be true, a blocksize increase is mandatory, thus BCH is the true Bitcoin
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[PSA] Common scams & how to avoid them guide.

Wiki Page
How to look up a user safely and check if they're a scammer:
If the person is messaging you on Steam, click their user picture in the chat window to go to their Steam profile. Right click that page and choose "Copy Page URL" to make sure you have their real Steam profile page. If the person is messaging you on another website, there should be direct (not typed by the user) links to their Steam profile page. From there you can copy the URL from the address bar in your browser.
Then go to SteamRep and paste that copied link into the search bar to bring up their user page. If a user has been marked as a scammer or caution (on a SR member community) it will be listed on this page. It's possible that a user has pending scam reports against them but are not yet marked. To look these up, click the "Search SteamRep Forum" link in the "Search Engine Queries" section on the user's page. Each SR user page also has user-specific links to multiple trading and rep sites, use these rather than trusting any links given to you by a user (see #1).
Other things that indicate a probable scammer or scammer alt account are low games playtime, low backpack value (when buying expensive items), few other games on Steam, private account, and low account age (which shows on their SR page). A lack of fluency in English is also a possible warning sign, but shouldn't be used as a sole reason not to trust someone.

Common Scams

  1. Fake Phishing Links One of the most common scams, this is a technique used by many, even outside of the game. Phishing links look like links to familiar websites, but are actually imitation websites that try to trick you into giving them your account details (Steam and/or email username and password) or download malware that will take your details/control of your computer. With these details the phisher can gain control of the account and lock you out of it by changing account details, then move your items and steam wallet funds to one of the phisher's accounts. Phishers can contact you through Steam, trade sites, and even email so always be careful to check before you click links. Even better is to not click links at all, and navigate to the real page yourself by searching (see top for details). Additionally, a chrome extension written by dmn002 will block several known misspelled websites, but it won't stop all of them. For Firefox users, Jeesecar96 made a userscript to block phishing sites.
  2. Quickswitching This involves the victim thinking they're getting one item but gets another instead. While in a trade, a scammer will put up the desired item. Without the victim noticing, he'll quickly switch it to another item of less value that looks similar. A common attempt is switching an expensive unusual hat with a much cheaper unusual version of that hat; the item will look the same in the trade window but have a different effect. The item might also be renamed so that chat window of the trade that updates when items are removed/added looks less suspicious. After trading, the victim is left with the switched item. This scam often involves misdirection; they'll ask a question in Steam chat so the victim switches windows and then the scammer will swap the item while the victim is typing. They might also ask the victim to add another item or remove one of them, or add and remove many items themselves to mask the visible chatlog from showing that they've switched the item. With updates to Steam trading this has become easier to notice. Any change in items is shown in the trade chatlog and any change after you have readied up on the trade will stop you from accepting the trade. Always take your time in trades, and double check all items after you have clicked "ready".
  3. Bait and Switch 2 complicit scammers go on a trade server, a trade site, or possibly contact people directly. The first advertises that they are paying a very high amount for a specific item (usually rare but not a requirement), a lot more than it is actually worth. The second advertises selling that exact item, for more than it is worth but for less than the other scammer is offering. They pretend to be unaware of each other, hoping that someone gullible will try to make a quick profit by buying the overpriced item from the second scammer with the intent to sell to the first. Once the item has been sold to the victim for the inflated price the two scammers leave the server, close their listings, or block the victim, leaving the victim stuck with the item.
  4. Lending A scammer may ask to borrow a specific item for a short period of time (usually giving some flattering reason to the victim). After the item is given, it won't be returned. Scammers will take advantage of online acquaintances this way if given the chance. Never lend an item you aren't willing to lose to find out if your "friend" is a scammer.
  5. Trading Outside Steam A scammer may offer to purchase a victim's item with something that won't fit in the trade window (usually cash or game codes). They'll ask the victim to go first and claim that they'll give the payment separately after they have the item. Once they have the victim's item they'll simply block the victim. Many times the offer will be very high to attract victims with more greed than sense. If something seems too good to be true it likely is. This is also sometimes accompanied by a fake link (see #1) for rep to show why they deserve to go second in the trade; never trust links the other person gives you. Instead of a fake link, the scammer may impersonate a trusted trader in which case the links would be correct but not belong to the scammer's account. Looking up the potential scammer's info as detailed above (not using the links given to you) can make the impersonation obvious. Always double check before a transaction. There are legitimate transactions with legitimate traders that happen partially outside the trade window, but the possibility of being scammed is very high. SteamRep maintains a list of trusted middlemen, which act as a neutral party to hold the Steam-tradable side of payment while the rest is transferred. Even with a trusted middleman in a cash trade you can still be scammed (see #7), so be careful.
  6. Middleman Injection After a trade that takes place partially outside Steam has been agreed to, a middleman needs to be chosen. The scammer will suggest a trusted middleman that checks out correctly on SteamRep. However, once the victim agrees to the middleman a fake account pretending to be that middleman adds the victim. Once the unaware victim completes their side of the transaction, believing that they are using a trusted middleman, both the scammer and accomplice will delete and block them while keeping the stolen goods. Make sure you personally add the middleman yourself, and independently verify the identity of the person who added you using the instructions above (look up both accounts on SteamRep and compare). If you're not listed in the friends list of the actual trusted middleman, you're dealing with a scammer. You need to check the MM out yourself - that means you click on the MM's profile and copy/paste their profile URL into SteamRep and verify that it's the person they say they are.
  7. Chargebacks Funds sent over PayPal (and some other sites) can be "charged back", meaning that PayPal revokes the transaction and gives the buyer their money back. Scammers abuse this by making otherwise legitimate transactions then pulling their money back (sometimes months later) so that they get too keep both the items and the cash. To limit your risk of being charged back (if you use PayPal the risk will always be there), make sure the person buying from you has a long history of successful cash transactions without charge backs. Rep threads on SourceOP are trustworthy; to search for a user's rep thread navigate to their SteamRep page and click the "SOP" link in the "Search Engine Queries" section. Comments on one's Steam profile should not be considered rep as they are easily faked and any negative comments can be deleted by the user. It is recommended that (for maximum risk avoidance) that the buyer's cash rep (from a trusted source) should extend far beyond 90 days in the past. Ideally you should never sell to someone with lots of cash rep that only goes back 90 days or less because this is the most common charge back window for PayPal purchases. As a rule of thumb for selling anything of major value, ignore any cash rep made in the last 90 days and ideally their older cash rep should definitely total more than what the current transaction is. This indicates that they are invested in their rep and aren't gaining more by possibly choosing to charge back than they are giving up in historical reputation they've built up. MoneyPak and Bitcoin do not allow for charge backs, these are safer alternatives.
  8. Gambling Any betting or gambling game that relies on trust that the losing party will pay up has the possibility of that party simply choosing not to pay. This is considered scamming. To avoid this, use a trusted middleman to hold each party's items before the game begins. Because any middleman can theoretically scam you the same way once he has your items, be careful who to trust (see #5).
  9. Money Transfer within Steam Many times scammers will attempt to convince the victim that money can be sent directly over Steam, usually as part of some other trade. This is a variant of #5 which relies on the victim not being familiar with Steam Trade/Offers/Market. They may put something in the chat that appears to be an automated payment message or simply convince you that it will happen. The only way currently that money (as Steam wallet funds) can be transferred in Steam is through the Steam Community Market. It cannot be transferred as a result of a trade in Steam or through the Steam Offers interface. If you ever feel unsure about a trade, take a step back and research it. Valve puts out FAQs on all of their trading methods that are explicit about what is allowed and what is not.
  10. Email Verification Scam The scammer will as you to either forward the trade confirmation link, the trade decline link, or a screenshot of your email that contains these. Do not do so.
  11. False Trade Links on Profiles The scammer will have a Trade Link on his profile readily available, hoping that you will click on the link to offer your item for his. His main profile will contain the item you want, e.g. a Sapphire Flip Knife. You check his inventory and confirm that he has the knife you want, then you would click the trade link on his profile, which would lead to a profile that is completely identical to the profile with the sapphire, the only difference being that his Sapphire Flip Knife is now a Phase 4 Flip Knife. You, wanting to make $20+ Profit, will put his Phase 4 Flip Knife into the trade window, not noticing that the Flip Knife has changed from a Sapphire to a Phase 4. The same goes for different Float Values or conditions (He could have a Field-Tested Vulcan instead of the Factory New one you wanted from him) Always inspect the item you are trading for and double check the item description. Always be suspicious when you are making profit that you know you shouldn't be, sometimes it's a scam, sometimes it's legit. Be alert.
  12. Friend impersonation scam During trade negotiations, the scammer will agree to the trade only if you briefly give the item(s) to a person of your choice on your friends list, who would then return them to you so you could make the trade. Once you trade away the item, a steam account impersonating you will try to get the item(s) from your friend. This form of impersonation is especially effective because your friend has no reason to be suspicious and is likely not aware of common scams, and so more likely to fall for the act. If someone asks you to trade an item to a friend and back for any reason, it's almost certainly a scam attempt.
  13. Verify items scam The scammer will ask you to trade your items to an IRL friend your trust to "verify" the items or to prove that you are trustworthy. The scammer then copies your name and avatar and proceeds to invite your friend to trade and makes off with the items. Scammer's may also ask you to send your items to a "trustworthy middleman" for "inspection", but however trustworthy they may appear to be, they are in on the scam and out to steal your items.
  14. Glimmer Drop The user trades an item that appears to be worth a lot on the Steam Community Market, however the item is one of the few on the market and it's actual value is next to nothing. This is frequent amongst "autographed Dota items" which are unique and have never sold for large amount on the market. Another variant is the scammer tells you they will trade their high valued items or keys for an item on the steam community market and asks you to purchase it. This item is actually owned by the scammer's alt account, they then leave without fulfilling their end of the deal.
  15. Fake Gambling website scam A website that is seemingly authentic (usually the source code is taken directly from a legitimate/popular betting site) is set up to scam users in various ways. They may claim to an admin of the site and prove so by altering it (remember - it's a fake site) and make an agreement to rig a "bet" or "pot" and split the money with you, the scammer then takes your items either via the fake site's bot or a direct trade. Promises of guaranteed wins or a trades involving the fake site's currency may also be involved. Always verify any website someone links you. If it seems fishy avoid the user altogether.
  16. Fake bot / Impersonation of a gambling site bot Common with marketplaces such as OPSkins and gambling sites. Make sure the bot has the code which matches the one provided on the site itself. These scams may be random or targeted when a scammer is aware someone is about depost skins on to the site.
Variants of the above happen all the time, and new scams are always being thought up. Be careful! Never rush into trades, especially if they seem too good to be true. Take the time to ensure that you won't be scammed.

Reference Links:

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[H] Karambit Sapphire + Karambit Pearl + 20 more knives [W] 740 keys, 650 keys, Paypal, Bitcoins, Selling keys for $1.9 USD

Ruby/Sapphire/Pearl:
Karambit Sapphire FN (float 0.035) b/o: 740 keys or 1333 USD
Karambit Black Pearl FN (float 0.0073, Nr.2 on csgo exchange) b/o: 650 keys or 1170 USD
M9 Black Pearl FN (float 0.0171) b/o: 430 keys
M9 Sapphire MW (float 0.0794) b/o: 450 keys
Bayonet Black Pearl FN (float 0.0331) b/o: 280 keys
Other skins:
Karambit Marble Fade FN (tricolor): 210 keys or 380 USD
ST M9 Tiger FN: 240 keys or 432 USD
ST Bayo Tiger FN: 190 keys
ST M9 CW MW: 400 keys
ST Karambit Slaughter FN: 250 keys
ST M9 Phase 2 FN: 230 keys
ST M9 Phase 1 FN: 200 keys
ST M9 Phase 3 FN: 180 keys
ST Karambit Phase 1 FN: 250 keys
ST Karambit Phase 4 FN: 250 keys
Screenshots: http://steamcommunity.com/id/tetsuwan/screenshots/
My cash reputation: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/CSGOREPorts/discussions/5/648817378180408726/
My Trade-offer link: https://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffenew/?partner=4517135&token=opENvf-d
My CS-lounge profile with offers: http://csgolounge.com/profile?id=76561197964782863
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[H] ~15 Hours-Auction-Karambit Marble Fade FN [W] Bids

Auction Ends at 22:20:00 UTC
Previous Thread-First One
Previous Thread-Second One
The knife is currently being held by a premium quality 100% certified steamrep approved middleman (AlerionOP)
He will be trading it to whoever wins this auction. There's no way for me to cancel the auction or get the knife back if I dont like the winning offer.
Rules
MOST IMPORTANT RULE: For item bids you need to specify the exact items you're offering. Dont bid "400k in items", I will decide what your item bid is worth to me.
Auction Status
Buyout: 300k
Current best offer:
92 pure + karambit case hardened dragon claw 60/70% blue (~200 keys) + BTA ST AWP asiimov bs Link
264 Key Equivalent
Bidding History:
Screenshot: http://imgur.com/Rdrcm4k
Steam Link: Inspect
1 Final note: Feel free to offer below my C/O. Certain offers might get retracted during the auction. There's never any guarantee that the guy who has the C/O right now will actually go through with the trade when this thing is done. credits to u/ariebier for the template.
submitted by boomerandzapper to GlobalOffensiveTrade [link] [comments]

[H] 24 Auction Karambit Marble Fade FN [W] Bids

The knife is currently being held by a premium quality 100% certified steamrep approved middleman (AlerionOP)
He will be trading it to whoever wins this auction. There's no way for me to cancel the auction or get the knife back if I dont like the winning offer.
Rules
MOST IMPORTANT RULE: For item bids you need to specify the exact items you're offering. Dont bid "400k in items", I will decide what your item bid is worth to me.
Auction Status
Buyout: 300k
Current best offer: 120 pure plus 145k easy to sell items Link
Bidding History
Screenshot: http://imgur.com/Rdrcm4k
Steam Link: Inspect
1 Final note: Feel free to offer below my C/O. Certain offers might get retracted during the auction. There's never any guarantee that the guy who has the C/O right now will actually go through with the trade when this thing is done. credits to u/ariebier for the template.
submitted by boomerandzapper to GlobalOffensiveTrade [link] [comments]

[H] Karambit Sapphire + Karambit Pearl + 20 more knives [W] 830 keys, 570 keys, Paypal, Bitcoins, Selling keys for $1.9 USD

Ruby/Sapphire/Pearl:
Karambit Sapphire FN (float 0.009) b/o: 830 keys
Karambit Black Pearl FN (float 0.01) b/o: 570 keys
Bayonet Black Pearl FN (float 0.0331) b/o: 280 keys
Other skins:
Karambit Marble Fade FN (yellow+blue): 210 keys
ST M9 Tiger FN: 240 keys
ST M9 CW MW: 400 keys
ST Karambit Slaughter FN: 250 keys
ST M9 Phase 2 FN: 230 keys
ST M9 Phase 1 FN: 200 keys
ST Karambit Phase 1 FN: 250 keys
ST Karambit Phase 4 FN: 250 keys
Screenshots: http://steamcommunity.com/id/tetsuwan/screenshots/
My cash reputation: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/CSGOREPorts/discussions/5/648817378180408726/
My Trade-offer link: https://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffenew/?partner=4517135&token=opENvf-d
My CS-lounge profile with offers: http://csgolounge.com/profile?id=76561197964782863
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[H] ~23 Hours-Auction-Stat Howl FN [W] Bids(551k top bid)

Auction Ends at 4:00:00 UTC on May 13
Previous Thread
The howl is currently being held by a premium quality 100% certified steamrep approved middleman (AlerionOP)
He will be trading it to whoever wins this auction. There's no way for me to cancel the auction or get the howl back if I dont like the winning offer.
Rules
MOST IMPORTANT RULE: For item bids you need to specify the exact items you're offering. Dont bid "400k in items", I will decide what your item bid is worth to me.
Auction Status
I won't be updating bids right away check below for current highest offer.
Buyout: 700k
Current best offer:
Karambit Night Factory NEW + 120 pure keys
Bidding History:
CH Blue Gem Bayonet + ST FN Vulcan + ST FN Cyrex 550k St fn m9 slaughter + mw howl + st ft cyrex + ft asiimov + fn vulcan + 60 pure keys 239k + M4 master piece MW + M9 slaughter FN+ howl ft
Steam Link: Inspect
1 Final note: Feel free to offer below my C/O. Certain offers might get retracted during the auction. There's never any guarantee that the guy who has the C/O right now will actually go through with the trade when this thing is done. credits to u/ariebier for the template.
submitted by boomerandzapper to GlobalOffensiveTrade [link] [comments]

[H] Karambit Sapphire/Ruby + 10 more knives [W] Items, Keys, Paypal, Selling keys for $1.9 USD

Ruby/Sapphire/Pearl:
Karambit Sapphire FN (float 0.029): 760 keys pure
Karambit Ruby FN (float 0.018) b/o: 730 keys pure
Karambit Black Pearl FN (float 0.01) b/o: 550 keys pure
Bayonet Black Pearl FN (float 0.0331) b/o: 280 keys pure
Other skins:
Karambit Marble Fade FN (Ice&Fire): 370 keys in skins
Karambit Marble Fade FN (80% yellow + little blue): 230 keys in skins
Karambit Marble Fade FN (tricolor, 70% blue): 250 keys in skins
ST M9 Tiger FN: 230 keys pure
ST M9 CW MW: 350 keys pure
ST M9 Phase 2 FN: 230 keys pure
ST M9 Phase 1 FN: 200 keys pure
ST Karambit Phase 1 FN: 250 keys pure
ST Karambit Phase 4 FN: 250 keys pure
ST Karambit UV MW: 180 keys pure
Screenshots: http://steamcommunity.com/id/tetsuwan/screenshots/
My cash reputation: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/CSGOREPorts/discussions/5/648817378180408726/
My Trade-offer link: https://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffenew/?partner=4517135&token=opENvf-d
My CS-lounge profile with offers: http://csgolounge.com/profile?id=76561197964782863
submitted by eyeswhiteopen to GlobalOffensiveTrade [link] [comments]

[H] ~20 Hours-Auction-Karambit Marble Fade FN [W] Bids

Auction Ends at 22:20:00
Previous Thread-First One
Previous Thread-Second One
The knife is currently being held by a premium quality 100% certified steamrep approved middleman (AlerionOP)
He will be trading it to whoever wins this auction. There's no way for me to cancel the auction or get the knife back if I dont like the winning offer.
Rules
MOST IMPORTANT RULE: For item bids you need to specify the exact items you're offering. Dont bid "400k in items", I will decide what your item bid is worth to me.
Auction Status
Buyout: 300k
Current best offer: 120 pure plus 145k easy to sell items Link
Bidding History
Screenshot: http://imgur.com/Rdrcm4k
Steam Link: Inspect
1 Final note: Feel free to offer below my C/O. Certain offers might get retracted during the auction. There's never any guarantee that the guy who has the C/O right now will actually go through with the trade when this thing is done. credits to u/ariebier for the template.
submitted by boomerandzapper to GlobalOffensiveTrade [link] [comments]

[H] 700+ Cheap Region-Free Steam Gifts/Serials [W] CSGO/TF2 Keys, ToDs, Gems, Refs, WM, BTC

All Region-Free Steam Game Gifts + Steam Game Serials

 

Game Prices:

(CSGO Operation Keys are preferred)
Note: CSGO/TF2 items and Sacks of Gems are untradable for one week after purchase from the Steam Market or in-game store.
 
List of Steam Game Gifts (ROW / Region-Free) Price
A Story About My Uncle 2 Keys
Action Indie Pack (Includes 5 items: Larva Mortus, Penguins Arena: Sedna's World, RIP - Trilogy™, Space Trader: Merchant Marine, Tank Universal) 1 Key
Age of Empires II HD 2 Keys
Alien: Isolation 7 Keys
Assassin’s Creed III 3 Keys
Banished 4 Keys
Bastion 2 Keys
BattleBlock Theater 1 Key
Battlestations Pacific 1 Key
Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians 1 Key
BioShock 2 Keys
BioShock Triple Pack 6 Keys
Call of Duty: Black Ops II 10 Keys
Call of Juarez Gunslinger 2 Keys
Castle Crashers 2 Keys
Child of Light 2 Keys
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare 2 Keys
Contraption Maker 1 Key
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive 4 CSGO Keys or 4.5 TF2 Keys
Crysis 2 - Maximum Edition 4 Keys
Cthulhu Saves the World & Breath of Death VII Double Pack 1 Key
Dead Sky 2 Keys
Defy Gravity Extended 0.5 Key
Deus Ex Collection (Includes 4 items: Deus Ex: Game of the Year Edition, Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut, Deus Ex: Invisible War, Deus Ex: The Fall) 5 Keys
Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director's Cut 3 Keys
DiRT 3 Complete Edition 7 Keys
Dishonored 3 Keys
Door Kickers 3 Keys
Duke Nukem 3D and Shadow Warrior Bundle 2 Keys
Empire: Total War Collection 4 Keys
ENSLAVED™: Odyssey to the West™ Premium Edition 3 Keys
Euro Truck Simulator 2 - Irish Paint Jobs Pack 5 refs
Europa Universalis IV 5 Keys
FTL: Faster Than Light 2 Keys
Giana Sisters: Twisted Bundle (Includes 2 items: Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams, Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams - Rise of the Owlverlord) 2 Keys
Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams 1 Key
Gumboy Tournament 0.5 Key
Gun Monkeys 0.5 Key
Guns of Icarus Online Collectors Edition 2 Keys
Heileen 3: New Horizons Deluxe Edition 2 Keys
Hotline Miami 2 Keys
Hydrophobia: Prophecy 0.5 Key
ibb & obb 0.5 Key
Interstellar Marines 2 Keys
King's Bounty: Armored Princess 2 Keys
Kung Fu Strike - The Warrior's Rise 1 Key
Kung Fu Strike: The Warrior's Rise - Master Level 0.5 Key
L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition (Includes 2 items: L.A. Noire, L.A. Noire: DLC Bundle) 3 Keys
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 3 Keys
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 3 Keys
LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga 4 Keys
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars 4 Keys
LEGO The Hobbit 3 Keys
LEGO The Lord of the Rings 3 Keys
METAL GEAR RISING: REVENGEANCE 4 Keys
METAL GEAR SOLID V: GROUND ZEROES 3 Keys
Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition 3 Keys
Mirror's Edge 2 Keys
Morphopolis 0.5 Key
Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition 3 Keys
Murder Miners 0.5 Key
Nikopol: Secrets of the Immortals 0.5 Key
ORION: Dino Horde 0.5 Key
Out There Somewhere 0.5 Key
Paradox Platinum Pack (Includes 6 items: Cities in Motion 2, Crusader Kings II, Europa Universalis IV, Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Edition, Magicka, Warlock 2: The Exiled) 7 Keys
Mass Effect Collection (Includes 2 items: Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2 Digital Deluxe Edition) 5 Keys
Metro Redux Bundle 5 Keys
Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition 3 Keys
Mount & Blade: Warband 3 Keys
Particula 3-Pack 1 Key
PixelJunk Eden 1 Key
PlayWay's Sim Bundle 1 Key
POSTAL 2 1 Key
Primal Fears 1 Key
Prison Architect 3 Keys
Quest of Dungeons 2 Keys
Real Horror Stories Ultimate Edition 0.5 Key
Real World Racing 1 Key
Resident Evil 4/5/6 Pack 8 Keys
Rise of the Triad 2 Keys
Roogoo 0.5 Key
RUSH 0.5 Key
Saints Row IV: Game of the Century Edition 4 Keys
Shadowgate bundle (Includes 3 items: Shadowgate (2014), Shadowgate: MacVenture Series, Déjà Vu: MacVenture Series) 2 Keys
Shadowgrounds Pack (Includes 2 items: Shadowgrounds, Shadowgrounds Survivor) 1 Key
Shadowrun Returns 1 Key
Space Run 2 Keys
Squishy the Suicidal Pig 0.5 Key
Star Wars Collection - 2015 12 Keys
Stellar Impact Bundle 1 Key
Strike Suit Infinity 1 Key
System Shock 2 1 Key
Takedown: Red Sabre 1 Key
The Bridge 1 Key
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim 3 Keys
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Legendary Edition 7 Keys
The Hat Man: Shadow Ward 0.5 Key
The LEGO Movie - Videogame 3 Keys
The Stanley Parable 2 Keys
The Swapper 2 Keys
The Testament of Sherlock Holmes 3 Keys
The Walking Dead: Season 2 4 Keys
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition 2 Keys
The Wolf Among Us 4 Keys
Titan Quest 1.5 Keys
Tomb Raider GOTY Edition (Includes 22 items) 4 Keys
Total War: ROME II - Emperor Edition 8 Keys
Trapped Dead 1 Key
Trine 2: Complete Story Gift 2 Keys
Tropico 4 Collector's Bundle 1 Key
Valiant Hearts: The Great War / Soldats Inconnus : Mémoires de la Grande Guerre 2 Keys
Valkyria Chronicles 3 Keys
War of the Vikings: Bonus Coins 5 refs
 
 
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//N.P.P.D. RUSH//- The milk of Ultraviolet 0.5 Key
1000 Amps 0.5 Key
140 0.5 Key
1953 – KGB Unleashed 0.5 Key
7th Legion 0.5 Key
8-Bit Commando 0.5 Key
8BitBoy 0.5 Key
99 Spirits 0.5 Key
9th Company: Roots Of Terror 0.5 Key
AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome 0.5 Key
A New Beginning - Final Cut 0.5 Key
A-Train 8 0.5 Key
A.I.M.2 Clan Wars 0.5 Key
Abalone 0.5 Key
Abyss: The Wraiths of Eden 0.5 Key
AfterFall Insanity - Extended Edition 0.5 Key
Airline Tycoon 2 0.5 Key
Akane the Kunoichi 0.5 Key
Alchemy Mysteries: Prague Legends 0.5 Key
Alien Hallway 0.5 Key
Alien Shooter 2: Conscription 0.5 Key
Alien Shooter 2: Reloaded 0.5 Key
Alpha Kimori™ 1 0.5 Key
Alter World 0.5 Key
Always Sometimes Monsters 0.5 Key
American Conquest 0.5 Key
Anachronox 0.5 Key
Analogue: A Hate Story With Soundtrack 0.5 Key
Ancient Planet 0.5 Key
Anomaly Warzone Earth 0.5 Key
Anomaly Warzone Earth Mobile Campaign 0.5 Key
Antisquad 0.5 Key
Ascension to the Throne 0.5 Key
Aveyond: Lord of Twilight 0.5 Key
Bad Bots 0.5 Key
Bad Hotel 0.5 Key
Ballpoint Universe: Infinite 0.5 Key
Bardbarian 0.5 Key
Batman: Arkham Origins DLC - New Millennium Skins Pack 5 Refs
Battlepillars Gold Edition 0.5 Key
Battlestations: Midway 0.5 Key
Battle Group 2 0.5 Key
Beast Boxing Turbo 0.5 Key
BeatBlasters III 0.5 Key
Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians 0.5 Key
Betrayer 1 Key
Beyond Space 0.5 Key
BioShock 1 Key
Black Mirror 0.5 Key
Blast Em! 0.5 Key
BlazeRush 0.5 Key
Blocks That Matter 0.5 Key
Blue Rose 1 Key
BorderZone 0.5 Key
BoxesWithGuns 0.5 Key
Bret Airborne 0.5 Key
Brigade E5: New Jagged Union 0.5 Key
C-RUSH 0.5 Key
CAFE 0 ~The Drowned Mermaid~ DELUXE 1 Key
Card City Nights 0.5 Key
Chaos Domain 0.5 Key
Chaos Ride 0.5 Key
Chip 0.5 Key
Chompy Chomp Chomp 0.5 Key
Circuits 0.5 Key
Clash of Puppets 1 Key
Clickr 0.5 Key
Cloning Clyde 0.5 Key
Closure 0.5 Key
Cobi Treasure Deluxe 0.5 Key
Commando Jack 0.5 Key
Containment: The Zombie Puzzler 0.5 Key
Cossacks II: Napoleonic Wars 0.5 Key
Cossacks: European Wars 0.5 Key
Crazy Machines 2 0.5 Key
Critical Mass 0.5 Key
Crystal Catacombs 1 Key
Cubemen 0.5 Key
Cubemen 2 0.5 Key
Cubetractor 0.5 Key
Cubicle Quest 0.5 Key
Daikatana 0.5 Key
Darkstone 0.5 Key
Day One : Garry's Incident 0.5 Key
Deadlight 1 Key
Deep Dungeons Of Doom 0.5 Key
Depth Hunter 2: Deep Dive 0.5 Key
Depth Hunter 2: Ocean Mysteries 0.5 Key
Desert Thunder 0.5 Key
Deus Ex: The Fall 1 Key
Dino D-Day 0.5 Key
Down To One 0.5 Key
Driftmoon 0.5 Key
Duke Nukem 3D: Megaton Edition 0.5 Key
Dungeon of Elements 0.5 Key
Dungeons: The Eye of Draconus 0.5 Key
dUpLicity ~Beyond the Lies~ 0.5 Key
Dynamite Jack 0.5 Key
Dysan the Shapeshifter 0.5 Key
EDGE 0.5 Key
Edna & Harvey: The Breakout 0.5 Key
Electronic Super Joy: Groove City 0.5 Key
Elven Legacy 0.5 Key
English Country Tune 0.5 Key
Epigenesis 0.5 Key
Eschalon: Book I 0.5 Key
Eschalon: Book II 0.5 Key
Eschalon: Book III 0.5 Key
Ethan: Meteor Hunter 0.5 Key
Ether Vapor Remaster 0.5 Key
Etherlords I & II (1 Steam key bundle) 0.5 Key
EvilQuest 0.5 Key
F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter 2.0 0.5 Key
Fairy Bloom Freesia 0.5 Key
Fall of the New Age Premium Edition 0.5 Key
Famaze 0.5 Key
Farming World 0.5 Key
Fatty Maze's Adventures 0.5 Key
Fieldrunners 0.5 Key
Final Slam 2 0.5 Key
Finding Teddy 0.5 Key
FIST OF AWESOME 0.5 Key
Freedom Fall 0.5 Key
Frozen Hearth 0.5 Key
Galactic Arms Race 0.5 Key
Galactic Civilizations II: Ultimate Edition 0.5 Key
Galaxy on Fire 2™ Full HD 0.5 Key
Galcon Fusion 0.5 Key
Galcon Legends 0.5 Key
Garden Rescue 0.5 Key
GAUGE 0.5 Key
GEARCRACK Arena 0.5 Key
Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams 0.5 Key
Gotham City Impostors: Professional Kit 5 Refs
Grand Ages: Rome - Gold Edition 0.5 Key
Gravity Badgers 0.5 Key
Gravi 0.5 Key
Guacamelee! Gold Edition 0.5 Key
Guardians of Middle-earth: Smaug's Treasure DLC 5 Refs
Guncraft 0.5 Key
Gun Metal 0.5 Key
Gunman Clive 0.5 Key
Guns and Robots - Starter Pack 0.5 Key
Guns of Icarus Online Costume Pack + Soundtrack (2 separate game keys) 5 Refs
Half Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax Ultimate Boy 0.5 Key
Hammerfight 0.5 Key
Heavy Fire: Afghanistan 0.5 Key
Hitman 2: Silent Assassin 0.5 Key
Hitman: Codename 47 0.5 Key
Home 0.5 Key
Home Sheep Home 2 0.5 Key
Hostile Waters: Antaeus Rising 0.5 Key
Humanity Asset 0.5 Key
Hunters Of The Dead 0.5 Key
HyperRogue 0.5 Key
Hyper Fighters 0.5 Key
iBomber Attack 0.5 Key
iBomber Defense Pacific 0.5 Key
Ichi 0.5 Key
IL-2 Sturmovik: 1946 0.5 Key
Imagine Me + Soundtrack 0.5 Key
Imperium Romanum - Gold Edition 0.5 Key
Incoming Forces 0.5 Key
Infected: The Twin Vaccine 0.5 Key
Infinite Space III: Sea of Stars 0.5 Key
Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet 0.5 Key
Intake 0.5 Key
Intrusion 2 0.5 Key
Ionball 2 : Ionstorm 0.5 Key
Ittle Dew 0.5 Key
Jack Orlando: Director's Cut 0.5 Key
Jet Car Stunts 0.5 Key
Jet Gunner 0.5 Key
Joylancer 0.5 Key
Just Cause 0.5 Key
Kairo 0.5 Key
KAMI 0.5 Key
Kill Fun Yeah 0.5 Key
Kingdom Elemental 0.5 Key
KnightShift 0.5 Key
Knytt Underground 0.5 Key
Ku: Shroud of the Morrigan 0.5 Key
Last Inua 0.5 Key
Legend of Dungeon 0.5 Key
Leona's Tricky Adventures 0.5 Key
LEVEL 22 0.5 Key
Leviathan Warships 0.5 Key
Lexica 0.5 Key
Lilly Looking Through 0.5 Key
Litil Divil 0.5 Key
Little Racers STREET 0.5 Key
Lost Civilization 0.5 Key
Love 0.5 Key
Lovely Planet 0.5 Key
Ludwig 0.5 Key
Lume 0.5 Key
Lunar Flight 0.5 Key
Lunar Pack - Wake & Lunnye Devitsy (Includes 2 games) 1 Key
MacGuffin's Curse 0.5 Key
Machines At War 3 1 Key
Majestic Nights 0.5 Key
Major Mayhem 0.5 Key
Marine Sharpshooter II : Jungle Warfare 0.5 Key
Master Reboot 0.5 Key
May's Mysteries: The Secret of Dragonville 0.5 Key
Mechanic Escape 0.5 Key
Memories of a Vagabond 0.5 Key
Millennium - A New Hope 0.5 Key
Millie 0.5 Key
Mini Motor Racing EVO 0.5 Key
Montague's Mount 0.5 Key
Motorama 0.5 Key
Mount & Blade 0.5 Key
MURI 0.5 Key
Mythos: The Beginning 0.5 Key
Namariel Legends: Iron Lord Premium Edition 0.5 Key
Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart 0.5 Key
NiGHTS Into Dreams 0.5 Key
Nihilumbra 0.5 Key
Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi 0.5 Key
Nuclear Dawn 0.5 Key
Numba Deluxe 0.5 Key
Nux 0.5 Key
Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee 0.5 Key
Odysseus: Long Way Home 0.5 Key
Offspring Fling 0.5 Key
Oil Rush 0.5 Key
On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness, Episode One 0.5 Key
On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness, Episode Two 0.5 Key
Oozi: Earth Adventure 0.5 Key
Orc Attack: Flatulent Rebellions 0.5 Key
Paranautical Activity (Early Access) 0.5 Key
Paranautical Activity: Deluxe Atonement Edition 0.5 Key
Parkan 2 0.5 Key
Party Of Sin 0.5 Key
Phoenix Force 0.5 Key
Pinball FX2 - Captain America Table 0.5 Key
Pinball FX2 - Civil War Table 0.5 Key
PixelJunk Eden 0.5 Key
PixelJunk Monsters Ultimate 0.5 Key
PixelJunk Shooter 0.5 Key
Platypus 0.5 Key
Point Perfect 0.5 Key
Postmortem: One Must Die (Extended Cut) 0.5 Key
Post Master 0.5 Key
Potatoman Seeks the Troof 0.5 Key
Pretentious Game 0.5 Key
Project Temporality 0.5 Key
Proteus 0.5 Key
Proxy Blade Zero 0.5 Key
Psichodelya 0.5 Key
Puddle 0.5 Key
Pushcat 0.5 Key
Quest for Infamy 0.5 Key
Racer 8 0.5 Key
Radical Roach Deluxe 0.5 Key
Ravaged Zombie Apocalypse 0.5 Key
Ravensword: Shadowlands 0.5 Key
Realms of Arkania: Blade of Destiny - For the Gods DLC 5 Refs
Realms of Arkania: Blade of Destiny 0.5 Key
Realms of the Haunting 0.5 Key
Really Big Sky 0.5 Key
Real Warfare 1242 0.5 Key
Redneck Racers 0.5 Key
Redshirt 0.5 Key
ReignMaker 0.5 Key
Rescue: Everday Heroes 0.5 Key
Residue: Final Cut 0.5 Key
Retro/Grade 0.5 Key
Rhythm Destruction 0.5 Key
Richard & Alice 0.5 Key
Rocketbirds: Hardboiled Chicken 0.5 Key
Rover Rescue 0.5 Key
RPG Maker - Adventurer's Journey DLC 0.5 Key
RPG Maker - Royal Tileset Pack DLC 0.5 Key
RPG Maker - Tyler Warren's First 50 Battler Pack DLC 0.5 Key
Runes of Brennos 0.5 Key
samurai_jazz 0.5 Key
Sang-Froid - Tales of Werewolves 0.5 Key
Savant - Ascent 0.5 Key
Septerra Core 0.5 Key
Shadow Warrior Classic Redux 0.5 Key
Shadows: Price for Our Sins Bonus Edition 0.5 Key
Shelter 1 Key
Shiny The Firefly 0.5 Key
Shufflepuck Cantina Deluxe 0.5 Key
Sid Meier’s Ace Patrol 0.5 Key
Sid Meier's Civilization III: Complete 1 Key
Sinking Island 0.5 Key
Skara - The Blade Remains (Early Access Starter Package) 0.5 Key
Ski-World Simulator 0.5 Key
Skyborn 0.5 Key
Skyward Collapse 0.5 Key
Slip 0.5 Key
Smooth Operators: Call Center Chaos 0.5 Key
Snowcat Simulator 0.5 Key
SOL: Exodus 0.5 Key
Sometimes: Success Requires Sacrifice 0.5 Key
Soulbringer 0.5 Key
Speedball 2 HD 0.5 Key
Speed Kills 0.5 Key
Spirits 0.5 Key
Spy Chameleon - RGB Agent 0.5 Key
Starlite Astronaut Academy: G-Ball 0.5 Key
Startopia 0.5 Key
Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic 1 Key
Star Wars: Dark Forces 0.5 Key
Star Wars The Force Unleashed: Ultimate Sith Edition 2 Keys
Starseed Pilgrim 0.5 Key
Steel & Steam: Episode 1 0.5 Key
Strategic War in Europe 0.5 Key
Streets of Chaos 0.5 Key
Subject 9 0.5 Key
Sudokuball Detective 0.5 Key
Summoner 0.5 Key
Super Comboman: Don't Mash Edition 0.5 Key
Super Killer Hornet: Resurrection 0.5 Key
Superfrog HD 0.5 Key
Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance 0.5 Key
Supreme Commander 0.5 Key
Surgeon Simulator 2013 1 Key
Sweet Lily Dreams 0.5 Key
Sweezy Gunner 0.5 Key
Sword of the Stars II: Enhanced Edition 0.5 Key
Syberia II 0.5 Key
T.E.C. 3001 0.5 Key
Talisman Prologue 0.5 Key
Tex Murphy: Martian Memorandum 0.5 Key
The Blue Flamingo 0.5 Key
The Bridge 0.5 Key
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified 1 Key
The Cat Lady 0.5 Key
The Chaos Engine 0.5 Key
The Culling of the Cows 0.5 Key
The Desolate Hope 0.5 Key
The Dream Machine (Chapters 1 - 4) 0.5 Key
The Few 0.5 Key
The Great Jitters: Pudding Panic 0.5 Key
The Guild II Collection 0.5 Key
The Journey Down: Chapter 1 0.5 Key
The Lost Crown 0.5 Key
The Mysterious Cities of Gold 0.5 Key
The Shopkeeper 0.5 Key
The Swapper 1 Key
The UnderGarden 0.5 Key
The World Named Fred 0.5 Key
Theatre Of The Absurd 0.5 Key
They Breathe 0.5 Key
Them - The Summoning 0.5 Key
Thomas Was Alone 0.5 Key
Tiny and Big in Grandpa's Leftovers 0.5 Key
Tobe's Vertical Adventure 0.5 Key
Total War: ROME II - Caesar in Gaul (DLC) 0.5 Key
Truck Racer 0.5 Key
Two Brothers 0.5 Key
Tycoon City: New York 0.5 Key
Type:Rider 0.5 Key
Ultionus: A Tale of Petty Revenge 0.5 Key
Ultratron 0.5 Key
Unearthed: Trail of Ibn Battuta - Episode 1 - Gold Edition 0.5 Key
Unearthed: Trail of Ibn Battuta 0.5 Key
Vanguard Princess 0.5 Key
Velvet Assassin 0.5 Key
Vertical Drop Heroes HD (Bonus: Halloween DLC) 0.5 Key
Viscera Cleanup Detail: Santa's Rampage 0.5 Key
Volt 0.5 Key
Voyage: Journey to the Moon 0.5 Key
War of the Roses: Kingmaker 0.5 Key
Where Angels Cry 0.5 Key
White Noise Online 0.5 Key
Windforge 0.5 Key
World War I - Centennial Edition 0.5 Key
Worms 0.5 Key
Worms Blast 0.5 Key
Worms Crazy Golf 0.5 Key
Worms Pinball 0.5 Key
Year Walk 0.5 Key
Zack Zero 0.5 Key
Zen Bound 2 0.5 Key
Zombie Shooter 0.5 Key
Zombie Shooter 2 0.5 Key
 

I Accept the following as Payment:

(CSGO Operation Keys are preferred)
 

I Do Not Accept the following:

  • Non-Steam games
  • Steam game codes or links (but i can accept game gifts)
  • Trading cards
  • Backgrounds
  • Emoticons
  • Coupons
  • PayPal, Skrill or other payment methods (but i can accept WebMoney and Bitcoin)
 

Trade Conditions:

  • You must post a comment below before you add me or send me a trade offer.
  • I do not trade with private profiles and/or private inventories due to scammers and bots.
  • Prices are firm. If the price is listed as 1 Key, i will not accept 2 ToDs or 2 CS:GO Capsule Keys instead.
  • My Steam Trade Offer link: http://steamcommunity.com/tradeoffenew/?partner=42982031&token=zv976vzc
  • Untradable (recently purchased) game gifts will not appear in trade offers, so you will have to add me to trade.
  • For cash trades, untradable gifts or serials: add me, you pay/trade first and then i will send you the game/s.
 

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