Saturday, January 3, 2015

Penny V Retro Sneakers For Sale using Nxt Marketplace

Today I listed a pair of Nike Air Penny V for sale on the Nxt Marketplace

Cost: 12'941 NXT
Brand NEW
Shoe: AIR PENNY 5 
Color Way: MIAMI DOLPHINS - Green/Orange/White
Size: Mens 8.5 US, 7.5 UK, 40 BR, 42 EUR, 26.5 CM
Shipping: Included in the sale price for US customer/ International may be more

Enter the following Seller ID to find the listing:

NXT-Z5XE-5LPM-F6GQ-EN9TR


Link 1: http://imgur.com/W7XoS07
Link 2: http://imgur.com/qtYvxvz
Link 3: http://imgur.com/jGMttwF

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Saturday, November 1, 2014

The Best Car Bluetooth FM Transmitter for $37.00

Every since I owned an iPod and then an iPhone, I wanted to listen to music in my car.  I've purchased 5 or more FM Transmitters in the past.  None of them worked, they were all pieces of junk.  So, I finally gave up on them.  During my quest for an alternative solution, I ended up purchasing a new USA SPEC iPod Interface.  

Recently, while on Amazon, I came across this new Bluetooth FM Transmitter.  My first thought was to dismiss it, based on my previous experience.  However, after reading the reviews and considering the price, I decided to order one.

The package arrived and I read the instructions which were really clear and straightforward. After plugging it into the cigarette lighter, I configured my phone and selected a radio frequency, and the device started working.

I was amazed at the quality of the sound. There was very little difference between the sound of this device and the direct link $120 USA SPEC iPod Interface, which required installation.

In summary, if you need a bluetooth kit for your car, look no further than the MPOW Streambot.  You will be glad you did.

MPOW Streambot


MPOW Streambot Y Wireless Bluetooth 
FM Transmitter Radio Adapter Car Kit 
with Hands-Free Calling and Music Control




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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

College Cryptocurrency Network and Folding Coin Proposal

I listened to the Epicenter Bitcoin podcast where students have formed the College Cryptocurrency Network (CNC).  Director of Student Outreach, Jacob Sears, and Creative Director, Dean Masley are leading this organization as they seek to educate and advocate the virtues of cryptocurrencies.   They are reaching hundred of college campuses across North America.  I think it world be great collaboration between CNC and FoldingCoin (FLDC).  The possibility of FLDC becoming the standard coin for this organization would be a great opportunity.

Epicenter Bitcoin - College Cryptocurrency Network Podcast
https://epicenterbitcoin.com/podcast/047/

To learn more about the College Cryptocurrency Network, check out their site.  http://collegecrypto.org/

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I sold BitShares DNS based on the proposed merger

Today on the bitsharestalk forum I read about a proposal to combine several DACS into one.  I don't completely understand all of pros and cons of such a proposal, but I did read several members talking about selling the BitShares DNS notes because they were going to be greatly devalued.   I checked one of the exchanges and discovered the price had fallen over 40%.  

I decided to sell my DNS.  First, I had to transfer my funds from the KeyID client to the exchange.  Then I placed couple of sell orders and sold the DNS.  Afterwards, I bought BitShares BTSX with the funds from the previous trade.  

This was the first time I had performed a transfer from a BitShares X toolkit client (KeyID) directly to an exchange.  I took about 5 minutes for the funds to be posted to my exhange account balance.  The process was very straight forward.

I have been thinking about buying some BitUSD to hedge against a decline in BTSX.   Maybe I will one day, but with the rise in BTSX caused by the decrease in DNS, I guess I can wait a little longer.

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Friday, October 10, 2014

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