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Hi guys trying to sell ENT but when i click on my sell amount nothing happens, any ideas.


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Antminer S9 13.5TH/s with APW3++ Power Supply ! Age: NewWarranty: 1 yearPackaging: Boxed From ManufacturerCondition:NewLocation: From United SateShipping: From United SateCollection: SurePrice: 1500$ Inc VAT and Delivery IN STOCK - READY TO SHIP SPECIFICATIONS 1. Hash Rate: 13.5TH/s ±5%2. Power Consumption: 1375W + 7% (at the wall, with APW3 ,93% efficiency, 25C ambient temp)3. Power Efficiency: 0.098 J/GH + 7%(at the wall, with APW3 93% efficiency, 25°C ambient temp)4. Rated Voltage: 11.60 ~13.00V5. Chip quantity per unit: 189x BM13876. Dimensions: 350mm(L)*135mm(W)*158mm(H)7. Cooling: 2x 12038 fan8. Operating Temperature: 0 °C to 40 °C9. Network Connection: Ethernet10. Default Frequency: 650M NOTES Power consumption figures will vary with your PSU's efficiency, the ambient operating temperature and the accuracy of the power meter. The shipping for this batch will start on a first-order-first-ship basis on January 1-10, 2018 for orders that Bitmain has received full payment for. We advise you to research and prepare in advance for the customs' clearance in your country to avoid delays or unexpected costs. You will need an ATX PSU. Bitmain recommends the APW3++ for the S9 miners. It cannot power more than one miner. There are 3 PCI-e connectors for +12V DC input on each hashing board and all 3 need to be connected to the PSU for the hashboard to operate. Do not connect more than one PSU to the same hashing board! Separate power supply to control board: there is one additional 6pin PCI-e connector on the IO board which must be connected to the PSU to get power. Be sure to power on the miner only after all the 10x PCIE connectors are connected to power supply. After an order has been submitted, a request to cancel the order, refund any part of the ordered amount or change the ordered item(s) to different items(s) or different batch(es) will not be entertained. We advise you to make any purchase only after deliberation. Interested buyer should email at  : Email  : jordikimer@gmail.com Skype  Chat  : zahil.export2 SMS or Call  : +1 929 266 7402 Whatsapp : +1 929 266 7402


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Hi,    I sold one of my listings on the market place - I offer really cheap numerology reports and it requires the customer to email me their details in order to generate their report. Nothing different than a normal numerology site.    I've recived the confirmation of the payment, but do not know where to view this as it is not showing up in my balances on here.    Im not sure if the customer needs to release payment when item is recieved, since I have emailed the customer about submitting their details so I can generate the report and email the product they have paid for.    Any advice would be greatly appreciated, im very new to this exchange and love all the features.    Thanks!    - V


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With the ENJ (enjincoin) price skyrocketing like it is, withdrawal now costs $7... Couldn't this be lowered?


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Hi please let me know what the latest is on the Crypto Ruble and if it can be bought yet and how it can be bought.


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I'm trying to trade BTC for XBY but I cant click 'Buy' as it stays faded and if I hover the mouse over the Buy button it becomes a circle with a red cross thrugh it. Also, if you manually change the amount in one of the fields the others dont automatically chance as would normally happen. I've got much more than the minimum required and I've tried it on numerous other coins and the same thing happens


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Thanks so much, i have alraedy and NAGA is going to be big. buy today and thank me tomorrow.


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Noticed l few dick Ads and just wondering if there's a safe escrow


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Hi,    I would also like to know.    


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Wow sounds like admin needs to look into this! Crazy fees won't be working for me #fuckhighfees


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New also - so can't help! When you find out, please post Wish Cryptopia had Files where you can read how it works and what to do.  Step, 1,2,3 - done.  


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I suggest to do some homeowrk first...  They beleive: 


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Yeah is too high, at least open trades of non-BTC to ETH, example ETN to ETH because withdraw of ETH is more cheap :D 


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Im pretty new to this site as well and need to know the rules on here.


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Thank you for the post, would love any info you find on it.  


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Why should we be paying a Bitcoin premium for coins that Im trying to transfer a relatively small amount of not-Bitcoin and getting hit with a $33 fucking charge, even though this in no way uses the Bitcoin network.  


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stop whining and showing your ignorance.  if your complaining about withdrawal fees then you have not spent enough time learning how bitcoin works.  here is a starting point for you:    but really if you dont like the fees, dont use BTC, simple as that.  the are set to what they are so withdrawals will be processed, anything less and your withdrawals will be stuck.


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I agree, this is far too high of a cost for withdrawl. As I write this thats about $50NZD!