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Title: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: cloud9 on June 01, 2011, 09:41:58 AM
Has anybody started work yet on a Bitcoin application, plugging into Facebook to facilitate btc transfer between Facebook friends and subtracting a small commission to the app's introducer's bitcoin address (which gets programmed into the app when it got passed on / referred to the friend)?  Where can you get hold of such an application?  As I would like to introduce a few of my friends and add my btc address to the destination address for commissions.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: cloud9 on June 01, 2011, 10:45:42 AM
Can someone build such an application of Facebook's open platform?  There can even be a default commision% be built in for the developer on all transfers.  Wouldn't it be really useful and easy to use with widespread appeal?


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Steve on June 01, 2011, 12:08:10 PM
I think it would be great...it might also make huge headlines when Facebook bans it because it is eating into their profits from Facebook credits...LOL!  Go for it!


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: cloud9 on June 01, 2011, 12:19:12 PM
Unfortunately my programming skills are lacking.  You do not know of any such existing app plugin on the open Facebook platform?  With regards to competition with Facebook credits - Facebook credits are for online games - not for transfer between friends, so it will be fulfilling in another need of Facebook users.  It will actually make Facebook much more usable to a wider audience - enabling Facebook for Paypal-like transfers between friends.  So maybe Facebook will actually embrace the even more traffic it will be enjoying from such a combination of technologies.  But this is all speculation, and what and if scenarios - ultimately if something has use with a mass appeal - it usually succeeds, if no mass appeal, it does not succeed.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Steve on June 01, 2011, 12:31:48 PM
I don't know of any such plugin, but I would be surprised if there weren't already a few people working on it.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Bimmerhead on June 01, 2011, 01:04:04 PM
This is a terrific idea for another bitcoin exchange.  While it eliminates the anonymity, it could serve as a good basis of trust between traders.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: dacoinminster on June 01, 2011, 02:06:55 PM
Has anybody started work yet on a Bitcoin application, plugging into Facebook to facilitate btc transfer between Facebook friends and subtracting a small commission to the app's introducer's bitcoin address (which gets programmed into the app when it got passed on / referred to the friend)?  Where can you get hold of such an application?  As I would like to introduce a few of my friends and add my btc address to the destination address for commissions.

Dang. So many interesting project ideas, so little time.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: mrsramos on June 01, 2011, 06:18:39 PM
Has anybody started work yet on a Bitcoin application, plugging into Facebook to facilitate btc transfer between Facebook friends and subtracting a small commission to the app's introducer's bitcoin address (which gets programmed into the app when it got passed on / referred to the friend)?  Where can you get hold of such an application?  As I would like to introduce a few of my friends and add my btc address to the destination address for commissions.

Dang. So many interesting project ideas, so little time.

You are right. I wonder how long before the worlds oldest profession picks this up. Think about it. Cam/phone exchange for bitcoins.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: cloud9 on June 03, 2011, 02:52:15 PM
Typical joe/jane:  I can't wait for a facebook application that allows me to transfer to my friend with my blackberry with btc's to make up for my share of the bill at the restaurant.  The app writer, as well as the person who referred me to this convenient method to transfer btc's to my friend can take a small fee on the transaction - as well.  I'm not interested in running a client - because i don't even mine on my blackberry.  I just want to give to my friends sometimes, easily on facebook with no complicated addresses - just want to click on their facebook names please and add number of bitcoins!!!

Joe now likes Jane
Joe sent Jane 0.3 bitcoins
Jane poke Joe


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: trudi on March 23, 2012, 03:15:04 PM
So, have a look at

bitcoin-app.com (http://bitcoin-app.com)


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: evoorhees on March 23, 2012, 03:17:31 PM
So, have a look at

bitcoin-app.com (http://bitcoin-app.com)

Anyone vet this yet? I don't want to be the first :)


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: hazek on March 23, 2012, 03:22:12 PM
Interesting, you get 0.01BTC to play with. My account balance is 0.01BTC but my accound address has nothing in it according to blockchain.info


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Matthew N. Wright on March 23, 2012, 03:23:42 PM
Guys, there already exists a much better one.

I've been using it for about a month.

http://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: FreeMoney on March 23, 2012, 04:25:10 PM
Interesting, you get 0.01BTC to play with. My account balance is 0.01BTC but my accound address has nothing in it according to blockchain.info

It's probably like most other wallets where that is your deposit address they just generated and the funds (you've been given credit for .01BTC worth of them) are not allocated.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: kjlimo on March 23, 2012, 05:52:55 PM
Guys, there already exists a much better one.

I've been using it for about a month.

http://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/

If I click on "go to App" does that add it to my account?  Or can I read up on it before it sucks my facebook account.

I'm not a big fan of Facebook apps, but I may do it for bitcoin...


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Matthew N. Wright on March 23, 2012, 05:56:33 PM
Guys, there already exists a much better one.

I've been using it for about a month.

http://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/

If I click on "go to App" does that add it to my account?  Or can I read up on it before it sucks my facebook account.

I'm not a big fan of Facebook apps, but I may do it for bitcoin...

Yep! The best part is, it's a faucet also.

Now, I said I've used it for a month, and that's true, but I know the developers and they have briefly gotten busy working on another project for the next few days, so don't be surprised if something happens that isn't fixed immediately.

This is one of my favorite apps of theirs though so I will stand by it regardless of what happens.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: kjlimo on March 23, 2012, 06:07:32 PM
Guys, there already exists a much better one.

I've been using it for about a month.

http://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/

If I click on "go to App" does that add it to my account?  Or can I read up on it before it sucks my facebook account.

I'm not a big fan of Facebook apps, but I may do it for bitcoin...

Yep! The best part is, it's a faucet also.

Now, I said I've used it for a month, and that's true, but I know the developers and they have briefly gotten busy working on another project for the next few days, so don't be surprised if something happens that isn't fixed immediately.

This is one of my favorite apps of theirs though so I will stand by it regardless of what happens.

I would probably use more Facebook apps if I could actually find out what they do before they are added to my account...


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: trudi on March 23, 2012, 06:17:11 PM
I continue with bitcoin-app.com (http://bitcoin-app.com) because yougetcoin has some drawbacks.

The by far biggest one for me personally: The app asks for the permission to write literally anything they want to any wall in YOUR name. That is dangerous and absolutely not necessary. I like apps that only ask for the things they need as a minimum to work.

The second issue: You can only send coins to your friends on Facebook and to bitcoin addresses.

bitcoin-app.com (http://bitcoin-app.com) allows to send coins to any Facebook member (you can search for them) or to bitcoin addresses as well.

But hey, try both and make your decision ;)


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Matthew N. Wright on March 23, 2012, 06:32:15 PM
I developed bitcoin-app.com (http://bitcoin-app.com) because yougetcoin has soo many drawbacks.
No, you didn't. You had no idea of YouGotCoin at all. If you would have known about it, you wouldn't have made yours so horribly designed and under developed. I think you're just desperately trying to play catchup (hence the spam and FUD).

The by far biggest one: The app asks for the permission to write literally anything they want to any wall in YOUR name. That is incredible and absolutely not necessary. I like apps that only ask for the things they need as a minimum to work.
In light of your obvious handicapped state, I recommend reading the following slowly since it's the second time I had to repeat it to you:

When you send coins to a facebook user that has not added the YouGotCoin app yet, it will send them a message on their wall letting them know they can collect the bitcoins.

Kind of a no-brainer. Your app does exactly the same thing, except in a much uglier interface -outside- of facebook -- so inconvenient. Get a clue. Stop defending your shitty interface and start making it better. Earn some respect.

The second issue: You can only send coins to your friends on Facebook.

Wrong. You can send to your friends or any bitcoin address.

bitcoin-app.com (http://bitcoin-app.com) allows to send coins to any Facebook member.
Wrong. You cannot send anything to anyone that you do not know. Are you new to the basic privacy features in facebook or something?


Is this the best you can do? FUD and spam?


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Phinnaeus Gage on March 23, 2012, 07:05:53 PM
Guys, there already exists a much better one.

I've been using it for about a month.

http://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/

That is scalable, Matthew. This needs its own thread of which the developers should start.

~Bruno~


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: trudi on March 23, 2012, 07:15:24 PM
Wow Matthew, so aggressive.. I decided not to argue with you any longer. I don't like these style of conversation. Sorry.

Be sportsman. We'll end up with nobody using any app. Have the people decide which Facebook App they like more:


bitcoin-app.com (http://bitcoin-app.com)

or

http://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/ (http://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/)


Sorry Matthew, I pressed the "Ignore" button now.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: bitlotto on March 23, 2012, 08:34:21 PM
How do the apps work? Do they both hold onto all the private keys to all the addresses? Or do something like blockchain.info/solidcoin?

It would be cool if somehow they used a password to generate the keys and used the password to re-generate the keys to sign a tx message so not even the facebook app could run with all the BTC.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Matthew N. Wright on March 23, 2012, 08:48:55 PM
Guys, there already exists a much better one.

I've been using it for about a month.

http://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/

That is scalable, Matthew. This needs its own thread of which the developers should start.

~Bruno~


Agreed. I'll get them to make a thread. They were just going to advertise it in the magazine but that's a tad late ^_-

Sorry Matthew, I pressed the "Ignore" button know.

Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: trudi on March 24, 2012, 06:03:12 AM
How do the apps work? Do they both hold onto all the private keys to all the addresses? Or do something like blockchain.info/solidcoin?

It would be cool if somehow they used a password to generate the keys and used the password to re-generate the keys to sign a tx message so not even the facebook app could run with all the BTC.

bitcoin-app.com (http://bitcoin-app.com) uses the original bitcoin client and no special tricks.

Sounds like a nice idea bitlotto. But actually the whole authentication procedure is entirely handled by Facebook and I have no access to the passwords or their hashes.   


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: wigglyuk on March 25, 2012, 05:35:55 PM
Yougotcoin app on facebook is a scam...

http://i43.tinypic.com/33vhmra.jpg


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: trudi on March 25, 2012, 06:47:05 PM
Yougotcoin app on facebook is a scam...

And please note: wigglyuk is not talking about bitcoin-app.com (http://bitcoin-app.com) . Its an other app. Just to clearify.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: LightRider on March 26, 2012, 12:18:23 AM
I wouldn't trust a closed source application that relies upon a proprietary platform to handle bitcoin. Especially a platform obsessed with acquiring as much personal information as possible.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Jonathan Ryan Owens on March 26, 2012, 08:01:20 AM
Yougotcoin app on facebook is a scam...

*image*

From the amount of times I've seen people call things scams in this community, I think scam has lost its meaning..

No, it's not a scam. The 3rd party hosted and backed up cloud wallet provider transitioned their infrastructure, and totally Fubar'd on the uptime. The application itself was having difficulty for a few hours in connecting to the main wallet, and we're adding a hot standby in case it happens in the future.

I should also mention I really was surprised to see that the application already has over 120 users now.

Wigglyuk: I'm sorry the application was temporary non-functional, and I worked to remedy it as quickly as possible. I assure you that You Got Coin is not a scam, and I'd further like to say that we never intended for You Got Coin to be anyone's main wallet, but instead a simple way to send Bitcoin to your Facebook friends, and as a backup for small amounts of easily accessible Bitcoin.

Regards,
Jonathan

[EDIT] The error message you see "aww" has been replaced with actual debugging information. One of the developers apparently forgot to remove that silly bug message from final code.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: trudi on March 26, 2012, 03:20:35 PM
yet another 100 welcome presents. Thanks to the anonymous donator!

Thus: 71 of 250 slots left at bitcoin-app.com (http://bitcoin-app.com)


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Matthew N. Wright on March 26, 2012, 04:06:19 PM
rofl@"anonymous donator".


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Matthew N. Wright on March 26, 2012, 05:37:04 PM
@Wigglyuk:

http://blockexplorer.com/address/171dQjhJmzCtbbw5Uk3BcXrQZs3Ui22Moo

Seems like you're the one scamming.

Address 171dQjhJmzCtbbw5Uk3BcXrQZs3Ui22Moo
Code:
Transaction? Block? Amount? Type? From/To? Balance?
6f7dfaab8b... Block 169413 (2012-03-02 22:44:18) 0.20078454 Received: Address 1KKnWbErhNNwfoBpMVwSmEgTz9usY2Cto 0.20078454
e4714dde06... Block 169432 (2012-03-03 03:54:04) 0.001 Received: Address 1Q3xEadnS74eAdgVKCWa3mR5Z56YdbxP3d 0.20178454
dda3352511... Block 169970 (2012-03-07 03:16:30) 0.001 Received: Address 1Jqgf3Efx6Huzk5wkbyhJZgrXjqxAuhfqB 0.20278454
7eed46c169... Block 170006 (2012-03-07 09:25:39) 0.01 Received: Address 1KwNLNNP2p2qFy5m7twP4uCgLdD56JAnod 0.21278454
fc8522749e... Block 170276 (2012-03-09 03:22:54) 0.0025 Received: Address 13nTxuHncwc6CQuAHZmgWqRoMvy4CgJDgi 0.21528454
055986be1c... Block 170461 (2012-03-10 03:23:29) 0.001 Received: Address 1L3AzxSczorjuz73ZLUVrFx4ELfRfKuonG 0.21628454
143308fbee... Block 170573 (2012-03-10 21:16:55) 0.0025 Sent: Address 1NdWRsxfeWPXPX8ywW7VAzdtCMiyr9W1Hb 0.21378454
65ec6b3d1f... Block 170742 (2012-03-12 02:20:19) 0.01 Sent: Address 19Bvn1yBJ7QUfWcXwy7xh3BMfPhZ1JKyUT
17XJKxG2fLsuGoZ9RvXkCJjGhkb1RBqrFJ 0.20378454
c451c74c21... Block 170755 (2012-03-12 03:31:01) 0.02 Received: Address 1EZAdRL8FLYcDKv8uRRQa4JDEuUTn61XuF 0.22378454
35d7eafe45... Block 171202 (2012-03-15 03:04:31) 0.001 Received: Address
19orzYhD8bkxVwm9ehuPgueTLkcVgqSsw8 0.22478454
06804a728c... Block 171490 (2012-03-17 03:18:20) 0.001 Received: Address 19532KmPvVJysM6Y8otA75JA2zEiEWAAqG 0.22578454
da3dfdb3b2... Block 171669 (2012-03-18 06:11:04) 0.001 Sent: Address 1MExT7h7K5SEZee2cWj7N2616XUfQdbHbt
1CkFtKFPzyuFigcnXW6KWvFh8xcF4Qd1i7 0.22478454
1e286a7714... Block 171669 (2012-03-18 06:11:04) 0.001 Sent: Address 1B62fq71twmDqHXsm5xYTm5VoRm4MTeqMB 1CkFtKFPzyuFigcnXW6KWvFh8xcF4Qd1i7 0.22378454
1e286a7714... Block 171669 (2012-03-18 06:11:04) 0.001 Sent: Address 1B62fq71twmDqHXsm5xYTm5VoRm4MTeqMB 1CkFtKFPzyuFigcnXW6KWvFh8xcF4Qd1i7 0.22278454
82b175d093... Block 171671 (2012-03-18 06:19:19) 0.001 Sent: Address 12ZUdJbkbnn3zpUX1HfdrBW7wdh1wfeYhi
1CkFtKFPzyuFigcnXW6KWvFh8xcF4Qd1i7 0.22178454
82b175d093... Block 171671 (2012-03-18 06:19:19) 0.001 Sent: Address 12ZUdJbkbnn3zpUX1HfdrBW7wdh1wfeYhi
1CkFtKFPzyuFigcnXW6KWvFh8xcF4Qd1i7 0.22078454
f35f2e88e4... Block 171680 (2012-03-18 07:16:53) 0.02 Sent: Address 1CYUuZsc3xFseEZKuv2Ux4U1BrCQAEm9ZL
1CkFtKFPzyuFigcnXW6KWvFh8xcF4Qd1i7 0.20078454
6146580735... Block 171957 (2012-03-20 03:16:57) 0.001 Received: Address 1DHV4RFYTBafiAKDusuwU42m4FuBDaYtZF 0.20178454
0a693ebce4... Block 172027 (2012-03-20 13:09:19) 0.20078454 Sent: Address 1GFT5adfiKA5YLt8ok5WNeUr9MCYKLPhpX
19TeeH5cadWq4tvZtscbmQrbk21orwXqE 0.001
f3b1214db8... Block 172030 (2012-03-20 13:17:30) 0.001 Sent: Address 1HqPBx84VQ6KshgJYQooDvz56uA17BPuPp
19TeeH5cadWq4tvZtscbmQrbk21orwXqE 0
d777bd510f... Block 172281 (2012-03-22 03:31:05) 0.001 Received: Address 139CNp8YHP37gJJEEYUhkk4RrYfRqAFXS1 0.001
49029e9556... Block 172329 (2012-03-22 10:36:12) 0.001 Sent: Address 13K8CgQPGviJqK14aiKASipPic4r8j8gum
193bjVVUZADsR2MsJz18NpZWyQJDx4fwUr 0
b2b6bf5491... Block 172432 (2012-03-23 03:15:49) 0.001 Received: Address 1FC6LKbfsUovnAP1LV5KXDR5p6phZGmWUb 0.001
5f62135ff0... Block 172565 (2012-03-24 03:35:34) 0.001 Received: Address 13QRA8X15S6qRaiCwiPiN81nFHJcfP95tW 0.002
80792bc2d7... Block 172575 (2012-03-24 04:38:06) 0.005 Received: Address 15ArtCgi3wmpQAAfYx4riaFmo4prJA4VsK 0.007


By an error or your own modification of the page's contents, it is not important why the screen shot shows a negative balance. What is important is that you already spent your Bitcoin balance before lying about the app being a scam.

Since Trudi has already shown that spamming and deception are how he gets people to try his app, it would not surprise me in the slightest if you were a friend or sockpuppet trying to make YouGotCoin look bad.

I'll be watching you both from this point on.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Jon on March 26, 2012, 06:29:20 PM
Yougotcoin app on facebook is a scam...

http://i43.tinypic.com/33vhmra.jpg
Am I the only one who laughed at the idea of somebody hacking a Bitcoin account for .039 Bitcents then leaving an "awe" message?


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: wigglyuk on April 13, 2012, 09:17:58 AM
Yougotcoin app on facebook is a scam...

*image*

From the amount of times I've seen people call things scams in this community, I think scam has lost its meaning..

No, it's not a scam. The 3rd party hosted and backed up cloud wallet provider transitioned their infrastructure, and totally Fubar'd on the uptime. The application itself was having difficulty for a few hours in connecting to the main wallet, and we're adding a hot standby in case it happens in the future.

I should also mention I really was surprised to see that the application already has over 120 users now.

Wigglyuk: I'm sorry the application was temporary non-functional, and I worked to remedy it as quickly as possible. I assure you that You Got Coin is not a scam, and I'd further like to say that we never intended for You Got Coin to be anyone's main wallet, but instead a simple way to send Bitcoin to your Facebook friends, and as a backup for small amounts of easily accessible Bitcoin.

Regards,
Jonathan

[EDIT] The error message you see "aww" has been replaced with actual debugging information. One of the developers apparently forgot to remove that silly bug message from final code.

I seem to have jump the gun on this one, my balanced returned after a day and my balance was back to normal. The negitive balance did frieghten me though and I see that it has happened again today but returned within a few hours. I will confirm that YouGotCoin App on Facebook is NOT a scam. Sorry for the Libel.

Quote
@Wigglyuk:

http://blockexplorer.com/address/171dQjhJmzCtbbw5Uk3BcXrQZs3Ui22Moo

Seems like you're the one scamming.

Address 171dQjhJmzCtbbw5Uk3BcXrQZs3Ui22Moo
By an error or your own modification of the page's contents, it is not important why the screen shot shows a negative balance. What is important is that you already spent your Bitcoin balance before lying about the app being a scam.

I guess you could say I'm scamming the multiple Free bitcents-a-day site by farming a steady flow of bitcents per month... but I did not send my .2 accumulation of bitcents anywhere, it should be in the YouGotCoin app, the second I saw it was missing I cried wolf; again I apologize for the Libel.

Aside from the occasional negatie balances, YouGotCoin is a solid app and is likely to convert the facebook kin into bitcoin users.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: matthewh3 on April 22, 2012, 10:50:50 PM
Facebook app "Got Coin" is an excellent app especially as it's a faucet as well.  I got one girl interested in it and now she got all her mates using the app and bitcoin for the first time.  It's a very good way to spread the concept of bitcoin to new users as you can send BTC to any of your FB friends for free.  It should be developed more so you can use it as your main wallet and the app should have its own thread. 


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: HostFat on June 22, 2012, 01:20:25 PM
Is YouGotCoin still working?


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Bitcoin Oz on June 22, 2012, 01:35:10 PM
Is YouGotCoin still working?

Not for me.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: crosby on June 27, 2012, 01:28:03 PM
yougotcoin says

We're sorry, an error occured. Please try again


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: hazek on June 27, 2012, 01:47:25 PM
Have you all seen this?:

** New Send Forms offered by Blockchain.info **

Note: The quick send form will not ask for confirmation for transactions below 20 BTC in value.

http://i.imgur.com/hctw8.png


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: HostFat on June 27, 2012, 01:49:40 PM
yes we have, but there are still some bitcoins on the other app.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: giszmo on June 27, 2012, 03:53:39 PM
gnah!

a facebook wallet is cool cause it allows free transactions between facebook users outside the blockchain. Consequently your transactions will not show up in blockexplorer "as expected" but your depositing address will be "charged at random". This is built into bitcoind behaviour and Mathew you should know by now that that is not a sign of scam.

Sending to Facebook IDs is also very convenient for users as they see their friend's face when sending.

Fees should only apply when sending to a bitcoin address. (My concern was that if I grant every user to send single Satoshis to friends, these friends will scream "SCAM" when I charge them 1000000Satoshi for sending their belongings out.)

I have a facebook app for bitcoin, too but did not dare to expose it to a wider audience. It's simple. Just a frontend to bitcoind with the facebook uid for the account. super slow but it works.

https://bitcoin-app.com/ is UUUGLY as hell.

https://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/ is broken (plain white).

I will not use a hosted wallet where I don't trust the ones standing behind it. Ultimately I see it the job of some exchange to launch such an app. It can be done in one week of work to get far better than bitcoin-app. I would see it as a valuable investment in the future of bitcoin. Yes, facebook will ban it despite the fact it is not against anything I found in their TOS. The one doing the app should have a concept of continuing operations outside of facebook. Well done, this app could reach millions in a month and we could document how facebook destroyed a success story without a good reason and offer the more secure alternatives to the doubled user base.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: evoorhees on June 27, 2012, 04:14:29 PM
The Blockchain.info wallet sends coins to Facebook beautifully! I just used it yesterday, highly recommended.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: giszmo on June 27, 2012, 05:06:34 PM
The Blockchain.info wallet sends coins to Facebook beautifully! I just used it yesterday, highly recommended.
Only with a fee for dust transactions. No way of going viral through facebook posts.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: giszmo on June 27, 2012, 11:00:54 PM
Guys, there already exists a much better one.

I've been using it for about a month.

http://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/

http? so you switched off secure browsing to use a wallet app? does it work right now, cause here it doesn't.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Matthew N. Wright on June 27, 2012, 11:13:46 PM
Guys, there already exists a much better one.

I've been using it for about a month.

http://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/

http? so you switched off secure browsing to use a wallet app? does it work right now, cause here it doesn't.

Works the same http or https. It will convert to https automatically, won't it?

anyway, this is from seconds ago:

http://new.tinygrab.com/864f9a7910788ab4ee343cb047265ffe2829970364.png


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: crosby on June 27, 2012, 11:29:12 PM
Guys, there already exists a much better one.

I've been using it for about a month.

http://apps.facebook.com/yougotcoin/

http? so you switched off secure browsing to use a wallet app? does it work right now, cause here it doesn't.

Works the same http or https. It will convert to https automatically, won't it?

anyway, this is from seconds ago:

http://new.tinygrab.com/864f9a7910788ab4ee343cb047265ffe2829970364.png


Ok, so now try to move those 0.002 BTC


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: RodeoX on June 27, 2012, 11:30:46 PM
Matthew must be a pilot, at least FB thinks he is/wants to be.  hehehe :D


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Matthew N. Wright on June 27, 2012, 11:33:29 PM
Matthew must be a pilot, at least FB thinks he is/wants to be.  hehehe :D

Good eye. Went to pilots school at John Wayne Airport at 18.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: RodeoX on June 27, 2012, 11:35:33 PM
Matthew must be a pilot, at least FB thinks he is/wants to be.  hehehe :D

Good eye. Went to pilots school at John Wayne Airport at 18.
FB knows all. lol That's cool Matt. I started ground school once then I broke my leg and got sidetracked. I always wanted to go back.  :-[


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Matthew N. Wright on June 27, 2012, 11:37:31 PM
Matthew must be a pilot, at least FB thinks he is/wants to be.  hehehe :D

Good eye. Went to pilots school at John Wayne Airport at 18.
FB knows all. lol That's cool Matt. I started ground school once then I broke my leg and got sidetracked. I always wanted to go back.  :-[

Sweet! How many hours did you get logged? I was aiming for a commercial but ended up coming to Korea instead.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: RodeoX on June 27, 2012, 11:43:16 PM
@Matthew. Hmmm. that was like 20 years ago. I just don't remember. I would hate to be tested if the pilot had a heart attack. But maybe I could land a 152 and live. Later I spent a lot of time jumping out of planes, so who needs landing skilz.  :)


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: Matthew N. Wright on June 28, 2012, 12:06:05 AM
@Matthew. Hmmm. that was like 20 years ago. I just don't remember. I would hate to be tested if the pilot had a heart attack. But maybe I could land a 152 and live. Later I spent a lot of time jumping out of planes, so who needs landing skilz.  :)

I want to start doing wingsuit flying as soon as feasible. If I had to choose a way to die, that'd be it.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: wigglyuk on March 14, 2013, 02:35:47 AM
Referring to YouGotCoin on this one:

http://i46.tinypic.com/f5cdgo.jpg

why is sending bitcoins to external address' disabled???

every month or so I seem to have a problem with YouGotCoin
and I'm not positive but I figure the Dev would have shown himself in this thread already.


Title: Re: Bitcoin app for Facebook
Post by: giszmo on March 17, 2013, 12:29:12 PM
why is sending bitcoins to external address' disabled???

When in-flow falls behind out-flow, you have to take measures to keep your sustainable ponzi going. ;D ;D