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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Looking at the upcoming ICO's which ones look best for a 6-9 month hold. on: August 17, 2016, 07:18:26 PM
Hy community. i dont have a lot of time to search every thread and read everypost so im asking you guys to inform me of the current and upcoming ico's that show potential over the next 6-9 months.  thanks.

2  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / What are confirms so slow the last few days. on: June 15, 2016, 04:52:12 AM
Is there a reason for this?
3  Bitcoin / Project Development / Would you guys be interested in an open source automatic escrow ? on: April 05, 2015, 02:47:18 AM
I want an excuse to get on a node.js project with bitcoin core or bitcoinjs.
I'm thinking about making a multi sig system.

The system would be like this:
A wants to send bitcoin to B in exchange for something.
A sends the bitcoin to a generated address from my app along with the target address, then the app makes the transaction requiring A's signature before the bitcoin is sent to B.

Any inputs on the subject? hurdles, maybe you think it is a stupid idea or a brilliant one?
4  Economy / Currency exchange / Buying BTC with paypal (just want 0.2BTC) on: March 29, 2015, 03:05:14 AM
Its not a lot of money, just recently I went to the US and spent most of my bitcoin.(I live in Peru)
I just don't like looking at my empty bitcoin wallet.
I have some trust, though its not a lot. I'm not a merchant, most of my bitcoin I got working for it.
If you are willing to sell me the 0.2 or less at preev rate for paypal $, send me a PM Cheesy
5  Other / Off-topic / I'm visiting the NSA crytology museum in a couple of days. on: February 10, 2015, 03:05:07 AM
Will I get in trouble if I leave little paper wallets advertising bitcoin around?
just wondering.
6  Economy / Service Discussion / Coinbase, is it safe to use? on: February 07, 2015, 05:35:15 PM
I'm planning on moving all my bitcoin (which is not really that much) to my coinbase which seems easier to use than having to access my PC all the time I want to send or receive bitcoins.
I can access it via my Android Phone with the app or through the web.
With a good password and a 2step verification set, is it relatively safe? I'm more worried about Coinbase being slow with transactions or failing at some transactions than actually someone extern stealing the bitcoins.
7  Economy / Services / Gogodr's Graphic Design/3D Design/Animation for Hire on: July 26, 2014, 05:44:51 AM
Hello, I'm a fellow bitcoin fan and decided to work for bitcoin a couple of months ago.
Lately I have been only picking a few jobs now and then to do on my "free" time.
Graphic design is what I do on the side, I have been doing it for more than 4 years already, but my real career is on Software development.
I manage a small business and team of web developers so if interested, you can PM me about that too.
I'm 24 years old, live in Peru (GTM -5)
I'm not a particularly anonymous person, it is easy to contact me.
Don't be a stranger and if interested, ask me any question via PM or this thread. My rates are not high, I promise. And I have a soft spot for start ups and students since I'm on both ends.

That's for introductions, here is some of my Logo/Branding related work:

I do animations both corporative and artistic:

3D is up my alley too, I'm a certified autodesk 3D designer. Certified on Modeling, Animation and Composition.

Estimate on Rates:
I primarily do this jobs for bitcoin in my free time (Since I have to manage another business and work on many projects)
If your time constraints match with my free time then my rates will be dirt cheap, if not then I still can do the job, but I would be charging full price instead.
So it goes from 15$ to 40$ / hour.
As I said before, I also go cheaper for startup projects that I like.
8  Other / Meta / My account got hacked by an amateur. on: April 22, 2014, 09:38:54 PM
Someone, I'm sure just testing things out hacked my account and changed my mail. (Didn't change my secret question, which is how I got my account back)
I'm very careful with my password and it is not an easy one to crack, my thoughts are on that the site might have been exposed to the heartbleed openSSL vulnerability and someone could have gotten a list of users and passwords from the server.
9  Bitcoin / Project Development / Throwing out an idea for buying and selling BTC with Credit cards and Paypal on: February 27, 2014, 01:25:02 AM
If I were the one taking the project I would make an exchange for bitcoin and altcoins and give the option to sell credits.
System: 1 Credit == 1$
But the catch is that the company will make that credits only usable a whole month after purchase. This means that in the Terms of Service it should say that the time for the credits to be valid are so that the users can perform any chargeback if they don't see fit, and as protection so that if it is a stolen card, the rightful owner haves plenty of time to perform a chargeback too.
Alongside a secondary method of authentication could speed up this process via phone as an example.
10  Bitcoin / Project Development / [CROWD-FUNDING] A Project for the lulz on: January 29, 2014, 02:10:57 AM

Lets get this guy to make it happen.
Donate just some mBTCs to the cause and lets raise enough to convince him to crash an AA meeting in wearing a fawkess mask and booze on each hand.

Gogodr - 30mBTC
annonymous - 2mBTC
11  Bitcoin / Project Development / Here is an idea for all the physical coin aficionados on: January 15, 2014, 07:29:56 AM
I don't have the means to do it, but I would really like to see it done.
How about destructible coins? Now now, before you leave thinking that I'm mad, hear me out.
By destructible I mean that in order to get the wallet, you have to destroy the actual coin.
Make a little container which holds the private key of the wallet. (this container should be ceramic or metal in order to resist heat)
Make the coin with glass surrounding the container and engrave the public key of the wallet in the outside of the coin. could as well make it all fancy with rare metals for decoration, but the core should be something destructible like glass.
That way you have the wallet inside and the public key outside.
to get the bitcoins from the coin you have to break it. If you don't break it, the coin keeps it's value.

-on a side note, I'm not sure if I'm posting this in the right sub forum. Please move it if it is not appropriate in here.
12  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB BTC or BTC-E code via Paypal on: December 20, 2013, 12:49:35 AM
I have a Premier - verified  paypal account
Please if interested email me (PMs have a limit per hour and can really be stressful to get in that cap while in negotiations)
My email:
13  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB BTC or BTC-E code or LTC on: December 19, 2013, 12:20:15 AM
Hello, I really want to jump in the BTC community and I really need to buy some BTC to get started.
Sadly paypal is pretty much the only method I can offer to pay since it is not really easy to move money internationally (I'm from Peru).
I need some bitcoin so I can start developing some projects (need the bitcoins to test transactions and automate some things). So I don't really want to invest thousands of dollars on bitcoins. I want to buy just 100~200 $ on bitcoins to get started.

(The current project I'm doing is an escrow web platform. Since this like this happen, I want to make it easier to trade and integrate a platform where this transactions can be done easily and keep a good record so people don't have troubles knowing who to trust )
14  Other / Beginners & Help / Well, gotta start saomewhere. on: December 18, 2013, 04:00:50 PM
I get it, the newbie system is to filter out users with multiple accounts.
Well I joined pretty much to trade. I'm interested in investing into bitcoin and LTC and buying into BTC-E, Bitstamp or mt.gox is pretty difficult if you are from South America.
Also I'm on the works of producing my own ASICs in Peru.
I already know the bitcoin algorithm and I'm working on the schematics, the scrypt for LTC is way harder though...
Well, I hope this is enough to get me started.
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