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1  Other / Off-topic / The story of Bold Funding. on: August 31, 2011, 02:51:38 AM
The story of Bold Funding.

As you can see, I've never been in hiding.   Clearly.    Smiley

Back in 2004, Ed and I started a business to try to help people save their homes from foreclosure.   We were taught by someone in Michigan who was very successful at it.

The idea was:   We matched up an interested investor, with someone facing foreclosure.   If the homeowner had enough equity in their home, it could work.   The homeowner would voluntarily sell their home to the investor, thus freeing up the equity they had in thier home... while paying off the mortgage company... and preventing the foreclosure.   Then, they would immediately buy their home back from the investor on a "land contract".

The whole process was a win-win.   The homeowner would not lose their home.  The equity that was freed up was enough to pay the investor a decent fee for extending his credit and risk, and there was usually enough for a small fee for us, and often even cash back to the homeowner.   Everyone wins.   Everyone was happy.    Even the mortgage company was happy... being paid off in full.

It was actually a brilliant idea... which had barely ever been done before.   And it helped many people save their homes.

What happened though... in short is.... We were a victum of our own success.  At the same time that we had just begun a radio advertising campaign... mortgage foreclosures hit an all time high.  

We were suddenly swamped with applications to process.  We hired more people as fast as we could, but there was no time to train them.   It was a disaster.   A management and planning disaster.   As a result, we dropped the ball.   We did not get applications processed fast enough.

We had every single applicant sign a contract -- and with their signature notorized -- stating that they understood clearly that there was no guarantee that we would be able to match them with a suitable investor.   No guarantee that we would be able to save their home.

Of course, we needed to charge a deposit in order to pay for the weeks worth of processing paperwork that was needed in order to deterine their deed, their mortgages, determine their equity, get appraisals on the property... then try to match them with suitable investors.

The whole thing was a miserable failure.   When people panicked because they couldn't get answers from us fast enough...  they freaked out.   They complained to the BBB, and all the way up.

Bold Funding was a disaster.  We got overwhelmed with applications.  So many applications that.... even tho we tried... it was hopeless to try to process them all.  As a result, people were let down.  It was never our intention to harm nor defraud anyone.  We were not present at the proceedings for the civil lawsuit against us, at the advice of our legal council.  And that was only a CIVIL trial, by the way.  No criminal charges were ever filed.  The case is closed for the government too.  The statute of limitations is 6 years, and they never considered the case worthy.

People who know me, know that I have been promoting bitcoins, accepting cash deposits and delivering bitcoins in exchange, and I never defraud anyone.

We were only trying to run a business which would help people.  It's just that we failed miserably.

I live with the pain of knowing that we let people down who were hoping that we could help them save their homes.... and faster.   But all in all, we were only able save a small percentage of the homes we were tasked with.

It was never fraud.   It was mismanagement.    And we learned a LOT of lessons from that experience.     Lessons we will never forget.
2  Other / Off-topic / Two interesting emails I received today... on: August 30, 2011, 01:46:55 PM
Just to set the record straight....

I am not a pedophile.    I am a homosexual.   But those are two completely different things.   In fact, the vast majority of pedophiles are heterosexual.

I have never had any sort of sexual relations with anyone under age --- ever in my life --- even when I was underage myself, and I certainly have no interest in doing so.    It is a horrific and despicable thing.    ( Even when I was under 18, my first boyfriend was 19, and I was 17.   We were together for 6 years. )

I do not condone rape.   It is equally despicable.   I never condone any acts of violence, unless in direct self defense.    I have never raped anyone.

Absolutely everyone familiar with Thai culture in the least knows that ALL males are referred to as "boys" --- even if they are 38 years old.    And ALL females are referred to as "girls", similarly.   It is just the terminology they use.    It is a bit disconcerting at first.... to hear them constantly refer to someone older than you as a "boy" or a "girl"....   but you get used to it.    It is a part of their culture and customs.

I happen to know that Thailand's laws against child-sex are extremely strict.    IDs are checked everywhere, and multiple times, to insure that everyone is over 18 years old.    Thailand's laws are much stricter, in this regard, than the laws of New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut --- where the legal age of consent is only 17, in fact.

However, again, I have never had any such interest in anyone who is not an adult.... ever in my life.

What has happened is....

I have spoken out against the MyBitcoin posse.....   Madhatter, his close familial relationship with NanaimoGold, etc., etc.

I've also spoken out against the vandalism --- to the point of the destruction of --- this Forum.....  by kid hackers who absolutely HATE libertarian values, and bitcoin, and what those concepts stand for.

The Result is Clear.

This Forum has become their obvious target.   They want to destroy it.    And they've done a good job of that.

And I have become a target --- and they want to destroy me --- because I promote Bitcoin, and I am enthusiastic about Bitcoin....  and, the fact is, people listen to me.    So they are trying oh so desperately to discredit me.

Then, add to that, the MyBitcoin heist by all the names associated with each other on the #bitcoin-police wiki....   and you get the complete picture.

These are Bitcoin Haters.....   and MyBitcoin Thieves who are now Fugitives.

Many of the statements made about me by these people are clearly libelous.   I am retaining legal counsel to pursue all legal avenues with regard to such libelous statements made about me.

As you can see in these two emails I just received today....    The MyBitcoin thieves are scared.    They are only hoping that I do, in fact, have something to hide.   Sorry to disappoint...   But I do not.

Sorry about your luck someone... or whatever other obvious pseudonym you're using today.    Smiley

I have absolutely nothing to hide.    And I have broken no laws.      ( other than a big fat ticket for not wearing a seat belt recently.  Smiley   )

Two interesting emails I received today...

Email 1 from Madhatter Today:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CX7ur4Ey5X4

--
Cheers!
The Madhatter

Email 2 from Madhatter Today:

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Don't you wish you could delete and change things faster? Well, the
internet doesn't really work that way does it? We had that stuff
archived over a year ago -- it's old news to us.

Look, I always knew you were a pervert. Ever since you first appeared on
the forums. I kept your secrets for a long time.

Your reputation is toast. Now, I don't even have to lift a finger. The
rest will run its course organically.

You got sloppy and you put people I know in harms way. That was
irresponsible and unforgivable.

I have more information about the things your group is involved in, but
it is so fucking sick I'm afraid to even think it. If the police ever do
find me and show up on my doorstep they'll be the first to get a copy.

We want you to leave Bitcoin now. You've served your purpose. We can
take it from here. Pack your bags and fuck off now. Go back to whoring
or something else instead, pretty please?

--
Cheers!
The Madhatter

As you can see, someone is desperate and scared.   He hopes against all odds that I have something to hide... and that he ( they ) can intimidate me into stopping.... telling the truth.
3  Other / Off-topic / The New Moderated Bitcoin Forum on: August 28, 2011, 09:04:32 PM
Everyone I know is complaining about the current state of this forum.....

which has made it almost useless....

with the children who are all about vandalizing the forum with viscous comments and attacking everyone.  

So I finally decided to start a new forum again...    so we can get back to the "good old days" of discussing Bitcoin as adults...  without trolling  ( or, as I call it, forum vandalism ).

The link will remain in my signature line below.....   which is:    http://tinyurl.com/bitcoinpeople

Please come join me there for a breath of fresh air.....    Free and open discussion of All Things Bitcoin....  without all the junk posts.

Personally, I will no longer be posting in this forum.....   except to link to a post in this New forum.
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Make No Mistake: MyBitcoin is NOT Back Up! on: August 05, 2011, 01:10:26 PM
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MyBitcoin.com Is Back: A Week After Vanishing With $250 K. USD Worth of BTC, Site Claims It Was Hacked http://goo.gl/QBLca

Actually, Ed & I are only ONE account holder.   We had 25,000+ Bitcoin in only one of our accounts -- the largest one of about a dozen accounts we had there.  

It's more likely that the total of all the 10s of thousands of account holders balances is worth millions of dollars --- even at today's low prices.

The site is NOT back.   People who should know..... believe:  The bogus statement is a stall tactic to buy him time.    He is getting very scared.... and he desperately needs to buy time.

The good news is:   He is a bitcoin multi-millionaire himself.     ( Remember, he's been in this since before July 2009. )    It is very possible that he DOES have the funds somewhere.    But pressure MUST be applied to the FBI and the Canadian Mounted Police's Cyber Crimes Division.   If you had an account there, please call the New York FBI Cyber Crimes Dept. IMMEDIATELY and file a report.   They will protect your anonymity if you ask them to.   The more account holders they here from, the more chance these funds can be recovered.... for the 10s of thousands of people affected.    

If you had an account on MyBitcoin.com Immediately Telephone:  212-384-2929



Only Love,

Bruce

Bruce Wagner
Founder and CEO
http://OnlyOneTV.com
global television network
text/voice: +1 646-580-0022
email: bruce@onlyonetv.com
skype: punlman
twitter: http://twitter.com/brucewagner
facebook: http://facebook.com/brucelwagner
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / The Bitcoin Conference & World Expo 2011 NYC is only 16 days away! on: August 03, 2011, 03:24:10 AM
The Bitcoin Conference & World Expo 2011 NYC is only 16 days away! Pls RT & send this to all mailing lists now! http://bitcoinconference.com
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / What is the Best Safest Easiest Most Trustworthy Web-based Wallet for Non-Techie on: July 29, 2011, 01:16:13 AM
What is the Best Safest Easiest Most Trustworthy Web-based Wallet for Non-Technical People....for somewhat large amounts of bitcoin?


7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / World's First brick and mortar retailer who now SELLS AND BUYS BITCOIN FOR CASH on: July 26, 2011, 09:07:35 PM
It has happened....

I just broke the news about 30 minutes ago, live on  The Bitcoin Show.... on http://OnlyOneTV.com


The World's First ( to our knowledge ), brick and mortar retailer who now SELLS AND BUYS BITCOIN FOR CASH....


It's in New York City.

It's called, http://MezeGrill.com





Full Disclosure:   Meze Grill is a sponsor of The Bitcoin Show, and a great friend.   And Meze Grill is one of our favorite restaurants...  for the food...   not just for the Bitcoins.      Smiley
8  Economy / Currency exchange / No Fees, USD to BTC, or BTC to USD, Instant Cash, Both Directions on: July 18, 2011, 02:24:52 AM
Contact me.

Trusted member of the Bitcoin Community.

Bruce Wagner

SMS, Text, or voice:  +1  646-580-0022

Email:   bruce@onlyonetv.com

I have lots of friends who are always wanting to buy and/or sell Bitcoins.

Their price is currently based on a combination of the Order Books of MtGox and TradeHill, and is not negotiable.

They charge No Fees Whatsoever.

Manhattan, New York City.   

However, cash trades can be transacted remotely via Fedex, or other methods.
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / LIKE a Facebook Page to Indicate to all your Friends that You Sell Bitcoins on: July 02, 2011, 03:05:40 AM

Here's an idea I came up with the other day....

Someone was saying that Bitcoins will be bought and sold mostly among friends and acquaintances.   That's when it hit me.   People need a way to indicate to ALL of their friends that they sell bitcoins.

So, here's what I came up with:


LIKE a Facebook Page to Indicate to all your Friends that You Sell Bitcoins

If you are willing to "Sell Bitcoin for Cash" and/or "Sell Cash for Bitcoin"...  Please LIKE this page.   This way your friends and acquaintances will be aware of who they can go to... whenever they would like to Buy bitcoins.... or Sell bitcoins.... quickly and easily... from someone within their own circles of family, friends, business associates, and  other acquaintances.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/I-Sell-Bitcoins-for-Cash-or-Cash-for-Bitcoins/224230804277002

LIKE it....  and....  Spread the word...
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Huge Television Ad for Bitcoin on All the Major Networks on: July 02, 2011, 01:54:02 AM

We are working on a Bitcoin TV ad.....  to be broadcast on ALL the major television networks within the USA.


This television commercial will be advertising the basic benefits, for both consumers and merchants, of using bitcoins.


If you're interested in helping out in any aspect of this project, please send me an email or call me.


Bitcoin TV Ad Donation Address:    19ChNLmVHAcUDXUQ7grtUvWSBL9DwUwdU3



11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / MAJOR MEDIA REQUEST on: June 17, 2011, 07:39:38 PM

I have a request from a Major Media reporter.

He is looking for the following:

Brick and Mortar businesses - especially in the San Francisco area who now accept Bitcoin

     such as:

     - restaurants
     - clothing stores
     - bookstores
     - etc.

Miners and Mining Operations - especially in the San Francisco area

PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL ME IMMEDIATELY.

bruce@onlyonetv.com  //  +1  646-580-0022
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / [FORTUNE] The clock is ticking on Bitcoin on: June 17, 2011, 06:34:45 PM
[FORTUNE]   The clock is ticking on Bitcoin

http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2011/06/17/the-clock-is-ticking-on-bitcoin/

This is a link to the original article in its current state (right-click save-as): 

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/993053/Created/Personal/The%20Clock%20is%20Ticking%20on%20Bitcoin%20%5BFortune%5D.odt

_________________________________________________________

BRUCE WAGNER'S RESPONSE TO THE FINISHED ARTICLE FOLLOWS:


Below is my latest email back to the author of the article, Daniel Roberts....

_________________________________________________________




On our phone call....  we left off at number 8 below.

____________

I THINK YOU SHOULD CALL ME URGENTLY!        646-580-0022

(1)   Meze Grill does not sell burritos.  

(2)   "....although so far not a single customer has paid this way."   //   NOT TRUE.  We paid for our dinner just the other evening in Bitcoin there.

(3)   "....and many of its uses have nothing to do with Silk Road."  //   BLATANTLY MISLEADING.   0.0000000001% of its use has anything to do with Silk Road.   NO ONE I KNOW has ever used Silk Road.  It's blatantly misleading to imply that ANYONE uses Bitcoin for such things.   It's absolutely irresponsible reporting.

(4)   "... In simple terms, here's how it works: After downloading a desktop software client (the most popular one is Dwolla)..."    //   OMG.  This is sooooo inaccurate.   (A)  There is no need to download a desktop client.   (B)  Dwolla has nothing to do with Bitcoin.   (C)  Dwolla is not a desktop client.

(5)   "...each Bitcoin is associated with a URL where users can see the entire history of the coin's use, including every user that bought or sold it..."   //   NOT ACCURATE AT ALL.   This is terribly inaccurate and misleading.

(6)   "Bitcoins have had volatile ups and downs but never a full crash."   //   VERY MISLEADING.  Bitcoin value has gone UP form $0.06 to about $20 today.   That is UP UP UP.  No crash at all.

(7)    "Now there are even other Bitcoin-like currencies, such as Namecoins, which are bought with Bitcoins and used to pay for domain name hosting. Some traders believe the biggest potential is in the limitless creation of these e-currencies."     //   OMG OMG OMG   I NEED TO CALL YOU.  THESE STATEMENTS ARE GOING TO MAKE YOU LOOK LIKE A FOOL!

( 8 )    "At the moment, Bitcoins can't really be used at any mainstream retailers. According to a wiki list of businesses that accept Bitcoin, you can use the currency to buy real goods and services, but we're not exactly talking about Amazon.com (AMZN)."   //   OMG OMG OMG   YOU CAN ALREADY USE BITCOIN TO MAKE PURCHASES ON AMAZON.COM  !!!!!!!!   via TradeHill.com..... TODAY!

TRADEHILL IS NOT JUST CONVERTING BITCOIN INTO AMAZON MONEY.

TRADEHILL ALLOWS YOU TO COMPLETELY MAKE THE PURCHASE ---- USING ONLY BITCOIN ---- WITH ONE CLICK.   THAT IS NOT JUST BUYING AMAZON MONEY.

And many many many online retailers are quickly following suit with the Amazon + TradeHill system.

(9)   You mention burritos again....  which Meze Grill does not sell.

(10)   "If they really wanted to ensure they aren't losing money from sales paid with Bitcoins, they'd have to watch the exchange rate closely and adjust their price every single day."    //   This is being solved by new Point of Exchange startups which now accept the correct amount of bitcoin for the dollar amount, sell the bitcoins for dollars instantly, and deposit the US dollars into the merchant's account the next day.   This problem will have been solved totally by the time your article goes to print.

(11)   "If the USA wants to shut it down," Wagner reasons, "the Internet has a way of detecting censorship and rallying around it. They could block Bitcoin transactions, but it would be censorship."    //   Those were two separate unrelated statements.... you combined into one statement.

The first one, ACCURATELY, was:   "If censorship happens on the internet, the internet by its nature sees that as an error and routes around it."

The second one, ACCURATELY, was:   "Most likely, No, the US government could not completely stop the Bitcoin network.  To my understanding, the only way the Bitcoin network can be stopped is to completely stop the internet.  And the only way to completely stop the internet is to make it illegal and confiscate 100% of the computers.  Even then, as long as two computers exist --- in any other country on Earth --- the internet will still exist, and thus.... so will Bitcoin.    If the USA decides to vote for internet censorship --- like they have in China --- it will not slow down Bitcoin at all."

THAT is what I actually said.

(12)   "But in fact, because users all have identifying web IDs, the government could rather easily identify users today, make it illegal to operate a Bitcoin node, and drive users away with the same scare tactics that the content industry uses on illegal downloaders. And censorship protests or not, there isn't much American traders could do."   //   1000% INACCURATE.   Bitcoin users DO NOT HAVE IDENTIFYING WED IDs... NOT AT ALL!   Only about 2% of the Bitcoin users I know actually operate a "Bitcoin node".   That statement is ridiculously misleading.     Even if it were made illegal in the USA, it would most likely not even cause a blip in the Bitcoin network, or the value of a Bitcoin on the global market.

(13)   "The reality is that a currency that has no regulator, trades on an open exchange, and can be easily stolen is one that won't sit well with lawmakers. So whether Bitcoins are a risky investment or not, expect Uncle Sam to keep the average American consumer from ever getting to make that choice."     //   WOW.  This conclusion really sounds like you were TOLD to write this article....  and TOLD what conclusions to make.

The word "Misleading" seems to be a key concept of this article.


Sad.   Very Sad.





Bruce Wagner    OnlyOneTV    http://onlyonetv.com    646-580-0022




On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 12:51 PM, Daniel Roberts <daniel_roberts@fortune.com> wrote:
> Bruce, thanks for speaking to me. I enjoyed getting to know you by phone!
> The story is up and being well received... See anything factually wrong?
> I see some Bitcoiners tweeting it negatively but that's because, I imagine,
> they disagree with our angle/conclusions, which is fine.
>
> But do let me know if there are any errors!
> http://tech.fortune.cnn.com/2011/06/17/the-clock-is-ticking-on-bitcoin/
>
>
> All the best to you,
>
> Daniel Roberts
>
>
> On 6/17/11 11:46 AM, "Bruce Wagner" <bruce@onlyonetv.com> wrote:
>
>> Try do better than BusinessWeek just did....
>>
>> I just asked him if he'd like my spelling and accuracy corrections.
>>
>>       http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/11_26/b4234041554873.htm
>>
>> I strongly recommend letting me review it just before you post it...
>> In case any language is misleading, etc.
>>
>> I won't complain....   I just wanna help make you look good.
>>
>> :-)
>>
>>
>> Bruce
>>
>>
>> Bruce Wagner    OnlyOneTV    http://onlyonetv.com    646-580-0022
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 10:38 AM, Bruce Wagner <bruce@onlyonetv.com> wrote:
>>> Right now is good.
>>> I'm on cellphone, but that's ok.  Yes?
>>> 646-580-0022
>>>
>>> On Jun 17, 2011 10:34 AM, "Daniel Roberts" <daniel_roberts@fortune.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>> Ah, okay. Unless right now is good?
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On 6/17/11 10:03 AM, "Bruce Wagner" <bruce@onlyonetv.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Sounds great.
>>>>> Can we make it 11:00am ET...?
>>>>> 646-580-0022
>>>>>
>>>>> Bruce
>>>>>
>>>>> On Jun 17, 2011 9:00 AM, "Daniel Roberts" <daniel_roberts@fortune.com>
>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>> Great, thanks Bruce. Basically I already have a nearly complete story
>>>>>>> but I
>>>>>>> have a couple gaps perhaps you could help me fill in: just as a
>>>>>>> preview,
>>>>>>> they involve whether there's anyone that has made big returns by
>>>>>>> investing
>>>>>>> in BTC, and if that's public/who/how much, and the basic fact of
>>>>>>> whether
>>>>>>> exchanges like Mt. Gox or TradeHill charge a transaction fee, which I
>>>>>>> haven't had answered yet. Could I call you around 10:30 EST? Thanks so
>>>>>> much.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> --
>>>>>>> Daniel Roberts
>>>>>>> Fortune
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> 1271 Ave of the Americas, 18th Floor, 1853B
>>>>>>> New York, NY 10020
>>>>>>> 212 522 8018
>>>>>>> daniel_roberts@fortune.com
13  Other / Obsolete (buying) / Selling as many Bitcoin as you want at the MtGox Last Price on: June 13, 2011, 04:55:26 AM
A friend of mine has asked me to sell all of his Bitcoins ASAP.

We are in New York City.   He wants cash for it.   If you're not in NYC area, FedEx Priority Overnight might be possible.

If you're interested in buying them....   as many as you want...  at the MtGox Last Price at the time of the sale....   

Contact me as soon as possible:   bruce@onlyonetv.com      646-580-0022
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Worldwide Exclusive: New Competitor to MtGox: http://TradeHill.com on: June 08, 2011, 08:09:44 PM
Bitcoin Worldwide Exclusive: New Competitor to MtGox: http://TradeHill.com Use Referral Code: TH-R141 for a 10% DISCOUNT FOR LIFE! #bitcoin

Support what we're doing here at OnlyOneTV.com with "The Bitcoin Show"...  and in Spanish, "El Show de Bitcoin"....  use Referral Code:  TH-R141
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Growth Rate of Bitcoin Value on: June 07, 2011, 01:43:11 PM

Is this math correct?

http://bitcoinme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=38
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / A CALL FOR HELP! We need volunteers to help... on: June 07, 2011, 12:40:22 PM
A CALL FOR HELP!

We need volunteers to help enter all the businesses in the world who accept Bitcoin....

All the charities in the world that accept Bitcoin....

And all the local Bitcoin-for-Cash Exchangers in the world...

If you can help, please contact us!

See http://bitcoinme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=5
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin in the Media: Al Jazeera's The Stream on: June 07, 2011, 12:27:43 PM
Al Jazeera's  "The Stream"

http://bitcoinme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=37
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / This Forum & NOTIFY me of replies? on: May 16, 2011, 03:01:28 PM

I know that there IS an option to "NOTIFY me of replies".... in this bitcoin.org forum.....

But  DOES IT WORK??

Do you actually RECEIVE email notifications of new replies tho.....?   .....in the bitcoin.org forum?

I never have.

( Please reply to me via email in case I never see this thread again.  Thanks!  Smiley   bruce@onlyonetv.com   )
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / A New Bitcoin Forum -- especially for newbie users on: May 13, 2011, 01:35:38 AM
I've created a new bitcoin forum -- for everyone -- but especially oriented for those new to Bitcoin.

It's a branch off of the BitcoinMe.com site.... which I am redesigning from scratch at the moment.

It has a working,  "Subscribe to this topic"  option...  which I think is essential to being able to keep up with forum replies and conversations.

Please come check it out, and introduce yourself....    Let's see if it works.   Smiley     http://bitcoinme.com/forum

20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / How to Buy Bitcoin - by 'The Bitcoin Show' on OnlyOneTV.com on: May 11, 2011, 01:41:17 AM

YouTube - How to Buy Bitcoin - by 'The Bitcoin Show' on OnlyOneTV.com http://goo.gl/bUXTs


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