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41  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / First 10 people receive free Online Backup on: June 24, 2011, 07:37:29 AM
Here's a way to get extra bitcoins or income...

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Being a sponsor means that:
1. You own one complimentary 50GB backup account on our server for your own personal use (similar to Carbonite Pro).
2. When new people use your referral code, you receive their first 2 payments. That equals anywhere from $15 to $75 per referral (two months in a row). Sponsors with five referrals currently signed up receive the first 3 payments.

You do not need to put the extra promo line of text (as seen below) if you do not wish, but then obviously you can't reap the benefits from referrals.

If you would like to try out our software first, the installation includes a 30-day trial; so you're free to test it out.
We are wrapping up some final construction on our website, which should be complete coming right up in July.
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42  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Let's talk about NAMECOIN on: June 24, 2011, 03:19:32 AM
What's going on. Value was like $1.25 a week ago, now its more like $0.30.

I know about the whole ICANN TLD thing.. but not too much else to read unless you leave your IRC window open all day and read peoples speculation.

Any thoughts? information?  Undecided
43  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / BTC Growth Stunt - an Idea on: June 23, 2011, 09:16:33 AM
I see a couple problems in the immediate future. Now hear me out before you try and answer these in your head.

Problem 1:
Maximum volume will be 21 million BTC. However this will not satisfy a global market.
The United States alone has trillions of USD. Now I understand that BTC can be broken down, but read on.

Problem 2:
Significant difficulty increases and current value of BTC are leading many to cease mining within the next 60 days.
A growth stunt at 80K users is a real issue! We need 80 million, not 80 thousand!

Addressing Problem 1: (Insufficient Volume for a Worldwide Market)
Ok.. your thinking this isn't really an issue since someone can just sell a pair of shoes for 0.000050 BTC, yeah yeah... but I'm telling you that will never settle with humans.. ever. People don't want to hear that their products are only worth 0.00005 BTC. But here's the solution. Change the client software to uBTC (micro-BTC). People will be inclined to sell a pair of shoes for 50 uBTC. Even though this is the same number, this gives the BTC World Market 21 trillion uBTC - fit for a global economy, and a more psychologically friendly usage of numbers.

Addressing Problem 2: (Growth Stunted at 80K-120K Miners)
People are about to walk away, sell their rigs.. tell their friends the easy money is over. Your thinking they're whiners, too bad they missed the goldrush and they can just go crawl under a rock. The truth is, we need 80 million, not 80 thousand. So this is a problem. Now, if we switched to uBTC in the mining clients, they would see they are ALL still early pioneers, not earning .05 BTC per day, but earning 50,000 uBTC per day. Obviously if the world caught wind of this 50,000 per day opportunity, and the growth exploded more (eventually to 80 million miners), then people would be earning more like 50 uBTC per day (1000 times less). Now we are at a more realistic mining rate at the global level. 80 million users = a real economy.

What do you all think about uBTC? Would it help today, tomorrow, eventually?
44  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / 21MIL Model Fails with hard drive crashes on: June 22, 2011, 07:07:36 AM
A maximum volume of currency and predictable inflation are great ideas and solve some current problems... however, what happens when large amounts of the bitcoins are permanently lost due to drive failure, lost passwords, theft of laptops, fire damage/flood, death, etc...

If millions of people are using this cryptocurrency by the year 2020, then more and more of these cases are bound to occur. Will they ever inject more bitcoins into the magical bitcoin forest? Or how will they tackle this problem since there is no real way of accounting for all the current bitcoins in existence.
45  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / GBVAULT.COM Righting Wrongs on: June 22, 2011, 06:32:11 AM
Hello Bitcoin community,

If you received a "spam" email from our website on 6/20/11, please feel free to PM or email me.
We apologize; a "marketing professional" provider contacted us and sold us a bitcoin community distribution list.
After a section of the list was mailed, we very soon were alerted that this was not the case and immediately stopped.
Fortunately, only part of the list was emailed.

I have already spoke to some about the incident, but wanted to post for all the others I did not speak to.

If you were one of the unfortunate ones whom received an email, please email us back at and we would like to enter you into a small contest to win one of many prizes, ranging from thumb drives to power supplies to hard drives. Please include [Forum -] in the subject. Put your forum nickname (and your email address at the time) in the body of the email.

Once we complete the contest, we will post all of the winners and their corresponding prizes.

Thank you for understanding,
46  Economy / Marketplace / Online Backup for Bitcoins on: June 22, 2011, 05:42:52 AM
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47  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Caution:Don't buy a distribution list if you're website is contacted! on: June 20, 2011, 03:25:54 AM
Or at least check into it first.
Got some angry emails after sending out to a distribution list that someone sold me for some bitcoins.
After reading through this forum, I think others are encountering spam. I feel like an idiot.
I'm glad I caught this a short way through the list because there was much more to go (the list was long).
A few people replied (to the email) and apparently this list is not a legit distribution, it's a stolen list of emails.
I am both apologizing and warning others. It was of course too good to be true.
48  Economy / Marketplace / Online Backup GbVault accepting Bitcoins on: June 19, 2011, 08:05:04 AM
Is there a business directory or section of the forum that lists companies which accept Bitcoins?

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49  Other / Beginners & Help / Looking to buy Cheap Namecoins :) on: June 16, 2011, 03:04:09 PM
I'm looking to buy namecoins. Please email/PM me if you have an amazing offer for me.

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