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1  Economy / Digital goods / Targeted Marketing Databases for as little as $5! on: October 17, 2016, 02:18:14 AM
Hello  Grin

Lots of people scour over Google to find businesses that would be interested in their product or service.

I've developed a system to produce spreadsheets containing the following information:

  • Business Names
  • Num of Employees
  • Phone Number
  • Address
  • Website
  • Email Address(s)

I've had some recent success on fiverr ( and am now dabbling in some telemarketing as well.

I'd be happy to build files for bitcoin! I'm in the process of getting a consumer based web app up and running to sell these files (it will definitely accept bitcoin), currently everything is behind locked doors through my companies web portal though, so all sales have to go through me.

Let me know if there are any questions, I also offer the ability to cross reference any information (for example, I have checked each listing with a website, for any links to online booking agents; this list was prepared for a competitor in the online hotel booking industry).

2  Economy / Auctions / taking all offers for the domain and/or website on: August 31, 2016, 05:58:50 PM
Hello  Grin

Last year I finished up an introductory bitcoin book and attempted to build a website to help market the book.

Well, I've got some reviews on the book, but marketing the book has been more effectively done elsewhere, not the website.

I'd like to sell the domain and/or website. If you would like the website, I will toss in free hosting for 6 - 12 months depending on the bid price and the amount of traffic you begin to receive (if it wrecks my VPS we will have to discuss other options for you).

Minimum bid I'd ask for is $25.

The website can be found here:

Also, if you have anything holding you back from purchasing it such as:

  • If it had a forum, I'd buy it.
  • If it accepted donations, I'd buy it

or anything else, please let me know! I can add somethings onto the site to try and make it more appealing to try and get more $ for it.

Thanks for looking!
3  Bitcoin / Wallet software / Web based wallet UI for micro-PCs on: January 06, 2016, 05:17:31 PM
Hey guys!

A while back I was the developer for a project called The Staker

The guy who convinced me to build it had promised me a share of revenue and that he was going to market and sell devices, this was not accomplished and he has since gone MIA.

So, I thought this project would be best open source

I've written a blog post about this application, and have provided deployment instructions in case you would like a password protected web based UI for your rasb pi or other micro-PC that has a cryptocurrency wallet installed on it.

The blog post with instructions can be found here:

Screenshots of a bitcoin version of the UI can be seen here as well:,1jBOmj8,vfm1Smo,MY2FYpB,VvmDq0x#0

It can work for any cryptocurrency that utilizes the standard JSON-RPC interface and functions found in the original bitcoin source. The list of cryptocurrencies that don't support this interface, is much shorter than the list of them that do.

So, it can work with almost any altcoin, as well as bitcoin.

I'm not sure where else I should be sharing this, so please let me know if this is not the proper forum (or mods feel free to move please).

With the recent popularity of's device, I thought people may be of interest in this type of app as well as the instructions to deploy and use it.

Please let me know if you have any questions, recommendations or issues found in the code. I'd like to make this as useful as possible.
4  Economy / Digital goods / Wrote a book for bitcoin newbies, would really like some feedback/reviews on: November 18, 2015, 05:30:54 PM

The book is free for today (wednesday, Nov 18), and if I generate enough interest I'd be willing to schedule another free promo in order to get some reviews.

The book can be found here:

It's only about 43 pages (8.5x11), so if you have some spare time and would like to make sure it's not full of bad info or propaganda, please do take a gander and let me know what you think (preferably using amazons reviews).

Any/All feedback is really appreciated.
5  Economy / Service Discussion / LBC Traders: Interested in moving your business onto your own site? on: June 16, 2015, 03:46:06 AM
I currently have a working model for LBC traders to move their business onto their own website.

Right now it is focused towards cash deposits at banks/CU's. It could be built for something else though for an upcharge.

The standard suite would come with a complete customer front end with emails at each step, order status checks and instructions. With a single page back end for management as well as emails to your own email address to notify you of new orders.

I also would have add-ons available such as: a blog for digital marketing, social media automation to keep activity steady, custom reports, and anything else you need on top of the standard package i can provide a quote on.

Would this be of any interest to people? I was thinking 2btc per standard package, and 0.2btc per month for hosting.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Announcements (Altcoins) / Win a free bitcoin (or altcoin) Staker! 1 BTI per ticket, no limit on tickets on: May 18, 2015, 03:27:58 PM

As many of you know, there is a new hardware based wallet device called the Staker.

This device is simply a dev-board (like rasb pi) with a specialized web UI for end customers to use instead of having to deal with terminal and command prompt to manage their wallet.

We are announcing our contest today to win a free staker! (minus buying the tickets of course)

The tickets are 1 BTI each, and you can buy them here:

You can buy BTI here:

Here's a quick video with more info about the contest:

At the end of the contest, I have a java program to build a list of email addresses for each ticket sold

So if someone buys 100 tickets, they will have their email in the list 100 times

then an email is selected from the list at random

using java's Math.random() function
7  Economy / Services / Java dev, looking for work on: May 09, 2015, 06:35:50 AM
Hey everybody!

Been a rough couple months lately, and could use some quick work for pay Smiley

My specialization thus far in my career has been java web development with a js and jQuery front end. I use open source HTML/CSS designs for my projects so they come out looking nice, professional and crisp, and have experience working with the JSON-RPC interface of standard crypto wallets, so I can work with any coin out there for simple tasks.

I can provide my resume via PM, and I have my social media links in my signature throughout BCT.

I can usually finish projects within a weeks time. Here's some previous projects that are public facing:

I'm transparent, and have worked with a number of teams here in the bitcoin space. I keep communication clear, and take the time to explain things in terms relevant to what you do.

Quotes are made on an individual basis, and vary project to project.

I can also help with business analytics, system interfaces (API integrations), and performance consulting.

Ask any questions if you have them Smiley else feel free to PM me to start some dialogue and get a quote.

8  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / HardWallet series, hardware based wallets for multiple cryptocurrencies on: April 17, 2015, 06:04:12 PM

Hello Smiley

A team and I have been working on a project we've been referring to as The Staker simply because of how nice it is for POS coins.

A full fledged ubuntu computer with 1.5Ghz and 1GB RAM, with a web interface built for you to work with the staker you have on your home network. A private crypto website only available from the security of your home or trusted network.

There's a number of solutions for bitcoin, but the important thing here is it's a hardware based solution for multiple cryptocurrencies that have kept the standard json-rpc interface of the bitcoin daemon.

We've built/tested our beta devices, our beta production processes, and our prototype payment portal for the array of options possible with machines such as these, and we are ready to begin selling our first few versions. Our portal will continuously be updated with new coins as they become "available". "Available" meaning that I have built the coin from source, and successfully downloaded the blockchain. Bitcoin itself is coming soon because I'm having to rebuild out a specific interface for it using bitcoinj specifically. You can order a bitcoin version now, but the lead time will be longer than that of other coins which is currently up to 10 business days.

I'm Kamron and I'm the developer of the device's web UI and the tech who will be building these devices as they're ordered. I'm also the one who will be answering most of the technical questions/concerns that come of this ann. I come as one single person of a team from a company called Blockchain Technologies Inc out of Ontario in Canada.

We are actively working with dev teams of cryptos in this space, and are trying to reach out to more as we go along to try and account for specific features in the various cryptocurrencies we have here, and will have in coming time.

You can purchase stakers here for as little as $60 in bitcoin:

We have a brief video prepared here:

You can find more information on the device and it's specific features in the google doc I've prepared:

You can find more images of the device itself here:,SCy4h4g,2OhN7Go,xIt1i62,A1flhiv,LjrSAL7,S4DsEBD#6

Here are some more images of the standard UI for various coins (mazacoin is the example here)

We will be customizing the color schemes of the UI for various coins.

We're not only announcing this, but are opening ourselves up to any and all criticism from the community here. Your comments and opinions will help drive the development of this device. We have a vision that reaches as far as mesh networked battery powered devices with solar chargers for the less developed parts of the world, where bitcoin and crypto currency could really make an impact considering it's current reach into societies of developed nations. So we need any and all comments we can get from the intelligent minds that do frequent these forums.

Hoping for a good response on this, and do let me know if there is any more information I should include here in the OP.

Web UI Source:
9  Economy / Auctions / Altcoin Trader Assistant Bot on: January 21, 2015, 03:41:36 PM
Hello Smiley

I've been building a trading bot on the bittrex API's. At this point, it can pump Xbtc, dump Xbtc, and pad the books to minimize the spread between the order books.

I'd like to keep building features into it, but it's already proved very useful in it's current state.

I'd like to start getting some information as to how much this software could be worth to others. I'm not sure where else this topic would be best, please move it if I made a mistake in choosing this thread.

More about the software:

I've made this dynamic and easy to use. Example: For padding the books between the spread, you simply give it the currency symbol and it does the rest. It won't use systematic looking numbers, but will keep everything random and just above the dust level. Then also at random times will make orders for a bit larger portions than the dust level. In short, will pad the books with random amounts and random prices as to consistently look natural. There is also what's called an order sequence variable that will allow you to designate the maximum amount of sat's you want between each order used to "pad the books".

Also, if there are any other features you all feel would be important here, please let me know Cheesy. This is to assist other traders as it has me. As we all know, there is no magic involved in trading and no such thing as a magical "trading bot" that will simply make money for you without you having to do anything.

Hope to get some valuable feedback, thanks everyone
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Is there a thread for abandoned coins? on: November 14, 2014, 05:49:46 AM
If not, could we make one?

I'm fairly new to BCT obviously, so forgive me if this is an obvious answer  Grin
11  Economy / Service Discussion / PBMining is breaking wallets on: October 28, 2014, 04:31:06 PM
PBMining sends their payments as a single transaction to all of it's customers. As their customer base grows, this transaction and it's list of receivers grows.

I use the android wallet, and because of this type of transaction, it is slowing down wallets to the point of being unusable.

I know pools payout this way as well, but they atleast group the receivers into groups of 200 or 300 and send out multiple transactions. PBMining does not.

Here is the 10/19/2014 payout with ~1500 recipients

Here is the 10/26/2014 payout with ~2000 recipients

I'm currently not able to use my wallet AT ALL. I continue to get the "Bitcoin isn't responding. Do you want to close it?" error message. This has been getting progressively worse and worse the last month to the point that now, my wallet is essentially locked and unusable. I'm not even able to back it up to take the priv keys to another wallet.

Can anyone do something about this? Anyone have a good relationship with the owner to convince him to put a bit more effort into his payouts and make multiple transactions?
12  Economy / Invites & Accounts / Selling my PBMining account, 724Gh/s and growing, 1btc on: September 19, 2014, 02:26:33 AM
Hi all,

FYI - This is my first time posting a new thread to BCT, so I'm expecting to end up in an escrow service of some kind for the actual transaction. I have a long standing reddit history, as well as I am pretty active in various crypto groups on facebook and have been for some time now.

724.3Gh/s and growing, I've built up over 40 referral accounts to this one, 2 of which continuously reinvest, others are more sporadic.

At current PB prices, is 1.8BTC. If you're interested let me know, could use the help.

EDIT: Actually calculated the ROI on this, and wouldn't be for a year :/ (with avg diff rises). Changing the asking price to 1btc
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