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1  Economy / Auctions / Bitcoinity hosting sponsoring on: May 07, 2013, 02:58:34 PM
I'm looking for a hosting sponsor for bitcoinity for a month.

Your company name will be visible under the page title in a form like this:

"Hosting sponsored by [COMPANY NAME]"

where [COMPANY NAME] is the name of your service linking to your site. Auction will last for exactly 5 days starting at the time this post was made.

Bids should be multiplications of 0.1 BTC. I reserve the right to exclude from auction any service that I don't find apropriate. Your post should include price, company name, and destination url, like this:

0.1 FooCompany

Site has currently ~100K visitors daily (depending on price fluctuation)
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / buying XRB for BTC on: March 01, 2013, 09:49:08 PM
PM me with your offer, I'll update/remove this post when I'm no more interested.\

I'm no more interested, thanks.
3  Economy / Trading Discussion / embeddable bitcoin price chart on: January 19, 2013, 10:09:59 PM
Few days back somebody was asking for some embeddable bitcoin charts (or so I dreamed, I can't seem to find the thread), so I've made a little something on bitcoinity.

Details here:

It looks something like this:

I'm happy to implement any interesting ideas and improvements. If you have bigger website and you want to make sure nothing will change after including it, I suggest waiting few days since I just wrote it.

Currently it's based on mtgox, I can make exchange param or maybe display something weighted.

PS. Due to health problems I may be responding very slowly, but I read all feedback carefully.
4  Economy / Trading Discussion / - live bitcoin price charts on: June 26, 2011, 09:40:19 PM
mtgox: (a bit laggy while their API is still not fully functional)

I just wanted to create some thread to collect feedback.
Ideas or problem reports are welcome.

Basically I just created it to have some live ticker on my unused 15" LCD (so it's kinda optimized for 1024x768 full screen), but since some poeple started using it, I'm developing it a bit more. More features coming soon.

5  Economy / Marketplace / Will buy 2x5970 shipped to europe for bitcoins on: April 13, 2011, 11:30:04 AM
More exactly to Poland. Please send me you offers here or in PM including shipping (ideally some fast one, UPS seems ok). I pay in bitcoins, before shipping. We may need some escrow if you are not a long term forum member.
6  Economy / Marketplace / bitcoin groupon on: March 21, 2011, 01:57:03 PM
I was inspired by this topic: and it is related, I just didn't want to make too much noise there.
What worries me a little it may end up a little spammy: "Damn those bitcoin mails again, last time we accepted them nobody wanted to buy anything for them"

So here's the deal. Let's do bitcoin groupon. If your favorite shop would accept bitcoins, what would you buy there? Post it there, let's create a list. If you wanted to buy something anyway, and you are not in a hurry with this, post here shop name + items and their prices (I was wondering if shop + sum of prices could be enough, but I'm afraid they may have different earnings on different items so they may be interested which items). Once we collect sum of items for given shop for some nice amount (I don't know maybe $100, maybe $500, maybe it will be like $1000 for XKCD tshirts Wink, (btw yes please give amounts in dollars)), mail can be send with with proposition of accepting bitcoins.

Then it's something like "There's this new payment method, and there are many people interested in using it on your site, and if you accept it, these people declared to make orders".

This should work great for accepting donations too. I'm not setting any threshold, let's see how it goes.

About shops. There's this part of implementing payment method on the shop site. We have mtgox and bitcoinme merchant APIs, but to be honest I don't think they are very good. At least in the part of being user-friendly for company that implements the payment (implementation in example languages, detailed documentations, test envs). I also think these shops need quick introduction along with easy implementation. It's not so easy to grasp quickly how bitcoin works and why can you trust it. I'm working on something on my own, but I wonder what do you think about it. Do we need a better and easier to implement payment implementation?

You can find current offers at:
7  Economy / Marketplace / Mtgox problems on: March 17, 2011, 10:32:23 AM
10 days ago I've sent 700 euro to mtgox account via bank transfer. It was after assurance from Mark Karpeles ( that bank account is correct and I can send money there. 10 days later my money is gone and there is completely no feedback from mtgox. I've send 4 e-mails there since then. I know this eu bank transfer usually takes one day to come. And my point is, even if it would not be there, I expect some kind of feedback within 10 days from somebody who is running something that I have to trust with my money. I'm very disappointed.
8  Bitcoin / Mining / Mining poll on: February 27, 2011, 08:32:37 PM
So, how do you mine?
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