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1  Economy / Marketplace / 10% interest in royalties from 90 acre gas lease in active drilling area. on: December 31, 2013, 07:33:07 AM
This is the sale of 10% interest in royalties paid from a gas lease for the Marcellus Shale, Utica Shale, and all deeper formations. Want to Sell up to 5 each, 10% interest for 40BTC each. (So, if you want 20% interest, that would be 80BTC) Your interest in the royalties will be recorded on the deed in the name or business of your choice.

Lease is located in an area that is actively being drilled. The in-line processing facility has come on line and is active. The inline processing facility is scheduled to be quadrupled in size (e.g. they have the first of four processing lines completed).

The property has been assigned to a well pad and has had state mandated water tests conducted by the leasing company. The driller, Chesapeake, has been configuring well pads for 6 wells each in this area. But they've been going up to 8 wells each in a neighboring state.

For information:
Utica Shale description: http://geology.com/articles/utica-shale
Marcellus Shale description: http://geology.com/articles/marcellus-shale.shtml

2  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB BTC f2f cash in or near Pittsburgh Air Port on: June 02, 2012, 03:53:05 PM
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3  Other / Beginners & Help / Royalty Free BitCoin Logo / Artwork on: May 22, 2012, 06:47:53 AM
I'd like to use a bitcoin symbol on a book made only for sale in exchange for bitcoins.  This will be like a special edition book (with different binding, but interior is the same).

Is there any source for official bitcoin logos or graphics that are in the public domain and available for royalty free use on commercial products?

Thanks
4  Economy / Economics / Speculate about the year 2020 on: May 16, 2012, 07:28:26 AM
I'm working on a book that will be released in August.  The book is set in the US in the year 2020.  It's a humor/dystopia type book. (The movie Idiocracy is an example of the genre).  In the book, the USD still exists, but much of the population have moved over System D.  I'm specifically citing Bitcoins as the primary alternative currency and was thinking maybe you guys/gals could help me with some things:

[A] Have you guys thought about what it would be like in an environment where there is wide spread acceptance?  What are the "cool things" or "cool forms of trade" that bitcoins could enable?  I already have the tech basics down, like the square bar code, bitcoin logo in shop windows, etc.  I'm looking for funny / neat things that might be possible in an environment where the infrastructure as we know it today is going into a hole.  

One example:  Fuel prices are high, truckers are paid like crap so make extra money on the side by giving rides to travelers along their trips.  Truckers/travelers coordinate through a "travel app" and truckers take payment in bitcoins so it doesn't show up on their income (because the government has essentially forced everyone into electronic funds and made physical dollars/coins almost useless).

[ B ] What would you name a 0.001 bitcoin?  I was thinking a bitlette or maybe kilocoin? Any ideas from people who've been in this environment much longer would be appreciated.

[C] Is there any bitcoin based kickstarter type site out there?

Thanks for any help.  I appologize if this is in the wrong forum, but I'm trying to capture a more fully developed economy in the book (and hopefully with a bit of humor to it).



5  Other / Meta / Secure/Non-Secure Mixed Content Pop Ups (IE8) on: May 06, 2012, 03:34:01 AM
I'm getting these popups.  It seems they're comming because the internal avatars (e.g. mine is set to Bon Jovi) are served as http instead of https.  This is so annoying.  It is on every page.  I'd rather not lower the security configuration of my brower.  Can this be fixed on your side?  Or am I doing something wrong in IE?
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