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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Most profitable CPU mining coins in 2019? on: February 02, 2019, 11:02:24 PM
If you're making $300/month with Monero why look for another one? it's already enough and good profit tbh. You don't have to look for another coin to mine through CPU. But if you want to look for those mineable coins through CPU. How about looking at these?
[CryptoNight] CPU mining guide & coins that will get you a return

Why not look for another one?
Who doesn't want more money for the same work?

Thanks for the link.
First coin on the list would increase my earnings 10x based on a quick calculation, need to research more.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Most profitable CPU mining coins in 2019? on: February 02, 2019, 07:48:32 PM
I have some servers I use for file hosting service.
File hosting is just disk and network so the CPU's are mostly idle so I can mine on them at low priority and its free since I am already paying for the servers, $300 was what I calculated based on hash rate of one server x no. of servers, but when I check in November it would have been $1000+.

I just wonder if there is another coin that would earn more?
Sure I can install a bunch of them and get the hash rate but I figured someone here would know.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Most profitable CPU mining coins in 2019? on: February 02, 2019, 11:49:54 AM
I had a profitable plan to mine monero on CPU which collapsed with the price drop at the end of the year.

The various comparison sites I found are unclear because I don't know what my hash rate for any particular coin is until I install it.

Does anyone know which is the best in 2019?
If monero gives me $300/month is there another coin that will in earn me more on the same hardware?
4  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Ideas for bitcoin sites that are needed? on: August 09, 2018, 08:55:47 PM
What about something with Amazon

Basically, people could buy anything from Amazon but within your site. Not sure how to implement the idea. Maybe using services like BitPay.
You could make a clone from Amazon website, people buy items (delivered by Amazon) and pay in cryptos. The coins are converted to fiat automatically (with Bitpay or any other) and your Amazon account is automatically topped up with a bank account (the one you used to receive BitPay payments)

I believe this has already been done in the past. I don't think you have to go as far as making a clone. Websites in the past just simply had a input where you could enter in the URL of the item, and it would open up a ticket for you to purchase the item on the customers behalf.

Be sure to have a large amount of funds available for early customers, unless you plan on converting the BTC to USD automatically, and making the purchase that way. You would have to profit off the spread.

Do you guys really think this is a viable business idea?
While there is no other sites like it that I can find, there are sites selling amazon gift vouchers for bitcoin.
From looking at it from the point of view as if i was the buyer, I would probably be more inclined to buy the gift card and make my order myself on amazon then to order it through a 3rd party.

Also, I'm not sure how amazon would react to me making many purchases all to be shipped to different addresses. Wouldn't they view this as suspicious?
5  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Ideas for bitcoin sites that are needed? on: August 09, 2018, 08:12:32 PM
What about something with Amazon

Basically, people could buy anything from Amazon but within your site. Not sure how to implement the idea. Maybe using services like BitPay.
You could make a clone from Amazon website, people buy items (delivered by Amazon) and pay in cryptos. The coins are converted to fiat automatically (with Bitpay or any other) and your Amazon account is automatically topped up with a bank account (the one you used to receive BitPay payments)

I thought to do exactly this.
And as far as I remember amazon actually have a white label service and an API.
But upon further research I seen newegg and others already accept bitcoin directly.

I am good at making sites but not good at marketing I don't want to enter a market that is saturated.
I want to produce something unique that is useful and to be the best.
6  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: WeSellFiles - a pay per download file market. Earn bitcoin by selling your data! on: August 08, 2018, 11:07:06 PM
Hi, I have limited the upload to .zip files because I noticed that f.e. mp3 files will, sometimes, depending on the browser, get played directly inside the browser window wich makes it difficult to ensure that the file was actually downloaded by the user and not just cashed in the browser. It's there to reduce the risk for the user.

Modify your server configuration so it adds this header for all downloads and it will always popup the download file window for all files the same as it does for zip.

Content-Disposition: attachment
7  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Ideas for bitcoin sites that are needed? on: August 08, 2018, 08:12:33 PM
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I could easily make an exchange but there are so many already.

Then why not make a better one Wink

Better how?
What can I do that would be better?
I use a few exchanges already and I don't really see anything I could improve on.
I don't really want to make a clone.
8  Bitcoin / Project Development / Ideas for bitcoin sites that are needed? on: August 08, 2018, 08:03:41 PM
I am a very experienced web developer, programmer and server administrator.
I can build any site completely by myself.
In the past I have built many highly complex sites.

I am looking for ideas on bitcoin based businesses, things people want to buy with bitcoin but cannot do easily.
I could easily make an exchange but there are so many already.
The other ideas I had like to book flights or online store other people have already done this.

If anyone has any ideas then let me know.
9  Economy / Exchanges / Where to buy virtual visa card with BTC? on: July 23, 2018, 08:43:22 PM
Can someone tell me a currently working service where I can buy a virtual visa or MasterCard with bitcoins?
I don't want a physical card or to have to provide ID documents.
Low value card (100-500 euro) is OK.
The card can be in any country or currency as long as it works worldwide.

I have googled this and I signed up to 3 sites already and they advertised they offer it but after I login they say it is unavailable so please only tell me sites you know 100% are currently working.

I know I can get a card from entropay as I used them before, but how can I buy entropay with BTC?

Thank you.
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