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1021  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Free Bitcoin Websites That Actually Work on: January 27, 2013, 01:02:13 AM
How about Rugatu?

This seems like too much work. You have to answer peoples questions. ...

1022  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Free Bitcoin Websites That Actually Work on: January 27, 2013, 12:35:46 AM
How about Rugatu?
1023  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin Price will shoot up much higher if.... on: January 26, 2013, 11:19:51 PM
I don't get to see the whole video  Undecided  Loading issues half way through (1:02)

Edit: Seeing bitcoin is reported in so many places is quite nice.
1024  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: [BOUNTY 5BTC] Graphics for NEW Bitcoin Social Network on: January 26, 2013, 06:46:26 PM
Have you tried Rugatu yet? People are more willing to help you out if they can be sure of getting paid, so thanks to the escrow option on Rugatu you can have your design in no time.

Check out some previous works:

http://www.rugatu.com/questions/452/can-you-pimp-rugatus-logo

http://www.rugatu.com/questions/2327/logo-design-contest-fennec-internet-services

http://www.rugatu.com/questions/4079/need-a-logo-designed

http://www.rugatu.com/questions/4358/can-you-make-this-logo-better


Will be here if you have any questions about how it.
1025  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What I have learned about BTC in 4 months. on: January 26, 2013, 05:55:07 PM
Nice one @Bitconian  Cheesy

Btw, you learned how to get bitcoin tips? Because I don't see your address anywhere to send you some coins.

Thanks!  You can send any coins you want here:   1GEUEBTm6XfRuqAswrR6LbofnMq6VN5A5P

I still use that wallet, but now it's my old wallet. I got a new one, more secure, and more secret Wink

and if you send some....I will appreciate your gesture Smiley

And thanks every one. I'm glad you like the post. You all helped (and still helping) me so in thanks for that, I wanted to give something back to the community.

B.


There you go 07f1aac.... Visit me on Rugatu where I usually give out more coins for people that help out others.
1026  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Win 10 BTC: Guess the price on February 1st (no entry fee) on: January 26, 2013, 05:02:36 PM
$16.90/btc (source)
1027  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: I didn't think it was possible, but a website bugged resulting in FREE btc on: January 26, 2013, 04:53:33 PM
I withdrew the coins right away and the transaction did in fact go through, I made 5x my initial small amount out of nothing. I'm going to see if the site is still doing the same thing. If it is I'll make my fortune then let you guys know the name :p

You could get rewarded more than that if you report it to site owners, depending on their policies regarding service bugs.
1028  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What I have learned about BTC in 4 months. on: January 26, 2013, 01:07:10 PM
Nice one @Bitconian  Cheesy

Btw, you learned how to get bitcoin tips? Because I don't see your address anywhere to send you some coins.
1029  Local / Mercado y Economía / Re: [BETA] bitrecargas.com - Recarga de celulares con bitcoins (Argentina) on: January 25, 2013, 03:10:02 PM
ENHORABUENA!!

Sin duda alguna es un puntazo para el avance de Bitcoin!!

Por cierto, avisarme cdo hagáis recargas de móviles en España! Smiley

+1  Smiley

Para cuando en España?
1030  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-01-23 motherboard.vice.com - Ripple, a Peer-to-Peer Financing Network, Coul on: January 25, 2013, 02:49:58 PM
...

Ripple is just a way to keep track of all this. Most importantly, it keeps track of the relationships between pizza owner/employees/olive oil producer.

Or, maybe I'm 100% wrong. It is confusing.

Great, but this begs a question, where is all the accounting info kept?

its a p2p system, everyone holds the ledger, which is updated every few seconds


So it works like Bitcoin? Having a blockchain with all the transactions and stuff.

I don't know. From what I have gathered, it is a distributed database. Users would only need to hold their own data, but available to everyone upon demand. It wouldn't be a 'blockchain' with every transaction.

I understand.

Offering 250mBtc to the person that does research on Ripple

http://www.rugatu.com/questions/6452/what-is-ripple
1031  Economy / Services / Re: No Spec: Read this before doing services for free on: January 25, 2013, 02:39:18 PM
http://www.no-spec.com/faq/

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Why is spec work unethical?

The designer in essence works free of charge and with an often falsely advertised, overinflated promise for future employment; or is given other insufficient forms of compensation. Usually these glorified prizes or “carrots” appear tantalizing for creative communicators just starting out, ending with encouraging examples like “good for your portfolio” or “gain recognition.” The reality is that they often yield little extra work, profit or referrals. Moreover they often must sign a contract unwittingly waiving their valuable creative rights and ownership of their work to the ones promoting this system. A verbal agreement is ineffective in protecting the rights of the designer in a court of law. As a result the client/employer will often employ other designers using similar unprincipled tactics to change and/or resell the creative work as their own. This also promotes the practice of designers ridiculously undercharging themselves in the hopes of “outbidding” any potential rivals, devaluing both their skills and those of the graphics industry in the process. Promoting this method encourages some clients/employers to continue preying on uninformed creatives for menially valued labor.

Thanks for bringing it up again TF. I was looking for this a while back to warn people, and recommend them use services like Rugatu that can guarantee them getting paid, by holding the funds in "escrow" while the work is being done.
1032  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-01-23 motherboard.vice.com - Ripple, a Peer-to-Peer Financing Network, Coul on: January 25, 2013, 02:31:39 PM
...

Ripple is just a way to keep track of all this. Most importantly, it keeps track of the relationships between pizza owner/employees/olive oil producer.

Or, maybe I'm 100% wrong. It is confusing.

Great, but this begs a question, where is all the accounting info kept?

its a p2p system, everyone holds the ledger, which is updated every few seconds


So it works like Bitcoin? Having a blockchain with all the transactions and stuff.
1033  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-01-23 motherboard.vice.com - Ripple, a Peer-to-Peer Financing Network, Coul on: January 25, 2013, 02:22:48 PM
...

Ripple is just a way to keep track of all this. Most importantly, it keeps track of the relationships between pizza owner/employees/olive oil producer.

Or, maybe I'm 100% wrong. It is confusing.

Great, but this begs a question, where is all the accounting info kept?
1034  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: [10 btc reward] protocol, wallet and client version mismatch errors on: January 25, 2013, 01:28:42 AM
...
Code:
Bitcoin: wallet.dat corrupt, salvage failed

...

First of all try running the wallet A with "-detachdb=1", as psy suggested, and then stop it so you have a consistent database file (wallet) before you copy it over.

If it doesn't work you can use the db4.8_dump and db4.8_load utilities to recover it completely. You may need to install db4.8-util package first.

Code:
db4.8_dump -p wallet.dat >wallet.txt

Import the purged dump again:

Code:
db4.8_load -f wallet.txt wallet.dat.new

Replace wallet.dat with wallet.dat.new, and start bitcoin.
1035  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: what happens if a net of bots start to create bitcoin addresses? on: January 25, 2013, 12:07:56 AM
Funny how it comes up from time to time, so I look around for that thread...

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=104461.0
1036  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: Presentación de Bitcoin en Madrid 23 de Febrero. on: January 24, 2013, 09:59:30 PM
Cuenta conmigo Flix, y lo mismo que wuala, a que hora?
1037  Other / Off-topic / Re: The Hulk (pissed mode) or Superman on: January 24, 2013, 09:45:43 PM
who would win?

Hmm, good question... let's see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbizTBYs-rQ
1038  Local / Mercado y Economía / Re: Boletín de Análisis Técnico on: January 24, 2013, 08:17:32 PM
la bajada de la q les he estado hablando hace ya varios meses acaba de comenzar. Les mantendré informados.


Buen, que le vamos hacer, por lo menos estabamos avisados hacer un par de meses...  Undecided
1039  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: Noticias Bitcoin - prensa y paginas de blog on: January 24, 2013, 07:59:21 PM
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Casinos que manejan Bitcoin como moneda facturan ganancias de un millón de dólares

Bitcoin es la “moneda virtual” más utilizada a nivel mundial, haciendo uso de un complejo sistema de encriptado que entrega confiabilidad y estabilidad al mundo de esta nueva divisa, cuyo intercambio se produce a través de la red y que si bien no compite a la altura del dólar o el euro, está revelándose de gran utilidad para...

Juan Pablo Oyanedel hace 1 día

http://www.fayerwayer.com/2013/01/casinos-que-manejan-bitcoin-como-moneda-facturan-ganancias-de-un-millon-de-dolares/
1040  Local / Esquina Libre / Aprendiendo de la historia... on: January 24, 2013, 07:58:14 PM
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«La principal lección de la historia es que los hombres no aprenden las lecciones de la historia» (Aldous Huxley).

En el siglo tercero después de Cristo el mundo sufrió un cambio climático. Hasta entonces el imperio Romano había disfrutado de un clima estable, cálido y húmedo, que incluso permitía el cultivo de la vid en Inglaterra, pero entre el año 200 y el 300 el clima se hizo más frío y seco, probablemente debido a...

http://cicloinversor.com/index.php/aprendiendo-de-la-historia/
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