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2421  Economy / Gambling / Re: Bitcoin Poker Room on: April 09, 2011, 06:23:43 AM
removed hash tags =)

My search feed naturally detect any bitcoin related thing. It's still polluting the twitter stream. Perhaps you should limit it to a day summary or something.
2422  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Crowdfunding 1200 BTC (200 BTC pledged) for Automata RTS Game on: April 09, 2011, 06:02:32 AM
I realized that I need alpha tester to provide me quality data about the game. I also saw an opportunity to reorder the reward level to make it fit and how much.
I'll raise mine to 10 BTC then. Now stop using the foot in door trick.

Thank you for increasing your pledge!
2423  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Gimp Letter Writing Campaign on: April 09, 2011, 05:34:20 AM
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Dear the GIMP team,

The community using Bitcoin (an open-source P2P cryptocurrency) appreciate your great open-source image editing software and the effort of volunteer programmers to making it better.

Several members of our community have offered to donate to your foundation, with x bitcoins pledged so far.  If you'd like to receive pledged and future donations, the GIMP team would need to create and publish a Bitcoin address using a local client, or use an online service such as mybitcoin.com. If you are interested but are having problems setting things up, please don't hesitate to ask us for help.

Warmest regards,

Bitcoin community.

I think this is a good letter. The fund is 618 BTC and that should be a good amount of money.

I am sending it to fundraising@gnome.org

If it goes well, than I don't have to think about this damn fund anymore.

P.S.

Also, I linked Bitcoin for them to click on.
2424  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Bitcoin2Cash.com - Cash-Only Marketplace on: April 09, 2011, 05:22:27 AM

As a side note: does anyone know what happened to BitPredict (Bitcoin Prediction Market)?

It didn't went anywhere. The owner I was working with is inactive. In any case, I should talk to him about the project and how to proceed.(I got paid a long time ago but I should be responsible for what I produced even if he gave me no deadline and no discipline)

The project is open source and I don't give up very easily. Eventually, I will return to the project.

P.S. For those who are worried about my ability to complete the Automata RTS project, I will have a completed project soon(http://jstet.kibabase.com/jstet.html for those who's interested) that demonstrate my ability to complete projects despite no discipline and deadline. I will deliver a roadmap that will details what I want to complete, though I don't know how long the project will take to mature to beta and that will be my deadline. Blogging about my progress each day will be my discipline.
2425  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Crowdfunding 1200 BTC (200 BTC pledged) for Automata RTS Game on: April 09, 2011, 04:51:52 AM
I'm throwing in 10BTC.
I'll also give you 100BTC when it's done.
Done means you can put it in a box at supertarget next to world of goo.


I guess that mean you're only going to give me 10 BTC.

100 BTC is like several years later. I mean, it takes Angry Bird 9 years to be an overnight success.
2426  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Crowdfunding 1200 BTC (200 BTC pledged) for Automata RTS Game on: April 09, 2011, 04:15:25 AM
I realized that I need alpha tester to provide me quality data about the game. I also saw an opportunity to reorder the reward level to make it fit and how much.
2427  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: weird idea: a bitcoin game on: April 09, 2011, 04:11:29 AM
while thinking about kibas plan to make a game funded by bitcoins
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5465.0


Aww, you didn't even pledge 5 btc for my project?  Cry
2428  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Bitcoin Podcast - Episode 2, 4/8/2011 on: April 09, 2011, 03:38:12 AM
Thanks for mentioning my game! Cheesy
2429  Economy / Gambling / Re: Bitcoin Poker Room on: April 09, 2011, 02:34:44 AM
Hippich: your twitter message are annoying and polluting the twitter stream for #bitcoin.

I don't need to know how many players are in your poker room every time it change.
2430  Other / Off-topic / Re: My doubts about anarchy on: April 09, 2011, 01:28:01 AM
Sorry... anarchism is plain non-sense. There's nothing to understand because other than break public stuff and join protests to unleash violence, anarchists themselves can't understand or even conceive in practice their own theories. Are just a sort of political hooligans...

I disapprove of joining protests to unleash violence for the sake of "smashing capitalism".
2431  Other / Off-topic / Re: My doubts about anarchy on: April 09, 2011, 01:24:44 AM

That link makes my head want to explode! Socialism is fine as long as it's voluntary. You're free to go live in a monastery, hippie commune or what have you, but as soon as you start redistributing property by force, you're being immoral. I also find it hard to fathom how anyone could think that voluntary trade is ever exploitative. If I trade you a loaf of bread for a fish, obviously you value the bread more than the fish and I value the fish more than the bread. If not, why would we voluntarily trade? By trading, we each come away with something we find more valuable than we had originally. We are both better off. How is that exploitative? It's not.

I asked the same question of FatherMcGruder. Still don't understand it to this day.
2432  Economy / Economics / Re: When People loose their wallet, do Bitcoins get lost forever ? on: April 09, 2011, 12:33:56 AM
2. I tried to transfer today 0,00000001 Bitcoin from my Bitcoin Client on the Mac to MyBitcoin.com but it only takes minimum 0.01 BC, reverse the same when trying to transfer from MyBitcoin.com account to my BC Client > "Payment amount is too small for a Bitcoin P2P payment! Try a BC0.01 or higher!"  So where are actually the promised 6 more digits after the comma ?

Bitcoin miners does not accept such transaction without a fee but the technology is there. In the future, bitcoin will be worth more and it will be necessary to use such precision.
2433  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Daily Bitcoin 4/8/11 on: April 08, 2011, 08:04:12 PM

Doesn't really make sense to me, as I save money, there aren't more people that want my money.  However, if I spend my money, merchants are able to use that capital to purchase more goods and offer more services.  Unspent noninvested money is bad for any economy.

Remind me of the broken window fallacy.
2434  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Crowdfunding 1200 BTC (200 BTC pledged) for Automata RTS Game on: April 08, 2011, 07:00:50 PM
I pledge BTC 50

Thanks for the pledge! Now I reached 16.67 percent of my goal.
2435  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Crowdfunding 1200 BTC (150 BTC pledged) for Automata RTS Game on: April 08, 2011, 04:19:00 PM
Bumpy bump.

I talked to a lot of people. There's lot of reason why they don't want to fund my project. It ranges from disinterest, being broke, not enough time to analyze, and don't wanna fund the competition.

Still, I am going to be a stubborn about it! There gottach be enough people in this community to fund my project. I just need to get the words out.
2436  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Android Bitcoin Client Bounty (1740 BTC pledged) on: April 08, 2011, 03:25:06 PM
Any news on this? The thread must be revived!

I also pledge minimum 20 BTC for a functional lightweight android client, but I might donate more if I like it and it turns out being actually used by other people, so I can exchange money with them wherever I am without juggling change. Smiley

Please continue this, I think it's quite important for BitCoin to have a portable version that's easy to use -- otherwise it's not much of a wallet.

And so the prize tag of the bounty had increased.
2437  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Bitcoin Weekly Comes Alive on: April 08, 2011, 10:40:01 AM
Articles are now sorted by newest create date to old.
2438  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Used Bitcoin for a while, decided to register on: April 08, 2011, 10:25:36 AM
It's a 'specialty' business and not one I feel comfortable discussing publicly. :-)

P0rn?
2439  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Used Bitcoin for a while, decided to register on: April 08, 2011, 10:18:46 AM
What is this business of your?
2440  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Bitcoin Weekly Comes Alive on: April 08, 2011, 10:06:33 AM
New article up:

http://bitcoinweekly.com/articles/ron-paul-s-free-competition-in-currency-act
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