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June 09, 2015, 05:07:40 AM
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My first bitcoin? Heh. I might start building my portfolio site then. And build a faucet too. It may be a gamble to build a faucet but I'll just look at my mistakes as lessons and move on.
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June 09, 2015, 05:57:21 AM
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Many will give (or not) you ideas regarding an online venture. It's always easier to start something where the bitcoin business never goes out of the computer realm. But you'll have a reduced target market, increased competition, and less chances to succeed.

Still, some real-world service or product demands you to link to the non-crypto economy, which requires clever business plans.

For one, I'd think it would be great to manufacture some specific items Bitcoin lovers would love having. Yeah, the btc T-shirt venue seems to be as commonplace as the jeans market in general. You know, every fine dinner at home I find myself wanting a nice BTC corkscrew... or... cork substitute to save the wine for later. BTC symbol and caption saying "Don't spend it all in one seat", it could say... which is wise advice for BTC and Wine. :-)

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June 09, 2015, 06:13:49 AM
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Many will give (or not) you ideas regarding an online venture. It's always easier to start something where the bitcoin business never goes out of the computer realm. But you'll have a reduced target market, increased competition, and less chances to succeed.

Still, some real-world service or product demands you to link to the non-crypto economy, which requires clever business plans.

For one, I'd think it would be great to manufacture some specific items Bitcoin lovers would love having. Yeah, the btc T-shirt venue seems to be as commonplace as the jeans market in general. You know, every fine dinner at home I find myself wanting a nice BTC corkscrew... or... cork substitute to save the wine for later. BTC symbol and caption saying "Don't spend it all in one seat", it could say... which is wise advice for BTC and Wine. :-)

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Well said. However, starting a Bitcoin related business out of the computer realm would be hard. It will require more than a Bitcoin to start. It might also require lot of investors too. Shipping etc will also need to be planned.

Anyway, if I have one Bitcoin. I would start a game which accept Bitcoin. A online game where players will be able to earn Bitcoin. I mean.. a digital world for Bitcoiners. Where they can buy things such as cars, houses etc.

Well, I believe I'm dreaming. It would require more than a Bitcoin to do.

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June 10, 2015, 03:43:58 AM
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Many will give (or not) you ideas regarding an online venture. It's always easier to start something where the bitcoin business never goes out of the computer realm. But you'll have a reduced target market, increased competition, and less chances to succeed.

Still, some real-world service or product demands you to link to the non-crypto economy, which requires clever business plans.

For one, I'd think it would be great to manufacture some specific items Bitcoin lovers would love having. Yeah, the btc T-shirt venue seems to be as commonplace as the jeans market in general. You know, every fine dinner at home I find myself wanting a nice BTC corkscrew... or... cork substitute to save the wine for later. BTC symbol and caption saying "Don't spend it all in one seat", it could say... which is wise advice for BTC and Wine. :-)

S.

Well said. However, starting a Bitcoin related business out of the computer realm would be hard. It will require more than a Bitcoin to start. It might also require lot of investors too. Shipping etc will also need to be planned.

Anyway, if I have one Bitcoin. I would start a game which accept Bitcoin. A online game where players will be able to earn Bitcoin. I mean.. a digital world for Bitcoiners. Where they can buy things such as cars, houses etc.

Well, I believe I'm dreaming. It would require more than a Bitcoin to do.

is the below similar and the start of online earnings through bitcoin and games

has anyone tried this, is it for real,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTanC4CIHog

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=866987.0




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June 11, 2015, 07:55:35 AM
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I saw a guy on this forum.He gives ideas for free! Grin

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