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June 01, 2011, 11:54:39 PM
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Interested in a bitcoin funded kickstarter like clone for disruptive direct actions. For example, crowdsourced bounties could be offered (10 bitcoin to each person that drops a banner that says "XXX" off a major highway overpass and gets it on the news) or people could offer actions to bidders (Fund my project for 1000 bitcoins and I will hack into this major corporate website and put your message there) Sky is the limit. Do people remember the old rtmark site?

http://www.rtmark.com/projectlist.html

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directactionproject at hushmail.com
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I like the idea.
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