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August 01, 2011, 12:46:42 PM
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I wouldn't go so far as to say no one uses cash here, but I will agree that the banking system is generally pretty good.

Post edited. I mispoke. We use cards quite a lot more than bank transfers. Just wanted to make it clear that unless you're shopping on the street, cash is not necessary. Also, since the banks will give you a debit card minutes after setting up an account, there is no real need to worry.

Yeah, cards are the method of choice for most for sure. With the vast array of loyalty programs out there it's hard not to.

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October 30, 2011, 04:14:48 AM
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are there any good and proper exchanges dealing in KRW yet?

i note that mtgox and tradehill still don't.
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December 13, 2011, 03:55:12 PM
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I own www.bitcoin.co.kr

If anyone is interested in translating bitcoin.org into Korean and putting it online,  please contact me at roger@memorydealers.com

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December 24, 2011, 05:36:46 PM
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Hi,

Would anyone here be interested in translating MultiBit into Korean ?
We have most of the European languages translated, Russian, Hindi and mainland Chinese but no Korean yet.

If you are interested we have set Korean up on our translation website - http://translate.multibit.org

It takes about an evening to translate the source text.
Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Jim

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December 24, 2011, 11:11:11 PM
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I own the domain name bitcoin.co.kr

Is anyone interested in helping me translate bitcoin.org into Korean?
I will pay for all the web hosting and every other expense.

Koreans should love Bitcoin once they find out about it.


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December 25, 2011, 06:02:19 PM
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Koreans should love Bitcoin once they find out about it.

You mean once there's a viable smartphone client?

I've recently been to Korea. The smartphone-affinity of the local populous is amazing!

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January 03, 2012, 02:56:29 PM
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Ok, so how the hell do I enter Hangul in Chrome or Firefox?  The few times I've needed to write Hangul, I just cut and paste the characters I want, so it takes my like a month to "type" out a paragraph. Back in the DOS days, I had a hangul word processor, but it was tedious to enter on a QWERTY keyboard (two keys per usually), so what's the modern method of data entry in hangul?

If you're searching these lines for a point, you've probably missed it.  There was never anything there in the first place.
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January 03, 2012, 03:31:14 PM
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Hmm, seems to be under Control Panel > Region and Language > Keyboards and Languages for me.

Now to figure out what keys correspond to what characters.

감사합니다!

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January 03, 2012, 04:13:47 PM
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또 물어볼께 있으면 꼭 말해줘~

나비랩스 어떻게됬죠?

Ok, so it takes me forever to type in hangul, jeez. I need a hangul keyboard.  

Nothing yet has happened with BFL, still waiting on the first shipments.  The first "live" demo I did went fairly well, but waiting on some production units.  I gave them a number of suggestions to increase their hashrate and lower power consumption; they went back to the drawing board on the power distribution system and also on how they handle getwork requests.  I think they are going to be about 250 - 300% over initial power estimates (60w - 70w instead of 20w) and somewhere right around their target hashrate.  The demo unit I saw was around 800 MH/s, down about 20% from their target, but they had a LOT of inefficiencies in the debug code that could be rectified fairly easily.

My decidedly unqualified opinion is that it's going to be the best FPGA solution on the market, assuming they start shipping in the next week or two like they plan, for at least a few months if not upwards of into a half year at least.  At the very least, it will be the most polished and best looking solution at a competitive hashrate and price.

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January 04, 2012, 12:02:36 AM
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Sounds good to me.  Hopefully something will come out of BFL soon!  Seriously contemplating a rig box.

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January 15, 2012, 07:28:23 PM
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Hello Korean speakers,

I have been thinking this weekend about the best font to use for the Base58 bitcoin addresses.   They are particularly ugly things to show on a user interface, no doubt about it.

I realised that writing the Base58 symbols in a latin font is neither aesthetically pleasing nor easy to pronounce. Try pronouncing:

1AhN6rPdrMuKBGFDKR1k9A8SCLYaNgXhty


I have an idea that it would be possible to represent the 58 letters used in Base58 in a custom font which looks like a simplified Hangul.   I wanted to ask your advice.

Imagine you use a cutdown version of the Korean alphabet using the :
   + first 8 consonants
   + first 8 vowels (6 vowels + , say, the first 2 iotised)

This means you can represent 3 bits + 3 bits = 6 bits of codepoints in each consonant + vowel combination.
This is 2^6 = 64 codepoints so we can represent all the Base58 letters.

In Hangul, this would be using just diglyphs rather than the more usual triglyphs. They would be:

1) Inital consonant (one of the eight)
followed by
2) Medial vowel (one of the eight).

The consonant and vowel would combine in the usual Hangul way to create one symbol, which would be rendered using a custom font.

(There would be no finals)

Would this be legible to a native Korean ?
I am thinking that with the correct choice of consonants and vowels it would read like a 'Baby Korean'.

The point of all this is:

1) The Base58 would look really cool written in the simplified Hangul with diglyphs.
2) You can actually pronounce it !
3) You can have a custom font which just substitutes each of the current Base58 letters for a Hangul diglyph.

To make the representation easier to read I suggest we separate the diglyphs into groups of 4 with a space in between.  These 'words' would be then represent 4 * 6 = 24bits i.e. 3 bytes

A 34 character Base58 bitcoin address would then be written as 34 diglyphs and you would pronounce it, say:

ga nya du la   mi beo su li    gya no di lyeo
ma bi so ma    geo na deo li   mu ba seo so
na dya la ma   beo su la gi    nyeo ga

(This is probably a bit wrong - I am not sure which letters can be used as initials and which consonant-vowel combinations are valid.)

For non-Koreans they would probably just use shape recognition to see if an address was the same as on a website. As it is a only an applied font you could switch it on/off easily to show the latin characters. Just have a button to click to switch between the two.

If non-Koreans wanted to learn how to pronounce it, they would have to learn 8 consonants and 8 vowels - less than learning the Nato phonetic alphabet.

What do native Korean speakers think about this idea ?

:-)

Jim

Edit: cutting and pasting diglyphs from this thread, a 34 character Base58 address using the proposed coding would look vaguely like this:

이니다다   라기거가  이코고니  비트코애  터가아니  라도가니   다그래리  기니다서  카드

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January 15, 2012, 08:26:36 PM
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Yes - I think you are right.

Your English equivalent shows how difficult to remember the oversimplified text is.

Ah well - back to the drawing board!

:-)

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January 23, 2012, 12:27:42 AM
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happy new year Cheesy
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February 14, 2012, 08:11:11 PM
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happy new year Cheesy


Indeed! Stupid dragons blowing shit up.


Hey Mattew.
I'm Very Interesting in your business from korea though Im apparently noob at BitCoin.
I have some suggestions and questions about ur plan.
when u back, gimme PM

쌩큐 베리마치.
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March 14, 2012, 08:40:03 AM
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한국인이 있을려나요Huh

우리 같이 정보 공유해요~

안녕하세요.. 얼마전에 구글링 통해서 비트코인을 알게되서 조금씩 채굴하고 있는중입니다.

지역은 부산이구.. VGA카드는 GTX460쓰구 있구요.

ArsBitcoin과 MT.RED쪽 싸이트에서 채굴 돌리구 있습니다.

...궁금한게 한국에서는 BTC모으면 어떻게 환전을 하는게 알고 싶습니다.
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March 15, 2012, 12:06:06 AM
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한국인이 있을려나요Huh

우리 같이 정보 공유해요~

안녕하세요.. 얼마전에 구글링 통해서 비트코인을 알게되서 조금씩 채굴하고 있는중입니다.

지역은 부산이구.. VGA카드는 GTX460쓰구 있구요.

ArsBitcoin과 MT.RED쪽 싸이트에서 채굴 돌리구 있습니다.

...궁금한게 한국에서는 BTC모으면 어떻게 환전을 하는게 알고 싶습니다.

안녕하세요~ ^_^

저 한국인아니지만, 한국비트코인협화 직접운영하는 미국인 대표입니다.

GTX460가 GPU카드 이지만, 이제 일반GPU중에 재일비싼거안사시면 그냥 비트코인 돈으로 사는거 더 잘납니다.

직접 집에서 비트코인 만들고싶으면, BFL Bitforce Single아니면 다른 더 바른 FPGA (GPU 말고) 사서 쓰세요.

제가 BFL Bitforce Single 하나만 샀습니다. 하루 0.6BTC벌수있습니다.

그리고, 만약엔 비트코인 사고싶었으면, CryptoXChange.com가서 사도되고 팔아서 한국계좌까지 이체로 입금가능합니다.

저번에 제 CryptoXChange에서 200만원자리 비트코인 팔아서 저기 호주에서 제 우리은행계좌까지 20만원입금됬었습니다.

제가 한국인아니지만, 더 한국어 할줄아는분이 생겨서 행복해졌습니다.

반갑습니다!



좋은 정보 감사합니다.

Good Infomation..

Thank you!!
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March 16, 2012, 01:25:11 AM
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한국인이 있을려나요Huh

우리 같이 정보 공유해요~

안녕하세요.. 얼마전에 구글링 통해서 비트코인을 알게되서 조금씩 채굴하고 있는중입니다.

지역은 부산이구.. VGA카드는 GTX460쓰구 있구요.

ArsBitcoin과 MT.RED쪽 싸이트에서 채굴 돌리구 있습니다.

...궁금한게 한국에서는 BTC모으면 어떻게 환전을 하는게 알고 싶습니다.

안녕하세요~ ^_^

저 한국인아니지만, 한국비트코인협화 직접운영하는 미국인 대표입니다.

GTX460가 GPU카드 이지만, 이제 일반GPU중에 재일비싼거안사시면 그냥 비트코인 돈으로 사는거 더 잘납니다.

직접 집에서 비트코인 만들고싶으면, BFL Bitforce Single아니면 다른 더 바른 FPGA (GPU 말고) 사서 쓰세요.

제가 BFL Bitforce Single 하나만 샀습니다. 하루 0.6BTC벌수있습니다.

그리고, 만약엔 비트코인 사고싶었으면, CryptoXChange.com가서 사도되고 팔아서 한국계좌까지 이체로 입금가능합니다.

저번에 제 CryptoXChange에서 200만원자리 비트코인 팔아서 저기 호주에서 제 우리은행계좌까지 20만원입금됬었습니다.

제가 한국인아니지만, 더 한국어 할줄아는분이 생겨서 행복해졌습니다.

반갑습니다!



좋은 정보 감사합니다.

Good Infomation..

Thank you!!

저기..BFL Bitforce Single이란건 뭐고..그건 어디서 구입가능한건가요?

그리고 가격은 어느정도 합니까?
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April 19, 2012, 09:52:18 PM
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hey Matt.
seems u are very busy nowadays

plz check pm.
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August 04, 2012, 06:16:10 AM
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안녕하세요 해외에서 거주하는 한국인입니다.

제가 비트코인을 알게된 경로는 제가 컴퓨터 하드웨어 판매업에 종사하다가 알게됐구요.

지금은 그냥 취미로 모으고 있는데...어떻게 하면 비트코인을 payment로 받는 온라인 판매업체를 만들수 있을까 고민중입니다.

I've had few small tasks for translating English documents into Korean and vice versa. If you need any Bitcoin related document translate into Korean, please feel free to contact me and I will see if I can dedicate some time translate or assist in translation.
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