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August 28, 2015, 08:57:17 PM
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 Hey there, I've always maintained notepad/Google Drive databases for various topics, & some of them I've poured hundreds of hours into researching/compiling data & notes.

 One of them in particular contains over 1000 movies & tv series of note - Minimum ~5/10 for motion pictures, ~6.8/10 for tv series. The database favors sci-fi, historical, fantasy, thrillers, & drama's over comedy, biographies/documentaries (very few) & musicals/sports-related (practically none). They range from the 1950's to 2015, though pre-2000 entries are sparse. Most are Hollywood/American mainstream fare of course, though there's quite a lot of arthouse/indie films in there, from both the americas, asia, & europe. The file also contains data concerning noteworthy writers, directors, and of course interesting actors/actresses.

 Now I happen to be unemployed atm, and rather poor (a little under 0.1 BTC net total..)  So I was thinking, if I could share this database with you & perhaps even edit it up into a much more easily digestible format, and you'd find it useful, then perhaps I could get tipped a small token (say 0.002 BTC) and thus we'd both benefit..?  What d'you think Wink


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August 28, 2015, 09:52:27 PM
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 As an aside, I should mention the very old (by internet standards xD) site that might've inspired McCaleb when he initially thought of creating a '{M}agic {t}he {G}athering {O}nline e{X}change ;p  ..and instead ended up creating the platform for a bitcoin exchange which he then sold to the notorious Mark Karpeles -> The Hollywood Stock Exchange! - Where users get to buy & sell virtual 'tokens' whose market prices are based on the box-office success and/or expected returns from movies, celebrities, tv series, etc.

 The site's 'virtual moviestock market game' denominates users' account balances in 'Hollywood Bucks' so it's all just for fun/'trading & chart pattern recognition practice', but makes one wonder how in the hell they haven't turned up an option already to allow successful users to convert all that fake money into withdrawable fiat or better yet into a cryptocurrency - perhaps requiring a bitcoin or litecoin/etc. deposit each time ;p

 The answer to that puzzle might well lie in what happened to InTrade as well as the SEC, CFTC & FinCEN's various rulings concerning virtual commodity or digital 'currency/stock tokens' ;/

 Can anyone think of a loophole HSX could potentially use to let people trade on its virtual stock market & be able to withdraw profits as fiat or as a given cryptocurrency..?

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August 28, 2015, 10:23:18 PM
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I think this probably needs to be in the Services subforum.

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August 28, 2015, 11:15:37 PM
Last edit: August 29, 2015, 03:21:25 PM by Venusianism
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I think this probably needs to be in the Services subforum.

 It actually doesn't need to be in 'Services' given this wasn't about selling a list for BTC, this was about sharing something I put good amount of time in, and maybe collaborate on jointly via public Google Drive link, then if useful to others, they could tip a little, was just a thought.

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