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October 10, 2010, 03:10:26 PM
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Updated niche list for plant store and beer supply store.

No takers on any of these project yet.

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October 11, 2010, 06:28:35 AM
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I wouldn't call this niche but,

exchangers of some sort for widely accepted currency on each continent (at first) and then each country I think everyone would find useful. Border controls etc are where hawalaers get the biggest demand
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October 11, 2010, 07:31:29 AM
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I thought about filesharing service. I think about using S3 as hosting place and requesting payment each time someone wants download something and share these fees with person uploaded file.

If this this niche not taken yet, please, add me. I plan to start work on it after 17 Oct and hopefully get first beta within week or two.

Need to polish bitcoin poker room tho... =)))

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October 11, 2010, 02:07:32 PM
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I thought about filesharing service. I think about using S3 as hosting place and requesting payment each time someone wants download something and share these fees with person uploaded file.

If this this niche not taken yet, please, add me. I plan to start work on it after 17 Oct and hopefully get first beta within week or two.

Need to polish bitcoin poker room tho... =)))

Updated.

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November 11, 2010, 02:48:16 PM
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Added a pizza web order niche.

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November 16, 2010, 08:08:41 PM
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Added a new niche relating to learning.

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November 18, 2010, 08:01:07 AM
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I'm all for a vWorker/freelancer style site that pays bounties in bitcoin. This way, people can do some useful work for bitcoins, instead of complaining it is hard to get free money with mining.

It would need to be secure and have some kind of escrow system. So unlike posting requests on the forum, the worker has to be sure that he gets his reward. It also needs to include a reputation system of some kind.

I have extensive Python/C++ programming expertise, also with transactional and distributed systems, and I might be interested to do the coding for such a site. I would need someone to do the site design/layout/user friendliness stuff though Smiley


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November 18, 2010, 08:03:57 AM
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I'm all for a vWorker/freelancer style site that pays bounties in bitcoin. This way, people can do some useful work for bitcoins, instead of complaining it is hard to get free money with mining.

It would need to be secure and have some kind of escrow system. So unlike posting requests on the forum, the worker has to be sure that he gets his reward. It also needs to include a reputation system of some kind.

I have extensive Python/C++ programming expertise, also with transactional and distributed systems, and I might be interested to do the coding for such a site. I would need someone to do the site design/layout/user friendliness stuff though Smiley



Added your niche. Remember, I will pester people about their progress!

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November 18, 2010, 08:05:16 AM
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Added your niche. Remember, I will pester people about their progress!
Yeah I thought I'd post it here instead of hijacking the other thread Smiley

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November 18, 2010, 09:34:43 AM
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I'm all for a vWorker/freelancer style site that pays bounties in bitcoin. This way, people can do some useful work for bitcoins, instead of complaining it is hard to get free money with mining.

It would need to be secure and have some kind of escrow system. So unlike posting requests on the forum, the worker has to be sure that he gets his reward. It also needs to include a reputation system of some kind.

I have extensive Python/C++ programming expertise, also with transactional and distributed systems, and I might be interested to do the coding for such a site. I would need someone to do the site design/layout/user friendliness stuff though Smiley



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Sounds like a mission for Ruby on Rails/Django =)

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November 18, 2010, 12:14:55 PM
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A dating site that only accept bitcoin for dating.

this may be big.. but only if we are successful making bitcoins widespread enough, including women... by the way, what is the current gender split on bitcoin users / here in the forum? My guess is its 90% male..

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November 18, 2010, 12:24:00 PM
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I'm all for a vWorker/freelancer style site that pays bounties in bitcoin. This way, people can do some useful work for bitcoins, instead of complaining it is hard to get free money with mining.

It would need to be secure and have some kind of escrow system. So unlike posting requests on the forum, the worker has to be sure that he gets his reward. It also needs to include a reputation system of some kind.

I have extensive Python/C++ programming expertise, also with transactional and distributed systems, and I might be interested to do the coding for such a site. I would need someone to do the site design/layout/user friendliness stuff though Smiley

I could help with the design/layout.
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November 18, 2010, 12:46:48 PM
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My guess is its 90% male..

My guess is 100% male.
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November 18, 2010, 12:48:43 PM
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So,... should we create PINK or GLAMOURFUL looking bitcoins?

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November 18, 2010, 12:49:24 PM
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I could help with the design/layout.
Cool Smiley

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Make it easy to spend bitcoins and the women will come  Grin Would be good for the economy, though, we're all hoarders now Tongue

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November 18, 2010, 02:53:40 PM
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added dating site.

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November 18, 2010, 06:40:42 PM
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yeah!
next niche:
bitcoin shoe shopping!
and...
cosmetics
fragrances
womens designer clothes
Jewelery
beauty farms
male stripper home service
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November 19, 2010, 12:47:40 AM
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A dating site that only accept bitcoin for dating.

this may be big.. but only if we are successful making bitcoins widespread enough, including women... by the way, what is the current gender split on bitcoin users / here in the forum? My guess is its 90% male..

I thought of that awhile ago but with a twist. Bitcoin is the perfect tool for an agorist economy which attracts people who are liberty minded. This led me to think of a site which would target the liberty capital of the world which is New Hampshire and match people around the world who believe in those ideals online.

Most programmers and hackers lean libertarian so naturally they would have more in common with liberty minded people. Its a natural fit . Smiley

If someone wants to use this as the basis for a bitcoin dating site let me know. freestatedate.com was the domain I bought for the idea if you want to setup a site. I also have bitcoin.me and it would be cute to have a site called you.bitcoin.me where the only thing between you and me is bitcoin lol.


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November 23, 2010, 04:25:58 AM
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Added a niche relating to easy one-click encryption and warehousing service for bitcoin.

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November 25, 2010, 01:22:33 PM
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A dating site that only accept bitcoin for dating.

this may be big.. but only if we are successful making bitcoins widespread enough, including women... by the way, what is the current gender split on bitcoin users / here in the forum? My guess is its 90% male..

I thought of that awhile ago but with a twist. Bitcoin is the perfect tool for an agorist economy which attracts people who are liberty minded. This led me to think of a site which would target the liberty capital of the world which is New Hampshire and match people around the world who believe in those ideals online.

Most programmers and hackers lean libertarian so naturally they would have more in common with liberty minded people. Its a natural fit . Smiley

If someone wants to use this as the basis for a bitcoin dating site let me know. freestatedate.com was the domain I bought for the idea if you want to setup a site. I also have bitcoin.me and it would be cute to have a site called you.bitcoin.me where the only thing between you and me is bitcoin lol.





Great idea!
I am not sure that I can/want to do this alone, but I would be happy to cooperate with somebody on Free State Dating. Anybody interested?

By the way, I think one of the niche of such a dating site could be international dating, which leads to the question of immigration through marriage. Theoretically speaking, there could even arises an illegal (bitcoin) market for marriages of conveniance. But I don't like that. I think that bona-fide international dating is a good thing.
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