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March 15, 2013, 03:36:36 AM
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https://btcjam.com/listings/2497

I am looking for startup capital to open my own webhosting company. The BTC will be spent on hardware and I can handle everything else. I have worked in this industry for a long time and have customers ready to go once I have things up and running. This is a guaranteed profit for you because I know the money to repay it is coming in (and I work anyway so I can pay it back myself should everything crash and burn [it wont']).

I will almost positively be paying this back before the 60 days is up but I'd rather not be late if there are any complications (there should not be).

So whatever you feel comfortable pitching in throw it in the ring and let's start making money. Profit sharing will be offered to the investors of this pass for the next round when I look to expand my hardware again.

Help me change my life and possibly change yours as well. I know what I'm doing and I've put a lot of effort into researching/learning my field. Time to stack those bitcoins to the ceiling!

***I WILL NOT ONLY BE ACCEPTING BITCOINS AS A FORM OF PAYMENT FOR MY HOSTING BUT I WILL BE OFFERING DISCOUNTS FOR THOSE PAYING IN BTC AS REWARD TO THE COMMUNITY FOR HELPING ME LAUNCH THE PROJECT AND TO ENCOURAGE NEW COMERS TO GET ON BOARD THE BITCOIN TRAIN***

You can see that I have two loans open for investors and that is because I have two businesses that I am looking to launch. I am capable of running them as a one man operation for quite awhile/through a lot of growth and will be well within the needed revenue stream to hire help by the time I need it. I have sent in both ID and Address verification to BTCjam just waiting on them to authenticate it. I am already paypal (2+ years verified), phone, and facebook verified. 

What are you waiting for? Let's build the next big thing in webhosting together!

***I am happy to answer any questions so long as they aren't specific to the niche I'm carving as I don't want to create competition for myself just yet!***

edit: To sweeten the deal I will offer an "Investor Package" to people who invest. It won't be a giant hosting account but it will be full featured with cpanel and all and will grow over time/be eligible for upgraded space/bandwidth on future rounds of investing.

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March 15, 2013, 04:04:09 AM
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No interest? I decided to skip the whole confidence loan thing and get right to the point I hope someone will decide to take a chance. I announced my intention of looking to the BTCT community for capital as soon as I signed up here as vendors I work with taking BTC brought me here in the first place. I am not going anywhere and it would cost me money to steal the initial investment I am asking for as there will be plenty of time to make money legitimately and I will likely be turning to this community for help funding my expansions.

I have not pulled ideas out of my ass and decided to gamble someone elses money. I know what I'm doing and will be successful if I can just get the bump I  need in the financial department. I do work full time at one job and part time at another but I have a fiance and a 5 and 6 year old so I rarely have extra money (especially in the level I need it).

I am not playing around here and am ready to put my knowledge, experience, know how, and innate talents to work. Someone take a shot on me and you will not be disappointed. If I had a way to gain your trust I would do so but unfortunately it's this or try for reputation loans (which I don't see the point in). I post when I have something to say and that isn't super often so I don't post that much. I'm here to do business and help expand the BTC concept to more people and I know you all want that as well. More than monetary gain I can offer you the best kind of advertising for bitcoin...establishing a legitimate business in a booming industry with massive consumer exposure and make it beneficial to use BTC to pay me over CC, DC, or Cash.

All but the credit verifications will be up on BTCjam by tomorrow based on the "within one day" thing it has when uploading. Don't let the lack of that stop you from considering or discussing this with me if you might be interested as that will be resolved soon enough.

Please think it over and then after you've though it over be the push that gets it all started. Thanks.

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March 15, 2013, 05:16:52 AM
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Aren't you asking for loans for that Kratom leaf business couple weeks ago? Now web hosting?

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March 15, 2013, 05:22:32 AM
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Aren't you asking for loans for that Kratom leaf business couple weeks ago? Now web hosting?
Just a couple of days ago and I have two separate requests going as I plan to do both. I don't know which people would be more interested in for the initial leap of taking a shot on loaning me coins.

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March 15, 2013, 05:43:03 AM
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When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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What's this? The scammer thing? If anyone decides to take a shot you'll see that isn't the case. I'm a businessman. I'm jumping through every hoop you guys want to establish security on the loan. Are there things I have left out?

I have provided information on exactly how the Kratom business will turn a profit (and a hefty one quickly) and I am open to discussing any details of this business that don't give away my strategy for cutting out a niche in the market.

edit: To clarify why I am going for two things I work in the webhosting industry for my professional life (at two jobs one more server/code/security etc focused and one more network focused) and I have come to know about the kratom market through recreational use/doing a lot of intensive research over a few years (literally, years). They are two separate things but due to the nature of each business I can manage both at once without much trouble.

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March 15, 2013, 06:53:19 AM
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Introduce yourself:

"I am just a guy who has heard about this product and am looking to get in on the action."

Second post on free bitcoin lotto:

"Thanks a bunch. I did them all let's see if/when they pay me. I'm trying to get a small fund going to get my investment project going."

Wants to start up an investment business in his 3rd post.

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March 15, 2013, 06:58:53 AM
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Introduce yourself:

"I am just a guy who has heard about this product and am looking to get in on the action."

Second post on free bitcoin lotto:

"Thanks a bunch. I did them all let's see if/when they pay me. I'm trying to get a small fund going to get my investment project going."

Wants to start up an investment business in his 3rd post.

Sorry, but I'll pass, and please don't bother typing a response to this thread.
I don't see what's bad about announcing my intentions from the get go? I came here because I thought we'd be a good match for each other. I have ideas and the ability to implement them with the right financing and you guys have financing. What's the issue?

I think you're misunderstanding my post. I did not mean an "Investment Business" I meant businesses people could invest in...you know...like the two we're discussing. If you don't trust me that's obviously fine but I do want to clarify my wording and intent.

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March 15, 2013, 03:46:27 PM
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How much of your own money have you put into this project, and what share of the company do we get?

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March 15, 2013, 04:04:16 PM
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https://btcjam.com/listings/2497
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This is a guaranteed profit for you...
Careful, that could be the basis of a claim against you should things go wrong. You are guaranteeing profit?

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March 15, 2013, 04:13:01 PM
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https://btcjam.com/listings/2497
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This is a guaranteed profit for you...
Careful, that could be the basis of a claim against you should things go wrong. You are guaranteeing profit?

What is the guarantee? Words don't cut it.

When the subject of buying BTC with Paypal comes up, I often remember this: 

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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March 15, 2013, 05:12:30 PM
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https://btcjam.com/listings/2497
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This is a guaranteed profit for you...
Careful, that could be the basis of a claim against you should things go wrong. You are guaranteeing profit?

What is the guarantee? Words don't cut it.
Your honor, I would like the defendant to read the part of his post where he says "this is a guaranteed profit for you". My client acted on this guarantee and lost his money. Luckily he will have not only his money returned, but some profit.

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That's very clever Grin

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March 15, 2013, 06:18:22 PM
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Figured you'd get a kick out of that. It is different.  Cool

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March 15, 2013, 06:33:10 PM
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The profit would be the interest on the loan as I know that I can pay it back. I secure customers and some piece of the market before I ever put money in and that will cover what I'm borrowing.

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March 16, 2013, 11:59:32 PM
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web hosting was profitable back in mid 90's... not to much now when the big places are doing it so cheap.
Would of thought if you've been in the industry a long time you'd know that.
How much are you going to be charging for various services ?

also how is only ~$300 going to help you startup the business ? bit concerning if you don't even have $300 of your own at the moment.

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web hosting was profitable back in mid 90's... not to much now when the big places are doing it so cheap.
Would of thought if you've been in the industry a long time you'd know that.
How much are you going to be charging for various services ?

also how is only ~$300 going to help you startup the business ? bit concerning if you don't even have $300 of your own at the moment.
I am going to be focusing on a very specific group of people. I don't plan on being the next monolithic host. My experience has taught me that there are a few things a certain group of people would greatly appreciate from a host that nobody really offers (because they ARE trying to be the monolith and it isn't worth it to them). I don't want to go too much into things because the hosting space itself is not the primary draw of the business but the support that comes along with it. Know how developers do reselling just because it makes sense? It's going to be kind of like that but I will be using a dedicated server instead of  reseller account somewhere (because control of the server will be necessary).

Also conventional hosting is absolutely profitable still (absurdly profitable if done right actually but that isn't my aim, still though you should see some of the WHMCS invoices I've seen from resellers).

As for money I don't really have anything liquid at the moment. It's going to be a segmented progression and much money will be needed but not just to kick things off. I also don't really want to take out a ton of money in loans. I'd rather start as small as I can and then open the door for investment once I actually have something for people to invest in as that is greatly preferable to paying tons of interest when I could be building partners instead. At this point it may be better if I just work on getting the Kratom thing going and then put those profits into this as I don't need that much as a jumping off point. This will also give the community a chance to see how a loan to me plays out (when/if the kratom thing comes through) and how well I manage a business.

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March 20, 2013, 12:43:20 PM
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So you already work and want to start doing the Kraton Thing and web hosting, sounds like you will be over stretched.

And what hardware are you hoping to buy with $300 an intel celeron 1RU like mtgox?

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March 20, 2013, 04:33:32 PM
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So you already work and want to start doing the Kraton Thing and web hosting, sounds like you will be over stretched.
Not really. The hosting thing + working is going to up the stress level but I already work two jobs and I could quit one of them to do this. The kratom thing is going to be easy enough I seriously have the ready to damn near run itself. I can truthfully understand people being iffy on the webhosting thing but I thought I'd give it a shot. Selling Kratom however IS going to make me a lot of money it's just that I can start it sooner with help.

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And what hardware are you hoping to buy with $300 an intel celeron 1RU like mtgox?
I'm going to start out leasing a server (I am going to put some of my own money into this as well) and buy my own once I have raised enough profit. I don't really need to own my own starting out for it to be successful.

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