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October 23, 2010, 01:37:43 PM
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I found this site and thought it would be cool if the entire bitcoin ecosystem could be managed on one toolbar. http://www.conduit.com/

This could provide links for all the assorted bitcoin sites as well as updating exchange prices and allow searching of every bitcoin site from one box. Everyone who has the toolbar installed could be messaged when a new version is released as well as chat to each other. A download link could be added as well as the ability to launch bitcoin from your toolbar. Mybitcoin could be added or even an address book of favourite bitcoin addresses you collect like sticky notes.

Privacy and anonymizing tools could also be added for the paranoid.

Could someone run a bitcoin exchange using this? A business directory?

I know a lot of people dont like toolbars but the ability to have everything in one place in my browser would be attractive. Conduit also has 170 million users. A bitcoin app could also be created for the marketplace that performed similar functions...a desktop gadget for instance.

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March 12, 2018, 06:49:47 PM
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Why do you need this when you can just display your bookmarks within any browser as a toolbar? I have all of the sites that I use linked to bitcoin/crypto within one browser and all of the sites are up there ready for me to access in just a click.

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March 12, 2018, 07:31:33 PM
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Why do you need this when you can just display your bookmarks within any browser as a toolbar? I have all of the sites that I use linked to bitcoin/crypto within one browser and all of the sites are up there ready for me to access in just a click.
This thread was posted in 2010, browsers weren't that fancy and quick back then. Internet explorer 10 looked like this:

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March 13, 2018, 02:57:01 PM
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Why do you need this when you can just display your bookmarks within any browser as a toolbar? I have all of the sites that I use linked to bitcoin/crypto within one browser and all of the sites are up there ready for me to access in just a click.
This thread was posted in 2010, browsers weren't that fancy and quick back then.

Wow, I have no idea how I even saw this thread then, I didn't check the date and it was on the first page somehow so just assumed it was recent  Huh this all makes a lot more sense now.

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