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March 19, 2013, 02:46:14 AM

Hi there guys! I'm reasonably new to this amazing world that Bitcoin is all about, and I'm very excited about it. So much so, that I want to take part on this awesome project, and help to build an even more solid community. I've invested on a domain with the brandname "coinners", please, by all means, visit the TLD ".com".

I've set up a temporary page over there, so if you want to see what's coming, be sure to sign up, that would be already awesome! Thanks! :)

Now, with that said, I would like to have the community feedback. I have a few ideas on what to build there, but I would like to know what you guys think about it. Here are my views of good opportunities to help the Bitcoin community grow stronger:

1. A marketplace. Yes I know we already have BitMit, but I assume the more the merrier, right?
2. A Job board. Yes, I know of BitGigs, but again, the goal is to have more people get to know Bitcoins.
3. A blog. Just a regular blog talking about Bitcoin. Surely, open for anyone who wish to guest write.

So, what do you think? All comments on my thoughts—even if to say they are shitty ideas—are very much appreciated.

Oh, and if want to suggest an idea, and work with me on it, please PM me. Who knows, maybe we can create something awesome together.

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March 19, 2013, 03:03:23 AM

sounds cool, i dont know what we would like to see as a community, however bitmit is often outdated and i dont like the format soooo, that sounds cool c: if you are new and looking for BTC checkout my website in my signature

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