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Author Topic: Whitelist Requests (Want out of here?)  (Read 427589 times)
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March 31, 2013, 01:44:10 AM
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I'd like to be released from the new member restriction. I've used Bitcoin for a while now (over a year), have purchased products with it, evangelized it, and am currently working with several local businesses to implement Bitcoin payments. I'm not a lost newbie and would love to be able to fully participate in the community.

Skilled cross-platform software developer with experience developing for Linux, Windows, and Mac. Privacy and anonyminity consultant, human rights activist. Bitcoin gladly accepted for work. Send request for my PGP key.
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March 31, 2013, 02:44:17 AM
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too many limits, i have been here for long, comeon!!
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March 31, 2013, 04:19:36 AM
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Fifth post!
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March 31, 2013, 04:41:58 AM
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I'd like to be let in... But this is my 6th post, and I've logged in for ~5 hours, but it hasn't updated. What gives?
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March 31, 2013, 05:47:37 AM
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Hi,

I run www.litefaucet.com and would greatly enjoy being able to post in the alternative cryptos section.

I have mined for months and generally consider myself to be a good contributor for the community.

Thank you,
joe@litefaucet.com
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March 31, 2013, 06:05:32 AM
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I'm a programmer and I am building a WinRT networking API for communicating with nodes. I will hopefully be making a .Net framework API in the future as well. I'm a bit rusty on my C++, so I started using wireshark to build my C# library. I'm no stranger to sockets or asynchronous programming and I have been referencing this website quite often while writing the API. The project is still in it's infancy but I am currently exchanging several message types successfully. It is actually only a small part to a much larger project. Hopefully I get to finish it before I go to jail for counterfeiting Tongue

I'm also a Libertarian and have a deep understanding of fractional reserve banking, so as you can imagine I am a strong supporter of bitcoin.

This will be my 6th post, although I am not sure if I hit the 4 hours yet. Delay approval until tomorrow if I have not met the time constraint...

Thanks for your consideration.
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March 31, 2013, 06:07:43 AM
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I am the one who wants to be whitelisted.
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March 31, 2013, 06:51:25 AM
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I am a professional designer and developer
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March 31, 2013, 07:37:29 AM
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I like to join some discussions I am following
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March 31, 2013, 08:19:45 AM
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Now that I have also fulllfled the 4h limit could I get whtelisted so I can participate in topic 158246.20

thank you
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March 31, 2013, 08:35:03 AM
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I'd like to be whitelisted so I can use the auction forum. Thanks! Smiley
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March 31, 2013, 11:29:32 AM
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I'm currently having problems with my graphics drivers. Installing the 2.7 or 2.8 SDK gives me 'kdbsync.exe has stopped working errors'.
So basically I can't mine Litecoins with my GPU at the moment. My CPU only does 26 kh/s and I tried to setup my Raspberry Pi for mining and produces a blazing fast 0.34 kh/s Tongue
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March 31, 2013, 01:11:15 PM
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Hi,

I would like to become a full fledged member. I discovered BTC a few months ago and bought a few to test it out, but at the time I thought it was too far from the mainstream.

Now with the increased publicity, I think it's got a chance to become more widely adopted and I would like to one day become a valuable member of the community. I don't devolve much time to the subject at the moment because I log a ton of hours in my day job. However, I think that my skillset could be of interest to the community. I obviously don't want to reveal much here, but I occupy a major function at a very prominent financial institution, so I understand the actual workings of markets better than most people. Especially central banks :-)

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March 31, 2013, 01:16:54 PM
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I have spent a lot of time reading the forum, mining in the background with 2 x 5950 GPU's and taking a significant look around the various people selling goods accepting bitcoin, as well as playing a little on Mt.Gox.

Just wanting to post my outline of explaining bitcoin to my friends that I wrote for myself, and found that I needed to register and wait...

So here I am waiting...

Below I have pasted a section from my explaining bitcoin to my friends - if you feel that you can whitelist me then I can participate in the discussions - please.

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Bitcoin is a system that safely protects your balance and transactions by making use of individuals and the Internet rather than a commercial system.  As a result, you have a currency that has almost zero transaction fees, and the flexibility to move money around the world instantly. There are no overheads to receive money, no merchant accounts, and no ability for any government to freeze your account or block you from receiving payments. The inflation rate is fixed, and therefore the value of your money cannot be diluted by a government deciding to print more money. In fact, the value of your bitcoin is only affected by how many people trust it and how many people want it. If trust, confidence and demand increases, the value of 1 bitcoin in relation to other currencies will also go up proportionality - potentially making it a very attractive investment.

Because money can be transferred with no delay and at almost zero cost, this opens up opportunities for a whole new way of trading.  4% fees to paypal to buy something off ebay is no longer needed - as paypal is no longer needed.  Micropayments are now possible, and reddit have made it possible to reward good posts with a bitcoin 'tip' which is the start of an interesting concept. It has the properties of cash, but it's electronic. Nobody takes a cut when you give somebody a tenner, and nobody needs to help you receive the tenner. No other electronic payment system has the ability to do this.

Its properties of being beyond the reach and impact of governments along with no-middle man to charge transaction fees makes it an interesting and attractive proposition.

How can we trust it?
In the same way as normal banks protect the history of your transactions, and ultimately your bank balance. Trust that your money is safe is a pillar of any electronic financial system. The job of the banks is to ensure that the computer systems safely and reliably store your bank balance and the history of transactions that go with it.

With Bitcoin, the balances and history of transactions must also be safe for it to work.

Roughly every 10 minutes, all the transactions that have occured in that time are wrapped up into a mathematical block and attached to all the previous blocks. This gives an authorized chain of transactions which is the 'truth' of the bitcoin currency. The math behind it ensures that once the block has been attached to the chain it cannot be modified or tampered with.

Each transaction is also verified before it is included in this block to ensure that the same money cannot be spent twice. Balances are derived from the total of all transactions already stored in the block chain, rather than the traditional method of a database storing a balance value.

This process mathematically ensures that the system is safe, without relying on any government to back it. But without any organization backing it, somebody needs to do the mathematical number crunching to validate the transactions and wrap them up into a 'block'.  Therefore a rewards system is built into the system for people who are willing to do this number crunching, and the more people doing it, the more reliable the system is.

Each time a block is wrapped up, the person who does this is rewarded with Bitcoins. People are the system!

But it's not really printing money as some have suggested.  There are a limited number of blocks (1 around every 10 minutes), and a fixed reward for creating a block (at the moment this is 25 bitcoins). All the people working to create blocks share this fixed reward.  The more people doing it, the less there is available per person.

How does it work?
There are plenty more details about the mathematical number crunching and how this part of the process works - but I think that most of us can treat this as a black box unless you are considering mining yourself.
Level 1 - Explanation: http://bitcoin.org/en/how-it-works
Level 2 - The Mathematics behind it. https://www.weusecoins.com/
Wiki: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/FAQ


CEX.IO  - Get yourself into bitcoin mining -no min starting point to figure out how it works while you mine.
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March 31, 2013, 01:25:56 PM
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Hi!

I'm translating bitcoin.org to hungarian (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=159129) and registered to reply and ask questions about the translation, however, it's out of the newbie-zone. Could I ask for an upgrade please, so I can get my questions answered there?
I'm also thinking on translating peerbet (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=129620.280), but first I'd like to ask some questions there.

Thanks in advance, Garmine.
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March 31, 2013, 01:43:01 PM
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I am the one who wants to be whitelisted.
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March 31, 2013, 02:26:47 PM
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I am a professional designer and developer
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March 31, 2013, 03:12:56 PM
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I like to join some discussions I am following
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March 31, 2013, 03:54:41 PM
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I would love to be white listed because.......Im not new bitcoins, I not even new to this site. I am what you would call a professional lurker, but the time has come for me to say good bye to my lurking carrier, and graduate into a full-on member of the bitcointalk community. There are various threads that offer a wealth of information that I feel I could both contribute to, and learn from.

So, go on, ask me anything....
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March 31, 2013, 03:56:40 PM
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I'm planning to backup my wallet
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