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Author Topic: Whitelist Requests (Want out of here?)  (Read 447758 times)
pornluver
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April 30, 2013, 10:00:14 AM
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I think I overqualify,.

I invested $1500 on bitcoin. I will spend $1400 to buy butterfly labs machine. I want to invest in bitfounder asicminer. I want to sell e-book to bitcoin.

I am a noob?

Half the people here probably know less about bitcoin than I am.

Yea, I got 15 posts and have been here for months. What? Glitches?
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May 01, 2013, 01:16:01 AM
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And we're caught up!

pmorici: OK
PulsarAV: OK
kylejustknows: OK
Lacky: OK
M2: OK
Dan Dascalescu: OK
intrd: OK
jnylen: OK
cleverchickens: OK
zekesonxx: OK
Bitomagic: OK
Dpx008: OK
Netional: OK
DM90: OK
pornluver: OK

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May 01, 2013, 01:25:03 AM
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I've been into Bitcoin for over a year now, mostly as a hobby at first but I really started getting into it last fall. Gave my family Casacscius coins for Christmas and I tell everyone I know about Bitcoin even though I know that if everything goes bad, which I don't think it will, I'll be known as the crazy friend/family member who was into that strange alternative currency. I've been lurking around here for a while and I read a lot of stuff other places.

Can you set me free, please? Thanks!
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May 01, 2013, 01:36:59 AM
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And we're caught up!


pornluver: OK

Dude I am still a newbie.
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May 01, 2013, 01:58:45 AM
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And we're caught up!


pornluver: OK

Dude I am still a newbie.
It will still show that, but you should now be able to post everywhere.

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I just caught up with the business thread!

bcvpn: OK
RyanDoka: OK
srfulmer: OK
BitcoinCoffee: OK
shezts: OK
StrawHat: OK
olivaw: OK
jcrawfordor: Already whitelisted
Bitcoin_Futures_Options: OK
VaporJedi: OK
YoungMoney420: OK
butterstick: OK
24change.com: OK
hushcoin: OK
jesseh: OK
dsophy: OK
normcutter: OK
LTCForCash: OK
bgrusnak: OK
Zeus7777: Already whitelisted
GITOnetwork: OK
labo8t: OK
robertvo: OK
ZackP: Already whitelisted
BitFollower: OK
ahreal: OK
bithaggle: OK
bitcoinonwheels: OK
kooksin: OK
vivob: OK
iimazecoin: OK
palo: OK
twoBulletsCollide: OK
john_h: OK
ngc0202: OK
ffrogman: OK
cryptosec: OK
davesag: OK
yvon: OK
Mark Griffith: OK
adamjgmiller: OK
SeansOutpost: Already whitelisted
jj9guy: OK
Cryptorig: OK
Ataxx: Already whitelisted
Jmh428: OK
wowc8: OK
Bitmunitions: OK
coincepts: OK
kyser20: OK
Ronados: OK
BitcoinCheddar: OK
coins: OK
fussycashew: OK
AskMiners.com: OK
Bitfash: OK
BitcoinMoxy: OK
OpenBitcoinStore: OK
iimazecoin: Already whitelisted
billpayforcoins: OK
Traade: OK
diamondsea: Already whitelisted
ahreal: Already whitelisted
coincepts: Already whitelisted
gladiatorcoin: OK
Davey™: OK
DrahogErusiel: OK
bitcoinsberlin.com: OK
DivineOmega: OK
sbryant31: OK
quickbitcoinuk: OK
Stroomy: OK
fone-btc: OK
soks86: OK
ccwirral: OK
Chi11ed: OK
quickbitcoin: Already whitelisted
fahrenheit451: OK
TerryHyden: OK
roninacolyte: OK
noxbayou: OK
sambrose: OK
btcoincollector: OK
Bitcoin Grid: OK
Techknowledgy: OK

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May 01, 2013, 03:46:36 AM
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So this would save a few hours and a few posts then..

I joined the forum to take part in one of the group buys of the Avalon ASIC chips. I also plan to assist in the design of an 'open source' PCB assembly for said chips, and possibly arrange or assist with a group buy & assembly of said PCB so the community can make use of said chips.  It provides an important hedge against consolidation in mining and offers better defense against 51+% attacks.

I've been a casual GPU miner (BTC/LTC) for a while now and understand the principles and theory of the system quite well if i do say so myself.
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May 01, 2013, 04:07:44 AM
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Hi,

I have read these forums frequently when searching Google, so I finally decided to join. I know quite well of BTCs, however, I would like to ask other members about their opinions about online BTC miners, rigs, setups, etc. I'm an active member on many forums and like to help out the community when I can. I would also like to participate in the Marketplace and purchase some items (from trustworthy members) that can help me in my BTC mining.

Thanks.
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May 01, 2013, 09:30:39 AM
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Hi,

I mainly came to this website to comment about the functionality of the MtGox payment module for Prestashop, hoping that it is possible (like the Magento plugin) to add a feature where BTC can be displayed along side the current currency (GBP) in the front end.

Would it be possible to be white listed so I can post my suggestion in the appropriate thread?
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May 01, 2013, 08:35:13 PM
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tony_357: OK
hayek: OK
TerryHyden: Already whitelisted
cogware: OK
BiTCoinRC: OK

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May 01, 2013, 09:11:00 PM
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I hope this is enough to authenticate me as past the newbie stage:
Bitcoin is a distributed timestamp server for contracts. It uses a programming language similar to Forth to describe the conditions under which bitcoin in a transaction can be spent (used by another transaction).

Now please get me out of here so I can reply to threads in the technical forum Smiley
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May 01, 2013, 09:40:22 PM
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Hello,

I'm new in this forum and looking to jump in the CHNcoin to bitcointransfer.

Therefore i need to post in this thread.

I mean real buisiness. No spamming of whatever.

Can you please allow me to reply?

Best regards,

Mark
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May 01, 2013, 10:01:53 PM
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I'd like to propose the idea of a group buy in the ZTEX FPGA hardware thread.


As for a proving technical competency...

The bitcoin network adapts to a change in total network hashrate by adjusting the difficulty of the proof-of-work required to generate a block. This occurs after every 2016 blocks. The difficulty is adjusted such that a block will be generated on average once every 10 minutes.

As a result of the release of custom hardware (ASIC's) and the recent spike in interest from the general public, the total network hashrate has increased significantly and has resulted in a corresponding increase in difficulty. This will eventually cause GPU's to become unappealing to those who pay for their electricity, as individuals will end up paying more than the value of the bitcoins they recieve by mining. FPGA's provide significantly more hashes per joule than GPU's, and will therefore be appealing to miners for a longer time than GPUs.
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May 01, 2013, 10:15:52 PM
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Been lurking for ages.

Was early adapter on bitcoin back when it all started.

Mined a few hundred coins and sold them all at $16 ;-(

Anyway would like to have early access since I've set up a p2pool for CHNCoin and would like to engage in the discussion of alt coins.

I already mined a lot of PPcoin, Litecoin etc.

I'm 36 and from EU

Yes sir
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May 02, 2013, 02:45:41 PM
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I'd like to join the discussion in:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=192122.msg1990795#msg1990795
since i was one of the larger Yes betters and would like to make a point or two.

Thanks
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May 02, 2013, 02:57:48 PM
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I'll will be launching a new bitcoin wallet soon and would like to post in service announcements. Thanks.

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May 02, 2013, 10:01:22 PM
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Hi, i completed 5 posts requirement but not able to reply thread yet. I mostly interested in Alt coin as well as trading CHNCoin and Bitbar alt coins there.
It would be great if i could be white listed.

Thank you.
Steven.

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=208061.0
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May 02, 2013, 10:24:24 PM
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Hello, I`m top rated power seller on ebay - userid micaXR - I`m going to buy bulk and sell ASIC chips bought from AVALON in smaller amounts of 10-50-100 pieces in a lot. I need to post and discuss it in DIY AVALON and custom hardware threads. Thank you.

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May 02, 2013, 10:41:15 PM
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Hi,

I just accumulated 4hr required online and the 5 posts, could someone put me on the whitelist so I can go to hardware sections to discuss, thanks.

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May 03, 2013, 01:30:03 PM
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Been whatching bitcoin scene since february. Actually developing bitcoin based business model in Brasil (which is very very poor atm btw). Discuss expeculation and helping members coding.
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May 03, 2013, 02:55:13 PM
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I'd like to be whitelisted, there's a thread about address revocation I'd like to comment on. I'm wondering about the idea of revocation which only stopped you from spending to an address. You could still spend out of the address. That way if you suspected or found out you were compromised, you could try revoking your address and transferring the money out to a new wallet before you got robbed. It wouldn't do anything to recover money after the fact, of course. But say, in the future, the address you used for payment from your employer were robbed. You'd still be out the money, but you could at least revoke the address to be absolutely sure that payments to it will be stopped in the future. *Edit: Also, if you accidentally revoke your address you won't lose your money as you can still move it to a new wallet. And, based on the number of addresses available, I assume that clients which generate and revoke addresses non-stop won't be an issue. **Edit again: Thinking some more, revocation spam would still be a problem if allowed... revocations should probably cost a fee. I think it could work if miners determined what revocations they were willing to process based on the fee, like they do with transactions.

I'm a bitcoin newb, so I'm not sure if that demonstrated knowledge. Smiley The only other thing I would say is that I think of a blockchain as a way to prove that you've invested a resource, namely computing time, and the only way to prove that you've spent the time is to actually spend the time. Regardless of future cost of computing power, there will still always be a finite supply of computing time that you can spend, even if it's some absurdly large amount of time due to parallel processing. As long as no one entity acquires the resources to outcompute the rest of the world combined, the blockchain should be safe. I think this would require them to either acquire computing resources at vastly reduced prices compared to the rest of the world, somehow, or to pull off the mother of all double spends to offset the costs of doing something like this.

Random thoughts, hopefully nothing too horribly wrong. Smiley

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