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November 09, 2016, 11:24:07 PM
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Someone can make a site where you can find products in stores that accept bitcoin, just trusted ones, so in this way is more easy to users know more stores and find the best prices.. not just in black friday... Wink

You can actually use a search engine that finds Bitcoin deals specifically. It's located on the official Bitcoin website so there is no funny business going on with the results I guess. Link: https://www.bitcoin.com/spend-bitcoin-online

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November 09, 2016, 11:39:57 PM
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It's actually not a bad idea.
Giving people a reason to use Bitcoin (discounts, free shipping, etc)
could possibly create some new users.
Getting people who have never used BTC before interested is one of the main things we need to do if we want Bitcoin to grow.

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November 10, 2016, 12:12:15 AM
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Cool that this is running again!

Please be on top of preventing another disaster like last year. That was some serious bad stuff going on with a lot of people losing money.

Other than than, great initiative, hope a lot of people will participate.

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November 10, 2016, 05:34:06 AM
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I wonder how many people will participate in this, if everyone is running to Bitcoin to protect their wealth? I think more people will hoard this year, if the special offers are poor. The merchants will have to go all out this year to grab the attention of the customers.

I was hoping for some specials on the different hardware wallets. I already have one, but it's close to Xmas and I want to buy some for some friends. < Hint : Buy 1 / Get 1 Free >

I will just double check with the merchants to see if these deals are legit, because last year there were many scams.

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November 10, 2016, 08:37:15 AM
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Cool that this is running again!

Please be on top of preventing another disaster like last year. That was some serious bad stuff going on with a lot of people losing money.

Other than than, great initiative, hope a lot of people will participate.


I was not part of this forum last year, so please tell me what happened last year that people had to lose money Huh

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November 14, 2016, 10:18:27 AM
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Cool that this is running again!

Please be on top of preventing another disaster like last year. That was some serious bad stuff going on with a lot of people losing money.

Other than than, great initiative, hope a lot of people will participate.


I was not part of this forum last year, so please tell me what happened last year that people had to lose money Huh

Some scammer made a competing site.

People who used the competing site in the middle of the day noticed a bunch of new sites got listed.

The newly listed sites were phishing sites and stole people's money.

Everyone who used bitcoinblackfriday.com was safe (well as safe as you can be shopping online).

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November 14, 2016, 10:29:29 AM
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Cool that this is running again!

Please be on top of preventing another disaster like last year. That was some serious bad stuff going on with a lot of people losing money.

Other than than, great initiative, hope a lot of people will participate.


I was not part of this forum last year, so please tell me what happened last year that people had to lose money Huh

Some scammer made a competing site.

People who used the competing site in the middle of the day noticed a bunch of new sites got listed.

The newly listed sites were phishing sites and stole people's money.

Everyone who used bitcoinblackfriday.com was safe (well as safe as you can be shopping online).
yeah reminds me that day,the owner of bitcoinblackfriday.info honestly is pretty smart to scam people(no offense),first he's making a signature campaign to attract people to try out the website when the site just released,and after the site released,inside it have few button that redirecting to some popular website that selling goods but actually the hyperlink redirect to phishing site

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November 14, 2016, 10:46:26 AM
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I'll definitely be having a look to see what kind of offers are on for Black Friday. Not even sure what I need right now but this is always too good an opportunity to miss out on.

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November 14, 2016, 11:11:58 AM
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Hello Smiley
Black Friday for bitcoin Smiley that might be a great thing over the web, in the btc shops, etc etc...
I think im going to make some campaining, that might teach people about bitcoin in our country, it is a good idea and i dont have even to pay for it, if i can speak to specified people haha Cheesy
Yeah, im going to do something like this, it can always give you profits and you dont risk!
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November 14, 2016, 11:45:48 PM
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Cool that this is running again!

Please be on top of preventing another disaster like last year. That was some serious bad stuff going on with a lot of people losing money.

Other than than, great initiative, hope a lot of people will participate.


I was not part of this forum last year, so please tell me what happened last year that people had to lose money Huh

Some scammer made a competing site.

People who used the competing site in the middle of the day noticed a bunch of new sites got listed.

The newly listed sites were phishing sites and stole people's money.

Everyone who used bitcoinblackfriday.com was safe (well as safe as you can be shopping online).
yeah reminds me that day,the owner of bitcoinblackfriday.com honestly is pretty smart to scam people(no offense),first he's making a signature campaign to attract people to try out the website when the site just released,and after the site released,inside it have few button that redirecting to some popular website that selling goods but actually the hyperlink redirect to phishing site

It was bitcoinblackfriday.info... run by an anonymous guy since no one bothered to look into his background.

.com is mine, which is legit and run by me, a real person.

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November 15, 2016, 08:36:30 AM
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was there not some problem with malware the last time this black friday event was running, just carful what you click on   Shocked

definitely love the idea and will be participating but I to remember some Malware warnings,
so definitely be smart out there people this holiday season.  Cant believe its been so long
holy crap I'm getting old lol.

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November 15, 2016, 10:04:41 AM
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Yup, definitely will be savings some coins to increase my positions on selected projects. Always try to get as much discount as possible. It speeds up your ROI big time.

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November 15, 2016, 10:11:07 AM
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I would really want to be part of this having not been involved in Bitcoin during the previous versions of this programme. I guess its a good moment to look forward to and I hope to get some of the things I would need in a cheaper way than what I will get if I have to convert and buy over here because if that has been defeated, then I can not be part of it. Also concerning issues raised on the first page, kindly look into it in other to protect the image of this project...
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November 15, 2016, 11:06:32 AM
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I thought it sounded very interesting, I honestly do not know about black friday it. but I've heard about black friday it. black friday is the day after Thanksgiving and is usually the beginning of the Christmas shopping season in the USA. Is that true ?

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November 15, 2016, 02:37:58 PM
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Everyone who used bitcoinblackfriday.com was safe (well as safe as you can be shopping online).
Hold up a second, is this a *new* website or was this around last year as well? I don't see any positive trust-ratings on your profile, which is what I'd expect to see if you had created this website sometime in the past.

I'm considering spending a couple hundred bucks at least to run some upgrades, thus there is importance in such a website.


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November 15, 2016, 02:57:29 PM
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Someone can make a site where you can find products in stores that accept bitcoin, just trusted ones, so in this way is more easy to users know more stores and find the best prices.. not just in black friday... Wink

I think this is a good suggestion. SOmeone can compile and come out a list of all merchants and vendors. Something like a trusted lists since we know there are also more scammers on the internet.

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November 15, 2016, 03:27:01 PM
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I remember seeing this website/thread few years ago, i hope this year we can see more bitcoin sites Smiley
Last year wasn't that good because imposter and the list wasn't that good Sad

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November 15, 2016, 04:09:43 PM
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Looks good. I was probably going to do most of my shopping on websites that still do not accept Bitcoin, but I was looking into places that will accept Bitcoin directly as well. Hopefully less people are going to be negatively affected than last night (remember the scam website being promoted?). Anyhow, are any deals going to be shown *earlier* without signing up via email?

Considering the situation in America, the price may keep rising before Black Friday which would encourage more shopping (if it starts cooling down around that time).

I highlighted the most important aspect. While agree that it is great to see increased Bitcoin acceptance and economic activity in general, I'm a bit concerned that most businesses use payment providers and convert to fiat in the end. Bitcoin can only fully unfold its true potential if direct payments without fiat conversion become the norm, because any conversion adds complexity, costs and possible centralization risks to what would otherwise be a seamless process. Fiat reliance also prevents the establishment of a closed-loop Bitcoin economy.

Therefore I think it would be great if businesses that accept Bitcoin directly receive special attention. Maybe we should design an award for them and push their offers up on reddit.

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November 17, 2016, 06:36:25 PM
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Everyone who used bitcoinblackfriday.com was safe (well as safe as you can be shopping online).
Hold up a second, is this a *new* website or was this around last year as well? I don't see any positive trust-ratings on your profile, which is what I'd expect to see if you had created this website sometime in the past.

I'm considering spending a couple hundred bucks at least to run some upgrades, thus there is importance in such a website.

This site has been around for 5 years. Here's one of the older sites I could find reporting on it: http://calvinayre.com/2012/11/19/business/bitcoin-online-gambling-sites-pros-cons-and-preaching-to-the-choir/

Feel free to ask some of the older community members about me if you need someone to + my reputation Smiley

I switched my BitcoinTalk account a couple times and don't tend to do p2p trades on here.

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November 21, 2016, 10:28:16 PM
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Wow the event is almost here!

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