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April 13, 2013, 07:11:38 AM
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http://raiseBitcoins.com is now launched in Beta with no fees! Create a project and start crowdfunding with Bitcoins.
This site uses the Blockchain API to forward bitcoins to your personal wallet after counting them on the project page. Currently there is no fee to use this service.
This website was created to help fund my Small Organic Farm in Michigan. If you like the project then please consider a small donation to help us reach our goal of expanding our Farm.
New features coming soon including Assurance Contracts. Let us know what other features you would like to see.
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Thanks for posting a link to MY website, but I just want to clearify to everyone that YOU are in no way affiliated with the website.  I have seen a few scam posts lately where people try and claim they are affilaited with Bitcoin websites only to turn around and try to scam.  You should have made it more clear instead of just copy and pasting information from MY post on reddit
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