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April 22, 2013, 12:54:46 PM
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 I would like to see couple of examples first of course and I want to buy with $ not bitcoins unfortunately I am new to bitcoins and I take baby steps  , my only reason so far for bitcoins is to step out of the legal boundries of regular cash.

 Anyone here with such ideas are welcomed with currently existing websites or at least some examples of how it would work/look .

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April 22, 2013, 01:05:27 PM
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The point of gambling with bitcoin is to avoid a lot of 'rules' by country etc.
If you mix fiat into it you might as well go to a regular gambling site.
straight bitcoin gambling:
satoshi dice
and bitbet for starters.
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April 22, 2013, 01:12:36 PM
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The point of gambling with bitcoin is to avoid a lot of 'rules' by country etc.
If you mix fiat into it you might as well go to a regular gambling site.
straight bitcoin gambling:
satoshi dice
and bitbet for starters.

I think he meant he wanted to pay for the website in $ to the programmer/seller at least that is how I read it.

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April 22, 2013, 01:26:25 PM
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lo, yeah guess I read that wrong. Oh well those are good sites, but I doubt they are for sale Smiley)
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April 22, 2013, 02:01:59 PM
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 Yeah exactly , the problem is I want to find a btc/usd exchange website without me proving my information and stay anon .

 Most websites like mtgox and stuff that resembles that asks for my bill or my id copy to check my reality. I don't want that.

But I may get my website to send my earnings to my blockchain account which I can use to buy stuff staying anon (that is a big maybe) and that sounds better than changing btc to usd and making that transaction non-anon.

 So basically ; me paying usd for website
                    I will make some btc with the website (hopefully)
                    I will spend that btc to buy stuff with btc without exchanging it to usd
                    Stay anon for all of the above.

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April 22, 2013, 02:41:57 PM
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 Yeah exactly , the problem is I want to find a btc/usd exchange website without me proving my information and stay anon .

 Most websites like mtgox and stuff that resembles that asks for my bill or my id copy to check my reality. I don't want that.

But I may get my website to send my earnings to my blockchain account which I can use to buy stuff staying anon (that is a big maybe) and that sounds better than changing btc to usd and making that transaction non-anon.

 So basically ; me paying usd for website
                    I will make some btc with the website (hopefully)
                    I will spend that btc to buy stuff with btc without exchanging it to usd
                    Stay anon for all of the above.

You could always start a chain game at http://chaingames.net and build an audience of players for it. There, free bitcoins : )

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April 22, 2013, 04:36:34 PM
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 Kinda like this ? http://turtlecoin.chaingames.net/

 It looks good and all , but I wonder 'is this gambling website?'

 I mean when I said gambling website I did not meant this, obviously. This is easy to set up and all and if I can get anyone to spend their coins on this it would be great but it would take A LOT of marketing to overcome that IF.

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