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April 06, 2013, 07:02:11 PM
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Freelance software developer. 15 years experience, currently Senior Manager Java Engineering at ESPN. Always looking for freelance work in Java, iOS, PHP, C/C++ whatever else.
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April 06, 2013, 08:38:56 PM
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Hi,

I'm an entrepreneur and software craftsman. I've been using bitcoins for 6 months now, and mining LTC lately. I'm in the process of jumping in crypto currencies business, by making various services with my software team. We are a few hours to launching a learning project.
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April 06, 2013, 08:59:16 PM
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I'm founder and owner of a distributed software development company providing elastic teams for our customers across the US and Europe.  Since we were somewhat hit but Cyprus fuckup, now I'm actively researching alternative ways I can collect payment for our services and pay out to my developers.  The economically opressive regime in my country (Ukraine) just pushes us more.

Most likely we'll soon be engaged in some btc-related project or start one.

And yes, we accept BTC for our service :-)


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April 06, 2013, 09:53:30 PM
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Wow... its something like a trademarket
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April 07, 2013, 05:09:34 AM
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The U.S. Federal Reserve is attacking for days digital currencies markets and mining pools. He managed to freeze and void Terracoin processes, Litecoin and PPC ... The main markets as MTGOX not stop falling and slow to respond, Vircurex was completely nullified.

The main pools are ruined: notroll.in, litecoinpool.org, coinotron.com, bitparking.com.

For now the only one who resists is the Bitcoin market and BTC-E, which have yet to be affected by the attacks.

U.S. and Europe really fear that these "coins" digital without bank support, untaxed, uncontrolled and much higher values ​​than the Euro and Dollar achieve progress.

The way to combat this is to say we all mining, but have low hashrates (like 10 or 20), not to make money for the rewards, but to keep the servers running, knowing that transactions and stability coins have people depend on mining.

While the main pools are down, they can do so through p2pool or just mining.

Let us not take away this freedom.

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April 07, 2013, 05:24:53 AM
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Hey there. I'm working on developing a new Bitcoin mixer that will remove taint from transactions. It will be open source when it's released.
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April 07, 2013, 07:19:09 AM
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I offer you NSFW pictures at http://bitcoinporn.tumblr.com pop up and ad free.

I do graphical work, however I do not have a portfolio up, so I do not want to announce that as a service, however if you are a smaller business and would like a logo or avatar, if I have the time I might work off of like micro-bit tips, that way I am able to establish a portfolio and you are able to get something great (I hope) for cheap, win win Smiley


Hey. Smiley
I'm willing to sell pictures of myself to anyone who might be interested, hoping to get a few bitcoins and buy stuff, haha Tongue

Hope that's ok. ^^

How about set up a proper channel for that.

Also don't have images for free elsewhere http://www.spoki.lv/foto-izlases/dudinas-/255119

And I'm so sure you say you are who you are and have full rights to sell whatever photos you have.


Yes. I am selling photos of myself, I need a new iPod, haha :3
NSFW pics might be available for a bit higher, please ask for moar ^^


hehe,,, if you find someone buying let me know,, i need a new phone!!!! ahahahaa
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April 07, 2013, 07:30:50 AM
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I am a website developer in editing videos.

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April 07, 2013, 12:00:16 PM
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Game developer here, feel welcome to testdrive one of my hobby projects over here: www.photonfrog.com

Test my Html5 Space Shooter! (works alright on Chrome and iPads)
http://www.photonfrog.com/
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April 07, 2013, 01:06:27 PM
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Im a web developer, and trying to figure out how to get around the strict exchange rate laws in my country in order to purchase and exchange bitcoins within the country at the very least.

what country?

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April 07, 2013, 04:40:57 PM
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Hi, i represent 24change.com website and planning to use it to make service of exchanging bitcoins to different e-currencies.

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April 07, 2013, 07:20:10 PM
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I would also report myself as as developer here. I would like to earn some bitcoins with it. I just started doing something with bitcoints and i see it as a perfect mean to earn some additional money.

This is what in know in a nutshell:

Software languages: Visual Basic, VBA, VB.NET, C#, Delphi and limited C++ and x86 Assembly
Web languages: HTTP, CSS, Javascript, XML, JSON, PHP
Databases: SQL Server & MySQL
Frameworks: .NET, WPF and WCF (also known as WebServices)

"Real" languages: Dutch (native), English (good), German (little)

I would like to offer my services in:
- Giving advice
- Support debugging
- Doing translations
- Testing (warning, i am a perfectionist)

I was thinking to scout the forum for some work. I can do work for about 2-3 hours a day, but of course depending of the work i can make a better estimate then this.

Lead developer of Haasonline Software Engineering and owner of Haasonline.com - Checkout my Simple Trade Bot on: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=211979.0
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April 07, 2013, 07:56:31 PM
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Hello,

Hushcoin is a new Bitcoin business and we will be starting our launch campaign tomorrow, April 15th. We would like to reserve details of our company until the campaign starts, but we will say that multisignature transactions is one of our favorite features of the Bitcoin protocol. You can also find one of our trademarks on various trademark sites.

We would like to have access to the Service Announcements forum in order to provide more details on April 8th. Once our launch campaign begins, we will be actively responding to any questions about our service.

If you send us an email at hello [at] hushcoin.com, we can send you a really, really big, high-quality version of our logo. Smiley

Thanks for your time,
Victoria
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April 08, 2013, 01:24:37 AM
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Heard one of my local car dealerships is going to start dealing bitcoin.  Pretty sweet!
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April 08, 2013, 01:52:54 AM
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Hello!

I am one of the founders of http://bex.io a platform that allows anyone to launch their own bitcoin exchange.  We are Erlang developers specializing in distributed systems and are available as contractors as well to build anything bitcoin related.

If you want to discuss any bitcoin related projects please contact me at jesse
  • spawngrid [.] com

Thanks!

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April 08, 2013, 04:17:15 AM
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April 08, 2013, 04:35:39 AM
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Experienced iOS, Java client/server side, *Nix, AWS, Ruby developer available for hire.
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April 08, 2013, 04:37:51 AM
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April 08, 2013, 09:16:48 AM
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Four things you need if you're going to get serious:
  • An idea for how you will operate.
  • A means to profit.
  • Correct calculations about your profitability (most online "profitability calculators" are too simple for most businesses)
  • The amount of money it will cost you to keep things going until your "break even" point, which should be less than 1 year on paper.

I'm a small business development adviser. I can tell you that your company will definitely fail, or if it has a chance to succeed. I don't invest in the companies I help build. I don't have time to become a partner. I don't offer financial or legal advice (other than to tell people that it's wise to seek expert counsel in such matters). I've done this for about 22 years and have about 530 small businesses that I've helped (and a lot more that I told 'no' to... I don't put time into something I believe will fail, though I've been wrong on numerous occasions).

I don't maintain a web site for this, because it's pointless to do so--why would I want to pay for a site that just sits there like a business card, if it's going to be stuff I offer only to members of one forum? And yes, I'm willing to take BTC.

If you're interested in finding out what kind of advice I can offer, message me here. I'm not going to offer this anywhere else, nor am I going to try to call attention to this post again. Only the members of BitCoinTalk.org will receive this deal.

I charge LOTS of money for what I do, typically. But I'm offering "initial consultations" for free. If I think it will work, we can talk about a price, but I have an ethic that what we agree should be our agreement. I've worked for as little as 5 euro before, on a full project and as much as USD$7500 for a single session. It all depends on what I see. And as I said, we'll talk about the price in BTC.

But even if you don't use MY service, I would HIGHLY recommend finding someone who knows what they're doing to advise you.
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April 08, 2013, 03:49:42 PM
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I'm founder and owner of a distributed software development company providing elastic teams for our customers across the US and Europe.  Since we were somewhat hit but Cyprus fuckup, now I'm actively researching alternative ways I can collect payment for our services and pay out to my developers.  The economically opressive regime in my country (Ukraine) just pushes us more.

Most likely we'll soon be engaged in some btc-related project or start one.

And yes, we accept BTC for our service :-)




Ukraine?  Nice, always wanted to visit there as you guys have some of the most naturally beautiful women in the EU.  Anyhow, hows the black market there?  By chance do you know the spread of the USD compared to the Ukraine currency?  It very telling...
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