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Author Topic: Bitcoin Businesses and Developers, Let's Get Started!  (Read 281954 times)
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April 16, 2013, 06:46:20 AM
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Hi!

I'm new to posting on bitcointalk, but I've been reading and following bitcoin for a few months now. I'm looking to build a bitcoin business with seed capital that I'm securing from my previous ventures. I'm still brainstorming and learning more about what the community needs and I'm open to ideas and suggestions from other forum members (I'd greatly appreciate it!)

Thanks for having me!
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April 16, 2013, 07:20:19 AM
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Yo,

I'm considering accepting BTC/cryptocurrency for world-wide VPN services. I'll also do linux/unix (15+ years of exp) work if payment is enough, I'm not touching windows for less than $1m though. ;-)

Python, C/C++, general scripting, advice/help on programming, server/security and networking, let me know.

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April 16, 2013, 08:17:52 AM
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Hi,

I have built a couple of android widgets for trading Bitcoin equities on Havelock Investments and BTC Trading Corp. I'm interested in finding out whether people find either of them useful.

BTC Trading Corp:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cryptoSec.btctcclient&feature=nav_result

Havelock Investments:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cryptoSec&feature=more_from_developer

Cheers!
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April 16, 2013, 08:48:18 AM
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I'm a software developer, see http://cv.davesag.com for my capability statement.  I am happy to accept BTC as payment and have added BTC payment details to my website. I've been mining BTC on and off for a couple of years.

Open to offers. Will code for BTC.
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April 16, 2013, 10:17:50 AM
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Hi,

I have built a couple of android widgets for trading Bitcoin equities on Havelock Investments and BTC Trading Corp. I'm interested in finding out whether people find either of them useful.

BTC Trading Corp:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cryptoSec.btctcclient&feature=nav_result

Havelock Investments:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cryptoSec&feature=more_from_developer

Cheers!


Nice. I will test them out.

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April 16, 2013, 01:02:07 PM
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In the process of allowing my siteto accept bitcoins, and am going to take some time off work to pursue a bitcoin project, probably iphone/mac based, but still looking for an idea.

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April 16, 2013, 01:41:09 PM
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hi all
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April 16, 2013, 06:27:10 PM
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hi nthammer  Cheesy
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April 16, 2013, 07:17:27 PM
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I make Astrologically inspired gemstone jewelry creations - natal charts, and want to offer them up for bitcoins - any suggestions how to get started doing this?
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April 16, 2013, 09:14:57 PM
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I'm developing a distributed real-time exchange based on web-of-trust.
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April 16, 2013, 10:50:26 PM
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Bitcoin Bible is the project.  Our purpose is to champion the financial power of the common man.  We believe that people should be in complete control of the value that they create and should be able to exchange that value with whoever they want without a central authority that devalues their currency.  Our purpose is to educate and provide resources and training to all about how they can use digital currency to transact in their daily lives.  People need to know how to safely and securely transfer their National Currency into Bitcoins and back easily; and they be able to conduct their daily lives with this new form of value exchange seamlessly.

Financial empowerment back to the people.  The common man now has the power to create value and exchange that value as they see fit without any Central Agency debasing and eroding that value exchange by endlessly printing money with no underlying value.
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April 16, 2013, 11:39:33 PM
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I'd like to announce in the main forum a relatively small web-based service (which has been operating for about 13 years and has about 30,000 users) that has just started accepting Bitcoin. It's called Time Cave (http://timecave.com) and allows people to schedule email messages in the (far-ish) future.

The site is not particularly Bitcoin-related -- but as I've followed Bitcoin's development over the years, I've noticed that many users of Bitcoin think long-term, and I could imagine the site might be useful in a small way for some of you.  For example, you could use it to store an encrypted ECDSA private key and pass it on to a family member in 5 years automatically, unless you cancel the message.  Or you could do something similar to enact a kind of "forced savings," or just a long-term key backup. Of course, you might use it for messages entirely unrelated to Bitcoin too.

The service is free. It accepts contributions, and it has an "upgraded" service level that allows unlimited messages (within reason) and a variety of other features, like recurring message.  Our subscription fee has been $12.  We've priced Bitcoin payments proportionally for now; that is, at the moment, we'll use the general prevailing exchange rate for all subscription payments over 0.1 BTC, rounding the length of the subscription in subscribers' favor if there's any ambiguity (sharp price changes or what not).

Could I get approved to announce it in the general forum (and perhaps some guidance on which particular "Service" forum would be the best place to announce it)?  I'd be happy to write a more specific message there that introduces the service a little more thoroughly. Thanks!

PS -- Please don't make timecave.com a target of attacks!  Smiley  We don't run a Bitcoin node on that server, and we don't store private keys on any online systems. The server has a bulk list of addresses, not unlike those that can be generated by bitaddress.org, and it assigns them to individual accounts to track payments.  It's all very rudimentary now, but it seems like a simple way for a service-based website to accept Bitcoin; it took something like 20 lines of code to add the feature from scratch.

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April 17, 2013, 01:02:31 AM
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i am wiki-based and mobile systems developer

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April 17, 2013, 01:56:20 AM
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just see!
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April 17, 2013, 06:20:54 AM
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well,i got it,but still newbee
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April 17, 2013, 06:55:40 AM
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I'd like to announce in the main forum a relatively small web-based service (which has been operating for about 13 years and has about 30,000 users) that has just started accepting Bitcoin. It's called Time Cave (http://timecave.com) and allows people to schedule email messages in the (far-ish) future.

The site is not particularly Bitcoin-related -- but as I've followed Bitcoin's development over the years, I've noticed that many users of Bitcoin think long-term, and I could imagine the site might be useful in a small way for some of you.  For example, you could use it to store an encrypted ECDSA private key and pass it on to a family member in 5 years automatically, unless you cancel the message.  Or you could do something similar to enact a kind of "forced savings," or just a long-term key backup. Of course, you might use it for messages entirely unrelated to Bitcoin too.

The service is free. It accepts contributions, and it has an "upgraded" service level that allows unlimited messages (within reason) and a variety of other features, like recurring message.  Our subscription fee has been $12.  We've priced Bitcoin payments proportionally for now; that is, at the moment, we'll use the general prevailing exchange rate for all subscription payments over 0.1 BTC, rounding the length of the subscription in subscribers' favor if there's any ambiguity (sharp price changes or what not).

Could I get approved to announce it in the general forum (and perhaps some guidance on which particular "Service" forum would be the best place to announce it)?  I'd be happy to write a more specific message there that introduces the service a little more thoroughly. Thanks!

PS -- Please don't make timecave.com a target of attacks!  Smiley  We don't run a Bitcoin node on that server, and we don't store private keys on any online systems. The server has a bulk list of addresses, not unlike those that can be generated by bitaddress.org, and it assigns them to individual accounts to track payments.  It's all very rudimentary now, but it seems like a simple way for a service-based website to accept Bitcoin; it took something like 20 lines of code to add the feature from scratch.
Nice post! I think it should go to service announcements.
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April 17, 2013, 08:20:36 AM
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hmm. interesting stuff !
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April 17, 2013, 05:26:15 PM
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I am a book publisher.

If I would like to offer our first title, a paperback collection of articles about the economic crisis, for sale priced in Bitcoins, how do I do this?

Many thanks,

Mark Griffith
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April 17, 2013, 05:38:08 PM
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I am a book publisher.

If I would like to offer our first title, a paperback collection of articles about the economic crisis, for sale priced in Bitcoins, how do I do this?

Many thanks,

Mark Griffith

You could sell it on https://www.coindl.com
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April 18, 2013, 12:17:42 AM
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I am a book publisher.

If I would like to offer our first title, a paperback collection of articles about the economic crisis, for sale priced in Bitcoins, how do I do this?

Many thanks,

Mark Griffith

You could sell it on https://www.coindl.com


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