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April 18, 2013, 08:55:18 AM
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April 18, 2013, 09:02:34 AM
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Persistent lurker, want to get my first real post elsewhere in the forums.
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April 18, 2013, 09:09:02 AM
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I agree. I guess we are stuck until we become upgraded members.  Undecided


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April 18, 2013, 12:46:13 PM
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I'm operating an exchange for various alt coins into and out of Bitcoin

http://www.mcxnow.com

It's up and down at the moment due to final testing.


https://mcxnow.com - Fast and secure coin exchange.
Primecoin / Litecoin / Mincoin / Worldcoin / CopperLark
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April 18, 2013, 03:06:35 PM
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Hello There!

Been watching this site and just decided to become a member of it

I am an electronic engineer with long experience in the design and manufacturing of advanced electronic circuits and PCB manufacturing.

Previously I was thinking in designing my own ASIC chips for Bitcoin mining when Avalon decided to sell batch of chips and decided to make a shot at this, and postponing my previous thoughts.

Planning in buying a full batch of 10,000 chips as soon as I can put the money together.

I also can offer to manufacture the boards for the people that are buying chips but are unable to assemble them in working boards.  I will provide the printed circuit boards and all the additional components to make the boards functional. Will deliver working and tested boards in return for a fee (over the cost of ordering the PCB and the components, assembling and testing).

More information as soon as Avalon makes available its reference design.
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April 18, 2013, 08:47:20 PM
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I am one of the creators of the Anime & Comic series JoeisJapanese.com. We recently moved to a crowdfunded model to finance production on the comic. We are registered with BitPay and ready to rock.
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April 18, 2013, 10:48:56 PM
Last edit: April 18, 2013, 11:04:05 PM by Digital Precious Metals
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Hello. I am "Digital Precious Metals" and I am here as a representative of DigitalPreciousMetals.com which is an online precious metal store that accepts bitcoins.

I would love to have access to the forums to announce our opening to the public and to respond to any customer issues or questions that may arise.
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April 18, 2013, 11:48:30 PM
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bandying about the idea of starting up a BTCweb service. name not included yet as i personally think its quite catchy and would not like to see it taken from me just yet...
in short, the webservice is a online trading post if you will... sorta like the old west, you order something and the postmaster finds it, and delivers it, whether that be through the mail or even able to be picked up if you so wish. most will likely have it mailed though. granted, it may not be as fast as buying something off of amazon, but the site will be useful more towards those who cannot or for their own reasons will not buy their said item off the internet through regular means. i am still working out a system to keep it all as anonymous as possible, but not shady. i would very much appreciate input on this, as the service is intended to be helpful to all netizens.

there wont be very many rules to follow, mostly guidelines. and as for what can and cannot be ordered, depends mostly on your region and willpower/nerve. im not condoning illegal activity, but lets face it, its not easy to find the things that one needs or wants easily all the time and thats where this service shines. I and/or other employee's will take that on for you, find it, buy it, recieve it, and resend it to you. think of the service as a proxy for online mail order.

yes this will come at a cost, but i am working out the logistics on this as i speak. a website has begun to be built. once again, that will be updated later, as i dont have the rights to the name or such yet. it will be a small while before i can get up and running, as i plan on making it a bitcoin funded operation. people have the option to pay fiat, but i would prefer bitcoins, litecoins and terracoins.

im not sure what else to say for now, but to put it lightly, it could become quite the service if deployed properly.

i will be starting with electronics and devices situated to mining and computers, as those seem a good place to start.

wait times, like searching for said item, shipping, handling, are always going to be personalized, being as such, so will orders. for this i plan on making the ordering easy to use, for both the customer and myself. the customer will be required to show pictures of the item requested if possible, barring such, as detailed an explanation as possible. most likely going the be order forms that you submit to a private inbox. which in turn gets sent myself as well. i will be checking the servers inbox on a routine basis of every 3-6 hours, plus automated emails to inform me of new orders.

keep in mind as well that i will never include the return address to my location on the parcel. the item is one way. so make sure you get your address done right the first time. the return address will instead be for a secondary address that you will supply as well, for the parcel to be delivered to incase it somehow doesn't make it to your first address. customers have the option to use puralator, ups, and other such mail services if they like. but of course this will cost extra.

as for the bit about picking it up in person, this would likely only work for people in canada, and north america if they really wanna travel that far. that being said, im not going to come to you, it would be you coming to me in this case. in the future when more people are part of the business, then that may become a reality, but even then, its not going to be me very likely. it could be, but chances are unless you live within 200 km of me, it wont be.

cost of service will be decided per item. but there are some baselines.
base cost of item, converted to bitcoins is the beginning. then comes the shipping. then service cost, handling, and later down the road, when governments recognize bitcoins more, taxes. (if i have to pay em, you will too)

so for example. lets say timmy bitty, wants a radeon 5950. well timmy bitty is in luck, because just so happens i know where to get one. but poor timmy bitty, being in new york, is nowhere near the store that i know of that has the item he wants. better yet, its on sale here. but timmy doesn't have that sale going on near him. so lets say the video card is
60$, and thats after the sale. timmy would have had to pay 90$ for this videocard where he lives. or 80$ on a site like newegg. well for timmy thats gonna cost him the current exchange rate for bitcoins. (0.7BTC) as of this moment + shipping which we will say comes to 27$ for 2-3 business days from day sent. now we are at about 1BTC. now what about service cost. service cost will be determined soon, but right now i figure something like 30% of total cost added on. another 26$. so now we are at about 1.3BTC. and handling. im not sure how most others determine this, but i will be makeing it something like 1% extra for each day it takes to see payment. so if timmy sends his 1.3BTC right away, he could have it in 2-3 business days after i have been able to acquire the item.

so after all of this. is my service cheaper. no. probably never will be. but im not doing it for free and that why it never will be cheaper than just going and buying it yourself... but its all about the service. its the same reason why people buy stuff on amazon, and newegg. convenience. and that is what i am trying to offer the BTC community.

pm me if you would like to know more.
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April 19, 2013, 12:50:45 AM
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My dad does full service embroidery for BTC...embbit.com

Anything you could ever want sewn, let him know.

I run Sean's Outpost a Bitcoin fueled homeless outreach in Pensacola, FL. Over 140,000 meals fed with BTC donations.You can donate to Sean's Outpost at... 38ccq12hPFoiSksxUdr6SQ5VosyjY7s9AU
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April 19, 2013, 12:56:05 AM
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I'm a software developer, working on my first bitcoin-related project, CGWatcher. It helps ensure cgminer and bfgminer stay mining and recover after problems. It's only been a few weeks but over 500 downloads and a big update on the way (many improvements and features coming.) I'd like to get into more bitcoin and cryptocurrency projects.

More info on CGWatcher here: http://manotechnology.blogspot.com/2013/03/cgwatcher.html

CGWatcher, a GUI/monitor for CGMiner & BFGMiner: http://www.cgwatcher.com
CGRemote, a remote mining dashboard for all of your miners: http://www.minerremote.com
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April 19, 2013, 02:28:03 AM
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I have done some programming I currently made an ubuntu indicator for lite coin and bit coin.

http://i.imgur.com/CCzQtSp.png

If anyone is interested in using it is available at

https://github.com/jj9btcproj/Bitcoin-Price-Indicator/archive/master.zip
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https://github.com/jj9btcproj/Litecoin-Indicator/archive/master.zip

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April 19, 2013, 03:20:48 AM
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I currently own a staffing agency. We handle long term and short term contracts. Currently entertaining the idea of accepting bit coin as payment as well as paying employees that want to be paid in bit coins.  We staff medical and programmers nationally, skilled and unskilled labor locally in the GA/FL markets. Any ideas?
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April 19, 2013, 04:43:05 AM
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Hello I haven't been able to change my NICK yet but my name is Kenny,
I am a small scale scrap gold and silver buyer/refiner. Right now I pay 75%-80% of market value. I also make and sell fractional fine gold and silver bars and coins.  I can also hand cast your scrap gold and silver into a custom ring, pendant, or regular or custom shaped bar for a small percentage (10%-20%) of the metal (depending on complexity) or bitcoin. e.g. heart, dogbone, cross, wrench, or gimme an idea and I'll see if I can make it happen.

Here is are links to my etsy shop and ebay profile.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/PickerSquare?ref=si_shop

ebay profile

http://myworld.ebay.com/1975tgh

I am new here, but as you can see by reading my ebay feedback I am very trustworthy and honest.
 
 I am also looking for angel investors or people who wish to add precious metals to their retirement savings at 90%-95% of market value to help me scale up my operations. I do have a business plan written up with my scaling plans including:
Increasing payouts for gold buying focusing on volume, gold refining, minting coins, custom and "green" recycled jewelry manufacturing, and a opening a gold exchange in a well traveled traffic bottleneck that is devoid of one.
Small donations are welcome as well as I am to be the father of twins coming in August.
Please help spread the word on the forum and with friends and family.
Thank you for your time and hopefully your business!

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April 19, 2013, 06:15:28 AM
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new member sign in Smiley
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April 19, 2013, 06:34:08 AM
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Software Development, IT Support in Bangkok.
Will accepting BTC.

http://www.nobel-solutions.com
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April 19, 2013, 08:31:33 AM
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Hi,

I'm a developer in many languages mostly php, java and c# atm. Hoping to contribute or get the code to start a trading platform in bitcoins

I've found a few posts but I can't PM the posters till I get authorized asking to join their projects or see their code

Thanks
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April 19, 2013, 08:44:02 AM
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BitFloor Shuts Down, what's the indication of shut down?
http://bitcoinmagazine.com/bitfloor-shuts-down/
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April 19, 2013, 09:04:47 AM
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I recently started CryptoRig LLC to design and build gpu mining rigs for Litecoin and all the other crypto currencies. With all the recent media coverage there are many newcomers interested in mining that lack the experience or technical knowledge to design and build their own rigs, even with the spectacular guides written by such members as Tacotime. I have a website, cryptorig.com, and I am selling rigs there and on ebay. I plan to take bitcoin payment via bitpay as soon as I find someone to fix their shopping cart api. On that note I'm looking for an experienced php coder and web designer to fix that API and improve and maintain my website. I run a 100% legitimate business as a registered LLC and have already built and sold mining rigs. I have very competitive prices and a very small profit margin. I believe in crypto currencies and want to see the community expand and flurish. I really enjoy designing and building rigs for people, one of the rare cases of actually doing what I love. I'm looking to give back to the community on [Suspicious link removed]ince I have learned a great deal from reading the site. Please feel free to visit my site or message me if you are interested in having a rig built or in doing some work for me. Thank you!
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April 19, 2013, 12:51:09 PM
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Hello, this account has been made on behalf of MillionBitPage, I'm trying to keep it on the low side at the moment though.
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April 19, 2013, 04:28:24 PM
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I recently started CryptoRig LLC to design and build gpu mining rigs for Litecoin and all the other crypto currencies. With all the recent media coverage there are many newcomers interested in mining that lack the experience or technical knowledge to design and build their own rigs, even with the spectacular guides written by such members as Tacotime. I have a website, cryptorig.com, and I am selling rigs there and on ebay. I plan to take bitcoin payment via bitpay as soon as I find someone to fix their shopping cart api. On that note I'm looking for an experienced php coder and web designer to fix that API and improve and maintain my website. I run a 100% legitimate business as a registered LLC and have already built and sold mining rigs. I have very competitive prices and a very small profit margin. I believe in crypto currencies and want to see the community expand and flurish. I really enjoy designing and building rigs for people, one of the rare cases of actually doing what I love. I'm looking to give back to the community on [Suspicious link removed]ince I have learned a great deal from reading the site. Please feel free to visit my site or message me if you are interested in having a rig built or in doing some work for me. Thank you!
I suggest you to write in the project development zone as soon as possible, you seem to have a very good business, and I appreciate what you do for the community. I hope you'll be whitelisted so you can post in the section where your services will get a lot of visibility.

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