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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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April 19, 2013, 05:49:14 PM
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Hello all, I am making a new shopping website that will sell mobile phones, accessories, tablets, with free shipping worldwide. Will accept BTC, LR and perfect money for now. The website is still under development and I plan to make it go live on June 1st. Any suggestions are welcome ppl Cheesy
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April 19, 2013, 10:17:55 PM
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Looking to get access in the main forum, Registered Limited Company in the UK offering IT Services and Hosting for Mining Rigs

New Bitcoin Miner - If i've helped you, please donate: 15G6Zm6rAJu6ME5BQqX9GXGwGLgzC9Mboc
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April 20, 2013, 01:06:00 AM
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We'll here goes my first post LOL

Im actually just waiting out my 4hours and send my 5 posts... Im a newbie yup, but i just want to post that im building a new website thats an escrow service, but after reading this website in the devolopers section i also see theres alot of other ideas that i might think about implementing in to the website, such as a NFC app that allows direct transfer of coins face to face
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April 20, 2013, 02:37:16 AM
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NFC Payment Solution, as well as mobile NFC, and offering a new Escrow service, and a central payment system, its ALOT of work, but im getting there Smiley
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April 20, 2013, 04:38:15 AM
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Looking to start an offshore bitecoin business for financial transactions.

Looking forward to sharing and learning here.

Great forum!

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April 20, 2013, 05:37:33 AM
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How difficult would it be for one person to offer a bitcoin exchange service? Id like to buy and sell bitcoins. I think one could make a good living from this. How do the middleman exchanges like bitinstant etc work? Where do they buy their coins? I would like to start off accepting moneygram, and money orders to a business type account and eventually credit cards, and other forms of payment.. Why arent there more ppl doing this? What all would have to go into starting up this type of business? I have some capital to begin. About 40 bitcoins, and ~$5000

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April 20, 2013, 05:59:43 AM
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How difficult would it be for one person to offer a bitcoin exchange service? Id like to buy and sell bitcoins. I think one could make a good living from this. How do the middleman exchanges like bitinstant etc work? Where do they buy their coins? I would like to start off accepting moneygram, and money orders to a business type account and eventually credit cards, and other forms of payment.. Why arent there more ppl doing this? What all would have to go into starting up this type of business? I have some capital to begin. About 40 bitcoins, and ~$5000

This is small capitall for exchange business, but you can try. But stay away from credit cards (untill you will have big experience), or your 40btc & 5k will flow to fraudsters very fast

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April 20, 2013, 02:41:32 PM
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Hi Everyone!

I'm actually looking to develop a NEW BTC trading platform. I want to know what your thoughts and concerns are in making a service that will be more reliable, secure and transparent.

Thanks!
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April 20, 2013, 07:29:46 PM
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Hi all!

I'm currently setting up a shop that will sell various prepaid codes and take payments in BTC, PPC, LTC and maybe BQC. Smiley
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April 20, 2013, 08:27:53 PM
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I would like to provide my tree services in exchange for btc.  I love the concept and I am learning about it as fast as I can. 
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April 20, 2013, 08:54:47 PM
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I operate an online community and store and am interested in accepting bitcoins and XRP. 

I am also developing a civic engagement web app where members can support their local businesses and experiences.  Bitcoins and/or XRP can be an optional currency to support this.
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April 20, 2013, 09:47:48 PM
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Hi all, I'm not sure I fully understand the rules on posting yet, but this appears to be the place to do it. I'm looking for folks to kick the tires at http://bitbooks.co - the plan is an eBook marketplace that allows you to upload your eBooks and sell for BTC. I have just a couple bugs I'm still working on but it's open for testing, I'd appreciate any and all feedback. Cheers!

http://bitbooks.co - the Bitcoin eBook Marketplace. Please support Bitcoin-friendly authors!
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April 21, 2013, 01:44:24 AM
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Hello Bitcointalk team,

Currently I am the director of engineering for a small international software company residing in Colorado.  I am also, however, an entrepreneur, and have been working on starting an eCommerce business.  Bitcoin is very interesting and I am excited to learn more.  We will be considering adding the Bitcoin currency as a payment method on the site.  Feel free to pm me if you need proof of my work or profession.

Thank you and I look forward to learning from all the great minds on this site.

Company Name: SolisTech

The projects that we work on include FrontRow-Solutions (online CRM sofware), Front Door Insights (mobile marketing for small business), and Signal Fire (public facing site for searching Front Door Insights companies and subscribing to alerts).

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April 21, 2013, 03:38:56 AM
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My partner and I are working on some solutions to bring together bitcoin/litecoin businesses, service providers and consumers. Basically, we wish to build a stronger trust relationship and allow for more ease of use. I will not release the details of these at the moment, but that is the general overview. More info to come, once our site is complete. Smiley
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