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May 24, 2013, 10:31:45 PM
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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. ^^

Are you kidding me?

Nice one.
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May 24, 2013, 11:47:18 PM
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Hey!

I'm a web developer, and this is my first post. Right now I'm working on a web-based ticker system (kind of like bitcoinity), that's pretty flashy on the front end. If all goes well, I'm going to expand those horizons to related Android/iOS apps.

I've been into Bitcoin since 2011, and I recently decided that I should probably join the forum.

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May 25, 2013, 12:06:29 AM
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I am a developer @patricklismore

I am putting together a bitcoin venture here in Ireland, still trying to get all the info for my project that has led me here.

@IrishBitcoin

http://www.IrishBitcoinExchange.com

https://github.com/lismore/bitcoin

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A few burnning questions

Where do I look (docs or code) to hook into the live market data so I can see show the live prices of Bitcoins on my site?
Can someone in a paragraph sum up how the bitcoin exchange works

> buyers > sellers > ([bc network / api] ?) , do we have a web api that allows developers to interface with the BC network not quite clear on this part of bitcoin?

How do all these bitcoin sites interface with the network, is it from this code base https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin

I would like to do a few things with Bitcoin in my project:

> An exchange (in Ireland) (buy/sell)
> Buy Direct from me/my venture/business/from own stock, registered users can fund account from bank acc & then use funded account with me to purchase Bitcoins on the exchange or with other registered users)

If someone could jump start my research in the right direction i'd be very grateful.

thanks Pat
Check this out for an example of an API.

https://classic.mtgox.com/support/tradeAPI

BTC-e also has their own respective API here: https://btc-e.com/api/documentation

If you're just going with Bitcoin than I'd recommend Gox for starters since it's got the greatest volume.


Each trading site generally has their own API for getting recent stats on buys & sells. When a user signs up and deposits or withdraws BTC they are in fact using a wallet. I believe each trade system has got bitcoind (a headless bitcoin daemon) installed on their server to serve as wallets for their clients. The wallets are managed by whatever language you would be comfortable with, php, ruby, etc.

EG: In PHP. If someone were to log in, then their account would be created for them, their info stored in a database; the usual stuff. If they want to deposit money, they click deposit on the front end. That action sends a request to bitcoind on the backend, requesting a new address be set up for deposit. The address info is stored in a database, associated with that user. Bitcoind checks for the amount deposited to that address and updates the database with the amount. If they want to withdraw, it's a similar process. I am of course paraphrasing but this is generally how I've thought to do it.

Bitcoind is in fact pretty easy to install on a linux-based server/VPS.

Here's a read you may find useful: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/PHP_developer_intro

There are several libraries in various languages to deal with bitcoind, find and pick your preferences.
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May 25, 2013, 12:12:19 AM
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Hey there,
              I am currently in the production of a new website named Liberty Bitcoin. This site will aim to further promote the use of the crypto-currency bitcoin as well as provide a platform for the politically minded in the bitcoin community. Bitcoin is a massive revolution for the world and the gateways it will open up to people of all races, countries and genders are literally tremendous. No more will banks control the currency, the people will! The implications of the release of this stranglehold upon people will be tremendous. As a result I would like to invite people to this site when it is completed to start to talk bitcoin and about opinions on current world events.

Thankyou for your time Smiley Peace

I will vouch for Liberty, he is one of my good mates and has FINALLY listened too me and got into Bitcoin haha Tongue

Mission Complete!

Andy B

The less Bitcoin will be political the more chance it's got to get adopted by the masses. It needs to carry a utility function, rather than a political banner, in my view.
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May 25, 2013, 01:51:18 AM
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try this :
BOP Enterprise Bitcoin Server
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Hey there,
              I am currently in the production of a new website named Liberty Bitcoin. This site will aim to further promote the use of the crypto-currency bitcoin as well as provide a platform for the politically minded in the bitcoin community. Bitcoin is a massive revolution for the world and the gateways it will open up to people of all races, countries and genders are literally tremendous. No more will banks control the currency, the people will! The implications of the release of this stranglehold upon people will be tremendous. As a result I would like to invite people to this site when it is completed to start to talk bitcoin and about opinions on current world events.

Thankyou for your time Smiley Peace

I will vouch for Liberty, he is one of my good mates and has FINALLY listened too me and got into Bitcoin haha Tongue

Mission Complete!

Andy B

The less Bitcoin will be political the more chance it's got to get adopted by the masses. It needs to carry a utility function, rather than a political banner, in my view.

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May 25, 2013, 02:43:15 AM
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really useful. your link earlier did not work.
Should be http://bitcoinbuttons.com/




Hey There,

Have been lurking on the board for a while but as I'm getting ready to launch my first Bitcoin product I figured it was time to actively get involved with the community on the boards. My first release should be over the weekend and will allow WordPress sites to accept Bitcoin payments and donations with ease.

You can check out what we are up to and get a sneak preview here:

Bitcoin Buttons WordPress Plugin: Easily Create Bitcoin Buy Buttons & Bitcoin Donate Buttons With WordPress

Thanks!

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May 25, 2013, 05:17:28 AM
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I'm the author of an Android app called CoinCliff. It's basically an alarm clock which can be set to a particular fixed price or a relative change in price over a specific period of time (for example "if price rises $10 in 5 minutes"). Helps traders go to sleep knowing they're not gonna miss anything important.
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May 25, 2013, 05:31:20 AM
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Hey there,
              I am currently in the production of a new website named Liberty Bitcoin. This site will aim to further promote the use of the crypto-currency bitcoin as well as provide a platform for the politically minded in the bitcoin community. Bitcoin is a massive revolution for the world and the gateways it will open up to people of all races, countries and genders are literally tremendous. No more will banks control the currency, the people will! The implications of the release of this stranglehold upon people will be tremendous. As a result I would like to invite people to this site when it is completed to start to talk bitcoin and about opinions on current world events.

Thankyou for your time Smiley Peace

I will vouch for Liberty, he is one of my good mates and has FINALLY listened too me and got into Bitcoin haha Tongue

Mission Complete!

Andy B

The less Bitcoin will be political the more chance it's got to get adopted by the masses. It needs to carry a utility function, rather than a political banner, in my view.

I think this is absolutely right, however, most governments are probably scared of losing the power to manipulate their currencies. I think the first countries to embrace Bitcoin and modify their tax policies to just treat it as a valid foreign currency will do very well.
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May 25, 2013, 10:30:33 AM
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I am a developer, and I was developing another gaming site. Im thinking of taking what Ive got and turning it into an Intrade style Bitcoin prediction market site.

Is anyone else using Electrum to control the transactions? Its really nice to import Electrum into a python server, and you dont have to worry about having the blockchain on your server like with bitcoind.
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May 25, 2013, 10:59:24 AM
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I plan to implement more advanced features.

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May 25, 2013, 11:28:22 AM
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Hi! I'm about to launch a site entirely based on btc! The business plan is so far pretty secret, as we don't want anyone to steal our idea,
but I need to access the other forums to get help with automated btc payouts, to a larger number of individuals, among other things.
Thank you!
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May 25, 2013, 07:47:38 PM
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Hey Guys,

I'm working on an exchange for BTC & alt coins called Coin Market: http://coinmkt.com , we're focused on helping get USD into the market.

I'd like to be whitelisted to talk in the marketplace as well as contribute to the conversation around alt coins and their future.

Thanks!

Travis Skweres
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https://www.coinmkt.com/
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May 26, 2013, 04:41:10 AM
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Like some others just before us in this thread, LABitMarket is here to serve the Bitcoin community at large as services are expanded, mostly to immediately accommodate local clientele.

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May 26, 2013, 04:43:13 AM
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I'm the author of an Android app called CoinCliff. It's basically an alarm clock which can be set to a particular fixed price or a relative change in price over a specific period of time (for example "if price rises $10 in 5 minutes"). Helps traders go to sleep knowing they're not gonna miss anything important.
Sure hope there aren't any cliffs looming on the BTC horizon! Terrific name for your app!

LABitMarket -- Buying + Selling BTC
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May 26, 2013, 04:43:22 PM
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Hi

I am a javascript/node.js/.NET programmer, with a background in Data Modelling, SQL and Business Intelligence. I am currently working on SocketStream real-time solutions, and generally trying to find my way around the blockchain and the bitcoin-qt api. I've been on the bitcoin train for just three weeks. I've tried to mine a little, but with a GTX285 the rig is nothing but a very expensive heat source.

I am very interested in working together on BTC projects, big or small, if anybody needs a resource.

I have put this little tool live today : http://orz.dk:8130/

Msg me here or @ BM-2D7siTErQFmHbeNwR9NGmj8YDznDvwte7C

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May 26, 2013, 07:35:03 PM
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I am a Ruby on Rails developer.
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May 26, 2013, 08:17:01 PM
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If your account represents a Bitcoin business or you are a developer, please post here so we can get you into the forum beyond. State your company, project in addition to what you wish to do on the forums. We will get you whitelisted promptly.

Godspeed in your endeavors and thank you for your service!

X POST.

Abstract:

Bitcoin's popularity has grown exponentially in recent years as a new form of digital
money that transcends geography and national governments. This paper describes a
system for 1) Asset Issuance meaning the creation of digital property 2) and Asset
Transactions meaning the exchange and trade of that property. Many of it's internal
structures are derived from Bitcoin technology, thus many innovations in the Bitcoin
world carry over to this platform. It is truly Peer-To-Peer, meaning there is no central
server required. A very high level of transaction integrity and security can be achieved.
It has several advantages over Bitcoin, namely speed of transactions and no need for
'mining'. The system is suitable for a wide range of applications, it is powerful enough
to do high volume securities trading, secure enough to trade precious metals, and simple
enough for Community Currency implementations. In this paper we will describe the
core algorithm of Confidence Chains, in other proposals we will offer more details
regarding asset issuance and related features.

PDF:

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BwUFHE6KYsM0ZkxLVmFwbXQ3ck0/edit?usp=sharing

Signature:

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May 27, 2013, 01:39:03 AM
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really useful. your link earlier did not work.
Should be http://bitcoinbuttons.com/




Hey There,

Have been lurking on the board for a while but as I'm getting ready to launch my first Bitcoin product I figured it was time to actively get involved with the community on the boards. My first release should be over the weekend and will allow WordPress sites to accept Bitcoin payments and donations with ease.

You can check out what we are up to and get a sneak preview here:

BitMate WordPress Plugins: Easily Create Bitcoin Buy Buttons & Bitcoin Donate Buttons With WordPress

Thanks!

Thanks for pointing that out, I've updated the post. Have been working on the plugin relentlessly and have managed to get a solid base together with some pretty neat features, plus a roadmap for further development.

If anyone is interested in beta testing I'm happy to share a copy with a few BitcoinTalk members that can put it straight into use and provide some feedback. Just email me at beta (at) bitcoinbuttons.com with some details on how you plan on using the plugin i.e. donations/selling products, types of site etc.

Get a Sneak Preview of the New WordPress Plugin That Lets You Accept Bitcoin Payments & Donations - BitMate.net

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May 27, 2013, 01:47:58 AM
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Looking to gain support and programming help for a project I am beginning working on:
"The Distributed GPU Project" -- http://distributedgpu.net/

Here's the idea:
The Distributed GPU Project
==========

Should all of the following 4 steps be completed successfully this would result in a worldwide [distributed computer](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distributed_computing) which runs GPU optimised code. Researchers could implement this code on their website, anyone who went to this section of their website would be able to run their code and return results. Eventually the researchers would end up competing for the general public's computation time in an auction style.

A worker client would be made available based on [Bitcoin](https://www.weusecoins.com/en/) transactions that would accept these computation requests in return for being paid in Bitcoin. This worker client would default to running a "Bitcoin miner" if nothing more profitable was available.

Licence
=========
This work is licenced under [CC-BY-SA 3.0](http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/).

Stage 1
==========
Build a "simple" [Monte Carlo](http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781466507920) iteration for the use on a [phantom](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imaging_phantom) in a clinical setting using javascript [WebCl](http://www.khronos.org/webcl/) through [Nokia's plugin](http://webcl.nokiaresearch.com/extensions/firefox/multiplatform/latest/webcl-1.0.xpi) in [Firefox 21](http://www.firefox.com/).

The exact nature of this Monte Carlo simulation may vary depending on what is most useful to my supervisor.

Stage 2
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Implement this on a website so that anybody can go to the website, run the JavaScript code and it would automatically add iterations to the result.

At this point the code would be useful to researchers. They could ask friends, family and co-workers to go to the website and help significantly speed up their code.

Stage 3
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Implement a method of payment, preferably through Bitcoin. Other researchers could take this idea and implement other payment/credit systems should they wish. Or simply rely on donated computer time.

Stage 4
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Make a "worker" program in which the user can add a list of trusted websites that run WebCl iterations and contain payment in Bitcoin. The code would default to the WebCl Bitcoin miner written by [Adrien Plagnol](https://bitbucket.org/dalsh/jsoclbm) if there were not more profitable computations.
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Just started btctrust.ca will be up and running in a few days.
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