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May 31, 2013, 07:43:05 AM
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May 31, 2013, 08:24:04 AM
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I operate BitVapes and have a forum account for that business, but on this account I'll be posting about my new bitcoin store - Bitcoin Hats
Great news, long time vaper here.

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May 31, 2013, 01:31:12 PM
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Hi,

Please make me whitelisted. We have a project to publish. The site is http://btcfarseer.com.

All are welcome ! Grin

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May 31, 2013, 01:33:27 PM
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Hi,

Please make me whitelisted. We have a project to publish. The site is http://btcfarseer.com.

All are welcome ! Grin

Just noticed that I can post new topics in other parts of the forums now. Thanks.

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May 31, 2013, 02:52:49 PM
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I am a developer trying to develop muli-coin key and wallet management tools.
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May 31, 2013, 04:40:44 PM
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I'm very close to releasing an automated bitcoin escrow service at: https://coinguard.org <-- check it out and give me your feedback.

My intentions are to work closely with the community to build features, bugs, improvements, and trust overall.

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This could be really useful Smiley Simple UI +1 CoinGuard

Anyone tested this? Do you have another thread?

I haven't had any forum members test it yet, but I'm working very closely with my developer to get a few small tweaks implemented to the code before I start a beta test thread. 

I'm very close to releasing an automated bitcoin escrow service at: https://coinguard.org <-- check it out and give me your feedback.

My intentions are to work closely with the community to build features, bugs, improvements, and trust overall.

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Is it opensource? Will you do a test release? How about security?
Would be great service...

Yes its based on the open source code from bitescrow.org which is translated from the casascius escrow utility tool and escrow scheme draft. I will do a beta release on the forums first before launching, and for security we won't be holding any bitcoins on hand or on the server.

Thanks Im hoping so Smiley the bitcoin community and ecosystem in general would benefit from an easy to use service like this for escrow transactions.

the 4 step offer no protection to the seller as he only handle step 2. the interesting part is when something is wrong, that is in fact why you use escrow. pease make the fak and how it work link work with explanation. at this level of detail I run away!

I would think it provides much more protection than there currently is for both parties involved, and we are working on a system to handle disputes efficiently. Absolutely we will make the faq and how it works links active with lots of explanation it's important that the process is easily understandable for many people. It's one of my goals.
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May 31, 2013, 04:51:48 PM
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selling items on bitmit adding more daily. http://bitmit.net/en/user/uk1/?ref=5540
freeshipping on most items
Feel free to message me if you need anything or have any questions.
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May 31, 2013, 05:51:34 PM
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I am working on putting together a bitcoin sports betting and casino game site. 

www.bitsaloon.com

It's just getting off the ground, but any feedback or questions are more than welcome!

Cheers,

Kevin
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May 31, 2013, 10:02:17 PM
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I run and own http://bitvisit.com

Bitvisit offers a fun way to earn bitcoins by viewing other websites.

In addition advertisers can advertise very inexpensively to an audience that has a BitCoin Wallet.



I also am available for custom php programming and development online for companies who wish to accept bitcoins.
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BitVisit is a fun place to earn BitCoins for viewing websites, and a great place to advertise your BitCoin website to people who have a BitCoin wallet! Best of all you decide what you want to pay per visit!
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June 01, 2013, 12:41:28 AM
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I just started the research, but does anyone know of any catalogs or stores (revision control systems) that sell or other present a listing bitcoin programs, scripts, and systems?

I'd very interested in starting one for 3rd party developers, sellers, and resellers.

I appreciate you guys time.

Thanks,

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June 01, 2013, 02:00:07 PM
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Hey,

I have business idea in investment (ca 200k USD) in ASIC minner. Is there any great fundamental and technical analyst?
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June 01, 2013, 08:01:40 PM
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Hi I am a PHP dev 10+years , here to see if there is a possibility to make some business  and help BTC community in any means I can afford.
Currently trying to figure out how CPU/GPU cycles added value to BitCoin from 0 to $125  Huh and to figure out if ASIC will help strengthen BTC and how much BTC is immune to large scale massive mining
BTW I am from Serbia so anyone near by that wants to invest in BTC mining / BTC projects I would be glad to jump in for ~20K Euro
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June 01, 2013, 08:23:15 PM
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Hi,

my company is producing ASIC miners. Would you mind moving my post to the right section and then get me whitelisted, so i`m allowed to answer questions in my thread?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=222851.0

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Tom
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June 02, 2013, 05:46:25 AM
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We're interested in establishing a business grounded in providing helpful information and guidance to the layman interested in investing in the bitcoin market (you can call it a trust fund). We'd like to have a website built and moderated ASAP; wherein we'll manage a blog that our investors can reference to learn more about the day-to-day activities within bitcoin's economy. Before long they should look no further than the television news, but a blog will suffice for a multitude of needs.

In addition to those services, we've set goals to establish a business that can be funded initially by private investors, followed by an IPO on the GLBSE. More to come from that.  Wink

Thanks for considering us businesses!

Coinvestor Team

Ccoinvestor, have you been able to find a savy web developer? If you do, can you also let me know who that is. I am looking for someone who is credible to work on a project I have in mind as well.
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June 02, 2013, 05:57:03 AM
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Hello Bitcointalk and the larger bitcoin community,

  My name is Evan Alan Evans, or simply just Alan.  I've been following btc since May of 2011 and just now entering the forum community.  Btc is extremely exciting! 

  I'm a film-maker with Filament Features located in Hollywood, CA and I also fancy myself as an entrepreneur who's looking to start my first business this year. 

  On of the main reasons I'm on this board is to bounce ideas, share projects that I'm involved with, to make new friends/business contacts and to explore the growing world of bitcoin. 

Wishing everyone the up most best,

Alan
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June 02, 2013, 06:10:58 AM
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Hello Bitcointalk and the larger bitcoin community,

  My name is Evan Alan Evans, or simply just Alan.  I've been following btc since May of 2011 and just now entering the forum community.  Btc is extremely exciting! 

  I'm a film-maker with Filament Features located in Hollywood, CA and I also fancy myself as an entrepreneur who's looking to start my first business this year. 

  On of the main reasons I'm on this board is to bounce ideas, share projects that I'm involved with, to make new friends/business contacts and to explore the growing world of bitcoin. 

Wishing everyone the up most best,

Alan
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Hi Alan,

It seems as though everyone these days are getting back into the BTC community. Have you been mining or simply investing in BTCs?
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June 02, 2013, 06:20:13 AM
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Hi Alan,

It seems as though everyone these days are getting back into the BTC community. Have you been mining or simply investing in BTCs?

Minor speculation at this point.  I wanted to get a "feel" for it before I came out condoning it.  However after seeing the survivalist spirit of btc in the face of so much aversion, I'm quite inspired.  This p2p currency can be applied to many applications. 

BTCGaga, how long have you been in and what's your position (mine/spec/business)?

-Alan
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June 02, 2013, 07:21:00 AM
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Thanks
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June 02, 2013, 07:26:57 AM
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Hi Alan,

It seems as though everyone these days are getting back into the BTC community. Have you been mining or simply investing in BTCs?

Minor speculation at this point.  I wanted to get a "feel" for it before I came out condoning it.  However after seeing the survivalist spirit of btc in the face of so much aversion, I'm quite inspired.  This p2p currency can be applied to many applications. 

BTCGaga, how long have you been in and what's your position (mine/spec/business)?

-Alan
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Alan,

I am interested in mining and doing business related apps with BTC. I am on the forum to learn more about different developments and to connect to talented individuals who have a can-do attitude.
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June 02, 2013, 07:32:10 AM
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Hi Alan,

It seems as though everyone these days are getting back into the BTC community. Have you been mining or simply investing in BTCs?

Minor speculation at this point.  I wanted to get a "feel" for it before I came out condoning it.  However after seeing the survivalist spirit of btc in the face of so much aversion, I'm quite inspired.  This p2p currency can be applied to many applications. 

BTCGaga, how long have you been in and what's your position (mine/spec/business)?

-Alan
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