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July 27, 2011, 02:36:11 PM
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I'm a rookie iOS developer. I've been working on an app that allows you to view multiple BTC markets and multiple pools.
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July 27, 2011, 03:12:48 PM
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Greetings!

I am a well-connected fully-trusted freelance technology and investment consultant.
I am an Entrepreneur with a "Co-op" Triple-Bottom Line philosophy and a Utopian Philanthropist vision.

I am looking for a local (Tampa Bay, FL, US) Miner/Dev to Partner with in a well funded Mining Operation.
If I, (We), can prove this concept to my Investors, then We can rapidly scale to 10 or 20+ rigs.

Lets not let this opportunity go unrealized by trying to do it all alone!

Let's Make It Happen!

Thank You for Being You,

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July 27, 2011, 08:13:08 PM
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We are developing Merchant Solutions for the bitcoin currency.  Check out the website at

https://bit-pay.com

BitPay : The World Leader in Bitcoin Business Solutions

https://bitpay.com

Does your website accept bitcoins?
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July 27, 2011, 09:23:58 PM
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I am developing a "Reading Fee" spec to define an email header that allows the receiver to have money transferred from the sender to the receiver.  BTC is an ideal currency, assuming it maintains its usefulness as a medium of exchange, because it requires no clearinghouse.

I also have questions, which I can probably answer on my own with independent study, but which might intrigue someone here and start a discussion or a business and possibly create some jobs.  Here they are:

1. Is it possible to enable someone to take bitcoin from your wallet, but also enable them to relinquish that ability in a way that is apparent to you?  For my "Reading Fee" spec, the ability would be for a specific amount, but the question is also interesting for "a limited amount" and also "all of it".

2. Is it feasible to create transactions that can be reversed by the spender for a specific amount of time?  Wouldn't this serve as a built-in escrow feature?

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July 28, 2011, 07:10:48 AM
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Hi,

Just came across this concept and Im an advocate.

Accepting bitcoins here

http://BigIQs.com

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July 28, 2011, 10:53:20 AM
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Hei!

We just opened new Bitcoin connected business: gold2bitcoins.com

I made new topic about it in newbies forum (http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=32523.0) but would also like to post it to the forum beyond.

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July 28, 2011, 12:27:14 PM
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I am developing a "Reading Fee" spec to define an email header that allows the receiver to have money transferred from the sender to the receiver.  BTC is an ideal currency, assuming it maintains its usefulness as a medium of exchange, because it requires no clearinghouse.

I also have questions, which I can probably answer on my own with independent study, but which might intrigue someone here and start a discussion or a business and possibly create some jobs.  Here they are:

1. Is it possible to enable someone to take bitcoin from your wallet, but also enable them to relinquish that ability in a way that is apparent to you?  For my "Reading Fee" spec, the ability would be for a specific amount, but the question is also interesting for "a limited amount" and also "all of it".

2. Is it feasible to create transactions that can be reversed by the spender for a specific amount of time?  Wouldn't this serve as a built-in escrow feature?

I can't see the value in point 2. Buyer pays for goods and receives them then reverses the payment, where is the sellers security?

No idea about q1 I think you may be in the wrong thread.


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July 28, 2011, 07:28:59 PM
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I also have questions, which I can probably answer on my own with independent study, but which might intrigue someone here and start a discussion or a business and possibly create some jobs.  Here they are:

1. Is it possible to enable someone to take bitcoin from your wallet, but also enable them to relinquish that ability in a way that is apparent to you?  For my "Reading Fee" spec, the ability would be for a specific amount, but the question is also interesting for "a limited amount" and also "all of it".

2. Is it feasible to create transactions that can be reversed by the spender for a specific amount of time?  Wouldn't this serve as a built-in escrow feature?
Two choices:
1) Give the private key for an address that has the coins.
2) Use the scripting system to do what you want to accomplish.

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July 28, 2011, 09:08:04 PM
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I'm store owner thats looking to learn more about Bitcoin. I have a small online head shop and I've recently had lots of problems with conventional payment methods (paypal). I hope I'm looking in the right place for an alternative.
 If anybody has had any experience with selling retail items for Bitcoin hit me up and give me some advice.
I've heard about recent changes with Dwolla. TradHill and another isn't accepting dwolla anymore. Is there another compnay like dwolla that they are using?
I'm already accepting dwolla on my site but I like the idea of accepting Bitcoin as well.
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July 28, 2011, 09:10:58 PM
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Hi. I'd like to start a business selling digital copies of video games for bitcoins. I don't have a site but I plan on getting one soon.

I plan on negotiating prices in Bitcoin with buyers for legitimate, permanent copies of Steam games.

Like my avatar? If you want me to make you an avatar from any YouTube clip, I'll make one for .25 BCT Wink
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July 29, 2011, 01:50:37 AM
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Im making band posters and with the extras, i'll be selling them for bitcoins on my website or blog. Is there any kind of payment set up i need to include on my blog to do this?
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July 29, 2011, 03:52:30 AM
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Nice forum,

I own a dev co working on multiple bitcoin projects,what kind of products do bitcoin users want to see on the market?  Would more people buy bitcoin if it were easier, like with a credit card?

Thanks,
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July 29, 2011, 08:36:52 AM
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I'm looking to start selling my paintings, illustrations, and prints for bitcoins. Plain & simple.

http://albertovilla.carbonmade.com/projects/3138261#9
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July 29, 2011, 09:03:08 AM
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I'm looking to start selling my paintings, illustrations, and prints for bitcoins. Plain & simple.

http://albertovilla.carbonmade.com/projects/3138261#9

Really excited about this: you've got some great stuff!
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July 29, 2011, 11:39:41 PM
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Hey,

I'm a freelance programmer and didn't see this topic so I posted in the other topic as well.
I just made this already for bitcoin: http://www.lavix.nl/casino/index.php and I'm planning on other casino games as well.
I'm not sure if freelance also should be posted here, so I did it anyway  Cheesy

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July 30, 2011, 12:40:33 AM
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Hello.

I am in the middle of opening Pandora's Bitcoin Junction.

The link to the current thread is http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=31281.0

I did not see this thread at first. Is it also possible to have the thread moved from newbie to another forum in here?

Thank you.

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July 30, 2011, 03:19:52 AM
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I would like to issue bitcoin  bonds in sovereign currencies that mature in bitcoins.
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July 31, 2011, 03:25:15 AM
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Hi!

I'm a webdeveloper with a lot of time on my hand the next months, and I'd like do build something (a webservice maybe) that the bitcoin community can use. If someone has any ideas, please don't hesitate to contact me Smiley

The community desperately needs a fully function set of eCommerce plugins for WHMCS and HostBill to get BitCoin usable as a viable currency for buying goods and services.

Can you do that?

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July 31, 2011, 06:22:39 AM
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Interesting too see so many business accept BTC.
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July 31, 2011, 11:48:59 AM
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We are running an IT services and hosting company since 4 years now, based in EU.

We are now accepting bitcoins in a fully automated way for our SSL certificates, Domain Names, Shared hosting and VPS orders.

https://manager.synalabs.com/accounts/cart.php?gid=11&language=English&currency=3

3GH/s - 3x6990 2x5850 - Shared hosting, VPS, SSL, Domain names - Accepting bitcoins
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