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June 12, 2013, 11:26:55 AM
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Here is my business.
440MHS FPGA and 330MHS USB miner.
Welcome to order, and Escrow is ensured.
http://www.aliexpress.com/supplier-fm/wholesale-products/218212315-productlist.html
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June 12, 2013, 12:21:32 PM
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Moderate time lurker, first time registering, and I never realised how hard this newbie wait period would be! It's quite a sufferance.

There are a couple of threads in other boards which I really would like to be able to respond to and provide advice to other people having issues with cudaminer, etc. If someone could see their way to authorising me I'd be stoked.

Business concepts and so on are to be dreamed up. There are a couple of web-based things I have in the works, but nothing worth screaming about as yet.

Thanks to whomever heeds this!

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June 12, 2013, 02:50:16 PM
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I love the idea, but geography is a slight concern for me, as I'm in the UK.

  Hmm, I am located in Germany but starting the business in Seattle, where I'm from. I would like to work in Europe too, but I simply don't have the contacts here. If you are really motivated, though, we can make it happen.
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June 12, 2013, 03:23:14 PM
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Hi there [:

Moderate time lurker, first time registering, and I never realised how hard this newbie wait period would be! It's quite a sufferance.

There are a couple of threads in other boards which I really would like to be able to respond to and provide advice to other people having issues with cudaminer, etc. If someone could see their way to authorising me I'd be stoked.

Business concepts and so on are to be dreamed up. There are a couple of web-based things I have in the works, but nothing worth screaming about as yet.

Thanks to whomever heeds this!

-BlIiTtZz
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June 12, 2013, 06:42:16 PM
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My company his decided on accepting the new alt coin Stable coin for a time.  Come visit...  http://jaysjerkyandgoodies.com
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June 12, 2013, 08:39:15 PM
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Greetings!  I'm responsible for the tech at a company based in Arizona that is trying to basically become the biggest consignment business in the world.  I know, never set your sights too low... Smiley  So far we have two physical stores that are each about 70,000 square feet - and they're filled with all kinds of items, from server racks to washing machines, to power tools, to furniture, to art.  Currently we have over 200,000 items (we add about 5,000 a week), most of which are obviously used, but we do get new items as well from time to time.  We already do a ton of business locally, and we're integrated into eBay, Amazon, etc - but I've been pushing and so we're going to start experimenting with how to use Bitcoin both in our stores, as well as online, so people can purchase anything we have.  I'll post more on the appropriate forum, but if you're interested in seeing what one of our stores looks like, here's a video we shot recently:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oibjkpYb_oI
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June 13, 2013, 12:04:56 AM
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Great to see so many businesses and developers embracing BTC! Smiley
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June 13, 2013, 12:42:53 AM
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Hi there [:

Moderate time lurker, first time registering, and I never realised how hard this newbie wait period would be! It's quite a sufferance.

There are a couple of threads in other boards which I really would like to be able to respond to and provide advice to other people having issues with cudaminer, etc. If someone could see their way to authorising me I'd be stoked.

Business concepts and so on are to be dreamed up. There are a couple of web-based things I have in the works, but nothing worth screaming about as yet.

Thanks to whomever heeds this!

-BlIiTtZz


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June 13, 2013, 03:30:00 AM
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Hi BTC enthusiasts!

We are proud to become members of this forum and to make the announcement that our BTCitcoin broking service will be opening shortly.

bitXoin allows you to purchase BTCitcoins using cash at most of the leading banks in Australia and New Zealand.

http://img11.imageshack.us/img11/6312/toohard.jpg

Please visit our landing page to register and send us a message if you wish! All BTCtalk.org members will obtain preferential processing and reduced fee's so please submit your handle if desired!

To obtain your BTCitcoins from bitXoin (once we open):

1. visit our website at bitXoin com and click 'Buy BTCitcoins'

2. Order the number of coins you desire and receive an order confirmation code

3. Make deposit using cash over the counter at your local bank branch (don't forget to use the order confirmation code)

4. Sit-back and wait for us to send you BTCitcoins, and then you can spend spend spend!!

Once again, please take a moment to register your details to keep up to date with all the launches and releases soon to follow!

Thanks for your attention from all the developers and staff here at team bitXoin
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June 13, 2013, 06:19:09 PM
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Salut, bitcoiners!

We are developing e-shop where possible to purchase bitcoins easily: https://money2btc.com
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June 14, 2013, 02:26:39 AM
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We are a  business learning about  bitcoins in a hope to create trust funds based on bitcoins and possibly other altcoins later on. Will be creating website to offer investment..
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June 14, 2013, 02:37:57 AM
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Salut, bitcoiners!

We are developing e-shop where possible to purchase bitcoins easily: https://money2btc.com

Lick Pay... SWEET !

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June 14, 2013, 11:42:19 AM
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I'm a software developer, mostly building web applications with perl, python and js.  I've done quite a bit of linux system administration, and am working on some tools for controlling, monitoring and collecting statistics on miners at the moment.

If you see this and want to chat about feasibility of any project, I'm always open to discussion.  I may be open for hire as well, depending on my interest in the project.

Thanks for helping me get out of the newbie forum.
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June 14, 2013, 04:12:16 PM
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New here. Would like to develop win-win arrangements with like minded folks.
My interests include geopolitically based vps, rolling bots, forex, precious metals.
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June 14, 2013, 09:19:16 PM
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For what it's worth, I'm a licensed architect practicing in Colorado and Texas, and I accept bitcoin.  Recently, I got a small side job drafting up a simple home remodel floorplan and am being paid 5 BTC!  I love it!

nice!~i'm a Landscape designer located in California...i'm happy to accept cryptocoins !!!!~~~~how do you get the word out? ;-) tia!

Getting the word out is the biggest challenge for me.  None of my current clients have any clue about bitcoin, so I'm left with putting ads up on Craigslist, architecture for bitcoins, lol.  In my field most jobs are repeat business from established clients, so I'm not really sure how to branch out and start a dedicated BTC architecture business.

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June 14, 2013, 09:39:10 PM
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For what it's worth, I'm a licensed architect practicing in Colorado and Texas, and I accept bitcoin.  Recently, I got a small side job drafting up a simple home remodel floorplan and am being paid 5 BTC!  I love it!

nice!~i'm a Landscape designer located in California...i'm happy to accept cryptocoins !!!!~~~~how do you get the word out? ;-) tia!

Getting the word out is the biggest challenge for me.  None of my current clients have any clue about bitcoin, so I'm left with putting ads up on Craigslist, architecture for bitcoins, lol.  In my field most jobs are repeat business from established clients, so I'm not really sure how to branch out and start a dedicated BTC architecture business.

Thats where we come in. We are a full service marketing and public relations firm that is looking to work with bitcoin businesses in helping them not only reach out to bitcoin customers but to their current customer base as well.
We can help any company or individual get the word out using traditional advertising or public relations techniques. PM us and we can get into more detail about what we can do specifically to help with your companies needs.
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June 14, 2013, 10:09:48 PM
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For what it's worth, I'm a licensed architect practicing in Colorado and Texas, and I accept bitcoin.  Recently, I got a small side job drafting up a simple home remodel floorplan and am being paid 5 BTC!  I love it!

nice!~i'm a Landscape designer located in California...i'm happy to accept cryptocoins !!!!~~~~how do you get the word out? ;-) tia!

Getting the word out is the biggest challenge for me.  None of my current clients have any clue about bitcoin, so I'm left with putting ads up on Craigslist, architecture for bitcoins, lol.  In my field most jobs are repeat business from established clients, so I'm not really sure how to branch out and start a dedicated BTC architecture business.

Start listing your business in all the bitcoin directories...
I wouldnt start dedicated BTC, but slowly introduce it.
There are some great videos on how one business started it (he was a doctor)
The media will help you by making people aware of Bitcoins and if some already trade in it and you are listed.. you will get that business.
I do SEO and marketing and I dont think investing in a marketing campaign is good at this stage, simply because you need to convince people how to use bitcoin...
Bitcoin has to market itself, so just make sure your listed in Bitcoin directories now and it will hopefully prove beneficial  Wink

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June 15, 2013, 12:14:29 AM
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These all look pretty cool, thanks for them
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June 15, 2013, 11:22:46 AM
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I haven't started a Bitcoin business per se, but I have written a paper with a formal proposal for a Peer-to-peer coin based business. I have already sent the paper to the PPC developers. I am now going to share the paper with the world to get the idea going.

I am still in newbie lockdown for about another 30 minutes, but after that, I will post the paper to the appropriate PPC thread of Bitcointalk. Here is the paper: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cqaupq6sejv99wr/pr_8U-iBN1/RaisingTheVisibilityAndAdoptionOfPpcoin.pdf
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June 15, 2013, 02:39:22 PM
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For what it's worth, I'm a licensed architect practicing in Colorado and Texas, and I accept bitcoin.  Recently, I got a small side job drafting up a simple home remodel floorplan and am being paid 5 BTC!  I love it!

nice!~i'm a Landscape designer located in California...i'm happy to accept cryptocoins !!!!~~~~how do you get the word out? ;-) tia!

Getting the word out is the biggest challenge for me.  None of my current clients have any clue about bitcoin, so I'm left with putting ads up on Craigslist, architecture for bitcoins, lol.  In my field most jobs are repeat business from established clients, so I'm not really sure how to branch out and start a dedicated BTC architecture business.

Thats where we come in. We are a full service marketing and public relations firm that is looking to work with bitcoin businesses in helping them not only reach out to bitcoin customers but to their current customer base as well.
We can help any company or individual get the word out using traditional advertising or public relations techniques. PM us and we can get into more detail about what we can do specifically to help with your companies needs.

I appreciate that and will keep it in mind, but at this point I don't believe a marketing campaign would provide me a great enough return to offset the cost to get it running.  But in the future who knows..?

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