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July 04, 2013, 04:10:00 PM
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On the other hand, what are the legal implications ( minimal requirements) in running such a business of providing transaction processing software and facilitating transaction operations between customers and businesses? ( AU,US,EU limitations?)especially AU because i am currently there ?

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In Australia APRA does not have a problem. I received this reply to an inquiry.

Dear Mr ****
 
Thank you for your email of 1 July 2013 about cryptocurrency.
 
The role of the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) is to regulate authorised deposit-taking institutions (ADIs) such as banks, credit unions and building societies and insurance companies, some superannuation funds, and friendly societies in order to promote the prudent management of financial institutions.
 
APRA has no role in the regulation of payments systems, including cryptocurrency.

 
The Payments System Board of the Reserve Bank has a mandate to contribute to promoting efficiency and competition in the payments system. For further information of industry standards and regulations can be found of the Reserve Bank’s website.
 
In addition, the Australian Payments Clearing Association is the self-regulatory body set up by the payments industry to improve the safety, reliability, equity, convenience and efficiency of the Australian payments system. You may find information published of their website to be of assistance.
 
I trust that this information will be of assistance.
 
Kind regards
 
Hannah Cole
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July 05, 2013, 12:21:58 AM
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I'm a business owner and developer of http://coinprize.com owner, please whitelist my account, thank you.

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July 05, 2013, 09:08:31 PM
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Just curious, does asking to be whitelisted actually work for anyone?

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July 06, 2013, 02:22:25 AM
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is bitcoin currency as safe and stable as the japanese yen? think about it, the second best currency of the world compared to bitcoin. if the internet was a nation it would survive a day or two. plus, the reptilian elite is definitely not in control and they will use their predator criminal instincts to take on honest bitcoin owners.
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July 06, 2013, 05:17:39 AM
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i would like to create new crypto currency in my country. hope can growth like btc.
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July 06, 2013, 11:39:39 AM
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Good good ah
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July 06, 2013, 03:20:52 PM
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I'm planning on launching a Bitcoin POS machine for physical merchants to accept bitcoin.  No name yet, still in research phase.
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July 07, 2013, 05:29:19 AM
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I'm a poker pro!!
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July 07, 2013, 03:55:21 PM
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Hopefully make BTC the preferred payment method for my small IT service company.
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July 07, 2013, 04:26:03 PM
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Hopefully make BTC the preferred payment method for my small IT service company.

Thanks for supporting the coin, hope your company does receive btc payments soon. What services is your company providing?
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July 07, 2013, 04:56:50 PM
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Just curious, does asking to be whitelisted actually work for anyone?

I have always wondered this myself. Embarrassed

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July 08, 2013, 12:35:17 AM
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Just curious, does asking to be whitelisted actually work for anyone?

I have always wondered this myself. Embarrassed
It does, yes. I've personally whitelisted a few thousand people.

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July 08, 2013, 01:00:07 AM
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I am a owner of the Bitcoin business TorATM ( http://toratm3dhalotm3f.onion ). I would appreciate a whitelist.

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July 08, 2013, 02:41:43 AM
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 Huh how come a guest can post this thread?  well if this is real then id like to give it a shot ..

i am currently busy developing a new cryptocoin ..the details i cannot yet reveal ..but having a whitelist onto the "real forum " would help
as this would be my first coin which i will need to promote aswell
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July 08, 2013, 04:28:06 AM
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I am planning to port the miner on new Intel Xeon Phi, please whitelist me, thanks a lot!
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July 09, 2013, 12:36:14 AM
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July 09, 2013, 01:10:47 AM
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I wanted to present a new Bitcoin Keychain that is in stock and on sale now at Bkeychain.com. The keychains are brass-plated with a 1-3/8" diameter. The cost is around $10, and the lowest price is for payments made using Bitcoin (to help promote the use of Bitcoin).

Below are two photos. The 1 BTC Casascius coin in the first photo is for referencing color and size (only the keychain is being sold). The second photo shows a pile of 50 keychains.

Shipping outside the U.S. will be delayed a couple days, as I work out an lingering issue with shipping. The keychains ship from Los Angeles, CA.

If you have questions or comments, please make them at a dedicated thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=251216

Thanks!

 

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July 09, 2013, 03:42:34 AM
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Hello All

First i would love to be able to post in the developers forum.....

My Business (or at least business idea) is: coming soon to http://smallgreenpiecesofpaper.com/

About me : I am a web designer/developer, of course i have a goodish working knowledge of HTML & CSS (i have been doing this job for 17 years).
I also have a reasonable knowledge with PHP/SQL (but do not class myself as a "proper programmer/coder" as i only really know PHP and basic JavaScript).
I am quiet familiar with building all types of eCommerce websites from "scratch".
Unfortunately i have little to no knowledge of Linux servers (someone else better qualified usually does this for me!).

Why i would like to post in the Developers forum:
As mentioned above, i can code most things/websites in PHP and anything in php that i dont know exactly how to code (maybe API's, etc), can usually be found on good tutorial sites of how to do, etc.

However! i dont think this is the case with BitCoin YET! and i am sure that i am not the only web developer that is searching for the "answers"
What i (and i think others) would like to know how to do, is integrate "eCommerce" sites with the BitCoin network/blockchain so that i can see when payments are made, etc.
I have seen a few API's from sites like blockchain, although i think their documentation could do with improving down to my level of knowledge as a basic web/php developer....
However i feel it would be better to not use a third party API as i dont like having to rely on them....

I think my answer is to install the bitcoin-qt client on my websites server and then run it as "bitcoind"
I have got as far as installing this on Ubuntu, but again i dont find this straight forward and no were near as simple as on a windows machine.
I have managed to install bitcoind and set up the bitcoin.conf file, but am now at the stage where i type "bitcoind" into the command line (to start running bitcoind) and now nothing happens (it may be downloading the bloackchain, but i don't know how to check if it is or not.....)

What i think would be nice is a thread in this forum, that is aimed at general web developers like me, as this will also really help with a wider adaptation of bitcoins.
If all the options could be detailed and also examples of code required to do this, that would be great and im sure would help more developers to be able to integrate their ecommerce sites better and without the need to use 3rd parties...

As people will see from the above, i am rather confused...... however one way or another i will work it out eventually and am very happy to then post on forums what i found out and the code i used to do this with. Hopefully this can then help others and help with the wider adoption of Bitcoin.

If anyone would like to offer their advice i would be VERY grateful
What i think i need to know is
1 how to install bitcoind on a remote server (not to store funds in, but so that i can easily check transactions, etc)
2 once installed how do i communicate with it (i have seen this https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/API_reference_(JSON-RPC) and understand the php parts, but again the documentations is a little short, but i will happily post any code i manage to write to this forum to help others understand it better too)
3 anything else i need to know

Looking forward to any replies and being allowed to post in other threads
Best Regards
Ford

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July 10, 2013, 12:24:39 AM
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Repost from BFL forum:   https://forums.butterflylabs.com/hardware-discussion/3752-group-buy-chips-board-production-ready-plug-usb-mining-24-32gh-s.html

Group Buy BFL Chips for Board production (Ready:Plug in-USB -Mining 24-32GH/s)
We are working on producing the PCB to mount BFL chips.
Boards would be ready to plug in the power and USB and then start mining (you will need a power supply)
Processing Power of the boards will be 24-32 GH/s (6-8 chips)

This group buy is not for buying single chips.

The finalising of the PCB will be in approx.2 weeks time.
Testing of the boards will take 1 week when chips are in our hands.

Of course, BFL ASIC chips will be the main components of the circuit.
As you can see on the BFL's announcement, minimum order is 100 chips.
I will place an order to BFL every time that the 50% of the money for the chips will be paid.
The sooner the order is placed the sooner the chips will be in our hands so the sooner the board will start mining.

About Chips Group Buy:
1)Paymet will be in BTC, but all prices will be in USD, as BFL accepts only USD for the chips
2)Terms of purchase and Considerations from BFL
3)50% of the chip cost will be due prior to the placement of the order. When the chips are ready and the final 50% is due to BFL, the remaining 50% will be due.
4)Pricing: i)Price for each chip will be 75$ ii)If you have credit chips the price will be $50, up to the number of credits that you have. If you want to buy more chips than your credits the cost will be $75
5)Board will have 6-8 chips, not finalised yet, so please do not place an order for less than 6 chips. If you place an order for 8 chips and finally 6 chips will be used 150$ (or 100$ if you have BFL credits) will be refund to you. If you place an order for 6 chips and 8 chips will be used, you will be asked to pay the difference prior to the shipment of your board.


About Boards Order and Buy:
1)Boards will be finilised in approx 2 weeks time.
2)Specifications are based on BFL parametres, which means that boards will have the maximum possible efficiency and they will not be experimental projects as many of us can do.
3)Processing Power will be 24-32 GH/s, depends on how many chips will be finally used.
4)Cost for each board will be approx 500$ (excluding the chips), with the best possible specifications for the maximum productivity.
5)The deposit for placing orders for the boards is 25$ per chip. This is 150$ for 6 chips and 200$ for 8 chips
6)You can finish with the payment of the boards when boards are ready and fully functional.
7)You are responsible for covering the shipping cost and taxes/duties on your end.

If you're interested, post in the thread.
Please, feel free to ask any questions.
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July 10, 2013, 01:08:04 AM
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Just launched a business blog focusing on the multitude of ways to make money with guides for DIY mining rigs all the way to day trading successfully. Just working my way to pay off college loans using Bitcoins and its working well.

I sell discount Gift Cards(Starbucks, Amazon, B&N, Gamestop)Media Subscriptions (Netflix, Hulu Plus, Spotify). www.EasyeGift.com
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