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July 12, 2013, 06:40:01 AM
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Damn, I wish that I had known about this bitcoin businesses whitelist thing sooner.  

Anyhow, hi.

I believe that the path to sustainability for bitcoin is to move beyond creating new wallets and exhanges (important services, don't get me wrong), into having more and more businesses accept BTC, and more people buying real things with BTC. This is how the currency will ultimately have real value.

To that end, I've created http://coinforest.com.  The first service dedicated to organizing group buys, similar to WOOT.com.  

Group buying is powerful in the world of dollars, but has extra benefits for the world of bitcoin.

1) It can allow new companies to flirt with the bitcoin economy, without setting up a new payment processor. We'll handle the conversion.
2) It can give these companies access to a demographic that is self selected as entrepreneurial, early adopting and tech savvy
3) Because we'll only be accepting BTC, It can eventually create a short term scenario in which the best deal on an item is only available with bitcoin, giving extra incentive for new people to adopt and use bitcoin.

Cool eh?  I'm looking for vendors who can make a deep discount on a product targeted at the bitcoin community, in exchange for extra exposure, and a minimum guaranteed order.

Working on setting up to run our first deal soon.

Love, Nildram
http://coinforest.com
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July 12, 2013, 10:53:16 AM
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Hi,

I am the CEO of justcoin.com. A Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ripple exchange.
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July 12, 2013, 03:17:33 PM
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I am in the bitcoin miner business. I purchase large quantity from manufactures and resell them to the people that use them. I obviously use them myself Tongue

We are in the process of setting up the site. We currently sell the items in our ebay and amazon stores.
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July 12, 2013, 05:02:14 PM
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We are developing a gambling site for bitcoin.
Send me a PM if you are a developer and would like to offer your services.
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July 12, 2013, 06:25:59 PM
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I was actually published on Forbes today for my rambling speculation about bitcoin's recent "crash", this was written prior to the current rally.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/quora/2013/07/12/is-bitcoin-crashing-as-of-early-july-2013/
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July 13, 2013, 05:46:49 PM
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I'm a software developer with just a few years of professional experience and a background in electrical engineering.  I am just recently getting interested in bitcoin, I've dabbled in mining BTC and LTC but I'm not sure if it's worth investing in a real mining rig at this point.  I love scripting and gambling and I've been playing with a project involving a raffle bot on various gambling sites where users can buy tickets by sending the bot chips, then the bot announces the winner and pays out in chips.  Not sure if this would be profitable or if a similar well established service already exists, but I'm just starting my research.  Long live bitcoin!
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July 14, 2013, 06:47:58 AM
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I was actually published on Forbes today for my rambling speculation about bitcoin's recent "crash", this was written prior to the current rally.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/quora/2013/07/12/is-bitcoin-crashing-as-of-early-july-2013/

   Decent analysis, but you said you can't actually by anything with it. You forgot the blackmarket, bitmit, electronics and computer hardware, real estate, and and and.
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July 14, 2013, 05:59:26 PM
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We are jonesgear.com (website in development). We specialize in bitcoin mining hardware sales and are excited about what ASICs have brought to the mining community. We are in the forum to leverage the Marketsite, for both buying and selling. I expect we will also be participating in the development community - specifically in miner software and pool software development.

We are a group of honest, responsible and dedicated professionals who are committed to providing cutting edge mining gear at competitive prices.

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July 14, 2013, 07:36:28 PM
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Hi, I'm asking for whitelisting, I started a user wiki for peerbet.org, I want to announce it here on bitcointalk and in peerbet-chat.
Here is the address of the new wiki: http://peerbetwiki.3owl.com

Thanks, king regards,
KgBC alias The Brain.
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July 14, 2013, 09:11:22 PM
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I have a friend with a datacenter in Atlanta and can get super cheap hosting rates.  So I plan on offering hosting services for ASIC miners in the US in addition to selling shares for mining rig group-buys.  I've met a few non-technical business people that are interested in getting into mining but don't want to be hands on.  Would a lot of miners be interested in these services or do you think most of them are hardcore DIYers?

If anyone is interested, you can sign up at http://coinfarm.co
If we get enough interest we'll get started.  Otherwise, we'll just focus on hosting our own equipment.
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July 15, 2013, 08:46:48 PM
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I am the CEO of justcoin.com. A Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ripple exchange.

Confirmed


Thanks, I'll check it out!

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July 15, 2013, 08:50:59 PM
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I am the CEO of justcoin.com. A Bitcoin, Litecoin and Ripple exchange.

Confirmed


Thanks, I'll check it out!

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July 16, 2013, 12:39:55 AM
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I would like to request addition to the Whitelist.

We are a licensed travel agency that is developing a platform to allow travel related services to be purchased with BitCoin. In addition to customer transactions, we are focused on creating functionality that allows travel suppliers a vehicle to take payment directly via BitCoin. We are not a directory based service but rather a bridge that brings together the traveler and services like lodging, transportation, events, all inclusive resort and VIP specialty services. While we are still under development, our mission is to allow community interaction to guide us toward the best possible solution for community members.

We strongly believe in the community behind BitCoin, and other crypto-currencies, and feel it important to be as engaged in community support as much as possible, both inside and outside of our business offerings.

Thank you for your consideration,

Mike (CoinGo)
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July 16, 2013, 04:05:15 AM
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Genesis CNC would like to request addition to the Whitelist.

AR-15 and AR-10 Lower Blank Receivers for Sale.

We are accepting Orders now.

Website: www.genesisCNC.com

Contact: sales@genesiscnc.com

We accept Bitcoin though Bitpay. Currently offering a 2.5% BTC Discount Incentive.

ATF Determination Letter received and on file.

80% Billet AR-15 Lower Receiver Blank (7075-T6 aluminum)

Price (Credit Card): $155.00

Price (Bitpay): $151.12

80% Billet AR-15 Lower Receiver Blank (7075-T6 aluminum)

Price (Credit Card): $155.00

Price (Bitpay): $151.12

Product Description

80% Billet AR-15 Lower Receiver Blanks have the following features:

• 100% Made In America
- Aircraft Grade 7075-T6 aluminum billet

• Composition certifications for the 7075 Aluminum

• CNC machined to Mil-Spec Tolerances

• 5 Axis CNC machining center

• ISO 9001: 2008 and AS9100C certified factory

• EDM machined Magazine Well
o Superior Fit and Finish over forged and broached Lowers

• Carl Zeiss Contura HTG CMM used for ensuring dimensional accuracy

• Machine tumbled with inert media blast for uniform finish

• Integrated Trigger Guard

• No machining of any kind performed in the area of the trigger / hammer recess

• Completely solid and un-machined in the trigger / hammer area

• Requires specialized machining to complete 100%

The operations left to be completed: 


• Fire control group

• Trigger pin

• Hammer pin

• Trigger slot

• Safety selector hole.

This is a not an FFL item.
 
Estimated delivery is currently within 4-5 weeks.

80% Billet AR-10 Lower Receiver Blank (7075-T6 aluminum)

Price (Credit Card): $175.00

Price (Bitpay): $170.62

Product Description

80% Billet AR-10 Lower Receiver blanks have the following features:
• 100% Made In America

• Aircraft Grade 7075-T6 aluminum billet

• Composition certifications for the 7075 Aluminum

• CNC machined to Mil-Spec Tolerances

• 5 Axis CNC machining center

• ISO 9001: 2008 and AS9100C certified factory

• EDM machined Magazine Well
o Superior Fit and Finish over forged and broached Lowers

• Carl Zeiss Contura HTG CMM used for ensuring dimensional accuracy

• Machine tumbled with inert media blast for uniform finish

• Integrated Trigger Guard

• No machining of any kind performed in the area of the trigger / hammer recess

• Completely solid and un-machined in the trigger / hammer area

• Requires specialized machining to complete 100%
The operations left to be completed:
• Fire control group

• Trigger pin

• Hammer pin

• Trigger slot

• Safety selector hole.

This is a not an FFL item.

Please come visit us at our website: www.genesisCNC.com
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July 16, 2013, 05:03:05 AM
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Requesting total forum access; Wish to engage in discussions regarding Bitcoin dynamics - in particular, the economics of cryptocurrency trade and mining.

My company is American Data Farms, a complete synopsis is available on our website;

www.americandatafarms.com

Thank you
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July 16, 2013, 07:27:41 AM
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Hi, I represent  SnapSwap Ripple Gateway. We are the first USA gateway and currently we give away 1000 XRP to new clients for bank account verification (USA only).

As of today, Ripple users can make payments to Bitcoin addresses directly from their Ripple Wallets. So this promotion might be interesting for you even if you are skeptical about ripples. 

SnapSwap Ripple Gateway is a member of  The International Ripple Business Association

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July 16, 2013, 11:24:13 AM
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hi

Saludos desde España.
Estoy empezando a montar rigs por mi zona con unos amigos. Espero que vaya todo bien.
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July 17, 2013, 04:13:45 AM
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Hey, I'm a young businessman currently working on an exciting Bitcoin project to try and bring Bitcoins to the masses. Not ready to go public quite yet, but by the end of the week you should be able to all see what I'm talking about.

I would really like to see what you are working on. I am also thinking about ways to convince the mass markets to use btc. It would benefit to all of us.

For sure! you are welcome to PM me, I could start today but I like fixing small details, plus I am  not a designer
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July 17, 2013, 05:03:21 AM
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Australian Bitcoin ATM rules:


Dear AUSTRAC,

Could you please advise on a crypto-currency issue? I am contemplating
undertaking a business using an atm/kiosk to exchange AUS dollars for
crypto-currnency. Firstly, ATM's can be owned and operated by
individuals. Secondly, the ATO recently declared that crypto-currencies
are subject to taxation. These two points suggest that this venture can
be done legally. Is there any issue AUSTRAC may have?



Re: Crypto-Currency
 
Thank-you for contacting the AUSTRAC Help Desk.
 
With respect to the application of the AML/CTF Act to your business, AUSTRAC is not in a position to provide comment specifically on this issue except to say that:
1         Ultimately, a reporting entity is responsible for ensuring that it complies with the requirements of the AML/CTF Act and associated Rules.

2         It is a matter for a reporting entity to determine what its obligations are under the AML/CTF Act.

3         If you remain uncertain about whether the Act applies to your business, you may wish to obtain your own legal advice on this question.

 
The view set out above is based on AUSTRAC’s role in promoting compliance with the AML/CTF Act and to ensure competitive neutrality between reporting entities
 
If you have any further questions, please call the AUSTRAC Help Desk on 1300 021 037 or email help_desk@austrac.gov.au
 
Yours sincerely, Aaron Moore




WTF! Anybody else got any info in regards to this?
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