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August 20, 2013, 06:56:10 PM
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Cloud-Coin: http://cloud-coin.com

Cloud-Based Bitcoin wallet & marketplace with easy to use ecommerce features that anyone can use & understand.

I wish to promote my service on the forum & assist with customer support.
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August 21, 2013, 12:48:12 AM
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Hi all,

I'm an engineer who's speciality is Linux.

I have a chatline I have written that runs completely on Linux under Asterisk.  I have had it running with a small test and had over 26,000 people sign up.  All testing was successfully completed.

Upon attempting to get credit card processing everything was totally fine until I started making sales.  As you can imagine a chatline will generate them quite quickly.  I followed all compliance laws (including adding additional ones myself), in addition I even signed up to some of the big names like quest and others who are nationwide but, accept credit cards.  As sales started to quite literally roll in the processing company decided to shut off my processing (no chargebacks, no complaints, nothing).  They didn't inform me of this and I had to find out when I went to withdraw my funds to continue the operation.  Needless to say bitcoin will resolve that issue immediately.

My current dilemma is this.  I need to have hosting that isn't shoddy or skimpy, that being said the service requires about ~3 mbps constant up/down.  I've had "unlimited" hosting which is really a lie because when the call volume starts to hit 100-200 callers, it starts dropping calls, choppy, etc.  When I was able to find a host that wasn't lying these issues immediately went away and calls were easily handled up to ~350-400 at one time.  I'm looking to partner with someone who would like to take this nationwide by providing the server and the bandwidth.  I don't need any VoIP lines, or any additional programming help and DEFINITELY NO CREDIT CARD PROCESSING.  Also "bitpay" and other similar services are unnecessary because they are for the technically declined.  I can and have almost completed a payment processor plugin for this system which literally works over the phone with the customer (as long as they have bitcoins).  I have also plans in the works to make an easy method/system for them to get bitcoins because I've noticed personally how difficult it seems to get them quickly (without paying a premium for that quickness).

If anyone is interested and not a time waster then please contact me here via PM and let's get moving on this.  I'm attempting to reach out and partner with someone who's willing to help as described above or more.  Let's talk and make a deal.

keyserverDOTpgpDOTcom Is where you can find my PGP public key, just put in the same username as here and let's talk about a deal!
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August 22, 2013, 09:27:30 AM
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Hello!

    This LLC is most likely nothing new we just wanted to throw out our thoughts to hopefully get more people interested in Bitcoins;
which will inevitably get more people interested in Bitcoins...

    Here is our new website, pretty basic, but here's a direct link to the Blog.

    https://assimilatedideasllc.squarespace.com/blog/

    Obviously our audience is college students right now but we want everyone eventually to be using Bitcoins.

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August 22, 2013, 03:12:14 PM
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Greetings,

I am a programmer, mostly Java. I want to implement the Bitcoin Scholarship idea https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=236772.0. But then I realized I needed a nice donations gateway.  So currently I am working on implementing BIP 32 https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/BIP_0032 as an open source bitcoin payments gateway. Then I'll role that into a BTC scholarship website (charity). With the BIP 32 donations gateway the private keys could be held by a trustworthy entity such as the Bitcoin Foundation while the website could be built/maintained/operated by yours truly.    -- nice to meet you all!

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August 23, 2013, 06:47:20 AM
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My family has been involved in the production of fine Italian wine since generation, and I am trying to work my dad through what Bitcoin is all about, and how e can successfully extend our business by adopting it.

I can't deny that at mom dad seems to be a bit skeptical, but considering that he is at least listening and attempting to catch up with it, this is a positive sign .
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August 23, 2013, 03:38:06 PM
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I'm looking to sell these domain names:

www.coinescrow.org
www.bitchan.org

Please PM me if interested. Payment in btc/ltc or traditional methods.

Donations:
BTC - 1LQvZHoyxwcPsaNiruLtLfqaULPhyupUc9
LTC - LgpkWoRkrTJ9gHEwQGD3zSNDiXfJRTxDL7
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August 23, 2013, 04:06:16 PM
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My family has been involved in the production of fine Italian wine since generation, and I am trying to work my dad through what Bitcoin is all about, and how e can successfully extend our business by adopting it.

I can't deny that at mom dad seems to be a bit skeptical, but considering that he is at least listening and attempting to catch up with it, this is a positive sign .


Awesome! Accepting bitcoin can certainly attract an entirely new crowd of customers and lower payment processing costs. I would recommend he contact www.BitPay.com and ask them how they can help expand his business.

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August 23, 2013, 07:19:57 PM
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Managing a Bitcoin-denominated fund of funds: https://bitcoinfof.com/

We invest in other funds, ETFs, etc. We recently released a Bitcoin market index (for btct.co) as well as a Litecoin market index (litecoinglobal.com) to track the market capitalization-weighted movement of stocks.
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August 26, 2013, 05:11:38 AM
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Hello,

Myself and Govind (who will post below) are here to promote what we believe is the first bitcoin dating site: http://btcdate.com

We'll be running a promotion (paying out btc for signups) in the near future.

Thanks
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August 26, 2013, 05:20:35 AM
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I'm a co-owner of BTCDate.com and I will be helping with promotions
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August 26, 2013, 10:00:29 AM
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The newest service in the bitcoin community is here, bits4books! The site is almost ready for launch, and I'm here to help spread the word.
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August 26, 2013, 01:55:02 PM
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I`m a junior software developer, actually works with a ASP.NET e-commerce plataform and im looking for development projects accepting BTC as payment.
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August 26, 2013, 02:27:29 PM
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the newest service in the bitcoin community is here, bits4books! The site is almost ready for launch, and I'm here to help spread the word.
sounds good: new or old books?

The first live betting site for Bitcoins! - BitcoinLiveBets.com
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August 26, 2013, 02:48:05 PM
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I like bitcoin! Grin
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August 26, 2013, 03:18:44 PM
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这是什么,我是来刷帖的
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August 26, 2013, 03:25:32 PM
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many thing i'll study Wink
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August 26, 2013, 06:22:20 PM
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I'm a full-time professional iOS developer. I'm currently working on an app that I plan to post to the forums for feedback soon. It will probably be free and designed from the start for me to respond rapidly to community feedback and requests. I currently have multiple apps on the store and work for a major app publishing company (Top 100. Though I guess I'm probably not allowed to say who I work for, since this will be a personal side project. I never know what the employer rule is there...).

Looking forward to getting involved!
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August 28, 2013, 09:14:31 PM
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Looking to Hire Bitcoin Mining Expert for Contract Role with Start-up - $5,000+per month of equivalent BTC

Contract position paying $5,000+ per month

Exciting opportunity for contract position with potential to become full-time.  The role is with an Australian start-up launching a virtual bitcoin mining service.
Founder is an experienced entrepreneur, with his most recent success being a $100m+ exit from a mobile payments aggregator, which he bootstrapped from $0 to $200m+ revenue in 6 years. After a few years break the he has found a new passion with Bitcoins.  After careful analysis of the market he has identified 3 key opportunities and this startup will the first of 3, with the core business being Virtual Bitcoin Mining . I.e. purchasing, operating and distributing dividends to contract/share holders who purchase a share in the bitcoin mining farm.  

This opportunity is to be the 1st company employee with the title of 'Chief Mining Architect'(CMA).  For the right candidate, there is opportunity to become a shareholder or even potential to join as a partner for the real believers.

The core function of this role will be to perform the technical due diligence on the various bitcoin mining systems available and identify the most appropriate hardware, software and architecture to implement.  Beyond sourcing the hardware the CMA will be responsible for design, implementation and maintenance of the bitcoin mining pool.  The company has already acquired several bitcoin miners owning 2 x BFL Singles(60 GH/s ), and ordered 2 x KNC Jupiters(400 GH/s) due to arrive end of September/early October.  With $100,000 already allocated for purchase of additional hardware there is an immediate need for someone to assist in the research and acquisition of the new hardware, as well as various other technical tasks such as establishing the company online store and website.

For more information and to apply visit http://www.work4bitcoin.net/job/30/biitcoin-mining-farm-system-architect-amp-techology-manager-at-recruitment-manager.

I am the founder of this company. To find out more about me visit my linkedin profile - http://www.linkedin.com/in/shauncollopy

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August 29, 2013, 06:16:13 AM
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I run Try A Million and we working on building the largest decentralized mining grid. As project is under strict NDA's at the moment can't release information in public, but mods can PM me for further clarity.

We have been running for about 2 and a half months and have educated 100's of people on bitcoins and this amazing technology.

I haven't had so much of a need to be here before as we have a bitcoin expert who posts here a lot and participated quite a bit here.

My purpose here is to participate in GB's and learn from the wider bitcoin community about latest happenings and also add our knowledge and insights however we can.

I look forward to participating well here.


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August 29, 2013, 06:32:28 AM
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