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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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August 29, 2013, 09:38:29 AM
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We're going to start an online-shop where you can buy cd-keys and gemtimecodes for bitcoins. Our website is www.bit-keys.com an will lunch within the next 14 days.

I'd like to get a better insight into the commiunity, take part in technical conversations and promote our store.

Thanks,
Your Bit-Keys Team

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August 29, 2013, 08:43:41 PM
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Hi Bitcoin Forum

I have recently launched a website dedicated to help expand and stabilise bitcoin trading in an effort to make it easier to shop online using Bitcoins. The Website collects retailers who accept bitcoins and their products on one site and present a simply and easy search to help the user to the right site.

I would like to share this site with you guys to hear your feed back and suggestions. Any help finding partners or funding is much appreciated. Or if you are (or know of) a company who accept bitcoins in your shopping section, please drop us an email: info@bitbrochure.com

Thank you
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Mads Schmidt Petersen
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August 29, 2013, 09:16:36 PM
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Hi,

I am a enginire which wont to build a ASIC to LTC wich have base on the FPGA with ram and another things wich he need Wink

Also I am a miner whitch mine from 3 month. I mine on the : GPU,FPGA and ASIC.

thank you
wojenny and my TEAM
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August 30, 2013, 02:54:04 AM
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I am developing a new bitcoin daemon build to better handle large transaction volumes and better tie into popular web environments. Also developing store implementing said bitcoin daemon. It's nearly complete.

I tell you everything that is really nothing, and nothing of what is everything, do not be fooled by what I am saying. Please listen carefully and try to hear what I am not saying.
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August 30, 2013, 09:39:11 AM
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Good Day Bitfans
what a wonderful thing it is to get in on the Bitcoin boom on the ground floor anyway on topic
I am looking for other people that are working with Devcoin the new open source wikki where contributors
earn Devcoins by writing I would like to share ideas and tips for writing and using the site also I am looking
for a partner who will design websites with me
Looking forward to hearing from you

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August 30, 2013, 01:46:50 PM
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August 30, 2013, 03:31:10 PM
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yooyoyoy
how can i send private messages??

Click on the member/user you want to send a message, at the bottom of his/her profil is a button that reads message or send message.

hope it helped

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Mads Schmidt Petersen
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August 30, 2013, 04:14:25 PM
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first read https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=177133.0

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August 30, 2013, 07:02:59 PM
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Hello all, I have been working since few weeks in a Bitcoin news website in Spanish. I will release a beta version soon (in one week probably), initially it will contain/show textual translations and summaries (with attribution of course) from trajectory sites in english like Bitcoin Magazine, Coindesk, The Genesis Block and many others.

If there are anybody interested in writing opinion articles or to report any news, he/she will be welcome, especially if the news or opinion article are related to events or bussiness in Latin America.

Those interested can send me a PM (private message).

Thank you.

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August 31, 2013, 04:51:24 AM
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Hi all!  I'm working on a new bitcoin exchange for Asia that includes a rebate for market makers.  This is meant to create incentives for people to trade their bitcoins and increase its liquidity, and as far as I know, no current exchange currently offers this.  Most people are using bitcoins as investment vehicles now, but the value will only really start to rise if we can get people to use bitcoins in commerce, and this depends on having avenues for converting bitcoins to fiat and back (at least until we can transact exclusively in bitcoin).  In the long term, I want to make this exchange into the foundation of many interesting bitcoin-related projects.

The application is pretty much done and we are a week or two from having a beta version ready for testing.  I am currently developing the application with a partner who is not interested in doing this long term, so I am looking for people who would like to collaborate on further developing this exchange and other bitcoin-related applications in the future.  I'm based in Asia, and would love to help improve the ties between Asia and the broader bitcoin community.  Feel free to PM me for more information or just to say hello.
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August 31, 2013, 07:37:40 PM
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Hi,

I'm setting up a Group Buy Escrow Coordinator Service called DZ's GBEC Services hosted on this forum.

I help pre-plan, coordinate, and expedite escrowed and non-escrowed Group Buys of ASIC miner hardware pre-orders (which also includes cases, fans, PSUs). I serve as an advocate for both Group Buyers and Sellers and am an escrow affiliate at BTCrow where I can set up semi-automated Escrowed Group Buy share sells via a 2% markup for my services (with 3rd party refund and up to 120 days post-sales dispute resolution). I am attempting to set up a mesh network of vetted GBECs for speed and redundancy.

I also offer the world's cheapest Bitcoin Miner Hosting at only 2.5%, via a mesh network of vetted Bitcoin Miners with some of the world's cheapest power and bandwidth with advertising listed both here and on ebay.

Please see the first link in my sig for more details!

Mahalo!
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August 31, 2013, 08:11:58 PM
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As many will have found out, you can't simply have a website that sells stuff, even good quality stuff.
So, you need to have something which attracts people, and the best attraction is of course money itself.
You need to create something like a force multiplier, some sort of incentive for people to advertise Your site to their friends and relatives.

I've often though that offering £5 a week or month as a Cash prize to visitors, plus a percentage of your sales, maybe up to 50% or even more.

So you have a base cash prize of £5 per month, then you offer a percentage of your sales, that incentivises them to advertise your site to friends and relatives.
In addition,  advertise your site with the many many free competition sites so you will drag in their visitors too.
What I suppose you are trying to do is create  a Snowball, something which Grows and Grows, a bit like a viral video and I think the only way you can do that is to give money away free and incentivise further growth by offering a percentage of your sales that incentivises them to encourage their friends and relatives to visit your site too.
What I'm describing is of course Affiliate marketing.
Offering free money, even a small amount will definately attract extra visitors, how do you stop abuse and convert those visitors to sales, that's another question, but the first step is getting visitors and offering money, even a relatively small amount ( say £5 per month which is £60 per year ) is one of the best ways to do that.
£60 per year may sound a lot, but you can easily spend that on Google Ads.
If every Bitcoin site offered a small amount, it would attract in the Masses.

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August 31, 2013, 08:54:47 PM
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Hello fellow Bitcoiners!!

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Trade Bitcoins @ FYB-SE ---> https://www.fybse.se
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September 01, 2013, 02:21:12 AM
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If your account represents a Bitcoin business or you are a developer, please post here so we can get you into the forum beyond. State your company, project in addition to what you wish to do on the forums. We will get you whitelisted promptly.

Godspeed in your endeavors and thank you for your service!

Hi Everybody...

I am a developer and at the moment I am tasked at building an interface that allows the company that I work for to exclusively accept bitcoins. Because of security considerations I would prefer NOT to state the name of the company or the name of the project at this point. If possible, please whitelist me. Thank you in advance.

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I might be able to provide additional information outside of the scope of this forum if required...
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September 01, 2013, 02:45:03 AM
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I have been playing around with generating bitcoin vanity addresses and reading about the work being done to create potential vanity address mining pools in the spirit of bitcoin mining pools.

I am wondering what folks think about the business prospects of such an undertaking (and the potential market demand for vanity addresses).  In any case, it is a lot of fun.

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September 01, 2013, 04:49:48 AM
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  Hi,   First post - Newbie Jail /   Long time lurker..     Smiley

  I've been chatting up bitcoin to a local business  (http://kuseno.com/)  on the integration of Bitcoin to their system..
 
  At the moment, they are not sure as they have not had much exposure to bitcoin.

  If you think that the product is something a bitcoin'er would be interested in, let me know, and I'll try to keep spreading the bitcoin love...

  --  Anyway, Hope this is my substantial first newbie-jail post! --

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