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Author Topic: Bitcoin Businesses and Developers, Let's Get Started!  (Read 282124 times)
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September 26, 2013, 07:31:25 PM
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Hello! King of Logic, Emperor of Insanity here. I am a staff over at BitVegas. I specialize in Public Relations, Customer service, and lateral thinking.

I am currently working on a project called MNbitcoins, a page dedicated to getting more places in minnesota (my home state) to start accepting Bitcoin, and a clearing house for news regarding minnesota economics with a focus on Bitcoin.


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September 27, 2013, 05:00:56 AM
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My auction site allows users to buy & sell games & software with Bitcoins via Coinbase. www.halfpricedigital.com Users can also buy & sell with PayPal for fiat.    EU citizens can even sell software with a TOS/EULA forbidding resale thanks to the UsedSoft v. Oracle ruling.

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September 27, 2013, 04:33:26 PM
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I'm thinking about another BTCitcoin registered trading type site, along the lines on BitcoinFridge, for those who know it,

Original post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=303560.0, thanking you Smiley.

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September 27, 2013, 05:42:16 PM
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I'm a developer for 12+ years now. This is what I'm good at:

Back-end development
On the Windows platform:
  • .Net Web Forms/Windows Forms
  • .Net MVC 4
  • .Net C#
  • SQL Server
  • Umbraco CMS
  • RavenDb

On the Unix/Linux platform:
  • PHP
  • MySql

Desktop application development
Multi platform:

Front-end development
Scripting
  • HTML3.2 (for mailings)
  • XHTML
  • HTML5
  • CSS2/3
  • JavaScript
  • jQuery

Graphics
  • theGIMP
  • Photoshop
  • InkScape

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September 29, 2013, 07:44:42 AM
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Offering web development and application development. Capable of: PHP, C#, Java, C, Assembly (who uses assembly anymore?).
I'm also pretty good at web design too.

how could we get in contact regarding your offer and skills? I am new and can only post here right now if I understood it right.
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September 29, 2013, 05:29:45 PM
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Hi there, been doing some btc exchange, but now looking to move outside of the exchanges. Been an occasional reader here for a while, but now planning on having a look for any suitable domains Smiley
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September 29, 2013, 06:23:57 PM
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Posted about this in the general newbie section, but this is probably a better spot!

Today marks the soft launch of Bitcoin Buyer's Club , which aims to be a super simple solution for buying bitcoins. They're made available on a weekly(ish) basis... emphasis on "soft" launch. I want to tip toe into building a genuine community of customers, and build a reputation as a supplier. www.BitcoinBuyersClub.com

And I know that won't happen until a few brave souls test us out, have a positive experience, and begin spreading the word.

So you're not going to see a bunch of ads all over facebook (yet), or marketing blasting the forums (ever). Once we're rockin' and rollin' we can set up a thread just for BitBC and go from there.

As a thanks, for anyone who places an order and mentions the forum when locking in the price, I can knock 2% off of Mt. Gox pricing. For the mean time at least, until we get our rhythm going.

I hope this post isn't too "markety"! Welcoming your thoughts.

Sincerely,

Clyde
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September 29, 2013, 06:35:24 PM
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I have been building a site for the last 6 months, for membership and rewards, called TagBond. At the moment it offers closed loop rewards currency, but we are working this week on adding wallets for convertible open loop currencies and crypto currencies will be the first to be added. We are based in the Philippines and going through the process of becoming EMI Licensed with the Central Bank (requires USD2.5m paid up capital), so we can issue our own currency that can be used in cashless transactions, either via the reward system or using NFC cards, bracelets, stickers, smartphones, or via SMS.

I am also building another site that co exists with TagBond, called TagCash - this site will use the same DB, and will enable micro transactions, escrow, merchant processing, and peer to peer sales and auctions of crypto currencies. Thinking through ideas now about to make web wallets more secure offline...

One of our options at the moment is creating a fully mined crypto currency that we sell as rewards points that can be used across all communities, exchanged for BTC, or LTC. I am not fully convinced this is worth it, but still considering it. The worlds first truly convertible rewards currency perhaps? Or do we just use what is out there already...

There is a full APi already up, and although it is a beta site, it is live, and we are making changes every couple of days to improve and add features. Any feedback most welcome, especially with regards to BitCoin and other currencies used as rewards. We also have a beta android mobile app up on the site, which we update every 2 or 3 days - one of the cool things you can do with the app is bind any RFID or NFC card to your online ID, your community or your tagvert using Samsung NFC or similar phones.

Some people may know of me as the founder and owner of vtc.com...

Anyway, any constructive criticism most welcome...

cheers

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September 29, 2013, 08:44:32 PM
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Could an moderator please upgrade our account so we're able to announce a service on the Service Announcements and Alternate cryptocurrencies forums?


Thanks,
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September 30, 2013, 11:38:59 AM
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Ive read this too late, else i wouldnt have posted the other thread.

The www.greenvillegardening.ch Growshop, located in Switzerland is offering its whole product range to bitcoin payers as we believe in that alternative system. Our product descriptions lack complete english translation but we are working on it at the moment and our staff will gladly assist you.
A bitcoin payment module is implemented and customers can easy pick it amongst the other payment methods.

Hope you have fun and that more other vendors join the cause!

p.s: if you run a OS e-commerce and got questions about implementing the module i can connect you to our programmer as i got no idea about the technical part.

Growshop accepting Bitcoins: www.greenvillegardening.ch
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September 30, 2013, 11:32:34 PM
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Hello,

im James Morton, the CEO of https://bitcoinera.net/ a bitcoin wallet that pays 6% interest and makes investing in bitcoin really easy.

I will try to be active in the forums as much as i can.
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October 01, 2013, 04:58:48 AM
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I've recently announced BitTrust, a project that provides data and reviews on Bitcoin services. You can post and promote a business that you currently own or enjoy that's not listed, or rate a business and let others know if you had a good experience.

The ultimate goal is to make bitcoins more widely accepted and comfortable to use for average consumers--right now there is an aura of distrust and sketchiness that comes when browsing Bitcoin websites. Hopefully our website can help people know who they can trust.

Besides reviews, the website also hosts other data such as screenshots, recent transactions, and known associated public bitcoin addresses. In the future I hope to calculate further associated addresses (which originate from the same inputs) to collect more data about each service.

I'm very open to hearing suggestions so please let me know if there's anything to improve or fix on the site! http://www.bittrust.org
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October 02, 2013, 11:34:07 AM
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booze4bitcoin.eu is soon opening its doors for bitcoin community. We are just waiting for approval from BitPay.

Account is for handling public relations and providing annoucements.

Thank you
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October 02, 2013, 08:06:30 PM
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im now so Long a member, but i cant post somewhere else than here,is this normal?
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October 07, 2013, 08:03:19 AM
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Hello, I'll be using this account as the official company account of getBspendB. An old thread regarding the service: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=224952.0;all
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October 07, 2013, 09:53:19 AM
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Hey there,

I'm SquashJ and I'm a web developer proficient in building dynamic websites using JavaScript, PHP and MySQL. Further, I am strongly interested in network security and cryptography, with some practical knowledge and experience in both fields. I'm UK-based, and I am currently studying an IT course at a college of further education, the first year of which I have already completed. During this period, I have achieved a Merit grade in both Website Design Strategy and Website Production. Alongside these units and others, achieved a Pass grade in Client Side Customisation of Web Pages and Computer Networks.

I have been enthusiastic about computers and the Internet since I was young, and learned how to program and develop websites in my own time. I don't have a portfolio or any previous work to show off because this is the first time that I'm actually publicly offering my services as a web developer. Most of my time applying my skills has been spent working on private projects and tools to save me time, although I have experience developing fully-functional websites. My strengths are developing back-end systems and integrating them into the front-end, although I am also proficient in HTML and CSS.

Due to my lack of portfolio or any real credibility, I am of course willing to initially develop websites at a price substantially lower than that of which you may usually pay.

If you have any queries, please feel free to send me a private message!

Thank you,
SquashJ
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October 07, 2013, 01:05:22 PM
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Hello from Bali Island, Indonesia.

I recently launched http://RoastStation.com - a unique coffee experience for fellow bitcoiners.

We're trying to prove with our small-scale "fresh roasted coffee from the source" business that Bitcoin can motivate local food producers to provide a higher quality product and raise their standard of living by allowing them to reach / sell to a global market at higher prices.

(Mainly by helping them skip at least some of the many layers of middlemen between farm and end-consumer present in the current red-tape and corruption-ridden fiat currency system).

My theory is that there is enough interest in the bitcoin community to validate our "proving ground project" as a viable business model that can then be replicated and scaled.

Would love to engage the community here - introduce them to our product and our project and see how we can help each other.

Sincerely,
JB Allen
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WOT PROFILE (http://b-otc.com/vrd?nick=javanomad)
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October 07, 2013, 05:22:19 PM
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Hey everyone,
I'm Umbrel, developer and bitcoin admirer.

Couple weeks ago I've launched my new project: http://www.spend-a-bit.com

It allows to top up prepaid mobile phones in 100+ countries worldwide using Bitcoins!
More services coming soon!
Long term goal is to provide thousands of online services available to pay by bitcoins.

It's really hard to cashout or pay, using Bitcoins now, especially outside of US.
And existing merchants are all hosting companies or coffee shops. Here we come!
Hope it may be useful to you!

We're still in a beta period, so comments, suggestions, advices are highly appreciated!

Kind regards, Umbrel.

Mobile Top up using Bitcoin in 120+ countries worldwide
https://www.piiko.com
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October 07, 2013, 06:06:20 PM
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I just launched BulkSource.me, a site for crowdfunding bulk hardware orders such as ASIC chips which normally require 100-10,000 orders at a time, currently in its registration phase, more info and product campaigns coming in a few days!

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October 07, 2013, 11:56:29 PM
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We created UnoWallet, a free instant bitcoin wallet, which we felt was much needed after the sad demise of instawallet.
UnoWallet is essentially a URL-wallet, with a slight twist Wink
This is planned to be forever free so donations are welcome.

UnoWallet development team. uno-wallet dot com
Donations: 1Dy1wtPbQb2u89VzzGrjN2CH4PTuTth47J
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