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November 07, 2013, 11:40:55 PM
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I'm a long-time developer- professional experience in many languages, but very skilled at Ruby, JavaScript (+node). Lots of experience in security and cryptography.

I **REALLY** want to build or help build utilities and services to advance the use of Bitcoin

PM me if you have a project in mind or need help! Always willing to help and offer guidance, etc.
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November 08, 2013, 12:21:45 AM
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Hello, I am part of a team of developers who have developed a new bitcoin poker game. I just discovered this remarkable forum community today and joined. Our website is currently closed to the public until the game is released, sometime in Nov. I look forward to making some friends in this community.
Cheers!
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November 08, 2013, 03:18:57 AM
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Hello, I'm a small bussines owner in Venezuela and I'm looking for a long term bitcoin provider, due to currency exchange restrictions I can't make payments to my international suppliers, someone told me that I can use bitcoins to make payments abroad, but I can't find someone to sell me BTC in Venezuela, so please I'd like to request any info on the subject at matter.

Best,

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November 08, 2013, 09:06:12 AM
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Hello, I'm a small bussines owner in Venezuela and I'm looking for a long term bitcoin provider, due to currency exchange restrictions I can't make payments to my international...

You could always use the big UK-based exchange:

Bitstamp charges a small 0.1% fee (one tenth of one percent) for International bank transfer deposits, and 0.50% (half a percent) fee to use their exchange for small quantities up to an equivalent 500 US Dollars, and a reduced fee schedule which will go as low as 0.20% if your 30-day volume is over 150 thousand dollars. To get verified (full access), you'll need a valid government issued ID, and a proof of residency... I was curious so I tested to make sure they allow signups from your country:



^That's a screenshot of the email I got during signup for a test... It let me choose Venezuela during signup and everything works, but I think my browser cookies caused the default currency to show up as USD instead of GBP, Euro dollars, or anything else... That shouldn't matter so long as you have the ability to send international bank transfer to the exchange to be able to buy bitcoin.

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November 08, 2013, 02:33:43 PM
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Intro:

Ronald Wiplinger, Taipei, Taiwan.
Company name: Elmit
Position: CEO & CTO

Former experience: Build up an ISP in Taiwan (had 3rd private ISP license in Taiwan). Was one of the directors of the ISP association and one of the directors of TWNic.

ISP business was a challenge in 1995, when I started, since you could not just "buy" things, but had to make it.


2001 I founded Elmit Co., Ltd., a consulting company for all Internet related subjects, like security, Voice over IP, Success on/with the Internet (including Internet campaigns, advertisements, social media).

I stumbled over Bitcoins at the beginning of the year and have a "close" look at it since.

I have tried to setup robots, but failed, however, I found Butter-robot, with which I am working now intensively.

My contribution is to get the words of Bitcoin trading out, especially here in Taiwan, where everybody used to have some stocks. New technology and the robot, would give some push. China's trading center is of course also an important point to get more involved.


Enough written to get white listed?

Ronald

Ing. Ronald Wiplinger (@ ELMIT)   Blog and pools: http://mininghere.com  PetaByte Asset ID: 14668748687827404894 Burst Store ID: BURST-ZWHE-HQ8D-GMQ7-6YYPT Tel.: (O) +886 (0)2--2623-3117, (M) +886 (0) 988--70-77-42, Skype: Ronald
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November 08, 2013, 04:04:01 PM
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Hello all, name is Marty and I have a small Graphics and Printing Shop in Florida.
We provide services such as museum quality photo and art printing to canvas and papers along with business printing of business cards, banners, decals, magnetic signs and much more.
I've been lurking for a few weeks learning about the various alt-currencies and am currently mining a few. I am setting up to accept Btc and a few alts at my store.

http://www.cryptocoinstuff.com We make coin stickers and signs to promote the bitcoin community!
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November 08, 2013, 05:14:28 PM
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Hello, I'm a small bussines owner in Venezuela and I'm looking for a long term bitcoin provider, due to currency exchange restrictions I can't make payments to my international suppliers, someone told me that I can use bitcoins to make payments abroad, but I can't find someone to sell me BTC in Venezuela, so please I'd like to request any info on the subject at matter.

Best,

FaceTwo

Hi FaceTwo, sounds like you may have a problem sending an international bank wire from Ve.  Is that the problem? Seems there are no exchanges that support BTC/VEF. What money transfer options are available to you? 
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November 08, 2013, 07:51:48 PM
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I'm a long time open source developer. The last few years i have been working on my Maplat Webserver, https://sourceforge.net/p/maplat/code/ci/default/tree/.

Currently, i have a free online wallet https://www.cavac.at.(*) The only charge is the mandatory network transaction fee of 0.0005 BTC to support the miners.

I'm currently working on a newer version of this (mostly background stuff).

Also, in a few days, maybe a week or two, you will be able to rent subdomain-entries for one of my domains, grumpfzotz.org, very cheaply with bitcoins. I was thinking of 0.005 BTC per hostname per year. I'm still working out the technical details. Maybe this will only include that single hostname (like myserver.grumpfzotz.org), most likely this will include a fully working sub domain (including sub-sub names like myserver.mysubdomain.grumpfzotz.org). Depends on how easy to use i can make the webinterface for users.

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(*)  You might need to visit https://www.cacert.org/, tough, to install the root certificate into your browser. I just refuse to pay thousands of dollars for a commercial SSL certificate (which is about 3-7 seconds of automated computing time on the "certificate authority" webserver).
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November 08, 2013, 08:56:51 PM
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Oh right this is the right thread for my silly announcement:

So. I have a pretty advanced method to sell bitcoin via Paypal and I am going to try it a few times at some point. Reserved this name for that use. My method involves sellers protection from Paypal (need to confirm a few things) and an advanced "scam the scammer"-method. This is currently not my number one priority, though.
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November 08, 2013, 10:17:09 PM
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Oh right this is the right thread for my silly announcement:

So. I have a pretty advanced method to sell bitcoin via Paypal and I am going to try it a few times at some point. Reserved this name for that use. My method involves sellers protection from Paypal (need to confirm a few things) and an advanced "scam the scammer"-method. This is currently not my number one priority, though.

disaster waiting to happen. paypal can close your account. paypal can close any seller or buyers account. plus more nonsense that's been posted a million times.

it's against the t&c to use pay pal to buy/sell bitcoin anyway.

You should start your own thread though.
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November 08, 2013, 11:42:48 PM
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I love playing your game MineField but i recently had a problem depositing my btc fr coinbase its been pending for 3 day is there a way i can get credit
my address is 1aqv8NmGpN6BoW4HBYT4kJaJwoUWDLnTF thx.
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November 09, 2013, 05:41:01 PM
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it's against the t&c to use pay pal to buy/sell bitcoin anyway.

You should start your own thread though.

Yeah, we'll see.

I have not seen any Paypal tos, that actually forbids e-currencies or bitcoin, only threads. My research could be too narrow, though. Received a positive e-mail from paypal about selling btc, even though they cannot guarantee anything.

But yeah, separate thread in the future. I need to adjust a few things anyways.
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November 09, 2013, 08:21:59 PM
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Hi guys,
My business partners and I do high-end media production with emphasis on perfect user experience and user interface design. We currently design and create unique sites and marketing campaigns for small-medium size brands to launch them to the next level. If there are any back end developers that need some killer front end work, graphics of any kind, or anybody that has established sites that really want to upgrade to a super professionally developed design - we're your guys. We do not create stoic, boring, enterprise type branding - our projects are designed to be extremely accessible and easy to use for any potential customers, while still standing out in a classy, appropriate way. We have years of experience in high-end design and as soon as I'm whitelisted, I'll start putting together a portfolio on here. In the meantime send me a message if you're interested in any graphics, UX or UI design. Thank you!
Alex & Co.
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November 09, 2013, 09:57:08 PM
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Hi,

I'm a Web developer, my company is Osclass ( open source classifieds ) and I just have a few questions about how to integrate bitcoin as a payment system in a classified website.

I do already implemented blockchain and coinjar as pay per publish your ad, but I want to create a "pay for the goods" pluign that also works as a escrow.

I will generate a unique address per payment and then listen to it to know when the payment was made. When the buyer confirm the reception of the goods, I will release the funds and pay them to the seller.
My problem is how do I store the private keys on the database? I think my best option is to encrypt them and put the password hardcoded in a PHP file, so a SQL injection is not enough to get them but I'm not really sure how to proceed or if there's a better method.
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November 10, 2013, 07:37:17 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!

I own and operate www.shoeboxphotorestoration.com

We do professional online photo repair. (we work with digital scans only)

Now accepting Bitcoin!
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November 10, 2013, 06:00:02 PM
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Offering C# .NET Programming / MSSQL / MySql / IIS / XBAP / ASP.NET services for bitcoins!

Possibly, if the project is interesting - for free!

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November 11, 2013, 02:58:48 AM
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I have a house for sale. all bitcoin
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November 11, 2013, 08:31:05 AM
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Hello everybody, I am Alexey from Israel.

It's an honor for me to be one of Israeli's bitcoin society, currently I am involved in some projects of bitcoin.

I am a serial entrepreneur with  some $$ of angels and VCs, invested in companies founded by me (some were a success story).

bitcointalk is a great place for knowledge, meeting new people, exchange the ideas etc.

Best regards to all.

KingDavid


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November 11, 2013, 11:46:14 AM
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Hey everyone.

I'm David Smit, a Freelance Illustrator, concept artist and Art director.
I have over 8 years of industry experience in Video-games, advertising and movies.
I've worked for companies like Crytek, Guerrilla games, Adidas and others. Currently I'm enjoy a freelance career from Berlin.

I'm trying to open up my freelance business for BTC and LTC.
If you require a visual for your project, an illustration for your wall or an art-director to design and guide the visual development of your project: I'm available and accept BTC and LTC! ^^

If you're interested, check out my portfolio: http://www.DavidSmit.com

Bitcoin Posters: http://www.BitcoinBoulevard.com
Art: http://www.DavidSmit.com
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November 11, 2013, 12:23:44 PM
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it's against the t&c to use pay pal to buy/sell bitcoin anyway.

You should start your own thread though.

Yeah, we'll see.

I have not seen any Paypal tos, that actually forbids e-currencies or bitcoin, only threads. My research could be too narrow, though. Received a positive e-mail from paypal about selling btc, even though they cannot guarantee anything.

But yeah, separate thread in the future. I need to adjust a few things anyways.

I've been buying BTC from ebay and paying with paypal for months no issues. I've also been using virwox to buy BTC with Paypal for months no issues...

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