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November 15, 2013, 12:27:46 AM
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Heya. I run a small custom woodworking/finish carpentry business out of Vancouver. I've been reading about bitcoin for the past year or so and am very excited to see where it goes. I can't wait to be a part of this comunity and would love to start accepting bitcoin as payment for my work!

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November 15, 2013, 10:50:02 AM
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Hello Bitcoin community, we're an exchange and web-wallet service Coinomat.com. We have just launched, our goal is to offer an all-in-one web solution for all your cryptocurrency needs, including secure online multi-cryptocurrency wallet, instant exchanges between cryptocurrencies and fiat, merchant solution, local exchanger network and much more.
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November 15, 2013, 06:10:28 PM
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Offering webdevelopment with
- python
- php
- mysql
- ajax
- jquery
- sysadmin (Linux servers)

Cheers!

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November 15, 2013, 08:40:26 PM
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I am looking to gather comments.

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November 16, 2013, 05:01:41 PM
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I'm a web/ui/ux designer with over a decade experience with a range of small to enterprise companies, including prior experience as brand identity, advertising designer and frontend project management.

I'm interested to start a brand identity/logo design btc/ltc betting game where forum users can get chance to win a tailored professional logo design or icon design every weekend ideally with a minimal bet. Sort of contribute to help small cryptocoin businesses to improve their branding and visual. I would like to have access to the project section to post more details, thanks.
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November 17, 2013, 02:37:57 AM
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I'm the guy who runs http://www.retrotowers.co.uk

We accept bitcoin as a payment method for Retro Game flash carts, clone consoles, controllers, cables, repair parts and lots more retro gaming related hardware.
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November 17, 2013, 04:48:06 PM
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Kudos to all you developers starting to accept btc.

As well as accepting payments in btc, we need to be pushing clients/companies we work with to factor btc into their own online payment systems. Any ecommerce sites you are developing it is worth at least asking if they'd like you to build in a bitcoin payment module (after explaining the benefits of course), and this will rarely take much of your time if they are using a popular shopping platform, as services like bitpay and BIPS already offer plugin modules for the big ones.
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November 17, 2013, 09:33:39 PM
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I will offer a website where users can complete tasks in order to earn coins. I am looking to post about it on the forum.
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November 17, 2013, 09:38:47 PM
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Hello! I create affordable custom websites for individuals and small businesses built on WordPress and the Genesis Framework. I do great work and my prices are fantastic! My website and portfolio are available at http://pennywebs.net

Thanks!

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November 18, 2013, 12:06:11 AM
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You bet we are a Bitcoin Business, Supporting/Promoting Bitcoin 100% and the People ! Spread the Bitcoin word
yes I am a developer too : www.BTCAddict.com as dedicated as you get ! All are welcome, and if we can help you with something just ask .. we will do our best  Smiley Access to my portfolio is freely available on our site.

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November 18, 2013, 07:02:16 AM
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Roshpit.ca is the world’s first betting pool for placing bitcoin wagers on the outcomes of professional games exclusive to DotA.  DotA is a highly competitive online game (www.dota2.com).

Our goal is to forge a community from the most hardcore fans of pro DotA and bitcoin gamblers to evolve the competitive spirit for eSports. We plan to continously develop, maintain and collect feedback so that the webapp can sustain maximum quality.

Our team consists of die-hard dota fans and we’re excited about the prospect of enhancing the eSports experience.The team is confident that our hard work and testing have made the app rock solid.

We would like to get bitcoin users/enthusiasts to try our app! Thanks!
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November 18, 2013, 09:30:24 AM
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Howdy

I run an extremely laid-back Unix Shell Account service called Soupwhale Shells. I own a couple high-spec linux servers and I give people an account with which they can do whatever they want, except for certain illegal activities. Non unix geeks would probably call our service VPS or Seedbox or Website or Game Server hosting, even though it's really all of the above.

So far, i've offered people free accounts, with unlimited CPU, RAM, and bandwidth usage, only limiting their disk usage (10GB), and i've let them pay for more space with a one-time fee. But I'd like to start actually monetizing this service.

So I bought up a couple more servers! Right now, I'm just breaking even and my load% is basically 0, so I'd like to start advertising.

Obviously I'd like to be paid in bitcoin, so I figured I should make a thread here.

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November 18, 2013, 01:01:03 PM
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Howdy

I run an extremely laid-back Unix Shell Account service called Soupwhale Shells. I own a couple high-spec linux servers and I give people an account with which they can do whatever they want, except for certain illegal activities. Non unix geeks would probably call our service VPS or Seedbox or Website or Game Server hosting, even though it's really all of the above.

So far, i've offered people free accounts, with unlimited CPU, RAM, and bandwidth usage, only limiting their disk usage (10GB), and i've let them pay for more space with a one-time fee. But I'd like to start actually monetizing this service.

So I bought up a couple more servers! Right now, I'm just breaking even and my load% is basically 0, so I'd like to start advertising.

Obviously I'd like to be paid in bitcoin, so I figured I should make a thread here.

John

Great stuff, and wish you all the luck but..
Could you just update where the servers are located - I think others would find this important too.

 
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November 18, 2013, 08:59:53 PM
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Howdy

I run an extremely laid-back Unix Shell Account service called Soupwhale Shells. I own a couple high-spec linux servers and I give people an account with which they can do whatever they want, except for certain illegal activities. Non unix geeks would probably call our service VPS or Seedbox or Website or Game Server hosting, even though it's really all of the above.

So far, i've offered people free accounts, with unlimited CPU, RAM, and bandwidth usage, only limiting their disk usage (10GB), and i've let them pay for more space with a one-time fee. But I'd like to start actually monetizing this service.

So I bought up a couple more servers! Right now, I'm just breaking even and my load% is basically 0, so I'd like to start advertising.

Obviously I'd like to be paid in bitcoin, so I figured I should make a thread here.

John

Great stuff, and wish you all the luck but..
Could you just update where the servers are located - I think others would find this important too.

 

Also servers specs including network connectivity. Moreover when server location not only means geography but a data centre too.
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November 18, 2013, 11:50:43 PM
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November 19, 2013, 10:11:10 AM
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November 19, 2013, 02:08:09 PM
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Hi everybody! Im noob  Cheesy
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November 19, 2013, 06:46:05 PM
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Hello to the bitcointalk community!

MyMoneycloud is an exciting project that is changing how we access and interact with Bitcoin. Our aim is to make Bitcoin and all crypto-currencies more secure and easier to use.

Please stay tuned for official threads to learn more about us and our "coinless" solution for Bitcoin.

Until then feel free to take a look at our website!

http://mymoneycloud.com

Best of luck to all who have the foresight and courage to help develop and promote Bitcoin!
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November 19, 2013, 07:25:01 PM
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Hey

I'm a lead web designer/developer/webmaster and the only guy in our company
that actually owns some BTC! Also interested in developing more content for my Bitcoin
related website http://bitcoinula.com/ and then add Bitcoin related products & services
with BTC the only payment option.

My site is a modified WordPress site with a ecommerce plugin ready for a shop/catalogue
but having some hassles with the current Bitcoin payment plugins available.

So, I'm either looking for a good plugin that some of you already using or gather
some info on API's to write my own WordPress Bitcoin plugin.

PS. Bitcoin is changing the world of e-commerce!
Kenya in Africa Mobile Network already integrated BTC with their mobile money wallet.
They buying BTC with airtime & mobile money.
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November 20, 2013, 02:43:01 AM
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CyberKey is a truecrypt + key manager mashup to deal with the only
known weakness of truecrypt: password hacking. I figured I could make
it easy to use truecrypt with unguessable passwords, and use that to
store digital wallets safely.

CyberKey has been tested with electrum and multibit. It's a
lightweight integration that
1) copies your wallet file to a vault ( leaving the original in the
same directory it was in in case you don't like cyberkey)

2) automatically launches your wallet program when you fire up cyberkey

3) shuts down your wallet program, when you turn off cyberkey.

I hope you like it. It's free for a single 10mb data vault, with a
reminder to upgrade for 0.15 bitcoin to a premium version that stores
more encrypted information. You can learn more, and download it from
www.cyberkey.com/bitcoin

Please let me know what you think.
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