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Author Topic: Bitcoin Businesses and Developers, Let's Get Started!  (Read 306069 times)
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November 29, 2013, 01:18:02 AM
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longtime lurker, just wondering if theres anyone out there accepting bitcoin for their bands merchandise?
Are you looking for something specific?

Stories would be great if you have any. Hoping to accept it while on tour and in my bands online shop. Also want to accept it for my film scoring/advertising work.

Considering opening a pop up store to resell hardware and offer bitcoin advice locally too
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November 29, 2013, 10:33:36 AM
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Just launched http://bitlucky.io
Feedbacks are immensely appreciated!!

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November 29, 2013, 12:52:02 PM
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Full (and beyond) stack developer.
I would be happy to offer following knowledge and skills:
- C++
- PHP, MySQL (OK, we all know this)
- Node.JS
- Socket.IO (for realtime BTC site FEATURES)
- experience with Blockchain API (with Socket.IO perfect combination)
- MongoDB, Redis
- HTML, CSS, JS
------ SYSAdmin (able to configure machines from scratch, prefer Amazon AWS)

Hoepfully I'll be able to get into the forum and get on board of some interesting project.
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November 29, 2013, 02:03:40 PM
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Hi I have recently created The Bitcoin Sale its a blog where anyone and everyone can trade buy and sell bitcoins for free.
I noticed most places on the web charge fees for buying and selling bitcoins which made me start The Bitcoin Sale. It's only a week old and I'm yet to buy a domain but I'm working hard to get it to work.
If there is anyone here who would take Look and let know what  can approve on I'd much appreciate it.
Cheers
http://thebitcoinsale.blogspot.com
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November 29, 2013, 02:12:16 PM
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Is the competition in bitcoin faucets too big or can I make a profit from it?
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November 29, 2013, 03:49:49 PM
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Will be launching soon a site selling local roasted small batch coffee. Part of the profit will go to help the communities where the beans are harvested.

I also do design and brand development for BTC/LTC. I've been fortunate enough to work by word of mouth, so I haven't had a need for a portfolio website. If you are genuinely looking for something like this PM and I'll send samples, discuss previous work etc...
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November 29, 2013, 08:21:26 PM
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Hi i was introduce to bitcoins about a month ago, i been ever since working on an app to have a wallet online, me and a couple of friends have been using it and now im working on making it public. Im just here to learn news about bitcoins and share ideas.
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November 29, 2013, 09:11:32 PM
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1 BTC = 1.182 $ WOOW
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November 29, 2013, 09:24:55 PM
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I'm a software developer I've been lurking for about a year, but I figure now is the time I should really get more involved with the community. I'm currently working on a few projects and hope it will be successfull.
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November 29, 2013, 11:23:09 PM
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Hello, I'm a hacker^WIT consultant! Smiley

I consider myself a generalist but prototyping and hammering out architectures are my passion.  I've got open-source references.  Mainly random stuff I and my peers use on a daily basis, but also lots of bug-fixes and feature-additions to random stuff I have used or toyed around.
For your convenience I'll provide specific references on request and tailored to your specific needs... Smiley

Technology-talk: This year I've used lots of node.js and redis to build web-related stuff but originally I'm a C-guy with full POSIX-fluency.. Wink If you're project embraces some Lisp-1 or Lisp-N, then I'm sold!  A reason to learn Haskell in depth would also get my attention.. Wink

Willing to work for Bitcoin.  Remote is OK, but preferably we meet once in a while in person.  I'm located in Berlin, Germany.
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November 30, 2013, 04:40:06 AM
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Bitcoin is awesome. I have some projects I'll be posting here. Get the party started.
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November 30, 2013, 08:34:02 AM
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Been mining for a short while now. Since I started late, I have focussed heavily on the challenges of making an ROI and some coin beyond that. I want to do this properly. I am looking for a manufacturing partner interested in setting up a "hosted hashing" service in Australia - with me. I am based in Sydney, excellent connections and technical savvy. I understand the hardware manufacturing challenge and recognize that scale is now key to success. Interested? Need to diversify your hashing service network? Let's chat. Thanks.
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November 30, 2013, 05:03:19 PM
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Primarily developer, created a free Javascript library (freely hosted on a CDN) to keep prices on websites from looking out of date, useful for informational sites/articles, and many other things.  Just wanted to share the library on the forums in general (and not be limited to the Newbie area), and be able to post other projects or in general discussion sub-forums.

http://bt.cu.cc/
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November 30, 2013, 11:30:16 PM
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I'm new to the whole BTC scene, but I'm looking forward to getting involved more!
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December 01, 2013, 02:17:59 AM
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Hi, I'm part of a rather large marketing community that so far has shunned Bitcoin, and I'm trying to bridge that gap.  Right now I have this website

http://bitcoindownlines.com

It lets people promote several different paid-to-clicks and other Bitcoin marketing sites from one page.

I'm also working on two other Coin-related sites, and came here hoping to find some good php scripts.

Nice to be here!

Build your Bitcoin Downlines at the Bitcoin Downline Builder!
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December 01, 2013, 05:05:18 AM
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I am the owner of a merchant website which accepts BTC as a payment method.

http://www.lol-academy.net/

Looking to add a topic to promote my service in Marketplace section.
Thank you
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December 01, 2013, 05:45:07 AM
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I am here with the express intent of determining if it makes sense for me to develop a bitcoin oriented business, specifically making available a smart card that could be used to protect the ECDSA keys used in the Bitcoin protocols. Such a solution would make it virtually impossible to steel the keys without a rubber hose.

I mine my bitcoins at https://www.directpool.net ### I get my bitcoin news fix at https://coinreport.net
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December 02, 2013, 02:10:39 AM
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fast support
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December 02, 2013, 05:43:16 AM
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Hello, I'm new here to the forums and to BTC. I own a wireless internet company (which accepts BTC) in Missouri, USA it is very small company with only 2 employees, myself and my girlfriend. I would like to provide internet to people who live in rural areas everywhere (a huge market that the big companies overlook). There are a lot of people where I live that only have access to satellite internet and dial-up, which are terrible. I'm sure there are areas like this between every city all across the USA that need help. These people need to know all the web has to offer them, which is only available with a high-speed connection. I want to provide these people with internet using my system based on the principles of Google's Project Loon, but I'm lacking funds for equipment (solar panels, charging controllers, fiber optic cable, etc).  My system is completely green and utilizes solar and/or wind power for each balloon access point. I have the expertise, passion, and a great team and I totally believe that with a little BTC I can get internet to thousands of homes that would otherwise not have it! This is a great opportunity for you to expand the BTC economy and help people get access to the information on the world wide web.


I am launching a website this week to document the progress of this project, due to being a new user here I cannot post a link yet. Although I will post one as soon as I am allowed to.


Donations of BTC would be greatly appreciated and get this project off the ground. 

Bitcoin Address:
126bkgKLqXEpAq94ZSPVKK53fSKXgxByQ2

Donations of:
Solar panels, charging controllers, fiber optic cable, fiber to 10/100 ethernet media converters, hydrogen generator, weather balloons, or advice.
Are also appreciated:)

Feel free to PM me.

Thanks for your support!

-bullishbitcoin
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December 02, 2013, 03:50:24 PM
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Developer involved with a B2B agricultural marketplace focused on allowing peasant economies to integrate their businesses vertically and sell products direct to the market.

Would like to investigate the potential use of BTC in the system.
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