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December 22, 2013, 01:41:06 AM
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The potential for more businesses to pick up bit up bitcoin in the future is huge.. especially with overstock.com picking up bitcoins!  Once one big business' revenue flourishes because of bitcoin, many  more are likely to follow suit!
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December 22, 2013, 02:24:48 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 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.
This sounds interesting - so many interesting potential ventures in the bitcoin space

I'm working on a simple consumer coin exchange where people can easily buy coins using bank transfer.
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December 22, 2013, 07:00:06 AM
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I'm a PHP and Perl developer, currently playing around with the numerous bot codes found on this forum and other sites. I must say, I'm very impressed with all this stuff and the possibilities. Currently I'm thinking about making a business which will be a combination of a multipool and automated trading and payouts. I'm thinking about making this so simple that even my mum could throw her computer into the pool and create some income with it.

I already found a few posts here where I could help other users, especially in programming questions, but unfortunately, as a newbie I'm not allowed yet to post there.
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December 22, 2013, 07:04:34 AM
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With regard to the phenomenon of having Bitcoin the first de-centeralized truly democratic currency, I can envision the following emerging:  Truly "anonymous society" corporations that are also de-centeralized and run peer-to-peer.  The term for "Inc." in Latin America is "s.a.", meaning _sociedades anónimas_, or anonymous societies.

Using "colored coins" capital in the form of stockholder's equity may be generated.

Trust can be engendered by not providing a single point of vulnerability.  All of the bitcoins received for whatever purpose are encrypted using a one-time pad and stored offside at multiple locations.  The off-side locations are rented for a few micro BTC per time period per Mebibyte.  Already in development are third-party escrow systems for dispute resolution.

For instance, if the business model requires that a number of BTC be stored inaccessible until a time period or other event transpires, they may be programmatically broken out and transferred to the multiple sites.  Other sites may be contracted to look for the expiration of the time period or other event, using a secured voting and results collection method, the way the old Space Shuttle managed their five computers controlling the fly-by-wire system.  On the mutually agreed trigger, the BTC are then reassembled and programmatically spent.

This involves an enormous amount of programming effort, but the corporation is then as provably secure as the bitcoin network.

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And finally a little food for thought:  If such corporations come into the bitcoin ecosystem, there would be nothing preventing the proliferation of gambling lotteries or assassination pools outside of the state's control.  The only solution for the sake of order in society would then be the Mark of the Beast.   No internet access except you present your state generated RFID microchip [my dog now has one].

As a contrast, amateur radio represents a society where order is enforced without the compulsion to have the Mark with the employment of call signs.  Except in amateur radio you are legally bound not to express any pecuniary interest.  Instead, the society polices itself and simply labels offenders as "Lids", and presents them with dead silence while at the same time reporting the offenders to the local authorities for prosecution.  --LeeO
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December 22, 2013, 11:41:29 AM
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Hello everyone im a newbie   here  but just wanted to say hello and to state  my business , www.p2pmoneyshop.com  .Im looking to add bitcoin to my site in some way. Im  a total newbie  here and looking for ideas thanks, the  site  is  www.p2pmoneyshop.com
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December 22, 2013, 06:03:47 PM
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Hi there, I am a cryptonoob and honestly I am just trying to understand how all of this works... I wanted to thank the mods for the great work and for the exceptional resource they built here! Bless
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December 22, 2013, 07:30:49 PM
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Hi there, I am a cryptonoob and honestly I am just trying to understand how all of this works... I wanted to thank the mods for the great work and for the exceptional resource they built here! Bless
I too want to thank everyone. Learned a lot from this board.
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December 22, 2013, 08:49:00 PM
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I run http://SavannahEcig.com  where we take bitcoin payments for online purchases.

I also developed/run http://smscoincheck.com
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December 23, 2013, 12:10:47 AM
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Hello everybody! Been reading like a lot thifs forum lately . Trying to get my head around al this bitcoin new currency.

Looking thru this thread now to find good experts to bookmark so they can help me out when I need advice with bitcoin.
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December 23, 2013, 12:28:09 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'm from DataCell ehf. We run a datacenter in Iceland and are currently constructing a new facility which is focused on mining operations by providing high power racks (standard 21kW per rack, more possible easily).

Iceland has clean energy and very cheap energy (less than 50% compared to central europe) and cooling is way easier. The ideal location for mining.

see also https://www.datacell.com/news/special-offers-for-bitcoin-miners/
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December 23, 2013, 03:06:53 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'm a developer. I'm considering creating a decentralized trading network.

See: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=381623.0
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December 23, 2013, 04:46:52 AM
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I'm a developer. I'm considering creating a decentralized trading network.
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December 23, 2013, 04:55:16 AM
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We provide the latest Bitcoin news from all around the world.

check out our site here. http://www.bitcoinblogger.com
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December 23, 2013, 01:41:47 PM
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Hello,

I recently registered here, and soon I will try to start my own mining pools since I have hardware available, so in case I need some developers I'll post here.

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December 23, 2013, 03:25:44 PM
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professional UI/UX artist and illustrator, offering skills to the community.
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December 23, 2013, 06:21:46 PM
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I'm a professional software architect. My primary area of expertise is cloud based computing at AWS and Azure. I usually stick to the .NET side of things with C# as my favored language, but I dabble in many areas and can pick up anything I need pretty quickly.

I've just recently gotten interested in crypto-currencies, so I don't have any specific project yet.
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December 23, 2013, 11:09:53 PM
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Like a lot of people (everyone) here in the newbie area I just registered (I've been reading on the forums for quit a while though).

I'm swedish and I look forwards a part of the Scandinavian forum here!

As of now I'm mainly interested in btc, nmc and nxt (this new one seems especially interesting). I hope to learn to trade well and giving back as much as possible to the community!

So good luck everybody with whatever business you're starting with Smiley   

  ►  NEW ECONOMY MOVEMENT  ◄ 
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December 24, 2013, 12:31:38 AM
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I am selling a scrypt miner

http://nixziz.com
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December 24, 2013, 05:15:13 AM
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I am selling a scrypt miner

http://nixziz.com

How to know if this is a scam or not lol
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December 24, 2013, 05:24:18 AM
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Long time Unix programmer in C, sometimes in C++, and often in Lisp. Longtime AI, Language, and Cryptography pro, mostly in software architecture and design but with lots of coding too.   

Currently wrestling with the Bitcoin source code and coming up to speed on boost, qt, and C++ template programming.  It is my intention to launch a Proof-of-Stake altcoin with a ridiculously wide initial distribution, colored coin support, and automatic distributed coin mixing.

But I have all the understanding of how to make a graphically appealing site that you'd expect of a blind man, no in-depth knowledge of Windows, and no Windows machine for development. 

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