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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   

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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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December 24, 2013, 04:06:24 PM
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I'm a Python developer / Devops Engineer. I have a number of projects in flight that I plan to incorporate Crypto into, currently I am working to bring a little bit of legitimacy to Pennies by giving it a website: http://www.penniescoin.com. Contact me if you have links that you'd like to see added or additional information that you think should be added to the site or if you have any need for Python / Development Operations.

Monty

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December 25, 2013, 12:42:23 AM
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December 25, 2013, 03:21:09 AM
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C# Asp.Net / Php / Javascript / Android Developer here. Previously worked on an Android App Marketplace. I'm here looking for anything and everything that would be useful to help develop that would promote the use of cryptocurrencies, and even potential job opportunities if they exist (although I'm currently employeed full time).
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December 25, 2013, 12:11:03 PM
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Offering Oracle DBA services for BTC, in addition to generic computer services. Deets in sig. Maybe even considering offering some of the products I have in development in a hosted SaaS environment for USD and BTC. Any suggestions are always welcome.
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December 25, 2013, 01:40:40 PM
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I'm looking for someone to partner with to develop a bitcoin trading platform in Australia.
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December 26, 2013, 09:50:36 AM
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Hello, I am a lawyer (Malaysia and Australia) and I have been asked by clients to consider whether it is better to buy on an exchange or a tender to obtain some BTC (ie parcels of min 500 BTC and above).  I have chosen MtGox as an example.   

I have advised my client to do the tender method (ie find a seller and negotiate directly) and to formalise this by contract. I have made this decision based on my observation below which I hope will assist others. If I have improperly posted this, is because I cant post it elsewhere.

1. I do not know much about the company other than from wikipedia where its reliability is untested. In any event, it says that MtGox is operated by Tinbanne Co which itself has a capital of 5,000,000 (Yen) or roughly USD 47K. The latest address is stated as Cross Office Shibuya Medio, 11-5 Shibuya 2-Chome, Shibuya-ku , Tokyo , 150-0002 Japan and MtGox's  is at Sarugaokacho 26-1, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan. There are no details about ownership or operation of MtGox on Tinbanne website.

2. The terms of service make interesting reading (https://www.mtgox.com/terms_of_service). Firstly no mention of what law is applicable, I assume this will be Japanese law, notoriously expensive to enforce if you are not based in Japan and note that the law applicable is civil law not common law. The difference between the two may not be obvious but in civil law, the judge interpret the law first and decide without the need to follow precedents set by Higher Courts. Without precedents, there will be uncertainties. I know this as I have done litigation in Mongolia which is also a civil jurisdiction.

3. Under liability clause it says "Subject to the foregoing, Mt. Gox's aggregate liability in respect of claims based on events arising out of or in connection with a Member's use of the Site and/or Platform, whether in contract or tort (including negligence) or otherwise, shall in no circumstances exceed the greater of either (a) the total amount held on Account for the Member making a claim less any amount of Commission that may be due and payable in respect of such Account; or (b) 125% of the amount of the Transaction(s) that are the subject of the claim less any amount of Commission that may be due and payable in respect of such Transaction(s)." This is great if the Coy can actually pay. One can actually calculate the profitability as seen by the volume traded. I leave this for you to do.

4. There is a lawsuit against MtGox but no mention of this anywhere on its website (well thats because is not a public coy).While the suit claims that jurisdiction is proper, I doubt so as it is common to say the best avenue is where the alleged damages happened which in this case in Japan. http://www.scribd.com/doc/139160091/Coinlab-v-Mt-Gox

Anyway, the above is my thoughts. I am preparing the sale and purchase agreement and the tender document. This may not be available immediately so will announce later. Those who are interested will need to read both documents and get legal advice. Will be interesting to hear from other lawyers who have done BTC transactions for clients.

Thanks

   
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