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October 06, 2011, 10:17:24 PM
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Hi, my name is Rubin and I represent TradeHill in Australia, we are a secure way of transferring BTC to AUD as well as USD, EUR, RUB, LR, INR, CLP and CAD. We boast some of the best ID verification available, the same system used by the ANZ for their online banking. This has completely eliminated fraud and will keep your money and BTC secure. Check us out!

https://www.tradehill.com/

Cheers, from Rubin.
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October 10, 2011, 11:24:53 AM
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Operate a Bitcoin Directory. Free Listings. Hoping to get off the newbie list.

www.bitcoinblackbook.com
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October 12, 2011, 12:13:16 AM
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Offering various digital/marketing/hosting services for btc, as well as offering digital items for btc.

BTC - 194ihPS7DTegoerp1WdRKED7PQCosyq2eL
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October 15, 2011, 09:27:55 PM
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My name is Ragnar and I am building an online service that allows users to trade game-based commodities for Bitcoins. Once I have access to the main forums, I can begin to share my service with the community.

Thank you.

"Dare to liberate your mind, from all things, old and new."
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October 19, 2011, 04:19:03 AM
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Hi.

I am a coffee roaster.  Aureum Coffee Roaster is in the Pacific Northwest.  Specialty coffee is my calling. 

Trying out this e-commerce thing.  Doing business without going through tax payer supported banks sound interesting.

New to this so bear with me.  Thanks.

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October 21, 2011, 09:08:30 PM
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Looks like this is the spot to list that I am offering custom web design solutions.
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October 23, 2011, 01:04:17 AM
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Hi I sell a disposable razor blade and electric rotary razor blade sharpener. I have my ad on www.forbitcoin.com and i am willing to accept bitcoins for my product. I have been selling this product in flea markets, ebay and from my site for a couple of years now . Since hearing of bitcoins i was hoping to help by offering to accept bitcoin. My site is www.xtenda-blade.com. I have yet to add the bitcoin logo but it is gonna happen

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October 23, 2011, 03:09:29 PM
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Hi!

We're a 2-people startup (designer+coder) doing videogames. We'll release soon a 2.5D game for Android. Among other projects, we're doing a virtual world oriented to cooperative game development (think of second life but much better done, and more in a P2P fashion). I've been planning this project for years, did a lot of tests but didn't start "for real" until very recently. So far the engine is working on win32, linux 32/64, osx, android (on devices with OpenGL ES 2.0) and I'm working right now on networked Python scripting.

Some days ago I found about bitcoins and got very excited for 2 reasons: I want my platform to be as distributed and inherently secure as possible and bitcoin implements some ideas I've already thought of time ago; and I want bitcoin to be the official currency of the virtual world, as I won't have to worry about setting up a payment platform. After learning intensely about bitcoin for the past days, I have some questions.

Also, I'm confident I can contribute a bit of experience/knowledge to bitcoin development.

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October 29, 2011, 10:57:22 PM
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Hello,

I am a founder of cloud computing based Software as a Service (SaaS) -business. I've been followed new posts to thread "Idea: P2P cloud computing business" because I got the same kind of idea. I am working with very modern cloud computing software and I know it is not just a hype, especially when we can implement this kind of ideas to the market and share the profit. I have discussed about this idea with engineer worked in Nokia Corporation and he thinks too this is possible to build. If it really is, I have a connections also to private investors and to development funding that my country public sector may offer. :-) I think some offshore company for example in Hong Kong could be the solution to incorporate in the near future when we know the technology can be build.

But because I have only followed the discussion, I am now stucked. Can't connect to these guys with great ideas! Can anyone admin help me to give me rights to post and send IM? Thank you very much!

Knowledge is power.
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October 30, 2011, 11:26:30 PM
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I had a good experience with intersango.com
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November 03, 2011, 10:18:34 PM
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Our betting exchange www.sportstradingexchange.com is now accepting bitcoin. We offer commission-free trading in the following markets:
NFL
NCAA Football
MLB
NCAA Hoops
NCAA Hoops Over / Under Wins for season
NBA (when they open)
NHL

Financial Betting:
Dow
Gold
Google
Netflix
Oil
Apple
Bitcoin Prices

Check out our markets today!

Please whitelist us admin:)

Thanks
Bill Casher
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November 06, 2011, 06:04:02 PM
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This thread contains such a diverse set of skill sets!
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November 08, 2011, 12:29:58 AM
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Hello everyone!

I am grubles, cofounder of the newly formed Bitcoin service: BTCVPS. BTCVPS is a brand-new provider specializing in Virtual Private Servers, Virtual Private Networks, Shell Accounts, and IRC Bouncers along with new features being planned right now.

Naturally, we will be accepting Bitcoin. Being based in the continental US, we aim to provide exceptional service by enabling our customers to be in constant contact with us if they need a question asked or need a problem solved. We have a strong presence in IRC on the Freenode server and are trusted in the OTC Web of Trust. Just connect to Freenode and query user grubles or james-- for any question you need asked or you can email me at grubles@btcvps.net.


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November 11, 2011, 10:30:46 AM
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Hello!

We're a new startup company that will be offering Managed and Unmanaged Dedicated Servers, and other online hosting solutions (such as Shoutcast/VoIP/Gameservers) in exchange for the Bitcoin currency.

The website address has been chosen to be http://www.bitservers.co.uk

As you can see, the above is heavily under construction.

We've paid out of pocket so far to have a professional layout built, and I am in the process of integrating everything with WHMCS and building a reliable Bitcoin module to process payments automatically.

Everything should be online and ready to sell within the next 5-7 days.

I hope I have provided enough information to become whitelisted.

Thank-you.

Dedicated Servers for Bitcoins: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=53811.0
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November 17, 2011, 08:16:37 AM
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I am glad people are developing BitCoin businesses  Grin
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November 17, 2011, 08:33:10 AM
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I operate a gold/silver store that accepts bitcoins, it's called BitCoinCommodities.

I am currently trying to assess the need / viability for a silver "savings plan" (kinda like a GOLD IRA).
If the offer should be accepted by critical number of people, I'd like to automate the process.

Feel free to chime in [ here ], as well.

Cheers

Dennis

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November 22, 2011, 11:21:45 AM
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Hello!

I'm an internet entrepreneur trying my hand at bitcoin.

Over the past few days I've been writing an automatic system to deliver on-demand Mt. Gox bitcoin codes to users via Google Checkout.

My goal here is to provide greater liquidity to bitcoin *as a currency* rather than as a trading commodity. I'm attempting to do this by facilitiating small scale bitcoin purchases (and sales) for regular paper currency on low margins.

In essence: users can buy bitcoin (mt. gox codes) using their credit cards (via google checkout) and sell the same using paypal.

Mr Coins is open for business as of today at: http://www.mrcoins.org/

The script has been freshly coded, so if anyone reading this makes a purchase, please be patient. I may have to sort out your order manually. (I will be watching with ernest for the first few days, so your order should go through quickly regardless.)

Thanks for your time.

~Richard

Doing Business As: MrCoins (www.mrcoins.org)

Email via: gco.yandros@gmail.com

Mr Coins -- Buy Mt.Gox Bitcoin using Google Checkout (click my username to get our url)
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November 26, 2011, 09:23:54 PM
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Hello esteemed BitCoin community,

I've been keeping track of the development of the BitCoin phenomenon with it's up's and down's for quite some time already. I would call myself an outsider as I am not a professional in the arts of engineering/computer science, which seems to be a common denominator in many of you.

I've searched and browsed through these forums to find services in the legal/escrow/dispute resolution sphere and there seems to be a few interesting threads related to it.

Where my idea differs from the ones previously presented is the following:

Whereas the discussions in this forum have revolved around technical implementations or "online credibility" for arbitrators/escrows, I myself, as a practicing lawyer am coming from the world of commercial transactions and regulatory reality. My interest in the BitCoin system has always revolved around the interface between the virtual and the "real" - and that is why my idea is that for the escrow/arbitrator to be trusted - his/her identity must be known and he/she has to operate according to the ethical and regulatory standards of the real world. Meaning: his a** can be sued, if necessary.

So, my idea is to provide legal services as myself and not anonymously. That naturally does not mean that my clients need to disclose their identity. The challenge with that is naturally the regulatory regime currently in place within the EU regarding anti-money laundering procedures, which obligates the providers of legal services to know their customers in certain instances. But I believe this hurdle can be overcome.

For this reason I would appreciate if I could get whitelisted to present this idea to a larger audience to see their reactions and get a feel if there would be demand for this kind of service.

Feedback and ideas welcome:
kombinaat@gmail.com
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November 30, 2011, 03:50:10 PM
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Hello!

Blizzcoin.com is a real-time Bitcoin exchanger.
You can purchase Bitcoins instantly via SEPA transfer.

All you need is an account in one of those countries: Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Belgium or The Netherlands.

No registration required.

Best regards!  Kiss
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December 03, 2011, 01:51:27 PM
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any bussines here who accept alertpay?

Got alot of Alertpay chash, i can buy bitcoins for a 50% higher price then normal!
(You cant get scammed with alertpay because i send the money as "donation")

PM me!
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