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December 28, 2011, 09:13:19 PM
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Looking to start a bit-buisiness for the exchange of mtgox codes in the UK, USA & Australia. My idea is for a two tiered exchange service. 1 will be invite only and the other normal exchange for the UK, USA, RUS & AUS.

I'm looking for expert high quality coders, web designers, graphic designers, to build the site implement API'S and also encryption experts, and security and privacy specialists to help with the project. To get the project off the groun I need 4 buisness partners in USA, UK, RU & AU. So if you live in one of those countries and want to help contact me.
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December 29, 2011, 03:18:27 PM
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Looking to start a bit-buisiness for the exchange of mtgox codes in the UK, USA & Australia. My idea is for a two tiered exchange service. 1 will be invite only and the other normal exchange for the UK, USA, RUS & AUS.

I'm looking for expert high quality coders, web designers, graphic designers, to build the site implement API'S and also encryption experts, and security and privacy specialists to help with the project. To get the project off the groun I need 4 buisness partners in USA, UK, RU & AU. So if you live in one of those countries and want to help contact me.

I may have something you'd be interested in.

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January 02, 2012, 07:25:43 PM
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Hello all.  I work for Best Buy and have brought the idea of Best Buy accepting Bitcoins up to my store director and on the company suggestion forums.  While the higher ups admitted they new nothing of bitcoins they were interested in hearing more about them and asked me to make a presentation to explain bitcoins more and the benefit that Best Buy would receive in accepting them.  I have compiled quite a few advantages but would love to see what other advantages a large retailer would benefit from from some other users.
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January 05, 2012, 12:16:29 AM
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What does that have to do with bitcoin?
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January 06, 2012, 02:09:12 AM
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i will start my exchange service soon!
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January 06, 2012, 06:08:25 AM
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www.BitCoin-Data.com is home for the BitCoinData Program.  It provides BitCoin bar chart historical data files and optional candlestick charts.  You can request up to 12 time frames.  These simple OHLCVol files contain up to 1000 bars of history in each file.  This is easy 15 minute delayed BitCoin data for your own use.  All files are auto updated every 50 seconds.

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January 06, 2012, 10:41:16 PM
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Hi, I currently own and run a website (http://bitcoffers.com/) which allows people to obtain free Bitcoins for completing offers such as filling out surveys. I also act as a Bitcoin consultant, implementing custom payment solutions for websites using Bitcoin.

Is this legit?

Why shouldn't it. there are many sites like this and it's no difference if you get payed with $ or BTC Tongue
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January 06, 2012, 10:59:01 PM
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Hi, I currently own and run a website (http://bitcoffers.com/) which allows people to obtain free Bitcoins for completing offers such as filling out surveys. I also act as a Bitcoin consultant, implementing custom payment solutions for websites using Bitcoin.

Is this legit?

Why shouldn't it. there are many sites like this and it's no difference if you get payed with $ or BTC Tongue

I quite like the model that dailybitcoins uses ( http://dailybitcoins.org ). It's simple and let's you get bitcoins (or at least fractions of them) right away. All of the other ones seem difficult to actually get as payout. That's my experience, anyways.

In any case all of those types of models will eventually have to become secondary to the use of bitcoins as a payment currency for actual tangible goods and real services. There is a certain lag there though it seems.
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January 08, 2012, 03:04:17 AM
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Anybody thought about a bitcoin only exchange for game items such as WoW, Runescape, Final Fantasy and other MMORPGs, etc..?

Thanks
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January 08, 2012, 01:56:11 PM
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Anybody thought about a bitcoin only exchange for game items such as WoW, Runescape, Final Fantasy and other MMORPGs, etc..?

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You mean a place to trade MMORPG items for Bitcoin?
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January 08, 2012, 02:04:14 PM
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Anybody thought about a bitcoin only exchange for game items such as WoW, Runescape, Final Fantasy and other MMORPGs, etc..?

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You mean a place to trade MMORPG items for Bitcoin?

Yes. That's what I wanted to say. Haha
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January 08, 2012, 02:07:40 PM
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Anybody thought about a bitcoin only exchange for game items such as WoW, Runescape, Final Fantasy and other MMORPGs, etc..?

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You mean a place to trade MMORPG items for Bitcoin?

Yes. That's what I wanted to say. Haha

That's not an exchange. It's more of a MMORPG marketplace. It would be nice to have one of those. Maybe one day.
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January 08, 2012, 02:16:06 PM
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Anybody thought about a bitcoin only exchange for game items such as WoW, Runescape, Final Fantasy and other MMORPGs, etc..?

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You mean a place to trade MMORPG items for Bitcoin?

Yes. That's what I wanted to say. Haha

That's not an exchange. It's more of a MMORPG marketplace. It would be nice to have one of those. Maybe one day.

I believe that's what https://ogrr.com/ is.

I heard about it here http://www.thebitcointrader.com/search/label/ogrr but have never tried it.
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January 08, 2012, 02:24:01 PM
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Thanks for the link! I didn't know that already existed. Maybe I'll try it out one day.
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January 08, 2012, 02:32:30 PM
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Anybody thought about a bitcoin only exchange for game items such as WoW, Runescape, Final Fantasy and other MMORPGs, etc..?

Thanks

You mean a place to trade MMORPG items for Bitcoin?

Yes. That's what I wanted to say. Haha

That's not an exchange. It's more of a MMORPG marketplace. It would be nice to have one of those. Maybe one day.

I believe that's what https://ogrr.com/ is.

I heard about it here http://www.thebitcointrader.com/search/label/ogrr but have never tried it.

awesome, thank you!
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January 09, 2012, 05:26:18 AM
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Me and a few of my partners plan on making a site for bitcoin trades. (sort or like a BTC version of ebay, I suppose) and having an account here is pretty much beneficial.

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January 09, 2012, 08:40:06 AM
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Hello I am looking a Hd 5970 if you have any or considering selling pm to discuss a price.
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January 09, 2012, 07:20:25 PM
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Howdy, I sell solar power generators and other alternative energy equipment. @ zumbador.com

 I would love to fine a good way to implement bitcoin into the checkout process of a prestashop shopping cart.

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January 10, 2012, 12:24:19 AM
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I own an operate a server hosting company and we currently accept payments in Bitcoins. Our company is called "TigerClan Hosting". Having access to the forums will allow our company access to support for various activities involving Bitcoins. It will also help on my own personal Bitcoin Mining problems that should arise.
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