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July 17, 2012, 12:12:44 PM
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I wish that one day after the Bitcoin become more secure with higher network power it will be more acceptable and supported by big Co. like Google
It is the most powerful distributed computing network now.

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July 17, 2012, 07:42:00 PM
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I am an entrepreneur writing at http://abitcoinblog.com

I am also launching a bitcoin startup. We are developing a revolutionary way to interact with bitcoin, and currently looking for a new co-founder/CTO.

Would greatly appreciate a whitelisting Cheesy
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July 18, 2012, 01:44:29 AM
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I am an entrepreneur writing at http://abitcoinblog.com

I am also launching a bitcoin startup. We are developing a revolutionary way to interact with bitcoin, and currently looking for a new co-founder/CTO.

Would greatly appreciate a whitelisting Cheesy
Whitelisted.

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July 19, 2012, 02:23:01 AM
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I'll do low fee escrow service if anyone is interested.
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July 19, 2012, 07:21:44 PM
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I am interested in starting a charter school. I want to combine a charter school with a coffee shop. In Wisconsin it's legal and possible. I would have like to have the kids run the coffee shop under the guidance of teachers and businessman and woman The goals of the school would be to vocational skills, entrepreneurial skills and an appropriate public education. I really need to find a funding source to staff the planning committee. Charters school can be ran for profit to Wisconsin. I believe I could provide a decent return in anywhere from 2 -5 years.  Or donations would be welcome to.  I would like to be white listed.
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July 25, 2012, 12:51:46 AM
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I've been developing a trading bot for MTGox for the last couple of months. I would like to share my experience with anyone interested.

I would love to hear more about this. PM me please.
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July 27, 2012, 11:09:16 AM
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Not in desperate need of whitelisting, I can probably wait to acquire my 4 hours forum time - this forum is sickeningly addictive after all! Just thought i'd introduce myself and up my post count...

Recent masters graduate in computer science, 27 years old, experienced c/c++/Java developer, currently working on mobile and web applications, with a particular focus on Qt.

My reason for finally registering is to try and track down some local developers in order to launch a bitcoin oriented startup.
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July 29, 2012, 10:14:40 PM
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I'm a licensed massage therapist in texas and interested in accepting bitcoin for incall/outcall treatments once they catch on

Are you male or female? ;-)
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August 01, 2012, 03:20:04 PM
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Hello,
This is David from the original Alpaca Socks for Bitcoin site!  I've just finished automating our site to automate the order process.
While still clunky, hopefully this is a simpler, faster, and more transparent process than our original email-based ordering process. I'd like feedback from others who are accepting bitcoins on their website for physical goods. I'd like to offer more products, but haven't exactly figured out a simple and efficient bitcoin payment interface that allows for a large catalog of goods and doesn't require me being a programmer.

I love bitcoins and it's been great to watch it grow up over the last 2 years!

http://www.grasshillalpacas.com/alpacaproductsforbitcoinoffer.html
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August 01, 2012, 03:35:43 PM
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Hello,
This is David from the original Alpaca Socks for Bitcoin site!  I've just finished automating our site to automate the order process.
While still clunky, hopefully this is a simpler, faster, and more transparent process than our original email-based ordering process. I'd like feedback from others who are accepting bitcoins on their website for physical goods. I'd like to offer more products, but haven't exactly figured out a simple and efficient bitcoin payment interface that allows for a large catalog of goods and doesn't require me being a programmer.

I love bitcoins and it's been great to watch it grow up over the last 2 years!

http://www.grasshillalpacas.com/alpacaproductsforbitcoinoffer.html
Whitelisted you to post everywhere.  Wink

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August 01, 2012, 03:51:39 PM
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Hello,

I'm very interested in bitcoins. It seems the perfect alternative to fiat currency in my opinion.
I'm a webdeveloper (backend + frontend) with 6+ years experience looking to offer my services.

For me using bitcoins would be perfect as I don't want to start a company just yet.
And most wouldbe employers (in Belgium) require freelancers to have a vat number for taxes.
This would require me to find a accountant and don't want all that administration just yet.

Im 26, live in Belgium and I'm quite skilled at my job.
Since I cannot present a portfolio of my work, I would be very reasonable in regard to pricing.
However I will not work for India/China prices Wink

I'm also interested in working together on some bitcoin related project..

Looking forward to serious replies

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August 02, 2012, 01:03:00 AM
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I'm a developer and I'm looking for a project that will help get more people using bitcoin. Any ideas?
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August 02, 2012, 09:07:27 PM
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I am an attorney currently working as an anti-money-laundering investigator for one of the world's largest banks. The decentralized nature of Bitcoin is raising serious AML concers within the banking system.

Bitcoin lacks a centralized entity making it incapable of conducting due diligence, monitoring and reporting of suspicious activity, running an AML compliance program, or accepting and processing legal requests like subpoenas.


Despite the above-mentioned risks and cocens of my employer and my employer's regulaotrs, I strongly believe in Bitcoin. I believe it has the potential to completely transform the global monetary system. I am here to help in any way that I can.

Money Service businesses (MSBs) are a type of financial institution under the law.

A business is an MSB if it offers one or more of the following services:

Money orders
Traveler’s checks
Check cashing
Currency dealing or exchange
Stored value
Provides Money Transmission Services.

“Money Transmission Service” means the acceptance of currency, funds, or other value that substitutes for currency from one person and the transmission of currency, funds, or other value that substitutes for currency to another location or person by any means.
(Revised July 2011 by FinCEN).

MSB regulations currently “apply to persons engaged in above-specified activities that exceed $1,000 for any person in any day,” with the exception of money transmitters, which do not have an activity threshold.

A Principal MSB must register with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and maintain certain records regarding its Agent and/or foreign counterparty relationships.

Subject to regulatory oversight by the IRS and various state banking departments and must comply with the Bank Secrecy Act as well as various state laws and regulations.
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August 04, 2012, 02:44:34 AM
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I'm a developer and I want to work on the Bitcoin bank notes project thats coming about.

I'd like to work on other projects too, so I'll be looking around at what other people are up to. If you want to do something interesting and need a dev, feel free to ping me
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August 04, 2012, 06:57:08 PM
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I'm in the early development stages of a project, and I'm looking to introduce the concept for thoughts on its merit and marketability, people's wishlists in regards to features, etc.

The idea is basically, DHL / Fedex / UPS etc. but paid for in bitcoin and potential anonymity if needed, or full verification if needed, and tracking for anyone. The thought occurred to me when I recently had the need to send some papers to Japan, and it cost $60 at Fedex to sent a couple ounces of papers (like, 20 standard pages) from Houston to Tokyo. Other places can be substantially more, and this was the CHEAP option.

My thinking is that, with the right math and less overhead, this could be waaayy more efficient, at least after it reaches a sufficient size. I'm a math major, so we'll see.

Possible titles are Planet Express, as kind of a wisecrack to being the small guy in comparison to the aforementioned delivery giants ala Futurama and Mom Corp.  Grin
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August 04, 2012, 07:23:50 PM
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This could also be used as a better method for distribution of Bitcoin Magazine, for example.
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August 05, 2012, 02:53:34 PM
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I am working on a yes another Mining project, I have cheap electricity where I am and have the ability to grow it to a greater level
http://www.bitmininginvestments.com/index.html
Business Plan and 2 Year Fins are posted check them out.

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August 05, 2012, 06:31:09 PM
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Does anyone know how the BTC to Gold services work? Do they go just change the coins thru Mt.Gox and buy the stuff from local gold vendors and sell it to you?
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August 07, 2012, 05:03:53 AM
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Hello,
This is the support account for cointube.tv! There was some discussion about our service on the economics forums so I would like to request a whitelist to respond.

CoinTube.tv is the first website to offer users FREE BITCOINS just for watching youtube videos! Check us out at:

http://www.cointube.tv

Thank you!
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August 07, 2012, 05:29:06 AM
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I run a file hosting service like Rapidshare.com/Mediafire.com,

Paypal is currently a bad payment provider for file hosts and out the question,

Our service will gain popularity in the upcoming weeks and we are aiming to become one of the top 500 visited sites by the end of the year.


Oh and the only payment option will be in Bitcoins so we wish to make a positive effect on the economy too Cheesy

I will post details about it soon.
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