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October 30, 2012, 04:41:40 AM
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I'm a Ruby/Rails developer looking for good business ideas and good business partners.

I have 10 years professional development experience.

Interested in starting/building a Bitcoin business, as well as working for an existing one.

Ideas that are interesting: Stock exchange, Bitcoin eBay, and pretty much any service that uses dollars and could be run with Bitcoin.
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October 30, 2012, 08:35:16 AM
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Hi,

We are Bit2Brit, we offer BTC to GBP exchange for the UK, you can buy and sell bitcoins on our website [at a great exchange rate]: http://bit2brit.co.uk/, and we also offer an in person transaction for larger transactions.

Best Regards,
The Bit2Brit Team
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October 30, 2012, 11:17:06 PM
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Hey there,

Northland Bitcoins is a new company that wants to faciliate the purchase and selling of Bitcoins in Canada, the USA and Australia.

Our website is under beta testing at the moment and will be launching any day now. We'd like to become valued members of the Bitcoin community. We will offer competitive rates for both the purchase and sale of Bitcoins and look forward to meeting the members of this site!

Thanks,

Northland Bitcoins
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October 30, 2012, 11:19:18 PM
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im looking to start a bitcoin game (Web game)
-web hosting
-coding services
- alot of dat ^
- advertising
- Tons of workers (maby)
 
i haven't seen the game yet aroudn i want to jump on it to see if anyone will help me with it (obvi not free)
id need loans , (cant recive i already know since no post count)
id be willing to do %'s of total earnings
.... im bad at this sorry :>

Bitcoin Game  / Lottery -> http://tinyurl.com/playminefield
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October 31, 2012, 09:21:43 AM
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We are Bit2Brit,

There are unanswered questions about this exchange that was launched by someone not recognized as having participated yet in the Bitcoin community (i.e., consider using an escrow if doing a trade.)

 - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=121265.0

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October 31, 2012, 03:16:29 PM
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I'm a learning Manga Artist, I've been practicing artwork for a long time now, I really need to upload some better stuff but here's a link to my photobucket account where I dump everything and of course a link to my site, I'm also looking to learn Jewelry making and I see bitcoin as a good way of diversifying and making sure I don't get screwed over in the coming depression by investing too much into the pound or any of the other 'conventional' fiat currencies.

http://s1134.photobucket.com/albums/m602/Lethn/

http://www.frontier-space.com/ - Official Site where I plan to host my manga etc.
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October 31, 2012, 05:16:52 PM
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Hi Andreas,

What do you think? My idea is to move all following MtGox codes up, if one of the MtGox coupon codes is deleted. So you can use them one by one.
Sounds good to me.

Or another idea would be, that users can exchange two of the codes. We have to think about a good concept first and then I can implement it.
Not shore what you mean by "users can exchange two of the codes".
You mean like 2 different users, or "one" user can change 2 codes --> like move them to another input field?

Cheers,
MasterX

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October 31, 2012, 06:22:49 PM
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Hey Folks,

I'm a coder so I can help coding (Ruby / Rails / Sinatra) Smiley We have several pet / startup project and one of them is Bitcoin related (CU). We are looking for JV / business partner to monetize CoinUploads.com

CoinUploads.com (http://bit.ly/VwtCjp)  - File storage and sharing for Bitcoin. No registration needed. (Looking for partners to monetize the service.)
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October 31, 2012, 10:40:55 PM
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Hello.
I'm working on some fun projects and am open for fresh ideas. I have experience with hpc and python.
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October 31, 2012, 11:44:46 PM
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Hi Andreas,

What do you think? My idea is to move all following MtGox codes up, if one of the MtGox coupon codes is deleted. So you can use them one by one.
Sounds good to me.

Or another idea would be, that users can exchange two of the codes. We have to think about a good concept first and then I can implement it.
Not shore what you mean by "users can exchange two of the codes".
You mean like 2 different users, or "one" user can change 2 codes --> like move them to another input field?

Cheers,
MasterX

Hello MasterX,

I guess the first idea is better. Just Moving codes up. I am also thinking about recovering codes, that already had been deleted. If you delete a still  valid code, it is kind of cumbersome to log in your MtGox account to get this deleted code back. I am thinking of a list and only part of this list is visible.

code_-2
code_-1
code_0
code_1
code_2
...
code_10

code_0 to code_10 are visible and the rest is not. This means deleting for example code_1 moves this code to code_0. The user is able to move codes up and codes down. So moving down the list you can get code_0 back. Just in case you deleted it unintentionally.

The idea with exchanging codes is inferior.

code_1
code_2
code_3
code_4

Now the user wants to have code_3 on top of the list. Just exchange these two codes.

code_3
code_2
code_1
code_4

I guess this would be much easier to implement.

But I want this feature that a user can recover a MtGox coupon code deleted unintentionally. I still have to think some more about this new feature.

Regards

Ouzo69

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November 01, 2012, 05:45:19 AM
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I own and operate http://www.btc-market.net and http://bitcoin-roulette.com

Our goal is to make BTC more of a popular online currency.
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November 03, 2012, 01:10:16 AM
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Hello members,

We are programmers posting on behalf of our project, BTCworkers. BTCworkers is pretty much a freelancing board whose currency is bitcoins. One key feature in BTCworkers not found in other freelancing boards is full payment escrow. Among other things, we take security very seriously.

Because we are in a public beta phase, we would like to get as many people as possible to try out BTCworkers, to ensure success for general release.

Our site: https://www.btcworkers.com/
Our faq: https://www.btcworkers.com/faq
Blog post: http://blog.btcworkers.com/2012/11/public-beta-announcement.html

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November 03, 2012, 01:48:50 AM
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Hi Andreas,

What do you think? My idea is to move all following MtGox codes up, if one of the MtGox coupon codes is deleted. So you can use them one by one.
Sounds good to me.

Or another idea would be, that users can exchange two of the codes. We have to think about a good concept first and then I can implement it.
Not shore what you mean by "users can exchange two of the codes".
You mean like 2 different users, or "one" user can change 2 codes --> like move them to another input field?

Cheers,
MasterX

Hello MasterX,

I guess the first idea is better. Just Moving codes up. I am also thinking about recovering codes, that already had been deleted. If you delete a still  valid code, it is kind of cumbersome to log in your MtGox account to get this deleted code back. I am thinking of a list and only part of this list is visible.

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I think the solution you're looking for is some type of flag/state. For example, instead of deleting an entry from your database, just give it a state of 0. So basically "soft deleting"; the user sees it's deleted, but because it's still in the DB, it can be recovered. This is a much cleaner solution.
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November 03, 2012, 02:31:24 PM
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I am accepting bitcoins on my music/cd mastering site, does that count?

I don't know why it shouldn't.

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November 03, 2012, 10:03:17 PM
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Hello MasterX,

I guess the first idea is better. Just Moving codes up. I am also thinking about recovering codes, that already had been deleted. If you delete a still  valid code, it is kind of cumbersome to log in your MtGox account to get this deleted code back. I am thinking of a list and only part of this list is visible.

code_-2
code_-1
code_0
code_1
code_2
...
code_10

code_0 to code_10 are visible and the rest is not. This means deleting for example code_1 moves this code to code_0. The user is able to move codes up and codes down. So moving down the list you can get code_0 back. Just in case you deleted it unintentionally.

The idea with exchanging codes is inferior.

code_1
code_2
code_3
code_4

Now the user wants to have code_3 on top of the list. Just exchange these two codes.

code_3
code_2
code_1
code_4

I guess this would be much easier to implement.

But I want this feature that a user can recover a MtGox coupon code deleted unintentionally. I still have to think some more about this new feature.

Regards

Ouzo69
Hello Andreas,

Thats kind of what i had in mind.

Btw, i just tested the 1920x1080 version.
I think it depends on wich os  the end user uses, but as i test it, it hangs over my task bar (using windows7).
The window buttons (min, max, close) are not completely visible, only like 2milimeter is visible of the upper window side.
For now i use the 1600x900 version on my 1920x1080 screen.

Cheers,
MasterX

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November 04, 2012, 04:40:11 PM
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I'd like to say hi and introduce Triple B mining.  Cool
https://www.litecoinglobal.com/security/TRIPLE-B-MINING
and more info at http://www.facebook.com/TripleBMining
or tweet us @LiteLoufie  Grin

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BTC/LTC Hybrid mining. BTC-ASIC LTC-GPU mining with dividends being paid in LTC only for now to help support this fledgling crypto currency. If this isn't feasible BTC payouts will commence. The sale of bonds is funding the purchase of ASIC hardware.  Cool

The Triple B Group

Hybrid BTC/LTC mining BOND GPU/ASIC-triplebmining.com

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November 05, 2012, 07:13:40 PM
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Creating open source bitcoin slot machines and table games using node.js. Hoping to expand into financial services

keybase.io/abrkn/key.asc
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November 06, 2012, 09:24:17 PM
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I'm a designer.

I've worked on many things ranging from stationary to surfboards, posters to puzzles.
If anyone needs my portfolio, then please give me a shout.

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November 08, 2012, 02:16:39 PM
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What have you accomplished specifically?
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November 08, 2012, 03:36:30 PM
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I have developed a website for selling pet supplies.  www.keystonepetplace.com  I have installed the btcgear bitcoin opencart extension, but am having some trouble getting it up and running.  Hopefully that will be resolved by the end of the week.
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