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November 26, 2012, 12:03:45 PM
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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.

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November 27, 2012, 09:10:32 AM
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Currently a business owner.

Own a large warehouse, with cheap power (about 5cents/kw). Looking to invest into large scale bitcoin mining. Would like to shoot for around 5000GH/s in the next 6 months.

Would like to discuss deep bitcoin economics and chat with others doing this.
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November 28, 2012, 05:14:52 PM
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Hi there!

I run a project that's attempting to break-up the cost of suborbital space-flights, to sit within the realm of accessibility for the 99%, so to speak.

Basically, every time someone gives us $10USD (Or soon, the equivalent in BTC) we give them a 1 in 25,000 chance of going into space.

Cool huh?

Here's the site: www.idreamofspace.com

We're running at around 600 customers in 27 countries at the time of this post, I'm joining the forum because I figure the kind of person interested in using BTC, would likely be the same kind of person interested in space travel and progressing humanity in general... that, and I'm a geeky futurist type who likes to learn from other geeky futurist types.
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November 28, 2012, 09:08:42 PM
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We're looking for a programmer to give us a quote for developing a bot to process a poker sites btc processing, maybe a little more if has good enough references. We're looking to get this done asap so please whitelist me so i can contact someone:)

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November 29, 2012, 03:43:04 AM
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I am a software developer working on a couple of Bitcoin related things. 

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November 29, 2012, 07:02:17 PM
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I have some ideas, will be sharing with you after i get full permission to posting  Wink
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November 29, 2012, 07:06:04 PM
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Still lookin for a reputable programmer....


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November 29, 2012, 07:10:03 PM
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I sell software - http://notefrog.com

A potential customer suggested I look into accepting bitcoins. So far, I'm not sure if it will be worth the hassle, but I'm keeping an open mind.

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November 29, 2012, 07:41:59 PM
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. . .A potential customer suggested I look into accepting bitcoins. So far, I'm not sure if it will be worth the hassle. . .
Which hassle has you concerned?  The hassle of fast transactions, or the hassle of eliminating chargebacks?  Perhaps it's the reduction in fraud incidents that has you concerned?


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November 29, 2012, 07:52:42 PM
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I am considering opening a e-commerce site to take advantage of my access to inexpensive junk silver. The other thing I am working on after hours is a bitcoin oriented securities news website. I also run a barter oriented classified ad website Patriotbarter.com that I am looking for a developer to help with accepting bitcoin and bitpay for ad placement.
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November 29, 2012, 10:22:27 PM
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. . .A potential customer suggested I look into accepting bitcoins. So far, I'm not sure if it will be worth the hassle. . .
Which hassle has you concerned?  The hassle of fast transactions, or the hassle of eliminating chargebacks?  Perhaps it's the reduction in fraud incidents that has you concerned?


Well, I've been attempting to GIVE someone $10 in bitcoins for a few days now and still have not completed the transaction. Maybe because I'm stupid, but for the "general public" bitcoins is still a bit confusing.
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November 29, 2012, 10:56:27 PM
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. . .A potential customer suggested I look into accepting bitcoins. So far, I'm not sure if it will be worth the hassle. . .
Which hassle has you concerned?  The hassle of fast transactions, or the hassle of eliminating chargebacks?  Perhaps it's the reduction in fraud incidents that has you concerned?
Well, I've been attempting to GIVE someone $10 in bitcoins for a few days now and still have not completed the transaction. Maybe because I'm stupid, but for the "general public" bitcoins is still a bit confusing.
What part of the process has you confused?

Have you set up a wallet yet?  Have you acquired bitcoins of your own yet?  Do you have the bitcoin address of the person you are trying to send to?  Have you attempted to create the transaction?

Those are the 4 steps, and once you finish the first 2 steps, you only need the last 2 steps in the future (while possibly repeating the second step if you run out of bitcoin).

I suppose anything new is a bit confusing the first time you try it, and depending on the methods you choose you can create additional confusion for yourself.  But if you ask for help, there are several very knowledgeable people here who are willing to help you learn.  We can't help if we don't know what part of the process you are having trouble with.

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November 30, 2012, 01:26:24 AM
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Hi Danny,

Thanks for the advice. I have established a wallet and am waiting on my dwolla being confirmed. But then I find MtGox <-> Dwolla is maybe not what I expected (they seem not to play well together), so I come here reading forums and determine I "might" be able to secure some bitcoins via trading - but only after I leave newbie purgatory.

I would somehow hate for my customer base to have to rely on bitcoins to do business with me. Note sure if any of them would ever make it.

cheers, and thanks for your kindness.

berry

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November 30, 2012, 04:25:07 PM
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Hi Danny,

Thanks for the advice. I have established a wallet and am waiting on my dwolla being confirmed. But then I find MtGox <-> Dwolla is maybe not what I expected (they seem not to play well together), so I come here reading forums and determine I "might" be able to secure some bitcoins via trading - but only after I leave newbie purgatory.

I would somehow hate for my customer base to have to rely on bitcoins to do business with me. Note sure if any of them would ever make it.

cheers, and thanks for your kindness.

berry


If you are in a hurry, I'd recommend using bitInstant.  You'll pay a transaction fee, but they don't have the delays or complications that mtGox has. You also might want to take a look at localbitcoins.com.  There may be someone geographically close to you who might be interested in exchanging in person.  Such a transaction wouldn't have the trust issues you are encountering with trading online.

As for your concern about your customer base having to rely on bitcoins, you aren't likely to have a lot of customers go out and get bitcoin just so they can pay you (unless you offer a unique and highly desired product/service).  However, you may have customers who already have bitcoin stopping by your business so that they can use them. Seems like an opportunity to increase sales a bit.  As bitcoin catches on more, you may see increased comp sales as more and more customers engage in business with you.

If you can think of a faster easier way for a bitcoin seller to engage in transaction with a bitcoin buyer, then there is certainly a business opportunity for you, right?  Once you obtain a large sum of bitcoin you can offer them with a slight fee for profit using whatever method/system you've thought of to reduce fraud issues while simplifying the process.  If your system really is faster and easier than the current systems available, you'll likely find that bitcoin purchasers will be thrilled to give you their local currency in exchange for your fast and easy to obtain bitcoin.

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December 01, 2012, 07:16:41 AM
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I am a developer with a heavy background in finance and energy market trading software.

I am currently working on a project that will provide a single web interface to aggregate prices from all bitcoin exchanges and allow uses to execute from a single website.  its still early days but hope this will improve liquidity and help traders on exchanges get the best possible prices.

I also plan to implement more advanced features such as:

Inter exchange spreads
built in trading bots
risk management

Am open to any feature suggestions or queries.


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December 03, 2012, 01:53:40 AM
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Hi!

I am an Australian developer, currently building a bitcoin site which will offer the full services of a broker. I want to get against the trend of the many of the other sites by having more features available than any others currently have.

I will keep you all updated  Grin

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December 03, 2012, 04:42:13 PM
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My name is Brian and I represent BitConcierge.com.

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I look forward to answering questions and
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December 05, 2012, 08:18:40 AM
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I run a VPS and web hosting business called GigaTux and we've just started accepting Bitcoins. It seems to make sense for virtual goods to be paid with virtual currency!

So, I'm really just hoping to join the general chatter here as I find it Bitcoin fascinating experiment.

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December 05, 2012, 09:33:04 PM
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We are Dedicated Server Hosting company in business since 2008 recently we started to accepted bitcoins as payment method.

We try to offer better promotions for bitcoin users to increase bitcoin credibility in market.

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