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December 07, 2012, 10:16:04 PM
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I'm developing a MMORPG that will use bitcoins as a payment option. http://mo.ee

http://rpg.mo.ee - RPG MO - an indie MMORPG
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December 08, 2012, 03:33:27 AM
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Hello everyone! I am the owner of Amagi Metals. We sell gold and silver worldwide and just started accepting Bitcoins. Our core values are: privacy, fast shipping, sound money, free markets, and financial responsibility. We look forward to joining the Bitcoin community!

AmagiMetals.com is a global eCommerce precious metals retailer and advocates for free markets, free choice, financial responsibility, and sound money.
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December 09, 2012, 08:55:26 AM
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Hey -- just posting because it looks like the thing to do.  I'm here representing http://BitcoinVideoPoker.com/

I started another introduction thread over at

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=129901.0

We've made a bitcoin video poker game that's provably fair and fun to play!

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December 09, 2012, 09:05:34 PM
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Hi.

I am the owner of IntraTech Montreal.

IntraTech Montreal supplies the technology for the telecommunications sector around the world.
We produce a large quantity of product to our customer as Telus Mobility or Roger's Telecommunication.

3 month ago, One of my employees came to me about BitCoin and the necessary technology. Since that day, we decided to throw ourselves into the ASIC extractor industry too.

Since we are already in those kind of industry, we have all the parts and equipment needed for this type of product manufactured.

For those interested, you can come take a look at our website.

For people residing in the Montreal area, you can contact me for a private tour of our factory.

http://www.intratechmontreal.com/

Skype: intratechmontreal
E-mail: raoul.beaupre87@gmail.com

Thank you and good day.
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December 10, 2012, 06:15:05 AM
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Hi.

I am the owner of IntraTech Montreal.

IntraTech Montreal supplies the technology for the telecommunications sector around the world.
We produce a large quantity of product to our customer as Telus Mobility or Roger's Telecommunication.

3 month ago, One of my employees came to me about BitCoin and the necessary technology. Since that day, we decided to throw ourselves into the ASIC extractor industry too.

Since we are already in those kind of industry, we have all the parts and equipment needed for this type of product manufactured.

For those interested, you can come take a look at our website.

For people residing in the Montreal area, you can contact me for a private tour of our factory.

http://www.intratechmontreal.com/

Skype: intratechmontreal
E-mail: raoul.beaupre87@gmail.com

Thank you and good day.

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December 10, 2012, 11:25:02 PM
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I'm an artist, I sell high end wooden puzzles and puzzle boxes at my website for the past 9 years:

www.cubicdissection.com

Implementing BTC payment as soon as I shake out the technical hurdles.  Probably will go fairly low tech, using the same approach as check/money order purchases and posting my wallet address for the purchaser (90%+ of my business is repeat, so they trust me).  Having a hard time finding an otherwise well-integrated OsCommerce solution for it  Undecided
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December 11, 2012, 07:43:36 PM
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I would advice using Ecwid
http://ideas.ecwid.com/forums/22031-customer-suggestions-ideas-for-ecwid/suggestions/1975985-add-bitcoin-as-a-payment-method

it's super easy
unfortunately bitpay doesn't have a oscommerce plugin
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December 12, 2012, 04:12:45 AM
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Hello,

im Largo, software and website developer.
Im into Bitcoins since about 1 year and reading regulary on the forum since a few month.
I am developing a few things for bitcoin at the moment, detailed announcements will follow in future postings.

Largo

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December 14, 2012, 10:19:03 PM
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Hello,

We provide NFC Social Media Solutions. Our lead products, ScanTapTags .

Simply tapping a phone on the ScanTapTag performs an action of your choice: Open your website, like your facebook page, follow you on twitter – the possibilities are endless! If a phone does not support NFC, any phone with a camera can scan the QR code and it will perform the same action.

http://www.scantaptag.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/shop4.png

I have just added Bitcoin support www.scantaptag.com/shop
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December 14, 2012, 10:27:47 PM
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Also i am looking to implement an affiliate scheme which pays the affiliates in Bitcoins
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December 16, 2012, 09:06:39 PM
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Company: Inceptic Physical Bitcoins
Project: Develop physical Bitcoins similar to printcoins (www.printcoins.com), which, unlike printcoins (not that I have anything against them, they are a great product), would be sold preloaded for security and convenience. They would also include other security features such as watermarks and (hopefully) bitcoin specific holograms.
What I want to do on the forums: First of all, I want to talk to casascius about potentially buying a share in his hologram purchase.

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December 17, 2012, 06:57:45 PM
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Hi there,

This is an account created for a Bitcoin gaming site that is in development right now.

Cheers,
Bitsino
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December 17, 2012, 11:01:04 PM
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As it turns out, running a btc lottery didn't even pay off its domain costs so I've abandoned the project. I'm now working on a product that's not btc centric, but could be paid for using bitcoins. Will be seeking investment, and would definitely love finding bitcoin based investment for various reasons (having another service that accepts bitcoin and was backed by bitcoiners but is not specific to bitcoin will help bring users and investors to btc)
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December 17, 2012, 11:08:59 PM
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As it turns out, running a btc lottery didn't even pay off its domain costs so I've abandoned the project. I'm now working on a product that's not btc centric, but could be paid for using bitcoins. Will be seeking investment, and would definitely love finding bitcoin based investment for various reasons (having another service that accepts bitcoin and was backed by bitcoiners but is not specific to bitcoin will help bring users and investors to btc)

Why not start small with .onion or another free domain name? Starting a business in debt without a proven business plan isn't the best business model...
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December 17, 2012, 11:14:42 PM
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As it turns out, running a btc lottery didn't even pay off its domain costs so I've abandoned the project. I'm now working on a product that's not btc centric, but could be paid for using bitcoins. Will be seeking investment, and would definitely love finding bitcoin based investment for various reasons (having another service that accepts bitcoin and was backed by bitcoiners but is not specific to bitcoin will help bring users and investors to btc)

Why not start small with .onion or another free domain name? Starting a business in debt without a proven business plan isn't the best business model...

I'm not sure I made myself clear here. I had 0 debt with the btc lottery idea, it was mostly a project in working with the bitcoin API that I had hoped would be fun and enjoyable but didn't get enough business to justify it. Bummer, but no big deal, and rather than doubling down or continuing a bad project I shut it down and continued work with a separate project that can accept bitcoins as payment.

This project has a proven business model, currently has a minimum viable product (a product that is clearly demonstrable to investors/consumers and can start generating revenue), and has non-btc investors already.
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December 18, 2012, 02:58:50 AM
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My name is Adam Bunger, I run Bitcoin Road.

To trade bitcoin with me:

No Account Necessary with me
No Setup with me
No Linking Bank accounts
No divulging information out to a company.

Just a few approvals and you're set.

All I want is confirmation you are sending me money to me to do what i need to do for you Anonymously as possible.

I know what you're thinking...and Oh, "they" know you spent your money somewhere, But what "they" don't know it is how I move it around for you, to get your BTC to you anonymously.

It's a paper trail that has a dead end.  All "they" know is you gave me money.  Wink  And did you know giving a gift in the United States of America is a complete tax write off up to $13,000 a year and $5,000,000 in a lifetime.  (for now, till congress changes that shit and it goes back to $1,000,000)...if you're ever audited.

So if you give me money, "as a gift" you can claim that. Wink  As long as you don't claim over $13,000 in one year to "ONE" person, you're all good.  And did you know I can get AS MANY GIFTS as I WANT without ANY QUESTIONS ASKED.  I can send $1,000,000 dollars to someone and they will never have to claim taxes on that.  All I have to do is send you BTC as a gift as well...."digital goods".  Wink  Everyone stays out of trouble and under the radar.

Much research and many questions later, has evolved into a big FUCK YOU, to the IRS and the banksters.

Trade with me to get your BTC Anonymously, safely, and reliably.  www.bitcoinroad.com

Thanks guys,
Adam Bunger
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December 18, 2012, 09:21:28 PM
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Hello Bitcoin Fans!

CoinThink.com is a new Bitcoin market analysis site that I develop and maintain.

The current focus is arbitrage and it currently monitors mtgox, bitstamp, and btc-e.

CoinThink gives a complete picture of arbitrage. Its easy to show one market's ask as 5 cents lower than another market's bid but that number alone is meaningless. Cointhink's calculation includes the number of coins for sale and limits that amount by how much can be absorbed by buyers. Also looking at the top bid and the top ask price is not enough. Cointhink looks at all asks that have a bid (on another exchange) at a higher price. The result is a total dollar amount available for arbitrage.

https://www.cointhink.com


The exchange data is refreshed on a relatively slow rate, once every ten minutes, but care is taken to make all exchange API calls at the exact same moment to make accurate inter-market comparisons.

The site will advance over time with more analysis and more features.
Thank you,
donpdonp

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December 18, 2012, 11:57:23 PM
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Hello,
I would like to create a large scale mining operation, possibly btc or litecoin. Tossing up either seeking investors or financing it all myself. Feel free to pm me for further info!

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December 19, 2012, 07:06:16 AM
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I think I want to start a global Bitcoin financial service, maybe. I have some ideas, lets see if I can avoid some restrictions. Should be fun!  Cheesy
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December 19, 2012, 10:01:04 PM
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Just discovered the bitcoin universe 10 days ago

I already have gold fever..... Wink

Have ordered 3k worth of product from both BFL & FGPA (I understand delays ...are FGPA Legit Huh)

Was a network engineers CISCO CCSNA\MCNE etc for 5 years @ start of career

10 year veteran Programmer last 5 years working for Banks & Financial sector

MYSQL
Oracle
SqlServer SSIS\SSAS\SSRS
ASP.NET\MVC\Jquery\JSON
C#\JAVA

Keen to look at porting one of the stratum servers (slush\elopoil) over to IronPython as an exercise to imerse myself into this universe

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