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December 21, 2012, 01:25:33 PM
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I run www.urbanberlin.de
Have set up a bank account for recieving payments in BTC.

Am currently learning more on btc, existing business' and more.

Are there any sport-betting sites?
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December 21, 2012, 03:11:21 PM
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I run www.urbanberlin.de
Have set up a bank account for recieving payments in BTC.

Am currently learning more on btc, existing business' and more.

Are there any sport-betting sites?

so you want to go into mining?
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December 22, 2012, 02:10:21 AM
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Hello,

we have just launched our new site where you can sell bitcoins for wire transfer (SEPA and ACH), Westernunion, PayPal and Cash in Mail.

http://sellbitcoins.to/

You can check our current rates on our site.
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December 23, 2012, 04:07:16 AM
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I'm a motion designer / filmmaker, looking to offer my services for BTC. You can check out my work here: http://batteryfire.com
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December 23, 2012, 02:15:22 PM
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This is the support account for coinvisitor.com!

We're a new website that allows EVERYONE to get free Bitcoins for visiting websites for seconds(from 10 to 40 seconds)

If you have a Bitcoin website to advertise we offer a variety of unique features for you:

1) Pre-Qualified Visitors
All Coinvisitors are guaranteed to have a Bitcoin wallet and have some familiarity with using Bitcoin.

2) Unique Visitors
Unique visitors(ip based) on a 24 hour period. Tor users are banned

3) One Click Captcha Verified
All Coinvisitors are captcha verified to ensure that you only receive human verified traffic.

4) Very cheap advertisers cost
From 0.0002 BTC per visitor (currently beta promotion)
You can deposit any amount

5) Configurable
You can choose how long your website have to be displayed

6) Free promoters
You will get free promoters thanks to our link SAEM(share and earn more)

Thanks for checking us out!
http://coinvisitor.com

Earn Free Bitcoin from coinvisitor.com
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December 23, 2012, 02:45:25 PM
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looking for mining pool developer
just need classic mining pool setup
contact me! BTC
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December 24, 2012, 02:15:53 AM
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we have just launched our new site where you can sell bitcoins

There are accusations of that site being a SCAM and there has been no response to the accusations.

 - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=132015.msg1417350#msg1417350

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December 24, 2012, 07:58:10 PM
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This account is meant to bring my moneypak trading business to users of the forum here.
We offer BTC to MP and vice versa.
Also offering Cash in Mail and Money Order to/from BTC exchange services.
Our newest line offers the best exchange rates, where you get a debit card (on your own) that is loadable through moneypaks, then we load it in exchange for BTC.

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December 25, 2012, 09:01:57 PM
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Hi I'm Atif from the UK and I have just setup a ukash to bitcoin exchange at www.bitcoin-services.co.uk. To establish myself and gain feedback I am willing to be flexible with senior members with my exchange initially by transferring bitcoins before exchanging the ukash voucher. At the moment I'm not charging any fees so you get the current rate on mtgox.

Buy Bitcoins with Ukash      http://www.bitcoin-services.co.uk
Buy Bitcoins with SMS        http://www.bitcoin-services.co.uk/sms-to-bitcoin.php
Earn Free Bitcoin               http://bitcoin-services.co.uk/free-bitcoins.php
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December 26, 2012, 08:59:41 AM
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Well met! We are a Virginia (USA) based technology startup.
https://www.cyberontic.org/

Our primary product is a single all-included package (graphic design, development, hosting, and all other concerns).

However, we have staff extremely capable in broad fields:
  • Graphic Design
  • Development (C, C++, Java, Perl, PHP, Ruby, Python)
  • Algorithmic Consulting
  • System/Network Administration - (including real non-oracle support for your Sun boxxen)
  • Penetration Testing (red-team) and Software source auditing

We try to focus in work for our local economy, however that does not limit our horizons!
We take both BTC and LTC for all of our services, and don't mind working with anonymous customers.  Smiley

Our first bitcoin-centric service was launched this week: https://bitmine.cyberontic.org/

Cyberontic Bitmine is a tor-friendly low-risk investment pool, and the solvency is backed by the parent organization.
We have a unique opportunity for physical access to some of the best power rates in the USA, and our unique
network security and cryptography experience allows us to protect the mining infrastructure in the extreme.

All investments in Bitmine are used for mining infrastructure. Bitmine is designed to be a break-even
venture for the parent organization- all profits are returned to the investors.

Answers to any questions about Bitmine should be available on the project page. Any further questions
can simply be asked here questions@cyberontic.org.

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December 28, 2012, 07:07:09 AM
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Very great idea to get new business out there!
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December 29, 2012, 04:14:53 AM
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CoinVisitor, I don't understand how to advertise on your site. PM me!

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December 30, 2012, 10:51:46 AM
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Hi

we're launching a new project related to the security of bitcoins - you can get more information about it here http://www.btchip.com

(also created another post yesterday before I saw this one, but the spam will stop here Grin)

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December 30, 2012, 10:28:20 PM
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Hi!

I'm providing software consulting and development services (with a focus on C++, server backend logic and high-performance networking) and I've started accepting BTC payments this year. You can contact me by PM for project requests.

Moreover, I'd like to spread the word that the freelancing platform freelancer.com where I also provide my services has recently added a separate category for bitcoin-related projects, unfortunately without projects yet. If you are in need for bitcoin-related development and can pay in non-BTC currencies, I'd like to suggest that you give it a try so bitcoin can get more traction there. This may increase the number of developers getting interested in bitcoin technology.
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December 31, 2012, 08:36:43 AM
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Bitcoin Forum Members,

So I serve as the CEO of a software development company Engine Inc. ( www.LDEngine.com ) and we are considering accepting BTC this March when we launch the Beta version of our software.

I'm joining the forums to interact with experienced members of the BTC community, get advice from other merchants who accept BTC and generally build a presence in the BTC community.

Thanks for considering me for Whitelisting.

Best Regards,

-DJohnston

“The state is that great fiction by which everyone tries to live at the expense of everyone else.” ― Frédéric Bastiat
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December 31, 2012, 08:08:33 PM
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Hey, my name is Anthony. I am a developer and I have a project going right now to try to attract new customers from other currencies into bitcoins. One of my first goals with my project is to bring them into an environment that they recognize with a "savings" and "checking" account. Both of which being individual wallets and helping them create paper wallets from there. As my project expands, I would like to offer them the ability to get a debit card and be able to convert bitcoins to their currency as well for purchases anywhere. I have that far to the back because I know with the issuance of debit cards I am going to have a lot of regulations to follow.

Tips are always appreciated 1Gr1MZuqpSZJbApsgpMnHFhKHkXUdHqYRe
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January 01, 2013, 10:37:24 PM
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My name is Ken, my goal is to start a business in the bitcoin space but still not sure where exactly to start at, here is what i do.

-CEO of a large Affiliate Marketing network
-Been involved in the computing world for 10 years
-Hold 3 Degrees, Bachelor in IT, Master in MIS, and an MBA.
-Live in Florida
-25 years old

What am I looking for?

1) A business to invest in.

or

2) A partner to start a new business (would prefer to partner with a seasoned developer, since I do not code)

Nice to meet everyone!

Looking forward to hearing what is out there

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January 04, 2013, 03:27:39 PM
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Hi,

I just released a web application: https://rigsmonitoring.com that allows you to monitor your mining rigs.

Initially I started RigsMonitoring as a side project, when I started Bitcoin mining, I wanted to be sure everything was working correctly without having to open a SSH terminal 50 times a day.

Please don't hesitate to leave feedback, criticism, or to ask whatever questions you have.

Thanks
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January 04, 2013, 03:36:56 PM
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Hey guys, I'm a developer and I'm working on various projects. My github profile is https://github.com/JoshuaEstes and one bitcoin library I'm working on is https://github.com/nbobtc/bitcoind-php (wrapper for bitcoind it's work in progress, not yet stable and some things are not yet complete).

I would like to be able to post and reply in the project development forum.

Some of the things I'm interested in or am working on is a btc exchange, mining pool, and online wallet. I am also working on a bitcoin game which I would like to announce once done. If anyone needs anything custom, please let me know =)

Thanks

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January 05, 2013, 06:12:33 PM
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bitsecsecurity.com
We offer Security Consulting Services and Web Development services for BTC.
We also offer domain names for as low as .20BTC!

AppleCoreHosting.com Web Hosting for Bitcoins starting at 0.004BTC
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