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Author Topic: Bitcoin Businesses and Developers, Let's Get Started!  (Read 282063 times)
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January 06, 2013, 07:11:08 AM
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Hello my name is Davis,

 Im 28 yrs old , located in sunny south Florida : I am looking to trade physical gold and silver bullion for btc, its just an idea iv'e been throwing around in my head for the past day or so, I have MORE THAN ENOUGH gold and silver bullion / coins in my personal collection that id be willing to trade for some diversification... I am new to this BTC world but i have owned and operated a few businesses  over the past few years and i def. believe there to be potential in this..... Feel free msg me any questions/ideas or hate mail Smiley

Thanks!
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January 06, 2013, 08:11:38 AM
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Hello, I'm Jonathan and have developed a few bitcoin-related sites:

http://howtobuybitcoins.info/
http://weusecoins.jp/
http://bitcoinsushi.com/
etc.

And a Chrome extension:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=33372.0
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/bitcoin-microformats/bkanicejfbhlidgjkpenmddnacjengld

Interested in starting new projects with others. (Websites, P2P apps, real-world stuff, etc.)

Forum PMs are hard to manage. Contact me on Twitter: @jonwaller
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January 06, 2013, 09:39:26 AM
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Interested in discussing Bitmine farm potential in Indonesia where price of electricity is at .06 - .10 per Kw/h. Drop me an email at http://canadianmontessori.org/.

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January 07, 2013, 09:17:48 PM
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Taking bets on my sportbook (nba, nfl, nhl, UFC, etc) in LTC and BTC.  If interested you can PM me for more details and I can make you an account and send you my support email, or you may correspond with me on the thread.  No minimum deposit required.  You can deposit 1 LTC if you wish.  Thanks!

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January 08, 2013, 03:31:40 AM
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Taking bets on my sportbook (nba, nfl, nhl, UFC, etc) in LTC and BTC.  If interested you can PM me for more details and I can make you an account and send you my support email, or  may correspond with me on the thread.  No minimum deposit required.  You can deposit 1 LTC if you wish.  Thanks!


That sounds interesting I use to bet on football a lot crazy how you can do just about anything with bitcoins. I'm new so I don't have any yet but I hope your still around when I get some  Cool
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January 08, 2013, 05:12:07 AM
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Thank you for the opportunity to get whitelisted quickly. I'll opt the old fashion way--putting in my hours reading and posting(s).

I do want to share an idea, though. If any trusted member would like to accept donations for a cause, I have one that would only require collecting $75. It is this one: http://www.sturgismotorcyclerally.com/info-guide/brick-project.php

Full disclosure: I'm not affiliate with that site, but am plugging my Brother-in-Law (name withheld). I'll tell you why I was there in a sec. The site has a rotating banner ad and this one caught my eye so I waited till it came back around (just thought about Alice's Restaurant for a second there) and clicked it. After reading the article, I said to myself, "Self. That would make a nice post on the Bitcoin Forum." Hence this posting.

<Shameless Commerce> (apologies to Car Talk's Click and Clack) Alert: The reason for being at the site is I wanted to see what date it started this year. Also, to get design ideas for my B-I-L to help design the Google Doodle to represent the 71st anniversary of Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. My B-I-L is an artist and, moreover, hand tools leather seats the old school way. He tooled three seats for Steven Tyler of Aerosmith, two of which are in his museum(s). Also, he's been featured in over a dozen magazines. </Shameless Commerce>

So, I'm hoping there's a bitcoin user here on this forum who rides and would love to see a brick with Bitcoin.org placed on Main Street in Sturgis, SD, step up to the plate and make this happen. I, for one, would donate .25 BTC. At that rate, you'll/we'll only need 348 more donations (provide you donate same) to reach the goal.

Maybe the above idea is just a brain fart, but at least I eat healthy.
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January 08, 2013, 01:57:17 PM
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Taking bets on my sportbook (nba, nfl, nhl, UFC, etc) in LTC and BTC.  If interested you can PM me for more details and I can make you an account and send you my support email, or  may correspond with me on the thread.  No minimum deposit required.  You can deposit 1 LTC if you wish.  Thanks!


That sounds interesting I use to bet on football a lot crazy how you can do just about anything with bitcoins. I'm new so I don't have any yet but I hope your still around when I get some  Cool

Thanks Smiley

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January 09, 2013, 08:56:35 PM
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Hello,

I am highly interested into starting a BTC business. I have a degree in Computer Science and Economics. Currently I am living in Berlin. I have already some ideas and would like to discuss further business opportunities and establish partnerships.


Greetings machines! Human I am.
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January 09, 2013, 09:26:25 PM
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I'm a professional software developer based in Australia, with 14 years of industry experience.  I'm interested in working in the bitcoin area so I'm looking for people who need programming expertise who'd like to contract me.

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January 09, 2013, 09:39:00 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
wanna talk?

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January 10, 2013, 09:25:59 PM
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I am the Signatory and Founder of ADSactly The Ultimate Society. We believe we have a system that offers ADSactly what people need to succeed in whatever business venture they are planning to start or are already operating... We offer all the same services that the Big Corporations do at a Fraction of the Cost.

Some of the services we provide are listed below.

Unlimited Website Hosting and Domains

Unlimited Auto-Responder (For making Newsletters and Building a Email List)

Unlimited URL Rotators

Web Page Builders Flash and HTML

Text and Banner Advertising

Public and Private Conference Centers (Coming Soon)

Marketing Cooperatives


We also plan on having Complete Done for you Solutions in the future for people that are too busy or do not understand how to setup Websites, Blogs ect...


We have been looking for programmers and people with good ideas that are willing to share and work together as a Team to create a company that offers
ADSactly what everybody has been looking for many years now.

I hope your community will be able to help us take the next step in the right direction Wink

Please take a look at ADSactly what we are doing I am sure you will find ADSactly what your
looking for!



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January 11, 2013, 12:03:00 AM
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We are a US coin dealer, specializing in Chinese coins since 2006.  I currently do most of my business online with Paypal.  I am interested in improving trade in silver/gold with bitcoins.  www.rarepandacoins.com

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January 11, 2013, 12:05:48 AM
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Can anyone recommend the best online marketplace for physical items that trades with bitcoins?  Is there an "ebay" for bitcoins?
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January 11, 2013, 03:27:10 AM
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Can anyone recommend the best online marketplace for physical items that trades with bitcoins?  Is there an "ebay" for bitcoins?

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January 12, 2013, 05:40:55 PM
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I'm a student looking to develop implementations of some of the non-standard transactions discussed here: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Contracts.

First though, I have a few questions about how transactions work in BTC. I've tried bitcoin.stackexchange, but it doesn't seem too active!
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January 12, 2013, 06:21:50 PM
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Hello,

I am the owner of www.blockbet.net which is an up-and-coming online sports betting site that operates only using Bitcoin. We've been working really hard on the site these past few weeks and while there's still a lot of work to be done, I'm happy to say that betting works as intended and while the interface isn't anything fancy, it should be very simple to use. We update our selections and odds many times per day, as well as handle payouts.

We don't ask our customers to register, and we're not interested in holding on to their bitcoins. You make a bet using the (hopefully) easy to understand form, pay your bet with bitcoins, and if your bet wins you get paid directly to your (or any) Bitcoin wallet. I believe that our betting odds are quite fair in comparison to many other sportsbooks around the Internet and competition can only be good for the industry.

At the moment we have NBA, NFL, KHL games and European football leagues. NHL games will be featured as soon as the season finally starts. I know there's a lot of suspicion towards new Bitcoin businesses, so people feel free to start betting at 0.001 BTC to see how it works and never bet any more than you can afford to. I hope you guys take a moment to have a look around the site, and would definitely love to hear your feedback through the Contact Us form or this forum.

Personally I feel that I know enough about Bitcoin and I'm really itching to leave the Newbie section behind and get my hands on your Gambling forum Smiley

Thank you for your time,

-Paul

ps. Ravens vs Broncos, as well as Clippers vs Magic, starting in a few hours Wink

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January 12, 2013, 10:09:07 PM
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Hi everyone,

Coinster.info is the world's first search engine specifically for crypto-currencies like Bitcoin.

We're just getting started but have big things planned. Everyone please be sure to add your site at Coinster using the following URL:

http://coinster.info/suggest

It only takes a second.

Coinster is dedicated to serving the crypto-community well. Please let us know of anything on your mind.

Thanks all!
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January 13, 2013, 10:54:43 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.
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awesome! work there it'doing what i'm thinking Smiley now i have it all on one screen

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January 13, 2013, 11:02:08 PM
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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

nice work there man..   i realy liked the "company" animation movie .. this can come in handy when we(company i'm working for) are going to release a iphone/web project..
we also are going to accept bitcoins .. so why  not support someone of the bitcoin community for animations..

if you ever need custom music made for movie/animation..  feel free to call upon me..
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also taking bitcoins..  :-)





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January 14, 2013, 03:54:54 AM
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We are currently developing the domain Money4Bitcoins.com.  We will be purchasing Bitcoins for Cash or US Postal Money Orders in the mail.  Launching at the end of the first quarter 2013.
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