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Author Topic: Bitcoin Businesses and Developers, Let's Get Started!  (Read 281895 times)
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March 09, 2013, 06:45:26 AM
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I need to contact bit365 support, they have not processed one of my wagers. Can you please tell them to message me or something? Thanks!
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March 09, 2013, 03:17:12 PM
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Co-founder and developer of Bitonic.nl
We sell bitcoins using the Dutch iDeal payment system, and accept bitcoin payments for merchants. Other functionality in progress Smiley
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March 09, 2013, 09:33:26 PM
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Wondering why I didn't see this thread prior to posting in the whitelist requests.

I work for Nova! Communications, an ITSP and communications company offering among other things, unlimited incoming and outgoing calling worldwide.

Not only do we accept bitcoins for payment, our stock is issued in it, and our dividends are paid in BTC.

You can see more information by going to www.novafono.com (we're using a self signed cert at the moment, so it might cause a security popup)

Donate @ 1LE4D5ERPZ4tumNoYe5GMeB5p9CZ1xKb4V
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March 10, 2013, 12:47:17 AM
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Membership Director
CLEAR - Cannabis Law Reform
A National Political Party (UK)

http://www.clear-uk.org
http://clear-uk.org/how-you-can-help/membership/
http://www.clear-uk.org/bitcoin

https://www.facebook.com/ClearUK

We're now accepting bitcoin for membership and donations (moving onto merchandise in the near future).

And if someone could point me in the right direction of bitcoin lists to get us added to, and similar?
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March 10, 2013, 01:32:21 AM
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Hello Everyone,

I am a representative of MonsterMegs (http://www.monstermegs.com). Within the last month, we officially started accepting Bitcoin as one of our payment method. With that in mind, we felt it would be a good time to get familiar with the various Bitcoin resource sites around the net, including this one.

MonsterMegs is a United States based web hosting company that provides reliable, affordable and secure Web Hosting, Semi-dedicated hosting, and Reseller hosting services to customers of all sizes, all over the world. Our staff and management has been active in the hosting industry for well over 10 years and know what it takes to ensure each customer gets the best hosting experience possible.

More information will be presented later on in the appropriate forums. I thank you for taking the time to read a bit about our company and what it has to offer. Smiley

Kevin Kopp -  MonsterMegs Business Class Hosting Services
LiteSpeed Powered Shared, Reseller, and Enterprise Hosting
View All Our Monthly Discounts & Coupons: Click Here
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March 10, 2013, 07:09:10 AM
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Hi, everyone,
I am watching bitcoins for couple years, really did not expect it to go THAT: http://bitcoincharts.com/charts high Wink
I know linux,hw,c and stuff, if somebody needs anything, just let me know.

I just set up a p2pool+bfgminer+MSI7850 mining 227Mh/s,but stale rate is 33% - isn't that too high ?

Godspeed to all !
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March 11, 2013, 01:12:42 PM
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BROKER, TRADER, CUSTOMER AND SELLER....

I DO COMPUTER SERVICES HOSTING, CONSULTING, MARKETING AND MORE

WE CAN OFFER DISCOUNTS AND PERKS ON MANY 420 RELATED ITEMS AND CAN ALSO BARTER NEW AND USED PERSONAL SUPPLIES FROM ALL OF OUR PARTNERS, FRIENDS AND FAMILY.

WE ARE 215:BTC FRIENDLY! Smiley FOR ALL YOU CALIFORNIA COMPASSIONATE PATIENTS AND CAREGIVERS


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March 12, 2013, 01:04:21 AM
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Hi Moderators!

We're building a binary options trading site based around Bitcoin. Read more on our thread here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=152021.0

Please could you whitelist our account, and move that thread to the appropriate forum?

Thanks!

http://www.satoshiOption.com
Binary Options powered by bitcoin.
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March 12, 2013, 04:27:16 AM
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I'm looking to open multiple bitcoin-based businesses... I want to help bring bitcoins to the mainstream and make them easier for people to understand and get into. Unfortunatly, it all takes funding, but little by little I believe we can accomplish something.

I'm not sure how many of you seen the Bitcoin ATM at CES this year, but I think this device will revolutionisze the bitcoin market. Its basically an atm that accepts cash and provides bitcoins. Google it, its pretty sweet.





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The Bitcoin ATM is dead in the water - what a ridiculous idea. Its simply a software issue for the likes of every private ATM MFG out there. Some, like NRT of Toronto Canada are heavily into gambling kiosks in unregulated markets. If you want to profit from bitcoin ATM services write the code and sell it to them..... oh wait..... they already have it in Beta no doubt.
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March 12, 2013, 04:39:00 AM
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I do document delivery for any documents pertaining to scientific, engineering, technology, etc. topics; I'm able to do this because of my general location which gives me access to such materials. Wouldn't mind doing document requests for BTC; I am not a member of CCC, so no one needs to worry about copywrong unless you're publishing things that will follow you down the road.

Edit: feel free to send me request by e-mail. I'll first have to verify I can obtain the document/article you request. Naturally, I will either confirm or deny. In the case that I confirm, you'll be given a BTC send address. Once you receive a locked copy of the file, you will have to send payment. Once payment is received, you will receive the code to unlock the file. Transactions are strictly confidential. (All documents are PDF format, of course.) Note: considering the current USD to BTC conversion rate, document requests easily will cost less than 1 BTC.

BTC: 17tTsbpoS5Kjer1rnTEKEJWc2RkECGXYgG
Doing science, engineering, technology, pharmaceutical, etc. document delivery for BTC. E-mail/PM for details and requests.
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March 12, 2013, 01:52:15 PM
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I am in the process of creating a new bitcoin exchange in Canada (btcto.com)  I'm nearly ready to open using TestNet and test it in the wild.  It would be great to be white-listed prior to announcing this in early April.

Toronto Bitcoin Exchange
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March 12, 2013, 06:34:47 PM
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Bitspend LLC proudly announces the launch of Bitspend.net on 3/11/2013. The game-changing site for online shoppers world-wide who wish to pay with Bitcoins, even when the merchants themselves don’t accept it.  Bitcoins have unlimited potential, why should consumer’s purchasing options be!

Bitspend allows consumers to purchase any product, from any merchant, at any time, anywhere in the world. Plus, Bitspend has features in place to allow consumers to shop with complete anonymity. Bitspend believes customers have the RIGHT to buy things without their personal information such as: item purchased or shipping information, being added to databases around the world. BitSpend guarantees anonymity when ordering ANYTHING as long as it is legal where it is purchased.  Consumers have the right to shop privately and anonymously if they so choose. 

This new purchasing power launches in open beta form on Monday March 11, 2013. BitSpend.net is 100% dedicated to bringing privacy, convenience, and ease to the exciting new global Bitcoin economy.
Bitspend provides two options. The basic package: Simply fill out an order on Bitspend.net for your desired product(s). Then pay Bitspend for the item in Bitcoins. Bitspend places the order and has it shipped directly from the retailer - just as if the consumer ordered it themselves.  All the client information is wiped from Bitspend records 31 days after purchase.  The client can also request we wipe their data at any time after receiving their order.

Consumers can also choose the guaranteed anonymity package. Bitspend will have purchased items shipped to our facility, with 24 hour security, where the package is relabeled and reshipped to any address requested within 24 hours of arrival.  All identifiable information about the customer such as name, purchase details and address is wiped from the Bitspend database once the item is received. Clients may also choose to have it stored for 30 days in the case of returns or exchanges.

New features will be added in the coming weeks , including the ability to pay for recurring charges, digital items, subscription based items and more - all with Bitcoins.

 Agile, innovative, revolutionary... BitSpend.net                           
                   
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March 12, 2013, 08:54:46 PM
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Hi Moderators  Smiley

I'll be soft launching a Bitcoin service in Canada this April similar to zipzap but for Canada, the US, and world with the most payment options available for Canada. We plan to expand to Japan as well by May/June.

It's still hard to buy and sell Bitcoins in Canada, there are only 2 companies currently doing so and 1 opened last week. Neither of them offer the best rates either. We will only offer payment methods that transact start to finish within the hour for ease of use and mind and even offer a rare Bitcoin in bulk option. We'll have better, more consistent pricing and service than our competitors.

We're called www.Bitocoin.com and we hope you use us in the future! Cheers Smiley
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March 13, 2013, 01:10:43 AM
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Site soon to released with one of the best copywriters in the country ( UK ) reviewing all things BTC related. Our sister company will be selling hosting, WP design, Linux Admin, Copywriting and Audio and Visual capabilities. All can be bought with Bitcoin.



http://eduncovered.com (For copywriting)
http://zambianastronaut.com (For music and Video)
http://xeru.co.uk (For hosting and web related services -Under construction)

May the force be with us my friends.

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March 13, 2013, 01:13:48 AM
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As an Australian, and having used Bitcoins successfully for my fish import export business. I know well the inconveniences Australians have to suffer to use this amazing new technology. I would like to make Bitcoin more convenient for everyday Australians, and in the process create a nice little business for myself. I am seriously considering opening a bitcoin exchange service
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March 14, 2013, 04:07:51 AM
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I have run and started commodity exchanges.  I am currently running one and would like to apply our technology and knowledge to bit coin.  There is a decent possibility we may be able to list futures and other derivatives around BTC and LTC.  Please whitelist me.
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March 14, 2013, 04:36:13 AM
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We are an established online auction house (over 10 years in business) specialize in luxury goods. Mainly fine art, antiques and jewelry. WOuld like to announce that we now accept bitcoins. Thanks!
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March 14, 2013, 08:32:03 AM
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I'm a freelance software developer. Web, Node.js, Java, C++... pretty much anything.

Would be happy to work for bitcoin Smiley
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March 14, 2013, 07:21:14 PM
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This is the idea I came here to discuss. http://www.paybit.co/

I have been taking questions in this Reddit thread too.  Would love to answer any questions and help spread the word  http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1a9a07/buy_anything_on_amazon_with_bitcoin_no/
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March 14, 2013, 10:32:14 PM
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I am a software developer, proficient in C, C++, Python and somewhat in Java (of course, shell scripts, Perl etc.) - count me in, if you have a new exiting project. I have mostly used Linux/Unix platforms.

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