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December 06, 2010, 03:41:49 PM
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Just an idea that came to me. If it's liked then I'll clean it up.

It's supposed to be a b made out of a 1 and a 0 (representing a bit and the digital aspect of it), and it's round (representing it as a coin shape).

http://www.speedyshare.com/files/25560952/bitcoin10.svg

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December 06, 2010, 03:52:00 PM
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The idea is nice.
But the image doesn't make me think of money... maybe inside of a coin?

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December 06, 2010, 04:09:23 PM
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Just an idea that came to me. If it's liked then I'll clean it up.

It's supposed to be a b made out of a 1 and a 0 (representing a bit and the digital aspect of it), and it's round (representing it as a coin shape).

http://www.speedyshare.com/files/25560952/bitcoin10.svg
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December 06, 2010, 04:26:54 PM
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I like it. But it needs additional elements to be an effective symbol, I think -- perhaps it should be put on a coin image.

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December 06, 2010, 04:29:17 PM
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The idea is nice.
But the image doesn't make me think of money... maybe inside of a coin?

I like the simplicity of the symbol and it works a whole lot better than the Thai Bhat symbol that most people are currently using.  This symbol also seems to encompass the essential element of the concept too, being a "digital currency" (the 1 & 0) and keeping the letter "b" in there as well.

My only complaint is the part of the zero that falls off to the left side that is sort of just hanging there.

As a monetary symbol, I've seen much worse even for government currencies.

If you could work in the elements of BTC into that symbol (even a flipped "c" or something like that) it would be perfect.

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December 06, 2010, 05:01:34 PM
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Just doing some freehand stuff, I came up with this "alternative" that you might want to play with:



Obviously that needs to be cleaned up a whole lot, but it seems like a variation on the theme you used here.

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December 06, 2010, 05:42:45 PM
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Just doing some freehand stuff, I came up with this "alternative" that you might want to play with:



Obviously that needs to be cleaned up a whole lot, but it seems like a variation on the theme you used here.
I demand to see the birth certificate of that bitcoin.

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December 06, 2010, 06:51:55 PM
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Obviously the small things like "it looks a bit rough" or "the white border is uneven" disappear after processing. It's just whether others like the concept of it.

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I like the idea of making a coin with it on. Not sure about adding the C (it already has the coin idea as the 0, and it might make it too cluttered).

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December 06, 2010, 07:10:43 PM
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Just doing some freehand stuff, I came up with this "alternative" that you might want to play with:



Obviously that needs to be cleaned up a whole lot, but it seems like a variation on the theme you used here.

I like the concept of this idea so I ran with it:



Ignore the roughness for the time being- it's only a draft.

The 1 and backwards C make a b if you look. T makes the T. backwards C makes the C. And then you have the 1 at the start and backwards C looking like a 0 at the end to represent a bit.

Also behold hotwheels bitcoin Smiley



Has no meaning, but I thought it looks cool.

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December 06, 2010, 09:19:55 PM
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