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June 23, 2011, 06:43:35 AM
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I just bought two of the BTC-in-resin casts. I bought my roommate some artists' crayons last month. I've made a few BTC by providing coding support and fixing a bizarre network problem. And my roommate, I've gotten somewhat interested in this -- he's considering taking bitcoins for commissioned artwork.

"MOOOOOOOM! SOME MYTHICAL WOLFBEAST GUY IS MAKING FUN OF ME ON THE INTERNET!!!!"
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June 23, 2011, 06:49:22 AM
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The writing services of our very own Atlas, and a Bitcoin Badge, which in hindsight, probably not the wisest purchase...but still cool!

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June 23, 2011, 07:03:58 AM
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I have purchased USD$ with bitcoin.  I cannot find anything else worthwhile to spend bitcoins on.
This. I made a send BTC button in my browser extension. Few people seem to need it.

Such an extension might actually be useful. But seriously: How can you expect anybody to trust a browser extension that is developed by someone who uses stolen email lists to spam people to use this? No one likes spammers. No one likes people using stuff that was stolen. And no sane person will trust someone like that:

Dear valued bitcoin user,

This e-mail informs about Bitcoin Tool, an opensource
Javascript browser extension for Firefox, Chrome,
and Internet Explorer.

Bitcoin Tool recognizes plain text bitcoin addresses
on every website, and:
* links addresses to blockexplorer.com, to examine BTC sent,
received and number of transactions, with one click
* adds a Select button for easier copy-paste
* adds a Send BTC button (requires bitcoin_httpd)

Already over 120 installs.

The download website with the instalation guide:
userscripts.org/scripts/show/104381

Best regards and good luck in future experiences with bitcoin


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I hope actually someone in the US will sue you for sending them unsolicited mail to a mail address that was stolen via the Mt.Gox hack (and in general, I'm not a fan of "everyone sues everyone") ... but spammers just deserve any trouble the legal system can give them.

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June 23, 2011, 07:56:34 AM
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Hmmmm....I see into my future


I walk into the local corner store..walk down the first aisle and think "oooo piece of candy"...
I take the tasty tidbit up to the counter (maybe grab a RedBull on the way)...
I whip out my wallet and pull out my USB/BitCard??? loaded with a few of my BTCs...
I plug/swipe to pay and then leave. Wink

That would be awesome.

I'll do a booty wiggle for a free Satoshi   ( (( (( )))) (((( )) )) )

http://www.tradehill.com/?r=TH-R17815

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June 23, 2011, 08:02:00 AM
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i'm still trying to sell 6pack.com for 5,000 bit coins (or nearest offer)

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June 23, 2011, 08:10:50 AM
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I bought more bitcoins with my coins.

Also I think I've sold a little soul for BTCs.

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June 23, 2011, 08:24:00 AM
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Additional mining hardware from Newegg through BitSpend.com when it was a bit over $20 USD/btc.

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June 23, 2011, 11:44:22 AM
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This. I made a send BTC button in my browser extension. Few people seem to need it.
Its not that few people need it. I, for example, would not trust the browser with access to my bitcoins. I think its too risky.
That's a great feedback, thanks. I will think on that.
Do you trust your browser to access your bank account or ebay account, enter credit card numbers, or send through paypal?

Bitcoin Tool - browser extension for Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer
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June 23, 2011, 11:50:44 AM
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I have purchased USD$ with bitcoin.  I cannot find anything else worthwhile to spend bitcoins on.
This. I made a send BTC button in my browser extension. Few people seem to need it.
Such an extension might actually be useful. But seriously: How can you expect anybody to trust a browser extension that is developed by someone who [...]
I tried several ways of marketing. No need to call me names.
About trust, the whole app is opensource.

Bitcoin Tool - browser extension for Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer
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http://i.imgur.com/4OT19.png    <- Bitcoin Tool recognizes bitcoin addresses on websites, and links them to blockexplorer.
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June 23, 2011, 11:57:36 AM
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This. I made a send BTC button in my browser extension. Few people seem to need it.
Its not that few people need it. I, for example, would not trust the browser with access to my bitcoins. I think its too risky.
That's a great feedback, thanks. I will think on that.
Do you trust your browser to access your bank account or ebay account, enter credit card numbers, or send through paypal?


I use paypal and have used moneybookers. The difference is that those services are part of a company, are centralized and would answer if there is a hack. I think I could recover what I could loose (maybe Im wrong). But this is not an option with Bitcoin (it has other advantages but not this one) so you have to be extracareful.
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June 23, 2011, 01:58:12 PM
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This. I made a send BTC button in my browser extension. Few people seem to need it.
Its not that few people need it. I, for example, would not trust the browser with access to my bitcoins. I think its too risky.
That's a great feedback, thanks. I will think on that.
Do you trust your browser to access your bank account or ebay account, enter credit card numbers, or send through paypal?
I use paypal and have used moneybookers. The difference is that those services are part of a company, are centralized and would answer if there is a hack. I think I could recover what I could loose (maybe Im wrong). But this is not an option with Bitcoin (it has other advantages but not this one) so you have to be extracareful.
Would you trust a Buy Now button? (courtesy of mybitcoin.com)



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http://i.imgur.com/4OT19.png    <- Bitcoin Tool recognizes bitcoin addresses on websites, and links them to blockexplorer.
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June 23, 2011, 02:01:41 PM
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Windows 7 keys @ 1 btc each (when they were at $30). Was pretty nice.
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June 23, 2011, 02:02:14 PM
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Windows 7 keys @ 1 btc each (when they were at $30). Was pretty nice.

That's a heck of a deal!

Im not sure why anyone would want to, but just in case, I humbly and very gratefully accept donations at: 1Kn6NFFE4EqrhN1pgBDoBQEvSA5c3tdqhi
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June 23, 2011, 02:43:22 PM
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I've already purchased:
Bitcoin Sun issues
Art (from various bitcoin-accepting artists)
A PC game
Porn (You know, had to test it out)
Bitcoin weekly article ransom
Poker chips on betco.in

I'm looking to purchase soon:
Hosting
Coffee from BitBrew.net
Some food from BitMunchies.com

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June 28, 2011, 10:07:02 PM
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The writing services of our very own Atlas, and a Bitcoin Badge, which in hindsight, probably not the wisest purchase...but still cool!

Bitcoin Badge? Where? I'm curious!

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June 29, 2011, 12:53:43 AM
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The writing services of our very own Atlas, and a Bitcoin Badge, which in hindsight, probably not the wisest purchase...but still cool!

Bitcoin Badge? Where? I'm curious!

http://www.nerdmeritbadges.com/products/bitcoin

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June 29, 2011, 01:00:44 AM
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Someone told me there were boobs in this thread  Undecided

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June 29, 2011, 09:39:56 PM
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they were deleted, but for 5 btc they are yours  Grin i am out of that buisness.
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