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May 23, 2013, 07:36:56 PM
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Dear Bitcoins-Community,

there are two matters of concern:

1. As a Bitcions-delighting user for changes I want to support the community behind it:
In bitimap.net there is a two-languaged (EN/DE) site, which present public and private merchants locations, who deal with BTC/LTC.
I think a great advantage against another (e.g. static table lists) is, that it is more comfortable through the googlemaps  map and the category-choice.
Optimum is a actual Firefox, Chrome or on the fly Android browser. Another browsers may currently faults (IE10). If this site will used, it will be enhanced...

2. I want to contributing a 2. Bitcoins site and there are crystallize 2 projects - what you prefer:
A small ad advertisement like kijiji or a Bitcoins online trader bot/reminder for relative small taxes (~ 1BTC/year)??

I am exciting of your answers,

Greeting,
mariusg

PS:Sorry for my bad English -.-

EDIT: Now over 100 entryss
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May 24, 2013, 02:04:16 AM
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May 24, 2013, 02:30:57 AM
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do you know about http://coinmap.org/ ?

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May 24, 2013, 06:47:10 AM
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First, thanks for the firsts answer Smiley

@The Bitcoin Catalog: Thanks! (Your entry will get into biticaudex next days...)

@ stick: Oh! Until now, no. If I'd knew this before, I'm unsure I had make this (but at least bitimap is a preparation for similar, a non-BTC-project).
But then I think - if I'm not too imagined - there are some added values to the consisting coinmap:

- there are more details for each pointer (description, opentimes)
- there is no registration needed to make an entry
- there are also private dealer
- in contrast to e.g. LocalBitcoins there you are able to offer services and goods, not only cash vs BTCs
- it contains LTC support
- if one day there would many entrys, you could choose only desired, not forcing see everyone
- there are fews gadgets in line, if it will used (fallback-mode for mobile devices, reputation system, alert messaging on certain new entrys)

I dunno if its enough, convincing??

But I know, that in the next days I will put dealer in dozens to the map to bring a bit life on it.

Cheers for your opinion!

EDIT: typos
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