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October 31, 2017, 10:54:55 AM
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I'm open for the suggestions. I want to help the bitcoin/crypto community by starting a project, whatever really as long as everyone will be using it (like coinmarketcap for example). I'm not going to build the project myself, but I will fund it. Preferably, the project should be a website. I was thinking about a website to give full details about airdrops because they are hard to track on the forums but I'm not sure how much demand there will be.

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October 31, 2017, 12:04:39 PM
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There are already some airdrop communities . What do you think building a platform which will show all market orders from various broker on single platform what you think?
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October 31, 2017, 04:28:06 PM
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i cannot think of anything definite at the moment but I would think a website that compiles a lot on information into one place.
information that is very specific and related to one another.
Like coinmarketcap its very specific and everyone knows if they want specific info, they will get it there.
Suggestions like a site dedicated to mining or trading?
Bitcointalk is a wealth of information but to me it seems quite scattered eventhough there are defined sections to the forum.
I think it can be difficult to find stuff because there is sooooo much information here

sorry for the rambling, im just typing/thinking out loud so to speak.
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October 31, 2017, 04:41:16 PM
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Make a news site or something like that. Or a ICO review site that is non biased. Kinda conflicts with my non biased YouTube channel but I dont mind competition

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November 01, 2017, 11:25:47 AM
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I was thinking about a website to give full details about airdrops because they are hard to track on the forums but I'm not sure how much demand there will be.
There's already Airdropalert.com. I've been in several airdrops in the past, some were worth it, some aren't worth anything.
It would be really nice to have a site with complete information, including a field to enter your current holdings for airdrops based on Bitoin balances, but for many airdrops, you can only know it's real value months later.
It would also be nice to have a complete overview of how to join, from instructions on how to install the best wallet to where to sell tokens. I see a big problem though: once you have a nice site like this, and you make it easier for more people to join more airdrops, you'll be overloaded with more new airdrops, which makes it harder to pick the valuable ones.

Another idea just popped up in my head: Dust to Charity!
I've had (and still have) many different altcoins, all barely worth anything, and for sure not worth the time to figure out how to sell them for a few pennies. I imagine many people have this "problem". Wouldn't it be nice to create a website where you can just upload old and almost empty altcoin wallets, after which the site collects them, and once worth it, sells them to donate the proceedings to some (crypto related) charity?

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November 01, 2017, 11:29:57 AM
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You could learn solidity language and develop a cool idea of smart contract for doing something original.
There are so many shits nowdays, an interesting idea with good involvement can be rewarded.  Wink
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November 02, 2017, 07:48:49 AM
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What you really need is a project consultant or manager if it be so.  You can ask for feasibility studies of various interest that you wanted to start with.  This way you can clearly picture what is the direction of your website to be.  Avoid rushing things, this can save you a lot of money... Spend your hard earned money for some good business ventures.   

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November 02, 2017, 10:55:35 AM
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I think you should start alone and start to find out pepole when you will have some draft of project. Now it is not siple to clear understand what kind of help you need and what exact project will be.

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November 02, 2017, 11:07:12 AM
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I think it's a good idea to do something around ICO's, but there are already enough websites that are offering news and info about airdrops.

I'd personally be more interested in a website that provides accurate information about the ICO's, without doing paid op-eds.
Have every ICO thoroughly researched and asses the viability of the project and give out more information about the team members.

You'd need a lot of writers though if you are not planning on adding content yourself.


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November 10, 2017, 08:56:26 AM
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There's already Airdropalert.com. I've been in several airdrops in the past, some were worth it, some aren't worth anything.
It would be really nice to have a site with complete information, including a field to enter your current holdings for airdrops based on Bitoin balances, but for many airdrops, you can only know it's real value months later.
It would also be nice to have a complete overview of how to join, from instructions on how to install the best wallet to where to sell tokens. I see a big problem though: once you have a nice site like this, and you make it easier for more people to join more airdrops, you'll be overloaded with more new airdrops, which makes it harder to pick the valuable ones.

Another idea just popped up in my head: Dust to Charity!
I've had (and still have) many different altcoins, all barely worth anything, and for sure not worth the time to figure out how to sell them for a few pennies. I imagine many people have this "problem". Wouldn't it be nice to create a website where you can just upload old and almost empty altcoin wallets, after which the site collects them, and once worth it, sells them to donate the proceedings to some (crypto related) charity?

I'm aware of Airdropalert but I was thinking about making something that contains more information's (much more) just like you suggested. Dust to charity looks like a good idea but ...I may not do it. Charities or non profit organizations usually accept BTC, Litecoin, Dogecoin or ETH at maximum and If people donate less known currencies, I will have to manually search for the exchanges and then trade them for BTC or something else, then donate them which will make somehow the whole process less transparent and hard to track by the donators.


I think it's a good idea to do something around ICO's, but there are already enough websites that are offering news and info about airdrops.

I'd personally be more interested in a website that provides accurate information about the ICO's, without doing paid op-eds.
Have every ICO thoroughly researched and asses the viability of the project and give out more information about the team members.

You'd need a lot of writers though if you are not planning on adding content yourself.

There are a lot of ICOs, I'm not that good at doing in-depth reviews so I must hire a big team to do so. I don't think I will go with this.

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November 10, 2017, 12:21:15 PM
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There is a need for crypto communities. However, I believe, for a successful project you need to choose a more specific theme. For example, something that will attract non-crypto people to the crypto community.

I work in the project that is focused on event-marketing. Users promote events and get rewarded with crypto if they sell tickets.

And there can be something the same. Like with selling goods and so on. You can introduce blockchain into something that generates revenue but not really into blockchain now. You will be the first
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November 10, 2017, 04:22:32 PM
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There's already Airdropalert.com. I've been in several airdrops in the past, some were worth it, some aren't worth anything.
It would be really nice to have a site with complete information, including a field to enter your current holdings for airdrops based on Bitoin balances, but for many airdrops, you can only know it's real value months later.
It would also be nice to have a complete overview of how to join, from instructions on how to install the best wallet to where to sell tokens. I see a big problem though: once you have a nice site like this, and you make it easier for more people to join more airdrops, you'll be overloaded with more new airdrops, which makes it harder to pick the valuable ones.

Another idea just popped up in my head: Dust to Charity!
I've had (and still have) many different altcoins, all barely worth anything, and for sure not worth the time to figure out how to sell them for a few pennies. I imagine many people have this "problem". Wouldn't it be nice to create a website where you can just upload old and almost empty altcoin wallets, after which the site collects them, and once worth it, sells them to donate the proceedings to some (crypto related) charity?

I'm aware of Airdropalert but I was thinking about making something that contains more information's (much more) just like you suggested. Dust to charity looks like a good idea but ...I may not do it. Charities or non profit organizations usually accept BTC, Litecoin, Dogecoin or ETH at maximum and If people donate less known currencies, I will have to manually search for the exchanges and then trade them for BTC or something else, then donate them which will make somehow the whole process less transparent and hard to track by the donators.


I think it's a good idea to do something around ICO's, but there are already enough websites that are offering news and info about airdrops.

I'd personally be more interested in a website that provides accurate information about the ICO's, without doing paid op-eds.
Have every ICO thoroughly researched and asses the viability of the project and give out more information about the team members.

You'd need a lot of writers though if you are not planning on adding content yourself.

There are a lot of ICOs, I'm not that good at doing in-depth reviews so I must hire a big team to do so. I don't think I will go with this.
That would really require a lot of work on which finding informations on each ICO knowing that almost time to time theres a new project been launched and investigating or researching them would really consume too much time and resources for sure.I do love the idea on building on airdrop website but as being said airdropalert is already been here.If you do like to really have a airdrop notifier website then better to add up unique thing instead of those alerts alone, like posting recent prices of top cryptocurrencies or any other things that would be beneficial.I cant think off already since almost these things are already online.
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November 10, 2017, 04:33:55 PM
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I'm open for the suggestions. I want to help the bitcoin/crypto community by starting a project, whatever really as long as everyone will be using it (like coinmarketcap for example). I'm not going to build the project myself, but I will fund it. Preferably, the project should be a website. I was thinking about a website to give full details about airdrops because they are hard to track on the forums but I'm not sure how much demand there will be.

In my opinion the most wanted thing for today is a versatile telegram bot with reliable info about airdrops\bounties\ico's, I think it will be used more than the website.

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November 11, 2017, 06:17:14 AM
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The idea of freeairdrop where people can register and get notified about them sounds really good
not easy to find them in this forum

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November 13, 2017, 03:58:48 PM
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In my opinion the most wanted thing for today is a versatile telegram bot with reliable info about airdrops\bounties\ico's, I think it will be used more than the website.

A telegram BOT can be a little bit spammy and probably details cannot be given in a readable way where It's easy to browse like a website. In addition, there is no way to generate income with it (from ads). That's clearly not the main goal from the project but If the website ever generate a lot of traffic, I may not be able to keep up with paying the hosting.

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November 13, 2017, 05:37:07 PM
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Although, I won't totally support the creation of airdrop website because of the issue of trust that surrounds it and the inability to give the users visiting the platform unalienated information as to whether to rely on such and act or otherwise.

But at the same time that does not mean it cannot be pursued we have Poloniex and Bittrex both running the same type of business and they don't have any issue to quarrel and that does not stop HiBTC or Livecoin from opening for business operation to offer the same service. But one thing will make people go to each and every of those sites that's what you need to identify to go extra mile in meeting clients needs even though there is a competitor. There is enough space for everyone to feature.

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