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July 09, 2011, 01:29:06 AM
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Finally a major market for Bitcoin has Launched. Over 10,000 Products growing daily!


                                   
Shop With Bitcoin! Get 15% Off your first order if you sign up for the Mailing list!

                             http://www.BitCoinWorldMarket.com

Support the Bitcoin economy whether you pay in $US Dollars or Bitcoin.

We offer customers the largest selection of products available for Bitcoin ANYWHERE!

•    Bulk Organic Foods
•    Health and Wellness Products
•    Spy Gadgets and Security Products
•    Clothing
•    Kitchen Appliances
•    Survival Kits and Emergency Preparedness
•    Pet Supplies
•    And MORE every week!

We believe in Bitcoin and want to support its growth!

•     Prices are updated to the current Bitcoin market price LIVE!
•     Our catalog is growing with new products every week!
•     We support Independent Small Business rather than large Corporations!
•     We actively seek to support other business engaged in the Bitcoin Economy.

Our merchants and vendors can choose to be paid in $USD or Bitcoin

•   Offer your businesses goods and services for Bitcoin without the risk!
•   No matter how volatile the market, you get paid!
•   Take advantage of the safety and security of transactions in Bitcoin.
•   Contact us if you want to offer your products or services in our Market.

                             http://www.BitCoinWorldMarket.com

Who are we:

Dan McDonley and Jonathan Stack are two San Francisco Entrepreneurs who have
registered and licensed BitCoin World Market in California, US. We come from a background
of other successful internet business in retail and marketing combined with the technical
programming background to interface Bitcoin into an e-commerce platform.

We are participants in the Bitcoin economy and community just like you. We encourage
you to browse our site and pass along your feedback and questions. Trust and
Transparency is paramount to us and we encourage all constructive feedback you
may have!

Welcome to the next chapter in the Bitcoin economy, where the exchange of products
and services drive Bitcoin's growth!

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July 09, 2011, 01:40:59 AM
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Nice site! Kiss
These recent bitcoin websites are getting very slick. We're a long way from weed and alpaca socks now boys.

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July 09, 2011, 01:45:38 AM
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I want to buy AMD gpu's with my bitcoins.

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July 09, 2011, 01:53:27 AM
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That is a very nice website Sir! Impressive!

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July 09, 2011, 01:56:50 AM
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Finally a major market for Bitcoin has Launched. Over 10,000 Products growing daily!


                                   
Shop With Bitcoin! Get 15% Off your first order if you sign up for the Mailing list!

                             http://www.BitCoinWorldMarket.com

Support the Bitcoin economy whether you pay in $US Dollars or Bitcoin.



Hey Jonathan!

Awesome stuff - my sense is that your site will continue to grow quickly.

FYI - shoot me an email when you get a minute ... I have an idea! ;-)

Cheers,
Adam

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July 09, 2011, 02:04:24 AM
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16gb micro SD card...$81 + tax + shipping.

That's 400-500% of the price at Newegg. 

And yet you people think it's an incredible service to your community.  Are there none of you who are willing to offer a product or service that isn't completing ripping your fellow bitcoiners off?
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July 09, 2011, 02:26:34 AM
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Jalum,

Most small merchants cannot compete with big box retailers. When you buy 100,000 SD cards that allows you to get a significant discount. Unfortunately we do not have the same purchasing power as new egg.

We are not looking to rip anyone off. This is only one product in over 10,000. If it is priced too high for you we encourage you to pass on the purchase. Thank you for the heads up however, we will contact our supplier and pass along the message and see if we can negotiate a lower price.

Thanks for the feedback though!


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July 09, 2011, 02:34:43 AM
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organic stuff, nice!

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July 09, 2011, 02:38:24 AM
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Jalum,

Most small merchants cannot compete with big box retailers. When you buy 100,000 SD cards that allows you to get a significant discount. Unfortunately we not have the same purchasing power as new egg.

We are not looking to rip anyone off. This is only one product in over 10,000. If it is priced too high for you we encourage you to pass on the purchase. Thank you for the heads up however, we will contact our supplier and pass along the message and see if we can negotiate a lower price.

Thanks for the feedback though!

You phrase that like the vendor is charging you $75 for it and you're just adding your $6 markup so you can keep the lights on.  Seriously?  I just told you where you can buy them (retail!) for a fifth of the price.

Fess up, you guys just take in these poor suckers' money/fakecoins, then you put an order in at newegg or better yet dealextreme, and dropship the order to the end user.  And pocket 400% profit in the process.  Rinse and repeat for your 20 jar boxes of organic applesauce and whatever other crap you guys shill.

HAHA I went back and you've changed all the pricing to bitcoins to hide how much you're ripping people off.  I love it!


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July 09, 2011, 02:45:04 AM
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Hmm...is it even legal for you to charge tax in bitcoins?  I doubt your state has a bitcoin wallet address for you to make monthly sales tax payments to.
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July 09, 2011, 02:49:20 AM
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Actually to be honest our cost is $59.00  for that 16Gb Card

When was the last time a merchant told you their cost? We are not looking to rip anyone off. Please take your Trolling elsewhere.
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July 09, 2011, 02:54:38 AM
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Actually to be honest our cost is $59.00  for that 16Gb Card

When was the last time a merchant told you their cost? We are not looking to rip anyone off. Please take your Trolling elsewhere.

Why, on earth, would you buy from that supplier when you could buy it retail for a third of the price?  You're either being very deceptive or very incompetent, so why should anyone trust you with any money (fake or real)?

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July 09, 2011, 02:55:56 AM
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And you didn't answer my tax question.  Can you legally charge tax in bitcoins?
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July 09, 2011, 02:59:04 AM
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Good luck with your business. Looks very promising. Well except that tax part. Hope that's taken care of. Looking forward to seeing how this develops.
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July 09, 2011, 03:03:17 AM
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Actually to be honest our cost is $59.00  for that 16Gb Card

When was the last time a merchant told you their cost? We are not looking to rip anyone off. Please take your Trolling elsewhere.

Why, on earth, would you buy from that supplier when you could buy it retail for a third of the price?  You're either being very deceptive or very incompetent, so why should anyone trust you with any money (fake or real)?



Jalum,

Thank you for your feedback. We will be contacting our supplier to ensure that the price is up to date. Once we receive a response from them we will take appropriate action. We are committed to finding the best deals we can and hope to build a relationship of trust.

 Thank you again for bringing this to our attention. I'm sure you can understand we have our hands full with various aspects of the site and occasionally things will get past us.

Finally a major marketplace to shop with Bitcoin! Over 10,000 products.    www.BitCoinWorldMarket.com
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July 09, 2011, 03:03:47 AM
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It would in fact be illegal if we did not collect tax. As we explained on The Bitcoin Show at http://www.onlyonetv.com when someone pays us in Bitcoin we immediately take the portion we charged for tax and convert it to US Dollars and set that aside to pay the required sales tax.

The Tax laws cover barter as well and you are required to pay the equivalent tax in USD for that as well. Bitcoin transactions legally are very similar.

Also just to let people know currently we are only required to collect sales tax from customers located in California.

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July 09, 2011, 03:13:40 AM
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organic stuff, nice!

mmmm .... Green Mountain Coffee Roasters coffee paid for in Bitcoins .... mmmm

That would be yummy!

Cheers,
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July 09, 2011, 03:13:55 AM
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Niiice!

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July 09, 2011, 03:16:56 AM
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Amazing! I think you just doubled the amount of merchandise available in the community overnight!

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July 09, 2011, 03:38:51 AM
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... And I run the BTC Economy Plugin, so I can say with certainty that indeed the volume of bitcoin merchandise available just doubled.

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