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January 27, 2010, 09:10:16 AM
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To promote the use of Bitcoins in commerce, I've started this topic. Now anyone can post sites where Bitcoins are accepted Cheesy

edit by sirius-m: Traders' list has been moved to the wiki.
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January 27, 2010, 09:11:59 AM
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http://www.teslamap.com/

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I also accept BitCoins as payment. Please contact me if you would like to pay in BitCoins.
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This site removed the possibility to pay with Bitcoins. Too bad.  Cry
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January 27, 2010, 09:14:42 AM
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http://newlibertystandard.wetpaint.com/

The mother of all Bitcoin-accepting websites Wink
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January 28, 2010, 01:16:26 AM
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Good idea, made sticky  Cool

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February 01, 2010, 10:35:06 AM
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http://www.livingsoulnation.org/ "LivingSoulNation.org is now using Bitcoin as its currency. Use it to trade with us or use it to donate Bitcoin(s)."

Not sure what they trade, though Tongue

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February 01, 2010, 10:26:11 PM
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I'm starting to offer Bitcoin eCurrency exchange services through my new website http://www.bitcoinfx.cz.cc/

I'm also looking into offering Bitcoin users a web based Forex API to day trade the BTCUSD currency pair in the future. However, I first need to generate enough Bitcoins to act as the broker Cool

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February 02, 2010, 02:58:24 AM
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http://btc2psc.bt.funpic.org/ Sell your Bitcoins for 10€ Paysafecard codes.

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February 05, 2010, 06:23:14 AM
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http://www.livingsoulnation.org/ "LivingSoulNation.org is now using Bitcoin as its currency. Use it to trade with us or use it to donate Bitcoin(s)."

Not sure what they trade, though Tongue

We are selling 'indulgences' just like the Roman Catholic Church used to. Just kidding.

Utilizing someone's exchange service would be nice. We are accepting donations to start, and if someone wanted us to link back to their site (links or banners), or promote their exchange we would certainly do that for some BitCoins. We are associated with PNNAC.ORG, a private freedom-based society that may also be interested in the same things. Their contact info is on the site.

Let's start some dialogue and see where it takes us. I'll check out the existing exchanges and if they look reasonable I'll contact them.
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February 06, 2010, 09:56:29 AM
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This will be what makes bitcoin successful, being able to exchange it for goods & services(not just an exchange service).

Virtual currency (nothing like bitcoin) can become successfull in being accepted for real goods & services, it just takes a little time. Qcoin was popular here in China but is being put down by the Chinese central bank.

See here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tencent_QQ#Q_coin and here
http://online.wsj.com/public/article/SB117519670114653518-FR_svDHxRtxkvNmGwwpouq_hl2g_20080329.html

Well I'm in China, for things like getting documents translated to Chinese and maybe some goods (starting with cheaper items) I can post. I also have access to plenty of poor students who I might be able to convince to contribute their time (for programming, website design, logo design etc.) for bitcoins.

I myself am an English teacher so I haven't much to offer as a remote service.
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February 09, 2010, 11:26:04 PM
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Welcome to the Liberty Swap Specialty Shop!
We Ship Internationally!

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Hi, one thing just came to my mind and I want to share the idea with you guys.

Is there any free/cheap software or CMS for building an online auction house like ebay ?

I really like the idea of eBay with BTC Smiley

EDIT: ok, found some stuff here http://www.hotscripts.com/category/php/scripts-programs/auctions/, maybe i will set something up, hmm ...

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February 15, 2010, 09:50:18 PM
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I have started an experimental service for anonymous storage using encfs, sshfs and TOR:

http://isj6esrpkl5kgi5r.onion/

Please let me know what you think  Smiley
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you should state some info about your service on the page.
couldn't find anything about up/download speeds or traffic limits.

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you should state some info about your service on the page.
couldn't find anything about up/download speeds or traffic limits.

Thank you for your interest! My server sits on a 100MBit network, but I guess the bandwidth is somewhat limited by TOR, so it's "unlimited". Actually, the 1GB "limit" isn't enforced for this reason either Smiley

While I will do my best to keep my server on line, I of course don't expect anyone to trust me, and I therefore suggest that other people set up similar services and let people have multiple backups at different places (maybe combined with unionfs-fuse or similar).

I of course can't compete with dropbox etc, but this should be an excellent place to back up sensitive (your encrypted bitcoin wallet?) data limited in size.
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February 23, 2010, 04:04:51 PM
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To promote the use of Bitcoins in commerce, I've started this topic. Now anyone can post sites where Bitcoins are accepted Cheesy

I am interested in real goods exchange for BITCOIN

I am looking for Corn, Malt (Hopped or not), Malted wheat, barley and rye

I am going to "mix my labor" with these resources to generate a product that I will accept bitcoins in exchange for...

I know the e-trade aspect is the easy link to increase the usage and therefore value of this exchange product, but without a real product exchange, you will be hard pressed to gain the widespread usage for stable value and common usage...
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February 27, 2010, 08:48:09 PM
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I will send you physical comic books for your bitcoins. I'll try to work out a more formal system in the future, but for now you can pm me your interests or contact details and I'll let you know what I have that might fit and we can make a deal.
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I would like to offer my services in exchange for Bitcoins. I am a master certified mechanic, and can offer a help desk style phone in service for anyone stuck trying to fix their car and needs some help.

PM me if your interested.

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March 02, 2010, 05:42:20 PM
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I have 244 Travian Gold that I am willing to trade for bitcoins. They are transferable to *.se servers only.

I will edit this post if I trade them.

Sorry, I can't help you with your lost password.

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I am planning on getting a dedicated website for this, maybe a tor hidden service, but anyway.

I am a university student and I highly believe in free education, so I will be gradually uploading the notes from all of my classes so that the general public can become more educated. This is just the beginning of my notes, and as I am a psychology major, the next upload sprees will be specializing more in psychology with the higher level courses.

I am not going to charge anything, however, bitcoin donations would be appreciated.

If you wanted to donate to me, here is my address: 1JfyQHPFQoMnyWUmUeLzm6zbi1Rc3hGrKY

Psychology101: http://rapidshare.com/files/359091364/Psyc_101.zip.html

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March 16, 2010, 10:25:34 PM
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Link2VoIP (www.link2voip.com) accepts Bitcoin as payment.

Now you can get phone service for Bitcoins.

How's that for useful? Tongue
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March 17, 2010, 12:07:00 PM
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Link2VoIP (www.link2voip.com) accepts Bitcoin as payment.

Now you can get phone service for Bitcoins.

How's that for useful? Tongue


It would be infinitely more so If I could find the BTC Rate....
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March 17, 2010, 01:12:54 PM
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I emailed support and asked them. (I've been a customer for 4 years. I was also the one who suggested that they accept BCs.)

They told me that they are matching New Liberty Standard's BC/USD rate for the time being.

I sent them a payment today and I received a credit. Looks like it works. Wink
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So their unlimited service is $9.99 a mo (correct?)

That would equate to:

$9.99 * 146.22 BTC/$

1458.54 BTC/mo.

Unless there are people local to me that wish to purchase my consumer goods for BTC the marginal use of BTC does not exceed $ for me yet....
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I pay $9.99 for a local phone number. Been a customer for 4 years. It works great.

I also use them to connect my mobile calls. (Mobile calls here are seriously an arm+leg with our local provider.)

Oh, and I also resell some of their stuff to friends to make a few extra bucks.
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Unless there are people local to me that wish to purchase my consumer goods for BTC the marginal use of BTC does not exceed $ for me yet....

I know I'm probably not local, but what are the consumer goods you are selling?
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Hehe, that was my idea you thief Tongue
But there was a lack of customers, so I closed my service.

Good luck with that Smiley

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You'll get customers eventually. Stay patient! Smiley
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Actually, we just polished up our Bitcoin integration. Payments into our system are fully automated now.

Link2VoIP (www.link2voip.com) accepts Bitcoin as payment.

Now you can get phone service for Bitcoins.

How's that for useful? Tongue

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Link2VoIP (www.link2voip.com) accepts Bitcoin as payment.

Now you can get phone service for Bitcoins.

How's that for useful? Tongue

that rocks madhatter. i love link2voip. progressive!
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Our Society (The Canadian Free Man On The Land Society - www.pnnac.org) accepts Bitcoins as a donation. We use the funds to pay for our monthly VPS hosting bill with Link2VoIP.com.
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What a small world. Smiley
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I have recently revised my Liberty Reserve Exchange Service website - BitcoinFX - http://www.bitcoinfx.cz.cc/ I will soon be funding and maintaining the availability of both BTC and LR at a 100% ratio against the exchange rate.

I have chosen to use a http://www.nic.cz.cc/ domain because it is purposefully obscure ! It is a paid domain for 2 years and is automatically renewable. Its an extremely inexpensive method for hosting a domain with SSL support and Privacy Protect. ( Less than $5 for 2 years ) I have full control over my A Record etc. and the web host is very stable. In the future I will be adding SSL and the LR and Bitcoin API's to make the exchange service 100% automated, as long as their are available funds.

I'm also advertising in Bitcoin in Money Share Forums / e-currency Investment Forums

http://www.moneyshareforum.com/index.php?showtopic=3513 - Bitcoin P2p Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin P2P Cryptocurrency - Free - Open Source Software Project !

Whilst I would not recommend 'investing' in most of the 'sites' on this forum. Searching through the posts and links will give some of you an incite into just how popular e-currencies are with this type of community. This type of activity makes up a massive percentage of e-currency transactions and I consider it very relevant in the successful future of Bitcoin.

Thank you. Cool

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For those of you that don't already know; most of these 'investments' are ponzi schemes.
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For those of you that don't already know; most of these 'investments' are ponzi schemes.

Indeed they are and you should exercise extreme caution before even considering 'investing' and also view most HYIP's as a game of chance.

I can be considered a trusted admin and my Private Investment Club opportunity is intentionally 'low level' and 'low risk'.

Sabunir had expressed interest in the original BitcoinFX Private Investment Club opportunity, so I have offered a 100% free share, for my usage of the banner designs. I will offer more free shares to Bitcoin Forum members in the future.

Please understand that what I'm effectively doing is 'backing' Bitcoins with my profitable Forex Trading abilities, as well as, creating an interest and demand for Bitcoins with existing e-currency users at the same time. I have 'backed' both projects with $1000 LR to avoid any issues.

This is a much more logical approach than just offering an 'exchange' service where you are effectively just 'giving away' USD or EUR for 'digital tokens' ...

However, I fully understand your concerns.

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Vekja.net Presents a Bitcoin Exclusive:

Awesome! I'll add a "Trade" page on the bitcoin.org main site, where we can list btc-accepting services.

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hello

i found these urls while surfing on i2p:

mybitcoin.i2p (resolves to nwpqc65o333ifqq7wqovo2ito5y3ca6rfygz3p6pusau26t6tpca.b32.i2p)
xqzfakpeuvrobvpj.onion (on tor. they advertise this url in the login area)
mybitcoin.com (loads the same site from the public internet. they use cacert for ssl.)

(some sort of web-based wallet for bitcoin)

privacyshark.com

(sells domain names for bitcoins)

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That mybc thing is nice for non-geeks. I signed up last night to try it out. This is something I can setup for my 'ol pappy and he'd be able to actually use it. Tongue
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I would like to point out then that http://vekja.net has always provided a Free web based Bitcoin account even better than the mybitcoin service mentioned above (in addition to the non-free Email and Web service that I announced earlier).

I should have announced this separately before, as there is such great value in a Bitcoin Web App. The value is not just for Grandpa, but is also for anyone who wants to use Bitcoin on a mobile device (or any platform where there is no client yet available).

If you haven't done so already, please come check out the https://Vekja.net Bitcoin web app. Registration is free and does not require an email like the mybitcoin service currently does.

If you have any questions or suggestions, just use the built in messaging system to send a message to admin. I will be glad to help.

For the record: I hereby promise that the Vekna.net Bitcoin account will always remain free (that includes spam free). This was always my intent from the beginning.
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I signed up for a vekja free Bitcoin account. Very nice. It is very simple. Almost too simple for my tastes tho. :/ I mean, I'm sure it works as expected but the interface is really lacking features.

MyBitcoin has some nice stuff like payment history, the ability to change your Bitcoin address (which I totally need btw), some basic statistics, and an addressbook (very handy; try typing in a long ugly Bitcoin address from a Blackberry or iPhone -- no thanks).

The need for an email address mystifies me also. I wonder why they require that. Service announcements?

Edit: I see a transaction history page. I must have scrolled right past it. The interface is all on one page??

Edit 2: Looks like MyBitcoin can do payment notes too (I wonder if/how this works to/from Bitcoin and MyBitcoin).
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Yes, there is a transaction history.

I was always planning an address book. I just wanted to break up the interface into multiple pages first.

I will also add the ability you request for creating new (and multiple) addresses.

Thank you for the feedback and suggestions madhatter2!
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I just added a second line to my graphs showing the closing price of bitcoins at the Bitcoin Market.

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Hmm.. looks like MBC has PGP-signed email payment notifications. Also looks like they don't require the email address to signup. Maybe they read this forum?

Hey! *waves @ MBC's owners* Sign up and tell us your plans! Tongue
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Haha! I actually have some of my elderly family members using MBC now. Tongue

Maybe mum should get 9,000 coins for Mother's day! Cheesy

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I run the MMO A Tale in the Desert. We charge $13.95/month for the game, and pay about $0.74 in merchant and gateway fees.

We'll now accept Bitcoins as an alternate payment method. The price per month is 2000 BTC, which according to the exchange is a discount right now.

Instructions:
Visit http://www.atitd.com and download the game client. Native Windows, Linux and OSX versions are available.
Install + Run the client, and create a trial character.
If you like the game, send 2000 BTC to: 17CJvRrNdqSPN3Zs2dWfNY6GoCiMRfNG2T to activate your account.
In the message field, include your character name and shard; I'll then credit you for a month of gameplay.
Right now this is done manually, so the lag could be anywhere from minutes to the next morning.

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Teppy, just so you know, you can't include a message if you send to a bitcoin address, only if you send to an IP address.  The way we usually do it is we issue a new address to each person we ask to send us money so that we know it was that person who sent it.

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Can I just butt in with a question on why that is? To me it seems that if Bitcoin uses public-key cryptography to transfer ownership of the coins, it should be a trivial matter to include a short message that is only readable by the recipient.

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Hmm - is there any text field associated with an address based transaction? It does make accepting Bitcoins a bit more cumbersome. Would including such a text field as part of the protocol compromise anonymity somehow?

Hypothetically, a short text message could be encoded into transactions by charging, say, 2000-2000.999999 Bitcoins and encoding the text portion in the fractional part of the amount.

Or does that solve a problem that doesn't exist?

Is there already a protocol in place to say "make me a new address to send BTC to" ?

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You can create new addresses all you want.. the way most people are doing this is they generate a new address for the user and display it to them.  When payment is received to that address it credits the user.  You can just generate a new address for each transaction, like a transaction ID essentially.  Link2VOIP automated it all and some others have as well, simply by using the built in JSON-RPC functionality.

Satoshi would have to address the other questions about including messages..

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Can I just butt in with a question on why that is? To me it seems that if Bitcoin uses public-key cryptography to transfer ownership of the coins, it should be a trivial matter to include a short message that is only readable by the recipient.
Almost but not quite.  Bitcoin uses EC-DSA, which can only do digital signing, not encryption.  RSA can do both, but I didn't use it because it's an order of magnitude bigger and would have been impractical.
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Good News. After much delay my BitcoinFX Exchange is now funded with $50 LR.

I have also set-up a Micro Forex Trading account, which is funded with Liberty Reserve, I will be adding 50% of any monthly profits to the LR exchange balance as I go along. So, I should always have some available USD LR. Cool

Please add that I now buy and sell Bitcoins for Liberty Reserve on the Trade page.

Thank you.

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BitcoinFX, I requested an exchange, however the 'Your Bitcoin address' field would not accept a bitcoin address - it would only let me continue if I put an email address in there.

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laszlo, OK thanks I will check the web form now and send you a PM.

Update: I have the details of your exchange request and will email you to complete the exchange.

Please see this forum topic http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=155.0 which explains the delay.

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I started this little project, no serious thing, I don't even have an automated payment method (lack of knowledge).
The thing is, you pay a fee and receive a digital certificate that is cryptographically signed. The certificate contains data such as e-mail or website (this could be nice to build a web of trust among bitcoin service providers).
If people want to be anonymous the can have registered only their bitcoin address and the certificarte will act more like a souvenir (for whoever wan't to have the first certificate)

I know it's not the brightest idea but please don't be harsh, It's my first website project and I don't want to close it (yet).

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Are you verifying their information before you issue the certificate? Or are you just signing anything that somebody gives you 100BC for?

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Are you verifying their information before you issue the certificate? Or are you just signing anything that somebody gives you 100BC for?

Of course, I do my best to verify the service/info.

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A 'Bitcoin notary public'. I like it! Cheesy
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NEW! (insert blinking here)  The Madhatter's Bitcoin4Cash Service Tongue

http://tinyurl.com/bitcoin4cash

Selling Bitcoins for cash via the mail (aka "post").

Why do this? Because I'm in a jurisdiction where I can. Smiley

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NEW! (insert blinking here)  The Madhatter's Bitcoin4Cash Service Tongue

http://tinyurl.com/bitcoin4cash

Selling Bitcoins for cash via the mail (aka "post").

Why do this? Because I'm in a jurisdiction where I can. Smiley

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MadHatter, will you do the opposite and send cash in the mail in exchange for Bitcoins?

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Yes. I'm attempting to "level out" my reserves first. I'd like to see 1/2 of those 50,000 coins go out the door before I start buying Bitcoins. I'd likely charge a small fee (to cover postage).

I have a couple of pending orders already, so I don't expect it to take long.
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Bitcoin4Cash is now available on Freenet, I2P, and TOR.

Eventually the site will have automated ordering and an internal communication system.

I don't think Freenet will work out once I reach that point, but I figured I'd try Freenet out. I've never inserted a freesite before so it was a good learning experience. Cheesy

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https://www.mullvad.net/
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Bitcoin 4 Cash has a real domain now. Tongue

http://www.bitcoin4cash.com/

(Thanks privacyshark!)

Now to make a proper site... the work never ends.. Cheesy
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https://www.mullvad.net/
Anonymization and privacy VPN service.
I`d like to have some details about this service.
OpenVPN?
PPTP / IPSec ?
port forwarding ?
p2p filesharing allowed ?
any bonus services ?
are you a relakks/ipredator.se reseller ?

I was thinking about going to http://ivacy.com, but your service sounds interesting.

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> OpenVPN?

Yes.

> PPTP / IPSec ?

No.

> port forwarding ?

One port.

> p2p filesharing allowed ?

Yes.

> any bonus services ?

Not sure what you mean so probably not.

> are you a relakks/ipredator.se reseller ?

Certainly not!

> I was thinking about going to http://ivacy.com, but your service sounds interesting.

Well, there's a three hour free trial before you have to spend any precious bitcoins.  Smiley
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BitLex.co.cc started selling L$ for bitcoins.

If you're a secondlife resident, please give it a try and tell us what u think.
Just visit the website, grab a HUD and get L$ for your bitcoins.

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Bitcoin 4 Cash has a real domain now. Tongue

http://www.bitcoin4cash.com/

(Thanks privacyshark!)

Now to make a proper site... the work never ends.. Cheesy

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My addition to the bitcoin economy is  http://bitcointo.com .It is a proxy shopping service for Amazon.com and other sites I will add as time goes by.
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I don't have a website, but I just realized this thread is a single organized place to notify everyone of places where Bitcoins are accepted.  Details are below, and if I add any other service later, I'll edit this post.



Hello all - this is a bit of an experiment for me, being that Bitcoin is so new and all.  To attempt to contribute to the Bitcoin ecosystem, specifically to further the perception & acceptance that Bitcoin is 'money' - I have decided to offer some services for which I'll accept Bitcoin as the method of payment.

Specifically:

    * IT Services - a lot of you may be programmers or other uber-techies.... However  my offer of service is not for programming but for more basic things... troubleshooting some software issue, configuring your network [assuming at least your Internet connection works so I can remotely access], other consultations.. I can't do everything but we can try, and if you're satisfied, you pay me Bitcoin.  I will likely use some remote access software which you would control, in order for me to configure/troubleshoot whatever your problem is
    * Managed trading - I make my living trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, I specialize in derivatives trading.  Though I cannot guarantee any results, if anyone wants to diversify some of their money into something that can allow your money to grow, you could try with me if you'd like. If we can come to an agreement and you are satisfied, you could pay me with Bitcoin.


I'll add any other services I could provide as they come to my mind, but for now these are the two fields that a) I have professional experience in b) could probably be valuable to someone out there, and c) I can do remotely, in other words for anyone, anywhere in the world, thanks to the Internet.

If you are interested in either of these services I can provide, just contact me privately and we can discuss matters further.  If we can agree and make an exchange, great.  If not - at least you've made a new Bitcoin contact/buddy!  Smiley
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> any bonus services ?

Not sure what you mean so probably not.
for example: ivacy.com offers a free usenet account and grants access to their own filesharing website.
but 15€/month is more than 5, so they better have to offer more ^^

i think i will try your service when my system gets the new harddrive i am waiting for.

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The Odd Shot photography.  http://www.theoddshot.com.au 

If you want to order an image, email me - contact details on the site.

bc address:  1BpyLNjGFjWXwiWK5TfQfLW4tFYP3Mb9Yj

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The Odd Shot photography.  http://www.theoddshot.com.au 

If you want to order an image, email me - contact details on the site.

bc address:  1BpyLNjGFjWXwiWK5TfQfLW4tFYP3Mb9Yj

Cheers,

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Nice. Smiley

Can you include the payment instructions for Bitcoin on your site? I'm thinking we should set that as a requirement for being added to the Trade page, so the random surfer doesn't get annoyed when he doesn't see the payment option that was promised.

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Sure will,  I'm redesigning the web site at the moment - the "new" version will list bitcoin & have a link back to bitcoin.org for those (like me a few hours ago) who have never heard of it.

Cheers,

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I accept donations in bitcoin for the Adaptive Tactics Server (which serves chess puzzles). 

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http://bitcoin2cash.com/

For every 5000 bitcoins sent to 1CRZpkKKAt7G5uiK4JPBjBJGnozgiatFAs you will receive $1.00 USD in cash by mail.

Send transaction details to sales@bitcoin2cash.com after the transfer.

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The Odd Shot photography.  http://www.theoddshot.com.au 

If you want to order an image, email me - contact details on the site.

bc address:  1BpyLNjGFjWXwiWK5TfQfLW4tFYP3Mb9Yj

Cheers,

Trevor

Nice.

Can you include the payment instructions for Bitcoin on your site? I'm thinking we should set that as a requirement for being added to the Trade page, so the random surfer doesn't get annoyed when he doesn't see the payment option that was promised.

I decided not to wait for the redesign - the current purchase page at http://www.theoddshot.com.au/purchase.html now includes Bitcoin.

Note that I have made one restriction until I can buy photographic supplies with Bitcoin: "Bitcoin users please note:  Since I have to pay my suppliers in $AU, I reserve the right to restrict quantities of mounted/framed prints, etc sold via Bitcoin."

There is no restriction on electronic delivery services. If you want to buy the rights to use an image on your site, for example, I'll email you a high-res image file for a negotiated bitcoin fee. I'll even mail images on CD or DVD if you like. But mounted & framed prints cost me significant $AU so I can't promise to accept Bitcoin 100% for those orders.

Cheers,

Trevor
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PS: It would be nice if there was a bitcoin logo or something we could download & put on our web page.  HINT HINT   Wink

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http://bitcoin2cash.com/
For every 5000 bitcoins sent to 1CRZpkKKAt7G5uiK4JPBjBJGnozgiatFAs you will receive $1.00 USD in cash by mail.

Added. You might want to check your rate however, since the market rate is about 50 times higher atm.

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http://bitcoin2cash.com/
For every 5000 bitcoins sent to 1CRZpkKKAt7G5uiK4JPBjBJGnozgiatFAs you will receive $1.00 USD in cash by mail.

Added. You might want to check your rate however, since the market rate is about 50 times higher atm.

http://bitcoin2cash.com

We've lowered our rate to 100 bitcoins per $1 USD. We will keep adjusting our prices until we find something sustainable.
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> port forwarding ?

One port.

Is it possible to get more ports? maybe with a low one-time payment per extra port ?

And what transfer speeds can a single user expect ?

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> Is it possible to get more ports? maybe with a low one-time payment per extra port ?

Not now, maybe in the future. Although it's both TCP and UDP so if you have something using UDP (like DC) and something using TCP (most things) it is in effect two.

> And what transfer speeds can a single user expect ?

Pretty good. 25 - 200 Mbit/s is common.
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I myself am an English teacher so I haven't much to offer as a remote service.

If you're a decent writer, there's a good market for original articles on all kinds of subjects. People like me who build websites for advertising income can use content for their sites.

Of course, right now the problem is finding website builders who have bitcoins to spend. I guess I'm generating some by running the program, and then I could pay for some articles.

I would be willing to install Wordpress blogs and even host them for bitcoins, if I had any clue how much to charge.

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http://www.stronggames.com/
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399 BTC at the market price is worth a bit more than 6.75 €  Roll Eyes

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Tarot card readings.  Current rate is 10 btc per minute. Contact me to arrange a reading by IM (I can currently do yahoo, MSN, AIM, ICQ and skype, no problem adding more) or via voice chat (preferably skype) or telephone. 

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The exchange site in my sig.

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Accepting Bitcoins at

http://KYTradersClassifieds.com

Free Membership

Post your services and products free..

Get Stuff

Have Fun.....

Post your wants and haves...
http://KYTradersClassifieds.com (http://KYTradersClassifieds.com)
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Get Your FREE Stuff.
    * Submit Your Information To Get Your Membership.
    * Post Your Products, Utilize Your Talents, Earn Rewards.
    * Browse The Different Categories.
    * Offer Rewards For FREE Stuff.
    * Have Fun

To be honest, the vague description promising free stuff, poor layout with clipart images and lack of contact details gives a bad picture about your site. I wouldn't register my personal info on the site. Also, it's not stated what and how you can buy with Bitcoin.

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KYTrader, you say to email with amount sent and address sent from afaik you can't see that when money is sent.

Ah, just realized you might not be planning on using that to verify who sent, but only to know where to send refunds payments to in the future.

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I accept bitcoins, for a list of my products go here: http://qextracts.ecrater.com/ for Bitcoin pricing and to place an order click on the product and then click Ask Seller A Question. Currently I sell seeds but plan to offer more seeds and herbs and extracts.

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I accept bitcoins, for a list of my products go here: http://qextracts.ecrater.com/ for Bitcoin pricing and to place an order click on the product and then click Ask Seller A Question. Currently I sell seeds but plan to offer more seeds and herbs and extracts.

I am excited to see a seed dealer accepting bitcoins.  I am a gardener.  it looks like you only have two types so far though, poppies and wisteria.  Can you give me an idea of what sort of things you plan to offer?  (maybe I should be starting a new thread to discuss)

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July 21, 2010, 07:25:30 AM
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I accept bitcoins, for a list of my products go here: http://qextracts.ecrater.com/ for Bitcoin pricing and to place an order click on the product and then click Ask Seller A Question. Currently I sell seeds but plan to offer more seeds and herbs and extracts.

Can you add these instructions to your site?

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July 21, 2010, 08:10:08 AM
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I would like to offer my services in exchange for Bitcoins. I am a master certified mechanic, and can offer a help desk style phone in service for anyone stuck trying to fix their car and needs some help.

PM me if your interested.

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I think a Bitcoin yellow pages should be established, perhaps as a wiki page?
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July 21, 2010, 07:26:50 PM
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I am excited to see a seed dealer accepting bitcoins.  I am a gardener.  it looks like you only have two types so far though, poppies and wisteria.  Can you give me an idea of what sort of things you plan to offer?  (maybe I should be starting a new thread to discuss)
Can you add these instructions to your site?
Yeah I am going to add a payment options page to make it a little more clear. Currently the instructions on Bitcoin payments are listed on each individual product with the other types of payment information. I am going to try and come up with a way to make a shopping cart or Order Form for Bitcoin users, and I also want to try and offer discounts to those who pay in Bitcoins instead of US dollars.

I plan to offer more types of seeds, of all kinds, but particularly interested in medicinal and ethnobotanical plants, but will also offer some more common plants like echinacea, cacti, and perhaps carnivorous plants. I also am planning to start offering dried extracts and tinctures soon. Will be adding some new products in the next few days.

I'm really excited about Bitcoin and I really hope it becomes more widely accepted. I've been trying to spread the word and get more people to start using Bitcoin.

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July 21, 2010, 08:30:46 PM
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I plan to offer more types of seeds, of all kinds, ...

Speaking of seeds, in the future when generating blocks becomes less common for general computer user and also as many devices/bitcoin environments will differ in that some will have all data for bitcoin history and many environments will not (e.g. mobile devices).  This will resemble that of seeds/leechers in current p2p technologies.
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IT services

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Online Strategy/Collectible Card Game: www.theFarWilds.com

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Online Strategy/Collectible Card Game: www.theFarWilds.com

I didn't find any mention of Bitcoin on the site. Is there?

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Yeah when you go to pay it is one of the options: http://www.thefarwilds.com/order/order.php?name=jed&id=53

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Hello Everyone,
I have set up an auction site that uses BTC as the currency. You can access it at http://www.biddingpond.com .  Right now image gallery uploads are broken and being worked on ( What is working: you can include image links/tags in the item description). Please feel free to auction your items. Registration requires only a valid e-mail address.

Stop by and lets trade some items :-D!
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BitCoinPay - http://www.bitcoinpay.com/

Buy denominations of Amazon.co.uk Gift Vouchers for BitCoin. Currently £1 = 20BC and £2.50 = £50BC. Vouchers automatically despatched upon receiving payment (normally done in about 20 minutes).
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Buy denominations of Amazon.co.uk Gift Vouchers...
The fine print on the website says "please do not attempt to place an order as it will not be fulfilled".

Forgetting to remove that message there once open for business was slightly silly Cheesy. I originally put that there whilst I was testing things were working.

@davidonpda - To the best of my knowledge UK issued Amazon vouchers won't work on Amazon.com - only Amazon.co.uk. If there's a demand for it I'll look at stocking them - what kind of denominations would people find useful?
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July 25, 2010, 05:27:15 AM
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An outfit claiming to be a small travel agency apparently exchanges bitcoin for currencies:

http://sites.google.com/site/travelagora/currency-exchange

You should try my Minecraft server.
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We accept bitcoins for anything offered at lingva.ua (all sevices at a school of foreign languages in Kiev)
Оплачивайте обучение иностранным языкам в Киеве используя Bitcoins. Сайт школы lingva.ua
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Perhaps it would be useful to extract the information here and to put it in a wiki for easier review and updating?
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Perhaps it would be useful to extract the information here and to put it in a wiki for easier review and updating?
Like this one:
http://www.bitcoin.org/wiki/doku.php?id=websites_accepting_bitcoin
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Hi,

A new bitcoin venture - http://binarysecurity.webs.com/

Bottom line: I will do a basic web application penetration test on your site in return for bitcoins.
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all the work of the artist .-_-. ( http://httpdot.net/.-_-./ ) are free/libre and .copyleft!_ ( http://httpdot.net/copyleft_ ) and .-_-. welcomes anonymous donations using peer-to-peer network based digital currency bitcoin ( http://httpdot.net/donate_ )

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Loneaspen.com

Online Multiplayer Pool Games and Tournaments

I will accept bitcoins for donations (stars) and custom virtual goods in game.  Currently virtual goods are only custom cues sticks (to be used in game), but I will be adding more.

Contact Sales@ that address to arrange a transaction.


Example Cue:
http://www.loneaspen.com/media/cues/Pimboli-SummerDragonflyBug.png

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I tried it out for a bit. It seems good. Can we play for BTC eventually?

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   I'd like to do that, but I think there are some serious legal issues doing that since I'm 100% USA based.  My own private currency, AspenBux, is just given away in free tournaments, or you can do those paid survey things to get them.  But you can redeem AspenBux for USD also, so it's a fine line I walk.

   That's why I stated that you can use it for the virutal goods, and didn't mention playing for it.  Now after I move the op out of USA, it's a different story.  I might pay out in BitCoins later if I get some in the account, but that would require sales, because I'm not going to mine them.  20 hrs of mining, 0.00 coins, and my Host company for the VPS was about to shoot me.  They even killed the container and left it off for an hour as a hint.  I was nice about it too, just set it to 1/4 Cpus.  I normally run 5% cpu at prime time high stakes tournaments, so it was a big change and they noticed...

   Illegal = Consideration/Chance/Reward of Value.   Legal is replace one of those with something else.  I keep consideration to Free (none), and Chance to Skill.

   


   
   



   
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August 10, 2010, 11:16:15 PM
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I'm self-employed primarily as a custom software developer and consultant.  I would certainly be willing to accept bitcoins in exchange for services.

Additionally I am selling comic books and would be willing to sell for bitcoins.  See

https://www.atomicavenue.com/atomic/SellerIssues.aspx?S=kencausey

for a list of available issues.  I add new items every day.  I also have trading cards and some items of original art and other miscellaneous related items.  If you see an item you would like email me and I would be happy to trade at current BTC/USD rates at the time of transaction.

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If you see an item you would like email me and I would be happy to trade at current BTC/USD rates at the time of transaction.

Can you add the Bitcoin payment instructions on the page so we could add it to bitcoin.org/trade?

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Any way we can add www.bitcoinblogger.com to the list of bitcoin sites?  I accept bitcoin donations for the moment for bitcoin journalism.  Thx.
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Only sites that offer services or products are added to the list. Of course you could make a list of donation-accepting sites on the wiki.

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Only sites that offer services or products are added to the list. Of course you could make a list of donation-accepting sites on the wiki.
jimbobway, why not offer an article writing service for bitcoin? That way you meet the criteria by offering your skills as a professional service. Nothing stopping your from accepting donations too then Wink
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Hi all, I've been doing web development & hosting and VOIP services for over 10 years (and yea, our site design is still 10 years old - we're too busy with real clients to fix our own site!)... but I've now decided to start accepting bitcoins as payment for our VOIP services.  I'd consider it for web hosting too if there's a want for it.

80 BTC/month + 0.50 BTC/minute anywhere in Canada/Continental USA - includes a Canadian DID (phone number) in your choice of major cities.

Details are here:
http://www.lightbox.ca/voip.php

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I'm part of an open source project developing a secure, decentralized storage system. We just started accepting BitCoin donations along with PayPal and Flattr donations. I hope to add acceptance e-gold donations as well.

http://tahoe-lafs.org

The donations are mostly used to defray the costs of running servers and to send special "thank you gifts" when people contribute to our project, such as when they find a security hole:

http://tahoe-lafs.org/hacktahoelafs

We actually have a long-term plan to integrate digital cash payments directly into the storage protocol. :-) Tahoe-LAFS is a grandson of a p2p file-sharing application named "Mojo Nation". (BitTorrent is another grandson of Mojo Nation, so Tahoe-LAFS and BitTorrent are first cousins.) Mojo Nation had blinded Chaumian ecash baked into the protocols. It was a great idea! :-) But it tried to do too many different things and it never worked right. :-( Nowadays Tahoe-LAFS tried to do fewer things: just the secure distributed storage part. It turns out even just that part takes a lot of careful engineering to make it work. But it does work, so now we have one solid component that we can build on. Hopefully in the future we can marry it to another solid component that does digital payments. :-)

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Sounds very nice zooko. Keep us updated.

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@zooko

Awesome project  Smiley

It would be perfect to automatically back up your bitcoin wallet using your service!
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Bitcoins when viewed as a commodity may be utilised for barter exchange at any of the following sites (opening up avenues to a whole new electronic barter economy with Bitcoin as intermediary for real tangible goods or services - thus Bitcoin as a commodity exchange medium could be fulfilling a gap in the inefficiency of traditional bartering - where you have to find someone that wants what you have and have what you want - Now Bitcoin as an exchanged commodity could be the intermediary in barter transactions!!)

Here is some of the top Barter sites where Bitcoin as an electronic coin commodity may be exchanged for just about anything, and just about anything may be exchanged for Bitcoins!! :

www.community-exchange.org
www.barterthing.com
www.favorpals.com
www.swaptreasures.com
www.ubarterexchange.com

So maybe we should launch Bitcoin into the Barter economy as well?
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I made this today: http://btc2diablo.blogspot.com
It's a site where I list Diablo2 items for sale. The only accepted form of payment is Bitcoin.
If I see any interest at all I will keep updating it and I will also buy a domain name for it. :-)

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Also note that numerous jurisdictions (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legal_tender) will be excluded from the benefits of Bitcoin should it be called a currency (and thus be a foreign currency as opposed to the national currency, and thus not legal tender currency for payment purposes).  If Bitcoin is officially viewed as a commodity - it may be bartered with, in these (and all other) jurisditions and thus will have universal use.  The fact of calling Bitcoin a currency and not a commodity, may have a hindrance on international use (some jurisdictions may forbid or restrict PAYMENT, but not BARTER, made other than by legal tender) when Bitcoin establishes itself in the mainstream market.  For an interesting parallel consider the Islamic gold Shariah coin (with intrinsic metal commodity value, see http://www.islamicmint.com/news_articles/articles/statement_castineria.html paragraph 7.) in comparison to Bitcoin (with its intrinsic mathematical solution's value).

More currency, barter, legal tender info (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Currency) describes how a Central Bank may have sole control over a nation's CURRENCY (as opposed to foreign currency that are sometimes specifically lawfully excluded as payment substitute for the national currency).  Central Banks generally does not have sole control over COMMODITIES.

Exchange control also has legal implications when dealing in foreign currency (currency other than the national currency) in some jurisdictions (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_exchange_controls).

When owning the keys to unlock a mathematical problem, it should constitute a store of value in the form of COMMODITY ownership of instant access to a mathematical sollution to a complicated problem.
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Hi! We accept Bitcoin at http://www.torservers.net/

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We run Tor exit nodes to help people behind oppressive firewalls. Tor provides free, uncensored Internet access to people everywhere, eg. China, Burma, Saudi Arabia, Tunesia, Turkey, et all. We also provide private bridge IPs in case Tor and all available public bridges are blocked for you.
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Hi! We accept Bitcoin at http://www.torservers.net/

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We run Tor exit nodes to help people behind oppressive firewalls. Tor provides free, uncensored Internet access to people everywhere, eg. China, Burma, Saudi Arabia, Tunesia, Turkey, et all. We also provide private bridge IPs in case Tor and all available public bridges are blocked for you.

I added the section "Donation-accepting organizations and projects". Send me a PM if there's some site I forgot to add.

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Cool. Thanks Smiley
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The Bitcoin Store (http://bitcoinstore.yyz.us/) accepts multiple currencies in payment, and gives out bitcoins.

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The Bitcoin Store (http://bitcoinstore.yyz.us/) accepts multiple currencies in payment, and gives out bitcoins.

Would an admin kindly remove "Google Checkout" from the list of our accepted payment methods, on http://www.bitcoin.org/trade

Thanks for the mention!

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Bitconent -The exponential Bitcoin Investment

Deposit bitcoins and Earn 10 % interest weekly .
I have started a new investment service directly dealing in Bitcoins.
For details visit - http://bitconent.co.cc

Main thread at http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=974.0

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The Amazing Anonymous Bitcoin Lottery!

And it may be ready for prime time... maybe Smiley
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The Amazing Anonymous Bitcoin Lottery!

And it may be ready for prime time... maybe Smiley
taabl.datlatec.com
Thread at http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=896

Seriously, it's like free money right now so stay away and let me collect for a while.

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The Amazing Anonymous Bitcoin Lottery!

And it may be ready for prime time... maybe Smiley
taabl.datlatec.com
Thread at http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=896

Seriously, it's like free money right now so stay away and let me collect for a while.

Hey FreeMoney, you have officially been appointed TAABL's favorit charity cause Smiley
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The Amazing Anonymous Bitcoin Lottery!

And it may be ready for prime time... maybe Smiley
taabl.datlatec.com
Thread at http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=896

Seriously, it's like free money right now so stay away and let me collect for a while.

Hey FreeMoney, you have officially been appointed TAABL's favorit charity cause Smiley

Haha, I'll put it to good use buying silver on bidding pond and donating to MtGox.

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Our blog http://www.errorespuntuales.es/ is accepting bitcoins donations. Its a blog about the economy in Spanish.

The donation page is here: http://www.errorespuntuales.es/content/acerca-de
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I want to try to sell personalized gifts for bitcoins. I have a http://store.gifti.us store which accept currently credit cards and paypal only.

if you want to use bitcoins - please contact me directly at pavel@yepcorp.com. I will use mtgox.com rate to calculate price in BTC. To get idea of shipping expenses - add something into cart and proceed to checkout - it will show you shipping options and their price.

If it will go off and I will be able to manage orders - I will add permanent payment option to checkout page as well as "Bitcoins accepted here" logos.

Discussion - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1066.0


How I can add this info to http://www.bitcoin.org/trade page?

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Just heard about bitcoins last night reading the Elliott Wave Theorist and I think it's fantastic.

So I'm going to accept bitcoins in payment for advertising at my Rolls-Royce and Bentley forum:
http://www.rollsroyceforums.com/forums/other-and-archive-5/forum-suggestions-and-questions-22/advertise-on-the-forum-pay-with-bitcoins-892/#3013

Or you can message me for rates admin@rollsroyceforums.com

We're not a big community, but we're a fairly targeted demographic.

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Also note that numerous jurisdictions (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legal_tender) will be excluded from the benefits of Bitcoin should it be called a currency (and thus be a foreign currency as opposed to the national currency, and thus not legal tender currency for payment purposes).  If Bitcoin is officially viewed as a commodity - it may be bartered with, in these (and all other) jurisditions and thus will have universal use.  The fact of calling Bitcoin a currency and not a commodity, may have a hindrance on international use (some jurisdictions may forbid or restrict PAYMENT, but not BARTER, made other than by legal tender) when Bitcoin establishes itself in the mainstream market.  For an interesting parallel consider the Islamic gold Shariah coin (with intrinsic metal commodity value, see http://www.islamicmint.com/news_articles/articles/statement_castineria.html paragraph 7.) in comparison to Bitcoin (with its intrinsic mathematical solution's value).

More currency, barter, legal tender info (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Currency) describes how a Central Bank may have sole control over a nation's CURRENCY (as opposed to foreign currency that are sometimes specifically lawfully excluded as payment substitute for the national currency).  Central Banks generally does not have sole control over COMMODITIES.

Exchange control also has legal implications when dealing in foreign currency (currency other than the national currency) in some jurisdictions (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_exchange_controls).

When owning the keys to unlock a mathematical problem, it should constitute a store of value in the form of COMMODITY ownership of instant access to a mathematical sollution to a complicated problem.

Yes! We are soon due for some unnecessary grief because of our shortsightedness in describing Bitcoin with a garbage-pail load of terms such as currency, coins, money, cash, dollars, etc.

I've been ineffective in my earlier posts, maybe you can do better in getting our ducks in line before we take them out in public.




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More currency, barter, legal tender info (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Currency) describes how a Central Bank may have sole control over a nation's CURRENCY (as opposed to foreign currency that are sometimes specifically lawfully excluded as payment substitute for the national currency).  Central Banks generally does not have sole control over COMMODITIES.

Exchange control also has legal implications when dealing in foreign currency (currency other than the national currency) in some jurisdictions (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foreign_exchange_controls).

When owning the keys to unlock a mathematical problem, it should constitute a store of value in the form of COMMODITY ownership of instant access to a mathematical sollution to a complicated problem.

At the Bitcoin Store, we consider bitcoins a digital store of value, closest to a commodity.  bitcoin's properties more resemble a commodity IMO, and legally speaking it is less questionable to call it a commodity.

In fact, I propose the official description be changed to "a digital P2P cryptocommodity" rather than "cryptocurrency".

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You've got my vote!
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I want to try to sell personalized gifts for bitcoins. I have a http://store.gifti.us store which accept currently credit cards and paypal only.

if you want to use bitcoins - please contact me directly at pavel@yepcorp.com. I will use mtgox.com rate to calculate price in BTC. To get idea of shipping expenses - add something into cart and proceed to checkout - it will show you shipping options and their price.

If it will go off and I will be able to manage orders - I will add permanent payment option to checkout page as well as "Bitcoins accepted here" logos.

Discussion - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1066.0


How I can add this info to http://www.bitcoin.org/trade page?

Can you add the temporary payment instructions to the site? That's been the standard requirement for getting your site added. Qugel.com is an exception as they're a notably big shop but seemingly have their technical limitations with eBay shops.

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I want to try to sell personalized gifts for bitcoins. I have a http://store.gifti.us store which accept currently credit cards and paypal only.

if you want to use bitcoins - please contact me directly at pavel@yepcorp.com. I will use mtgox.com rate to calculate price in BTC. To get idea of shipping expenses - add something into cart and proceed to checkout - it will show you shipping options and their price.

If it will go off and I will be able to manage orders - I will add permanent payment option to checkout page as well as "Bitcoins accepted here" logos.

Discussion - http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1066.0


How I can add this info to http://www.bitcoin.org/trade page?

Can you add the temporary payment instructions to the site? That's been the standard requirement for getting your site added. Qugel.com is an exception as they're a notably big shop but seemingly have their technical limitations with eBay shops.

I have static page saying we accept bitcoins - http://store.gifti.us/buy-with-bitcoins . Right now I can't add automatic payment option, since it will envolve module development for Magento, which is not that easy for me, nor I am sure it will really benefit me. So if this kind of "payment instructions" will suffice it would be great. If it will take off, I will definitely devote some time into development production payment module for Magento and will open source it.

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I have static page saying we accept bitcoins - http://store.gifti.us/buy-with-bitcoins . Right now I can't add automatic payment option, since it will envolve module development for Magento, which is not that easy for me, nor I am sure it will really benefit me. So if this kind of "payment instructions" will suffice it would be great.

Yes, that's good.

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From: http://l6nvqsqivhrunqvs.onion/index.php?do=topic&id=36963

"Try your luck at the Tor Casino! Play for free or Bitcoins -- your choice."

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Oh, I forgot to post a link from the regular internet.

https://www.awxcnx.de/cgi-bin/proxy1/nph-proxy.cgi/000000A/http/torcasinopfuc7cj.onion/

P.S. I love the German Privacy Foundation (awxcnx.de). I'd send them Bitcoins if they accepted them. Tongue

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WOW.

There is an iPad on biddingpond.com in an auction.

This is the real TEST for bitcoins..! Lets see if this gets serious bids and attention! I am hoping so. Unfortunately I can't bid as I live outside the US.
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Wanted to make an official post that www.BitcoinSportsBook.com surprisingly accepts bitcoins.

The site is for wagering on the outcome of sporting events.

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First adult site to accept Bitcoins. (It has a 18+ warning page on it.)

http://www.bitcoinxxx.com/

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First adult site to accept Bitcoins. (It has a 18+ warning page on it.)

http://www.bitcoinxxx.com/

Bitcoin XXX - Amateur Video Downloads! 100% Anonymous!


Now bitcoin will really take off lol
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First adult site to accept Bitcoins. (It has a 18+ warning page on it.)

http://www.bitcoinxxx.com/

Bitcoin XXX - Amateur Video Downloads! 100% Anonymous!


Wow the videos look terrible.  Shocked  Can I ask where you get content?

Would it be reasonable to accept content from people and split the bitcoin payments? That might up the production value of a lot of amature videos.

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First adult site to accept Bitcoins. (It has a 18+ warning page on it.)

http://www.bitcoinxxx.com/

Bitcoin XXX - Amateur Video Downloads! 100% Anonymous!


Wow the videos look terrible.  Shocked  Can I ask where you get content?

Would it be reasonable to accept content from people and split the bitcoin payments? That might up the production value of a lot of amature videos.

PornDigg lol
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Wow the videos look terrible.  Shocked

The quality varies from girl to girl. They are amateur videos. What did you expect for a dollar? Wink

Can I ask where you get content?

You haven't figured it out yet?

Would it be reasonable to accept content from people and split the bitcoin payments? That might up the production value of a lot of amature videos.

I already do that. Those videos are on a revshare. I currently have them ranked cheapest -> most expensive. Perhaps I should sort the listings differently to bring the better videos to the top.

Edit: No, it is not porndigg. I actually have a license to sell this content.
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Having a porn site accept Bitcoin is definitely good to catch people's interest. Good for advertising on IRC, forums and other social media Wink. I just wonder if there are many sites on the trade list that don't want to be associated with a porn site.

(edit: ok, the material could be of better quality Tongue)

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I figure as long as it has an 18+/adult warning page it should be fine. Thoughts?
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I figure as long as it has an 18+/adult warning page it should be fine. Thoughts?

Well it was bound to happen sooner or later and anyon e who has an issue with what consenting adults do probably doesn't use bitcoin anyway Smiley
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I accept bitcoins on my blog at http://gitmojewelry.com which I will donate to the NoAgenda podcast as a promotion for bitcoin.


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I managed to convince the supplier of the content (TalkSugar) for bitcoinxxx.com to try Bitcoin out.

http://www.talksugar.com/
(Phone sex, video chat, PPV media)

Perhaps the trade page should have an Adult section with some sort of warning?

I am in the process of convincing other large merchants I know to accept Bitcoin. Wink
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convincing more and large merchants would be fantastic progress.
Crossing fingers!!!

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First adult site to accept Bitcoins. (It has a 18+ warning page on it.)

http://www.bitcoinxxx.com/

Bitcoin XXX - Amateur Video Downloads! 100% Anonymous!

Oh my. Porn.  Wink

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Isn't that what the Internet is for? Tongue
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Hmm.. Is is safe to assume that the Bitcoin trade page will not list adult sites?  Huh
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Hmm.. Is is safe to assume that the Bitcoin trade page will not list adult sites?  Huh


Why wouldn't it? I don't suspect the admins have a puritanical agenda.

Unless the trade page is an endorsement, which I do think it is. Maybe it should explicitly say no endorsement, only verification of bitcoin usage.

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I think they should just add a category called "Adult" with a notice that it isn't appropriate for minors. There are two confirmed adult sites that accept Bitcoin now. I think that warrants a category on the trade page. So far, my requests to have them added have largely been ignored. I'm not too bothered by it, as I'll likely pick up search engine traffic anyway. Smiley

Edit: Or for the puritan; the Bitcoin trade page could link to a Google search or something.

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Hmm.. Is is safe to assume that the Bitcoin trade page will not list adult sites?  Huh



I guess it is their decision to make. However there will soon be a bitcoin business directory that is not affiliated with the devs. I see no problem having an adult section.

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Ok, since there were no heavy objections I put the porn sites behind a fancy show/hide javascript.

I guess talksugar.com has payment instructions somewhere?

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Yes. Try to open an account. It offers Bitcoin as a payment option.
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http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355.msg15217#msg15217  

Ive started BitcoinMedia. The idea is to gather all the promotion ideas for bitcoin together in one place to blast them out to all the social media sites and also to support content producers who accept bitcoin for their work.  Can you sticky this thread in the forum sirius?

We also accept donations to support content creation which at this time will be paid as follows -
100 bitcoins for each bitcoin or digital currency related video.
50   bitcoins for each bitcoin or digital currency related article published on the bitcoinmedia blog.
5  bitcoins for funny or interesting photoshops. ie the cookie monster eating a bitcoin lol
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Bitcoin Directory

http://www.bitcoindirectory.com/

Edit: It is alpha code, so please be kind. Tongue
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Bitcoin Directory

http://www.bitcoindirectory.com/

Edit: It is alpha code, so please be kind. Tongue

From where do the ratings come?

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My idea copy...

I actually had this idea 6 months ago, but never acted upon it until now. My site is free (possibly ad supported in the future); so there is a minuscule difference.
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From where do the ratings come?

Nowhere yet. I am working on a rating +/- setting. The current ratings are just arbitrary amounts.
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Are you going to hire a proper web designer? It sure look ugly.

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Are you going to hire a proper web designer? It sure look ugly.

Nope. I want it to be fast and plaintext for search engine goodness.
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My idea copy...

I actually had this idea 6 months ago, but never acted upon it until now. My site is free (possibly ad supported in the future); so there is a minuscule difference.

Yep. I see. But still an idea copy just one day after my post.

Valerius

It is clearly not the same. There are many ways of doing a business directory and the market will decide the winner.

I have a different idea and plan for a business directory which doesn't mean I would be infringing anyone else.
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The more directories we have, the better! It can only help Bitcoin. Smiley
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Please, add http://betco.in into Trade page. This is poker room, which accept bitcoins and only bitcoins.

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Please add http://bitcoin-otc.com/ to the trade page. It is an IRC/web based OTC marketplace for bitcoin exchange.

Join #bitcoin-market on freenode for real-time market updates.
Join #bitcoin-otc - an over-the-counter trading market. http://bitcoin-otc.com
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Please, add http://betco.in into Trade page. This is poker room, which accept bitcoins and only bitcoins.

Why does it direct me to google search?

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Please, add http://betco.in into Trade page. This is poker room, which accept bitcoins and only bitcoins.

Why does it direct me to google search?

Sorry, right after start another bitcoin member found really serious problem. to make it safe, i had to somehow prevent users access website until I will resolve this. I plan to finish this tomorrow.

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Nanaimo Gold trades in Bitcoin, Pecunix, c-gold, Liberty Reserve and HD-Money

Accepting fiat payment via Western Union, MoneyGram, Money orders and Cash by Mail

Trading in CAD, EUR, GBP and USD

over 5 years experience.

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Nanaimo Gold trades in Bitcoin, Pecunix, c-gold, Liberty Reserve and HD-Money

Accepting fiat payment via Western Union, MoneyGram, Money orders and Cash by Mail

Trading in CAD, EUR, GBP and USD

over 5 years experience.

http://www.nanaimo-gold.com

It's great that you have bitcoin on there, but it doesn't seem right. There is no bitcoin exchange rate anywhere that I can see. If I start to trade 100BTC for Paypal it tells me I get $93.10. Obviously that isn't right, it thinks I want to spend $100 worth of bitcoin, but nowhere is it shown how much that is.

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It's great that you have bitcoin on there, but it doesn't seem right. There is no bitcoin exchange rate anywhere that I can see. If I start to trade 100BTC for Paypal it tells me I get $93.10. Obviously that isn't right, it thinks I want to spend $100 worth of bitcoin, but nowhere is it shown how much that is.

At the bottom of http://www.nanaimo-gold.com/rates.php one sees "Current BTC exchange rate is 0.081155 USD"

And a link to "bitcoin data roundup", http://www.nanaimo-gold.com/get_bc_rate.php

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All the currency values are presented on the forms as USD equivalents.

The rates of exchange are shown.

Expect some layout changes as I work out the presentation.

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All the currency values are presented on the forms as USD equivalents.

The rates of exchange are shown.

Expect some layout changes as I work out the presentation.

Thanks for adding a new bitcoin exchange site . Smiley

It looks great so far!
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It's great that you have bitcoin on there, but it doesn't seem right. There is no bitcoin exchange rate anywhere that I can see. If I start to trade 100BTC for Paypal it tells me I get $93.10. Obviously that isn't right, it thinks I want to spend $100 worth of bitcoin, but nowhere is it shown how much that is.

At the bottom of http://www.nanaimo-gold.com/rates.php one sees "Current BTC exchange rate is 0.081155 USD"

And a link to "bitcoin data roundup", http://www.nanaimo-gold.com/get_bc_rate.php

Ah, sorry. I must be blind. So it is that price, plus the 6.9% fee? Still pretty good.

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Someone just submitted a link to BitcoinDirectory.com today under "Adult".

Pretty Justine - Photos for adults
http://www.PrettyJustine.com/
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Please, add http://betco.in into Trade page. This is poker room, which accept bitcoins and only bitcoins.

Why does it direct me to google search?

Sorry, right after start another bitcoin member found really serious problem. to make it safe, i had to somehow prevent users access website until I will resolve this. I plan to finish this tomorrow.


Fixed these serious issues and site opened again. Please, consider this beta yet =)

2site admins: could you add link to /trade page now?

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Someone just submitted a link to BitcoinDirectory.com today under "Adult".

Pretty Justine - Photos for adults
http://www.PrettyJustine.com/


Yeah but do they accept bitcoins ?
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Someone just submitted a link to BitcoinDirectory.com today under "Adult".

Pretty Justine - Photos for adults
http://www.PrettyJustine.com/


Yeah but do they accept bitcoins ?

Yes, and only bitcoins it appears.

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Someone just submitted a link to BitcoinDirectory.com today under "Adult".

Pretty Justine - Photos for adults
http://www.PrettyJustine.com/


Yeah but do they accept bitcoins ?

Yes, and only bitcoins it appears.

Yeah I saw that ,having investigated further  Wink

I welcome our new porno overlords.....bitcoins will save a lot of marriages by not appearing on peoples credit card statements  Cheesy
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hey guys! I just finished my bitcoin website:
http://bitswap.cz.cc/

It's sort of like a classifieds/craigslist thing. You post notices about things you want to buy or sell for bitcoins, indexed using tags (and perhaps later, by location). Please check it out.

At the moment it's free, but I intend to start changing a small rate (bitcoins, of course) for notices in the future, if it takes off.

I'm hoping this will help people trading bitcoins to get together and grow the economy.

Any feedback is welcome:
contact@bitswap.cz.cc
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Hey! Good luck with that!

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New submission on BitcoinDirectory.com today:

Title: Pimp Dollar
URL: http://www.pimpdollar.com/
Description: Adult affiliate program that pays out in Bitcoins

I can confirm that they do pay out in Bitcoin. I have changed my adult link to take advantage of their affiliate program. In fact, I might run a small text ad on the "adult" section of Bitcoin Directory Cheesy Cheesy
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As alway, the adult industry is the first to adopt any new technologies, or at least relatively the first.

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http://webali.eu/

This site looks like they do web development for bitcoin.
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Hi! I'm now accepting BitCoins for my blue canary night lights. Fans of a certain band, with whom I claim no affiliation, will recognize this as a sought-after item.

http://bluecanarynightlight.com

They are fulfilled by Amazon, but I can initiate shipment from the warehouse directly to customers.

http://media.witcoin.com/p/1608/8----This-is-nuts

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Hi! I'm now accepting BitCoins for my blue canary night lights. Fans of a certain band, with whom I claim no affiliation, will recognize this as a sought-after item.

http://bluecanarynightlight.com

They are fulfilled by Amazon, but I can initiate shipment from the warehouse directly to customers.

What would the shipping be to Australia?
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COFFEE!!

A very special coffee picked in the rain forest of Western Mexico, roasted in Arizona and shipped out by mail.

The big difference with this coffee is in the processing. The berries never get wet unlike commercial scale operations that float the beans and de-pulp with pressure water. These cherries are dried first to preserve the flavorful oils and caffeine, then the pulp is then mechanically threshed off.

The difference is incredible! I thought I was a coffee snob but until I tried dry processed beans, I did not know coffee from Shinola!

2 lbs. for 400 BTC to your door, no extra fees.

You can have light, medium or dark roast. I urge you to not pass over the light. Most people have never tasted anything like it. It's naturally sweet and fruity. You are getting 2 bags, so try 2 different roasts if you like. A favourite of mine is light and dark blended half and half.

Dry processing costs more due to the increased labour. For me, the higher than average price is justified by the far superior product.

The producer, a friend of mine, wants you to know that he pays his workers better than average wages and he never pollutes the streams or cuts the forest.

There is no website. If you want this coffee, use this contact form. I'll generate a BTC address for you to spend to and you can tell me your mailing address.

I guarantee your satisfaction in good time or I'll personally refund your BTC. This is the good stuff - that crisp clear mental boost that programmers crave!

http://www.nanaimo-gold.com/contact.php

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Hi! I'm now accepting BitCoins for my blue canary night lights. Fans of a certain band, with whom I claim no affiliation, will recognize this as a sought-after item.

http://bluecanarynightlight.com

They are fulfilled by Amazon, but I can initiate shipment from the warehouse directly to customers.

What would the shipping be to Australia?

I don't think Amazon will do it, I have done it before myself. It won't work in the outlets there though. Sad I believe sending by mail is about US$5, so I'd have to convert it to BTC whenver I send.

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Hi! I'm now accepting BitCoins for my blue canary night lights. Fans of a certain band, with whom I claim no affiliation, will recognize this as a sought-after item.

http://bluecanarynightlight.com

They are fulfilled by Amazon, but I can initiate shipment from the warehouse directly to customers.

What would the shipping be to Australia?

I don't think Amazon will do it, I have done it before myself. It won't work in the outlets there though. Sad I believe sending by mail is about US$5, so I'd have to convert it to BTC whenver I send.

ah fair enough. Damn those stupid non standard electrical outlets lol
Perhaps that can easily overcome with one of those travel converters that let you plugin US sockets into Aus power outlets?
ie-http://btco.in/2q






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The Bitcoin Store (http://bitcoinstore.yyz.us/) accepts multiple currencies in payment, and gives out bitcoins.

The Bitcoin Store has closed.  It was a fun experiment, but only had four or five customers in its lifetime.

Bitcoin Market v2 and mtgox, once mtgox's withdrawal situation is sorted, should be suitable as instant exchange sites.  One only hopes they add market orders in addition to the current limit orders that both support.  (Yes, you can make a limit order effectively a market order, but that's the point of a market order: you shouldn't have to)

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Thanks for keeping us updated. I appreciate if anyone else decides to end their service, to also post in this thread. It makes it easier for myself and others trying to create some sort of directory if we can keep tabs on what sites are staying online or not.

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The Bitcoin Store (http://bitcoinstore.yyz.us/) accepts multiple currencies in payment, and gives out bitcoins.

The Bitcoin Store has closed.  It was a fun experiment, but only had four or five customers in its lifetime.

Bitcoin Market v2 and mtgox, once mtgox's withdrawal situation is sorted, should be suitable as instant exchange sites.  One only hopes they add market orders in addition to the current limit orders that both support.  (Yes, you can make a limit order effectively a market order, but that's the point of a market order: you shouldn't have to)

Ah thanks for the attempt at providing an alternative jgarzik. Any ideas on what your next bitcoin related project will be?
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The Bitcoin Store (http://bitcoinstore.yyz.us/) accepts multiple currencies in payment, and gives out bitcoins.

The Bitcoin Store has closed.  It was a fun experiment, but only had four or five customers in its lifetime.

Bitcoin Market v2 and mtgox, once mtgox's withdrawal situation is sorted, should be suitable as instant exchange sites.  One only hopes they add market orders in addition to the current limit orders that both support.  (Yes, you can make a limit order effectively a market order, but that's the point of a market order: you shouldn't have to)

I'm sorry I did not take the time to mess around with your site before you quit.

Sometimes it takes a while for people to come around.

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While I'm not actually trading BTC, I am buying and selling Mt. Gox USD for cash in the mail which supports bitcoin trading.  Grin

I will charge a low fee of 2% to buy Mt. Gox USD, and 2% plus $1 for postage to sell.

However, to get things started, I'm waving the 2% fee for the first $1000 in trades. I've already sold $100 of Mt. Gox USD. Buy some for no fee while you can!

For more information, send me a pm.

I'm selling Mt. Gox USD and Bitcoin for cash, check or money order in the mail: http://bitcoinmorpheus.tumblr.com/

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November 05, 2010, 12:13:27 AM
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While I'm not actually trading BTC, I am buying and selling Mt. Gox USD for cash in the mail which supports bitcoin trading.  Grin

I will charge a low fee of 2% to buy Mt. Gox USD, and 2% plus $1 for postage to sell.

However, to get things started, I'm waving the 2% fee for the first $1000 in trades. I've already sold $100 of Mt. Gox USD. Buy some for no fee while you can!

For more information, send me a pm.

What is your location?

Edit: that sounded stalkerish lol

I will buy or sell to any Australian bitcoin users only for the same fees as Morpheus. Stamps are only 50 cents. Smiley

I can do direct bank deposits also for even faster transactions.

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What is your location?

I'm in the US.

I'm selling Mt. Gox USD and Bitcoin for cash, check or money order in the mail: http://bitcoinmorpheus.tumblr.com/

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Hi,

We're accepting BitCoin too!

https://www.kalyhost.com/?Currency=BTC

Services provided includes:

- Domain names (many extensions available)
- Web hosting (Europe or US, depending on your location)
- VPS (Europe)

Note that this is not a service specialized in "anonymous hosting", instead we are a regular provided adding support for BTC. Process is simple: choose your stuff, add to cart, register, and get on payment page. Once there you get a bitcoin address to send your payment to. You can send it in one go, or in small parts (ie. if you're paying for something with a friend).
Once the payment is confirmed, the order will be processed automatically, and you'll receive a confirmation email a bit later.

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- Web hosting (Europe or US, depending on your location)
- VPS (Europe)

"Europe" is vague. Which country in Europe are you hosting from?

Thank you for accepting Bitcoins! Smiley
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- Web hosting (Europe or US, depending on your location)
- VPS (Europe)

"Europe" is vague. Which country in Europe are you hosting from?

Thank you for accepting Bitcoins! Smiley

In Europe for now we only host from Germany, as we had a lot of troubles with network in another country (we tried France but stopped a few months later, moving everything to german servers). Latency is <10ms to most parts of Europe.

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I accept Bitcoins for Brave Equity application: Quick and easy development of position sizing strategies for intraday traders.
You can download the application here:

http://brave-equity.com/en

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..CENSORED..

You still feel like a spammer.

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some admin please remove the spam 2 posts above me from hunter8br. the link in his sig is spam.

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Accepting Bitcoins at

http://KYTradersClassifieds.com

Free Membership

Post your services and products free..

Get Stuff

Have Fun.....


The site has been through a change, hopefully 4 the better..

BitCoins are accepted ... to purchase credits for features, products, services, etc.

Just visit click on the "We Accept BitCoin" Button at Bottom Right Hand corner..

Read the instructions, send your BitCoin for credit needed for extra features and services. Drop me a line or two there. User jiffythorn

Been changed to a community look, so everyone can better get to know who
they will do business with. Helps to weed out any frauds

Post your services/products in the store of your very own.
Add Video, Photos, Sound... get noticed..

Signup for your Free Account and get your store online now.

Looking forward to chatting with you.

Post your wants and haves...
http://KYTradersClassifieds.com (http://KYTradersClassifieds.com)
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Accepting Bitcoins at

http://KYTradersClassifieds.com

Free Membership

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Get Stuff

Have Fun.....


What is this site is about?

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Please add this link to the bitcoin.org/trade page

http://www.coffee4bitcoin.com/

thanks!


COFFEE!!

A very special coffee picked in the rain forest of Western Mexico, roasted in Arizona and shipped out by mail.

The big difference with this coffee is in the processing. The berries never get wet unlike commercial scale operations that float the beans and de-pulp with pressure water. These cherries are dried first to preserve the flavorful oils and caffeine, then the pulp is then mechanically threshed off.

The difference is incredible! I thought I was a coffee snob but until I tried dry processed beans, I did not know coffee from Shinola!

2 lbs. for 400 BTC to your door, no extra fees.

You can have light, medium or dark roast. I urge you to not pass over the light. Most people have never tasted anything like it. It's naturally sweet and fruity. You are getting 2 bags, so try 2 different roasts if you like. A favourite of mine is light and dark blended half and half.

Dry processing costs more due to the increased labour. For me, the higher than average price is justified by the far superior product.

The producer, a friend of mine, wants you to know that he pays his workers better than average wages and he never pollutes the streams or cuts the forest.

There is no website. If you want this coffee, use this contact form. I'll generate a BTC address for you to spend to and you can tell me your mailing address.

I guarantee your satisfaction in good time or I'll personally refund your BTC. This is the good stuff - that crisp clear mental boost that programmers crave!

http://www.nanaimo-gold.com/contact.php


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Bitcoin2CC.com now accepts Bitcoins for virtual credit cards.
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Please add http://ubitio.us/ to Trade page =) This is paid file sharing site. Like rapidshare, but instead of entering captcha you need to pay small (for now at least) fee.

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Hello bitcoiners!
 
I see this is the right place to announce new services using Bitcoins.
Please read more about my anonymous VPS service here
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1905.0. It is not
running yet. I'm searching for 3 customers for startup. I have many
years experience in server administration and I have beast server for
this service already. It would be great to announce my anonymous VPS
service also on http://www.bitcoin.org/trade.
 
Please post all comments and questions to VPS topic. I do not read rest
of forum often.
 
 Cheers!
Dmytrij
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I've noticed there are still very few tangible goods sellers that offer to accept payment in bitcoins.  I have a website where I sell electronics components.  I am going to add support for accepting bitcoin, up til now I've relied on paypal entirely.  I haven't added it to the webstore yet, but my site is www.avrthing.com.  If you would like to buy anything there just convert it to the latest exchange rate on mtgox and send me an email either at breandan81@gmail.com or breandan@avrthing.com, and I will ship your purchase at the going rate upon receiving the bitcoins.  I hope this helps the project.  Honestly I don't have enough disposable income to keep it in the form of bitcoins for very long, I was planning on converting them to virtual credit cards and buying pizza.  Hopefully there are some hardware geeks on here too, I have more parts than are listed on the website too so if there is something specific you want, or even a board you need laid out, let me know and I'll give you an estimate in bitcoins and USD.  Thanks.  I've been lurking here a while now, I know you don't know or trust me yet, but my site has been up for a while and I have a texas sales tax ID, so feel free to ask me for any verification you need.

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I am a beginning hardware hacker so I might be willing to buy products from you, but I don't have the skills nor the money...

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Feel free to contact me with any AVR or arduino related questions if you want to.  I'm still more a hobbiest than a professional.  I'm a phd student in materials science, but I mostly work with EE people, and I know my way around digital electronics reasonably well.  The bitcoin project piqued my interest, so I figured I'd offer to accept them.

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Paid for coding services from balboah excellent work and trusted member.
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Paid for coding services from balboah excellent work and trusted member.
thanks, others who need coding help are welcomed to ask in PM
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I think I never actually posted this here but I made http://FiveGrinder.com. It allows you to form a group and democratically determine how to spend the group treasury which can be denominated in either BTC or USD.

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I wrote these posts a while ago.  Since then the e-commerce solutions seem to be coming around.  These threads got a bit off topic and I think there were some misunderstandings about the arduino proposition, but if anyone has some arduino/python coding skill please check out the linkd second post.
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=885.0
http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=886.0
I'm limited in my coding talents and have a project that would greatly benefit.
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I added a bitcoin logo, as well as the instruction to contact me by email if one wishes to pay with bitcoin, to avrthing.com.  I also added a gpg public key and the address of the keyserver I use.  I am still working on figuring out a way to do a payment module.  I think I may have to use python scripts and have a bitcoind running on my hosts server, or modify the check accepting module to simply instruct one to send payment to a single address.  I don't do much business now so that should work, but if it ever caught on it could become difficult to tell who sent each payment. How do other people deal with this?  Is there a plugin available for Prestashop?

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I added a bitcoin logo, as well as the instruction to contact me by email if one wishes to pay with bitcoin, to avrthing.com.  I also added a gpg public key and the address of the keyserver I use.  I am still working on figuring out a way to do a payment module.  I think I may have to use python scripts and have a bitcoind running on my hosts server, or modify the check accepting module to simply instruct one to send payment to a single address.  I don't do much business now so that should work, but if it ever caught on it could become difficult to tell who sent each payment. How do other people deal with this?  Is there a plugin available for Prestashop?

normally, you'd generate a separate address for each transaction. that's how you match orders with payments. otherwise there's no way to tell, if you happen to have two orders for the same amount, who sent the payment.

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First gay adult site to accept Bitcoins. (It has a 18+ warning page on it.)

http://www.bitcoingayxxx.com/

Bitcoin Gay XXX - Amateur Gay Item Downloads! 100% Anonymous!

Edit: Before people complain about this and that let me make this clear: Bitcoin XXX and Bitcoin Gay XXX are more or less proof of concept sites. I'm attempting to prove to the adult industry that Bitcoins are useful to them. I am not running them for any other reason really.
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Hello !

I would like to announce that you can now buy hosting services from me via Bitcoin.

The website which offers packages such as:
- Shell accounts
- Virtual Private Servers
- Dedicated Servers
- Domain registration

It is available at http://www.vserver.si

I would also like to get this website listed at the official Marketplace page.

So, if anyone gets interested about the offer, please send me a private message to start with the service.

I am sort of starting up with Bitcoin, so have a little patience, thanks !

Regards,
Jan

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Where are your servers located?

Edit: nm, I just read your site. Oh, I added you to Bitcoin Directory.
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 I m accepting bitcoins for all my GNU/Linux and web services offrs ( hosting, cdn, mail, seo, disaster recovery and more ).

find more details on my dedicated post :

http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1687.msg

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http://pastecoin.com - upload your files, set a price and get paid when people download the link!
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Hi All,

I run a tiny software development house that really only supplies one piece of software currently (but its a nice seller) I have decided to offer bitcoins as a method of payment, and am offering a very favorable rate for people who take up the purchase of my software using bitcoins.

http://www.cdg2vcd.com/reg.php

I'm prepared to take a financial hit (at least in the short term) to encourage people to adopt the technology.

Cheers
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What do you mean by sender code on the website?  If you are using the sending address as your transaction reference, then anyone who sends you money via a pooled client such as www.mybitcoin.com isn't likely to match up.

"The powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent meetings and conferences. The apex of the systems was to be the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the world's central banks which were themselves private corporations. Each central bank...sought to dominate its government by its ability to control Treasury loans, to manipulate foreign exchanges, to influence the level of economic activity in the country, and to influence cooperative politicians by subsequent economic rewards in the business world."

- Carroll Quigley, CFR member, mentor to Bill Clinton, from 'Tragedy And Hope'
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Hi everybody,

I'm happy to announce that the I2P project now accepts Bitcoin donations.

The address is 1HkJCceXf7of1sTNRVJbXiZHfDTLL71Siy. If you want to be mentioned as a donor in the I2P hall of fame, please inform echelon@i2pmail.org.

I2P is an anonymizing network, offering a simple layer that identity-sensitive applications can use to securely communicate. All data is wrapped with several layers of encryption, and the network is both distributed and dynamic, with no trusted parties.

http://www.geti2p.net/
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December 12, 2010, 09:29:14 PM
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Cash Cow Casino - Bitcoin's Premier Gaming Entertainment
http://cashcow.no-ip.org/

Games:
Single-zero roulette
More games will be added upon request.

How to deposit:
1. Go to site
2. Enter the desired username and password for your new account.
3. Deposit funds to the bitcoin address provided at the top of your main page.
4. Wait for 1 confirmation from the Bitcoin network

How to play:
1. In site, move funds from your Checking Account to Casino Account
2. Click on the gold Bitcoin to launch Roulette

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Additional FAQ provided on site

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I'm happy to note that The Mac Experts (http://macexperts.com.au) who service the Australian Capital Territory and surrounding regions (with plans to expand) now accept Bitcoins!

I've integrated Bitcoin payments within our online shop at http://macexperts.com.au/shop/ and working on a few template tweaks to show our support and confidence for Bitcoin.
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December 13, 2010, 04:27:15 PM
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http://www.lakecityquietpills.com/photo/multihost

Lake City Quiet Pills gratefully accepts donations via BitCoin. We are a image sharing site. We allow hotlinking for forums and auctions.
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December 14, 2010, 08:38:18 PM
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I will accept bitcoins for items in my etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/ScavengingWoodrats
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December 16, 2010, 07:30:06 PM
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I finally have a website with information on how to buy bitcoin or Mt. Gox USD from me with check, money order or cash in the mail:

http://bitcoinmorpheus.tumblr.com/

or the direct link:

http://bitcoinmorpheus.tumblr.com/post/2301381008/how-to-buy-bitcoin-and-mt-gox-usd-with-cash-in-the

Could the first one be posted on the trade page as an exchanger?

I'm selling Mt. Gox USD and Bitcoin for cash, check or money order in the mail: http://bitcoinmorpheus.tumblr.com/

Check out my 100% decentralized P2P exchange: https://github.com/macourtney/Dark-Exchange
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December 17, 2010, 05:09:49 AM
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http://lmptfy.com is a "search assistant" for the Pirate Bay .

If anyone asks where to find content you send them a link and lmptfy searches for them. We have heard it may inspire you to "share" content with other people.
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December 19, 2010, 09:54:00 PM
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EuroBTC
Selling BTC for EUR (cash by mail).
http://uy4iqkyqzclbnma4.onion or http://www.eurobtc.com
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December 20, 2010, 05:24:20 AM
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http://please.bitcoin.me


This site is for posting randomn things and the whole page is editable...for a bit payment!

You can change anything you want even the title. Its the most fun you can have with a bitcoin.   Grin
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December 20, 2010, 04:49:13 PM
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http://lmptfy.com is a "search assistant" for the Pirate Bay .

If anyone asks where to find content you send them a link and lmptfy searches for them. We have heard it may inspire you to "share" content with other people.

Is that site yours? Pretty awesome if it is.
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December 20, 2010, 09:49:02 PM
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http://lmptfy.com is a "search assistant" for the Pirate Bay .

If anyone asks where to find content you send them a link and lmptfy searches for them. We have heard it may inspire you to "share" content with other people.

Is that site yours? Pretty awesome if it is.

I know the owners  Wink
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December 21, 2010, 11:40:08 AM
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You can buy Pureclipse which is a PureMVC plugin for Eclipse using Bitcoins.
Here is a product page: http://www.slide.name/pureclipse/
If you are interested send a request here: http://www.slide.name/pureclipse/bitcoin.html
It will be cheaper than the declared price on the website.

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December 22, 2010, 07:03:20 PM
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Joe Guy's Sports Betting Website (for good sports betting picks) at

http://www.jgsbws.com

Accepts bitcoins now.

Annona ad! Please keep in mind that there is nothing wrong with Bitcoin itself. All it's scandals are caused by wonky websites and sleazy people exploiting it. The light attracts bugs.

When all this bullshit drys up and blows away, Bitcoin will be stronger than ever.
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December 25, 2010, 03:43:33 PM
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Dear bitcoins enthusiasts,

Forban is a simple link-local opportunistic p2p client. Forban allows to do local p2p file sharing while not depending on Internet with all the computers connected on the same shared LAN or wireless network. In the spirit of promoting p2p technologies, Forban is only accepting Bitcoins donation to its address : 13Q8TCJqLQ8tfL7rhoa16PmgQrBTjkZ26i .

For more information about Forban: http://www.foo.be/forban/ and the github development page: https://github.com/adulau/Forban

Thank you,
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December 25, 2010, 04:20:56 PM
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Dear bitcoins enthusiasts,

Forban is a simple link-local opportunistic p2p client. Forban allows to do local p2p file sharing while not depending on Internet with all the computers connected on the same shared LAN or wireless network. In the spirit of promoting p2p technologies, Forban is only accepting Bitcoins donation to its address : 13Q8TCJqLQ8tfL7rhoa16PmgQrBTjkZ26i .

For more information about Forban: http://www.foo.be/forban/ and the github development page: https://github.com/adulau/Forban

Thank you,


I don't understand much but it seems to be a nice project.  I also like the idea that your protocol could be implemented with a script language (you're talking about using wget and tcpdump, which is cool).

So I'll give you 1 BTC.
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December 25, 2010, 08:18:04 PM
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Dear bitcoins enthusiasts,

Forban is a simple link-local opportunistic p2p client. Forban allows to do local p2p file sharing while not depending on Internet with all the computers connected on the same shared LAN or wireless network. In the spirit of promoting p2p technologies, Forban is only accepting Bitcoins donation to its address : 13Q8TCJqLQ8tfL7rhoa16PmgQrBTjkZ26i .

For more information about Forban: http://www.foo.be/forban/ and the github development page: https://github.com/adulau/Forban

Thank you,


5BTC sent, sounds like a good idea.

Play Bitcoin Poker at sealswithclubs.eu. We're active and open to everyone.
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December 26, 2010, 03:57:06 AM
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My little company, http://www.moonlitconsult.com, accepts Bitcoin in addition to other payment methods.

So far I've had no takers, but I hope this changes.

How do you like my proposed exchange rate?  Grin
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December 26, 2010, 04:05:23 AM
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My little company, http://www.moonlitconsult.com, accepts Bitcoin in addition to other payment methods.

So far I've had no takers, but I hope this changes.

How do you like my proposed exchange rate?  Grin

Cool.

Exchange rate is not so good, 20 cents for a coin is considerably less than you can get in a lot of places. As much as I like to transact in bitcoins, if I needed to buy anything substantial from you I would convert to USD first, even with the PP surcharge.

Play Bitcoin Poker at sealswithclubs.eu. We're active and open to everyone.
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December 26, 2010, 06:34:14 AM
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My little company, http://www.moonlitconsult.com, accepts Bitcoin in addition to other payment methods.

So far I've had no takers, but I hope this changes.

How do you like my proposed exchange rate?  Grin

Your Bitcoin logo at the bottom of your page points to bitcoin.com which is quite different from bitcoin.org.

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December 26, 2010, 08:35:32 PM
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Hey all,

Using some of my many business connections; I got two new stores online. I am running these sites for a good friend of mine who is not very familiar with Bitcoin. Damn that old dollar mentality! Tongue

After explaining the Bitcoin concept to him for many hours over coffee, he agreed that backing this new currency with more goods is a really good thing. For Bitcoin to be useful we need to back it with more goods and services, after all. Smiley

Under a simple agreement with him; I will be managing these two new shops, and he will be handling the shipping.

Bitcoin Gadgets It's a pre-release. Still has the default ugly zen cart interface. This is being changed as we speak. The holiday season has delayed things with the graphics people a bit.

Bitcoin Sex Toy Store Adults only!!! 200 products! Fully themed, and it looks nice in my opinion. Offers great privacy to the buyer. No pesky charges on the credit card statement. (Thanks, Bitcoin!) Items are discretely shipped.

Cheers!
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December 26, 2010, 10:58:37 PM
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Bitcoin Sex Toy Store Adults only!!! 200 products! Fully themed, and it looks nice in my opinion. Offers great privacy to the buyer. No pesky charges on the credit card statement. (Thanks, Bitcoin!) Items are discretely shipped.
International shipping ? ;-P

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