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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

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August 04, 2010, 05:04:55 AM
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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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August 04, 2010, 09:48:13 AM
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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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August 04, 2010, 12:31:59 PM
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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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August 05, 2010, 08:13:31 AM
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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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August 08, 2010, 12:52:04 PM
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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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August 08, 2010, 10:38:54 PM
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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

Thanks

www.loneaspen.com
http://www.loneaspen.com/img/logo2.png
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August 09, 2010, 11:07:00 AM
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I tried it out for a bit. It seems good. Can we play for BTC eventually?

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August 10, 2010, 02:09:03 PM
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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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August 10, 2010, 11:21:33 PM
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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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August 15, 2010, 06:55:58 PM
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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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August 17, 2010, 01:41:47 PM
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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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August 17, 2010, 01:50:55 PM
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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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August 18, 2010, 08:00:50 PM
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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

Cheers!

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Canada's Oldest Bitcoin Brokerage.  Serving Canadian Bitcoiners since 2011!
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August 21, 2010, 02:07:36 PM
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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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August 21, 2010, 09:06:00 PM
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Sounds very nice zooko. Keep us updated.

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August 22, 2010, 01:25:54 AM
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Awesome project  Smiley

It would be perfect to automatically back up your bitcoin wallet using your service!
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August 26, 2010, 10:53:44 PM
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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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August 27, 2010, 01:01:59 AM
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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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