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August 27, 2010, 01:37:44 PM
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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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August 27, 2010, 02:37:45 PM
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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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August 27, 2010, 05:32:15 PM
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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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August 28, 2010, 09:59:35 AM
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Cool. Thanks Smiley
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August 31, 2010, 09:10:44 PM
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The Bitcoin Store (http://bitcoinstore.yyz.us/) accepts multiple currencies in payment, and gives out bitcoins.

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September 01, 2010, 08:03:09 AM
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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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September 03, 2010, 03:28:44 AM
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September 05, 2010, 12:28:44 PM
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The Amazing Anonymous Bitcoin Lottery!

And it may be ready for prime time... maybe Smiley
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September 06, 2010, 09:12:02 AM
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The Amazing Anonymous Bitcoin Lottery!

And it may be ready for prime time... maybe Smiley
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Seriously, it's like free money right now so stay away and let me collect for a while.

Play Bitcoin Poker at sealswithclubs.eu. We're active and open to everyone.
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September 06, 2010, 09:54:34 AM
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The Amazing Anonymous Bitcoin Lottery!

And it may be ready for prime time... maybe Smiley
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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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September 06, 2010, 10:30:15 AM
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The Amazing Anonymous Bitcoin Lottery!

And it may be ready for prime time... maybe Smiley
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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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September 11, 2010, 06:28:40 AM
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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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September 17, 2010, 06:08:00 PM
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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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September 18, 2010, 11:58:04 PM
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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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September 20, 2010, 06:13:37 PM
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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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September 20, 2010, 07:51:09 PM
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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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September 21, 2010, 04:16:02 AM
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You've got my vote!
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September 21, 2010, 06:14:27 PM
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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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September 21, 2010, 07:09:36 PM
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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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September 22, 2010, 11:19:21 AM
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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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