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October 20, 2010, 09:45:01 AM
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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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October 20, 2010, 10:04:03 AM
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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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October 20, 2010, 02:38:32 PM
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Someone just submitted a link to BitcoinDirectory.com today under "Adult".

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October 21, 2010, 05:22:30 AM
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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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October 21, 2010, 10:33:07 AM
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Someone just submitted a link to BitcoinDirectory.com today under "Adult".

Pretty Justine - Photos for adults
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Yeah but do they accept bitcoins ?
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October 21, 2010, 10:34:58 AM
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Someone just submitted a link to BitcoinDirectory.com today under "Adult".

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Yeah but do they accept bitcoins ?

Yes, and only bitcoins it appears.

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October 21, 2010, 11:11:41 AM
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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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October 24, 2010, 09:54:51 AM
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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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October 24, 2010, 10:37:11 AM
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Hey! Good luck with that!

https://www.nanaimogold.com/ - World's first bitcoin exchange service
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October 25, 2010, 06:34:16 PM
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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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October 25, 2010, 11:55:13 PM
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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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October 26, 2010, 12:43:51 PM
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http://webali.eu/

This site looks like they do web development for bitcoin.
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October 26, 2010, 06:13:49 PM
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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.

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October 27, 2010, 03:23:11 AM
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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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October 27, 2010, 08:22:53 AM
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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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October 29, 2010, 02:30:23 AM
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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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October 29, 2010, 03:36:35 AM
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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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October 31, 2010, 06:20:07 PM
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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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November 01, 2010, 12:06:27 AM
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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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November 01, 2010, 05:19:39 AM
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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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