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February 10, 2011, 10:16:04 PM
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Traders' list has been moved to the wiki.

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February 10, 2011, 11:00:49 PM
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Traders' list has been moved to the wiki.

Sorry for posting. Yes I saw the page but I didn't want to add my link without any discussion. I will be glad if you can do it (if you think my services are useful)

there are at least 2 forums where people were waiting for an offer like yours
and since you're the only one, can double the prices for the first few weeks.
let the market decide
I didn't know this was so rare at the moment. Can you give me these links please? About the price I will be nice and try like this. If it has success I can adjust them. Thank you for your post.
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February 10, 2011, 11:13:41 PM
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Sorry for posting. Yes I saw the page but I didn't want to add my link without any discussion. I will be glad if you can do it (if you think my services are useful)

No problem, I announced this after your post. Threads about listed services are still welcome.

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February 10, 2011, 11:20:43 PM
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Traders' list has been moved to the wiki.

I hope this wiki page has some minimal level of sanity checking / moderation?


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February 10, 2011, 11:51:55 PM
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I hope this wiki page has some minimal level of sanity checking / moderation?

It works just like any other wiki. Since that page will have high visibility I think many of us may dedicate some spare time to keep it clean of spam. Also maybe we could try to keep the listings in alphabetical order to deter edit wars between businesses trying to get on top of the list.
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February 12, 2011, 03:46:39 AM
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Pioneer One(The CC Show) accepts Bitcoin donation. Already sent them 10 BTC. Please help so they don't regret it! Cheesy
Address: 1CQcavqNsXkm6x2osFrfS8TFFrFUTZ9YC2
Source: http://www.facebook.com/pioneerone/posts/125547767517662
PS: Posting also to the Wiki. Smiley

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February 12, 2011, 05:37:32 AM
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Okay... got all the kinks and whatnot I think...

I sell Golden Mean Calipers for Bitcoins

http://www.goldenmeancalipers.com



Which I make myself, in my basement in New Zealand Smiley
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February 12, 2011, 04:30:17 PM
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Okay... got all the kinks and whatnot I think...

I sell Golden Mean Calipers for Bitcoins

http://www.goldenmeancalipers.com



Which I make myself, in my basement in New Zealand Smiley
How do they work?

Use my Trade Hill referral code: TH-R11519

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February 15, 2011, 08:50:54 PM
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Well, I finally got that prestashop module working, so
www.avrthing.com now has electronic components for bitcoin, without having to contact me directly, just select it as your payment option during checkout.

If anyone wants the module for their own webshop my blog post on it and the download is here:

http://www.bposhaughnessy.com/electronics/?p=43

Feel free to contact me by email at breandan81@gmail.com if you need anything, there is a key on several keyservers if you want to use gpg. 

a few caveats:

Buy something small from yourself to test it, if the receipt script is unreachable the purchase won't show up in the back office and whoever sent coins will be rather annoyed, so you want to make sure it's working right.

It just uses the 3 letter currency code from prestashop as part of the payment link, so currencies enabled in your shop must be ones that mybitcoin has exchange rates for.  If this is a huge problem contact me and I'll try to change that.

Electronics and components at http://avrthing.com
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February 19, 2011, 05:46:21 PM
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I made a concise bitcoin links page. 

http://tril.tunes.org/bm/bitcoin.html

All links are current as of today and have HTTPS links where valid.  I still have more links to add, from the https://bitcoin.it/wiki/Trade and from pages 13-21 of this thread.  However, please private message me on this forum if you have a website, accept BTC, and think you should be listed on my page.
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February 21, 2011, 12:40:05 AM
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from what i see on the picture, the pointer in the middle will divide the distance between the two legs in ration 1:1.61
you can stretch any two legs and the third one will adjust it's position.

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February 21, 2011, 02:21:31 AM
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No idea how long they've had it, but anonnews.org is now accepting bitcoin donations. Searched the forum for any news of it and didn't find anything so, sorry if this is a repost

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February 22, 2011, 10:46:25 AM
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February 24, 2011, 09:52:37 PM
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No idea how long they've had it, but anonnews.org is now accepting bitcoin donations. Searched the forum for any news of it and didn't find anything so, sorry if this is a repost
Actually, I only started accepting Bitcoin donations one day before you made that post... didn't think of adding it to the wiki and/or the forum, and was quite surprised to find out someone else had already done it that quick Tongue

Just started using Bitcoin myself, so not very familiar with the community and all yet. Had some friends (and fellow Anons) pushing me to accept Bitcoin donations... so after a while I decided to just add it Smiley

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March 02, 2011, 01:28:12 PM
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One of the biggest bit-torrent websites in Poland (tnt torrent) now accepts donations in Bitcoin:

http://tnttorrent.info/dotacja.php

Bitalo.com coming soon!

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March 12, 2011, 09:12:42 PM
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March 15, 2011, 06:00:14 PM
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Minethings.com is a browser-based MMO that I've been running for a couple years.  A friend told me about bitcoins a couple weeks ago and now (after a weekend of coding) they are accepted at Minethings.com.  The game is free to try out and in-game purchases are optional.

A bit about the game:

A real-time mining game based in a post-apocalyptic Earth where there are no rules and everyone's loot is up for grabs. Inter-city trading is all PvP so it requires arming up your vehicles and being prepared for the worst. But the rewards are worth it!

Grow your first humble mining operation into an empire with equipment, mining robots, battery upgrades, and gadgets. Expand your operations to the high seas, build factories, earn interest on your wealth, dominate markets and climb the ranks to become the one with the most things.

Start mining today!

BTC accepted at my browser-based MMO, Minethings.com.  ~1500 active players mining now.
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March 15, 2011, 07:21:29 PM
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Minethings.com is a browser-based MMO that I've been running for a couple years.  A friend told me about bitcoins a couple weeks ago and now (after a weekend of coding) they are accepted at Minethings.com.  The game is free to try out and in-game purchases are optional.

A bit about the game:

A real-time mining game based in a post-apocalyptic Earth where there are no rules and everyone's loot is up for grabs. Inter-city trading is all PvP so it requires arming up your vehicles and being prepared for the worst. But the rewards are worth it!

Grow your first humble mining operation into an empire with equipment, mining robots, battery upgrades, and gadgets. Expand your operations to the high seas, build factories, earn interest on your wealth, dominate markets and climb the ranks to become the one with the most things.

Start mining today!

I play this game!

It's fun even without buying credits, but now I might need to buy some for bitcoin.
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March 20, 2011, 01:38:17 AM
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Hi to all,

our website www.privacy.li and http://privacydomains.privacy.li/ wants to accept bitcoins.
Is there any guide how to set this up?
Are there any SCSI already?

Please point me to the right information

Best
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March 20, 2011, 07:12:29 PM
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Hi to all,

our website www.privacy.li and http://privacydomains.privacy.li/ wants to accept bitcoins.
Is there any guide how to set this up?
Are there any SCSI already?

Please point me to the right information

Best
Adminus

I am currently working on setting up a Bitcoin payment gateway - a bit like PayPal works, with callbacks after a payment is completed - that should allow you to accept Bitcoin without really having to set up anything. There will be no transfer fees, and it should be done in a few days.
I believe someone else is also working on a payment gateway for Bitcoin, so you could just pick which you want to use. As far as I know, that gateway will also be available soon.

You could also set up your own system, but it would require you to run bitcoind on your server and use the API, as far as I know. I'm not sure if there are any guides on it (maybe someone else here will know).

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I just can't wait for fall/winter. My furnace never generated money for me before. I'll keep mining until my furnace is more profitable.
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