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May 04, 2010, 11:12:54 PM
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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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May 05, 2010, 08:55:36 AM
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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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May 06, 2010, 09:46:39 AM
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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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May 06, 2010, 10:07:27 PM
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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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May 19, 2010, 05:18:33 PM
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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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May 19, 2010, 06:21:50 PM
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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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May 19, 2010, 07:52:42 PM
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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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May 19, 2010, 10:33:33 PM
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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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May 20, 2010, 02:41:51 AM
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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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May 20, 2010, 09:43:42 PM
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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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May 21, 2010, 09:05:55 PM
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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.

P.S. We are all getting there Bit by Bit Wink

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May 22, 2010, 02:51:29 PM
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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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May 26, 2010, 01:14:04 AM
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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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June 13, 2010, 09:15:02 AM
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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).

http://bitcoincertify.webhop.biz

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June 13, 2010, 03:56:20 PM
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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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June 13, 2010, 04:23:07 PM
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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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June 26, 2010, 10:56:05 PM
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A 'Bitcoin notary public'. I like it! Cheesy
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June 28, 2010, 11:16:30 PM
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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

Cheers! Cheesy
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June 29, 2010, 12:42:55 AM
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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

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

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June 29, 2010, 03:23:26 PM
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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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