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June 29, 2010, 07:12:12 PM
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Bitcoin4Cash is now available on Freenet, I2P, and TOR.

Eventually the site will have automated ordering and an internal communication system.

I don't think Freenet will work out once I reach that point, but I figured I'd try Freenet out. I've never inserted a freesite before so it was a good learning experience. Cheesy

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July 08, 2010, 11:09:11 PM
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July 09, 2010, 05:34:38 AM
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Bitcoin 4 Cash has a real domain now. Tongue

http://www.bitcoin4cash.com/

(Thanks privacyshark!)

Now to make a proper site... the work never ends.. Cheesy
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July 09, 2010, 10:31:08 AM
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I`d like to have some details about this service.
OpenVPN?
PPTP / IPSec ?
port forwarding ?
p2p filesharing allowed ?
any bonus services ?
are you a relakks/ipredator.se reseller ?

I was thinking about going to http://ivacy.com, but your service sounds interesting.

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July 09, 2010, 12:05:37 PM
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> OpenVPN?

Yes.

> PPTP / IPSec ?

No.

> port forwarding ?

One port.

> p2p filesharing allowed ?

Yes.

> any bonus services ?

Not sure what you mean so probably not.

> are you a relakks/ipredator.se reseller ?

Certainly not!

> I was thinking about going to http://ivacy.com, but your service sounds interesting.

Well, there's a three hour free trial before you have to spend any precious bitcoins.  Smiley
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July 09, 2010, 11:25:07 PM
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BitLex.co.cc started selling L$ for bitcoins.

If you're a secondlife resident, please give it a try and tell us what u think.
Just visit the website, grab a HUD and get L$ for your bitcoins.

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July 10, 2010, 03:25:34 AM
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Bitcoin 4 Cash has a real domain now. Tongue

http://www.bitcoin4cash.com/

(Thanks privacyshark!)

Now to make a proper site... the work never ends.. Cheesy

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My addition to the bitcoin economy is  http://bitcointo.com .It is a proxy shopping service for Amazon.com and other sites I will add as time goes by.
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July 10, 2010, 06:43:36 AM
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I don't have a website, but I just realized this thread is a single organized place to notify everyone of places where Bitcoins are accepted.  Details are below, and if I add any other service later, I'll edit this post.



Hello all - this is a bit of an experiment for me, being that Bitcoin is so new and all.  To attempt to contribute to the Bitcoin ecosystem, specifically to further the perception & acceptance that Bitcoin is 'money' - I have decided to offer some services for which I'll accept Bitcoin as the method of payment.

Specifically:

    * IT Services - a lot of you may be programmers or other uber-techies.... However  my offer of service is not for programming but for more basic things... troubleshooting some software issue, configuring your network [assuming at least your Internet connection works so I can remotely access], other consultations.. I can't do everything but we can try, and if you're satisfied, you pay me Bitcoin.  I will likely use some remote access software which you would control, in order for me to configure/troubleshoot whatever your problem is
    * Managed trading - I make my living trading on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, I specialize in derivatives trading.  Though I cannot guarantee any results, if anyone wants to diversify some of their money into something that can allow your money to grow, you could try with me if you'd like. If we can come to an agreement and you are satisfied, you could pay me with Bitcoin.


I'll add any other services I could provide as they come to my mind, but for now these are the two fields that a) I have professional experience in b) could probably be valuable to someone out there, and c) I can do remotely, in other words for anyone, anywhere in the world, thanks to the Internet.

If you are interested in either of these services I can provide, just contact me privately and we can discuss matters further.  If we can agree and make an exchange, great.  If not - at least you've made a new Bitcoin contact/buddy!  Smiley
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July 10, 2010, 07:01:07 PM
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> any bonus services ?

Not sure what you mean so probably not.
for example: ivacy.com offers a free usenet account and grants access to their own filesharing website.
but 15€/month is more than 5, so they better have to offer more ^^

i think i will try your service when my system gets the new harddrive i am waiting for.

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July 12, 2010, 12:28:44 AM
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The Odd Shot photography.  http://www.theoddshot.com.au 

If you want to order an image, email me - contact details on the site.

bc address:  1BpyLNjGFjWXwiWK5TfQfLW4tFYP3Mb9Yj

Cheers,

Trevor

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July 12, 2010, 12:46:21 AM
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The Odd Shot photography.  http://www.theoddshot.com.au 

If you want to order an image, email me - contact details on the site.

bc address:  1BpyLNjGFjWXwiWK5TfQfLW4tFYP3Mb9Yj

Cheers,

Trevor

Nice. Smiley

Can you include the payment instructions for Bitcoin on your site? I'm thinking we should set that as a requirement for being added to the Trade page, so the random surfer doesn't get annoyed when he doesn't see the payment option that was promised.

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July 12, 2010, 03:29:45 AM
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Sure will,  I'm redesigning the web site at the moment - the "new" version will list bitcoin & have a link back to bitcoin.org for those (like me a few hours ago) who have never heard of it.

Cheers,

Trevor

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July 12, 2010, 11:37:32 PM
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I accept donations in bitcoin for the Adaptive Tactics Server (which serves chess puzzles). 

http://www.snufflenose.com
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July 13, 2010, 01:36:39 AM
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http://bitcoin2cash.com/

For every 5000 bitcoins sent to 1CRZpkKKAt7G5uiK4JPBjBJGnozgiatFAs you will receive $1.00 USD in cash by mail.

Send transaction details to sales@bitcoin2cash.com after the transfer.

All transfers are final.

We are not responsible for lost or stolen funds during transit.

The prices shown here are subject to change after we establish a market value.

Our automated system and complete website are coming soon!
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July 13, 2010, 04:11:42 AM
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The Odd Shot photography.  http://www.theoddshot.com.au 

If you want to order an image, email me - contact details on the site.

bc address:  1BpyLNjGFjWXwiWK5TfQfLW4tFYP3Mb9Yj

Cheers,

Trevor

Nice.

Can you include the payment instructions for Bitcoin on your site? I'm thinking we should set that as a requirement for being added to the Trade page, so the random surfer doesn't get annoyed when he doesn't see the payment option that was promised.

I decided not to wait for the redesign - the current purchase page at http://www.theoddshot.com.au/purchase.html now includes Bitcoin.

Note that I have made one restriction until I can buy photographic supplies with Bitcoin: "Bitcoin users please note:  Since I have to pay my suppliers in $AU, I reserve the right to restrict quantities of mounted/framed prints, etc sold via Bitcoin."

There is no restriction on electronic delivery services. If you want to buy the rights to use an image on your site, for example, I'll email you a high-res image file for a negotiated bitcoin fee. I'll even mail images on CD or DVD if you like. But mounted & framed prints cost me significant $AU so I can't promise to accept Bitcoin 100% for those orders.

Cheers,

Trevor
The Odd Shot Photography

PS: It would be nice if there was a bitcoin logo or something we could download & put on our web page.  HINT HINT   Wink

Trevor

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July 13, 2010, 01:06:57 PM
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http://bitcoin2cash.com/
For every 5000 bitcoins sent to 1CRZpkKKAt7G5uiK4JPBjBJGnozgiatFAs you will receive $1.00 USD in cash by mail.

Added. You might want to check your rate however, since the market rate is about 50 times higher atm.

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July 13, 2010, 01:50:52 PM
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http://bitcoin2cash.com/
For every 5000 bitcoins sent to 1CRZpkKKAt7G5uiK4JPBjBJGnozgiatFAs you will receive $1.00 USD in cash by mail.

Added. You might want to check your rate however, since the market rate is about 50 times higher atm.

http://bitcoin2cash.com

We've lowered our rate to 100 bitcoins per $1 USD. We will keep adjusting our prices until we find something sustainable.
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July 13, 2010, 10:41:30 PM
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> port forwarding ?

One port.

Is it possible to get more ports? maybe with a low one-time payment per extra port ?

And what transfer speeds can a single user expect ?

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July 14, 2010, 12:07:48 PM
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> Is it possible to get more ports? maybe with a low one-time payment per extra port ?

Not now, maybe in the future. Although it's both TCP and UDP so if you have something using UDP (like DC) and something using TCP (most things) it is in effect two.

> And what transfer speeds can a single user expect ?

Pretty good. 25 - 200 Mbit/s is common.
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July 14, 2010, 01:21:39 PM
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I myself am an English teacher so I haven't much to offer as a remote service.

If you're a decent writer, there's a good market for original articles on all kinds of subjects. People like me who build websites for advertising income can use content for their sites.

Of course, right now the problem is finding website builders who have bitcoins to spend. I guess I'm generating some by running the program, and then I could pay for some articles.

I would be willing to install Wordpress blogs and even host them for bitcoins, if I had any clue how much to charge.

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