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October 01, 2013, 03:03:49 AM
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Hi all,

Just wanted to make the Bitcoin community aware of BitQuick.co's promotion next month.

This will be posted on the new BitQuick.co blog, which will be launched shortly

BitQuick.co has teamed up with two charities, The Pink Ribbon Girls and Zero Cancer, to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

25% of the 2% buyer fee (.5% of each BTC purchased) will go toward the donation total, which will be tallied from October 1st to October 31st, 2013. At the end of the month, the sum will be split into two (50% each) and given to The Pink Ribbon Girls and ZeroCancer

A little bit about each of the charities:

PinkRibbonGirls- Pink Ribbon Girls is an organization run in the Cincinnati region that provides support to breast cancer survivors and their families. We heard about the organization and believe it is a great way to make an immediate impact to families today, as opposed to waiting for research money to help out humanity down the road.

ZeroCancer- Zero Cancer is a national nonprofit organization with the mission to end prostate cancer. Zero Cancer has shown a great record of transparency on finances, which was an extremely important factor for us when choosing our two charities.

Want to donate without buying BTC? All donations sent to 1PinkGMRRhPyMjjR4UFDCwgSEFEneByoyG will also be donated at the end of the month, and added to the total sum shown above.


Check out our new homepage! We've gone pink for October!

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October 01, 2013, 04:23:11 AM
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Very cool idea, I hope you do well.
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October 01, 2013, 04:32:36 AM
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Just googled "cancer" because I was unaware that it existed.

Thank you for making me aware of it.

Now I am off to google "breast"...

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October 01, 2013, 05:37:04 AM
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September was prostate cancer awareness month, too bad no one cared about it.

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October 01, 2013, 09:23:40 AM
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September was prostate cancer awareness month, too bad no one cared about it.

most of peoples not now about this prostate need to tell them about this also like this

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October 01, 2013, 11:47:24 AM
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September was prostate cancer awareness month, too bad no one cared about it.

Now is better than never though.

And thanks for the support everyone!

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Want to donate without buying BTC? All donations sent to 1PinkGMRRhPyMjjR4UFDCwgSEFEneByoyG will also be donated at the end of the month, and added to the total sum shown above on the front page.


So, at the end of day one, we have raised .521 BTC!

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October 01, 2013, 11:45:30 PM
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Have you ever thought about donating to NORML?
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October 01, 2013, 11:50:11 PM
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Have you ever thought about donating to NORML?

While it is a great organization backing a great cause, fighting cancer seems to be a more universal cause. We want to encourage participation and donations so we chose something we can all fight against (Breast and Prostate Cancer)

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October 01, 2013, 11:53:51 PM
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Have you ever thought about donating to NORML?

While it is a great organization backing a great cause, fighting cancer seems to be a more universal cause. We want to encourage participation and donations so we chose something we can call fight against (Breast and Prostate Cancer)
Thanks for the quick reply <3

*EDIT* If I wanted to start a NORML fund through you all how would I start/can I start this?
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October 02, 2013, 12:00:03 AM
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Have you ever thought about donating to NORML?

While it is a great organization backing a great cause, fighting cancer seems to be a more universal cause. We want to encourage participation and donations so we chose something we can call fight against (Breast and Prostate Cancer)
Thanks for the quick reply <3

*EDIT* If I wanted to start a NORML fund through you all how would I start/can I start this?

Errm, unfortunately we are only running this promotion as a side thing and cannot convert BTC to USD for any donations to any organization other than the two current ones lol

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October 02, 2013, 01:07:10 PM
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$75 raised at the end of day one!

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Day 28 and we have raised $981.37 so far! Thank you to all Bitquick.co users for making this possible. If anybody would like to donate, we are still accepting donations via our donation wallet: https://blockchain.info/address/1PinkGMRRhPyMjjR4UFDCwgSEFEneByoyG

There are only 3 days left! It is up to YOU to help bitquick.co in their fight against breast and prostate cancer.

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November 06, 2013, 06:21:40 AM
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The promotion has completed and we raised $1133.64! We will be having a blog post soon with all the details wrapping the promotion up.

Thanks for everyone's help that contributed! It was a great success!


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November 06, 2013, 04:26:43 PM
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Sorry but I can not donate to this cause.

I know people in my own community who are deserving of charity. In my own small life I can make a bigger difference than donating to big pharma.

I have no idea if the recipients of this money have poor diets, lack of exercise, treat their bodies like dumpsters. etc.

It's not like people get cancer from eating carrots and broccoli.

Cancer is a lifestyle disease. So why would I donate money to someone who lives a shoddy lifestyle?

Furthermore "thinkpink" only donates to "approved" "cures", like chemotherapy which the AMA cartel has approved. Thinkpink wont donate a dime to alternative medicines or prevention.

Please educate yourself before donating money to a cause.  Donating makes us feel good,   especially when we conveniently ignore the truth behind "causes".

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*edit*   consider donating thru gofundme to this cause instead
http://www.activistpost.com/2013/11/grandfather-of-amish-girl-refusing.html#more
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November 06, 2013, 04:33:57 PM
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It's not like people get cancer from eating carrots and broccoli.

Cancer is a lifestyle disease. So why would I donate money to someone who lives a shoddy lifestyle?

This isn't true, while bad habits may increase the chance of getting cancer, they are not the only cause for it.


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*edit*   consider donating thru gofundme to this cause instead
http://www.activistpost.com/2013/11/grandfather-of-amish-girl-refusing.html#more
 Cancer related

You probably should read about Steve Jobbs death, he declined all medical treatment in order to use a wide range of alternate medice and it failed.
Not saying all of those are bad, but there is a lot of pseudy-science in there. (Lucky for them, believing does help a bit though, placebo effect is kinda strong)

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It's not like people get cancer from eating carrots and broccoli.

Cancer is a lifestyle disease. So why would I donate money to someone who lives a shoddy lifestyle?

This isn't true, while bad habits may increase the chance of getting cancer, they are not the only cause for it.


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*edit*   consider donating thru gofundme to this cause instead
http://www.activistpost.com/2013/11/grandfather-of-amish-girl-refusing.html#more
 Cancer related

You probably should read about Steve Jobbs death, he declined all medical treatment in order to use a wide range of alternate medice and it failed.
Not saying all of those are bad, but there is a lot of pseudy-science in there. (Lucky for them, believing does help a bit though, placebo effect is kinda strong)

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Whether cancer is predominantly a lifestyle disease, or a disease of old age, it is definitely a failure of your own body. Consider the fact that every living person has cancerous cells in their body that are kept in check by your immune system. How do you think cancer suddenly gets out of check? Magic?

"You probably should read about Steve Jobbs death, he declined all medical treatment in order to use a wide range of alternate medice and it failed."

You could make the same argument about numerous people who declined a wide range of alternate medicine in order to use "conventional" medical treatment and failed. You can't possibly know which treatments are most effective until you put particular proven treatments head to head in a study, ensuring that all treatments follow proper proven protocols.

Most people would be completely unwilling to make the changes in their life that would be required to cure them of cancer. The treatment, and preventative measures could be 100% verified and well known, and it would still not make any difference, because a lifestyle is a deeply engrained addiction. Few people can even change their lifestyle to loose a few pounds...

Consider, for instance, Dr. Terry Wahls who cured herself of MS. Most people would not be willing to give up all conventional food and go an a diet of 3 heaping plates full of raw vegetables daily, in addition to animal organ meats, and other nutrient dense foods. It doesn't matter how well proven it is, people will not do it. People will cling to their lifestyle to their last dying breath; which is well illustrated by those people still smoking with emphysema or lung cancer.... or those people with eating addictions.


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