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October 29, 2013, 03:30:58 AM
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I'm making a simple bitcoin faucet like project. A user will fill out required forms or perform required tasks. It will either be a dropdown menu or a required field, and after each submission, the user will press, "Ok."

They'll have to input their address everytime, so we can make sure we only push through one transaction for the desired amount, and we can bypass having to have a whole log in session for the user.

So simply, a person does something, they press ok, required fields are verified, their address is logged, we call on the blockchain API to disperse funds, and it's done.

The other will be an e-mail API call. A user signs up and gets x amount of BTC, but the transaction is only sent when the email is verified. I have an email database set up now. I was thinking that the "subscription success" page could host the PHP file. One IP address can only enter an email address every ten minutes (to provoke email spam).

And that's it.

I'll pay you 5 BTC or 800 USD. Shouldn't be more than a couple hours worth of work for an experienced programmer.

If you do well, there is a LOT more for you to do with me, and I've got plenty of BTC.

Cheers,

Me
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October 29, 2013, 05:14:53 AM
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I'm making a simple bitcoin faucet like project. A user will fill out required forms or perform required tasks. It will either be a dropdown menu or a required field, and after each submission, the user will press, "Ok."

They'll have to input their address everytime, so we can make sure we only push through one transaction for the desired amount, and we can bypass having to have a whole log in session for the user.

So simply, a person does something, they press ok, required fields are verified, their address is logged, we call on the blockchain API to disperse funds, and it's done.

The other will be an e-mail API call. A user signs up and gets x amount of BTC, but the transaction is only sent when the email is verified. I have an email database set up now. I was thinking that the "subscription success" page could host the PHP file. One IP address can only enter an email address every ten minutes (to provoke email spam).

And that's it.

I'll pay you 5 BTC or 800 USD. Shouldn't be more than a couple hours worth of work for an experienced programmer.

If you do well, there is a LOT more for you to do with me, and I've got plenty of BTC.

Cheers,

Me

If you are willing to pay 5 btc for this, then I can do it for you. Please pm me with all of the info. BTW it will be done in php.

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October 30, 2013, 10:28:43 AM
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Hi btcconnect,

I can help you with that.

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October 30, 2013, 03:51:51 PM
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I'm making a simple bitcoin faucet like project. A user will fill out required forms or perform required tasks. It will either be a dropdown menu or a required field, and after each submission, the user will press, "Ok."

They'll have to input their address everytime, so we can make sure we only push through one transaction for the desired amount, and we can bypass having to have a whole log in session for the user.

So simply, a person does something, they press ok, required fields are verified, their address is logged, we call on the blockchain API to disperse funds, and it's done.

The other will be an e-mail API call. A user signs up and gets x amount of BTC, but the transaction is only sent when the email is verified. I have an email database set up now. I was thinking that the "subscription success" page could host the PHP file. One IP address can only enter an email address every ten minutes (to provoke email spam).

And that's it.

I'll pay you 5 BTC or 800 USD. Shouldn't be more than a couple hours worth of work for an experienced programmer.

If you do well, there is a LOT more for you to do with me, and I've got plenty of BTC.

Cheers,

Me

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