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August 11, 2011, 03:43:29 AM
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This is very unfortunate, too, because it's creating a downward spiral. People who are legitimate are afraid to bring their ideas forward because they will be believed to be just another scammer. I've wanted to float the idea of a bitcoin bounty project (to arrange contributions for bounties on the most wanted bitcoin client improvements)

This is a great idea, please do it. I submit the best way to raise funds is to stream line the process and start a fund administered by you that people donate to, and then you use it to create bounties for bitcoin software projects.

This way people can arrange to make recurring contributions without having to concern themselves with the details like scouting for worthy projects.



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August 11, 2011, 04:04:38 AM
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This is very unfortunate, too, because it's creating a downward spiral. People who are legitimate are afraid to bring their ideas forward because they will be believed to be just another scammer. I've wanted to float the idea of a bitcoin bounty project (to arrange contributions for bounties on the most wanted bitcoin client improvements)

This is a great idea, please do it. I submit the best way to raise funds is to stream line the process and start a fund administered by you that people donate to, and then you use it to create bounties for bitcoin software projects.

This way people can arrange to make recurring contributions without having to concern themselves with the details like scouting for worthy projects.
I'll make a new post suggesting the outline of the project as I envision it and seeing if I can find other people interested in doing it too. I have a lot of big ideas, but I'm not sure I can commit the time needed to do this all by myself. I don't want to derail this thread.

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August 11, 2011, 02:47:49 PM
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I'll make a new post suggesting the outline of the project as I envision it and seeing if I can find other people interested in doing it too. I have a lot of big ideas, but I'm not sure I can commit the time needed to do this all by myself. I don't want to derail this thread.

You or someone else respected needs to commit to it, lest the whole idea fall prey to the "just another scammer" thing it's trying to defeat. Sad

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September 10, 2012, 05:34:51 PM
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I'll make a new post suggesting the outline of the project as I envision it and seeing if I can find other people interested in doing it too. I have a lot of big ideas, but I'm not sure I can commit the time needed to do this all by myself. I don't want to derail this thread.

You or someone else respected needs to commit to it, lest the whole idea fall prey to the "just another scammer" thing it's trying to defeat. Sad

Funny, enough, already at this time, he was dubbed a scammer..
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September 11, 2012, 02:49:54 AM
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I told him to take a break, since he's just hurting himself and the forum by constantly justifying himself to the trolls.
Yeah sometimes it's hard to step away when your intentions are only good...

lol... this is somehow even more funny than the day it was posted.

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September 11, 2012, 05:33:29 PM
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He probably gave up because of all the trolls/clowns hounding him for no reason.
Jokes that lack funnyness are NOT no reason, sir!
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