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December 10, 2013, 09:28:39 PM
Last edit: December 11, 2013, 05:25:52 AM by AmericanBit
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Hey now, so Im looking for a decent American website designer for my website. The nuts and bolts of the site are already up. I just need help listing the products for sale, checkout with bitcoin, and basic upkeep. Now, the thing is I dont just need it set up, I kind of need it monitored as well. Therefore, I would ideally like to make someone a partner, and give them a percentage of the profits. I would handle marketing, production, and creativity. I just need someone with enough time to help out with website upkeep. I am doing everything myself, and its becoming too much to keep track of. I started selling my products on ebay about a week ago, and Ive sold roughly $600 worth so far. With very little of the population knowing what a bitcoin is, thats not bad. The real money will roll in after people start showing the products to their friends, and the community involved starts catching on. The website looks something like this, http://www.bitcoinalliance.ca/  and I just need some fine tuning, design help and some SEO work (Im ok) to help people find it. I wanted to officially launch 1/1/14. If anyone is interested and wants to get in on a startup that is already making money, please PM me. The ideal candidate would already have a fairly decent stash of bitcoins and just wants to get involved for the sake of being involved, and wants to help get more Americans get involved. Im trying to not make this all about money. We make money by more people buying bitcoins, so Im trying to streamline that. This is highly geared toward Americans, from our products to our company name. However, some sales have been from Russians and Germans. People across the globe know the products, if they are familiar with American culture. The name of the company is actually American Bitcoin Inc. If any of this peeks your interest, please feel free to message me. Thanks


Update: Make that $657 in about a week, and thats in preorders.
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December 10, 2013, 11:42:02 PM
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I wish you the best of luck bud, this sounds like an ambitious and sound project.
My only reserve is would be connecting so heavily to the USA marketplace as they are the leading power against asset protection and anonymity.
I do wish you the best man, but I would not touch anything USA sale based with a ten foot pole.
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December 11, 2013, 12:48:36 AM
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Love the alliance, have been looking into it.

Was thinking of building a package for businesses to hand out.
Something with a basic intro to bitcoin, how it work's, how hard it is to accept payments etc. and some Sticker's for stores (Bitcoin accepted here).

Wish I could help but my webdesign is limited to HTML and some php Sad
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December 11, 2013, 01:14:04 AM
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I wish you the best of luck bud, this sounds like an ambitious and sound project.
My only reserve is would be connecting so heavily to the USA marketplace as they are the leading power against asset protection and anonymity.
I do wish you the best man, but I would not touch anything USA sale based with a ten foot pole.


Well this has nothing to do asset protection or anonymity. The main product I offer is just for the average bitcoin holder who may keep their bitcoins on a paper wallet. The goal is helping more Americans learn about cryptocurrencies, and sell some adspace to bitcoin companies. Thats it, the products sell themselves as they are useful.
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December 11, 2013, 01:17:52 AM
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Love the alliance, have been looking into it.

Was thinking of building a package for businesses to hand out.
Something with a basic intro to bitcoin, how it work's, how hard it is to accept payments etc. and some Sticker's for stores (Bitcoin accepted here).

Wish I could help but my webdesign is limited to HTML and some php Sad

Yeah, thats a great idea. Im mainly going after the people first, then the businesses will follow. So if you know HTML, that means you can integrate bitcoin payment plugins on websites?
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December 11, 2013, 02:52:35 AM
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Not without a hell of a lot of research, wouldnt know where to start. hiring someone to do my site Smiley

My business will accept BTC, Paypal, Cash, CC, AS well as intereact using quickBT.com to send me BTC when they pay interac :
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December 11, 2013, 03:08:49 AM
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I want to go ahead and nominate my dear friend, suukool, as applicant to the position of web designer surgeon general. Here is his ad from another post.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=365981.msg3907610#msg3907610

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