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September 06, 2011, 05:34:06 AM
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I'm seeking a 50 Bitcoin Loan for Site Improvements & Additions to Bitcoinduit (http://bitcoinduit.com)

I'd like to add Poker to the site, and to pay for some graphics design from the community as well. I'd have no need to seek a loan, but I have donated and given away to players all of the Bitcoin profits from the past 4 weeks, and while I maintain a current reserve balance higher than the requested loan amount, to ensure that the current game is always able to make rapid payouts, I have to leave that balance as-is. It's come in handy to have liberal reserves on the multiple occasions of server failure, and unhappy players.

I'm open to most terms, and if you'd like to participate as a co-owner on a straight investment, that is ok, but I'd prefer that any partners have IT, marketing or other relevant skills. Bitcoin alone does not make a game popular.

I doubt the IBB wants to give me a loan, even though I can definitely repay, because this is a request to add to an existing betting site, with another betting application. Are you allowed to gamble in Islam?

Anyone else interested, get in touch. I have in house IT and development is already underway on the user, deposit and withdrawal pieces to interface with the Poker software API. Est. ~12 hours away from completion.

Like I said, offer some terms. Let's negotiate.

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Jonathan Owens

  

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September 06, 2011, 05:46:09 AM
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Join the GLBSE, make an IPO, share your profits with your shareholders.  You could probably raise that coinage in a couple days, there are no casino type things on there.  My company on there mines, but I also invest btc's in new startups.
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September 06, 2011, 05:50:35 AM
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Join the GLBSE, make an IPO, share your profits with your shareholders.  You could probably raise that coinage in a couple days, there are no casino type things on there.  My company on there mines, but I also invest btc's in new startups.

I already tried, and made a total of 3, 3 and 5 bitcoin deposits in different instances of the asset creator screen (after generating public/private keys) and the Bitcoins never showed up. Further, it never accepted my contract as valid even though I checked and double checked the xml. Unfortunately when I contacted nefario he seemed unable to help me. He needs the addresses I deposited to, which I didn't keep - I figured that he'd be able to pull it up on his end for "bitcoinduit" of which there should be three 'passworded' asset creator instances. I have over 7000+ transactions on my wallet, and unless he can grep through all of them and match up with transactions on his side, I believe it's a lost cause.

So I'd be happy to go that route - GLBSE - but I already tried for a maddening 3 hours, and failed. Perhaps someone wants to take my contract terms and walk me through it?

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September 06, 2011, 05:53:06 AM
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What timeframe is the loan for? I love your site and play daily.. Only have 27 BTC as of right now, willing to loan 20 for a couple days.

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September 06, 2011, 06:33:46 AM
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What timeframe is the loan for? I love your site and play daily.. Only have 27 BTC as of right now, willing to loan 20 for a couple days.

At least 2 weeks. I appreciate the offer though!

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September 06, 2011, 12:12:24 PM
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If you would like help getting set up with GLBSE, I'm happy to help out with drafting and signing your contract and getting the assets set up. I think this is a significant barrier to entry for GLBSE and am happy to act as a "broker" to help it take off. PM me if you are interested.

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