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September 07, 2011, 05:40:34 AM
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Talk about a great business to start, I wish I had the capital and the skills to do it, but a Bitcoin auction site would be wonderful. It would help on so many levels, including helping to stabilize the value of a bitcoin. Is anything like this in the works?

What do you think about bitcoin as a barter currency (of course not limited to only that)?
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September 07, 2011, 05:46:28 AM
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It's not auction format, but there is http://bitcoinharbor.com/

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September 07, 2011, 05:48:31 AM
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https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Trade#Auction_sites
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September 07, 2011, 06:17:45 AM
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Already doing it.
http://www.bidbitcoins.com

You are welcome to join for free, post products and services for sale. Currently, all starting and closing fees are being waived.

http://bidbitcoins.com - Auctions where you can Bid & Sell in Bitcoin
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Thanks for the reply, not much there yet, bidbitcoins looks promising. Bitcoin supporters should be actively using and/or developing [a massive] auction site, I know I'm going to start buying things with bitcoins to do my part.

The downside might be we will lose the "anonymous" aspect if we start shipping things to one another, but with general goods (typical ebay stuff) shouldn't be a big issue. 
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Thanks for the reply, not much there yet, bidbitcoins looks promising. Bitcoin supporters should be actively using and/or developing [a massive] auction site, I know I'm going to start buying things with bitcoins to do my part.

The downside might be we will lose the "anonymous" aspect if we start shipping things to one another, but with general goods (typical ebay stuff) shouldn't be a big issue. 

I have not been promoting it very much, because I don't want to troll about, but I will re-post here what I posted in my original thread.

*No Chargebacks unless agreed to by both parties.
*Anonymity from banks in all transactions.
*No banking fees for money transfers to sellers from buyers.
*Every auction or item placed for sale and sold through Bid Bitcoins supports the whole bitcoin community and helps further bitcoins acceptance into the marketplace.
*Much less fraud potential for both parties. Credit cards lend themselves to fraud by their very nature, as card numbers can easily be stolen and used to make purchases, than mailed to themselves at unwitting victims addresses.
*Users/Members accounts with money cannot be frozen due to “suspected” fraud.
*No user credit card data is stored onsite. Anyone who hacks the site will not have  access to accounts of any kind and therefore cannot cause financial damage directly to any user by theft.

What kind of features does Bid Bitcoins have?  Here is the full list:
* Currency of all goods and services denominated in Bitcoin
* All Merchants will be required to accept Bitcoin, although other arrangements can be made offsite.
* All forms of auction including Dutch Buy it Outright, Reserve Price, Reverse Auctions, Wanted Ads.
* 1 Day, 3 Days, 7 Day Days, 14 Days, and 30 Day auction choices.
* Make  Offer  Options.
* First Bidder Auctions
* Select Starting Price
*  Define Offer Acceptance range
* Swap Offers Option
* Upload up to 3 Free images and 6 images total.
* Auto Relist
* Batch Uploads
* Personal Store Options. Basic Store 100% Free
* Block Users
* Postage Calculation Setup
* Reputation / Comments / Feedback
* Preferred Seller Features
* User Enabled Skin Changes
* Combined Purchase Invoices
* Ask Seller a Question / Member Messaging


http://bidbitcoins.com - Auctions where you can Bid & Sell in Bitcoin
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