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April 26, 2011, 08:00:52 AM
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I've been reading all about bitcoins the last few nights and I am sold on the idea.

I'm proud to announce that http://www.memorydealers.com will now formally accept bit coins.

We are a decent size company with about 30 employees with expected sales revenue of close to $10M USD for 2011

If anyone needs any networking equipment,  I would be happy to help,  and I will accept payment in bit coins.
(Cisco, 3com, Foundry, Juniper, etc.  We specialize in transceivers such as GBIC, SFP+, X2, XFP etc)

If anyone has any experience implementing bitcoin into a normal website shopping cart,  please contact me.
I will have a bitcoin advertising banner on my website after our next website update.  (about 2 more weeks)

If you guys are happy with my efforts,  please feel free to send a few bitcoins my way.

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Please let me know if you have any other thoughts or ideas on how I can help bitcoin grow along with my own business.


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April 26, 2011, 08:09:28 AM
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I'm proud to announce that http://www.memorydealers.com will now formally accept bit coins.
I'm unable to find any mention of Bitcoins on your site, or in the list of supported values.

How may I place an order using BTCs?

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April 26, 2011, 08:20:39 AM
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The mention of bitcoins wont be live on the English site for about 2 more weeks.
I'll post on here as soon as it is live.

I think I can have it live on the Japanese site by tomorrow.  http://www.memorydealers.jp
I will post it on our twitter feed and facebook page now though.

If you want to buy anything,  email me a list or screen shot of the items you want at roger@memorydealers.com

I'm happy to accept bitcoins at whatever the going rate is on mtgox


Once I have a decent amount of bitcoins in my account, I will start asking my vendors to accept them as payment.
I think that will really help get things started!

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April 26, 2011, 09:03:37 AM
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Once I have a decent amount of bitcoins in my account, I will start asking my vendors to accept them as payment.
I think that will really help get things started!
That would be really great!

Thanks

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April 26, 2011, 09:23:38 AM
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The bitcoin logo and link is now live on www.memorydealers.jp

It will be live on the English site in about two weeks.

My friend also runs http://www.lewt.com/

I'm pretty sure he can be willing to accept bitcoin.
I will talk to him a bit more about putting it online.

If you guys have any more ideas on what I can do to help promote bitcoin,  please let me know!


Buy Networking gear with bitcoins at:  www.memorydealers.com

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April 26, 2011, 09:37:39 AM
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If anyone has any experience implementing bitcoin into a normal website shopping cart,  please contact me.
mndrix is the one you want. He has developed not only his own CoinPal/CoinCard, but also the website for jjgames.com and in particular their bitcoin payment option (reachable via promo code "Bitcoin"). You may also be interested in MyBitcoin's shopping cart integration toolkit.

Once I have a decent amount of bitcoins in my account, I will start asking my vendors to accept them as payment.
I think that will really help get things started!
Cool. Just a heads-up that convincing people to accept bitcoins is hard.

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April 26, 2011, 09:40:39 PM
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The bitcoin logo and link is now live on www.memorydealers.jp

It will be live on the English site in about two weeks.


When english site is live and I can see that it accepts bitcoin as payment, I will pay you pledge (10 BTC)
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April 26, 2011, 10:13:19 PM
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I'm working on getting http://projectzomboid.com/blog/ setup with bitcoin for their game! You can check out the conversation on twitter @gburgwardt and @lemmy101

Granted I didn't pique their interest, but I'm helping with integration and explanation I suppose? Anyone that wants to tip can either tip me or check out their game, it looks good!

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April 27, 2011, 01:31:05 PM
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Will you pay me if I write a module for zen cart / oscommerce to accept bit coins ? That's got to be worth something lol Cheesy
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April 27, 2011, 02:24:19 PM
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Will you pay me if I write a module for zen cart / oscommerce to accept bit coins ? That's got to be worth something lol Cheesy

Did you pay Satoshi for Bitcoin?
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April 27, 2011, 03:07:41 PM
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Mer point taken Cheesy but did Satoshi post asking for payment lol !!
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April 27, 2011, 05:15:49 PM
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I've asked the following to take btc
http://www.foregen.org/  (med research in foreskin regeneration)
Seti they've had budget problems, I suggested they make their own mining pool
And a few other places I'll have to think of and come back and post.  I did all this befor ever noticing this thread.

also I've come accross many fed reserve notes with bitcoin.org written on them;)

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April 27, 2011, 05:21:31 PM
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I've asked the following to take btc
http://www.foregen.org/  (med research in foreskin regeneration)
Seti they've had budget problems, I suggested they make their own mining pool
And a few other places I'll have to think of and come back and post.  I did all this befor ever noticing this thread.

also I've come accross many fed reserve notes with bitcoin.org written on them;)
Why would they want to make a mining pool?
Operating a mining pool is hard work done by people involved in Bitcoin with the technical know-how to sort out all the resulting headaches (just ask slush). It is not something a medical research company who have not heard of Bitcoin can do on a whim.

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April 28, 2011, 06:21:40 AM
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https://www.virwox.com/ is now accepting Bitcoin Smiley
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April 28, 2011, 07:26:24 AM
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I know owners of two companies:

http://www.vannehaku.fi <- Finnish car wheel trading site... They may accept bitcoins for extra visibility of announcements, PR = 4, shop or not?

http://www.hubcentric-rings.com <- International shop for car hub centric rings. PR = 0, but this is really working shop.
It's finnish version is http://www.soviterenkaat.fi

Pagerank is zero, because sites are so new.

Do you accept this? I mean, should I talk with them to accept bitcoin, or wait before hubcentric-rings.com gets PR 3 Wink
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April 28, 2011, 07:31:13 AM
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Fritalk.com now accepting bitcoins: http://fritalk.com/post/btc-offer

Even if I'm one of the person in charge, can I claim the bounty?

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April 28, 2011, 07:39:08 AM
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Fritalk.com now accepting bitcoins: http://fritalk.com/post/btc-offer

Even if I'm one of the person in charge, can I claim the bounty?

The pagerank is 4 so that's fine with me. Please post your Bitcoin address.
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April 28, 2011, 08:12:08 AM
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Yes, only PR4 but we are offering small hosting solutions since 2007/2008. It's more on the local scale, though.

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April 28, 2011, 08:29:51 AM
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Yes, only PR4 but we are offering small hosting solutions since 2007/2008. It's more on the local scale, though.
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Thanks. Unfortunately my personal pledge applies to shops with a page rank 3 or above.

That said, I sent you 5 BTC because I appreciate your effort. txid f715deb5fb689a0a9d069aa55876783ac451ef4e63e47c450fe936a4abd1c758

Mahkul, I would like to modify my pledge to 125 BTC (up from 100 BTC). The maximum remains 500 BTC (ie. I pledge for up to 4 shops instead of 5). And I would like it to only apply to shops shipping tangible physical goods (that's important).
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April 28, 2011, 08:47:40 AM
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Thanks. Unfortunately my personal pledge applies to shops with a page rank 3 or above.


Well, PR4 is above PR3, isn't it?

Anyway, I understand that you prefer shop selling tangible goods. It makes sense.

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