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October 10, 2011, 09:31:41 PM
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I have a few questions for you. I want to add your interface for the single/paper wallet. Mostly the way you generate those rows in the table with the QR codes and whatnot. I was wondering if that is open-source or not, because I would like to use that for one of my products.

Thanks,
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October 13, 2011, 02:35:41 AM
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Hi,

These functions are open source:
Code:
Array.prototype.map Public Domain
window.Crypto BSD License
window.SecureRandom BSD License
window.EllipticCurve BSD License
window.BigInteger BSD License
window.QRCode MIT License
window.Bitcoin MIT License

This function is not open source:
Code:
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Also, the Css/Html/Logo is not open source.

All that being said, there's nothing particularly special with what I've coded on bitaddress.org

Could you tell me more about your project and I could consider giving you permission to use the code?

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October 18, 2011, 09:57:14 PM
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Hi,

These functions are open source:
Code:
Array.prototype.map Public Domain
window.Crypto BSD License
window.SecureRandom BSD License
window.EllipticCurve BSD License
window.BigInteger BSD License
window.QRCode MIT License
window.Bitcoin MIT License

This function is not open source:
Code:
window.ninja
Also, the Css/Html/Logo is not open source.

All that being said, there's nothing particularly special with what I've coded on bitaddress.org

Could you tell me more about your project and I could consider giving you permission to use the code?

Check out bitcoin debit, the new e-wallet. go to bitcoindebit.net, and order a card, it is about $1 to make and ship it. The e-wallet is killer, but is just missing a few things, like mass bitcoin address generator, and I wanted an interface where you could press a button and it would create a perfectly sized page with rows of addresses, and qr codes. I ran across your amazing site, and thought that that was exactly what I wanted, so instead of fooling with it myself, I thought I would use something that is already perfect and tested for my project.

Thanks,
macintosh264
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October 19, 2011, 12:27:37 PM
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macintosh264,

Looks like you are making plastic debit cards for use at POS locations. That's a big task, good luck with it. I cannot say I understand the purpose... why use debit card numbers instead of bitcoin addresses? Why use a specialized POS terminal instead of a mobile phone as a merchant? Have you seen Casascius POS terminal demo thread? Also, if merchants are accepting bitcoin they may not want to pay a 3% fee... saving the 3% is part of the advantage with bitcoin.

Looks like the e-wallet is not live yet as I could not find a link for it.

Anyways, looks like you are trying to provide useful services to the Bitcoin community, so I grant you permission to freely use any code you find on bitaddress.org on your bitcoin debit card project and related e-wallet.

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October 23, 2011, 03:56:19 PM
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macintosh264,

Looks like you are making plastic debit cards for use at POS locations. That's a big task, good luck with it. I cannot say I understand the purpose... why use debit card numbers instead of bitcoin addresses? Why use a specialized POS terminal instead of a mobile phone as a merchant? Have you seen Casascius POS terminal demo thread? Also, if merchants are accepting bitcoin they may not want to pay a 3% fee... saving the 3% is part of the advantage with bitcoin.

Looks like the e-wallet is not live yet as I could not find a link for it.

Anyways, looks like you are trying to provide useful services to the Bitcoin community, so I grant you permission to freely use any code you find on bitaddress.org on your bitcoin debit card project and related e-wallet.
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Looks like the e-wallet is not live yet as I could not find a link for it.
The cards themselves act as the e-wallet. When you go to manage your card, it will act as an e-wallet. I have been seriously thinking of scrapping the whole physical card thing, renaming the project megacoin, and using it as an online only e-wallet. There comes a time when your ideas die, and this is that time for me. Do I have permission to use the code on megacoin too if I do develop it?
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November 07, 2011, 02:36:15 AM
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I decided I'd open source the project, it's now available under the MIT License.

https://github.com/pointbiz/bitaddress.org

Good luck with megacoin.

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