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October 19, 2011, 12:34:12 AM
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We need a more intuitive interface as well as a youtube videos with clearer audio as the current ones are almost in-comprehensible there is an a sine wave in the back ground that's telling me to go into meditation mode I can't sign contracts when my mind is programmed to meditate when I hear loud oscillating constant noises.....

How about a step by step tutorial with screen shots and pictures that would be a great start. This way I don't have to back track on the video to find out what I did wrong on step. Litterly took me 4 hours to get the thing signed. I don't know if i did it correct yet, we'll find out in a couple of minutes
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October 19, 2011, 12:36:04 AM
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yeah, GLBSE is a real economy.

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October 19, 2011, 12:37:46 AM
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yeah, GLBSE is a real economy joke.

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October 19, 2011, 12:39:58 AM
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Someone want to verify I did this correctly before I waste more BTC trying to get a valid contract up... my end is telling me "No valid OpenPGP data" or somthing similar of that nature




-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
Hash: SHA1

<contract_text>
  <type>
    share
  </type>
  <issuer>
    <contact>
      <email>
        owner@cheaperinbitcoins.com
      </email>
      <public_key>
        -----BEGIN RSA PUBLIC KEY-----\nMIIBCgKCAQEAqYrEFZaYAHOPq3/NLqA6rpcybz5cDMmkcXMW7E7LtsDVOqWz8IOh\nVgdhYPMOffNDn764P5KhAMJhtXzdgR0MfrVJuV/kSjlJ7ZVR9DFLkQngc8fh5O+Y\n80M5xHoaflsfJ4vjPbSO3St1Fvy1XcilAJLin8VcCfOhzEsimaRpwmeJtcFy5wPP\n7usx2aWws+i++PAeIABHe2u2fN5OyOkMxmycCVk+2SAZQaEt7d/VsIvDSH8zIxM7\nFwraMr3yv8UxMKg/Rhj3QcT8B24b/3K7tGt0tSHDMxGUJ8iO+ct+DV+9e01eK25N\nPxdn4UxUcbu6YYWSuGFDui1sgpI7A8CGYwIDAQAB\n-----END RSA PUBLIC KEY-----\n
      </public_key>
    </contact>
    <officers />
    <name>
      <organisation>
        Shane B.
      </organisation>
    </name>
    <address>
      <website>
        http://cheaperinbitcoins.com
      </website>
      <offices />
    </address>
  </issuer>
  <terms>
    A total of 5,000 shares will be listed on GLBSE and 1,000 shares will be sold. Each share will be sold at a value of 1 BTC per share.

    The 1,000 shares represent 20% ownership and profits.

    You get paid you dividends when I get paid as simple as that.
  </terms>
  <bylaws />
</contract_text>
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Version: GnuPG v1.4.11 (GNU/Linux)

iQIcBAEBAgAGBQJOnhmmAAoJEFb0tVB+EHPoRGgQAJvX0Zi8FC0Jdgih6x1gJ3CD
WT/7yRdP3XS5E/u593YCw14MxU4Ce4UolmVCP3BIXsEmntgW2WDa8h5/c9UUoRRB
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ILHHO+23cHLB/yhBdsX+gMapdlkMQfEkf5PpD6KH9RYLDoKDoQtTlvJF1F2McN2Z
vWkTHt1FPChi3WmD+ZD5kHV0E7SGg841vBfKtegCtSAp1LFYRRSxumcHLFHsM2DK
VduawHSU8rU1Ugt3iX6p2c83zzY6oIMh0RTfCHRR50JT22CirZW1ee+Yw5/0BMbF
V9/4jnH4wO6lJRaDjq6h
=USdC
-----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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October 19, 2011, 01:17:34 AM
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I get the message "Not enough information to check signature validity.

Signed on 2011-10-19 10:28 with unknown certificate 0x56F4B5507E1073E8.
The signature is invalid. No public certificate to verify the signature"

Not sure whether this is just because my GPG doesn't know your public PGP key, but I also couldn't get it to import the key from the contract.

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