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Ryland R. Taylor-Almanza
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November 17, 2011, 05:25:45 AM
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I've been feeling like I need to do something to help the BTC community lately so I started thinking about a lot of projects I could start. Then I thought, rather than making something I think the community needs, why don't I make something the community thinks they need? So, I want you to tell me what kind of websites/programs you'd like to see developed. I specialize in live web applications, but I can program almost anything you can think of with a little time. I also specialize in not being anonymous. I can give out my address/phone number upon request, and my real name is Ryland Taylor-Almanza. This would be good for things like exchanges, because if I screwed up, you'd know how to find me. One thing I don't specialize in is being over seventeen years old. This would be bad for things like exchanges. Who wants a teenager dealing with their money? (I probably wouldn't want to develop an exchange anyways, as there are many already available.) So, start posting what you'd like to see!
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November 17, 2011, 06:40:05 AM
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look at http://www.thebitcoinreview.com/

their are lots of interesting sites listed, many of the ideas behind these sites a gr8 but the implementation is not so hot.

make a better implementation of one of these ideas?

like this idea http://www.thebitcoinreview.com/site.php?site_id=509

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November 17, 2011, 12:28:31 PM
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Digital file delivery service paid for by Bitcoin.

i.e. something like http://www.fetchapp.com/ but with bitcoins as the payment method.




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November 17, 2011, 12:40:13 PM
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A 3 level p2p retail distribution system. All transactions made in Bitcoin.

Level 1 - wholesale bulk purchase coordination

Level 2 - shipping and receiving

Level 3 - retail sales


What does this mean? You create a p2p to support all three levels.

Level 1: Everyone runs a program on their computer. It has an input for a wholesaler with prices. People click on products they are willing to invest in, with a desired return on their investment in time and percentage. Once enough people invest in an item and a bulk order is reached, the purchase is sent through and it goes on to Level 2.

Level 2: Someone with storage space pulls up a program and allocates amount of space along with length of time for storage and price for shipping and handling. Products from Level 1 are shipped to the person to hold until product needs to be shipped as part of Level 3.

Level 3: Pull up the program and see what is for sale. You add those items to your website taking into account percentage of return on investment for Level 1, cost of shipping and handling for Level 2 and whatever profit you want from the sale. You sell the item, send off payment to Level 1 investor and send off details and shipping and handling fees to Level 2.


At full success, this allows for lower prices and faster shipping as more distribution centers pop up all over the country.

See: cheaper than Walmart.

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November 17, 2011, 01:24:03 PM
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A Mechanical Turk with bitcoin pay outs. There was a project like it started before:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1zMJaUQg7vCHtwHo_a7g08Smj5AwGhj37V1KUv7hyEjg/edit?hl=en_US

https://docs.google.com/document/d/15m0bU76dSmNNbk0nK_vBZhFWUZR8SSfJad8CKAA4Hlo/edit?authkey=CKj8mosF&hl=en_US&authkey=CKj8mosF


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November 18, 2011, 03:28:14 AM
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A distributed computing platform that does computing for users and pays in bitcoins to the clients based on provided computing power. It can be based on the BOINC platform.

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http://betsofbitco.in/
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November 18, 2011, 03:53:25 AM
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I have some bitcoin non-gambling game site project interested ?
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November 18, 2011, 07:41:27 AM
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A Mechanical Turk with bitcoin pay outs. There was a project like it started before:

+1. This would help get bitcoins into the hands of more people, which can only be a Good Thing(tm).

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November 18, 2011, 08:41:40 AM
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One thing I don't specialize in is being over seventeen years old. This would be bad for things like exchanges. Who wants a teenager dealing with their money? (I probably wouldn't want to develop an exchange anyways, as there are many already available.)
Probably a prudent attitude, but you may be interested to know that the founder of bitcoinica, Zhoutong, was approximately 17 years old when founded it three months or so ago.  Never say never. Smiley
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November 18, 2011, 11:28:41 AM
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It's a secret.  Grin

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