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December 10, 2012, 11:40:01 PM
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If your name is on this list and would like it linked to your site, please let me know: http://bitcoin100.org/about/partisans/

Feel free to change your link whenever or as many times as you wish (within reason).

Likewise, if you see a name on the list that is not linked but the person does operate a site, please let me know so that I can contact them and ask if they desire to be linked.

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December 10, 2012, 11:55:08 PM
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With the updates you gave me, we actually have 63.88189276 bitcoin available to donate now. This includes the 1BTC we just got about half an hour ago (no info on who it's from). In total that comes up to about $856 USD (we also have 8.048BTC sitting in the Ron Paul account, and I have NO idea what to do with that)

BTW, I'd like to point out that I am currently sitting on a pile of 525 BTC, or $7,061.25, including $2,265 USD worth from totally anonymous sources which would be extremely easy to take a chunk of without anyone noticing. Despite that, I've accounted for every Satoshi, and have not scammed anything at all. So, yay for a Bitcoin thing that's not mired in scams. I feel I deserve some OTC ratings for that  Grin

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December 11, 2012, 12:15:23 AM
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With the updates you gave me, we actually have 63.88189276 bitcoin available to donate now. This includes the 1BTC we just got about half an hour ago (no info on who it's from). In total that comes up to about $856 USD (we also have 8.048BTC sitting in the Ron Paul account, and I have NO idea what to do with that)

BTW, I'd like to point out that I am currently sitting on a pile of 525 BTC, or $7,061.25, including $2,265 USD worth from totally anonymous sources which would be extremely easy to take a chunk of without anyone noticing. Despite that, I've accounted for every Satoshi, and have not scammed anything at all. So, yay for a Bitcoin thing that's not mired in scams. I feel I deserve some OTC ratings for that  Grin


Akka may have donated a half hour ago, but I see no word from him on that. We'll see who fesses up. I'm surprised part of the slush fund hasn't gone to the purchase of a matching coffee table.  Grin That said, why don't we just treat it as an emergency fund, only dipping into it when in dire need, for instance if we are short in reaching the required BTC100 amount. Let's first give this drive another 48 hours starting now and see what we come up with. I'll update the other thread stating that we're short about BTC36 oppose to the ~BTC25 I've already stated.

If there is anyway that the OTC rating can be addressed, I hope somebody here is able to add a note to it. I've not partaken on that site, therefore don't know how to do it. You're probably not too concern about having said inclusion, but it sure would be a nice gesture for all the hard work you'll put into this endeavor without pay. Now, if we were a magazine concern, you and your better half...  Grin

I'm open to suggestions as to what to do with the Ron Paul funds. The first thing that comes to mind is to save it for some next charitable organization that's somehow close to what Ron Paul would contribute to. After this current drive, I'll start a thread opening it up for suggestions.

Thanks for everything, Rassah.

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December 11, 2012, 12:31:16 AM
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Rassah, it was Akka:

To late to get in? Because I didn't pledge anything.

Do I just donate to the address in you sig?

Edit: Donation sent

I've thanked him on the other thread.

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December 11, 2012, 01:15:03 AM
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Not sure if you guys are still updating the OP but I did donate another 5 BTC on December the 5th (sent a PM to Rassah with tx id).

Good to see more happening with this!

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December 11, 2012, 01:25:56 AM
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Not sure if you guys are still updating the OP but I did donate another 5 BTC on December the 5th (sent a PM to Rassah with tx id).

Good to see more happening with this!


I am going to address that now, CIYAM. I apologize for the oversight, but I'm prtty sure Rassah has the information correct on his ledger. Thank you so kindly for your BTC5 donation.

Meanwhile, hazek has moved the fund drive thread for Bund to Project Development: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=130102.0

I took the liberty to kindly ask him to move it back to Discussion via a PM, but will respect his decision regardless of his actions. I was goin' to do some more reading, but now I better make sure that the thread wasn't edited during the unexpected move.  Grin (humor at hazek's expense)

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EDIT: hazek has replied in kind to my PM to him and I fully accept his explanation.
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December 12, 2012, 05:00:05 AM
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I bumped the Bund thread in Project Development over an hour ago and the view count went up by four. I'm now bumping this thread to see if I can garner eight views during the same time frame with the hope that a single bitcoin will be donated to support this drive.

I guess it's time to get a little creative. The next 10 people who pledge (they don't have to donate a single coin at this time) their support to Bitcoin 100 in the next let's say 4 hours, I will donate BTC1 toward this drive in their name up to BTC10. To be clear, in the next 4 hours all one has to do is sincerely pledge (only) at least BTC1 to Bitcoin 100, and you can exercise the honoring of said pledge anytime in the future. Second thought, hell with the 4 hour limit. I'll extent it to when we send Bund their BTC100 that they're patiently awaiting.

With that, we still need ~BTC25 more bitcoins to reach our goal of BTC100 if 10 new people pledge their support within the next ~18 hours.

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December 12, 2012, 05:14:48 AM
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pledging 1Ƀ for the BUND Berlin. I would prefer to send it to an anonymous donation address at BUND over using BitPay as theser public anonymous tip jars make the amount public and the organization more transparent but just let me know where to send the coin.

Edit: At this hour the forum is dead. Don't be surprised to get no reply. USA and Europe are sleeping now.

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December 12, 2012, 09:04:47 AM
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pledging 1Ƀ for the BUND Berlin. I would prefer to send it to an anonymous donation address at BUND over using BitPay as theser public anonymous tip jars make the amount public and the organization more transparent but just let me know where to send the coin.

Edit: At this hour the forum is dead. Don't be surprised to get no reply. USA and Europe are sleeping now.

Thanks a lot, giszmo. I will be matching your donation. Nine more to go. Only need 9 people to pledge and they don't even have to donate anything.

I'm not exactly sure what your concern pertaining to what address you want to sent the bitcoin to, but the address in my sig is what's used for Bitcoin 100. I have another option for you, and that's to PM Rassah and he'll provide you an anonymous address to send it to, whereupon he'll keep the transaction uber-private. Perhaps that's what you desire. Whatever you are conformable with will work. I hope I've addressed your address concern.

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December 12, 2012, 02:17:02 PM
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pledging 1Ƀ for the BUND Berlin. I would prefer to send it to an anonymous donation address at BUND over using BitPay as theser public anonymous tip jars make the amount public and the organization more transparent but just let me know where to send the coin.

Edit: At this hour the forum is dead. Don't be surprised to get no reply. USA and Europe are sleeping now.

Thanks a lot, giszmo. I will be matching your donation. Nine more to go. Only need 9 people to pledge and they don't even have to donate anything.

I'm not exactly sure what your concern pertaining to what address you want to sent the bitcoin to, but the address in my sig is what's used for Bitcoin 100. I have another option for you, and that's to PM Rassah and he'll provide you an anonymous address to send it to, whereupon he'll keep the transaction uber-private. Perhaps that's what you desire. Whatever you are conformable with will work. I hope I've addressed your address concern.

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:/ my intent was to honor my pledge towards BUND myself but in a countable way and not via BitPay which hides the donations from the public. Anyway. Sending 1Ƀ to your address now.

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December 12, 2012, 04:45:26 PM
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Thanks for the effort you're making here!
I've donated to BUND Berlin directly and I'd be glad to join the pledge for the next projects Bitcoin100 is aquiring! I've just sent 1 BTC now for the next project.
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December 12, 2012, 04:49:22 PM
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:/ my intent was to honor my pledge towards BUND myself but in a countable way and not via BitPay which hides the donations from the public. Anyway. Sending 1Ƀ to your address now.

There is a public payment hash on the BUND site now (it was added earlier this week). It's still cleared via Bitpay but public for everyone who wants to do this public - see the top of http://www.bund-berlin.de/bund_berlinde/spenden/bitcoin-spenden/BTC_eng . It's probably the address Bitcoin100 should use to donate as well.
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December 12, 2012, 05:29:14 PM
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Great idea! Good work!

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December 13, 2012, 03:01:07 AM
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:/ my intent was to honor my pledge towards BUND myself but in a countable way and not via BitPay which hides the donations from the public. Anyway. Sending 1Ƀ to your address now.

There is a public payment hash on the BUND site now (it was added earlier this week). It's still cleared via Bitpay but public for everyone who wants to do this public - see the top of http://www.bund-berlin.de/bund_berlinde/spenden/bitcoin-spenden/BTC_eng . It's probably the address Bitcoin100 should use to donate as well.

Thank you, jsmithers, for your contribution and providing this post. Here's their address via BlockChain: http://blockchain.info/address/1BboU9QH4kcNeDqdr7xBUZ4GrFgfhNaVBd

I will be adding your name to the list in the OP of this thread as well on the official site.

Great idea! Good work!

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pledging 1Ƀ for the BUND Berlin. I would prefer to send it to an anonymous donation address at BUND over using BitPay as theser public anonymous tip jars make the amount public and the organization more transparent but just let me know where to send the coin.

Edit: At this hour the forum is dead. Don't be surprised to get no reply. USA and Europe are sleeping now.

Thanks a lot, giszmo. I will be matching your donation. Nine more to go. Only need 9 people to pledge and they don't even have to donate anything.

I'm not exactly sure what your concern pertaining to what address you want to sent the bitcoin to, but the address in my sig is what's used for Bitcoin 100. I have another option for you, and that's to PM Rassah and he'll provide you an anonymous address to send it to, whereupon he'll keep the transaction uber-private. Perhaps that's what you desire. Whatever you are conformable with will work. I hope I've addressed your address concern.

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:/ my intent was to honor my pledge towards BUND myself but in a countable way and not via BitPay which hides the donations from the public. Anyway. Sending 1Ƀ to your address now.

Thank you for the donation, giszmo, and my apologies for not fully understanding your desires. I'll assume if you still had an issue, you would have pressed it further until you received a satisfactory reply. I will updating the list(s) after I post this reply to reflect yours and Jsmithers donations.

That makes two bitcoins I'm committed to donating toward this cause. Ideally, I would love to see eight more people simply pledge their support toward Bitcoin 100 so that I can contribute the full ten bitcoins. Anybody?

~Bruno K~
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December 13, 2012, 03:12:54 AM
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Bitcoin 100 is committed to sending the full BTC100 to Bund regardless of who or how much is donated to them via their or BitPay's Bitcoin address.

I have updated the following page, giszmo and jsmithers: http://bitcoin100.org/about/partisans/

I'm going to conduct a quick fund drive via PM. If memory serves me well, a member is only allowed to send 10 Pm's. If that turns out to be the case, luckily I have a couple or so other accounts I can utilize. I'll only be sending PMs to a select few on the list in the OP of this thread.

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December 13, 2012, 04:29:30 AM
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5btc honored http://blockchain.info/tx/91d70ba1f5a0c7fda2de8db1b3f8beb1b85262a9cca74e5b64d75ab6fea27f6a

Also please link my name to http://cognitivemining.com/

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December 13, 2012, 04:51:17 AM
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I wish I had better words than 'thank you so kindly' in cases like this, but I don't, so thank you so kindly, Garr. I'm sure Rassah will split the five coins up accordingly, with one going toward Bund. After posting this reply, I will surely link your name on both list.

Anybody else on the pledge list want their name linked or change, simply let me know.

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December 13, 2012, 08:24:23 AM
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In the PM it might be a good idea to mention to sign up for the newsletter on the site if they haven't. It's probably much easier to use the newsletter for calling in donations?
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December 13, 2012, 11:59:13 PM
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Bruno: I donated towards the address in your sig. Transaction ID in my other post.

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Let me know when to send. We're only up to about 67 now

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