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November 29, 2011, 01:02:01 AM
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I want the 88th spot!!!!

1 BTC Per Charitable Organization, No Maximum!!

I forgot all about the 88th spot. Good catch, stick_theman! The OP list has been updated, reflecting your kind pledge.

Set me in for 3 BTC, one per org

Thank you, Transisto, for your 3 BTC pledge. The OP list now shows your contribution.

Only one more pledge is needed to represent the instruction card. Once that pledge is received, I can seal up this deck of cards. Who's it going to be?

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November 29, 2011, 05:15:24 PM
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We seem to be at a slight standstill until we receive more pledges. The studio volunteers are standing by to take you calls. Enjoy the music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVMXEnL8liM



As each member states on this thread that they want to be part of the Bitcoin100, I will add their name below.

The Bitcoin100:

#   Pseudonym (Name)   (Initial Pledge: expressed in at least (1) BTC total unless stated otherwise)

1. Phinnaeus Gage (Bruno) (100+)
2. Coinabul (2)
3. MemoryDealers (Roger Ver) (10 Per Charitable Organization ~ Initial Max at 1,000)
4. amincd (1)
5. CIYAM Pty. Ltd. (Ian Knowles) (5 Total ~ at least)
6. damnek (1)
7. BTCurious (30+)
8. Shuai (1)
9. Technomage (At Least 1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Currently Maxed at 100)
10. MaxSan (2)
11. Steve (1)
12. meanig (1)
13. Littleshop (5)
14. zhoutong (10 Per Charitable Organization ~ Initial Max at 500)
15. DeathAndTaxes (1)
16. Yankee (10 Per Charitable Organization ~ No Max on Initial Pledge)
17. dancupid (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Currently Maxed at 150)
18. Meni Rosenfeld (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ With a Min/Max Caveat)
19. evoorhees (1)
20. Bit-pay Merchant Solutions (2 Per Charitable Organization)
21. fizzisist (10+)
22. gigasvps (1)
23. ALPHA (1)
24. paraipan (1+)
25. Isosceles (1)
26. gsan (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Currently Maxed at 50)
27. Vince Torres (1)
28. chunglam (10+)
29. lamec (1+)
30. Jan (1)
31. hashman (50+)
32. BitcoinBug (1)
33. Clark (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Maxed at 25)
34. freequant (1 Per C.O. ~ Intinial Max at 100 /\/\ An additional 100 BTC pledge to the Red Cross & Unicef if/when they get on-board)
35. beckspace (1+)
36. amazingrando (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ For First 20)
37. bwagner (100)
38. k (1)
39. teukon (1 Per Charitable & Non-Charitable Organizations ~ Maxed at 100)
40. Peter Lambert (5+)
41. MrGaSp (1 ~ By Proxy via Me, Bruno)
42. tetra4c (1 ~ By Proxy via Me, Bruno) PENDING!
43. Cory (2)
44. jake262144 (2)
45. jjiimm_64 (jimbit) (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ For First 20)
46. coblee (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Maxed at 50)
47. Nicolai Larsen (1)
48. GoWest (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Maxed at 100)
49. CoinLab (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ For First 100, except those engaging in discriminatory practices or are politically controversial)
50. wareen (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Maxed at 100)
51. Transisto (3 ~ 1 Per Charitable Organization)
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69. Available Requires a 2 BTC Pledge unless reached naturally.

77. Available

88. stick_theman (1 BTC Per Charitable Organization ~ No Maximum!!!)

99. FreddyFender (Gretzky, but I somehow doubt it) (1 ~ Per Charitable Organization--adjustable to current market rates)
100. the joint (1 ~ but only if he were the 100th pledger)

101. Available

111. Available EDIT: Just added Bitbird (6) ~ [See OP]
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November 29, 2011, 05:51:22 PM
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Bitbird pledging 6 BTC, want to be listed at 111.

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November 29, 2011, 11:15:57 PM
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Bitbird pledging 6 BTC, want to be listed at 111.

Thank you, Bitbird. Six it is with the understanding, of course, it's 1 per charitable organization of your choosing. The OP list has been updated to reflect your kind contribution.

For Bitcoin100 to become fully implimented, we'll need a few more pledges. Next?

Bruno
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November 30, 2011, 02:12:00 AM
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Put me down for up to 5 (for now)

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November 30, 2011, 02:34:40 AM
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Great, Rassah. The OP list has been updated. I have a special request. Would you be interested in having control of the Bitcoin100 slush pool address on a temporary basis? It doesn't really matter who control the funds now, as long as it's someone we trust. In fact, I would even have Atlas control it, with my person guarantee that if something were to happen to it while in another's hand, I would personal cover all funds that were in. The max would only be about $300 USD in any given slush pool. At that amount, I would trust anybody with it. The only caveat would be is if a person were in control of it and they ran off with the funds, they would be permanently banned from this board.

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November 30, 2011, 02:41:15 AM
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Great, Rassah. The OP list has been updated. I have a special request. Would you be interested in having control of the Bitcoin100 slush pool address on a temporary basis? It doesn't really matter who control the funds now, as long as it's someone we trust. In fact, I would even have Atlas control it, with my person guarantee that if something were to happen to it while in another's hand, I would personal cover all funds that were in. The max would only be about $300 USD in any given slush pool. At that amount, I would trust anybody with it. The only caveat would be is if a person were in control of it and they ran off with the funds, they would be permanently banned from this board.

That said, you game?


Um, sure. Would put an extra burden on me to run more backups if I end up storing this locally, but I can manage.

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November 30, 2011, 02:50:49 AM
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Great, Rassah. The OP list has been updated. I have a special request. Would you be interested in having control of the Bitcoin100 slush pool address on a temporary basis? It doesn't really matter who control the funds now, as long as it's someone we trust. In fact, I would even have Atlas control it, with my person guarantee that if something were to happen to it while in another's hand, I would personal cover all funds that were in. The max would only be about $300 USD in any given slush pool. At that amount, I would trust anybody with it. The only caveat would be is if a person were in control of it and they ran off with the funds, they would be permanently banned from this board.

That said, you game?


Um, sure. Would put an extra burden on me to run more backups if I end up storing this locally, but I can manage.

Store it where ever. Just provide the address on this thread when you have it ready. I'm just about ready to start getting it funded. And no, this does not negate what I've posted several times about letting people know what they're contributing to prior to making their pledges good. I'll fully explain the premise when the time arrives.

Thank you, Rassah. Look forward to seeing that address here once you have it generated.

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November 30, 2011, 04:09:43 AM
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November 30, 2011, 04:15:13 AM
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November 30, 2011, 04:23:30 AM
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Put me in for 1000BTC for each organization, but hold me to 1 BTC per each one

EDIT: I would like to be #85

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November 30, 2011, 05:54:55 AM
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Put me in for 1000BTC for each organization, but hold me to 1 BTC per each one

EDIT: I would like to be #85

I was wondering how long it would be before you come around. Had me worried for a sec. Now that you've made it, I wish to thank you for your generosity. Now get a job before I call your local police department. Shit! That wouldn't work. That'll be like singing with the choir.  Wink

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Thank you kindly, Adam, for your pledge. The OP list has been updated reflecting your contribution.


42. tetra4c (1 ~ By Proxy via Me, Bruno) PENDING!


Confirmed - make it two! BooYaa Cheesy

Thank you, tetra4c. I put you down for one and matched it. Has something to do with that round shaped thing below my nose, expressed via my fingers, then posted on this board. If you don't know what the hell I'm talkin' about, good for me.

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November 30, 2011, 07:52:16 AM
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66. for bitcoinX.com with (6) coins until the vicissitudinous voices in my head say otherwise 

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November 30, 2011, 04:12:06 PM
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66. for bitcoinX.com with (6) coins until the vicissitudinous voices in my head say otherwise  

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Looks like I missed another opportunity to request a premium on a number. In China, six, pronounced as 'Liu', conveys indirectly its homophony's meaning--Do everything smoothly. Found that tidbit while searching for a word that means 'lover of the number 6' but it eluded me so I settled on C&P second best. Still quite interesting though.

Thank you, phelix, for your 66-6 pledge. The OP list has been updated reflecting your kind contribution. Take a look!

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November 30, 2011, 09:22:32 PM
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Store it where ever. Just provide the address on this thread when you have it ready. I'm just about ready to start getting it funded. And no, this does not negate what I've posted several times about letting people know what they're contributing to prior to making their pledges good. I'll fully explain the premise when the time arrives.

Thank you, Rassah. Look forward to seeing that address here once you have it generated.

Bruno

I'll get it set up tonight (I have class until 2am GMT). Since I am being put in charge of the money, I need to make sure I know which address donated what, so I can send the money back to that address if needed. It's not my money, and I refuse to keep it if it doesn't belong to me. I would also VERY much prefer to have another person have access to the funds in case I become "involuntarily unavailable." (i.e. car accident or whatever) Once I create a wallet, I can send a copy of it, along with a password, to whomever else you deem trustworthy, unless you have better ideas.

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November 30, 2011, 09:32:19 PM
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I'll get it set up tonight (I have class until 2am GMT). Since I am being put in charge of the money, I need to make sure I know which address donated what, so I can send the money back to that address if needed. It's not my money, and I refuse to keep it if it doesn't belong to me. I would also VERY much prefer to have another person have access to the funds in case I become "involuntarily unavailable." (i.e. car accident or whatever) Once I create a wallet, I can send a copy of it, along with a password, to whomever else you deem trustworthy, unless you have better ideas.
Isn't something like this easier with an e-wallet? Just share a strongcoin account or something. I believe they also do coin picking, but I'm not sure, I haven't tested the service. It should probably allow you to send back any money to the originating address, though.

Note: If you send money back to an originating address from an exchange or something, it may never arrive. So, maybe we should make a policy of only sending from personal wallets?

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November 30, 2011, 10:43:03 PM
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I'll get it set up tonight (I have class until 2am GMT). Since I am being put in charge of the money, I need to make sure I know which address donated what, so I can send the money back to that address if needed. It's not my money, and I refuse to keep it if it doesn't belong to me. I would also VERY much prefer to have another person have access to the funds in case I become "involuntarily unavailable." (i.e. car accident or whatever) Once I create a wallet, I can send a copy of it, along with a password, to whomever else you deem trustworthy, unless you have better ideas.
Isn't something like this easier with an e-wallet? Just share a strongcoin account or something. I believe they also do coin picking, but I'm not sure, I haven't tested the service. It should probably allow you to send back any money to the originating address, though.

Note: If you send money back to an originating address from an exchange or something, it may never arrive. So, maybe we should make a policy of only sending from personal wallets?

I'll look into strongcoin (Bruno should too). I don't know how reliable an online wallet is. I've always keps all my BTC on my own wallets, backed up to my NAS, cloud, and USB stick in a fire proof safe, with backups updated every other week.

Good point on the originating address. There's no way that I know of differentiating personal wallets from exchange ones. Maybe the policy could be that anonymouonors agree to have money returned to sending address, or they can speak up (even through a pseudonym) and say all money from this address should be returned to that one. From what I remember, exchanges asign you your own private address permanently.

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December 01, 2011, 02:50:13 AM
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Will be addressing the latest comments, shortly. Until then, the following is the most updated list of pledgers posted in the OP. Is your name on the list?

As each member states on this thread that they want to be part of the Bitcoin100, I will add their name below.

The Bitcoin100:

#   Pseudonym (Name)   (Initial Pledge: expressed in at least (1) BTC total unless stated otherwise)

1. Phinnaeus Gage (Bruno) (100+)
2. Coinabul (2)
3. MemoryDealers (Roger Ver) (10 Per Charitable Organization ~ Initial Max at 1,000)
4. amincd (1)
5. CIYAM Pty. Ltd. (Ian Knowles) (5 Total ~ at least)
6. damnek (1)
7. BTCurious (30+)
8. Shuai (1)
9. Technomage (At Least 1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Currently Maxed at 100)
10. MaxSan (2)
11. Steve (1)
12. meanig (1)
13. Littleshop (5)
14. zhoutong (10 Per Charitable Organization ~ Initial Max at 500)
15. DeathAndTaxes (1)
16. Yankee (10 Per Charitable Organization ~ No Max on Initial Pledge)
17. dancupid (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Currently Maxed at 150)
18. Meni Rosenfeld (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ With a Min/Max Caveat)
19. evoorhees (1)
20. Bit-pay Merchant Solutions (2 Per Charitable Organization)
21. fizzisist (10+)
22. gigasvps (1)
23. ALPHA (1)
24. paraipan (1+)
25. Isosceles (1)
26. gsan (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Currently Maxed at 50)
27. Vince Torres (1)
28. chunglam (10+)
29. lamec (1+)
30. Jan (1)
31. hashman (50+)
32. BitcoinBug (1)
33. Clark (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Maxed at 25)
34. freequant (1 Per C.O. ~ Intinial Max at 100 /\/\ An additional 100 BTC pledge to the Red Cross & Unicef if/when they get on-board)
35. beckspace (1+)
36. amazingrando (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ For First 20)
37. bwagner (100)
38. k (1)
39. teukon (1 Per Charitable & Non-Charitable Organizations ~ Maxed at 100)
40. Peter Lambert (5+)
41. MrGaSp (1 ~ By Proxy via Me, Bruno)
42. tetra4c (1) Really 2, for I'm matching his pledge because of comments I've made on this BBS.
43. Cory (2)
44. jake262144 (2)
45. jjiimm_64 (jimbit) (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ For First 20)
46. coblee (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Maxed at 50)
47. Nicolai Larsen (1)
48. GoWest (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Maxed at 100)
49. CoinLab (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ For First 100, with reservations of which all pledgers are entitled to exercise)
50. wareen (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ Maxed at 100)
51. Transisto (3 ~ 1 Per Charitable Organization)
52. Rassah (5 ~ For the Time Being)
53. TradeHill (Adam S) (10)
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66. phelix (6 ~ Subject to Vicissitude)

69. Available Requires a 2 BTC Pledge unless reached naturally.

77. Available

85. Matthew N. Wright (1 Per Charitable Organization ~ No Max at This Time)

88. stick_theman (1 BTC Per Charitable Organization ~ No Maximum!!!)

99. FreddyFender (Gretzky, but I somehow doubt it) (1 ~ Per Charitable Organization--adjustable to current market rates)
100. the joint (1 ~ but only if he were the 100th pledger)

101. Available

111. Bitbird (6)
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December 01, 2011, 03:49:54 AM
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Generating a 1BTC1oo address (can't use 0's). Can also do 1BitC1oo. 1Bitcoin100 will take a few years.
Let me know if you still want this in a private wallet or an online one.

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Generating a 1BTC1oo address (can't use 0's). Can also do 1BitC1oo. 1Bitcoin100 will take a few years.
Let me know if you still want this in a private wallet or an online one.

Honestly, it doesn't matter to me which one. What ever you feel is best for you and/or for the project as a whole. For this aspect, and at this point, there probably isn't a wrong choice. I'm sure that in the near future a/the better option will manifest itself. I think I forgot to say thank you for taking on the wallet address. I'll take it in trade--a thank you for five minutes with your coffee table.  Grin

Thank you, Rassah.

Bruno
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