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September 22, 2013, 03:26:52 PM
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Great! You'll back in the states just in time for CRYPTO-CURRENCY-CON 2013 in Atlanta. If so, I'll pay for your ticket. That goes the same of Jason King and edd. I'm making plans on attending.

Hats off to you, sir!

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September 23, 2013, 03:26:33 PM
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Just bought plain tickets, hotel, and car rental for that Altanta conference. Hope you'll be there Phinn, cause it's the ONLY reason I'm coming.

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September 23, 2013, 03:42:35 PM
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Just bought plain tickets, hotel, and car rental for that Altanta conference. Hope you'll be there Phinn, cause it's the ONLY reason I'm coming.

Just came back from the doctor and found out that I have a gallstone...  Grin

I'll be there, bud. I hope edd can make it so that I can pay for his ticket as well, Jason King being the other I've already sent.

Between the 3(4) of us, perhaps we can be as productive as you were in San Jose for Bitcoin 100.

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September 25, 2013, 06:45:07 AM
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What about donating to Ed Snowden? https://wikileaks.org/freesnowden

For starters, having a standalone website is probably a must.

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Does the link no longer work for you? It should be up at www.neuroethics.com.

The website works fine, keystroke. I/we just feel that more information from you is desirable since Rassah raised possibly a valid point, but I wasn't too sure. I, personally, have no problem with your org. We want to just make sure there's no conflict with our supporters.

Thank you kindly for providing your post a couple posts up from this one. If anybody has any questions, be feel free to ask keystroke. I'm sure he'll address any and all concerns.

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to check in again to see if it was possible to get a donation for Neuroethics (a registered 501(c)3). Is there anything I can answer to help with the decision?

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September 25, 2013, 09:34:52 PM
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What about donating to Ed Snowden? https://wikileaks.org/freesnowden

For starters, having a standalone website is probably a must.

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Does the link no longer work for you? It should be up at www.neuroethics.com.

The website works fine, keystroke. I/we just feel that more information from you is desirable since Rassah raised possibly a valid point, but I wasn't too sure. I, personally, have no problem with your org. We want to just make sure there's no conflict with our supporters.

Thank you kindly for providing your post a couple posts up from this one. If anybody has any questions, be feel free to ask keystroke. I'm sure he'll address any and all concerns.

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to check in again to see if it was possible to get a donation for Neuroethics (a registered 501(c)3). Is there anything I can answer to help with the decision?

It seems that David Pearce is well-versed in Bitcoin prior to starting his Neuroethics Foundation.

http://who.godaddy.com/whois.aspx?k=CLCEAIJgMKVRMhrzG89HERKJmk+H5Mi+wsvIi8tDlHm7YujGnGp2rqtKJivrNVE5XT14RWmPPoQ=&domain=virtual-currency.com&prog_id=GoDaddy

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Domain Name: VIRTUAL-CURRENCY.COM
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Registrant Country: United States
Admin Name: David Pearce
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Admin Street: 7 Lower Rock Gardens
Admin City: Brighton
Admin State/Province: Wyoming
Admin Postal Code: Sussex BN2 1PG
Admin Country: United States
Admin Phone: +44 1273 699055
Admin Fax:
Admin Email: dave@hedweb.com
Tech Name: David Pearce
Tech Organization:
Tech Street: 7 Lower Rock Gardens
Tech City: Brighton
Tech State/Province:
Tech Postal Code: 1PG BN2 1PG
Tech Country: United Kingdom
Tech Phone: +44 1273 675350
Tech Fax: +44 207 6919489
Tech Email: info@bltc.net
Name Server: NS1.BLTC.NET
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As far back as 2002, the domain redirected to knightsbridge.net as it does so to this day: http://web.archive.org/web/20020930105134/http://www.virtual-currency.com/

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September 26, 2013, 04:29:18 PM
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Just bought plain tickets, hotel, and car rental for that Altanta conference. Hope you'll be there Phinn, cause it's the ONLY reason I'm coming.

Just came back from the doctor and found out that I have a gallstone...  Grin

I'll be there, bud. I hope edd can make it so that I can pay for his ticket as well, Jason King being the other I've already sent.

Between the 3(4) of us, perhaps we can be as productive as you were in San Jose for Bitcoin 100.

I'd love to but I'll be working that weekend at my "day job".

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September 26, 2013, 04:30:39 PM
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Just bought plain tickets, hotel, and car rental for that Altanta conference. Hope you'll be there Phinn, cause it's the ONLY reason I'm coming.

Just came back from the doctor and found out that I have a gallstone...  Grin

I'll be there, bud. I hope edd can make it so that I can pay for his ticket as well, Jason King being the other I've already sent.

Between the 3(4) of us, perhaps we can be as productive as you were in San Jose for Bitcoin 100.

I'd love to but I'll be working that weekend at my "day job".

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September 27, 2013, 04:36:02 AM
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What about donating to Ed Snowden? https://wikileaks.org/freesnowden

For starters, having a standalone website is probably a must.

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Does the link no longer work for you? It should be up at www.neuroethics.com.

The website works fine, keystroke. I/we just feel that more information from you is desirable since Rassah raised possibly a valid point, but I wasn't too sure. I, personally, have no problem with your org. We want to just make sure there's no conflict with our supporters.

Thank you kindly for providing your post a couple posts up from this one. If anybody has any questions, be feel free to ask keystroke. I'm sure he'll address any and all concerns.

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to check in again to see if it was possible to get a donation for Neuroethics (a registered 501(c)3). Is there anything I can answer to help with the decision?

It seems that David Pearce is well-versed in Bitcoin prior to starting his Neuroethics Foundation.

http://who.godaddy.com/whois.aspx?k=CLCEAIJgMKVRMhrzG89HERKJmk+H5Mi+wsvIi8tDlHm7YujGnGp2rqtKJivrNVE5XT14RWmPPoQ=&domain=virtual-currency.com&prog_id=GoDaddy

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Domain Name: VIRTUAL-CURRENCY.COM
Registrar URL: http://www.godaddy.com
Updated Date: 2013-09-24 02:32:30
Creation Date: 2001-01-04 03:57:14
Registrar Expiration Date: 2015-01-04 03:57:14
Registrar: GoDaddy.com, LLC
Domain Status: clientDeleteProhibited
Domain Status: clientRenewProhibited
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited
Domain Status: clientUpdateProhibited
Registrant Name: David Pearce
Registrant Organization:
Registrant Street: 7 Lower Rock Gardens
Registrant City: Brighton
Registrant State/Province: Wyoming
Registrant Postal Code: Sussex BN2 1PG
Registrant Country: United States
Admin Name: David Pearce
Admin Organization:
Admin Street: 7 Lower Rock Gardens
Admin City: Brighton
Admin State/Province: Wyoming
Admin Postal Code: Sussex BN2 1PG
Admin Country: United States
Admin Phone: +44 1273 699055
Admin Fax:
Admin Email: dave@hedweb.com
Tech Name: David Pearce
Tech Organization:
Tech Street: 7 Lower Rock Gardens
Tech City: Brighton
Tech State/Province:
Tech Postal Code: 1PG BN2 1PG
Tech Country: United Kingdom
Tech Phone: +44 1273 675350
Tech Fax: +44 207 6919489
Tech Email: info@bltc.net
Name Server: NS1.BLTC.NET
Name Server: NS2.BLTC.NET

As far back as 2002, the domain redirected to knightsbridge.net as it does so to this day: http://web.archive.org/web/20020930105134/http://www.virtual-currency.com/

Good find! Smiley Full disclosure: I am the (volunteer) sysadmin for knightsbridge.net.

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September 27, 2013, 05:41:07 AM
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What about donating to Ed Snowden? https://wikileaks.org/freesnowden

For starters, having a standalone website is probably a must.

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Does the link no longer work for you? It should be up at www.neuroethics.com.

The website works fine, keystroke. I/we just feel that more information from you is desirable since Rassah raised possibly a valid point, but I wasn't too sure. I, personally, have no problem with your org. We want to just make sure there's no conflict with our supporters.

Thank you kindly for providing your post a couple posts up from this one. If anybody has any questions, be feel free to ask keystroke. I'm sure he'll address any and all concerns.

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to check in again to see if it was possible to get a donation for Neuroethics (a registered 501(c)3). Is there anything I can answer to help with the decision?

It seems that David Pearce is well-versed in Bitcoin prior to starting his Neuroethics Foundation.

http://who.godaddy.com/whois.aspx?k=CLCEAIJgMKVRMhrzG89HERKJmk+H5Mi+wsvIi8tDlHm7YujGnGp2rqtKJivrNVE5XT14RWmPPoQ=&domain=virtual-currency.com&prog_id=GoDaddy

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Domain Name: VIRTUAL-CURRENCY.COM
Registrar URL: http://www.godaddy.com
Updated Date: 2013-09-24 02:32:30
Creation Date: 2001-01-04 03:57:14
Registrar Expiration Date: 2015-01-04 03:57:14
Registrar: GoDaddy.com, LLC
Domain Status: clientDeleteProhibited
Domain Status: clientRenewProhibited
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited
Domain Status: clientUpdateProhibited
Registrant Name: David Pearce
Registrant Organization:
Registrant Street: 7 Lower Rock Gardens
Registrant City: Brighton
Registrant State/Province: Wyoming
Registrant Postal Code: Sussex BN2 1PG
Registrant Country: United States
Admin Name: David Pearce
Admin Organization:
Admin Street: 7 Lower Rock Gardens
Admin City: Brighton
Admin State/Province: Wyoming
Admin Postal Code: Sussex BN2 1PG
Admin Country: United States
Admin Phone: +44 1273 699055
Admin Fax:
Admin Email: dave@hedweb.com
Tech Name: David Pearce
Tech Organization:
Tech Street: 7 Lower Rock Gardens
Tech City: Brighton
Tech State/Province:
Tech Postal Code: 1PG BN2 1PG
Tech Country: United Kingdom
Tech Phone: +44 1273 675350
Tech Fax: +44 207 6919489
Tech Email: info@bltc.net
Name Server: NS1.BLTC.NET
Name Server: NS2.BLTC.NET

As far back as 2002, the domain redirected to knightsbridge.net as it does so to this day: http://web.archive.org/web/20020930105134/http://www.virtual-currency.com/

Good find! Smiley Full disclosure: I am the (volunteer) sysadmin for knightsbridge.net.

No problem, JE, for I already put 2&2 together, but wanted to present the bad news are delicately as possible.

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September 28, 2013, 04:57:28 AM
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No problem, JE, for I already put 2&2 together, but wanted to present the bad news are delicately as possible.

Thanks! Why is it bad news though? Sorry, I am confused. KO has ~2000 domains. (http://www.hedweb.com/websites/domains.htm) Back in 2001 I thought virtual currencies would be related to Chaumian blinding/digital bearer certificates rather than a P2P consensus mechanism. Is there something wrong with owning that domain?

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September 28, 2013, 05:08:48 AM
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No problem, JE, for I already put 2&2 together, but wanted to present the bad news are delicately as possible.

Thanks! Why is it bad news though? Sorry, I am confused. KO has ~2000 domains. (http://www.hedweb.com/websites/domains.htm) Back in 2001 I thought virtual currencies would be related to Chaumian blinding/digital bearer certificates rather than a P2P consensus mechanism. Is there something wrong with owning that domain?

Not at all. What I meant was is that David was probably already versed in Bitcoin, and if that's the case then Bitcoin 100 was not designed for him or any of his enterprises, hence apologizing.

The other example I left off, but now using since you inquired is http://lifeboat.com/ex/bios.david.pearce

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Not at all. What I meant was is that David was probably already versed in Bitcoin, and if that's the case then Bitcoin 100 was not designed for him or any of his enterprises, hence apologizing.
Ahhh, yes now I understand. Thanks for the explanation. I am working on Neuroethics too and I certainly fully support Bitcoin! Smiley I thought the idea of Bitcoin 100 was to show that Bitcoin is used to support charities. But I guess some of that relates to convincing individual charities as to the utility of bitcoin? So Bitcoin 100 is not for charities which would already accept bitcoin - its core goal is to increase the number of charities which accept bitcoin through direct donations.  I can certainly understand and support that.

On a related note I'm trying to get MAPS to accept bitcoin as I have donated in the past but I'd rather give in bitcoin now. It's surprisingly difficult. I wonder if it would help to create a non-profit's guide to accepting bitcoins? Is there one out there?

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I think it would be great if Mother Jones were to accept Bitcoin donations. Does anybody have any connections?

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I think it would be great if Mother Jones were to accept Bitcoin donations. Does anybody have any connections?

I think it would be great if you shared a link rather than a gif Wink
(Ok, granted, the gif had the correct base url already):
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I think it would be great if Mother Jones were to accept Bitcoin donations. Does anybody have any connections?

I think it would be great if you shared a link rather than a gif Wink
(Ok, granted, the gif had the correct base url already):
http://www.motherjones.com/

My bad! I recall that at the time I was debating with myself if I should include a link, link the image, or both. Somehow during the de-bating process, I must have gotten overly excited with the options, whereupon it slipped my mind.

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The NGO i was helping with last month mentioned that the people from Pampas Grande do hand made Alpaca socks.  Would anyone be interested? Or is this subject for a new topic?
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The NGO i was helping with last month mentioned that the people from Pampas Grande do hand made Alpaca socks.  Would anyone be interested? Or is this subject for a new topic?


Probably another thread, Vicente. BTW, you'll never guess which horsehead I spoke to via Skype via Rassah's phone in Atlanta last week.

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Mr. Horsehead :O !
Although, I am pretty sure there is a picture somewhere of me also wearing one.
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Received this in my pm:

Hey Rassa,

I came across Bitcoin100 just the other day, and it's perfectly aligned with something I'm looking to do.

I run Coin Forest. We're like groupon, for bitcoiners only, and our mission is to grow the bitcoin economy.

I was talking to Adam from Let's Talk Bitcoin, about using our group buying platform as a crowd funding platform, to help prepay for something like conference recordings. Group buying and crowd funding are pretty similar to begin with in terms of their dynamics. That gave me an even better idea.

My proposal: find a prominent, forward thinking, internet savvy charity, and ask them to agree to accept bitcoin if we can raise a certain amount. Perhaps $10k.  All the money goes to them regardless, but if we miss the goal, we agree to convert it into cash and write a cheque.

Someone like Kiva, or DonorsChoose.org would be PERFECT. It's a win for them in terms of publicity anyways.

Here's what I'm asking for:

1) If you have spoken with either of these charities, or another that fits the bill that you think might be interested, I'd love to know.
2) I'm happy to do most of the work, but I would really like to get testimonials from influential bitcoin figures to support this effort. If you're willing to help, that's a great start.

If you don't think this is the worst idea ever, message me back.

Cheers!
John Nildram


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Received this in my pm:

Hey Rassa,

I came across Bitcoin100 just the other day, and it's perfectly aligned with something I'm looking to do.

I run Coin Forest. We're like groupon, for bitcoiners only, and our mission is to grow the bitcoin economy.

I was talking to Adam from Let's Talk Bitcoin, about using our group buying platform as a crowd funding platform, to help prepay for something like conference recordings. Group buying and crowd funding are pretty similar to begin with in terms of their dynamics. That gave me an even better idea.

My proposal: find a prominent, forward thinking, internet savvy charity, and ask them to agree to accept bitcoin if we can raise a certain amount. Perhaps $10k.  All the money goes to them regardless, but if we miss the goal, we agree to convert it into cash and write a cheque.

Someone like Kiva, or DonorsChoose.org would be PERFECT. It's a win for them in terms of publicity anyways.

Here's what I'm asking for:

1) If you have spoken with either of these charities, or another that fits the bill that you think might be interested, I'd love to know.
2) I'm happy to do most of the work, but I would really like to get testimonials from influential bitcoin figures to support this effort. If you're willing to help, that's a great start.

If you don't think this is the worst idea ever, message me back.

Cheers!
John Nildram


Not sure if I'm an influential Bitcoin figure or not, but I'm McLovin' it. I believe I, among others, have suggested something similar in the past, but that's neither here nor there, especially since you're willing to do some/most of the leg work. But don't worry, you'll (John Nildram) have support.

To make sure we're on the same page, I'll offer up an example to help visualize how such would/could play out.

Wikipedia (a second example below) is approached with this endeavor, for a blessing on their part is in order prior to proceeding. Considering their unique case, a half million dollar Bitcoin endowment is at stake, and if raised within X days, Wikipedia embeds a Bitcoin donation option on their site if the goal is reached. If not, then all monies collected is sent to them via their current acceptable means with no strings attached. But, if the goal is reached, they must keep the Bitcoin donation option on their website for one year, of which time another drive is automatically restarted unless they end the agreement.

As an added bonus, no fees will be collected for the first effort with this endeavor, but a 1% (no more) will be deducted for all other subsequent drives by the same entity.

Don't worry too much about the above if you're freaking out how so much potential effort can be afforded during the first year, for I've got something up my sleeve of which will be discussed later if this endeavor takes on legs.

Assuming Wikipedia accepts the challenge offered up by the person (more on the person submitted the drives later), then that person must fund the initial donation of which is no less than $100 USD, a seed amount that is indicative of ANY drive, whether large or small.

Fortunately, we already have a person in place for this example--Meni Rosenfeld: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=270255.0 And, there's already a wallet in use where ~$1,000 currently resides: http://blockchain.info/address/19HHHDya8PNqdVpiCdZYuwKyuWFoU1TC9A

Therefore, if Mani approached Wikipedia with this KIVA(?) idea and they accepted the $.5M(?) challenge, then it'll be up to Mani to use everything at his disposal to make sure the goal is reached. If it is, then Mani gets a feather in his hat (so to speak, but maybe literally), whereupon others may approach HIM to kickstart their drive. (thinkin' off the cuff here, not putting too much effort in on how this could pan out, but something to consider)

Another Example:

The National Alopecia Areata Foundation (NAAF), is a 501(c) organization (Federal Tax ID is 94-2780249). Headquartered in San Rafael, CA, NAAF supports research to find a cure or acceptable treatment for alopecia areata, supports those with the disease, and educates the public about alopecia areata. NAAF is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and a prestigious Scientific Advisory Council. Founded in 1981, NAAF is widely regarded as the largest, most influential and most representative foundation associated with alopecia areata.

Basically, the same approach as with the Wikipedia example, but with a probably much less goal of say $20,000 USD in X days. Again, one person takes the incentive to approach NAAF with the proposal, and only after their blessing is given does the campaign begin.

On this KIVA(?) type site we're envisioning, a person, after registering with his real name, states on the site (a special page would be set up) that he's going to approach NPO X, and has 2 weeks to come back to the site, sharing a yea or nay.

Of course, nothing would stop any NPO to approach this endeavor on their own, and if they did, the fee would be 1/2(.5)% for the first and every drive.

That's enough brainstormin' for now. Hopefully enough to get other's creative juices a flowin'.

Thanks, John, for offering up the idea.

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