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January 30, 2012, 06:32:05 PM
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Love the new website, great work! It looks like spot #98 is still open... Can I make another pledge? This time on behalf of fpgamining.com. 10+ still applies. Thanks!

Actually, I just counted--- there are 104 donators (and 86 is taken twice -_-;; )

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January 30, 2012, 07:15:12 PM
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Sorry, but does this remind anyone else of goatse?
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January 30, 2012, 07:17:39 PM
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Sorry, but does this remind anyone else of goatse?
Was my first impression too… I like the idea though, but maybe we need some 3d bitcoin pie to get rid of the goatse association.

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January 30, 2012, 08:25:32 PM
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This is going off track...

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February 01, 2012, 12:55:08 PM
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I got a reply back from the "International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL)" . as mentioned in the bitcoin minefield thread.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28009.msg720076#msg720076

Dear Chris,

We thank you very much for being willing to make a donation to ICBL-CMC.

Could you please, kindly let me know what you mean by "bitcoin" as we do not
have this system in place yet but are ready to consider it.

Looking forward to hearing from you.
With our best regards,
ICBL-CMC team

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February 01, 2012, 01:02:40 PM
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I got a reply back from the "International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL)" . as mentioned in the bitcoin minefield thread.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28009.msg720076#msg720076

Dear Chris,

We thank you very much for being willing to make a donation to ICBL-CMC.

Could you please, kindly let me know what you mean by "bitcoin" as we do not
have this system in place yet but are ready to consider it.

Looking forward to hearing from you.
With our best regards,
ICBL-CMC team

Tell Tony of BitPay to talk to them about setting it up.

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February 01, 2012, 11:48:53 PM
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Love the new website, great work! It looks like spot #98 is still open... Can I make another pledge? This time on behalf of fpgamining.com. 10+ still applies. Thanks!

Actually, I just counted--- there are 104 donators (and 86 is taken twice -_-;; )

Heh, you're right. But, looking closer, 97 isn't actually taken yet either. I was just trying to fill in the actual 100 (not these fancy people with >100 spots...).

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February 02, 2012, 04:42:28 AM
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Love the new website, great work! It looks like spot #98 is still open... Can I make another pledge? This time on behalf of fpgamining.com. 10+ still applies. Thanks!

Actually, I just counted--- there are 104 donators (and 86 is taken twice -_-;; )

Heh, you're right. But, looking closer, 97 isn't actually taken yet either. I was just trying to fill in the actual 100 (not these fancy people with >100 spots...).

Allow me to fix this tomorrow, for I'm down for the count now. Thank you kindly for bringing this to my attention.

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February 02, 2012, 12:16:31 PM
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Love the new website, great work! It looks like spot #98 is still open... Can I make another pledge? This time on behalf of fpgamining.com. 10+ still applies. Thanks!

Actually, I just counted--- there are 104 donators (and 86 is taken twice -_-;; )

Heh, you're right. But, looking closer, 97 isn't actually taken yet either. I was just trying to fill in the actual 100 (not these fancy people with >100 spots...).

Thank you, fizzisist, for adding fpgmining.com as the latest support of Bitcoin 100. The list has been updated as well as on this page: http://bitcoin100.org/about/partisans/

You're at the 98th spot on the list in the OP of this thread, whereas the list on the official website is not number, but placed accordingly with the proper link.

Anybody else on either list that would like to have their name linked to a website, simply let me know.

I've also corrected that 86 spot error, of which I'm pretty sure the mods are messin' with me, for I never make mistakes.  Grin

I don't have time to monitor this thread in detail,  but getting more charities on board with bitcoin is very important.
I just sent in another 90 BTC.  (So far 100 BTC contributed)

Please keep up the great work!

I've also update the OP to reflex Roger's kind donation. Thank you again, Roger Ver (with MemoryDealers). As I've mentioned before, Rassah will have this updated on his spreadsheet as well.

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February 02, 2012, 12:40:22 PM
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I got a reply back from the "International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL)" . as mentioned in the bitcoin minefield thread.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=28009.msg720076#msg720076

Dear Chris,

We thank you very much for being willing to make a donation to ICBL-CMC.

Could you please, kindly let me know what you mean by "bitcoin" as we do not
have this system in place yet but are ready to consider it.

Looking forward to hearing from you.
With our best regards,
ICBL-CMC team

Tell Tony of BitPay to talk to them about setting it up.

Thank you Matthew for taking care of this issue and providing proper guidance. Having Tony speak with a representative at ICBL-CMC, firsthand, would assure that nothing gets lost in translation.




Sorry, but does this remind anyone else of goatse?
Was my first impression too… I like the idea though, but maybe we need some 3d bitcoin pie to get rid of the goatse association.

Sorry for taking so long in replying to this post, but since I didn't know what goatse was, I had to Google it, then look at all the pictures. I don't think I missed any. I guess I have to agree about the sentiment expressed. We should of know that there was a problem with this design since it was Matthew that first suggested it.

That said, we're now on a new quest to have the official Bitcoin 100 logo design. The pay is zero, nothing, nil, etc. Who's on it?

~Bruno~
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February 02, 2012, 12:54:50 PM
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I'm not sure exactly how I missed a Bruno post, but count me in.

0.2 per charity, for first 100 charities. Last of the big spenders, me.

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February 02, 2012, 02:00:35 PM
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With the launch of Satoshi Superstars (forum thread here), I'll honor my original pledge of one BTC per for-profit site and send an additional bitcoin. Please place a link in the appropriate pledge slot.

Edit: Sent one bitcoin with one satoshi - http://blockexplorer.com/tx/040eef30f070934cbe86a58c8329446385294ca7ee27b61b97507bd8e3bfba29

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February 02, 2012, 03:41:59 PM
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I'm not sure exactly how I missed a Bruno post, but count me in.

0.2 per charity, for first 100 charities. Last of the big spenders, me.

Thank you, organofcorti, for supporting Bitcoin 100. The list in the OP has been updated as well as the list here: http://bitcoin100.org/about/partisans/

With the launch of Satoshi Superstars (forum thread here), I'll honor my original pledge of one BTC per for-profit site and send an additional bitcoin. Please place a link in the appropriate pledge slot.

Edit: Sent one bitcoin with one satoshi - http://blockexplorer.com/tx/040eef30f070934cbe86a58c8329446385294ca7ee27b61b97507bd8e3bfba29

I have also updated the OP and website for you, edd, which both now link to Satoshi Superstar. Great concept! I hope that it picks up some traction.

~Bruno~
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February 02, 2012, 04:08:48 PM
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I'm not sure exactly how I missed a Bruno post, but count me in.

0.2 per charity, for first 100 charities. Last of the big spenders, me.

Thank you, organofcorti, for supporting Bitcoin 100. The list in the OP has been updated as well as the list here: http://bitcoin100.org/about/partisans/

With the launch of Satoshi Superstars (forum thread here), I'll honor my original pledge of one BTC per for-profit site and send an additional bitcoin. Please place a link in the appropriate pledge slot.

Edit: Sent one bitcoin with one satoshi - http://blockexplorer.com/tx/040eef30f070934cbe86a58c8329446385294ca7ee27b61b97507bd8e3bfba29

I have also updated the OP and website for you, edd, which both now link to Satoshi Superstar. Great concept! I hope that it picks up some traction.

~Bruno~


Thanks Bruno, but you've linke my username "edd" to the Satoshi Superstars site and I think it might be better to have a separate entry as you did with BitBrew, UBTC, and The Bitcoin List in order to avoid confusion.

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February 03, 2012, 02:43:15 PM
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I'm not sure exactly how I missed a Bruno post, but count me in.

0.2 per charity, for first 100 charities. Last of the big spenders, me.

Thank you, organofcorti, for supporting Bitcoin 100. The list in the OP has been updated as well as the list here: http://bitcoin100.org/about/partisans/

With the launch of Satoshi Superstars (forum thread here), I'll honor my original pledge of one BTC per for-profit site and send an additional bitcoin. Please place a link in the appropriate pledge slot.

Edit: Sent one bitcoin with one satoshi - http://blockexplorer.com/tx/040eef30f070934cbe86a58c8329446385294ca7ee27b61b97507bd8e3bfba29

I have also updated the OP and website for you, edd, which both now link to Satoshi Superstar. Great concept! I hope that it picks up some traction.

~Bruno~


Thanks Bruno, but you've linke my username "edd" to the Satoshi Superstars site and I think it might be better to have a separate entry as you did with BitBrew, UBTC, and The Bitcoin List in order to avoid confusion.

Done!
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February 04, 2012, 08:29:02 AM
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Note : I haven't looked at this project for a while so sorry If I'm off track and repeat what is already said.

Seems to me ; The original idea of having 100+ people donating (x) BTC per charitable organization would not work and only a handful of supporter would accept donating to every causes.

So I once suggested that since I did not agree with the choice of organizations, I would be more interested in subscribing to a mailing list where I would get update on what charitable org I could not be donating to.   

Better now is I would see this list as some bad ass table for pledges, with organizations on one side and users on the other.

One would say I pledge, 1btc to org X, 1btc to org Y, 2 btc to org Z ... IF they publicly state that they accept BITCOIN donations via their website. 

Phinnaeus Gage acting as the escrow judging if the organization did a sufficient public commitment to accept btc donations.

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February 04, 2012, 11:14:17 AM
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Seems to me ; The original idea of having 100+ people donating (x) BTC per charitable organization would not work and only a handful of supporter would accept donating to every causes.
It seems you're wrong. There's a list of 100+ people doing exactly that.

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February 04, 2012, 01:52:17 PM
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Seems to me ; The original idea of having 100+ people donating (x) BTC per charitable organization would not work and only a handful of supporter would accept donating to every causes.
It seems you're wrong. There's a list of 100+ people doing exactly that.

Eventually, there'll be a lot more supporters (100's), thereby at least 100 will be donating 1+ BTC on at least a semi-regular basis. I look forward to Transisto's post, for he keeps me on my toes.

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So I once suggested that since I did not agree with the choice of organizations, I would be more interested in subscribing to a mailing list where I would get update on what charitable org I could not be donating to.

I'm working on the autoresponder now on the the website. This way I'll be able to broadcast en mass relative information pertaining to Bitcoin 100. I will notify everybody via a post on this thread when it becomes fully functional.

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Better now is I would see this list as some bad ass table for pledges, with organizations on one side and users on the other.

I can somewhat easily incorporate this aspect on the website. It would prove a nice visual tool directed toward prospective charitable organizations still sitting on the fence. Taxing my memory, I may have thought about something along this lines, but it got buried witnin my head. Thank you, Transisto for bringing this back to the forefront my mind.

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February 07, 2012, 10:31:49 PM
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February 07, 2012, 11:44:30 PM
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Any updates on how contacting the organizations is going? Do we need new organizations to contact? I can help with that if help is needed.

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