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March 21, 2012, 04:15:34 AM
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Good job guys. Next donation of 1 BTC incoming now.

Status: 1/unconfirmed, broadcast through 15 nodes
Date: 3/20/2012 20:23
To: 1BTC1oo1J3MEt5SFj74ZBcF2Mk97Aah4ac
Debit: -1.00 BTC
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No good! Bitcoin 100 will now require picture IDs accompanying all donations, thanks to CBH not providing enough information.

Seriously, thanks a lot, CBH, for your contribution. Going to update the list now.

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March 21, 2012, 05:21:19 AM
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Happy, happy, joy, joy! I think we iz ready to send. http://blockexplorer.com/address/1G85cQXETuGeMGvniv5SuMACegCR6L51A5

Great job, joshbb. It's times like this that I wish there were more adjectives (or is it adverbs) in the English language to express how we, as a community, feel about your efforts.

I'm going to work on the first official blog post over at bitcoin100.org, for the other posts were just place holders. The post will be Group B Strep International related.
Cool, nice work setting this whole initiative up!

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March 21, 2012, 05:41:53 AM
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Happy, happy, joy, joy! I think we iz ready to send. http://blockexplorer.com/address/1G85cQXETuGeMGvniv5SuMACegCR6L51A5

Great job, joshbb. It's times like this that I wish there were more adjectives (or is it adverbs) in the English language to express how we, as a community, feel about your efforts.

I'm going to work on the first official blog post over at bitcoin100.org, for the other posts were just place holders. The post will be Group B Strep International related.

Cool, nice work setting this whole initiative up!

Thanks, Josh. I thought up Bitcoin 100 when theymos was kind enough to give me a three day time-out for posting off-topic, then extended it to ten days when I introduced Nikki the Bitch. That girl got me into so much trouble, for I came real close to being permanently banned.

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March 22, 2012, 04:34:51 PM
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Just an update/recognition:
BurtWagner and Jul have honored their pledges, donating directly to the charity
Jimbit, meanig, wareen, and evoorhees have sent in their donations to the BTC1oo address after the lump sum was sent, and their donations were forwarded to the charity separately.

Also, I honored my 1BTC for the next charity http://blockchain.info/tx-index/3487901/66fb38160f2f03aef63f7c1fb42e8eb6385b134961d9bce30081e3cdafd6362d

A few people have already honored their pledges for the next charity, as seen on my tracking sheet.

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March 22, 2012, 04:55:43 PM
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We just sent 1BTC to 1G85cQXETuGeMGvniv5SuMACegCR6L51A5 from our vanity address.  Keep the charities coming!

http://blockchain.info/tx-index/3488278/1788d118140d3daf60d6b607dd6a4d8fe7f87dd11ddc9ae2f125c03d1abc10d8
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March 23, 2012, 12:27:09 AM
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Just sent my 1 BTC Smiley  Sent a PM to Rassah about it just now after he contacted me 2 days ago to let me know about our first accepting site.

Edit:  0bd0cb23e06be15bce0c2812aaf583aadb5f55ed527243da61c50e139a62d6d7

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March 23, 2012, 12:47:34 AM
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Just an update/recognition:
BurtWagner and Jul have honored their pledges, donating directly to the charity
Jimbit, meanig, wareen, and evoorhees have sent in their donations to the BTC1oo address after the lump sum was sent, and their donations were forwarded to the charity separately.

Also, I honored my 1BTC for the next charity http://blockchain.info/tx-index/3487901/66fb38160f2f03aef63f7c1fb42e8eb6385b134961d9bce30081e3cdafd6362d

A few people have already honored their pledges for the next charity, as seen on my tracking sheet.

Just sent my 1 BTC Smiley  Sent a PM to Rassah about it just now after he contacted me 2 days ago to let me know about our first accepting site.

From what I can ascertain from the above, I should add 1 BTC each to the list in the OP for Jimbit, meanig, wareen, evoorhees, the joint, and you, Rassah. Please correct me if I'm wrong. I'll update the list once I get clarification. Thanks, bud. (the joint is probably a given, but I'll wait just the same)

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March 23, 2012, 01:03:57 AM
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My honoring of pledge is my second Bitcoin, for the next charity. I don't know if the OP is per charity, or cumulative and will keep growing as more people donate.

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March 23, 2012, 01:21:02 AM
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Sent 1 for the next charity afa2a26efe02a6286129ed0930738c07b84ab01f480f53aa782c06178671c937

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March 23, 2012, 01:34:21 AM
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My honoring of pledge is my second Bitcoin, for the next charity. I don't know if the OP is per charity, or cumulative and will keep growing as more people donate.

Your accounting system is way more accurate now than the one in the OP. I've opt to maintain it for as long as I possibly can solely for visualization purposes.

~Bruno~
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March 23, 2012, 01:14:15 PM
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Sent first coin of twenty for the first 100.

Tx hash: 4a7c6a31e0fbffc05ab11f7f348e721a3fd37b45472a63e978e61d5a22708ea8

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March 24, 2012, 04:53:22 AM
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Group B Strep International (GBSI) with the Bitcoin address 1G85cQXETuGeMGvniv5SuMACegCR6L51A5 has officially become the first recipient of Bitcoin 100. I wish to thank all those that have made this event possible. The list is way to long to thank everybody individually, but you all know who you are. Please consider donating bitcoins to the address provided if you have not done so already either directly or via honoring your pledge with Bitcoin 100. We promise not to chew your head off if you desire to send a few extra bitcents their way again.

The second pool is now currently being funded via the same address as before: 1BTC1oo1J3MEt5SFj74ZBcF2Mk97Aah4ac. We look forward to thanking those who contribute.



Just an update/recognition:
BurtWagner and Jul have honored their pledges, donating directly to the charity
Jimbit, meanig, wareen, and evoorhees have sent in their donations to the BTC1oo address after the lump sum was sent, and their donations were forwarded to the charity separately.

Also, I honored my 1BTC for the next charity http://blockchain.info/tx-index/3487901/66fb38160f2f03aef63f7c1fb42e8eb6385b134961d9bce30081e3cdafd6362d

A few people have already honored their pledges for the next charity, as seen on my tracking sheet.

We just sent 1BTC to 1G85cQXETuGeMGvniv5SuMACegCR6L51A5 from our vanity address.  Keep the charities coming!

http://blockchain.info/tx-index/3488278/1788d118140d3daf60d6b607dd6a4d8fe7f87dd11ddc9ae2f125c03d1abc10d8

Just sent my 1 BTC Smiley  Sent a PM to Rassah about it just now after he contacted me 2 days ago to let me know about our first accepting site.

Edit:  0bd0cb23e06be15bce0c2812aaf583aadb5f55ed527243da61c50e139a62d6d7

Sent 1 for the next charity afa2a26efe02a6286129ed0930738c07b84ab01f480f53aa782c06178671c937

Sent first coin of twenty for the first 100.

Tx hash: 4a7c6a31e0fbffc05ab11f7f348e721a3fd37b45472a63e978e61d5a22708ea8

Short of stringing a batch of user names together, I now wish to thank all those quoted above who have recently dontated to Grop B Strep International directly and indirectly, as well as those who have honored their pledges for the second pool. The list in the OP of ths thread has been updated, reflecting your contributions.

As I've stated to Rassah, my list has become basically a visual thingy, while his well kept ledger documents what has been received and sent more accurately. Thank you again, Rassah, for all your efforts.

Here, again, is the link to Rassah's ledger: LEDGER

~Bruno~
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March 24, 2012, 10:50:22 AM
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Yay! Sent my 1 for the next charity.

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March 24, 2012, 10:58:29 AM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=73859.0

Is there a way the Bitcoin Snowball and the Bitcoin100 could go into a collaboration of some sort? I wouldn't know how but I'd rather ask than not ask.


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March 24, 2012, 11:53:02 AM
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I need some clarification on how the Bitcoin 100 funds are used. Until I'm satisfied with the answer I'm not going to be honoring the rest of my pledges.

My problem is with the fact that if we use 100 BTC exactly on each charity, it doesn't actually reflect what people honor per charity. It can lead to a scenario where we have an ever-increasing amount of excess BTC which just doesn't go anywhere, because we only donate 100 per charity, even if we have "per charity" donations in excess of 100 BTC.

This to me is unacceptable. What will it lead to next? The kickstarter starts to invest donated money because they have too much? It's also possible that I'm confused with how this is done, which is exactly why I need some clarification to be able to participate in this anymore.

My wish is that what we donate to these charities accurately represents the donated amount per charity, it's not a good plan to donate 100 BTC per charity regardless of the amount of donations. That I can't be a part of.

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March 24, 2012, 12:37:44 PM
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Yay! Sent my 1 for the next charity.

Thank you kindly, JW, for your contribution. I have updated my list in the OP and sure Rassah will reflect this in his ledger.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=73859.0

Is there a way the Bitcoin Snowball and the Bitcoin100 could go into a collaboration of some sort? I wouldn't know how but I'd rather ask than not ask.

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I think the first Bitcoin Snowball serendipitously worked out quite lovely. For starters, simply state on a regular basis where and how the first snowball ended. After that, keep trusting the users with their decision making. That said, I'll fund the next snowball by depleting an Instawallet account with Balance: 0.1635758 BTC. Who wants it next?

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PS: I may be double posting, for I rather address Technomage's concern separately.
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March 24, 2012, 01:22:52 PM
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I need some clarification on how the Bitcoin 100 funds are used. Until I'm satisfied with the answer I'm not going to be honoring the rest of my pledges.

My problem is with the fact that if we use 100 BTC exactly on each charity, it doesn't actually reflect what people honor per charity. It can lead to a scenario where we have an ever-increasing amount of excess BTC which just doesn't go anywhere, because we only donate 100 per charity, even if we have "per charity" donations in excess of 100 BTC.

This to me is unacceptable. What will it lead to next? The kickstarter starts to invest donated money because they have too much? It's also possible that I'm confused with how this is done, which is exactly why I need some clarification to be able to participate in this anymore.

My wish is that what we donate to these charities accurately represents the donated amount per charity, it's not a good plan to donate 100 BTC per charity regardless of the amount of donations. That I can't be a part of.

Thank you, Technomage, for addressing your concern(s) in regards to Bitcoin 100. My hope is that at the end of my reply, your concern(s) will be addressed to your satisfaction.

My goal for Bitcoin 100 from the get-go was to obtain at least 100 supporters, with the intent of having said supporters honor their stated pledges if or when they see fit, receiving no pressure from Bitcoin 100 to comply. To date, all that has come to fruition: over 100 supporters; over 100 BTC contributed to the pool, albeit some of those donations do carry over to subsequent pool(s); Rassah took time to kindly remind members who have not honored their pledges to date, whereupon the joint, e.g., took action (a second reminder to members who still don't honor their pledges will not be warranted, at least, in re. the first pool).

Even I was taken aback when it was bought to my attention that an amount exceeding 100 BTC was going to be awarded to Group B Strep International, but Rassah was kind enough to shed light on the subject via pointing to the ledger.

That said, we at Bitcoin 100 have done exactly what your post advocates we should do. If you would have had posted that you desired ONLY 100 BTC be allocated to any one non-profit organization, then my reply here would be totally different.

But, the fact of the matter is that an initial 112.854 BTC was sent to GBSI via 1BTC1oo1J3MEt5SFj74ZBcF2Mk97Aah4ac (Bitcoin 100's address), with subsequent bitcoins also sent, as can be seen here. Currently, GBSI has received approximately 130.05405 BTC in donations, to date. Other users of this forum, possibly not members of Bitcoin 100, have kindly donated to that cause as well.

I hope I've addressed your questions and concerns, Technomage, with this reply. Please feel free to question anything related to Bitcoin 100 on this thread or PM me. There will never be anything kept from our members pertaining to Bitcoin 100.

Thank you.

~Bruno~
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March 24, 2012, 03:00:03 PM
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Thanks for clearing it up. I checked Rassah's ledger as well and it was easy to confirm from there how it works. I will continue to honor my pledges, this is a great project and it works exactly the way it should. I will make a separate post when I have sent my share of the second wallet.

I hope we get our second charity soon. We should use our past successes as examples when we promote this to new organizations.

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March 24, 2012, 03:49:52 PM
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Rassah, why does it say Pledged/Charity 0 and Pledge Total 0 under my name.  I thought I pledged 1 per charity and no maximum (other than me going broke or dying) or am I not getting what those columns are supposed to mean?

Sorry, at the time it was set (I assumed) that you would pledge just 1 BTC to start. You pledged, you honored, and I was not expecting more from you unless you spoke up. Since you're willing t donate with "no maximum," I've set you to 100 for now Smiley

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