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December 07, 2011, 02:46:59 AM
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I need somebody who happens to know their way around the Bitcoin software. I desire a clean piece of javascript-based software -- a browser-based client, if you will -- that allows an individual to write a message onto the blockchain with minimal server dependencies. I would highly prefer everything to be ran by the client's machine in full. I want no limitations on the amount of characters one can write thus I will need a fee entrance system that can handle this. I want no proprietary software, restrictions or otherwise. The whole thing will be licensed in the WTFPL License (http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/).

If you are up to the job, PM me with your price.

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December 07, 2011, 02:57:55 AM
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so you want to offer a service like this?

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December 07, 2011, 03:00:59 AM
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so you want to offer a service like this?

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December 07, 2011, 03:04:01 AM
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so you want to offer a service like this?
Overpriced. I want to make it far cheaper, if possible. It also has convoluted server requirements that work with email. I want none of that.

I want to make it to where somebody could upload an entire book into the blockchain for no more than the market fee rates.

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December 07, 2011, 03:11:09 AM
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so you want to offer a service like this?
Overpriced. I want to make it far cheaper, if possible. It also has convoluted server requirements that work with email. I want none of that.

I want to make it to where somebody could upload an entire book into the blockchain for no more than the market fee rates.

Is this a new alternate blockchain, perhaps LibraryCoin?

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December 07, 2011, 03:15:31 AM
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so you want to offer a service like this?
Overpriced. I want to make it far cheaper, if possible. It also has convoluted server requirements that work with email. I want none of that.

I want to make it to where somebody could upload an entire book into the blockchain for no more than the market fee rates.

Is this a new alternate blockchain, perhaps LibraryCoin?
Heh, no. A new blockchain is unnecessary and lacks real incentive. The current one will serve just fine.

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December 07, 2011, 03:30:51 AM
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so you want to offer a service like this?
Overpriced. I want to make it far cheaper, if possible. It also has convoluted server requirements that work with email. I want none of that.

I want to make it to where somebody could upload an entire book into the blockchain for no more than the market fee rates.

Do you do a lot of mining?

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December 07, 2011, 03:39:25 AM
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so you want to offer a service like this?
Overpriced. I want to make it far cheaper, if possible. It also has convoluted server requirements that work with email. I want none of that.

I want to make it to where somebody could upload an entire book into the blockchain for no more than the market fee rates.

Do you do a lot of mining?
Long ago when mining only meant a higher score and Spongebob stickers.

@HarveyAlpha (https://twitter.com/#!/HarveyAlpha) | It would be foolish to assert that there is no power above mine. Only the attitude that I take toward it will be quite another than that of the religious age: I shall be the enemy of every higher power.
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December 07, 2011, 03:56:15 AM
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so you want to offer a service like this?
Overpriced. I want to make it far cheaper, if possible. It also has convoluted server requirements that work with email. I want none of that.

I want to make it to where somebody could upload an entire book into the blockchain for no more than the market fee rates.

Do you do a lot of mining?
Long ago when mining only meant a higher score and Spongebob stickers.

Cool, just curious. I only mined when it was possible with a pencil and paper (but I used a calculator of course).

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