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Author Topic: [Closed] RESULTS are in for Bitcoin Favorites of 2011!  (Read 6126 times)
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January 05, 2012, 05:02:35 PM
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bitcoinbetas wins the award for running the most successful scam

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January 05, 2012, 06:08:37 PM
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Nice idea and the site works well.  Thanks for doing this.  I just sent a wee bit to the fund.

Thanks and you're welcome. If you did send some bitcents lemme know I didn't see it arrive.
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January 05, 2012, 06:09:33 PM
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bitcoinbetas wins the award for running the most successful scam

I can see why you are 2nd place for worst forum member  Tongue Looks like the only winning around here will be you!
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January 06, 2012, 11:18:55 AM
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Yep, I sent .2 from

1HuRS5U9Lg31hmmVUsYJkcPcUgxHY7v6dQ (Instawallet) to
19EMfcpF36uXzQtuDBFaL4dYnqdm5fcMmM.

Hope you get them.

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January 06, 2012, 05:14:00 PM
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Yep, I sent .2 from

1HuRS5U9Lg31hmmVUsYJkcPcUgxHY7v6dQ (Instawallet) to
19EMfcpF36uXzQtuDBFaL4dYnqdm5fcMmM.

Hope you get them.

Thanks Alphonso. I see it now for some reason it wasn't showing up on the Donation total strange stuff. Thanks again!
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January 06, 2012, 05:18:03 PM
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LAST DAY TO VOTE! http://bitcoinawards.bitcoinbetas.com/
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January 06, 2012, 06:24:51 PM
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Why no love for Mt.Red on the pools award?  : (

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January 06, 2012, 07:20:47 PM
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January 06, 2012, 07:37:36 PM
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I know what OP was trying to do and I truly commend them for it. Unfortunately, as could be expected  with a forum newbie trying to organize an awards ceremony based on historical data that only a veteran user would know from experience, this poll has turned out unimpressive to say the least.

Under normal circumstances I would just troll the OP, push them to correct their mistakes, and offer my assistance privately, but in this special case that the OP has refused to correct course I have decided to step up.

Feel free to continue to participate freely, but let it be known that BitTalk.TV is hosting our own awards ceremony that will be broadcast on BitTalk.TV announcing the winners. We are in no rush to hurry and for this reason we will allow a full two weeks for entries.

Since this particular award thread seems to more focused on giving away bitcoins to anyone willing to participate than actually doing a good job creating a fair contest, we will focus on rewarding individuals the proper way.

To combat cheating, add value to the votes, raise money for charity, and ensure that only serious bitcoiners are participating in the contest as contestants or voters, a microtransaction will to a specified bitcoin address will be necessary. This amount will differ slightly for those nominating themselves.

All finalists of the BitTalk.TV Best of 2011 contest in each category will:

1) be published in the BitTalk.TV magazine's January issue;
2) be broadcast in a special presentation on BitTalk.tv;
3) receive a free year subscription to the BitTalk.TV magazine (est. $30 value)
4) receive a FREE casascius coin in the mail!

The categories will be soft-listed on the official forum thread. Feel free to petition for additional categories if you believe it is appropriate.

Good luck to everyone!





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January 06, 2012, 08:06:00 PM
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I know what OP was trying to do and I truly commend them for it. Unfortunately, as could be expected  with a forum newbie trying to organize an awards ceremony based on historical data that only a veteran user would know from experience, this poll has turned out unimpressive to say the least.

Under normal circumstances I would just troll the OP, push them to correct their mistakes, and offer my assistance privately, but in this special case that the OP has refused to correct course I have decided to step up.

Feel free to continue to participate freely, but let it be known that BitTalk.TV is hosting our own awards ceremony that will be broadcast on BitTalk.TV announcing the winners. We are in no rush to hurry and for this reason we will allow a full two weeks for entries.

Since this particular award thread seems to more focused on giving away bitcoins to anyone willing to participate than actually doing a good job creating a fair contest, we will focus on rewarding individuals the proper way.

To combat cheating, add value to the votes, raise money for charity, and ensure that only serious bitcoiners are participating in the contest as contestants or voters, a microtransaction will to a specified bitcoin address will be necessary. This amount will differ slightly for those nominating themselves.

All finalists of the BitTalk.TV Best of 2011 contest in each category will:

1) be published in the BitTalk.TV magazine's January issue;
2) be broadcast in a special presentation on BitTalk.tv;
3) receive a free year subscription to the BitTalk.TV magazine (est. $30 value)
4) receive a FREE casascius coin in the mail!

The categories will be soft-listed on the official forum thread. Feel free to petition for additional categories if you believe it is appropriate.

Good luck to everyone!



Fair enough and good luck. Wait till you get the first person who nominates themselves who you don't agree with ( or better yet everyone doesn't agree with) such as say Buttcoin.org  or something what are you going to do?  My system allowed people to freely nominate as much as  freely erase who they think shouldn't be nominated and at some put "cut it off" or "last man standing" so to speak.

My poll is about as un-biased as you can get and maybe missed/inaccurate on one or two things but rather have that then being a biased based award system like yours is going to turn out to be . To be clear anyone and ample amount of time  to contacted me prior to listing it up to vote if things weren't accurate. In your poll won't allow that.   Just my 2 cents and like I said good luck! Grin

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January 06, 2012, 10:30:09 PM
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Please vote Buttcoin.org for best blog. Every vote can save a starving puppy in africa.

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January 06, 2012, 10:34:48 PM
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Please vote Buttcoin.org for best blog. Every vote can save a starving puppy in africa.

^^ haha  how is the sale going?
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January 06, 2012, 10:41:05 PM
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Please vote Buttcoin.org for best blog. Every vote can save a starving puppy in africa.

^^ haha  how is the sale going?


Should have some exciting news next week  Grin

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January 06, 2012, 10:42:40 PM
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Please vote Buttcoin.org for best blog. Every vote can save a starving puppy in africa.

^^ haha  how is the sale going?


Should have some exciting news next week  Grin

I just realized your in 2nd place LOL   and awesome do let us know Wink  did you put up a "nominee badge" ?
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January 06, 2012, 10:51:24 PM
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did you put up a "nominee badge" ?

Nope, but I do now!

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January 06, 2012, 10:52:28 PM
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voted

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can anyone point where i can read more about this event:

"Nefario being denied entry to the US after mentioning Bitcoins"
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January 06, 2012, 11:07:52 PM
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voted

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can anyone point where i can read more about this event:

"Nefario being denied entry to the US after mentioning Bitcoins"


Thanks for the vote Serge!

http://www.maximumpc.com/article/news/bitcoin_developer_denied_entry_us_confused_customs_agents
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January 06, 2012, 11:09:01 PM
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did you put up a "nominee badge" ?

Nope, but I do now!

brillant good luck buttcoin.org!

edit: I just saw its 1 vote difference in the bitcoin moment of the year award  between the Cosby Hack & Bitcoin trades for $32   lol
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January 06, 2012, 11:21:51 PM
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can anyone point where i can read more about this event:

"Nefario being denied entry to the US after mentioning Bitcoins"


Thanks for the vote Serge!

http://www.maximumpc.com/article/news/bitcoin_developer_denied_entry_us_confused_customs_agents

thank you

crazy story
whenever i travel i try to carry as little cash as possible too, only once been asked on international flight why i had only couple of hundreds on me, i showed them plastic and that was it, probably would have gotten myself in trouble too for being not too nice if they were to ask how much balance i had on CCs
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January 06, 2012, 11:22:04 PM
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voted

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can anyone point where i can read more about this event:

"Nefario being denied entry to the US after mentioning Bitcoins"

http://siliconangle.com/blog/2011/07/27/bitcoin-expert-turned-away-by-u-s-customs-over-lack-of-real-money/

It was more about the not having money part, not the bitcoins that caused it.  Customs expects you to have money for your trip, cause if you don't they'll assume you are here to work and not allow you entrance.  

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