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Question: Which domain should we use?
bitvega - 6 (18.8%)
coinly - 3 (9.4%)
mimex - 9 (28.1%)
bitwalk - 1 (3.1%)
coinserve - 6 (18.8%)
coinin - 0 (0%)
inbit - 4 (12.5%)
coinabit - 2 (6.3%)
cointro - 1 (3.1%)
Total Voters: 32

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April 21, 2014, 05:09:40 PM
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inbit.co.uk is short and sweet, so it gets my vote. The sort of word that's good for adverts "Get inbit!".



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April 21, 2014, 05:22:06 PM
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inbit.co.uk is short and sweet, so it gets my vote. The sort of word that's good for adverts "Get inbit!".



Martin.

You forgot to vote in the poll however


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April 21, 2014, 06:28:27 PM
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Surprise results so far

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April 21, 2014, 06:35:34 PM
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i am brit but i just chose one... i been in this bitcoin life for a short while, only a few months and one thing I have noticed is how hostile the British banking system is with BitCoin.  I noticed Bitylicious have to find people with bank accounts to survive and I noticed the lack of GBP > Bank Account possibilities, only other system i see is LocalBitCoins to get money back in.

If you are setting up here in the UK then good luck, I am aware of CEX as the only UK based business but I would possibly suggest opening up a dozen bank accounts unless you found a way of securing a good reliable way of using a bank account here.

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April 21, 2014, 06:37:08 PM
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I like Coinabit, because it contains Bit and Coin in the name.   Cool

Anything besides Mimex I think.

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April 21, 2014, 06:40:18 PM
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I like Coinabit, because it contains Bit and Coin in the name.   Cool

Anything besides Mimex I think.

I quite like mimex, conversely.

i am brit but i just chose one... i been in this bitcoin life for a short while, only a few months and one thing I have noticed is how hostile the British banking system is with BitCoin.  I noticed Bitylicious have to find people with bank accounts to survive and I noticed the lack of GBP > Bank Account possibilities, only other system i see is LocalBitCoins to get money back in.

If you are setting up here in the UK then good luck, I am aware of CEX as the only UK based business but I would possibly suggest opening up a dozen bank accounts unless you found a way of securing a good reliable way of using a bank account here.

I know, it is a very hostile environment. But we sort of have an unfair advantage.

Yes, we have a couple of accounts. A third account is possible in the future, once volume has picked up. There are a lot of UK based businesses however the problem is getting the bank accounts.

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April 21, 2014, 06:40:55 PM
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I was looking for "None of the above", but mimex was the only one that I halfway liked.

Yeah not to be all negative and stuff but... I don't really love any of the options listed. I would definitely stay the hell away from anything with the word magic in it after the whole Gox nonsense...
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April 21, 2014, 06:42:49 PM
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I was looking for "None of the above", but mimex was the only one that I halfway liked.

Yeah not to be all negative and stuff but... I don't really love any of the options listed. I would definitely stay the hell away from anything with the word magic in it after the whole Gox nonsense...

Its fine, all opinions are valid.

Although its magic internet money, a phrase coined by many bitcoiners as opposed to magic the gathering.

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April 21, 2014, 06:55:44 PM
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Its fine, all opinions are valid.

Although its magic internet money, a phrase coined by many bitcoiners as opposed to magic the gathering.

I personally wouldn't avoid the exchange because of that name but I think some people have a negative association now with magic & bitcoin being used together. I personally never used Gox and thus didn't lose anything there so I'm not that sensitive to it.

Also, the "magic internet money" phrase is commonly used by detractors to shit on bitcoin and express that it's not "real" or concrete almost as often as it is used in good fun by bitcoiners. Just my 2 cents.
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April 21, 2014, 07:03:27 PM
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Its fine, all opinions are valid.

Although its magic internet money, a phrase coined by many bitcoiners as opposed to magic the gathering.

I personally wouldn't avoid the exchange because of that name but I think some people have a negative association now with magic & bitcoin being used together. I personally never used Gox and thus didn't lose anything there so I'm not that sensitive to it.

Also, the "magic internet money" phrase is commonly used by detractors to shit on bitcoin and express that it's not "real" or concrete almost as often as it is used in good fun by bitcoiners. Just my 2 cents.


If I became aware of the 'magic' ingredient in the name, then I'd be inclined to think the site was run by slightly less than serious individuals. The 'ex' part of the name also suggests defunct to me.


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April 21, 2014, 07:05:44 PM
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Please no Magic and Exchange together.

We already had one Goxing enough for our Bitcoin lifetimes.

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April 21, 2014, 07:19:33 PM
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Its fine, all opinions are valid.

Although its magic internet money, a phrase coined by many bitcoiners as opposed to magic the gathering.

I personally wouldn't avoid the exchange because of that name but I think some people have a negative association now with magic & bitcoin being used together. I personally never used Gox and thus didn't lose anything there so I'm not that sensitive to it.

Also, the "magic internet money" phrase is commonly used by detractors to shit on bitcoin and express that it's not "real" or concrete almost as often as it is used in good fun by bitcoiners. Just my 2 cents.

I don't think it is used by detractors. When I am asked to explain Bitcoin and I have no time it is the phrase I use, and it is used in /r/bitcoin's advertisements. I feel it is quite fitting.

However I can understand it could be seen as a Gox reference. But we can build trust, that's not an issue.

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April 21, 2014, 07:20:45 PM
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Its fine, all opinions are valid.

Although its magic internet money, a phrase coined by many bitcoiners as opposed to magic the gathering.

I personally wouldn't avoid the exchange because of that name but I think some people have a negative association now with magic & bitcoin being used together. I personally never used Gox and thus didn't lose anything there so I'm not that sensitive to it.

Also, the "magic internet money" phrase is commonly used by detractors to shit on bitcoin and express that it's not "real" or concrete almost as often as it is used in good fun by bitcoiners. Just my 2 cents.


If I became aware of the 'magic' ingredient in the name, then I'd be inclined to think the site was run by slightly less than serious individuals. The 'ex' part of the name also suggests defunct to me.


Martin.


Understandable, we have another domain we are attempting to buy, which will be used definitely if that works.

Otherwise its most likely down to the popular vote.

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April 21, 2014, 07:21:29 PM
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Please no Magic and Exchange together.

We already had one Goxing enough for our Bitcoin lifetimes.
Its the good type of magic, consider Gox to be Voldemort.

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April 21, 2014, 07:25:39 PM
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i did vote mimex but i knew nothing about the 'magic' that everyone is speaking about... if anything, that word stoodout.  I have been involved with brand-redesign over the years, its what's available but sometimes stating the obvious like localexchange.something  would standout more.

Bank accounts, very difficult as I have recently found out. Volunteer bank accounts is always something too look at tho.

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April 21, 2014, 07:36:12 PM
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i did vote mimex but i knew nothing about the 'magic' that everyone is speaking about... if anything, that word stoodout.  I have been involved with brand-redesign over the years, its what's available but sometimes stating the obvious like localexchange.something  would standout more.

Bank accounts, very difficult as I have recently found out. Volunteer bank accounts is always something too look at tho.

MtGox stood for magic the gathering online exchange as it was original for MTG card trading.

And its a UK based exchange, so we are using UK banks and EU banks, the UK banks have already been secured.

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April 21, 2014, 07:40:29 PM
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I like inbit or coinabit

But I would prefer inabit or coininabit. Cheesy

Hope this helps, I wish you success with your endeavors.

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I like inbit or coinabit

But I would prefer inabit or coininabit. Cheesy

Hope this helps, I wish you success with your endeavors.

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Feel free to vote for your preference out of the current ones.

inabit.co.uk is already taken unfortunately, however I prefer inbit regardless.


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April 21, 2014, 08:10:15 PM
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Will be decided 9pm tomorrow GMT time. Highest votes wins, unless of course acquisition of other domain succeeds

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For reference, domain we are looking to purchase it bitex.co.uk

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