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May 26, 2014, 05:16:38 AM
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Edit: I'll make the blog and start posting some pictures of my work tonight or tomorrow.


Recently I had a project idea in mind and I was wondering if the community would be willing to crowdfund the idea?

Basically I have an RV I'm fixing up right now and I'd like to hit the road fulltime and get new businesses to start accepting bitcoin.

That's the basics. I'd keep a blog and expense report publicly archived.

Thoughts?

Could go one of two ways. I crowdfund the price of current fixes to the RV and hit the road on my own dime but charge a small fee to start businesses up and pay my expenses. Or I crowdfund a larger amount and I make a preset "tour" route. Where I can talk to people and meetup along the way those that donate/want me to speak on what issues I faced getting businesses to accept BTC.


so, you gonna be the gypsy in the crypto community?

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I guess so Smiley

Sorry I haven't been active. Laying tile and ripping up old carpet. Also had a bday to attend.

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June 14, 2014, 05:27:46 PM
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It would generally be better to keep your business in one place.

Repeat customers are one of a business's biggest asset.

If you are traveling then your customers can only buy from you once (or less then they otherwise could).
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