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March 10, 2012, 12:29:06 AM
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So there's a enormous amount of people out there with really excellent gaming machines who don't have the interest or time to play 24/7.

Perhaps Bitcoin could benefit from setting up a huge pool of all these gamers to help offset the association of coins being used on online blackmarkets.

I'm considering the idea of targeting gamers in my local community and online, perhaps convincing them to sign up. It could be good media coverage
if it caught on to the mainstream and help balance out all the market speculations with real world transactions.


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March 10, 2012, 01:21:24 AM
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Yes I'm sure there are plenty of people who already are familiar with bitcoin minning and have their own $20,000 GPU farms set up who have stumbled upon these websites. That's fantastic.

What I mean is how can we reach mainstream gamers who own excellent gaming rigs who have never heard of bitcoins and aren't familiar with how to set up an account and such.

In the mean time : http://bit.ly/z81mXv

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