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July 26, 2014, 05:21:47 PM
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Adsense may not be appropriate for such.
maybe the .org should have their own forum so they can monetize themselves.

U r already on their forum... Try out http://forum.bitcoin.org Wink

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July 26, 2014, 09:23:21 PM
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We aren't interested in working with certain types of services, these include porn sites, gambling sites, large mining pools, anything altcoin related, and suspicious services of low quality.

I'm only here for the porn, gambling, pools, altcoins and really suspicious low quality services... isn't that what bitcoin is based on!

Why take away from what you are built on?

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July 28, 2014, 06:58:54 PM
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We aren't interested in working with certain types of services, these include porn sites, gambling sites, large mining pools, anything altcoin related, and suspicious services of low quality.

I'm only here for the porn, gambling, pools, altcoins and really suspicious low quality services... isn't that what bitcoin is based on!

Why take away from what you are built on?


Those suspicious services wont take bitcoin to mainstream and those are not what bitcoin is only based on. Bitcoin.org perates as the face of Bitcoin (oh I know Bitcoin is faceless). So they cant promote some low quality services. Leave them for BitcoinTalk Wink

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July 28, 2014, 07:24:36 PM
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We aren't interested in working with certain types of services, these include porn sites, gambling sites, large mining pools, anything altcoin related, and suspicious services of low quality.

I'm only here for the porn, gambling, pools, altcoins and really suspicious low quality services... isn't that what bitcoin is based on!

Why take away from what you are built on?


Those suspicious services wont take bitcoin to mainstream and those are not what bitcoin is only based on. Bitcoin.org perates as the face of Bitcoin (oh I know Bitcoin is faceless). So they cant promote some low quality services. Leave them for BitcoinTalk Wink

I can understand suspicious low quality services, but porn, gambling and altcoin (such as NMC not others) seem like they should have a crack at it.

Hell, I think Bitcoin is best for porn and that is a huge industry.  I expect to see more "mainstream" porn sites going BTC.  

Looks to me like bitcoin.org wants to push BTC to minors. (Which is fine in my eyes... Kid cash spends the same as grown up cash!)

I guess I can see it from their point of view though. Guess I'm SOL on sponsoring.  Probably could use the Snail site.

Are snails cool?

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July 28, 2014, 08:36:00 PM
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We aren't interested in working with certain types of services, these include porn sites, gambling sites, large mining pools, anything altcoin related, and suspicious services of low quality.

I'm only here for the porn, gambling, pools, altcoins and really suspicious low quality services... isn't that what bitcoin is based on!

Why take away from what you are built on?


Those suspicious services wont take bitcoin to mainstream and those are not what bitcoin is only based on. Bitcoin.org perates as the face of Bitcoin (oh I know Bitcoin is faceless). So they cant promote some low quality services. Leave them for BitcoinTalk Wink

I can understand suspicious low quality services, but porn, gambling and altcoin (such as NMC not others) seem like they should have a crack at it.

Hell, I think Bitcoin is best for porn and that is a huge industry.  I expect to see more "mainstream" porn sites going BTC. 

Looks to me like bitcoin.org wants to push BTC to minors. (Which is fine in my eyes... Kid cash spends the same as grown up cash!)

I guess I can see it from their point of view though. Guess I'm SOL on sponsoring.  Probably could use the Snail site.

Are snails cool?

I would have sponsored as well. Extremely disappointed! Guess they are taking the Mike Hearn way of doing bitcoins.

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August 07, 2014, 07:35:24 AM
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Hello,

I would be interested in sponsoring if the price is suitable and this option is still available.

please let me know

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August 08, 2014, 05:45:23 AM
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Hello,

I would be interested in sponsoring if the price is suitable and this option is still available.

please let me know

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August 08, 2014, 07:13:34 AM
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curious to know whats the company will adv in there .
good luck.
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