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April 02, 2012, 03:47:08 AM
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find a dead link
and you will earn the +0.115 btc Bonus

I checked your links and ended up with the following results:

Those sites cannot be visited because the link lacks the http(s):// part in the href, causing a 404 on thebitcoinreview.com

2 : btc2usd4u.yolasite.com : btc2usd
738 : www.nextservice.mobi : GSMnext
757 : coinbits.com/ : CoinBits
763 : api.ipinfodb.com/v3/ip-city/?key=727f5e7313da30a3deab2fcea5736ea88e0b613fb4a6b4e538863aadf891bb6f&ip=128.125.122.51&format=json : BtcInstant.com
796 : BitcoinCloset.com : BitcoinCloset
797 : txt4coins.net/ : txt4coins.net
818 : thegemvault.tiptopgem.com/ : The Gem Vault
824 : bitscalper.com/p/ : Bit Scalper
839 : bitcointoss.com : Bitcoin Toss


Those sites result in a 404

241 : http://gplusbitcoin.weebly.com : Google+ Invites
532 : http://www.fxriot.net : FXRiot
568 : http://www.softrare.eu/webshop/individual-support/remote-live-support-flatrate.html : SoftRare


Those produce a gateway/timeout error, effectively leaving them in-accessible

6 : https://www.bitcoin2cash.com : Bitcoin2Cash
79 : http://www.reefshosting.com : ZNC4BTC
160 : http://www.reefshosting.com : Reefs Hosting
589 : http://www.bitcoinservice.co.uk/files/859 : Windows Gadget for Bitcoin


thank you! these bugs & dead links have been fixed

please create an account on thebitcoinreview.com, poke around, write some reviews.
post your efforts on this thread and your account will be credited

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April 02, 2012, 05:43:33 PM
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thank you! these bugs & dead links have been fixed

please create an account on thebitcoinreview.com, poke around, write some reviews.
post your efforts on this thread and your account will be credited
If you don't mind, you can simply use the BTC address in my signature

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April 02, 2012, 09:16:38 PM
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Bugswat!  Just typos.

Here, "Catagory" and "Sub-Catagory" should be "Category" and "Sub-Category".  The misspelling also appears in the pulldowns.

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April 02, 2012, 10:12:36 PM
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thank you! these bugs & dead links have been fixed

please create an account on thebitcoinreview.com, poke around, write some reviews.
post your efforts on this thread and your account will be credited
If you don't mind, you can simply use the BTC address in my signature


I would like it if you created an account on thebitcoinreview.com, and continue to participate.
new task will be available as the site progresses,
I sincerely hope people recognize the need for the services you provide when you leave a review on thebitcoinreview.com, or help organize it.

your coins will be sent shortly




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April 03, 2012, 02:31:10 AM
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Site added:

BTC Tip

Internet & Mobile services >> BitCoin-related

Send BitCoins via Twitter!

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April 05, 2012, 03:50:08 PM
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Username: int21h
Bitcoin to: 145yk7kqdEGAFJHopszqcE9eVAD3Svmsye



Sites added:

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Currency Exchanges > > Fixed Rate

Bid On Bitcoins
Material / Physical Products > > Auction site



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April 08, 2012, 03:43:38 AM
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Added three new feeds
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April 11, 2012, 01:52:44 PM
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Added a news feed.

BTCCharts Adds Real-Time Charting For One Dozen Markets

Is it necessary for me to login prior to adding news feeds? Just realized the last time and today I was not logged in prior to adding.
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April 17, 2012, 10:13:36 PM
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Added news feed.

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April 20, 2012, 07:13:29 PM
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speed doesn't mean anything yho security is everything
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April 22, 2012, 09:56:56 PM
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Feedback: I realize you've put a lot of effort into getting the frontpage to look nice, but as a user all the images, and less categorized information available, actually make the site more frustrating to use.  The listings per category were great, and it was nice to be able to determine at a glance what new sites had been added recently.

Also, the poll here asking to rate the speed of our connection to TBR on a scale of 1-5 could probably use more detail.  Is 1 the best, the least, the slowest?  Is 5 like "5 Stars", or the worst?  I didn't vote because I wasn't sure.

I've never had a connection speed problem with TBR.  Automatic site logouts are more often my problem, as TBR is essentially designed to be a site you'll tab away from (to check out a site) and then back to a few minutes later.  When I come back, I invariably have to log in all over again.  It's not as though TBR is a high-security site with lots of BitCoins flowing back and forth.

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April 23, 2012, 03:06:30 AM
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Feedback: I realize you've put a lot of effort into getting the frontpage to look nice, but as a user all the images, and less categorized information available, actually make the site more frustrating to use.  The listings per category were great, and it was nice to be able to determine at a glance what new sites had been added recently.

Also, the poll here asking to rate the speed of our connection to TBR on a scale of 1-5 could probably use more detail.  Is 1 the best, the least, the slowest?  Is 5 like "5 Stars", or the worst?  I didn't vote because I wasn't sure.

I've never had a connection speed problem with TBR.  Automatic site logouts are more often my problem, as TBR is essentially designed to be a site you'll tab away from (to check out a site) and then back to a few minutes later.  When I come back, I invariably have to log in all over again.  It's not as though TBR is a high-security site with lots of BitCoins flowing back and forth.

thanks for the feedback

I'll see what i can do

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April 23, 2012, 03:41:26 AM
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Feedback: I realize you've put a lot of effort into getting the frontpage to look nice, but as a user all the images, and less categorized information available, actually make the site more frustrating to use.  The listings per category were great, and it was nice to be able to determine at a glance what new sites had been added recently.

Also, the poll here asking to rate the speed of our connection to TBR on a scale of 1-5 could probably use more detail.  Is 1 the best, the least, the slowest?  Is 5 like "5 Stars", or the worst?  I didn't vote because I wasn't sure.

I've never had a connection speed problem with TBR.  Automatic site logouts are more often my problem, as TBR is essentially designed to be a site you'll tab away from (to check out a site) and then back to a few minutes later.  When I come back, I invariably have to log in all over again.  It's not as though TBR is a high-security site with lots of BitCoins flowing back and forth.

thanks for the feedback

I'll see what i can do

I added pop-out menus
hover over the Category name

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April 23, 2012, 05:01:59 AM
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I added pop-out menus
hover over the Category name

http://www.thebitcoinreview.com/

Very swank!  Looks great.   Smiley

I would suggest the ability to Favorite entries, and have a Favorited page.  Might be a bit much for now, but with a slew of entries later on that could be very worthwhile to users.  Maybe a low priority?

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April 25, 2012, 04:17:58 PM
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Hey. A couple of suggestions from one web designer to another...

* Remove the extra whitespace above the page container. This will reduce the need to scroll to get to important information.
* The site has rendering issues for me on Firefox on Linux Mint where it looks like some items flow out of where they should be. http://imgur.com/lCnvj
* I noticed this for the page for CoinDL. Since the logo is creatd with transparency it comes out looking a little funny on the site. Granted I should probably render it with a white background but since you have to deal with many logos and want them all to look their best, you should make that area have a white background since it's the sensible default.
* Again a personal preference but I would move the icons for maps, charts, etc on the right a bit down so they don't overlap the boundary between blue and white areas. Labeling them with the little words 'Map' and 'Charts' for example would help people understand without having to rollover the links.
* How do you choose the items visible in the Bitcoin Business Directory when there must be tons of others? If it's an open process, I would like to have CoinDL show up in the Online Products section.

I noticed visitors from thebitcoinreview spend more time on the site so that's a good thing...best of luck with the site!

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April 26, 2012, 02:34:57 AM
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Hey. A couple of suggestions from one web designer to another...

* Remove the extra whitespace above the page container. This will reduce the need to scroll to get to important information.
* The site has rendering issues for me on Firefox on Linux Mint where it looks like some items flow out of where they should be. http://imgur.com/lCnvj
* I noticed this for the page for CoinDL. Since the logo is creatd with transparency it comes out looking a little funny on the site. Granted I should probably render it with a white background but since you have to deal with many logos and want them all to look their best, you should make that area have a white background since it's the sensible default.
* Again a personal preference but I would move the icons for maps, charts, etc on the right a bit down so they don't overlap the boundary between blue and white areas. Labeling them with the little words 'Map' and 'Charts' for example would help people understand without having to rollover the links.
* How do you choose the items visible in the Bitcoin Business Directory when there must be tons of others? If it's an open process, I would like to have CoinDL show up in the Online Products section.


Hey thanks a lot for the suggestions!

-I think i fixed the display errors. i can't be sure because i can't reproduce the problem on my end.
-There isn't enough space to add small labels on the icons, but i added tool tips instead  
-I like the transparent logos. if you want to change your logo to have a white background PM me the new logo
-The Bitcoin Business Directory displays the top 5 sites in each category (highest rating with most number of reviews)

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I noticed visitors from thebitcoinreview spend more time on the site so that's a good thing...best of luck with the site!
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April 26, 2012, 03:53:37 AM
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That was cool...I just visited again and as you said in your post above, all the issues were fixed! I may have to login and post a few reviews. The site was quite useful as I was perusing musicians who had sold or attempted to sell their music for Bitcoin before.

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May 12, 2012, 07:08:45 PM
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Hi Adam, I would like to request a payment of my balance from my account on thebitcoinreview.com.

The site reports my balance at 0.285BTC, however I have made several news feeds additions in this thread that have not yet reflected on the current balance.

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May 13, 2012, 09:21:09 AM
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thanks man
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