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March 26, 2012, 12:13:23 AM
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For those in the U.S., here's one way to earn a small amount of bitcoin.  

This site apparently is still operating and still paying out $1 USD in Dwolla USDs.

Send a text message with a profound message to: 1.515.650.4583

That number is for the site:
 - http://dollarthoughts.com

Then they will send a $1 Dwolla USD payment to you. You need to sign up for Dwolla then, but it is free and takes just seconds.

But then the Dwolla you got can be sent to any exchange that accepts Dwolla including Mt. Gox, Intersango, Camp BX, Bitfloor, etc. (sign up at any of these exchanges for free too if you don't already use one) and use the funds to purchase BTCs.

This offer might be limited to only new Dwolla users, I don't know.

Here's more on it:
 - http://www.twilio.com/blog/2012/01/dwolla-offers-a-dollar-sms-messaging.html

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Dwolla now lets new signups send $0.10 to each of up to five (5) friends:
 - http://www.siliconprairienews.com/2012/04/dwolla-rolls-out-redesign-gives-new-users-test-drive-with-free-dimes

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Dwolla now lets new signups send $0.10 to each of up to five (5) friends:
 - http://www.siliconprairienews.com/2012/04/dwolla-rolls-out-redesign-gives-new-users-test-drive-with-free-dimes


Dwolla Raises $5 Million From Union Square Ventures To Continue Building Its (Nearly) Fee-Free Payment Network

At fifty cents a pop, I say they'll gain ten million new users with that five million dollars.

On another note...:

Thanks to Bitcoin...: http://www.dailydealmedia.com/775goodsmiths-announces-soft-launch-were-no-etsy-clone/
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Currently, the only payment option is Dwolla but the site plans to add PayPal in the very near future.

~Bruno~

EDIT: and this...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dwolla
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Dwolla is notable for its interest among users of Bitcoin, a digital currency. Some Bitcoin exchanges allow users to buy Bitcoins with dollars transferred to the exchange via Dwolla, and allow users to sell Bitcoins and have the proceeds transferred back to them using Dwolla. Although Dwolla representatives have said that they saw growth due to Bitcoin users, they do not offer any official endorsement of Bitcoins.
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On another note...:

Thanks to Bitcoin...:

Why do you say "Thanks to Bitcoin"?

http://www.dailydealmedia.com/775goodsmiths-announces-soft-launch-were-no-etsy-clone/
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Currently, the only payment option is Dwolla but the site plans to add PayPal in the very near future.

Ha, that's awesome ... Dwolla first, then PayPal.

I wonder if they built using a Dwolla-compatible shopping cart tool that also has support for Bitcoin (e.g., osCommerce).

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