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May 06, 2012, 04:02:55 AM
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Myself and Yifu Guo (of www.bitsyn.com) will be in Shenzhen until Thursday May 10th.

I am planning to organize a meeting about Bitcoin with local businesses I know in the Shenzhen area.

Some of the attendees will include companies with hundreds of employees and anual revenue over $100M USD.

It would be helpful to have additional native Chinese speakers who already understand Bitcoin.


If you are interested, please contact me at roger@memorydealers.com

Please repost this message on any Chinese Language Bitcoin message boards.

 Thank you,

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May 06, 2012, 09:53:20 AM
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some advise for you

1,the meetroom are you sure?

2,what  the them about bitcoin this time in shengzheng

3,as a mainer of bitcoin meetng,how do you think about bitcoin in china.

4,business plan did you have




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thank you!

Welcome to chinese bitcoin website: http://www.hxtop.com  ;I am planing for bitcoin business in china,if you interesting mail me:swemp@qq.com or skype: swemp.chen QQ:970617
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May 07, 2012, 05:18:00 AM
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I have rented a large room at a restaurant for Tuesday May 8th at 7PM for all of us to meet and discuss how to use Bitcoins to make more money in our businesses.
Most of the people I am inviting are vendors or customers of MemoryDealers.com,  but anyone who is interested is welcome to come.
Please invite any other business person who is interested in Bitcoins!
The more people who come,  the better!
My Chinese Bitcoin friend who lives in New York is also with me,  and will explain Bitcoins to everyone in Chinese.

(大家好,
我是郭一夫来自纽约市。 我是Roger的Bitcoin朋友。 作为他的翻译,告诉你们关于Bitcoins的信息.)


Location:

NAME OF PLACE: 深圳.江南厨子.福华店
ADDRESS:深圳市福田区福华一路中心城UG层FUG003铺(地铁会展中心站B出口)
Room Reservation name: 郭先生的包间
TEL: 0755-82801105
Website:  http://xihucy.com/cn/lsjg_fuhua.asp


Time:
May 8th at 7PM


Free dinner is included with the meeting.
Please email me with about how many people you will bring so I know how much food to order.
If more people decide to come later,  that is fine.
I'm also happy to discuss Cisco / Transceiver business at any time.

See you soon!




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May 07, 2012, 07:10:00 AM
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Would there be some videos or text records of your meeting? I'm not able to get to Shenzhen, but I definitely will like to know what will have been going on there. Smiley

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May 07, 2012, 07:20:01 AM
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I will try to make a recording and put it online.

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May 07, 2012, 07:42:24 AM
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I will try to make a recording and put it online.

The use of bitcoin is pretty clearly illegal in China. Though there is no reason to expect illegality to stop Chinese people from using bitcoin, you might want to reconsider making recordings.

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May 07, 2012, 07:49:12 AM
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I will try to make a recording and put it online.

The use of bitcoin is pretty clearly illegal in China. Though there is no reason to expect illegality to stop Chinese people from using bitcoin, you might want to reconsider making recordings.

From what I understand,  bitcoin would only be illegal if used for trading physical goods.
It would be no problem for virtual items.

After speaking to hundreds of Chinese in the last few days,  not a single one have expressed concern over the legality.


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May 07, 2012, 07:55:01 AM
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If you're ever in Northern China, Beijing, Shenyang, Harbin or something like that please feel free to PM me.

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May 07, 2012, 08:02:24 AM
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There are currently no Bitcoin wallet apps in the China Android app store.
Can someone submit some ASASP?

In China,  currently no one with an Android phone can use Bitcoin.

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May 07, 2012, 08:49:20 AM
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From what I understand,  bitcoin would only be illegal if used for trading physical goods.
It would be no problem for virtual items.

After speaking to hundreds of Chinese in the last few days,  not a single one have expressed concern over the legality.



That is my understanding too, but you shouldn't focus on the letter of the law in China. It is is more important that there is some sort of prohibition. This means you need to be cautious about doing things in overt and public way. I would not film or record customers and business associates in a public youku/youtube video. No one cares about bitcoin now. The video won't cause any problems as long as this remains true. If some day someone decides to care about bitcoin, then the video could be used as an excuse to make trouble for your Chinese customers and business associates. No need to make a video, so in my opinion you shouldn't. Of course, it is up to you.




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May 07, 2012, 10:15:11 AM
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There are currently no Bitcoin wallet apps in the China Android app store.
Can someone submit some ASASP?

In China,  currently no one with an Android phone can use Bitcoin.

Windows?

And how about iPhone?

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May 07, 2012, 05:31:40 PM
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Feel free to show them http://www.satoshidice.com/chinese.php

Though not sure if that helps with the legality Wink

Go kick ass Roger!
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May 07, 2012, 05:40:27 PM
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Good luck!

And if there is ever a bitcoin meetup or conference in Hong Kong or Macau, let me know.

I think a mainland meetup is brilliant, by the way.
Despite its limited depth, the mainland economy is truly mind boggling in breadth.
Talk about untapped potential, especially considering the Chinese diaspora.

If you can get the word out, I think this meetup has potential.

Do let us know how it goes!  Smiley
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May 07, 2012, 05:52:54 PM
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Based on the response I have so far,  I am sure we could get a turnout of several hundred people if I planned it more than one day in advance.

Maybe I will put together something further in advance for next year.

Almost all the Chinese who have heard about Bitcoins are very interested.

I'm already sure that this trip will start a fair amount of legitimate business, paid via Bitcoins, between some Chinese suppliers and Russian customers.
 (both countries have strict currency controls)

I will report back after the actual meeting.

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May 07, 2012, 07:25:39 PM
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Based on the response I have so far,  I am sure we could get a turnout of several hundred people if I planned it more than one day in advance.

Maybe I will put together something further in advance for next year.

Almost all the Chinese who have heard about Bitcoins are very interested.

I'm already sure that this trip will start a fair amount of legitimate business, paid via Bitcoins, between some Chinese suppliers and Russian customers.
 (both countries have strict currency controls)

I will report back after the actual meeting.


That's some very good news, thanks for reporting Smiley

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May 08, 2012, 12:23:12 PM
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I will try to make a recording and put it online.

The use of bitcoin is pretty clearly illegal in China. Though there is no reason to expect illegality to stop Chinese people from using bitcoin, you might want to reconsider making recordings.

This is China. We people do what we think is right by our conciousness rather than legal. Should 90% of the small enterprise disappear if the tax law is fully applied. The law itself here is illigal, as this government is not authorized by the people.


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May 08, 2012, 01:18:25 PM
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Follow me on twitter for live updates.

@rogerkver


The killer bitcoin app may have just been brainstormed!

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May 08, 2012, 02:00:03 PM
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Not bad! 

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May 08, 2012, 03:37:36 PM
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Hi Roger, nice to meet you in SZ. Thanks for the great dinner and the arrangement of this meetup
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May 08, 2012, 04:27:29 PM
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I'm glad everyone could come.

I would love to allow bitinstant.com to allow anyone in china to buy Bitcoins for cash.

Can someone help me find a company in China,  that allows people to deposit cash in exchange for credit online?

An example in America is trustcash.com

Please help find something in China!


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