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October 28, 2014, 11:07:37 PM
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What is the point of a Bitcoin social network? The elite would rather meet behind closed doors in europe surrounded by attractive ladies, security, drinks, some snacks, the works. The most beautiful part is that it would be exclusive and so no one would harrass you with their stupid crap.

Funny how you guys talk about this exclusive Bitcoin "elite". You make it sound like they're freemasons or something. I thought the whole point of btc is the fact that there is no elite and we are all equal, no?

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October 28, 2014, 11:15:40 PM
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What is the point of a Bitcoin social network? The elite would rather meet behind closed doors in europe surrounded by attractive ladies, security, drinks, some snacks, the works. The most beautiful part is that it would be exclusive and so no one would harrass you with their stupid crap.

Funny how you guys talk about this exclusive Bitcoin "elite". You make it sound like they're freemasons or something. I thought the whole point of btc is the fact that there is no elite and we are all equal, no?

Quite the opposite, Bitcoin is capitalistic in it's nature, not socialistic, I guess you could say that the whole point of BTC is the fact that there are people that the value of their life is less than a dogs, there are also people that are worth as much as thousands of "normal" people.
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October 28, 2014, 11:23:47 PM
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Thanks moriartybitcoin!   We're working hard over here!  We are currently working on an application framework to allow developers to create apps for inside of CryptoBucket.

We are not interested in selling the site. Smiley

No worries! Good luck with it!!

I own BitMeetup.com which is also a social networking site for bitcoin but it looks like your website has more functionality.  *IF* you ever consider selling, please let me know!

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October 28, 2014, 11:46:24 PM
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What is the point of a Bitcoin social network? The elite would rather meet behind closed doors in europe surrounded by attractive ladies, security, drinks, some snacks, the works. The most beautiful part is that it would be exclusive and so no one would harrass you with their stupid crap.

Funny how you guys talk about this exclusive Bitcoin "elite". You make it sound like they're freemasons or something. I thought the whole point of btc is the fact that there is no elite and we are all equal, no?

Quite the opposite, Bitcoin is capitalistic in it's nature, not socialistic, I guess you could say that the whole point of BTC is the fact that there are people that the value of their life is less than a dogs, there are also people that are worth as much as thousands of "normal" people.

I didn't mean socialistic, I meant there shouldn't be an elite within btc in the sense that we're all in this together and need as many people on board as possible to benefit us all, so I wouldn't want potential new adopters to feel like their first day at school like get the feeling they don't belong or that there's some special "club" within btc they're not invited to join. I know some people will hate that vibe and not get involved + take their money somewhere else. Know what I mean?

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October 28, 2014, 11:52:15 PM
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Here's another crypto social network startup:

https://cryptoconnecta.com/



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October 29, 2014, 05:52:21 AM
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What is the point of a Bitcoin social network? The elite would rather meet behind closed doors in europe surrounded by attractive ladies, security, drinks, some snacks, the works. The most beautiful part is that it would be exclusive and so no one would harrass you with their stupid crap.

Well first of all, social network site for bitcoiners creates trust. Make it more easy to transact with BTC.

We already have Bitcoin-OTC for that without trusting a TTP.

Can you see your friends' day to day activity with bitcoin otc?
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November 10, 2014, 04:34:59 PM
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Here is another good one www.socialcrypto.net

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November 11, 2014, 12:22:54 AM
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Bitcointalk.org has replaced all my social networks.  Grin

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November 11, 2014, 04:36:22 AM
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Bitcointalk.org has replaced all my social networks.  Grin

It's a great place indeed : ) tons of info. tons of sarcasm. lots of banter. what more could we ask for?

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November 12, 2014, 01:31:28 PM
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Here is another good one www.socialcrypto.net
I've opened the site. I then took to the register. there is a column to fill in the data. but after I completed no key registers. if it only happens on my internet networks or websites that are problem?
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November 12, 2014, 08:24:04 PM
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I have add my registration now, site really nice (but when i register very slow for activate)

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November 13, 2014, 12:44:05 AM
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Bitcointalk.org has replaced all my social networks.  Grin

It's a great place indeed : ) tons of info. tons of sarcasm. lots of banter. what more could we ask for?

Plus you don't need to reveal your offline identity. Who needs more?

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November 13, 2014, 01:47:12 AM
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Bitcointalk.org has replaced all my social networks.  Grin

It's a great place indeed : ) tons of info. tons of sarcasm. lots of banter. what more could we ask for?

Plus you don't need to reveal your offline identity. Who needs more?

True. Are you a spy?

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