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May 23, 2012, 01:01:39 AM
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I'll give you 150 SC.

also obviously not a business man... once a bitcoin site is created it can be extended easily to support any Crypto-currency. Any that exist today or any in the future....

Any possible crypto-currency that may ever exist? If you've got an engine for predicting the future, 150 BTC just got a lot more reasonable.

One Question! Have you done any programming that makes RPC calls to bitcoind?

Yes, I have indeed. (And honestly, that's no measure of understanding - it takes 3 lines in Python with a decent library)

"Any cryptocurrency forked off a version of Bitcoin supporting JSON-RPC" is rather different than a blanket "any cryptocurrency", at least in my opinion.

On an irrelevant note, I'm curious why you invested in FB. Overvalued IMO, and the market seems to agree, at least right now.

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May 23, 2012, 02:20:38 AM
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I'll give you 150 SC.

also obviously not a business man... once a bitcoin site is created it can be extended easily to support any Crypto-currency. Any that exist today or any in the future....

Any possible crypto-currency that may ever exist? If you've got an engine for predicting the future, 150 BTC just got a lot more reasonable.

One Question! Have you done any programming that makes RPC calls to bitcoind?

Yes, I have indeed. (And honestly, that's no measure of understanding - it takes 3 lines in Python with a decent library)

"Any cryptocurrency forked off a version of Bitcoin supporting JSON-RPC" is rather different than a blanket "any cryptocurrency", at least in my opinion.

On an irrelevant note, I'm curious why you invested in FB. Overvalued IMO, and the market seems to agree, at least right now.

FB is a crappy company. will not exist in the long term, however when you see an opportunity you should take it. The stock price will go up and when it does I will dump it, I didnt expect it to drop so fast though.

SolidCoins were crap and I knew that, but when they were released I invested and made about 100 BTC in 4 days when they were at $30 a piece... sweet huh?

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May 23, 2012, 12:48:41 PM
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Is this site up and fully functional ? I am willing to look at it in full running form and consider the price or make you an offer that I think its worth.

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May 23, 2012, 11:05:29 PM
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Is this site up and fully functional ? I am willing to look at it in full running form and consider the price or make you an offer that I think its worth.

No the site isnt up an running right now. If you can wait until the weekend I will put it back up this Saturday. I will PM you with the url when its up.

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