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October 25, 2014, 10:16:44 AM
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I've been thinking of making some sort of brotherhood or fellowship or some masonic group about bitcoins or cryptocurrencies..
Wondering if anyone would join or if its a retarded idea

EDIT 1:

Planned Requirements
  • Cryptocurrency Enthusiast
  • Knowledgeable about Bitcoin
  • PGP Key for authentication
more being planned

So hopefully the group/fraternity/space will be hosting meetups around the world,
arrange shared businesses and help each other out maybe (as we are a brotherhood)

A webpage is also being planned where we'll be showing announcements for meetups, allowing registrations,
and displaying each of our members' partnered businesses

Early contributors will be of high position once we're establised

EDIT 2:

We are now looking for a name, please contact me through PM
email : sirlolicon@hotmail.com or post here to get more info, contribute, or
suggest a name Smiley

PGP: https://keybase.io/sirlolicon/key.asc

EDIT 3:

RULES SECTION

The rules are still under construction.
as of now, until these are set in stone in our under-construction website,
these are still subject to change.

GENERAL RULES

1. Dishonesty to fellow members of the group will not be tolerated.
Be completely honest, and scamming within BitcoinTalk and the group will NOT be tolerated.

2. Always verify/sign your messages when talking about business and/or contributing to the group.

RULES ON FUNDING

Later on we'll need funds, which will be held by the treasurer(s),
requested by officers to be dispersed and approved by the founders.
     Treasurers will need to verify messages with their PGP signature every time they even think about handling the funds, and treasurers will be chosen by the community

The rest of the members of the group will be a committee in keeping
the officers in check by making votes if the funds should be dispersed.
     Unless the community wants a smaller group of representatives

the founders will have 2/3 voting power with each founder having 1/3 and
the rest of committee will have 1/3 in total.
        If the founders both agree on something and the whole committee disagree, the officers will take part in the vote and have 1/2 voting power in total

Funds will be used for keeping the forum alive or any asset owned by the
group (shares, miners, websites, buildings, companies, etc.)

FORUMUnder Construction:
http://cryptic.club/forum

Regards,
SirLolicon

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October 25, 2014, 06:07:07 PM
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We could call it the bitilluminati, and when we make our new bit order, the main currency will be bitcoins.
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October 25, 2014, 06:10:26 PM
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We could call it the bitilluminati, and when we make our new bit order, the main currency will be bitcoins.

Sounds like a plan!

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October 25, 2014, 06:11:21 PM
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Now, we can make a secret underground base. Everyone loves secret underground bases. Anyone know any architects?

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October 25, 2014, 07:59:24 PM
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A secret society forms in a public forum --- anyone else sees the irony in that?
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October 25, 2014, 08:48:32 PM
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Would there be a secret hand shake and all that stuff ?

I could run the South West of England clan Smiley

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October 26, 2014, 12:21:51 AM
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Would there be a secret hand shake and all that stuff ?

I could run the South West of England clan Smiley

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Great idea! The handshake can be a regular handshake, except there is a physical Bitcoin in hand with the words "BiTILlum1nat1" on it. (Bitilluminati) They coin is passed from hand to hand, if you have the exact text, you are a true member of the bitilluminati!

The secret entrance to the base is hidden in the blockchain....
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October 26, 2014, 12:41:42 AM
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I wasn't thinking of a secret organization,
More of a private, exclusive brotherhood where
We could have private meetups, shared businesses
Extended contacts and the like..

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October 26, 2014, 01:05:09 AM
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I wasn't thinking of a secret organization,
More of a private, exclusive brotherhood where
We could have private meetups, shared businesses
Extended contacts and the like..

The bitilluminati can have meetings where we have a private meeting on how to make bitcoins through manipulat-er, I mean, uhhhhhhh legal ways! Extended contacts sounds cool! The bitilluminati can have the illumin-er, I meant nice people as the extended contacts!
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October 26, 2014, 01:07:49 AM
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The difference between the illuminati and the bitilluminati is that the illuminati want a currency where they control it, but the bitilluminati want a decentralized currency in the new bit order
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October 26, 2014, 01:10:17 AM
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Reminds me of guilds from the old days. It'd be interesting if enough people were interested in the concept
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October 26, 2014, 01:21:11 AM
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I wasn't thinking of a secret organization,
More of a private, exclusive brotherhood where
We could have private meetups, shared businesses
Extended contacts and the like..

The bitilluminati can have meetings where we have a private meeting on how to make bitcoins through manipulat-er, I mean, uhhhhhhh legal ways! Extended contacts sounds cool! The bitilluminati can have the illumin-er, I meant nice people as the extended contacts!

Seems legit!

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October 26, 2014, 01:28:52 AM
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So is anyone here who isn't trolling willing to give actual feedback and ideas?

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October 26, 2014, 01:30:59 AM
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I think meet ups are nice.  I wish I could go to more conferences.  I think you could do a group who talks about coins, share knowledge.  It could be really good idea.

I don't know if I would call it a Fraternity.  I don't think having  secret traditions will really happen.  I could see it more to being compared to a hacker space/ maker space.   Would be great if someone started a physical site for people to come anytime and see others who are interested in crypto coins in person.
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October 26, 2014, 01:32:48 AM
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So is anyone here who isn't trolling willing to give actual feedback and ideas?

Done above Smiley.  I think a physical site would really take off.  Just a LOT of work starting. 

Again can look at hacker space/maker space that some cities have.
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October 26, 2014, 01:36:08 AM
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I think meet ups are nice.  I wish I could go to more conferences.  I think you could do a group who talks about coins, share knowledge.  It could be really good idea.

I don't know if I would call it a Fraternity.  I don't think having  secret traditions will really happen.  I could see it more to being compared to a hacker space/ maker space.   Would be great if someone started a physical site for people to come anytime and see others who are interested in crypto coins in person.

True, well then it'd be a group at the very least.
I'd like it to be a somehow exclusive group though so itd have some uniqueness compared to other groups

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I think meet ups are nice.  I wish I could go to more conferences.  I think you could do a group who talks about coins, share knowledge.  It could be really good idea.

I don't know if I would call it a Fraternity.  I don't think having  secret traditions will really happen.  I could see it more to being compared to a hacker space/ maker space.   Would be great if someone started a physical site for people to come anytime and see others who are interested in crypto coins in person.

True, well then it'd be a group at the very least.
I'd like it to be a somehow exclusive group though so itd have some uniqueness compared to other groups


I think a physical location would do this.  Years back I went to a "Hacker Space", was a really nice experience.  I learned everything from computer security to more of the make side of 3D printing.    If you look you will see quite a few Hacker/Maker Spaces.

If you could get a "Bitcoin Space" for lack of better term it would be unique as it having a physical location.  I have been at the start of one of the Hacker/Maker space and can say it's a lot off work.  Specifically if you want to be recognized as a non-profit organization(501 C3). 
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October 26, 2014, 01:55:53 AM
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I think meet ups are nice.  I wish I could go to more conferences.  I think you could do a group who talks about coins, share knowledge.  It could be really good idea.

I don't know if I would call it a Fraternity.  I don't think having  secret traditions will really happen.  I could see it more to being compared to a hacker space/ maker space.   Would be great if someone started a physical site for people to come anytime and see others who are interested in crypto coins in person.

True, well then it'd be a group at the very least.
I'd like it to be a somehow exclusive group though so itd have some uniqueness compared to other groups


I think a physical location would do this.  Years back I went to a "Hacker Space", was a really nice experience.  I learned everything from computer security to more of the make side of 3D printing.    If you look you will see quite a few Hacker/Maker Spaces.

If you could get a "Bitcoin Space" for lack of better term it would be unique as it having a physical location.  I have been at the start of one of the Hacker/Maker space and can say it's a lot off work.  Specifically if you want to be recognized as a non-profit organization(501 C3). 

Sounds interesting, yeah.
Wanna work on it with me?

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October 26, 2014, 02:52:06 AM
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Would there be any requirements to join the association?
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October 26, 2014, 03:20:07 AM
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I think meet ups are nice.  I wish I could go to more conferences.  I think you could do a group who talks about coins, share knowledge.  It could be really good idea.

I don't know if I would call it a Fraternity.  I don't think having  secret traditions will really happen.  I could see it more to being compared to a hacker space/ maker space.   Would be great if someone started a physical site for people to come anytime and see others who are interested in crypto coins in person.

True, well then it'd be a group at the very least.
I'd like it to be a somehow exclusive group though so itd have some uniqueness compared to other groups


I think a physical location would do this.  Years back I went to a "Hacker Space", was a really nice experience.  I learned everything from computer security to more of the make side of 3D printing.    If you look you will see quite a few Hacker/Maker Spaces.

If you could get a "Bitcoin Space" for lack of better term it would be unique as it having a physical location.  I have been at the start of one of the Hacker/Maker space and can say it's a lot off work.  Specifically if you want to be recognized as a non-profit organization(501 C3). 
Sounds interesting, yeah.
Wanna work on it with me?

This sounds better then the bitilluminati sadly
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