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May 25, 2012, 04:58:46 AM
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Hi,

I did some facebook apps and thought it might be a good idea to do a bitcoin faucet app that not only acts as a faucet in the sense of the original faucet, but also as a foundation to connect with others using bitcoin on facebook.

version 1: you can provide a cash out address (it invites you to go to instawallet, etc ...) and receive a mBTC. If the faucet ran dry, it will send it to you later if you didn't remove the app by then.

version 2: you can see your friends that also use the bitcoin app.

version 3: it acts like an instawallet itself (per-account receiving address)

version 4: viral messages to the wall of friends ...

Who's interested? The Facebook-API-stuff - store user data in a database, determin first visits, provide a button to cash out the mBTC in PHP - is easy and I would do it. I never did the BTC part though.

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May 25, 2012, 05:11:56 AM
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Remember you are dealing with a closed system.

If it ever got popular enough for facebook to notice they would remove it.

Did you see how bad their IPO went? Smiley  Someone needs to buy those worthless facebook credits.  They don't want the sheep to know alternatives exist.
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May 25, 2012, 05:30:18 AM
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Remember you are dealing with a closed system.

If it ever got popular enough for facebook to notice they would remove it.

Did you see how bad their IPO went.  Someone needs to buy those worthless facebook credits.  They don't want the sheep to know alternatives exist.

I'm not talking about putting in years of work. Something like this we could do this weekend and apart from moving balance of the faucet between cold and hot storage not touch it later. (version 1)

Apart from that, getting kicked out is a good thing for publicity, too. Wouldn't worry for the weekend spent.

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