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June 03, 2012, 05:48:03 PM
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So, I'm looking for a website that lets me upload a file, then charge people to download it. Basically, I want to know if there's a website like www.bitcoinservice.co.uk, except that site doesn't work for me. Are there other, similar services out there that work? Also, I've looked at CoinDL, but it doesn't suit my needs.

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June 03, 2012, 06:39:12 PM
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Make one for yourself
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June 03, 2012, 07:22:32 PM
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But those have all these fancy Internet words I don't understand!

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June 03, 2012, 07:27:35 PM
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But those have all these fancy Internet words I don't understand!

or do it the hacky way, make a zip file put a random password on it, then upload it to dropbox or something to host files then when people want the file password, they pay you, make sure you get them to sign a message with there address so you know someone aint trying to pull one of those "I downloaded but lost it can I get the password again" type scams.

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June 03, 2012, 07:29:14 PM
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I'd script this for BTC. Let me know Wink
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June 03, 2012, 07:32:19 PM
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But those have all these fancy Internet words I don't understand!

or do it the hacky way, make a zip file put a random password on it, then upload it to dropbox or something to host files then when people want the file password, they pay you, make sure you get them to sign a message with there address so you know someone aint trying to pull one of those "I downloaded but lost it can I get the password again" type scams.

I must say, this is sounding pretty good. If nothing else, I'll have to do this.

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And why not free Bitcoins?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83057

Great (read: best) old computer games for BTC:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85347.0
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June 03, 2012, 07:33:14 PM
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I'd script this for BTC. Let me know Wink

I'd ask about this, but I almost certainly can't afford it. Thanks anyways!

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June 03, 2012, 07:38:22 PM
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But those have all these fancy Internet words I don't understand!

or do it the hacky way, make a zip file put a random password on it, then upload it to dropbox or something to host files then when people want the file password, they pay you, make sure you get them to sign a message with there address so you know someone aint trying to pull one of those "I downloaded but lost it can I get the password again" type scams.

I must say, this is sounding pretty good. If nothing else, I'll have to do this.

as another idea just to make it more secure, send the zip to one person then after that person confirms they downloaded it, remove it then change the password, so they can't share, but you have to make sure the zip password is very random and long

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June 03, 2012, 07:44:19 PM
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But those have all these fancy Internet words I don't understand!

or do it the hacky way, make a zip file put a random password on it, then upload it to dropbox or something to host files then when people want the file password, they pay you, make sure you get them to sign a message with there address so you know someone aint trying to pull one of those "I downloaded but lost it can I get the password again" type scams.

I must say, this is sounding pretty good. If nothing else, I'll have to do this.

as another idea just to make it more secure, send the zip to one person then after that person confirms they downloaded it, remove it then change the password, so they can't share, but you have to make sure the zip password is very random and long

Thanks. Sent you a bitcent for your troubles. And this wonderful picture of Bill Nye eating a sandwich.

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And why not free Bitcoins?
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=83057

Great (read: best) old computer games for BTC:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=85347.0
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June 03, 2012, 07:52:30 PM
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But those have all these fancy Internet words I don't understand!

or do it the hacky way, make a zip file put a random password on it, then upload it to dropbox or something to host files then when people want the file password, they pay you, make sure you get them to sign a message with there address so you know someone aint trying to pull one of those "I downloaded but lost it can I get the password again" type scams.

I must say, this is sounding pretty good. If nothing else, I'll have to do this.

as another idea just to make it more secure, send the zip to one person then after that person confirms they downloaded it, remove it then change the password, so they can't share, but you have to make sure the zip password is very random and long

Thanks. Sent you a bitcent for your troubles. And this wonderful picture of Bill Nye eating a sandwich.

thank you and I will enjoy that picture cause Science works up an appetite js

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June 04, 2012, 03:04:53 AM
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Also, I've looked at CoinDL, but it doesn't suit my needs.

Due to fees, or the terms (e.g., content restrictions)?

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June 04, 2012, 04:23:37 AM
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Also, I've looked at CoinDL, but it doesn't suit my needs.

Due to fees, or the terms (e.g., content restrictions)?

Yeah. I'm leaning towards selling so-called 'abandonware', software where the copyright has either run out, the owning company has gone defuncy, or the original owner is hard to verify. I don't think the CoinDL people would go for that.

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May 15, 2013, 10:37:19 PM
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I know I'm digging up an old post, but if you're still interested in doing that, maybe our service provides the platform you need: http://btcfile.com

http://btcfile.com Sell digital content for bitcoins. No registration. No fee. Start selling your ebooks, music, videos, software or anything digital in seconds.
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May 16, 2013, 03:07:05 AM
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I know I'm digging up an old post, but if you're still interested in doing that, maybe our service provides the platform you need: http://btcfile.com

No encryption, this is a perfect way to spread wallet stealing trojans or viruses. This look so unsafe, I would never download a file from them.

hence...
http://www.coinuploads.com/

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May 16, 2013, 12:52:52 PM
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But those have all these fancy Internet words I don't understand!

or do it the hacky way, make a zip file put a random password on it, then upload it to dropbox or something to host files then when people want the file password, they pay you, make sure you get them to sign a message with there address so you know someone aint trying to pull one of those "I downloaded but lost it can I get the password again" type scams.

I must say, this is sounding pretty good. If nothing else, I'll have to do this.

as another idea just to make it more secure, send the zip to one person then after that person confirms they downloaded it, remove it then change the password, so they can't share, but you have to make sure the zip password is very random and long

This keeps them from sharing the original link, but then they could simply share the zip file (with the password, or even extract, re-zip and share that). So it really doesn't resolve that problem.

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May 16, 2013, 01:13:31 PM
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well, i have a lot of abandon
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May 16, 2013, 02:35:32 PM
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But those have all these fancy Internet words I don't understand!

or do it the hacky way, make a zip file put a random password on it, then upload it to dropbox or something to host files then when people want the file password, they pay you, make sure you get them to sign a message with there address so you know someone aint trying to pull one of those "I downloaded but lost it can I get the password again" type scams.

I must say, this is sounding pretty good. If nothing else, I'll have to do this.

as another idea just to make it more secure, send the zip to one person then after that person confirms they downloaded it, remove it then change the password, so they can't share, but you have to make sure the zip password is very random and long

This keeps them from sharing the original link, but then they could simply share the zip file (with the password, or even extract, re-zip and share that). So it really doesn't resolve that problem.

Once the person has the file, they can share it, no matter what, but it does solve the issue of preventing it and deterring people from doing it. He wasn't going to be sharing it to a 1 million people, only a few so I think that would work just fine. Unless of course you have a better idea, but this thread is old so I don't know why you feel necessary to comment on it.

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May 16, 2013, 02:47:21 PM
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But those have all these fancy Internet words I don't understand!

or do it the hacky way, make a zip file put a random password on it, then upload it to dropbox or something to host files then when people want the file password, they pay you, make sure you get them to sign a message with there address so you know someone aint trying to pull one of those "I downloaded but lost it can I get the password again" type scams.

I must say, this is sounding pretty good. If nothing else, I'll have to do this.

as another idea just to make it more secure, send the zip to one person then after that person confirms they downloaded it, remove it then change the password, so they can't share, but you have to make sure the zip password is very random and long

This keeps them from sharing the original link, but then they could simply share the zip file (with the password, or even extract, re-zip and share that). So it really doesn't resolve that problem.

Once the person has the file, they can share it, no matter what, but it does solve the issue of preventing it and deterring people from doing it. He wasn't going to be sharing it to a 1 million people, only a few so I think that would work just fine. Unless of course you have a better idea, but this thread is old so I don't know why you feel necessary to comment on it.

Yeah, that's my fault. I didn't check the date of who I was quoting (people need to stop resurrecting necro threads!).

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