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May 17, 2011, 04:00:06 PM
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Unfortunately I cannot help because I am not a programmer and can't script. But the problem is there. Our bitcoin related info and shop sites are not pretty enough, are too convoluted, technical, and look too amateur to be accepted by a flock of non-tech newcomers. We need to get a lot closer to Apple's design sense to get the hipster crowd, who would be most likely among non-nerds to get into the market. Practically every site looks beta right now. This is not acceptable to the hipster crowd. On the software side, running command lines is instant turnoff to the non-tech-savvy-majority.

Understandably all of the btc related companies are pretty short on money but they need to find a way to get all of the GUIs and shopping sites to come out looking like something in the 'normal' online business world. Who cares if a programmer can hack and is a linux guru. The public wants graphic artists so bitcoin doesn't look sketchy.

Shoutout to the guy behind bitcoincharts.com, that site looks real nice for the more advanced investor and has no 'bitcoin site handicap' imo. It stands up against any trading statistic site. It's the sites doing the exchanging of btc that bother me. Hope someone finds the capital/time to get the next revisions of homepages looking nice. And expand the FAQs while they're at it.

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July 10, 2015, 06:09:09 PM
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Check out our site and give us some feedback! Smiley

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July 10, 2015, 06:23:54 PM
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Since most of the projects are non-profitable business regards to Bitcoin, I didn't get your point about Linux guru but it gives me a thought that as most of the developers and professional all over the world contribute the Linux distros, likewise we are in the need the same development to Bitcoin projects as well, still Bitcoin has not been reached to the most of the techie-savvy people, it is us, who should take initiative to spread the awareness of Bitcoin technology, and also we need sort of individual campaign to teach and educate about the Bitcoins to others, so any members interested to organize such non-profitable campaign projects, I am ready to contribute as a volunteer in such initiative.

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July 10, 2015, 06:24:07 PM
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I can't believe necromancers do exists even in today's time.  Cheesy

To OP, everything has changed. The GUIs of online stores and bitcoin-related services are now appealing to the hipster crowd you're talking about. We have somewhat experienced a drastic change in everything! If you are still here, check out different stores out there ready to offer you great deals with your bitcoin (if you still have some, given that this was posted 4 years ago.)














 

 

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July 10, 2015, 07:39:07 PM
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I don't know, when I am looking at a service, I look mostly at the service and not the shiny things.  But also I disagree, I think that many websites I visit are well designed and look good.  I guess it is just a matter of opinion.
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July 11, 2015, 12:07:59 AM
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2011 *Wow a Necro thread* lol
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