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June 24, 2012, 09:42:40 PM
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Hi Newbies!

If you want some free Bitcoins to get started with check us out at:

http://www.bitvisitor.com

We offer instant payouts and you only need a Bitcoin address (easily obtained from http://www.instawallet.org) to get started. You get paid every time you visit an advertiser website.

Enjoy! 
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June 24, 2012, 09:49:03 PM
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.96 mBTC?

millionth of a BTC?  what the heck does that mean  Undecided

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June 24, 2012, 09:54:47 PM
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learn your Si units, it means 0.96 milliBTC, or 0.96 x10^-3

go do middle school.
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June 24, 2012, 10:31:13 PM
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learn your Si units, it means 0.96 milliBTC, or 0.96 x10^-3

go do middle school.

Why can't the guy just say what the real BTC value is?  Gotta do this "complex middle school" math shit on me.

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June 24, 2012, 10:43:09 PM
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0.96 mBTC is the real value. I don't know what you're smoking.
if you wanted to write it out it would be 0.00096.

its not complex. just divide by 1000
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June 24, 2012, 10:54:47 PM
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0.96 mBTC is the real value. I don't know what you're smoking.
if you wanted to write it out it would be 0.00096.

its not complex. just divide by 1000

I don't know why you are disrespecting me?  You want me to buy more silver from you, don't you?

The point is.  This guy is making it look like you get more BTC with a shady approach.  Most people don't know what an mBTC is.

Now, stop being a Canadian with an attitude, go sell your silver and surveys and be a good business man.  Disrespecting your customers is not going to get you far.

I surely wont be buying silver from you again.

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June 24, 2012, 10:58:13 PM
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I don't recall selling silver to you...
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June 24, 2012, 11:21:09 PM
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I don't recall selling silver to you...

I bought a 1 ounce canadian maple from you.

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June 26, 2012, 03:27:58 AM
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Nice.  Cheesy

A suggestion: Instead of sending payment after visiting EACH website, allows users to pay after accumulated a bigger amount.

How about a "Pay" button on top of the page?

If user click "Pay" then send accumulated payments immediately, if user doesn't click Pay AND doesn't continue to visit another website, then pay after a predefined period, say 10 minutes. It helps to reduce fragmentation, which in turn save you (and users) transaction fees.

Hi Newbies!

If you want some free Bitcoins to get started with check us out at:

http://www.bitvisitor.com

We offer instant payouts and you only need a Bitcoin address (easily obtained from http://www.instawallet.org) to get started. You get paid every time you visit an advertiser website.

Enjoy! 
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June 26, 2012, 08:22:18 AM
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A suggestion: Instead of sending payment after visiting EACH website, allows users to pay after accumulated a bigger amount.

How about a "Pay" button on top of the page?

If user click "Pay" then send accumulated payments immediately, if user doesn't click Pay AND doesn't continue to visit another website, then pay after a predefined period, say 10 minutes. It helps to reduce fragmentation, which in turn save you (and users) transaction fees.
Yeah, that would be nice. Although it's cool to get free BTC, it's not so cool to have a flooded wallet: I'd prefer rarer but bigger transactions (with the choice as to when to trigger them).
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