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May 23, 2011, 03:06:48 AM
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I'm looking to start a website and need someone to set it up. There are some basic things I know I want, but I would like some consultation from someone who's set up sites before. I'll be paying in USD, but I want the site somewhat Bitcoin related. If you think you can help me out, let me know.

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May 23, 2011, 05:56:27 AM
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Why not pay in btc?

And more details on what you need done and any restricions would also go a long way in helping.

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May 23, 2011, 06:33:31 AM
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deploy LYME, attach [prefered]CMS, plug JSON support and you ready 2 go -)
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May 23, 2011, 07:57:34 PM
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Why not pay in btc?

And more details on what you need done and any restricions would also go a long way in helping.

I'm assuming I don't have enough to pay for these kinds of services.

As for what I need, I need to set up a site where people sign up, list things on a classifieds type format, and I get paid through upgraded listings,additional pictures, and ads. I'm also considering a ratings system and forum. When they list, I'd like a section that says what types of payment they'll accept, including Bitcoin.

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May 23, 2011, 08:39:39 PM
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Why not pay in btc?

And more details on what you need done and any restricions would also go a long way in helping.

I'm assuming I don't have enough to pay for these kinds of services.

As for what I need, I need to set up a site where people sign up, list things on a classifieds type format, and I get paid through upgraded listings,additional pictures, and ads. I'm also considering a ratings system and forum. When they list, I'd like a section that says what types of payment they'll accept, including Bitcoin.

use the bitcoin-otc rating system by requiring people to clearsign something when they sign up.
forum is fairly easy - but linking accounts together is a little harder (Steam/Valve don't bother for example)
the classifieds adds is not too hard either.

requesting payment in anything other than bitcoin will be the hardest thing - unless you want to pay the exorbitant fees of Paypal/Google Checkout

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May 23, 2011, 09:05:55 PM
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Why not pay in btc?

And more details on what you need done and any restricions would also go a long way in helping.

I'm assuming I don't have enough to pay for these kinds of services.

As for what I need, I need to set up a site where people sign up, list things on a classifieds type format, and I get paid through upgraded listings,additional pictures, and ads. I'm also considering a ratings system and forum. When they list, I'd like a section that says what types of payment they'll accept, including Bitcoin.

use the bitcoin-otc rating system by requiring people to clearsign something when they sign up.
forum is fairly easy - but linking accounts together is a little harder (Steam/Valve don't bother for example)
the classifieds adds is not too hard either.

requesting payment in anything other than bitcoin will be the hardest thing - unless you want to pay the exorbitant fees of Paypal/Google Checkout

I didn't think it would be too hard, for any who knows what they're doing. Unfortunately, that's not me. Well, I can do Paypal, or since I already have a business, use my merchant account to process card payments. But my main concern is allowing people to put what they'll accept for the items in my classified section (which I assume is actually the least of my concerns).

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May 24, 2011, 09:15:22 AM
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Hi,

I can do the job for you, i'm a website and logo designer and would probably use a Joomla with some Cart options but we may need somone to help me on the eccomerce side of things as i've never done a bitcoin payment site just regular USD or GBP sites Smiley

But drop me a PM, i'd rather work for BTC's as i'm new and wna start earning them NOW Smiley

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