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May 23, 2011, 11:11:10 PM
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We are looking for partners with ~10,000 BTC or more to invest some bitcoin business ventures.

We run successful online and offline businesses that have generated multiple 7 figures USD in revenue in the last couple of years. We are looking for some people who got in early on BTC mining and have some extra BTC to invest in us.

If you have worked hard and earned a BTC fortune, and want to either support a pro-bitcoin economy project, or want to turn it into residual USD/BTC income, we want to talk to you!

btw this is not a lotto, a ponzi, an autosurf, a paid to click, a game, or a get rich quick/pyramid scheme. This is not a mining share opportunity. We are not asking for all the BTC up front, we are a legit company with contracts and employees.

This is a project that will attract more of the general internet population to bitcoin, as well as help support the bitcoin economy, not just the forex/trade and mining sectors.

Preferably we're looking for a BitCoin angel investment, but we could work with a BitCoin loan or a BitCoin investment to be paid back with USD plus BTC.

We're covering all USD fees, biz development, hardware costs, programming, marketing, sales, customer service, payment processing, accounting and other business headaches. We need your BTC expertise, and your bitcoin bankroll.

BTC ballers, PM me if you are interested in hearing more!

Brad
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May 24, 2011, 07:58:27 AM
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If you have run several businesses with millions of dollars in revenue,  you should have the $70,000 USD capital to buy the 10,000 BTC you claim you require.

Smells super fishy to me.

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May 24, 2011, 08:15:04 AM
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May 24, 2011, 08:31:37 PM
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If you have run several businesses with millions of dollars in revenue,  you should have the $70,000 USD capital to buy the 10,000 BTC you claim you require.

Smells super fishy to me.

Millions in revenue doesn't mean millions in the bank =P

It's not smart business to spend $70,000 on BTC when I'm sure we can find someone who could swim in his BTC pile like Scrooge McDuck.

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May 24, 2011, 11:04:54 PM
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It's not smart business to spend $70,000 on BTC when I'm sure we can find someone who could swim in his BTC pile like Scrooge McDuck.
Ask scrooge mc duck to buy 70k worth of BTC then Smiley

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May 25, 2011, 08:55:28 AM
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If you have run several businesses with millions of dollars in revenue,  you should have the $70,000 USD capital to buy the 10,000 BTC you claim you require.

Smells super fishy to me.

Millions in revenue doesn't mean millions in the bank =P

It's not smart business to spend $70,000 on BTC when I'm sure we can find someone who could swim in his BTC pile like Scrooge McDuck.


It's not smart business to be so sure.

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May 25, 2011, 09:00:35 AM
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The budget that we have available (USD) for the projects is going towards paying the designers, programmers and marketing/advertising to get the word out to more average internet users.

We've spoken with a few people already who have expressed interest in this venture. Thanks for all who have sent PMs.

Thanks to the trolls as well =P

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May 25, 2011, 09:03:09 AM
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Thanks to the trolls as well =P
It was a pleasure Cheesy
Good luck with your business !

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