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July 27, 2012, 04:56:01 PM
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Cheaper In Bitcoins interest is to provide merchants with a place to sell items or services securely and anonymously, Cheaper In Bitcoins uses a WOT Rating system that will provide the confidence the customer needs to purchase with out knowing the merchants address or personal information.

We have been verified by GLBSE and will be using the funds to help assist with Q & A,  marketing, development of providing merchants with ways to easily start selling. Our main goal is merchants, merchants, merchants, its a proven fact that the more opportunities for customers to purchase items(or services) the more the economy can thrive, the more the economy can thrive the more customers will join that economy and thus a domino effect of Bitcoin arising to a broad range of adaptors.

GLBSE page: https://glbse.com/asset/view/CHEAPERINBITCOINS-STOCKS


*The first step for CIB was to build a marketing platform for merchants to sell items or services anonymously. (Completed)

*The second step is to collect non-personal information about merchant and customer buying/selling habits. (In-Progress)

*The third step is to improve the platform so transactions can move more fluidly with the collected data

*The fourth step is to make a decision at this point to redistribute the software by either open-source or most likely selling it -- which ever is more profitable. (To those persons who have donated $100 in Bitcoin value in past will get software for free no matter what)
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July 28, 2012, 03:32:06 AM
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Love it.  I really appreciate that this business is something that supports the development of bitcoin merchant/consumer relationship and +1 for anonymity. It is unfortunate that at this time there are so many lured toward high return/high risk securities leaving less to invest for the development of ideas that will build bitcoin infrastructure towards wider acceptance.   I'll definitely look into this more fully.

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