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February 22, 2015, 08:21:50 AM
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Hello,

I have been in btc for a while now spent 20K on a mining set-up and have extended experience trading too. I am very passionate about btc for reasons a lot of people are not. Unless you are speculating or investing I don't think the price matters at all the befits for business owners, emerging markets and developing countries are huge - world changing. I believe the future of btc lies in remittance and the 3 billion unbanked people in the world. Now the dust has settled businesses are starting to understand that its also a cheaper medium of exchange that when set up correctly is also risk free.

I think the possibilities for the blockchian are endless and VERY exciting! it may just be bigger that the internet (The blockchain) Just remember it took 20 or so years for the web (not the internet) to become user friendly it once took two lines of code just to send a email!

I have learnt a lot on my btc discovery over the last few years and I am always learning more as everything moves at neck breaking speeds. This is something I want to pass on and help bridge the education gap about what is really going on here, the do's and don't, security, the blockchain, trading and so on. Hopefully people can learn from my mistakes and I can educate people. We are all in this together.

My plan is to start with a blog, where to buy, how to store, what mining is, market caps and much more I know there are many sites like this but my knowledge should not be wasted.
I would like some advice/feedback from newbies and veterans and what you would like to see in a one stop educational/resources website.

Once established I will offer services such at payment gateway integration, point of sale systems, open source ATMs and more I wont mention for now.

I based in Australia hoping to network here too Smiley
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February 22, 2015, 09:23:28 AM
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Well if you are going to run a blog you'll need to regularly post new content there. Possibly multiple new articles per day. Also it has to be unique with the layout, have some features that other blogs don't have etc. to get people into reading it. Interesting articles may get you few readers, but most of them are not returning users.
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February 22, 2015, 09:27:16 AM
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Thanks. Yeah I was thinking about starting with some guides then having tools/charts to bring people back Wink
maybe getting a community like a forum is best for this?
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February 22, 2015, 09:29:38 AM
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Thanks. Yeah I was thinking about starting with some guides then having tools/charts to bring people back Wink
maybe getting a community like a forum is best for this?
Yea that sounds good, remember to separate everything with tabs or something so the guides etc. you post first wont get lost under the newer posts.
Forum is good if you can get people to join it. I've owned a few forums previously and I can tell it's hard to get new members. You need to have a niche of some kind.
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February 22, 2015, 09:35:53 AM
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Yep. I guess having guides on home page then moving them once the site gets tractions aside from blog post what's the best way to bring people back? FREE btc? haha!~
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February 22, 2015, 09:45:14 AM
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My advice? Make sure you have enough at the start for ~6 months of hosting.

Don't expect it to be self-sustaining anytime close to the start.

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February 22, 2015, 01:20:03 PM
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My advice? Make sure you have enough at the start for ~6 months of hosting.

Don't expect it to be self-sustaining anytime close to the start.

This. Although hosting doesn't cost much. For example www.hosting24.com starting from 4,84$/month
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