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  • Re: Bacloud.com Offering Linux and Windows dedicated and VPS servers for Bitcoins.

    Looks good! I'll remember to checkout your Linux VPS options the next time I want to deploy a box. Where are the server locations, all in Lithuania or spread around the globe? The only concern I have at this point is the speed, other VPS providers offer GBit internet even for small VPS instances. Is this something that you will be offering as well? /Thanks!

  • Re: The Tatiana Show (Oct 11)

    Sometimes special episodes go out without magic words. Just enjoy the content and listen to the next show for a new magic word!

  • Re: Indacoin - buy bitcoins with Visa/Mastercard in over 100 countries without registration

    @indacoin

    @c44c Looks like they have a 50% markup on the prices, probably as a means of taking some of the costs of change backs. Still, if the BTC or ETH are in fact paid out, then it's hard to prevent a chargeback to the purchaser.

    By limiting the user to buy smaller amounts is another way to limit the liability for indacoins.

    The current markup is less than 20%. Please let us know if you are interested to test our service and we’ll provide you with 5% discount coupons.

    Ah good. The BTC list price was something like 928 USD when I check this morning (compared to 600-ish USD on coinbase). Maybe I'll try out the service later, but I'm all out of available funds at the moment. Thanks!

  • Re: Indacoin - buy bitcoins with Visa/Mastercard in over 100 countries without registration

    Looks like they have a 50% markup on the prices, probably as a means of taking some of the costs of change backs. Still, if the BTC or ETH are in fact paid out, then it's hard to prevent a chargeback to the purchaser.

    By limiting the user to buy smaller amounts is another way to limit the liability for indacoins.

  • Re: Proof of quality problems: The magic world of the day (Dash Across America: Cryptocurrency Panel at Jackalope Freedom Festival) don't work...

    Sometimes the magic word works after a few days, it hasn't worked for me either but try again in a day or two. We still have a couple more days before it times out. In the meantime maybe the LTB backoffice can have a look and see why the magic word isn't being recognised.

  • Re: How much time took a pending approval of a new blog post ?!?!

    As there has been a ton of spam across the forum, the admins have had to crack down on what gets posted and what gets canceled. If your post was considered too spammy, it probably won't get posted. Otherwise, if it was OK, be patient and I'm sure the admins will allow it sooner or later.

  • Re: [ hubDSP ] The Advertising Engine To Drive Marketing Into the Future

    @btcdroid This post feels spammy to me. Maybe it's my bias against buzzwords like "demand-side platform", or my bias against more data-mining fueled targeted advertising. Or both. Blech.

    Geez, I so want to click the "Flag/Report" button.

    Well, the poster is trying to market some kind of add business, it's non-BTC related (?) yet the poster found it necessary to post it here as their first and only post. How about flagging it and let the admins decide? :)

    Rather than making an ad for themselves, the poster might want to describe why their platform is great and what they would want to change somehow in the business. Surely a marketing firm could change the text to reflect this aspect instead of making an ad for themselves.

  • Re: Spam!

    @adam, Sounds good, I guess will have to help each other reporting spam and doing the manual cleanup until a more robust system is in place. Another suggestion is that new users are not allowed to post links until say after 5 posts or something. Sure we would have a bunch of attempts at workarounds like w w w . go o g l e . c o m and so, but at least it cuts back on their attempts to boost their SEO ranking.

  • Re: Spam!

    @Cryptonaut, @adam From the looks of it, the spam posts are being published on average every 5 sec. It looks like they are running some kind of script that keeps posting, as it wouldn't be feasible to manually make a copy&paste post in that short time frame?

    How about a crypto centric captcha system? ;)

  • Re: Spam!

    Some kind of limiting is needed as there are several new users spamming all over the forums. If all required is a user account, maybe look to what other forums do, limit the new user from only posting in a separate section, have the user wait xyz amount of time between posts, or as suggested, require some new forum token or some other kind of approval.

    Maybe require the user to type in one of the weeks magic words prior to posting? This would be limiting to non-english users, but in this case I don't think the these Chinese spammers would ever bother to listen prior to posting. It's a cat and mouse game, and right now the mice are spamming while the cats are away.

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