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I still have a large chunk of the 30% to distribute - can anybody recommend underfunded worthy crypto projects to distribute shares to, so that if LTS is successful, these projects will benefit from it. So far I've got -

Decentralized Bitcoin Prediction Markets
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475054.0      
                                                            
Bitmark project
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=660544.0
http://www.dolpshare.com/
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=625466.0
http://www.dolphincoin.org/


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Hey, how about the Truthcoin guy? He has some ideas for an SVD-based prediction market thing; sounded like he really knew the math but needed funding to hire developers. He is member Asymmetric Information on this forum, check out thread https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=3916.msg49240#msg49240

Yep, got a donation in there for him.
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Hey, how about the Truthcoin guy? He has some ideas for an SVD-based prediction market thing; sounded like he really knew the math but needed funding to hire developers. He is member Asymmetric Information on this forum, check out thread https://bitsharestalk.org/index.php?topic=3916.msg49240#msg49240
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I am not entirely sure how bitcoin public keys work, so this might not be possible, but if you want to be lex luther.. Write code that finds addresses that have deposited into the dice sites and are still active.  :)

not a bad idea, but I think we have most of those users on our distribution list already via the bitcoin sharedrop. more looking for ambitious crypto projects that need on-going funding.
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make a deal with satoshi-dice or some bitcoin gambling site, say, .. people who register in the next 30 days get a free portion of lottoshares, or something like that.

good idea, but a bit late for me, need to have this locked down in the next few hours.
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FreeTrade, I don't know if you're a marijuana enthusiast or not but if so...

MPP accepts bitcoin through bitpay.

maybe we could get them to make their own wallet, then airdrop 0.5% or some such on them.

it's an american lobbying group, but if america legalizes the rest of the world loses their excuse.

Thanks, but just looking for crypto projects. I found before that trying to gift altcoins to charitable organizations was wasteful and frustrating.
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I am not entirely sure how bitcoin public keys work, so this might not be possible, but if you want to be lex luther.. Write code that finds addresses that have deposited into the dice sites and are still active.  :)
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make a deal with satoshi-dice or some bitcoin gambling site, say, .. people who register in the next 30 days get a free portion of lottoshares, or something like that.

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FreeTrade, I don't know if you're a marijuana enthusiast or not but if so...

MPP accepts bitcoin through bitpay.

maybe we could get them to make their own wallet, then airdrop 0.5% or some such on them.

it's an american lobbying group, but if america legalizes the rest of the world loses their excuse.

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BitXbay,
OpenBazaar,
P2Pool,
Bitcoin Island (Bali)


any others?
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I still have a large chunk of the 30% to distribute - can anybody recommend underfunded worthy crypto projects to distribute shares to, so that if LTS is successful, these projects will benefit from it. So far I've got -

Decentralized Bitcoin Prediction Markets
1M5tVTtynuqiS7Goq8hbh5UBcxLaa5XQb8
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=475054.0      
                                                            
Bitmark project
18rai2ichzUfXG6PVmUQLNPqBjtctnVRAD
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=660544.0
“People should be more sophisticated? How are you gonna get that done?” - Jerry Seinfeld reply to Bill Maher