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  • Re: Forum Moderators, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    I am interest and I have the time required for the job. But only if the forum is crypto currency or blockchain technology related.
    Could you please send me more information via pm?

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  • Bitcoin - Wall Street Journal 12/31/2016, par /u/mr_moore, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
    Bitcoin - Wall Street Journal 12/31/2016 submitted by /u/mr_moore
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  • How a bot can help with airline compensation, par Alexander Sumin, ClaimCompass, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: VentureBeat » Bitcoin :: RSS



    I was talking to Eric Bahn from 500 Startups the other night. He was telling me how he had once missed an investor meeting because his flight out of London got delayed — a scenario I’ve heard multiple times before. But Eric concluded with something that stood out to me:
    “I think the worst thing in all of this was the feeling of betrayal because of the complete absence of empathy or even slightest desire to help on behalf of the airline staff. Knowing that you’re at the mercy of these people sucks… it’s not like I can hop behind the desk and book myself on the next flight out.”
    Eric is spot on. I think part of the reason we’ve been seeing such a surge in disruptive technologies is because people are simply fed up with the continuously deteriorating service they’ve been receiving from the old school market leaders. We’ve never been more interconnected, and we expect that relationship to transpire across businesses and improve the service we receive. That’s why we opt for Airbnb instead of a large hotel chain, chose Uber over a taxi, and send Bitcoin instead of wiring money through a bank.
    But the airline industry seems to be harder to crack. It’s conservative, heavily regulated, and concentrated in the hands of few incumbents. What is seen as “disruption” seems to be nothing more than operational optimization and cost-cutting, which is followed by increasingly miserable user experience…and that is precisely where you find an opportunity to make a difference.
    Millions of passenger plans are disrupted annually because of an excessive flight delay, cancellation, or overbooking. Many of these people have no idea that they are legally entitled to compensation. The few who do usually end up like Eric — enduring months of (mis)communication by telephone, email, fax, and snail mail, only to have their claims rejected without solid grounds. As a result, billions in airline compensation remains unclaimed every year. But here’s the punchline: this type of compensation is basically a contingent liability included in the airfare, so by not paying it, airlines essentially pocket Eric’s and everybody else’s money.
    The International Air Transportation Aviation (IATA) expects passenger traffic to grow at an average 3.8 percent per year, reaching 7 billion passengers over the course of next 18 years. For airlines, the combination of trying to cope with the infrastructural challenge while meeting the growing demand, increasing consumer expectations, keeping the margins slim, and staying competitive creates a difficult environment, to say the least.
    We created ClaimCompass to automate the process of making a claim for compensation. Our claimbot ties into our greater goal of becoming the first stop when things go wrong on a flight. We can’t prevent some things from happening, but we want to cut them short as early as possible.
    Airlines haven’t exactly been idle in this area: We’ve found we have to constantly deal with changes in procedures, terms, and conditions. Some airlines allegedly go as far as refusing to work with us, while also completely ignoring passengers’ claims. We combat that by only handling claims that have a 100 percent theoretical chance of success. Read more Alexander Sumin, ClaimCompass
  • How a bot can help with airline compensation, par Alexander Sumin, ClaimCompass, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: VentureBeat » Bitcoin :: RSS
    Aerial view on the sunset and airplane wing from the inside


    I was talking to Eric Bahn from 500 Startups the other night. He was telling me how he had once missed an investor meeting because his flight out of London got delayed — a scenario I’ve heard multiple times before. But Eric concluded with something that stood out to me:
    “I think the worst thing in all of this was the feeling of betrayal because of the complete absence of empathy or even slightest desire to help on behalf of the airline staff. Knowing that you’re at the mercy of these people sucks… it’s not like I can hop behind the desk and book myself on the next flight out.”
    Eric is spot on. I think part of the reason we’ve been seeing such a surge in disruptive technologies is because people are simply fed up with the continuously deteriorating service they’ve been receiving from the old school market leaders. We’ve never been more interconnected, and we expect that relationship to transpire across businesses and improve the service we receive. That’s why we opt for Airbnb instead of a large hotel chain, chose Uber over a taxi, and send Bitcoin instead of wiring money through a bank.
    But the airline industry seems to be harder to crack. It’s conservative, heavily regulated, and concentrated in the hands of few incumbents. What is seen as “disruption” seems to be nothing more than operational optimization and cost-cutting, which is followed by increasingly miserable user experience…and that is precisely where you find an opportunity to make a difference.
    Millions of passenger plans are disrupted annually because of an excessive flight delay, cancellation, or overbooking. Many of these people have no idea that they are legally entitled to compensation. The few who do usually end up like Eric — enduring months of (mis)communication by telephone, email, fax, and snail mail, only to have their claims rejected without solid grounds. As a result, billions in airline compensation remains unclaimed every year. But here’s the punchline: this type of compensation is basically a contingent liability included in the airfare, so by not paying it, airlines essentially pocket Eric’s and everybody else’s money.
    The International Air Transportation Aviation (IATA) expects passenger traffic to grow at an average 3.8 percent per year, reaching 7 billion passengers over the course of next 18 years. For airlines, the combination of trying to cope with the infrastructural challenge while meeting the growing demand, increasing consumer expectations, keeping the margins slim, and staying competitive creates a difficult environment, to say the least.
    We created ClaimCompass to automate the process of making a claim for compensation. Our claimbot ties into our greater goal of becoming the first stop when things go wrong on a flight. We can’t prevent some things from happening, but we want to cut them short as early as possible.
    Airlines haven’t exactly been idle in this area: We’ve found we have to constantly deal with changes in procedures, terms, and conditions. Some airlines allegedly go as far as refusing to work with us, while also completely ignoring passengers’ claims. We combat that by only handling claims that have a 100 percent theoretical chance of success. Read more Alexander Sumin, ClaimCompass
  • What happens between submitting a transaction to the network and it being confirmed?, par user1687711, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    I am very new to bitcoin, appreciate any help that I can get for below queries. 1) Is there any way (site or app) to know, to which node my current (latest) transaction is headed to? Does it go to one node or many before included into block? Probably it is going to the pool, where it will be (...) Read more user1687711
  • First Gemini auction over $1000, par /u/PrimeParticle, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
    submitted by /u/PrimeParticle
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  • Happy $1000 to all of us Bitcoiners, par TalkBitcoinsAdmin, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Talk Bitcoins :: RSS
    bitcoin1000
    It’s the 2nd time in history of Bitcoin where it has reached value of $1000+ !!! Very huge milestone for bitcoin! Keep on going, to the moon!!!
    What a memoriable New Year 2017! Happy New Year everyone! Read more TalkBitcoinsAdmin
  • Bitcoin Soars Above $1000 In China, par Bethel, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Silver For The People - The Blog » bitcoin :: RSS

    zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jan 1, 2017 12:34 PM
    2017 is off to a good start if you are holding Bitcoin as volumes continue to surge through Chinese Bitcoin exchanges amid fears of increased crackdowns on foreign exchange transfers in the new year. In the last 24 hours, BTC China has seen prices spike above 7,100 yuan (well over $1000 at the onshore rate exchange) as Bitstamp reports prices over $990.
    Bitcoin in China topped 7,100 this morning – and with USDCNY at 6.945, that is over $1000…
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    The post Bitcoin Soars Above $1000 In China appeared first on Silver For The People. Read more Bethel
  • Re: allcryptotalk Crypto forum thats been around over a year., 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Forum is still active and always looking for more users. Read more
  • Bitcoin Breaks $1000 as Exchanges Break Volume Records Worldwide, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    Bitcoin is making waves globally as it broke through the psychologically important $1,000 barrier on several large exchanges today Sunday, 1 January ... Read more
  • Re: Help me decide... FaucetHub.io or stay with ePay.info, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
     In my thought every one of micro-wallet provide has its pros and cons with his services.
     therefore you will detected which services suit your needs. Read more
  • Re: Will Blockchain.info ever get hacked?, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Ah ok I was actually unaware of that because I don't use blockchain's wallet. So if hackers wouldn't have access to your coins if the website were compromised, is blockc...
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  • Bitcoin Price Tops $1000 in First Day of 2017 Trading, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    The price of bitcoin inched upward over the course of trading today, passing $1,000 for the first time on CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index since early ... Read more
  • Bitcoin Price Tops $1,000 in First Day of 2017 Trading, par Pete Rizzo, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: CoinDesk :: RSS
    The price of bitcoin passed $1,000 during the first day of trading in 2017.
    Source Read more Pete Rizzo
  • What a time to be alive. Happy new year!!, par /u/AtheistSermon, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
    What a time to be alive. Happy new year!! submitted by /u/AtheistSermon
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  • Re: Will Blockchain.info ever get hacked?, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    People thought Mt.Gox was too big to fail too. Don't store more than spen...
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  • Re: Looking to start an opensource team., 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    Once i get some stuff finished up ill reply to you guys if your still interested then. Read more
  • 1000 usd on Bitstamp., par /u/jacobthedane, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
    1000 usd on Bitstamp. submitted by /u/jacobthedane
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  • Re: Will Blockchain.info ever get hacked?, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    People thought Mt.Gox was too big to fail too. Don't store more than spending cash in an online wallet and you have nothing to worry about. If it gets hacked, people who...
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  • Opinion: What Do We Gain by Sending Bitcoin to Mars?, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    A recent petition to send Bitcoin to Mars has opened a possibility of new-age space exploration based on cryptocurrency blockchain. Read more. Read more
  • 2017 – The Year of Monetary Revolution, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    Which, when it inevitably occurs, will unleash a veritable tsunami of Yuan outflows, and inflows to safe haven assets like gold, silver, and Bitcoin. Read more
  • Congratulations Bitcoin for reaching $1000. You have proven me wrong, par /u/Nooku, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    I seriously didn't expect it to happen. And I had moved on to Ethereum.
    But Bitcoin reaching $1000 is quite a feat, and I want to congratulate all of you hodlers for making the correct call.
    Please accept my humbling apologies. I was wrong.
    Looking forward to see Bitcoin rising to new ATHs soon, even though I'm missing out and don't hodl any BTCs anymore!
    submitted by /u/Nooku
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  • need peer checker captcha work account, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: bitcointalk - Announcements :: RSS
    i must needed peer checker account plz inbox me Read more
  • need peer checker captcha work account, 1 January 2017

    Sunday 1 January 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Service Announcements :: RSS
    i must needed peer checker account plz inbox me Read more
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