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Now that you have send BBP by e-mail, I wonder what it'd take to build a BBP system based on SMS & phone numbers? Android & iOS app could be set up to send payment to contacts (either e-mail or phone number). It would go with the theme of helping the unbanked. SMS support would be even cooler, but I don't know anything about telephony servers or what's involved with SMS, but has a limited rollout globally that supports Bitcoin Cash & DASH. I could see BiblePay leveraging IPFS as a smartphone app, but maybe SMS is a more difficult challenge.

I know Twilio has some awesome API & hooks and they can be used globally... there's a cost to using and maintaining the service. $1/mo for phone numbers and a cost for sending/receiving messages. It is a centralized service so I don't know how far such an idea would evolve with BiblePay.

I'd like a screen in QT wallet that makes signing up for BOINC (Rosetta & WCG) easier.

We'd have buttons that takes BBP users to registration screen.

The CPID could be pasted into QT wallet.

Wallet scans for CPID RAC > 100, then suggests registered CPID on blockchain.

Make it easy to get 2 BBP from or make cost to register CPID 0.01 BBP so one time payment is sufficient to register

Then when PoDC payments are happening... QT wallet prompts for changes in biblepay.conf so it points to purepool since you can just use your wallet address as the workerID. would be okay too but not sure how workers or automated registration would work... trying to think what's the best user experience for new BiblePay members.

Discussion and Suggestions / QT wallet: Prayer Request Enhancement
« on: September 13, 2018, 02:31:15 pm »
Prayer Request Enhancement.

I'd like a messaging systems (see attachments) where we could prayer for people.

In Overview or another tab listing prayers most recent at top, we could reply to requests via a button we click.

Charge 0.1 BBP per character and message is delivered to person sending prayer request.

This way, as a community we are praying for each other.

* If you want to increase utility or bring scale, maybe a more robust decentralized messaging system would be good too.
* To discourage spamming, maybe introduce smart fee. Charge more to send more messages in a short period of time.
* I wouldn't want prayer replies or requests in blockchain if possible to reduce bloat? Maybe mempool only, IPFS, or sidechain?

Discussion and Suggestions / Sort Proposals by Most Recent at top?
« on: September 05, 2018, 12:54:23 am »
Can proposals be displayed by Created by default? Be nice to have columns sortable, but at least Created in Descending order would be helpful to know which proposals just got added.

Archived Proposals / Aug 2018 BBP Telegram Airdrop Support
« on: September 05, 2018, 12:10:28 am »
Hello, this is my first proposal write up so please be gentle!  :)

TL;DR: Requesting 69k BBP for Telegram Airdrop Support

I helped Jaap with Airdrop support. Our time zones are 9 hours apart. This allowed me to provide coverage while he got some restful sleep hopefully.

Questions were mainly about faucet, boinc setup (PoDC), cpid registration, and PoBH mining.

I broke down my time based on 0.1 hour increments or 6 minutes at a rate of $20 USD.

date   time (hour)   total
9/4   0.1   $2
9/3   0.1   $2
9/2   0.2   $4
8/31   0.3   $6
8/30   0.2   $4
8/29   0.2   $4
8/28   0.3   $6
8/27   0.4   $8
8/26   0.1   $2
8/25   0.2   $4
8/24   0.1   $2
8/23   0.4   $8

Total: $52

date   Open*   High   Low   Close**   Average
Sep 04, 2018   0.00059   0.000658   0.000528   0.000649   0.00060625
Sep 03, 2018   0.000729   0.000733   0.000583   0.00059   0.00065875
Sep 02, 2018   0.000648   0.000918   0.000645   0.000729   0.000735
Sep 01, 2018   0.000846   0.000947   0.000647   0.000647   0.00077175
Aug 31, 2018   0.000798   0.000849   0.000696   0.000847   0.0007975
Aug 30, 2018   0.000845   0.000968   0.000766   0.000797   0.000844
Aug 29, 2018   0.00081   0.000961   0.000804   0.000845   0.000855
Average of Average   0.0007526071429
BBP Requested   69,093.15

Discussion and Suggestions / Copyright attribution - mitigate DMCA takedown
« on: September 03, 2018, 03:30:41 pm »

SumoKoin had an issue with not correctly attributing copyright to Monero. Their github was taken down for a few days.

We could easily remove this issue by correct attribution to various altcoins.

Is BiblePay a fork of DASH? Are there any GridCoin components that need to be attributed? There was mention of bbppool being a fork of gridcoin pool.. so I thought there might be a connection.

Accountability Revenue shows most recent at top. I think this is good way to view the information.

I'd also like to see Accountability > Expense also sort the same.

(hope this ipfs image works)

Discussion and Suggestions / Twitter summary cards
« on: August 01, 2018, 11:23:56 am »
It has come to my attention that the images auto-selected by Twitter for is not ideal.

You will see BiblePay's default is a money bag. See attachment. Not a good look on Twitter.

If you look at as an example, they have a filipino girl as the card image.

We can set a different image for Twitter to use. This is explained in more detail here:

This is what's code looks like. You put the meta tags in the head section before the body tag:

<meta name="twitter:card" content="summary_large_image" />
<meta name="twitter:description" content="Make helping the poor part of your legacy. Start by sponsoring a child today." />
<meta name="twitter:title" content="Sponsor a Child - Compassion International" />
<meta name="twitter:site" content="@compassion" />
<meta name="twitter:domain" content="" />
<meta name="twitter:image:src" content="" />
<meta name="twitter:creator" content="@compassion" />

Worse case, an image like this is certainly better than the money bag:

Ideally, a custom image that fits the square and summarizes the goal of BiblePay would be better. An image that conveys Jesus call to help the poor.

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