You can submit your own transaction to be added to the pool of bounties, as an added incentive for miners to increase the block size limit. See the options below to get started.
If you are capable of creating and signing your own transactions, simply upload your signed transaction in hex format and it will be included in the bounty pool. In order for a transaction to be valid, it must reference one of the outputs from the original 1MB transaction, and must provide all or most of its funds as a miner fee. The below instructions use coinb.in as an example:
On coinb.in, do this by starting a new transaction, entering the address that contains the funds in the box at the top and click "load".
On coinb.in, switch to the inputs tab and click the "+" button to add an input. Click the button below to see the information you need to enter in the boxes:
On coinb.in, switch back to the output tab. Enter a bitcoin address (your own is fine) and for "Amount" type in the number 0. This will denote all of the incoming funds as a miner fee for whomever minds the big block. Click "submit" to generate the transaction.
Copy the transaction you've generated and sign it using local wallet software. If you are comfortable using Coinb.in, go to the "sign" tab, paste the transaction in the bottom box and paste your private key in the top box. Click "submit" to get the signed transaction.
Paste your signed transaction into the box below, and click submit!
If you don't want to bother with creating and signing transactions, you can donate funds to the address below. Any funds received to this address will automatically be added to a bounty transaction and added to the pool. Note: Funds donated to the bounty address can not be returned.
Bounty address: 1BoUnTyLRugAEB1fs2QUmocvn5NnmDeXTx