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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / [Poll] Yearly Service Cost for all transactions fees from 1 million addresses? on: October 17, 2016, 01:24:00 AM
Hello to all,

So i'm trying to figure out how much would someone (individual/organization/company) value a yearly, renewable, service that allows them to manage 1 million unique addresses.
This someone can provide all additional services it wants besides the normal transactions that each person can already perform.
And it can set and receive in their entirety, all of the fees associated to transactions involving those addresses (either between them or with external addresses).
In exchange it has to provide a node through which all the transactions created by the managed addresses are relayed to the network.

So i was wondering how much do you think such service could be worth with a currency of the dimension of Bitcoin or Ethereum and where such thing could be possible.


Some assumptions:
no fees go the miners and there are no block rewards, all transactions are registered regardless;
addresses can still be created by individuals or controlled and provided by you (like with websites that offer wallets/accounts);
people cannot bypass you to avoid your fees.

To give a little perspective with Bitcoin, based on blockchain.info charts, there are less 300 million unique addresses.
And this last year 9.3 million USD were paid as fees without block rewards, which results in $30k/million/year.
With rewards, total paid fees reach 563 million USD, which results in $1.9million/million/year.

Thanks for your responses

Edit: An analogy would be, developing a Wallet with all the services you want, but limited to 1million users/key pairs (known only to your clients), and in exchange you receive all transaction fees associated, as it is used by your clients.
2  Economy / Service Discussion / [Poll] Yearly Service Cost for all transactions fees from 1 million addresses? on: October 17, 2016, 01:19:47 AM
Hello to all,

So i'm trying to figure out how much would someone (individual/organization/company) value a yearly, renewable, service that allows them to manage 1 million unique addresses.
This someone can provide all additional services it wants besides the normal transactions that each person can already perform.
And it can set and receive in their entirety, all of the fees associated to transactions involving those addresses (either between them or with external addresses).
In exchange it has to provide a node through which all the transactions created by the managed addresses are relayed to the network.

Of course, for now this isn't possible to perform with Bitcoin, however i was wondering how much do you think such service could be worth.
An analogy would be developing a Wallet with all the services you want, but limited to 1million users/key pairs, and in exchange you receive all transaction fees associated as it is used by your clients.

Some assumptions:
no fees go the miners and there are no block rewards, all transactions are registered regardless;
addresses can still be created by individuals or controlled and provided by you (like with websites that offer wallets/accounts);
people cannot bypass you to avoid your fees.


To give a little perspective, based on blockchain.info charts, there are less 300 million unique addresses.
And this last year 9.3 million USD were paid as fees without block rewards, which results in $30k/million/year.
With rewards, total paid fees reach 563 million USD, which results in $1.9million/million/year.


Thanks for your responses and sorry for the vagueness
3  Economy / Currency exchange / Have 21.5$ Skrill [WTB] 0.034 btc (~18$) on: May 23, 2016, 12:21:55 AM
Hi,
have a maximum of 21.5$ with Skrill that i want to trade for 0.034 bitcoins (~18$).

thx
4  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] 0.042 BTC [Offer] 19.8 or 21.5$ Skrill on: May 14, 2016, 06:52:28 PM
Hi,

want to buy 0.042 bitcoins with skrill,
can send either 19.8 or 21.5$.

(you'll get more with the euros even if you convert it to USD 19.8 ~ 22.15$, because i'm not sure of the conversion fee and have to fix a lower amount if i send directly in USD)
5  Economy / Currency exchange / [Want] BTC [Offer] 19.8 Skrill on: May 12, 2016, 03:56:25 AM
Hi,

looking to buy bitcoin with Skrill for 19.8 (or ~21.5$ for those insisting on USD).

say amount in btc or rate
6  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS] 15$ Skrill [WTB] BTC on: April 15, 2016, 02:45:52 AM
Hi,
looking to buy bitcoins for an amount of 15$ USD from Skrill.
7  Economy / Currency exchange / [Want] BTC [Offer] 20 Skrill on: February 19, 2016, 04:41:15 AM
done
8  Economy / Currency exchange / [H] 15$ Skrill [W] BTC on: February 07, 2016, 07:51:52 PM
Hi,

i'm looking to buy bitcoins for my 15$ in skrill
9  Economy / Currency exchange / [W] 0.026BTC [O] Skrill on: February 05, 2016, 01:24:23 AM
Hi,

want to buy 0.026 BTC
can pay with Skrill, either in EUR/USD



I can do this for you. PM me your Skype name. I'll only take USD.

pm'ed, but wanted to sell more than what i needed and for more than said in his topic.
10  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] 10 in BTC [Offer] Skrill on: January 29, 2016, 06:50:35 AM
Hi,

looking to buy 10 worth of BTC, paying with Skrill/Moneybookers.
11  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTS] 0.59 EUR Paypal for 0.002 BTC (2 mBTC) on: June 24, 2015, 12:30:17 PM
Hey,
got 0,59 in my paypal account that i would like to trade for 0.002 BTC/ 2 mBTC
(that would be excluding the fees if there's any for this small tx)


thanks
12  Economy / Currency exchange / WTB 0.025Btc via Skrill / Moneybookers EUR/USD on: December 21, 2014, 03:38:09 AM
Hi,

looking to buy 0.025 bitcoins,
paying via Skrill/Moneybookers with EUR preferably but can also do USD.


thanks
13  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] 0.05 BTC paying with Skrill on: June 16, 2014, 02:53:18 PM
Hey,

i'm looking to buy 0.05 Bitcoins

paying with USD Skrill (moneybookers)


thanks
14  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] 0.025 Btc Offer Skrill (MoneyBookers) USD/EUR on: June 09, 2014, 05:00:02 AM
Hey,

i'm looking to buy 0.025 bitcoins.
(valid unless the current price goes unders 645$/btc)

i'll pay using Skrill in either EUR or USD.
pls leave your price,

thanks




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either that or 3.000 forum gold from d2jsp.org...  Cheesy
15  Economy / Digital goods / [WTS] 3.000 d2jsp fg for 0.025BTC (~16.5$) on: June 07, 2014, 09:02:45 PM
Hey,

looking to sell 3.000 d2jsp.org fg
for only 0.025 bitcoins

making it 5.5$/k fg, way cheaper than the usual 9-10$/k


thanks
16  Economy / Currency exchange / [WTB] - 1 BTC via SEPA EUR on: October 11, 2013, 11:33:43 AM
done via localbitcoins for a fair price ~~
17  Economy / Currency exchange / [DONE] on: March 28, 2013, 01:27:11 AM
Hey,

i'm looking for 0.2 bitcoins

Paying via Moneybookers/Skrill in euros
(might be able to pay in USD if the rate isn't that high, considering i'll have to pay the MB currency exchange fee in this case)


Leave or pm rate/amount you need

thanks
18  Economy / Currency exchange / [DONE] on: March 04, 2013, 03:31:06 AM
Hey,


so i want to buy bitcoins for an amount of 80,
the payment will be made via SEPA bank transfer or uKash voucher in euros of course ^^


please leave or pm me the amount of bitcoins you offer for it.


Thanks
19  Economy / Trading Discussion / Fastest way to buy bitcoins via EUR SEPA transfer on: February 27, 2013, 01:21:40 AM
Hey,

would like to know which is the fastest way of buying bitcoins via SEPA bank transfer at the moment.


thanks
20  Economy / Currency exchange / [DONE] - [WTB] 1.6 Bitcoins [Offer] Moneybookers(Skrill)/Ukash on: January 23, 2013, 05:47:41 AM
Hey,


i'm looking to buy 1.6 bitcoins.

I'll be paying with Moneybookers (skrill), preferably in EUR or Ukash


Leave ratio or total.

Thanks Smiley
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