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October 16, 2012, 09:30:27 PM
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https://walletbit.com/pos/wallet

Something about orange is throwing me off. Green is the color of money. Orange is like a pumpkin. The buttons could be okay but that giant orange bar at the bottom plays tricks on my eyes.


Page addition:

Would strongly recommend adding at least to the bottom of every page in your footer an "about us" page and "contact us" page.

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October 16, 2012, 11:54:54 PM
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Design Look:

https://walletbit.com/pos/wallet

Something about orange is throwing me off. Green is the color of money. Orange is like a pumpkin. The buttons could be okay but that giant orange bar at the bottom plays tricks on my eyes.


Page addition:

Would strongly recommend adding at least to the bottom of every page in your footer an "about us" page and "contact us" page.

This.

But still the design is delicious.

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October 16, 2012, 11:57:54 PM
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This looks great. It seems like a complete billing system for a small business. One problem in the EU is that it should support the IRS audit files, or else it's nothing more than a duplicate of the real billing system every business should have.

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October 17, 2012, 03:09:13 PM
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Design Look:

https://walletbit.com/pos/wallet

Something about orange is throwing me off. Green is the color of money. Orange is like a pumpkin. The buttons could be okay but that giant orange bar at the bottom plays tricks on my eyes.

Got my inspiration from the bitcoin logo, I will see what I can do about it, thanks.

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Would strongly recommend adding at least to the bottom of every page in your footer an "about us" page and "contact us" page.

Done. good idea, thank you.
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October 17, 2012, 03:09:35 PM
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Design Look:

https://walletbit.com/pos/wallet

Something about orange is throwing me off. Green is the color of money. Orange is like a pumpkin. The buttons could be okay but that giant orange bar at the bottom plays tricks on my eyes.


Page addition:

Would strongly recommend adding at least to the bottom of every page in your footer an "about us" page and "contact us" page.

This.

But still the design is delicious.

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October 17, 2012, 03:12:14 PM
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This looks great. It seems like a complete billing system for a small business. One problem in the EU is that it should support the IRS audit files, or else it's nothing more than a duplicate of the real billing system every business should have.

It will be an almost complete billing system, in the way that it will complement their current system, be that Microsoft Dynamics, ERP or CRM system.
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October 17, 2012, 08:47:11 PM
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Design Look:

https://walletbit.com/pos/wallet

Something about orange is throwing me off. Green is the color of money. Orange is like a pumpkin. The buttons could be okay but that giant orange bar at the bottom plays tricks on my eyes.



I like it. Green is the color of the money only in some country: in Europe Euro ranges from blu to yellow, and so is for many other countries; and orange is the bitcoin logo color.

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October 18, 2012, 03:26:16 PM
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Design Look:

https://walletbit.com/pos/wallet

Something about orange is throwing me off. Green is the color of money. Orange is like a pumpkin. The buttons could be okay but that giant orange bar at the bottom plays tricks on my eyes.



I like it. Green is the color of the money only in some country: in Europe Euro ranges from blu to yellow, and so is for many other countries; and orange is the bitcoin logo color.

This is a fantastic point.

Perhaps a "where are you located" button may be the right way to go so you can "paint" your website colors appropriate to the psychological affects of money based on the geographical location of the merchant.

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October 18, 2012, 03:42:20 PM
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Design Look:

https://walletbit.com/pos/wallet

Something about orange is throwing me off. Green is the color of money. Orange is like a pumpkin. The buttons could be okay but that giant orange bar at the bottom plays tricks on my eyes.



I like it. Green is the color of the money only in some country: in Europe Euro ranges from blu to yellow, and so is for many other countries; and orange is the bitcoin logo color.

This is a fantastic point.

Perhaps a "where are you located" button may be the right way to go so you can "paint" your website colors appropriate to the psychological affects of money based on the geographical location of the merchant.

Not so easy to find one: as I said before Euro is blue for 5 and 20 notes, red for 10, orange for 50, yellow for 200 and violet for 500, so what colour do you pick up? Other currency have the same problem of very wide range of colour too. Maybe is possible to make a css with some choice of colour (green for USA, orange for bitcoin lovers  Wink and so on) but I still think that orange is the bitcoin colour

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October 18, 2012, 03:59:33 PM
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Design Look:

https://walletbit.com/pos/wallet

Something about orange is throwing me off. Green is the color of money. Orange is like a pumpkin. The buttons could be okay but that giant orange bar at the bottom plays tricks on my eyes.



I like it. Green is the color of the money only in some country: in Europe Euro ranges from blu to yellow, and so is for many other countries; and orange is the bitcoin logo color.

This is a fantastic point.

Perhaps a "where are you located" button may be the right way to go so you can "paint" your website colors appropriate to the psychological affects of money based on the geographical location of the merchant.

Not so easy to find one: as I said before Euro is blue for 5 and 20 notes, red for 10, orange for 50, yellow for 200 and violet for 500, so what colour do you pick up? Other currency have the same problem of very wide range of colour too. Maybe is possible to make a css with some choice of colour (green for USA, orange for bitcoin lovers  Wink and so on) but I still think that orange is the bitcoin colour

I was thinking to simply it with a button choice upon entry of the website and then it takes you to the an appropriate subdomain which is all cloned from the main site with the appropriate different color scheme. It'd be very easy to implement without any real coding.

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October 18, 2012, 04:04:28 PM
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I used Walletbit in order to purchase a VPS and was very unimpressed by the following:

1) I deposit the "exact" btc amount for my bill but you guys took a "fee" from it (you really think you can charge buyers?).

2) What is the point of the silly password type thingy (why not just paste in a btc address?).

I will not be using this website again and could not recommend it to any buyer at all sorry.

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October 18, 2012, 06:12:02 PM
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I used Walletbit in order to purchase a VPS and was very unimpressed by the following:

1) I deposit the "exact" btc amount for my bill but you guys took a "fee" from it (you really think you can charge buyers?).

2) What is the point of the silly password type thingy (why not just paste in a btc address?).

I will not be using this website again and could not recommend it to any buyer at all sorry.


Thats not fair. Besides this information is not stated on the site.

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October 19, 2012, 07:07:14 AM
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I used Walletbit in order to purchase a VPS and was very unimpressed by the following:

1) I deposit the "exact" btc amount for my bill but you guys took a "fee" from it (you really think you can charge buyers?).

2) What is the point of the silly password type thingy (why not just paste in a btc address?).

I will not be using this website again and could not recommend it to any buyer at all sorry.


Thats not fair. Besides this information is not stated on the site.

1) Sorry you feel this way. But every deposit will incur a fee. Once you deposited though, it is FREE to send bitcoin to anyone.
You are right in that we put the miners/transaction fee on the "buyer/user" if your transaction happens to incur this fee.

2) The silly password type thingy is called Secure Card, and it is only for your protection. We don't want anyone else to be able to spend your bitcoins.

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October 19, 2012, 07:16:13 AM
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Well best of luck with this model - I'll even gift you the extra amount I sent in order to be able to send the amount that I had wanted to send in the first place (I can look after my own bitcoins so won't be using this service again).

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October 19, 2012, 07:19:22 AM
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Well best of luck with this model - I'll even gift you the extra amount I sent in order to be able to send the amount that I had wanted to send in the first place (I can look after my own bitcoins so won't be using this service again).

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We are just trying to provide what is best for everyone, but sometimes this favors others instead. If you can keep your bitcoins safe yourself, I always strongly approved and recommend this!

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October 19, 2012, 07:40:32 AM
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I have sent you a PM

Thanks for that.

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October 20, 2012, 11:48:43 PM
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We have revised our fee structure and made it more accessible, renewing our commitment to transparency. Thank you for pointing out our shortcomings CIYAM Pty. Ltd. If anyone else has any suggestions or comments, we are always striving to improve the quality of our service at Walletbit.

Please familiarize yourself with the improved and more accessible layout of WalletBit fees at https://walletbit.com/pricing. In many cases Walletbit is cheaper than our leading competitor.



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October 21, 2012, 05:34:13 AM
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No comma between "simple" and "pricing." Should be: "WalletBit provides a simple pricing model..."
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October 21, 2012, 05:44:37 AM
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Thank you for your suggestion, it will be updated as soon as possible.

No comma between "simple" and "pricing." Should be: "WalletBit provides a simple pricing model..."
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October 21, 2012, 06:18:02 PM
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Sell me on your product as a business that sells online. Meaning, what is the benefit of going through your service which charges a re-occurring percent fee of my overall BTC income compared to paying a programmer a one-time fee to incorporate an API to accept BTC into a pre-existing cart system.

Seriously. As a merchant, I'm open to the idea. But I don't see the benefit from a cost-savings perspective based on what I see on your website.

My needs are simple: During the checkout process of a pre-existing cart, I want a customer to be able to choose BTC as an option of payment where the only information I need is a U.S.-based confirmed shipping address.


EDIT: I also disagree with your view that Paypal is high fraud risk. Following their seller protection program, it actually is very low risk....

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