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October 21, 2012, 11:17:11 PM
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WalletBit includes all business tools, email transfers and SMS transactions free of charge via ResponsePay. Our Point of Sale system, currently in beta phase, will also be available free of charge and includes an inventory system for your online business.

Modules ready for use in many of the most popular commerce solutions are already available. Please see https://walletbit.com/shop for more details. We may be able to provide additional support on a case by case basis.

In defense of Paypal being high risk, if a transaction has anything to do with Bitcoin then Paypal has a tendency to reverse that payment and block the account.


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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November 01, 2012, 07:43:22 PM
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In case you missed it or want a brief summary of WalletBit's new features, here is what we are doing for Bitcoin.

POS iPad
https://cdn.walletbit.com/includes/press/pos.jpg

POS iPhone
https://cdn.walletbit.com/includes/press/mobile_checkout_phone.png

Standard online shop Checkout
https://cdn.walletbit.com/includes/press/standard_checkout.jpg

On-site payment Checkout
https://cdn.walletbit.com/includes/press/on-site_payment.jpg

Mobile Checkout
https://cdn.walletbit.com/includes/press/mobile_checkout.jpg

Send to Email or SMS (712 mobile networks in 212 countries)
https://walletbit.com/docs/api/sendto
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November 01, 2012, 09:29:05 PM
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So having done all of this I am assuming you are rather BTC savvy?

Perhaps you could offer me some hints now and then - you see I am Danish myself and I'm working on a BTC card, but I'm having trouble with some things?

I already plan to make everything open source, but in return for your help I could try to work towards letting your webapp support pure BTC smartcards also.

All I need is a few pointers over PM or skype for instance in weekends now and then or something.

Cheap and sexy Bitcoin card/hardware wallet, buy here:
http://BlochsTech.com
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November 07, 2012, 09:41:35 AM
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So having done all of this I am assuming you are rather BTC savvy?

Perhaps you could offer me some hints now and then - you see I am Danish myself and I'm working on a BTC card, but I'm having trouble with some things?

I already plan to make everything open source, but in return for your help I could try to work towards letting your webapp support pure BTC smartcards also.

All I need is a few pointers over PM or skype for instance in weekends now and then or something.

Well not so much BTC savvy I think, but I know how to make software that communicates with and utilize bitcoin.

You are welcome to add me to Skype. PM Sent.
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