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Question: Would/Do you spend your current bitcoins in stores (or online)?
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December 22, 2015, 03:17:40 PM
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ya i actively spend my bitcoins for my and my family mobile recharge, datacard recharge and i do recharge for my friends, like this i spend it and now i am trying to sell my goods for bitcoins,

Same here even I spend my bitcoins for same like mobile recharge and converting bitcoins to fiat currency when I am in need of my local currency to take care of my basic expenses and also online transfers in my bank account is the best thing with bitcoins as it is very quick and time saving with minimum transactions costs and the credits are instant but yes I haven't bought any physical product by using bitcoins.
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December 22, 2015, 03:19:01 PM
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I mostly buy steam wallet codes, investing in altcoins also prove to be really profitable if you know when to gtfo back to bitcoin.
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December 22, 2015, 03:58:38 PM
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ya i actively spend my bitcoins for my and my family mobile recharge, datacard recharge and i do recharge for my friends, like this i spend it and now i am trying to sell my goods for bitcoins,

Good idea but buy Bitcoin when it's cheaper because right now I think you will not get it for cheaper at least till the end of festive season so hold on and wait for the right situation to strike the deal.
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December 22, 2015, 04:08:36 PM
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I would be spending more actively if that was an option in the local stores where I live.

I'm looking forward to more merchants and stores to accept bitcoin in the near future.

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December 22, 2015, 04:22:23 PM
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I would be spending more actively if that was an option in the local stores where I live.

I'm looking forward to more merchants and stores to accept bitcoin in the near future.
yeah i want it too.
so I do not have to exchange BTC with my country currency
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December 22, 2015, 04:58:10 PM
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I would be spending more actively if that was an option in the local stores where I live.

I'm looking forward to more merchants and stores to accept bitcoin in the near future.

yes if in my country many local accept bitcoin, maybe I could spend my bitcoin every day to shop.

but unfortunately not one I find, even online stores accept bitcoin is still rare in my country. mostly just pulse that accept bitcoin.
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December 22, 2015, 04:59:38 PM
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I did try to keep my bitcoins intact as an investment...

But then i discovered two great startups (interesting, both from my home country Slovenia), that let me pay for anything without worrying about my investment.

Cashila https://www.cashila.com/
Let's me pay bills using bitcoins. Works by converting bitcoins to EUR at the current exchange rate and paying for anything via SEPA. It's great if you are from the EU. Usually I use them when paying for my gsm bill, when i want to cash out bitcoin to my bank account, or i need to pay a friend, hehe.

The other one is Reload by Bitnik https://reload.bitnik.eu/
Keeps an eye for outgoing transactions from my wallet address and every time i make a purchase - it instantly buys the same amount from the exchange of my choice.

Now i can freely spend my bitcoins on almost anything, and when i do, my btc balance stays the same.
Give them a try and spend bitcoins whenever you can Wink

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December 22, 2015, 08:17:40 PM
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I did try to keep my bitcoins intact as an investment...

But then i discovered two great startups (interesting, both from my home country Slovenia), that let me pay for anything without worrying about my investment.

Cashila https://www.cashila.com/
Let's me pay bills using bitcoins. Works by converting bitcoins to EUR at the current exchange rate and paying for anything via SEPA. It's great if you are from the EU. Usually I use them when paying for my gsm bill, when i want to cash out bitcoin to my bank account, or i need to pay a friend, hehe.

The other one is Reload by Bitnik https://reload.bitnik.eu/
Keeps an eye for outgoing transactions from my wallet address and every time i make a purchase - it instantly buys the same amount from the exchange of my choice.

Now i can freely spend my bitcoins on almost anything, and when i do, my btc balance stays the same.
Give them a try and spend bitcoins whenever you can Wink
Thanks for introducing these start ups, specially I appreciate Cashila for their interesting ideas and they are a real exchange website.



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December 22, 2015, 08:46:44 PM
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i spend it very rarely if i need to buy something really fast or i cant buy it in my shops that i have in my country for example a few weeks ago i bought a present for christmas online for bitcoins everything went smooth and the product arrived really fast its always good to use bitcoin

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December 22, 2015, 08:54:52 PM
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I did try to keep my bitcoins intact as an investment...

But then i discovered two great startups (interesting, both from my home country Slovenia), that let me pay for anything without worrying about my investment.

Cashila https://www.cashila.com/
Let's me pay bills using bitcoins. Works by converting bitcoins to EUR at the current exchange rate and paying for anything via SEPA. It's great if you are from the EU. Usually I use them when paying for my gsm bill, when i want to cash out bitcoin to my bank account, or i need to pay a friend, hehe.

The other one is Reload by Bitnik https://reload.bitnik.eu/
Keeps an eye for outgoing transactions from my wallet address and every time i make a purchase - it instantly buys the same amount from the exchange of my choice.

Now i can freely spend my bitcoins on almost anything, and when i do, my btc balance stays the same.
Give them a try and spend bitcoins whenever you can Wink
Great idea, thanks. In connection with cashila, could you please advice about the costs? Are there any fixed fees or the fee is based on the amount you transfer via SEPA? I'll have a detailed look on it later on, but I'm sure you can summarize the cost part more straight forward then their website which is usually more marketing oriented

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December 22, 2015, 09:13:33 PM
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I do whenever i find a new shop I add it in my list of 'bitcoin shops'. Whenever i have some spare bitcoins i make sure to open that list and start spending.
So far I bought over 30 products this year.
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December 22, 2015, 10:10:24 PM
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I did try to keep my bitcoins intact as an investment...

But then i discovered two great startups (interesting, both from my home country Slovenia), that let me pay for anything without worrying about my investment.

Cashila https://www.cashila.com/
Let's me pay bills using bitcoins. Works by converting bitcoins to EUR at the current exchange rate and paying for anything via SEPA. It's great if you are from the EU. Usually I use them when paying for my gsm bill, when i want to cash out bitcoin to my bank account, or i need to pay a friend, hehe.

The other one is Reload by Bitnik https://reload.bitnik.eu/
Keeps an eye for outgoing transactions from my wallet address and every time i make a purchase - it instantly buys the same amount from the exchange of my choice.

Now i can freely spend my bitcoins on almost anything, and when i do, my btc balance stays the same.
Give them a try and spend bitcoins whenever you can Wink

I have big trust issues with such websites. I didn't mind keeping money in Coinbase, I didn't mind using Uphold, but I sure as hell would not trust those unless they somehow managed to gain immersive reputation, receive investments etc. Just have heard to many horror stories about scams.














 

 

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December 22, 2015, 10:19:46 PM
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I am not an active bitcoin user at the moment. This is only because spending bitcoin is very limited at the time.

For now I am not able to buy a lot of stuff in stores since there are not a lot of stores out there that accept bitcoin.
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December 22, 2015, 10:23:05 PM
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I try pretty hard not too, nothing I can buy with BTC can't be bought with a credit card so I want to avoid that temptation as long as possible.

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December 23, 2015, 04:30:32 AM
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I usually invest into bitcoin every paycheck, and try and save it. There is always something coming up that I just HAVE to have that causes me to dip into though.

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December 23, 2015, 08:06:14 AM
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For me i always spend my bitcoin on gambling. But when im in profit i will witdraw and exchange to make sure i wont start gamble it again.
Yeah im active spend my bitcoin but never bought anything yet. Just top up mobile

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December 23, 2015, 08:21:52 AM
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I keep most of my BTC in my wallet. Sold some for euro's to get my initial investment back though. Right now I am accumulating BTC by trading altcoins with a small part of the "free" BTC I have left Smiley. Not spending it in stores or anything, as the ones I usually use don't accept bitcoins (yet).
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December 23, 2015, 08:27:21 AM
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I keep most of my BTC in my wallet. Sold some for euro's to get my initial investment back though. Right now I am accumulating BTC by trading altcoins with a small part of the "free" BTC I have left Smiley. Not spending it in stores or anything, as the ones I usually use don't accept bitcoins (yet).

Yeah true why just spend bitcoins when you can just earn money thru trading or trading thru altcoins.
What I like the most of this bitcoin that if just amazing how much you can earn money with just posting with a signature and other parts like have a online work that pays bitcoin. Will good luck accumulating your bitcoins Cheesy

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December 23, 2015, 09:32:36 AM
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I am not spending bitcoin, why would I spend it when there is not store that accept bitcoins near me.
I am just going to hold my bitcoin is the best choice for me than just spending it.  Yeah I also sell when the price is high.

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December 23, 2015, 10:09:01 AM
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I am spending my bitcoin monthly, I buy some goodies and gadgets for cheap price.
I also can pay with fiat money, but is not that fun is old I want some new experience. So that is why I am using bitcoins.

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