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January 31, 2013, 02:18:37 AM
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Would there be any demand for a bitcoin splitting service?

By a splitting service I mean, you send X amount to one address and it gets split to different percentages to W Y and Z.

An example use I can think of is a small business owner who has a weekly budget with a few employees in one division or set of employees, they send
the weekly payment to a single address and each person gets their set percentage. Like a bar owner pays 20BTC to the waitresses each week. They have 5 waitresses, 2 get paid 25% each, 2 get paid 20% each, 1 gets paid 10%, the owner sends 20BTC to the "waitress address" and each waitress gets her allotted payment.

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January 31, 2013, 04:05:21 AM
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By a splitting service I mean, you send X amount to one address and it gets split to different percentages to W Y and Z.

Like BTCRelay does?

 - http://btcrelay.com

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January 31, 2013, 09:21:37 AM
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Would there be any demand for a bitcoin splitting service?

By a splitting service I mean, you send X amount to one address and it gets split to different percentages to W Y and Z.

An example use I can think of is a small business owner who has a weekly budget with a few employees in one division or set of employees, they send
the weekly payment to a single address and each person gets their set percentage. Like a bar owner pays 20BTC to the waitresses each week. They have 5 waitresses, 2 get paid 25% each, 2 get paid 20% each, 1 gets paid 10%, the owner sends 20BTC to the "waitress address" and each waitress gets her allotted payment.

What's wrong with just using sendmany or w/e?!

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