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March 19, 2013, 02:57:13 AM
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I know not everyone can keep $1500+ worth of btc in a wallet ready to go but knowing that Avalon may open up batch#3 orders are you filling up a wallet right now with ample funds to make a purchase when it is available? You can only pay with bitcoin it seems and if a lot of people do not have enough coin available some times it takes 2-4 days to get into an wallet. I'm very interested in the Avalon's of course because they are the real thing, not some idea or farse but I'm not sure how to hold the funds. I'd love to buy $1500 worth of bitcoin and stick it in a wallet right now, but in just a few days that could drop to $1200 very easily. Hard to do when it is pinned to a dollar amount, right?


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March 19, 2013, 02:58:44 AM
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I know not everyone can keep $1500+ worth of btc in a wallet ready to go but knowing that Avalon may open up batch#3 orders are you filling up a wallet right now with ample funds to make a purchase when it is available? You can only pay with bitcoin it seems and if a lot of people do not have enough coin available some times it takes 2-4 days to get into an wallet. I'm very interested in the Avalon's of course because they are the real thing, not some idea or farse but I'm not sure how to hold the funds. I'd love to buy $1500 worth of bitcoin and stick it in a wallet right now, but in just a few days that could drop to $1200 very easily. Hard to do when it is pinned to a dollar amount, right?

Likely this will increase demand so you should see price around this level or higher.

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March 19, 2013, 02:59:29 AM
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well with the prices going up on every batch who knows if they will charge 1500 for b#3

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March 19, 2013, 03:01:45 AM
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well with the prices going up on every batch who knows if they will charge 1500 for b#3

Hopefully we will see price stay the same or maybe slightly less with expanded volume.

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March 19, 2013, 03:07:18 AM
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I know not everyone can keep $1500+ worth of btc in a wallet ready to go but knowing that Avalon may open up batch#3 orders are you filling up a wallet right now with ample funds to make a purchase when it is available? You can only pay with bitcoin it seems and if a lot of people do not have enough coin available some times it takes 2-4 days to get into an wallet. I'm very interested in the Avalon's of course because they are the real thing, not some idea or farse but I'm not sure how to hold the funds. I'd love to buy $1500 worth of bitcoin and stick it in a wallet right now, but in just a few days that could drop to $1200 very easily. Hard to do when it is pinned to a dollar amount, right?

Likely this will increase demand so you should see price around this level or higher.

funny how batch 3 was suggested and btc went over $50 per BTC, also a trading company announced they will have bitcoin investments today.

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March 19, 2013, 03:43:59 AM
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I'd love to buy $1500 worth of bitcoin and stick it in a wallet right now, but in just a few days that could drop to $1200 very easily. Hard to do when it is pinned to a dollar amount, right?

Buy $2000 worth just in case  Cheesy
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March 19, 2013, 04:21:11 AM
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also a trading company announced they will have bitcoin investments today.

link?

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March 19, 2013, 04:22:48 AM
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BitPay is said to be the payment processor for batch 3.

Y'all might also think about creating BitPay accounts, and maybe funding them if that's an option, and learning how they work.

Account > guest checkout.

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March 19, 2013, 04:25:03 AM
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The last time Batch 2 opened up the BTC/USD price went down since many people saw it as a selling opportunity to dump BTC to people who needed it for pre-orders (I'm assuming that was the reason).

I'm guessing today's run was due to the shit storm in Europe.  Nothing says use bitcoin than having the government seize your assets and pilfer what they feel is their "fair share".


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March 19, 2013, 04:39:32 AM
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As bitcoin price is increasing, you should buy bitcoin right now. When batch#3 open, you may still have enough amount.
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March 19, 2013, 06:25:17 PM
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also a trading company announced they will have bitcoin investments today.

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March 19, 2013, 07:39:41 PM
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also a trading company announced they will have bitcoin investments today.

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March 20, 2013, 03:20:48 AM
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BitPay is said to be the payment processor for batch 3.

Y'all might also think about creating BitPay accounts, and maybe funding them if that's an option, and learning how they work.

Account > guest checkout.

That's just the payment processor, right? I'm not sure how it happened when people bought their Avalon's but weren't you taken to a payment processor like Bitpay or given an address to send the funds to? Bitpay is for merchants and I don't think they want everyone trying to make merchant accounts (because that's all they have) just to make a payment.


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March 20, 2013, 03:36:14 AM
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BitPay is said to be the payment processor for batch 3.

Y'all might also think about creating BitPay accounts, and maybe funding them if that's an option, and learning how they work.

Account > guest checkout.

That's just the payment processor, right? I'm not sure how it happened when people bought their Avalon's but weren't you taken to a payment processor like Bitpay or given an address to send the funds to? Bitpay is for merchants and I don't think they want everyone trying to make merchant accounts (because that's all they have) just to make a payment.

Batch 2 used walletbit.  You could create an account and get a nice receipt you can view when you login, or you could "checkout as guest", which gave you nothing but a bitcoin address to blindly send 75 BTC off into.  No order number, no email, nothing.  Mind you both walletbit and the avalon webstore were unstable, and you were lucky to get pages to load.

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March 20, 2013, 03:40:10 AM
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Walletbit was charging a premium just for funding your account though, so many chose guest checkout. If bitpay doesn't pull that then it'd probably be better to just fund your bitpay account ahead of time.

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March 20, 2013, 03:46:10 AM
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BitPay is said to be the payment processor for batch 3.

Y'all might also think about creating BitPay accounts, and maybe funding them if that's an option, and learning how they work.

Account > guest checkout.

That's just the payment processor, right? I'm not sure how it happened when people bought their Avalon's but weren't you taken to a payment processor like Bitpay or given an address to send the funds to? Bitpay is for merchants and I don't think they want everyone trying to make merchant accounts (because that's all they have) just to make a payment.

Batch 2 used walletbit.  You could create an account and get a nice receipt you can view when you login, or you could "checkout as guest", which gave you nothing but a bitcoin address to blindly send 75 BTC off into.  No order number, no email, nothing.  Mind you both walletbit and the avalon webstore were unstable, and you were lucky to get pages to load.

I used guest checkout and got a order confirmation email, a payment recipt email and a payment confirmation email, all within about 1 minute. It was easy.
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March 20, 2013, 03:54:07 AM
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BitPay is said to be the payment processor for batch 3.

Y'all might also think about creating BitPay accounts, and maybe funding them if that's an option, and learning how they work.

Account > guest checkout.

That's just the payment processor, right? I'm not sure how it happened when people bought their Avalon's but weren't you taken to a payment processor like Bitpay or given an address to send the funds to? Bitpay is for merchants and I don't think they want everyone trying to make merchant accounts (because that's all they have) just to make a payment.

Batch 2 used walletbit.  You could create an account and get a nice receipt you can view when you login, or you could "checkout as guest", which gave you nothing but a bitcoin address to blindly send 75 BTC off into.  No order number, no email, nothing.  Mind you both walletbit and the avalon webstore were unstable, and you were lucky to get pages to load.

I used guest checkout and got a order confirmation email, a payment recipt email and a payment confirmation email, all within about 1 minute. It was easy.

Was that in "Batch 2 Wave 1", 03-Feb, or "Batch 2 Wave 2", some time later?

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