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January 06, 2017, 08:32:55 AM
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I've tipped before for a product but only because I think the seller knows what he's doing and he deserves much better payment than what I've given him. Other tips like tipping the waiter on the restaurant was never done by me. I feel like all waiters are getting paid as much as they deserve already.

I think tipping is still worth only to people that are receiving the tip and to the people giving the tip. The receiver of the tip didn't ask you for money or anything. You just give it to them. People on Twitch gets a lot of tips/donation from their watchers because they enjoy watching them. They appreciate the streamer's videos so they tip them. It feels good to tip because you liked something. Tips came from the heart if you ask me because you're never obligated to tip anyone.
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January 06, 2017, 08:39:33 AM
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Tipping was mostly good at the beginning when BTC wasnt that popular. I achieved a few things like the recepient of those tips had a chance to try the new technology. At the same time it helped spread the word about BTC and tipping was partly what made it popular. The legendary stories of the 10,000 BTC pizza also helped in its rise to fame.
How we could forget the guy that bought pizza with bitcoin, what do you think he is thinking now that the price of bitcoin seems to go to an all time high? He could have millions of dollars by now.

That guys name is Roger Ver also known as the Bitcoin Jesus if I have my facts right. Hes still a millionaire and have invested millions in different BTC companies. Im sure he doesnt regret buying those pizzas with 10,000 BTC.

Wrong, Roger Ver was not the pizza guy. It was Laszlo Hanyecz (laszlo), it happened here on bitcointalk:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=137.msg1141#msg1141

See his last posts from 2014, he claims to have spent it all on those 2 pizzas. But at least someone tipped him 1 btc.

Thanks for correcting me. Well then if he spend all the BTC he had in those 2 pizza pies then he should be recognized as one of the biggest failures in the world of Bitcoin. I have heard some people in the forum say that they regret not making the decision to buy BTC way back in 2011 and they are kicking themselves about it. Laszlo Hanyecz must be thinking of killing himself.


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January 07, 2017, 05:20:58 PM
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I have not saw any person who have tipped for any free product. If someone will get any tip for any of his free product and download then it maybe 1 out of thousands. Giving the product at a lowest price is better than giving for tip

I agree with you. some people do not give tip for product or service where the provider mentions that he accepts tip or asks for tip, then what about free product or service? I think only kind people or rich people would give tip. so it will be ebtter to sell the product or service.

but I think tip is worth in posting benefit information in this forum. or at least the thread starter would get some pennies from signature campaign if he joins one.

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January 13, 2017, 02:56:59 PM
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Yep still worth it, every tip is worth it in my eyes no matter what so I think there is no different if the price get higher too..
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January 13, 2017, 08:40:23 PM
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Buying two pizzas for 10,000 coins was a hilarious story, but that is the risk that everyone in crypto takes. Risk could help some earn millions and could cause loss of millions to others. Anyhow, risk means uncertainty and we can laugh now on the past, but the question is who will laugh in the future?

I understand I should not expect any tip so that I will not have to be disappointed at the end. The tips I got were the happiest when I did not expect them. I did not even write about tipping in the thread because each time I did, I could not stand not to expect any tip after that. I think all tips are worth after all because they mean the contribution was helpful to someone, but according to the replies above, it seems, we should not use tipping as a money-making method.


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January 18, 2017, 06:56:23 AM
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Yep still worth it, every tip is worth it in my eyes no matter what so I think there is no different if the price get higher too..

Ok if you think tipping is still worth it, will you tip me if I post my BTC address? To all you Bitcoiners who posted tipping is worth it and to all who still thinks that way then please tip me. My BTC address is in my profile.

It will help spread the word about BTC right? So there. Back your words with action.

I want to add that you do not really have to tip me. I am only trying to prove a point.


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January 18, 2017, 07:05:04 AM
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Yep still worth it, every tip is worth it in my eyes no matter what so I think there is no different if the price get higher too..

Ok if you think tipping is still worth it, will you tip me if I post my BTC address? To all you Bitcoiners who posted tipping is worth it and to all who still thinks that way then please tip me. My BTC address is in my profile.

It will help spread the word about BTC right? So there. Back your words with action.

I want to add that you do not really have to tip me. I am only trying to prove a point.

The thing is, you haven't offered any product or service for free that could incentive users to tip you.

I definitely think tipping is a good thing, and I try to tip whenever someone offers a free service that is useful and I use a lot. I don't know about spreading the word about BTC, because if someone accepts tips with BTC, they probably know about bitcoin beforehand. On the contrary, I think bitcoin tipping is very useful to reward people for offering a free service.
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January 18, 2017, 05:11:52 PM
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The thing is, you haven't offered any product or service for free that could incentive users to tip you.

I definitely think tipping is a good thing, and I try to tip whenever someone offers a free service that is useful and I use a lot. I don't know about spreading the word about BTC, because if someone accepts tips with BTC, they probably know about bitcoin beforehand. On the contrary, I think bitcoin tipping is very useful to reward people for offering a free service.

Though tipping is a good thing and i also feel it is worth doing if someone does something appreciable. But now a days we can hardly find someone tipping a person for doing something just because of the price of bitcoin, people even try to save the smallest parts of their possession so that they can earn more profit in coming time.


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January 19, 2017, 03:33:55 AM
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Yep still worth it, every tip is worth it in my eyes no matter what so I think there is no different if the price get higher too..

Yup, whatever the amount of the tip as long as it is given willingly by that person. Then that tip will always be a good way of appreciation.

And most of the time, we practice to expect nothing for doing or helping people out in the market.

But because of tipping, its a matter of good way to thank people.

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January 19, 2017, 08:46:46 AM
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I don't know about Bitcoin tips, but some free services trust on tips and donations, and they still are somehow able to pay for the developers.

Like adblock and wayback machine, that have dedicated staff and survive because of donations

So tipping works, at least if your intention is run a service and be helpful to others, and not get loads of money and get rich

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The thing is, you haven't offered any product or service for free that could incentive users to tip you.

I definitely think tipping is a good thing, and I try to tip whenever someone offers a free service that is useful and I use a lot. I don't know about spreading the word about BTC, because if someone accepts tips with BTC, they probably know about bitcoin beforehand. On the contrary, I think bitcoin tipping is very useful to reward people for offering a free service.

Though tipping is a good thing and i also feel it is worth doing if someone does something appreciable. But now a days we can hardly find someone tipping a person for doing something just because of the price of bitcoin, people even try to save the smallest parts of their possession so that they can earn more profit in coming time.

Yes, that's definitely sad and I wish people would tip more. I can relate to both sides, as sometimes I do tip people and sometimes I don't because I feel that I want to keep some of my BTC in my wallet. On the contrary, I think more people would be comfortable with tipping with bitcoin as opposed to PayPal due to simplicity of bitcoin.

I think an alternative to taking tips would to maybe charge a small amount for a script, or put ads in whatever service you're operating.

I don't know about Bitcoin tips, but some free services trust on tips and donations, and they still are somehow able to pay for the developers.

Like adblock and wayback machine, that have dedicated staff and survive because of donations

So tipping works, at least if your intention is run a service and be helpful to others, and not get loads of money and get rich

That's very true, but we don't know if they make most of their tips off bitcoin or PayPal. If they did release statistics, it would be great if someone could link me to it.
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January 22, 2017, 11:25:50 PM
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I think tipping someone is good, it shows that we appreciate them, eventhough tipping is not a must thing but it will be nice to tip someone when you got help from that person,but in my opinion it is still seldom that people give a tipped to someone, I ever tipped someone because he helped me to to explained something to software related and it felt nice

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January 23, 2017, 02:01:09 AM
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i dont think anybody would think to tip this way
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January 23, 2017, 02:46:34 AM
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I gets people who says they love mah big black booty-lishous style o' postin', BUT THEY NEVA TIP MY A55.  So the best it gits onna this here forum at least, gratitude git paid some lip service.  An' you all know where you kin stick yo lips.  Rite on my fat black gluteus maximus.  Evverbody be cheap as **** here.  Y'all know people's addresses, they inna profiles.  Who up in here eva gotta tip?
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January 23, 2017, 10:46:34 PM
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I think tipping someone is good, it shows that we appreciate them, eventhough tipping is not a must thing but it will be nice to tip someone when you got help from that person,but in my opinion it is still seldom that people give a tipped to someone, I ever tipped someone because he helped me to to explained something to software related and it felt nice

It is really a good way to appreciate someones work by not accepting any fees but offering their service freely. And this is applicable to escrowing services because there are some members here who are trusted and does offer it for free but accepts tip. Then that's a good way to say thank you to them because they will appreciate your tip.



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January 24, 2017, 12:34:40 PM
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There is nothing wrong in tipping especially where one is generating some form of return or benefiting in one way or the other but the issue there is that, I dont think people really take it serious and some people have equally abused the process. You can see a signature asking for a tip or an announcement who has not even communicated anything about what he/she is offering still asking for a tip. As a developer, I dont think its ok to wait for a tip if you cant afford to give it free then sell...

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January 26, 2017, 02:22:14 PM
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There is nothing wrong in tipping especially where one is generating some form of return or benefiting in one way or the other but the issue there is that, I dont think people really take it serious and some people have equally abused the process. You can see a signature asking for a tip or an announcement who has not even communicated anything about what he/she is offering still asking for a tip. As a developer, I dont think its ok to wait for a tip if you cant afford to give it free then sell...

Yeah, what you can or cannot afford should taken into consideration as a heavy factor. The idea of tipping is nice, but in case you can afford to give your product for free then why not giving it for free and in case you cannot afford to give it for free, you should not base the return on tipping. After all, tipping's place would be somewhere in a free service/product where it is not too obvious but where the right people can find it with some research.


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January 26, 2017, 03:09:10 PM
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It will always be a good thing if you are going to give some tip to a person that gave you a good service.
Treat it like a gift to him.
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January 27, 2017, 07:56:35 PM
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Isn't tipping what RDD and dogecoin are mainly used for?
Frankly, it doesn't matter. Money is money. Would it be better if you received 440 Doge tip instead of its equivalent - which is 0.0001 BTC?
The only problem might be transaction fee of BTC, but this is not a problem when sending money through some online wallets.
Plus BTC can be used more freely, if you receive Doge you will have to convert it to fiat or BTC to use it.
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January 28, 2017, 06:54:34 PM
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I think it's also a little based on the culture of the place where you live. For example here in Italy "tipping" isn't a part of the colture and we don't do it... when we eat in restaurants we pay the "coperto" (usually an euro or two) for the service of the waiters and you can't choose, you have to do it.

If I had to sell something I'd rather put it at a very low price than rely on tipping.
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