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Author Topic: [FULL] ChipMixer Signature Campaign | Sr Member+ | Up to 0.0375 BTC/w  (Read 234060 times)
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November 26, 2018, 02:48:37 PM
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So is chipmixer going to raise the rates considering how much bitcoin crashed?

Why would they? It was EXTREMELY generous a rate at the peak and they didn't reduce them then.

Ah.. I remember those days when bitcoin was at it's peak. I felt like a rich dude for a while and refused to spend a bit of it due to my BTC holdings being a multiple of 0.0375 that I didn't want to ruin. In second thought, I wish I spend just a bit of it.

Anyway, yea. Unless BTC crashes to triple digits or lower I don't see ChipMixer possibly adjusting the payouts just a teeny tiny bit to make it worth it for some people.

I was in the bitmixer campaign when it was one of the lowest payouts. 0.035 was a piffling amount so I blew it on stuff like laptop sleeves that instantly broke or a Google play voucher. Lots of growling ensued.

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November 27, 2018, 02:06:32 PM
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So is chipmixer going to raise the rates considering how much bitcoin crashed?

Why would they? It was EXTREMELY generous a rate at the peak and they didn't reduce them then.

Ah.. I remember those days when bitcoin was at it's peak. I felt like a rich dude for a while and refused to spend a bit of it due to my BTC holdings being a multiple of 0.0375 that I didn't want to ruin. In second thought, I wish I spend just a bit of it.

Anyway, yea. Unless BTC crashes to triple digits or lower I don't see ChipMixer possibly adjusting the payouts just a teeny tiny bit to make it worth it for some people.

I was in the bitmixer campaign when it was one of the lowest payouts. 0.035 was a piffling amount so I blew it on stuff like laptop sleeves that instantly broke or a Google play voucher. Lots of growling ensued.

What was the price at that time? When I first got into a signature campaign I also almost automatically sold everything after every week and bought unnecessary crap. I had no idea of bull and bear markets in the past unfortunately. I was quite in disbelief when bitcoin started rallying up. Anyway, at least we now know better. Tongue

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November 27, 2018, 02:16:17 PM
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So is chipmixer going to raise the rates considering how much bitcoin crashed?
Pfft.  I'm quite happy with the pay rate staying the same.  Chipmixer was extremely generous when bitcoin was worth a lot more, and this balances it out.  I'm grateful just to be a part of this campaign, because it was hard as hell to get into it in the first place.  0.0075BTC/post is still incredibly generous now that bitcoin is in the crapper.

I had no idea of bull and bear markets in the past unfortunately. I was quite in disbelief when bitcoin started rallying up. Anyway, at least we now know better. Tongue
Well that was a good lesson for you to learn--and for any noobie to learn.  I wish I could have held onto all the bitcoin I've earned through campaigns, but I had to sell a lot and I bought a lot of stuff too.  It's not a huge regret, just a minor one.

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November 27, 2018, 02:37:08 PM
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I think the fixed ChipMixer rate is even an interesting economic experiment. It's one of the few things priced in Bitcoin (are there any others left?) with an unchanged rate since 2017 (or even 2016? I don't remember when it started exactly.).

If we want Bitcoin to succeed as a currency, this kind of fixed prices should become more popular and eventually even the norm. In a context of extreme volatility like now it's unlikely for that to happen massively, but maybe such a trend could start in the next consolidation phase.

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November 27, 2018, 02:53:29 PM
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I think the fixed ChipMixer rate is even an interesting economic experiment. It's one of the few things priced in Bitcoin (are there any others left?)
Bitcointalk VIP and donator ranks have a fixed rate too Tongue

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November 27, 2018, 03:02:24 PM
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So is chipmixer going to raise the rates considering how much bitcoin crashed?

I doubt it. Their service only takes a pay-what-you-want fee in BTC.(Basically a donation, or a tip.) I don't think this downtrend in value vs fiat is going to yield more BTC for them, so they can budget more BTC to this campaign. I could be wrong.
Not so like you said, I didn't read rules and sent 0.0103 and that 0.003 got donated, that really made me sad because I had to make another payment.
Your campaign is doing well, like bitmixer was doing. fixed 0.0007(5) and max 35 post. They didn't lower rates when bitcoin skyrocketed so I think it's not fair to request rise of pay per post because of current situation.
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November 27, 2018, 03:06:28 PM
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What was the price at that time? When I first got into a signature campaign I also almost automatically sold everything after every week and bought unnecessary crap. I had no idea of bull and bear markets in the past unfortunately. I was quite in disbelief when bitcoin started rallying up. Anyway, at least we now know better. Tongue

Mainly the 200-250 dollar range so that 0.035 was 8 or so dollars. I only did it a few times and still have most of what was earned. I still look at my bits of piece of shit neoprene from Amazon and groan all the same.

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November 27, 2018, 03:24:53 PM
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Well that was a good lesson for you to learn--and for any noobie to learn.  I wish I could have held onto all the bitcoin I've earned through campaigns, but I had to sell a lot and I bought a lot of stuff too.  It's not a huge regret, just a minor one.
Yeah. It's weird thinking that people didn't care or people weren't as impatient in the past(compared to today at least) with bull markets or price rises in general..

..or was it just me?

I think the fixed ChipMixer rate is even an interesting economic experiment. It's one of the few things priced in Bitcoin (are there any others left?) with an unchanged rate since 2017 (or even 2016? I don't remember when it started exactly.).

If we want Bitcoin to succeed as a currency, this kind of fixed prices should become more popular and eventually even the norm. In a context of extreme volatility like now it's unlikely for that to happen massively, but maybe such a trend could start in the next consolidation phase.
It's probably because ChipMixer is also earning in BTC rather than fiat; hence they compute their percentage allocations on everything(campaigns, marketing in general, etc) in BTC. I'm really happy with the dynamic amount though. I just heavily prefer receiving the 0.0375 weekly payout at December-January prices. LOL

Mainly the 200-250 dollar range so that 0.035 was 8 or so dollars. I only did it a few times and still have most of what was earned. I still look at my bits of piece of shit neoprene from Amazon and groan all the same.
Good for you. Campaigns in the past we're my first and only real "income" as an unemployed chap; hence I was addicted with seeing my fiat money slowly increasing weekly. 🤦

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November 27, 2018, 03:35:43 PM
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Yeah. It's weird thinking that people didn't care or people weren't as impatient in the past(compared to today at least) with bull markets or price rises in general..

..or was it just me?

Even when it was in the doldrums with no prospect of life I didn't want to spend any. I did a few times to prove my efforts were doing something.

My weekly record was 0.18 BTC from the Coinsbank/Bit-X campaign. Slightly bizarre to think that was nearly $4000 for a week of posting shite at peak prices.

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November 27, 2018, 03:39:05 PM
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0.0075BTC/post is still incredibly generous now that bitcoin is in the crapper.
That's huge  Grin if the  0 were missed.
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December 01, 2018, 08:36:57 PM
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2 members have unfortunately left, so there are now 2 open spots.

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Ok, let's try this time

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December 01, 2018, 08:57:06 PM
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Hello, I want to join Chipmixer Campaign.

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December 01, 2018, 08:59:17 PM
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Whoops, count me in.

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December 01, 2018, 09:11:39 PM
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I apply as well

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