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September 26, 2017, 09:05:32 AM
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I would accept bitcoin as salary if the value of bitcoin is still pegged with fiat value so that whenever bitcoin's value goes down, I am still receiving the same amount equal to fiat so it would still be fixed whereas if the value of bitcoin is fixed not fiat then I would not accept it because I would not be able to properly distribute my money since my expenses are all in fiat value. It's good that it's base on fiat still because it's fixed while if it is fix on bitcoin's value then it would be volatile.

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September 26, 2017, 09:20:58 AM
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Then why not accept Fiat currency in the first place if you are willing to accept Bitcoin just to convert it to Fiat currency later on? I think it will be a complete wast of time if you chose this kind of method. Also making Bitcoin as your salary is a bad idea as Bitcoin is a volatile currency and just by accepting it you are risking the value of your currency of it falling down. Your main income should be stable as your daily needs depend on it.
yes exactly wasting of time accepting it as what paid it as your salary because even this would be your salary you will convert it in fiat currency and why you choose that at the first place you can have that when you work here in some campaign paid by btc then you can also have that in trading so why you must accept that method.
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September 26, 2017, 03:07:25 PM
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Would you accept bitcoin as your salary in your profession, especially if you work in other country?

For me yes I will accept bitcoin because we can exchange it in our local currency.


I would also accept bitcoin as salary, because like what you can do, we can also convert it to our local currency. Furthermore, if salaries are sent through pur bitcoin wallets, then it would be more convenient because you don't have to go on an ATM but rather you can check it online if how much did you get. So I am on it.
Definitely bitcoins should be paid as salary to students for their future investments. They can use bitcoins for making more money by selling their projects online for bitcoins or they can trade their bitcoins. This salary benefits the students in different ways and provides them with opportunities to make more money.
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September 26, 2017, 03:49:43 PM
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Would you accept bitcoin as your salary in your profession, especially if you work in other country?

For me yes I will accept bitcoin because we can exchange it in our local currency.


I would also accept bitcoin as salary, because like what you can do, we can also convert it to our local currency. Furthermore, if salaries are sent through pur bitcoin wallets, then it would be more convenient because you don't have to go on an ATM but rather you can check it online if how much did you get. So I am on it.
Definitely bitcoins should be paid as salary to students for their future investments. They can use bitcoins for making more money by selling their projects online for bitcoins or they can trade their bitcoins. This salary benefits the students in different ways and provides them with opportunities to make more money.

Try to compare how hard to earn money on working in companies rather than working on signature campaigns or getting translations and your only at home. Obviously getting bounties and advertising ico's is easier and pay's a lot more than working in company.
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September 26, 2017, 04:10:30 PM
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Would you accept  as your salary in your profession, especially if you work in other country?

For me yes I will accept  because we can exchange it in our local currency.




for me, I will not receive a salary for my salary. because the  exchange rate sometimes goes up sometimes down.
i think salary as a bitcoin has benefit and drawbacks both. i think it i beneficial if you need just to invest and also when the crypto market goes down and also when the price of the bitcoin is low and you have to invest and wait for the price to goes high in this case it is benificial but if you have to use it one daily basis it's not then because you have to gave a huge transaction fee whenever you have to transect.
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September 26, 2017, 04:25:30 PM
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Would you accept  as your salary in your profession, especially if you work in other country?

For me yes I will accept  because we can exchange it in our local currency.




for me, I will not receive a salary for my salary. because the  exchange rate sometimes goes up sometimes down.
i think salary as a bitcoin has benefit and drawbacks both. i think it i beneficial if you need just to invest and also when the crypto market goes down and also when the price of the bitcoin is low and you have to invest and wait for the price to goes high in this case it is benificial but if you have to use it one daily basis it's not then because you have to gave a huge transaction fee whenever you have to transect.

I don't prefer bitcoin as the salary for a regular job. I can accept 50% of the money as bitcoin, but 100% of the salary is risky to get with bitcoin honestly saying.
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September 26, 2017, 04:41:05 PM
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I am actually dreaming for the day to come when all the world accepts bitcoin as a currency and I am paid in bitcoins for my regular job, it would be nice to travel all over the world with bitcoin currency and you don't have to worry about changing the currency.

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September 26, 2017, 04:45:07 PM
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Would you accept bitcoin as your salary in your profession, especially if you work in other country?

For me yes I will accept bitcoin because we can exchange it in our local currency.


Normally I find it a bit risky due to the high rate of fluctuation in the value of the btc/usd, it might be differentiate each month.
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September 26, 2017, 04:50:39 PM
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Would you accept bitcoin as your salary in your profession, especially if you work in other country?

For me yes I will accept bitcoin because we can exchange it in our local currency.


You live in other country and yet you want to earn your local currency ? If you can exchange bitcoin for your local currency ,then why do you even want to earn in bitcoin,you're any how going to convert it,what logic is this? Also tell me this, if the price drops ,then you will be the one who will suffer the loss,and extra fees also you will have to pay. Better earn in fiat and then convert it to your local currency ,the fee might be less i believe.
Answering to your question,I do earn in bitcoin in signature campaigns,but as a permanent job ,I would want to earn in fiat.


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September 26, 2017, 09:19:26 PM
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I will not accept bitcoin as a salary because its prices are not stable. And who knows that its price will go down then you will get a low amount of salary.
And if the prices go up you will get twice what you should. Your point makes no sense.
If your employer converts your USD payment to Bitcoin and you exchange it on the day you get it there's no way prices will go down. He will check the price, send you the transaction and an hour later you'll have your coins on an exchange ready to be turned into fiat if that is your wish.

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September 26, 2017, 10:10:35 PM
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For me its not a good idea since unlike cold cash which can be spent as soon as the hr release the salary bitcoin is not you still need to convert it to fiat through selling and besides not all people are aware of btc and how blockchain works so I dont think its good to implement on a company.

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September 26, 2017, 10:13:57 PM
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Wow yes of course! I'd love to receive my salary in bitcoin. I think it's very cool and great. Bitcoin price keeps increasing, so if i save my salary, there's an opportunity that the value will be higher, unline real money when mostly, the value will drop instead of being high.
But maybe it will be inconvinient because if i don't exchange my bitcoin to my country's currency, i can't use it at all because my country doesn't accept bitcoin.

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September 26, 2017, 11:16:44 PM
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Would you accept bitcoin as your salary in your profession, especially if you work in other country?

For me yes I will accept bitcoin because we can exchange it in our local currency.



One of the reasons why people make bitcoin as their main income is because they think their work in the real world is very tiring and takes a lot of their time. ultimately they want to find more effective job with the same or greater income, when this happens to someone, the smart person will be able to see the opportunity, and bitcoin is an excellent opportunity to overcome the problem. So they chose bitcoin as their primary job and left their jobs in the real world.
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September 27, 2017, 05:31:53 AM
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NO i dont want to, because bitcoin price is not stable than real money, look bitcoin price today it drop to the hell, if you receive your salary yesterday you get some loss of your salary, i think for the salary its better use real money and bitcoin as side job to get extra money  Grin Grin
It is a great idea to give a regular salary in form of bitcoins to your employees who are working hard to make your business/industry better and better. In this way they can either save bitcoins in your accounts or they can start making money from them as well through trading and investments.

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September 27, 2017, 02:04:23 PM
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I don't think it's a good idea to use bitcoin for a regular salary. Bitcoin value isn't stable like the local currency. Imagining your salary this month will negatively different on the other month. Regular job needs a more stable pay.

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September 27, 2017, 02:06:13 PM
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Would you accept bitcoin as your salary in your profession, especially if you work in other country?

For me yes I will accept bitcoin because we can exchange it in our local currency.


I don't agree to you because we all know the bitcoin is volatile. Everyday the price of the bitcoin is changing.

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September 27, 2017, 02:11:26 PM
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Would you accept bitcoin as your salary in your profession, especially if you work in other country?

For me yes I will accept bitcoin because we can exchange it in our local currency.


For me is no because there are few times that bitcoin has a small value yet, we still don't know if it will last long. I would still rather to accept fiat than Bitcoin because fiat is still convinient in this time. Besides, there are few stores are accepting bitcoin as a payment hence it will be hassle for us because we must convert it first. Maybe someday I will accept bitcoin as a salary if bitcoin is fully legalized around the world.

 
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September 27, 2017, 02:21:17 PM
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Would you accept bitcoin as your salary in your profession, especially if you work in other country?

For me yes I will accept bitcoin because we can exchange it in our local currency.


Why not? Bitcoin is not illegal in my country and the price of this is so high and almost every salary i got is too much for me so i can save a lot of money. This is too much for the work, so i probably agree with that
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September 27, 2017, 02:26:52 PM
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Of course I can enjoy it because that salary is much better than real money. We can always convert bitcoin into paper money all the time so bitcoins are my salary that would probably make me rich
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September 27, 2017, 02:28:27 PM
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No, I will not accept bitcoin as my salary on my regular job. I need a stable pay. If I am earning bitcoin in my professional job, I most likely need to convert first the bitcoin in local currency which doesn't have the stable value.

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