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October 03, 2017, 12:47:41 PM
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We haven't got such an increased opportunity to pay with bitcoin. Situations change periodically, better is to have a clear idea about the different stores accepting bitcoin and pay accordingly. These days wallets too have come up with payment links that help in paying with bitcoin in a much easier manner.

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October 03, 2017, 01:07:22 PM
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October 03, 2017, 01:30:41 PM
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I dont think you pay a training course with bitcoin, well if your country adopted bitcoin maybe they will accept it. From what ive seen that legalized bitcoin the only businesses there that accepts bitcoins are merchandise business, supermarket, mall, restaurants car businesses and hotel that's far i know.  I haven't heard any schools or institute that is accepting bitcoin for a training course.

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October 04, 2017, 08:32:53 PM
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We haven't got such an increased opportunity to pay with bitcoin. Situations change periodically, better is to have a clear idea about the different stores accepting bitcoin and pay accordingly. These days wallets too have come up with payment links that help in paying with bitcoin in a much easier manner.
I'm looking forward that someday all items thru local and online were buying by the bitcoin. Since digital currency were coming and ready to replace the paper money, I think our life will become more easier than before.
However, before it happen I think bitcoin was need to become legalize in any side of the world. To approve the availability of this coin in to the market.
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October 05, 2017, 03:04:59 AM
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I do not think that this is possible in the next couple of years. While the transactions are not instantaneous, such as in the VISA, MASTERCARD and others. Although, it seems, some work is being done to increase the speed of operations, but for now it takes some time to confirm the transaction. By the way, I heard that in Russia in St. Petersburg there is some kind of coffee house, where they started taking bitcoins as payment, even like a txtanovi bitcoin-ATM! But while all this is at the level of enthusiasts.

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October 05, 2017, 08:38:30 AM
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So far this mode is not good for any place. Paying bitcoin through online classes are not feasible. You earn and invest on bitcoin instead then sell it as you wish Smiley

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October 05, 2017, 09:33:06 AM
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i found some university in India and asia give courses for bitcoin (not check with my self)

also in digital fourm you can find many sell training course  use escrow
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October 05, 2017, 09:36:12 AM
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I like the idea of paying for the education with bitcoin. It's a good investment. But I'm not sure that state universities could accept it, until the government would consider it legal.
Maybe some private courses have already put this into action, but I haven't heard of them.
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October 06, 2017, 07:33:30 AM
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Everyone has different situations, so we do not need to judge other people. Maybe in a few years, we will regret that we bought today some products using bitcoin. But today it seems to us logical and correct. I rarely buy goods for bitcoin, because I use crypto currency as an investment
The truth is that he felt the need back then and with the value at that time there is nothing he could have done better. No one could have predicted or seen the future to know how much the value of bitcoin will be right now and no one knows what it will be tomorrow.

I still spend some part of my bitcoin today most especially if I earn some from the jobs I did and I keep the rest.
If what I have spent now turned out to be $1million in the future, does that mean I won't move on ? Moreover, if we are all holding, how will it exchange hands?

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October 06, 2017, 04:00:53 PM
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It depend on where are you living now cause Bitcoin is not legalized world wide so you only can pay by Bitcoin directly in few countries all over the world if Bitcoin is not legalized in your country I think you still have to exchange it into cash to pay for the training course tuition. The same with my country, Bitcoin still not legalized so when I want to use my Bitcoin to buy anything or pay for any bills I still have to exchange it into cash through some exchange website and the exchange rate is not good all the time so it'll be better if we can use Bitcoin directly
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October 06, 2017, 04:39:12 PM
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I like the idea of paying for the education with bitcoin. It's a good investment. But I'm not sure that state universities could accept it, until the government would consider it legal.
Maybe some private courses have already put this into action, but I haven't heard of them.

I think paying for education should stick with fiat. The volatility of bitcoin forces people to spend either a lot more or a lot less in terms of the fiat evaluation based on where they're located. What I mean is that if someone pays 2,000 USD in a bitcoin amount for a month's worth of tuition, that 2,000 could be worth 4,000 the next month. This would be a loss for the person and a gain for the education system. The opposite way around would mean the education system won't be able to sustain due to lower income.

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October 06, 2017, 04:50:25 PM
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I don't think that there are any educational institutions that accept fees in bitcoins but you can convert bitcoins in your respective currency and maybe then use it t pay the fees. In my country, no institutions accept bitcoins as payment. RAther than wasting time to find a way to pay in bitcoins just exchange your bitcoins in your respective national currency and pay the money.
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October 06, 2017, 10:53:36 PM
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In my country, we have this app coins.ph, which we are using as our bitcoin wallet and in its feature we can pay our electrical bills. As for our country don't accept bitcoin yet, I think they are converting it first to our local currency.

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October 07, 2017, 07:47:47 AM
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We haven't got such an increased opportunity to pay with bitcoin. Situations change periodically, better is to have a clear idea about the different stores accepting bitcoin and pay accordingly. These days wallets too have come up with payment links that help in paying with bitcoin in a much easier manner.
I think the payment with the bitcoin is now easy and the online shopping in the bitcoin has become the source of income for all the people. In my country bitcoin is being pay in a lot of the areas and for the multipurpose such as in the schools, colleges, markets and the restaurants, so it easy to pay for the bills as well.
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October 11, 2017, 06:28:40 AM
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We haven't got such an increased opportunity to pay with bitcoin. Situations change periodically, better is to have a clear idea about the different stores accepting bitcoin and pay accordingly. These days wallets too have come up with payment links that help in paying with bitcoin in a much easier manner.
I think the payment with the bitcoin is now easy and the online shopping in the bitcoin has become the source of income for all the people. In my country bitcoin is being pay in a lot of the areas and for the multipurpose such as in the schools, colleges, markets and the restaurants, so it easy to pay for the bills as well.
It is interesting that you are already paying for all these services in your country. I would have loved to know your country or countries like this anyway for reference purpose.
The good thing is that bitcoin is growing although in some places the adoption is still a bit low compared to some other places where they are taking the adoption pretty fast. Hopefully, we keep getting more of this as time goes on.
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October 11, 2017, 12:12:27 PM
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I don't think that there are any educational institutions that accept fees in bitcoins but you can convert bitcoins in your respective currency and maybe then use it t pay the fees. In my country, no institutions accept bitcoins as payment. RAther than wasting time to find a way to pay in bitcoins just exchange your bitcoins in your respective national currency and pay the money.
In our country there are no any establishment, services or shop who accept bitcoin as exchange of anything. However if the bitcoin currency exchange into the money of each country I'm sure that they can used it for paying of anything. Moreover bitcoin was really large helps to the people who have no job, also they can used it to provide their needs and wants.

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October 11, 2017, 12:43:24 PM
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I don't think that there are any educational institutions that accept fees in bitcoins but you can convert bitcoins in your respective currency and maybe then use it t pay the fees. In my country, no institutions accept bitcoins as payment. RAther than wasting time to find a way to pay in bitcoins just exchange your bitcoins in your respective national currency and pay the money.
In our country there are no any establishment, services or shop who accept bitcoin as exchange of anything. However if the bitcoin currency exchange into the money of each country I'm sure that they can used it for paying of anything. Moreover bitcoin was really large helps to the people who have no job, also they can used it to provide their needs and wants.

The government of my country is friendly to the crypto currency. But for the time being, the crypto currency is developing slowly. I can not buy all the necessary products for life using bitcoin. I have to use the services of exchangers.

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October 11, 2017, 12:50:13 PM
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The government of my country is friendly to the crypto currency. But for the time being, the crypto currency is developing slowly. I can not buy all the necessary products for life using bitcoin. I have to use the services of exchangers.

Just because you can't buy your daily needs with Bitcoin, you think the crypto market is developing slowly? In most cases it's the volatility that scares off merchants, while in reality they could choose to go with a payment service such as BitPay to avoid exposing themselves to the risks that are tied to this volatile market. If they knew that was possible, I am fairly sure that we would see a whole lot of more merchants accept Bitcoin in their offline and online store. In other words, the problem here is merchants lacking knowledge.

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October 11, 2017, 01:58:32 PM
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I don't think that there are any educational institutions that accept fees in bitcoins but you can convert bitcoins in your respective currency and maybe then use it t pay the fees. In my country, no institutions accept bitcoins as payment. RAther than wasting time to find a way to pay in bitcoins just exchange your bitcoins in your respective national currency and pay the money.
My opinion also same as you. I think in this position, it is impossible because bitcoin is not acceptable all over the world. The main reason of it is legality. Accepting bitcoin on institution is difficult way where everyone want fiat money directly because all people are not familiar to bitcoin.

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I don't think that there are any educational institutions that accept fees in bitcoins but you can convert bitcoins in your respective currency and maybe then use it t pay the fees. In my country, no institutions accept bitcoins as payment. RAther than wasting time to find a way to pay in bitcoins just exchange your bitcoins in your respective national currency and pay the money.
In our country there are no any establishment, services or shop who accept bitcoin as exchange of anything. However if the bitcoin currency exchange into the money of each country I'm sure that they can used it for paying of anything. Moreover bitcoin was really large helps to the people who have no job, also they can used it to provide their needs and wants.
It is difficult to create a service like the OP wants, some countries like Japan are the leading countries in this field.
People still do not understand using Bitcoin and I find it very difficult to explain to them. one day maybe they will understand.

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