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July 26, 2013, 03:46:16 AM
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Since I first got into crypto-currency (last month) the amount of pan-handling is intriguing.   I see it kinda like that guy with the guitar in the park with tip jar by his guitar.

I don't kid myself, I don't think Alt-Coin tipping is widespread by any stretch.  I've got my tipjar out like the rest.

This leads me to the interesting idea of micro-tipping services.  There are a few out there and was surprised I didn't find a more complete list.  What I've found so far are:

Flattr
GitTip
r/bitcointip

Does anyone use these, and are there any others.

Wasn't there a stackexchange like service that could earn tips by answering questions?

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July 26, 2013, 05:46:06 AM
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I tried out Pikapay which is a twitter payment system, it seems to work pretty well. The only downside I found with it is that you have to give them permissions on your twitter account so I don't see it being mainstream anytime soon. I think that is the only operating twitter tipper the old one shut down.

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July 26, 2013, 08:16:36 AM
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Not sure if I understood correctly the question!!

Anyway, I like the style of this one: https://www.bctip.org/
Isn't it cool?

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August 13, 2013, 07:09:44 PM
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Twitter has 3 permissions levels.

PikaPay uses the second, so that you can combine a Tweet with the Bitcoin transaction.  Test it out with another account to get an idea how it works.

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August 14, 2013, 04:00:28 AM
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Best way to do it is to buypass the middleman.  A tip jar usually wants a tip of your tip.  So if you are scrapeing for tips in the first place. Why give money to someone else?


That twitter one might be one of the few free or close to it that has existed.  But for what you want it's fairly simple stuff.

1. Get a wallet address with a private key YOU control
2. Post the address as you are doing in your sig.



For websites or thay flatter look outside of the fourm.  Check into github.  Tons of projects exist for various types of bitcoin buttons.  Donation buttons included. 

However if you want someone else to handle it BitWidget has some cool options.  You can also get an inputs.io account and have a few options to be sent coin.
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August 15, 2013, 03:33:31 PM
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Why give money to someone else?

Because they provide added value, deliver goods and services, you like what they do, it's good for the bitcoin economy, etc.

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Why give money to someone else?

Because they provide added value, deliver goods and services, you like what they do, it's good for the bitcoin economy, etc.

Are we speaking of the people we are tipping or the services offered to aid in tipping?  If we are talking  the individual I agree
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August 15, 2013, 08:14:58 PM
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What are we talking here

Speculation on where the price is going or tipping someone for inside information


Anyhow


if you want market tips on where the price is going these people do it for free

https://twitter.com/CryptonInvest

https://twitter.com/Bitcoin_Trading


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