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July 17, 2011, 02:25:55 AM
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50% off until July 23rd!
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July 17, 2011, 07:15:59 AM
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You got rid of the 'tax' - that's a good thing.  I still think you're overcomplicating things a bit tho - why do people need to email/PM you anything?  They could just include a bitcoin address in the Paypal comment field, and the whole thing would be much easier.  I'm tempted to try you out, I could use an extra 50btm in my Dragon's Tale account for $0.85 Paypal but am still cautious.

Also - why the first page?  Click on Buy, only to be taken to a page with a Paypal button, that you click on and takes you to Paypal.  Why mess with the first page?  I'd honestly like to see options like this work for people who want small amounts of bitcoin to try out various things with..  Hopefully you take my suggestions for what they are worth.  good luck.

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July 17, 2011, 01:02:53 PM
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You got rid of the 'tax' - that's a good thing.  I still think you're overcomplicating things a bit tho - why do people need to email/PM you anything?  They could just include a bitcoin address in the Paypal comment field, and the whole thing would be much easier.  I'm tempted to try you out, I could use an extra 50btm in my Dragon's Tale account for $0.85 Paypal but am still cautious.

Also - why the first page?  Click on Buy, only to be taken to a page with a Paypal button, that you click on and takes you to Paypal.  Why mess with the first page?  I'd honestly like to see options like this work for people who want small amounts of bitcoin to try out various things with..  Hopefully you take my suggestions for what they are worth.  good luck.
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July 17, 2011, 07:01:30 PM
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I don't get the 50% off ad...

at the moment 1 BTC=13,33 USD
=> 0,05 BTC=0,6665 USD or 0,67 USD

You sell them for 0,85 USD which gives you 27,82% overhead right?

How much is the paypal fee for accepting usd?

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July 17, 2011, 07:19:44 PM
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I don't get the 50% off ad...

at the moment 1 BTC=13,33 USD
=> 0,05 BTC=0,6665 USD or 0,67 USD

You sell them for 0,85 USD which gives you 27,82% overhead right?

How much is the paypal fee for accepting usd?
They dont charge over a certain amount
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July 20, 2011, 06:21:24 PM
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Who is going to buy 0.01 of a bitcoin? You can mine that in like an hour.

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July 20, 2011, 06:22:04 PM
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Who is going to buy 0.01 of a bitcoin? You can mine that in like an hour.
people who don't mine and people you are new..but I am not selling them right now
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