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July 23, 2011, 07:33:52 PM
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Hi.

I own a recording studio and am new to bitcoins.  I heard about them from a poker buddy, and have been playing some poker on betco.in.

Now I am wondering if I could take them for payment at my studio.

Has anyone had much experience doing this for a local business?  I do live in a large city (Dallas) so there might be some people who might use them.

Any feelings, suggestions, or ideas?
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July 23, 2011, 07:48:57 PM
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When I had a small studio, I often bartered for services. Bitcoin is just another form of payment. If you are willing to take them, just put a small bitcoin logo on your invoice and have them email you to verify payment. If you have a website, you may be able to take small BTC payments for recording artists that agree to sell their work online and share the profits with them. I suspect that once the bitcoin apps go viral, lots of kids will have them to buy things online that they cannot get a credit card for.

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