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July 29, 2011, 03:54:30 AM
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Wow...Pretty girls and bitcoins in the same company! Tongue I thought you hired her just to shoot the video. Sorry for my post then.

It helps having access to all the STARE models if we need to hire a pretty face Smiley 

Alison also works for Fox Sports and SpikeTV (she is "Chelsea" on TNA Wrestling) so she's not full-time with us, but she does a great job with all the public relations stuff so we can work on the code.

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July 29, 2011, 09:34:13 AM
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This is just about as easy as putting a button with a form on your page. Sure you have to pay a fee. But it is worth it to save a lot of headache.

He brings up a good point that we didn't get time to explain on TV.  We basically have 2 options for paying our merchants:

1.  If you don't want anything to do with bitcoins and you want dollars sent to your bank account, like what happens with Paypal or credit cards, then bit-pay assumes the currency risk and the trading fees for the full amount of the order.  We do all of this as part of the package for the merchant that doesn't want to mess with bitcoins.  Our fees for everything in this case is 2.99%.

2.  If the merchant is fine taking bitcoins, we do offer a much lower fee for this, since we don't have any currency exchange or trading risks or costs.  If you'll take bitcoins, you can use all of bit-pay's services and the fees are 0.99%.




 Ahh, that's what I was waiting for. .....Now I can fully apologize for my criticisms of you guys. I wanted to, but had to put you up against the wall first, to get those crazy prices down for the community.
   I want to say I fully appreciate what you guys are doing, I just had a real serious problem with those prices being charged to the bitcoin community for something that does not warrant it. Good luck with your endeavor. I'll be using your services on some of my sites in the future. 1% is reasonable. Thanks!

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July 29, 2011, 09:58:50 AM
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I tend not to watch video.  You may find that developers tend to not watch video, we like to read.

I'm posting to say that i am like him, i prefer read things than watching a video.

So, less video and more WRITTEN things that explain this. No, i won't watch "episode 30", sorry.
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July 29, 2011, 12:20:00 PM
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I'm posting to say that i am like him, i prefer read things than watching a video.


Gabi we have full written documentation inside the site for approved merchants.  It's not that hard really, if you've ever made a Paypal button you can make one of ours, without needing any instructions.

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July 29, 2011, 08:19:45 PM
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www.OGDOGG.com has integrated Bit-Pay buttons in the Merchandise section.  Check it out. 

Awesome! 

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