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August 14, 2011, 11:41:54 AM
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For 500 bitcoins today!!
Seriously, I've been a graphic artist on Macs for over 20 years. Advertising, design, logos, flyers, print and web design (no websites though), and would gladly sell my services for some bitcoins.
By the way, how do I know how many bitcoins is a reasonable charge for services like that? In the real world, I charge between $15 to $30 US dollars per hour. How does that convert?
Thanks in advance.

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August 14, 2011, 12:01:30 PM
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You could have a look at the latest exchange prices. For example look at bitcoinwatch.com. The price is of course always fluctuating. I see some shops recalculate their prices several times per day based on the exchange rates.

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August 14, 2011, 12:37:43 PM
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Everybody I have seen make it a live conversion between USD and BTC, but I would like to see a steady bitcoin price no matter what the current exchange rate is. That would make it really independent. I know this isn't going to happen, though, because they change in value all the time.

Just set your price base on the exchange rate when you start the project and tell your potential customers that the price can easily change
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August 14, 2011, 07:48:49 PM
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You could make a script that auto updates the prices
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August 14, 2011, 08:51:11 PM
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You could make a script that auto updates the prices

Just be careful if an exchange gets hacked, like MtGox Tongue

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August 15, 2011, 12:01:03 AM
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By the way, how do I know how many bitcoins is a reasonable charge for services like that? In the real world, I charge between $15 to $30 US dollars per hour. How does that convert?
Thanks in advance.

Unfortunately, bitcoin prices still fluctuate a lot. You can see the prices over the last months here. If you want an instant converter based on the current price, use this: http://www.preev.com/
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August 15, 2011, 01:32:57 AM
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Or if you want a more stable price, use BitcoinCharts to get the weighted price for the past week or so.  That is the average price during the past week.  It changes a lot more slowly and isn't subject to the wild fluctuations of the market.

(For even more stability you could use the weighted price for the past month, but then your price might be a bit out of date.)

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