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July 29, 2013, 12:47:40 PM
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Hi tosaki,
First of all, sorry for my poor english but i'm italian.
Today i've selled my firts item on bitmit, and i just love this site!

Finally, i've found a very good alternative to feebay  Smiley

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July 30, 2013, 01:41:39 PM
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Hi, I placed an order (no escrow) a few days ago, the seller cancelled the order because could not ship. The BTC is confirmed received. Since no escrow, I am unable to claim BTC back. Status is now that BTC is received and item not shipped. When asking the seller to release BTC back to me, s/he says I must ask Bitmit support for my BTC. I have written to Bitmit support, but no response. Who is holding my BTC, the seller or Bitmit? Could not the seller just release the BTCs?

Hi. Please tell us your username or the order id so we can investigate. Thank you.


Hi, order number is 22464. Look forward to see the BTC in my wallet shortly.


BTCs were refunded to your BTC wallet. Sorry for the delay.

Hi tosaki,
First of all, sorry for my poor english but i'm italian.
Today i've selled my firts item on bitmit, and i just love this site!

Finally, i've found a very good alternative to feebay  Smiley

I am happy to hear this. Thank you!

Update
NEW: Public Bitmit Statistic - Search queries
We decided to make our search query stats available for public access. We hope that this helps you to decide which items you consider to place on Bitmit.

You can see what keywords users are searching for and filter the results to your country.
You can also search for keywords with no search results.

https://www.bitmit.net/en/statistic/searchqueries/

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July 30, 2013, 03:00:37 PM
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Update
NEW: Public Bitmit Statistic - Search queries
We decided to make our search query stats available for public access. We hope that this helps you to decide which items you consider to place on Bitmit.

You can see what keywords users are searching for and filter the results to your country.
You can also search for keywords with no search results.

https://www.bitmit.net/en/statistic/searchqueries/



that's nice and all, but the website is currently unreachable...

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July 30, 2013, 06:14:05 PM
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Hi, I placed an order (no escrow) a few days ago, the seller cancelled the order because could not ship. The BTC is confirmed received. Since no escrow, I am unable to claim BTC back. Status is now that BTC is received and item not shipped. When asking the seller to release BTC back to me, s/he says I must ask Bitmit support for my BTC. I have written to Bitmit support, but no response. Who is holding my BTC, the seller or Bitmit? Could not the seller just release the BTCs?

Hi. Please tell us your username or the order id so we can investigate. Thank you.


Hi, order number is 22464. Look forward to see the BTC in my wallet shortly.


BTCs were refunded to your BTC wallet. Sorry for the delay.


Thanks!


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August 01, 2013, 01:42:17 PM
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Please add something to prevent trolls.

I want to choose not to do business with accounts younger than 7 days and not with negative rated accounts.

Also, many new people don't get the system, there should be a detailed instruction on register.

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August 05, 2013, 08:12:09 AM
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I've noticed that pictures keep disappearing from my listings. Not good at all.

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August 05, 2013, 04:34:34 PM
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-0,00100000      Wallet fee   2013-08-05, 05:16 time    Confirmed
-0,5xxxx   1Axxx      2013-08-05, 05:16 time    Not confirmed (0/6)
you took the fee 10 times bigger than reqular and still did not attach it to the transaction...
I'm waiting for confirmation for 3 hours already...
And you take 1,9% from every transaction...

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August 06, 2013, 11:37:33 AM
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I've noticed that pictures keep disappearing from my listings. Not good at all.

Pics will be restored shortly!

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-0,00100000      Wallet fee   2013-08-05, 05:16 time    Confirmed
-0,5xxxx   1Axxx      2013-08-05, 05:16 time    Not confirmed (0/6)
you took the fee 10 times bigger than reqular and still did not attach it to the transaction...
I'm waiting for confirmation for 3 hours already...
And you take 1,9% from every transaction...
We may reduce our wallet fee soon due to the raising Bitcoin value. At the time we introduced this fee bitcoin's value was very low. We charge 1.9% for every sales payment you get from a Bitmit order. In contrast to other services this is a very low fee. At this time our bitcoin daemon decides if a fee is added or not.

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Configurable exchange rates for your item prices are coming soon! We consider to make this module open source so people can write & submit plugins of their fav. exchange service and use it for other btc projects.

Please tell us the exchange services you would like to see supported on Bitmit. Currently we consider to introduce the following exchange services with all its supported currencies and types of it (last, weighted, 24h avg):

- mtgox.com
- bitstamp.net
- btc-e.com
- bitcoincharts.com (avg of all exchange services)
- bitcoin.de
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August 07, 2013, 09:02:59 AM
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Please add something to prevent trolls.

I want to choose not to do business with accounts younger than 7 days and not with negative rated accounts.

Also, many new people don't get the system, there should be a detailed instruction on register.

Quoting again, it's really annoying. If you don't do something soon I will move to another service.

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August 08, 2013, 05:28:03 PM
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Please add something to prevent trolls.

I want to choose not to do business with accounts younger than 7 days and not with negative rated accounts.

Also, many new people don't get the system, there should be a detailed instruction on register.

Quoting again, it's really annoying. If you don't do something soon I will move to another service.

Sorry that I forgot to reply. So you are mostly facing problems because customers don't know what Bitcoin is and how to pay, right?

Update:
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From now on Bitmit uses Bitstamp.net's last USD rate as default Bitcoin exchange rate. Shortly you will be able to choose between several ones. Have a look at https://www.bitmit.net/en/exchangeRates.php to see our current conversion rates.

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Check out our news site to stay up to date.
https://www.bitmit.net/en/news/

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August 08, 2013, 08:54:41 PM
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Sorry that I forgot to reply. So you are mostly facing problems because customers don't know what Bitcoin is and how to pay, right?




Mostly. 4/5 orders cancelled due to the fact that people have no clue what they're supposed to do on the site.

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August 08, 2013, 09:02:43 PM
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Sorry that I forgot to reply. So you are mostly facing problems because customers don't know what Bitcoin is and how to pay, right?




Mostly. 4/5 orders cancelled due to the fact that people have no clue what they're supposed to do on the site.

Wow, that's quite high. I see there is a need for counter measures.
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August 09, 2013, 02:18:29 AM
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Auction Count Snapshot

Worldwide from Dropdown on top right
26,902


Manual Count of Countries/Unions (except Worldwide) on top right
12,687 (sum of below)

5,037 US
3,075 EU
284 EU (why twice?)
462 Denmark
781 China
600 Canada
875 Germany
516 Spain
43 Russia
1,014 UK

Manual Count of categories on Left
12,271 (Sum of # on bottom)

12,271 ~ 12,687  o.k.


so where are the other 14,000 Listings?
Is the Worldwide number a mistake?
Or are there 14,000 listings from "non-member" countries?


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August 09, 2013, 09:03:41 AM
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Sorry that I forgot to reply. So you are mostly facing problems because customers don't know what Bitcoin is and how to pay, right?




Mostly. 4/5 orders cancelled due to the fact that people have no clue what they're supposed to do on the site.

Wow, that's quite high. I see there is a need for counter measures.

yeah... how about you let new users only purchase something if they have the amount in their bitmit wallet? I guess that would be the easiest solution

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August 09, 2013, 09:06:26 AM
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yeah... how about you let new users only purchase something if they have the amount in their bitmit wallet? I guess that would be the easiest solution
this is actually a good idea and you get to sit on those btcs even longer Wink
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August 09, 2013, 03:16:38 PM
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yeah... how about you let new users only purchase something if they have the amount in their bitmit wallet? I guess that would be the easiest solution
this is actually a good idea and you get to sit on those btcs even longer Wink

So speaking as a customer on BitMit, that would mean I would have to keep bitcoin in my BitMit wallet and that's not something I like to do.  Or I would have to transfer Bitcoin twice to pay for an item.  That would make using BitMit less convenient.

I personally have only made purchases on BitMit, and I like how its setup and I like the process.

But this is just one geeks opinion.
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August 09, 2013, 03:28:11 PM
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yeah... how about you let new users only purchase something if they have the amount in their bitmit wallet? I guess that would be the easiest solution
this is actually a good idea and you get to sit on those btcs even longer Wink

So speaking as a customer on BitMit, that would mean I would have to keep bitcoin in my BitMit wallet and that's not something I like to do.  Or I would have to transfer Bitcoin twice to pay for an item.  That would make using BitMit less convenient.

I personally have only made purchases on BitMit, and I like how its setup and I like the process.

But this is just one geeks opinion.

I don't want to keep coins on bitmit either, don't get me wrong. Only accounts younger than 14 days or something should be forced to use this method.

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August 09, 2013, 04:19:07 PM
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Hey guys, why is the price of BTC 92USD when weighted average on MtGox is $102???


EDIT: So you guys changed from Gox to bitstamp?  That is load of crap!!! You're making buyers pay a huge premium.  Difference is almost $10.
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August 09, 2013, 05:59:32 PM
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Hey guys, why is the price of BTC 92USD when weighted average on MtGox is $102???


EDIT: So you guys changed from Gox to bitstamp?  That is load of crap!!! You're making buyers pay a huge premium.  Difference is almost $10.

We changed the default rate from gox to bitstamp because of the huge difference between both and because mtgox payouts take very long at the moment.

But from now on sellers can choose which exchange rate they would like to use (currently only mtgox and bitstamp supported).

I think you don't have to worry too much about high prices. The market will regulate it
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August 09, 2013, 07:29:22 PM
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Hey guys, why is the price of BTC 92USD when weighted average on MtGox is $102???


EDIT: So you guys changed from Gox to bitstamp?  That is load of crap!!! You're making buyers pay a huge premium.  Difference is almost $10.

I agree completely. At least use an average of the gox and bitstamp quotes!
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