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September 16, 2011, 08:41:02 PM
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Are there any merchants (online or physical) that want to share how many bitcoin payments they receive on average? Companies such as BitcoinNotify/Bit-Pay may also share some numbers if they want.
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September 16, 2011, 10:55:14 PM
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Are there any merchants (online or physical) that want to share how many bitcoin payments they receive on average? Companies such as BitcoinNotify/Bit-Pay may also share some numbers if they want.


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September 16, 2011, 11:03:48 PM
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Before mybitcoin.com failed we were doing about $500 a month.  Now after we are doing almost nothing.  I do notice that I have had less business when the exchange rate is low.


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Are there any merchants (online or physical) that want to share how many bitcoin payments they receive on average? Companies such as BitcoinNotify/Bit-Pay may also share some numbers if they want.
Isn't that the million dollar question these days?

Maybe. Does anyone know the answer? I have never seen any volume numbers. Not even from Meze Grill.

Before mybitcoin.com failed we were doing about $500 a month.  Now after we are doing almost nothing.  I do notice that I have had less business when the exchange rate is low.

Thanks for the input. I didn't know your store. Here is another QR-Code that you might want to put into a t-shirt Wink
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September 16, 2011, 11:23:12 PM
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Are there any merchants (online or physical) that want to share how many bitcoin payments they receive on average? Companies such as BitcoinNotify/Bit-Pay may also share some numbers if they want.
Isn't that the million dollar question these days?

Maybe. Does anyone know the answer? I have never seen any volume numbers. Not even from Meze Grill.

Before mybitcoin.com failed we were doing about $500 a month.  Now after we are doing almost nothing.  I do notice that I have had less business when the exchange rate is low.

Thanks for the input. I didn't know your store. Here is another QR-Code that you might want to put into a t-shirt Wink

Thanks!  I saw yours first, but also saw the non-commercial restriction on it, so I did not use it.  It is impressive how much a QR can be altered and still work!


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