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June 18, 2018, 05:15:50 PM
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As the title says, I am trying to remember a website name.
 
The site provides solutions to accept Bitcoin payments. Basically, you install the API/plugin/shortcode into your website and users can so pay with BTC. Once the payment is received you can receive the equivalent in fiat to your Papal account. It's like Bitpay but instead, your site>>your bank account it's your site>>your Paypal account

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June 18, 2018, 11:29:59 PM
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As the title says, I am trying to remember a website name.
 
The site provides solutions to accept Bitcoin payments. Basically, you install the API/plugin/shortcode into your website and users can so pay with BTC. Once the payment is received you can receive the equivalent in fiat to your Papal account. It's like Bitpay but instead, your site>>your bank account it's your site>>your Paypal account

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There are couple of services which provide similar service.I'm not sure what exactly you're looking for but I will list whatever I could find anyway. Also, I haven't really used any of these services so do your own research before using them. I'm just listing down all of them hoping luckily you'd come across the one you're looking for.

https://www.coinpayments.net/merchant-tools

https://github.com/Paybear/paybear-samples

https://gourl.io/


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June 20, 2018, 06:33:16 PM
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Thanks, but that isn't what I was looking. As the op, it's a website similar to Bitpay to allow merchants to accept payments in bitcoins and it gets converted to fiat automatically, so sellers won't be afraid to the volatility of the price.

I finally managed to remember the website name which is Coinify

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June 20, 2018, 08:42:27 PM
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I finally managed to remember the website name which is Coinify
Does this site have service fee?
Okay, I've just visited the site and they only have the bank transfer fees instead.

Anyway, thanks for all the info I need this service as well.

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June 20, 2018, 09:05:07 PM
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No problem.
Bank transfer fee is 0€ for SEPA transfer and  40 DKK (Denmark?) for international bank transfer, and Paypal is 7% fee. Look like a good solution for people who own a website and want to accept cryptos but need to use Paypal at the end. The only thing is the 7% I find it a little expensive, so I think twice about using the service.

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June 20, 2018, 10:08:28 PM
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As the title says, I am trying to remember a website name.
 
The site provides solutions to accept Bitcoin payments. Basically, you install the API/plugin/shortcode into your website and users can so pay with BTC. Once the payment is received you can receive the equivalent in fiat to your Papal account. It's like Bitpay but instead, your site>>your bank account it's your site>>your Paypal account

Anyone?

bitpay ?

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I didn't know that there is a service like coinify that could convert your bitcoin payment directly to PayPal, I was looking for this service when I was active making a landing(sales) page and offering service online before. However, after reading some reviews about the site here http://bittrust.org/coinify I change my mind to try their service.

No problem.
Bank transfer fee is 0€ for SEPA transfer and  40 DKK (Denmark?) for international bank transfer, and Paypal is 7% fee. Look like a good solution for people who own a website and want to accept cryptos but need to use Paypal at the end. The only thing is the 7% I find it a little expensive, so I think twice about using the service.

7% fee for paypal fee its still good than nothing because it's a unique service offer I don't heard any website that can offer to convert bitcoin to paypal or directly receive bitcoin to a paypal payment.

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June 21, 2018, 02:26:54 AM
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Not sure if this would help you, but check it out just in case it's listed. A small list of bitpay alternatives: https://alternatives.financesonline.com/p/bitpay/

As the title says, I am trying to remember a website name.
 
The site provides solutions to accept Bitcoin payments. Basically, you install the API/plugin/shortcode into your website and users can so pay with BTC. Once the payment is received you can receive the equivalent in fiat to your Papal account. It's like Bitpay but instead, your site>>your bank account it's your site>>your Paypal account

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bitpay ?

OP clearly said "it's like bitpay". Hence, no. It isn't bitpay.

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No problem.
Bank transfer fee is 0€ for SEPA transfer and  40 DKK (Denmark?) for international bank transfer, and Paypal is 7% fee. Look like a good solution for people who own a website and want to accept cryptos but need to use Paypal at the end. The only thing is the 7% I find it a little expensive, so I think twice about using the service.

Coinify is quite popular. Found SpicePay, a new payment gateway, not many reviews, but compared to Coinify their PayPal fees is 0, but:

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Our transaction fees differ slightly based on the merchant’s industry and settlement volume, but are never more than 1% of the value of each payment in cryptocurrency (made by your clients to your wallet).

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Minimum transfer: 100 USD or equivalent
Currency: USD or EUR
Fee: Free

https://www.spicepay.com/faq.php
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June 21, 2018, 08:12:05 AM
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There is another site that has similar capabilities. It's the Cryptonator - https://cryptonator.com/. It allows you to place shortcode on your site and receive bitcoin and 15 more altcoins and automatically converts them into the selected fiat.
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June 21, 2018, 09:49:36 AM
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@BitMaxz
Thanks, it's too many complaints for me to try the service. I was ready to use as a last choice but I now prefer to avoid the site after reading the reviews. 7% is better than nothing yes, it's just that sometimes I am greedy.

@mjglqw
None of them are dealing with blockchain payments I think, but I will check it.

@krishnapramod
Thanks dude, I didn't know SpicePay and it seems very good and cheap. I think I will try this one I just need to read their AML/KYC policies

@profdetected
This one doesn't have a paypal option but SEPA. Better to use an exchange for cheaper fees (kraken is just 9 cents per SEPA transfer)

@TeslaWatt.com
I asked about a site like Bitpay and you tell me Bitpay?

Thanks guys

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June 21, 2018, 08:54:37 PM
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You are talking about this website - https://bitcoinside.com, am I right? There is their ANN thread too: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1381095.0
But as I see from website, they are closed, sorry. Also seems someone had article on them. I don't know if they were legit but currently it's the only website I knew ever.

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June 22, 2018, 05:41:36 PM
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You are talking about this website - https://bitcoinside.com, am I right? There is their ANN thread too: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1381095.0
But as I see from website, they are closed, sorry. Also seems someone had article on them. I don't know if they were legit but currently it's the only website I knew ever.

No, I was talking about Coinify (see the conversation above)

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