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August 11, 2018, 04:33:59 PM
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What about something with Amazon

Basically, people could buy anything from Amazon but within your site. Not sure how to implement the idea. Maybe using services like BitPay.
You could make a clone from Amazon website, people buy items (delivered by Amazon) and pay in cryptos. The coins are converted to fiat automatically (with Bitpay or any other) and your Amazon account is automatically topped up with a bank account (the one you used to receive BitPay payments)

I believe this has already been done in the past. I don't think you have to go as far as making a clone. Websites in the past just simply had a input where you could enter in the URL of the item, and it would open up a ticket for you to purchase the item on the customers behalf.

Be sure to have a large amount of funds available for early customers, unless you plan on converting the BTC to USD automatically, and making the purchase that way. You would have to profit off the spread.

Do you guys really think this is a viable business idea?
While there is no other sites like it that I can find, there are sites selling amazon gift vouchers for bitcoin.
From looking at it from the point of view as if i was the buyer, I would probably be more inclined to buy the gift card and make my order myself on amazon then to order it through a 3rd party.

Also, I'm not sure how amazon would react to me making many purchases all to be shipped to different addresses. Wouldn't they view this as suspicious?

If I am correct they stopped to sell Amazon gift cards for Bitcoin. And another thing is it was only selling Amazon.com gift cards (no .uk, .de, .in...). Many times I search for a site selling gift cards for Amazon in my country but I have never found any. So I was using Purse.io instead. I would be happy to be able to use Bitcoin with Amazon.

I don't think Amazon will see it suspicious to send multiple purchases to different addresses. It's not like if you were paying with different cards for each purchase

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August 12, 2018, 02:54:40 PM
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I am a very experienced web developer, programmer and server administrator.
I can build any site completely by myself.
In the past I have built many highly complex sites.

I am looking for ideas on bitcoin based businesses, things people want to buy with bitcoin but cannot do easily.
I could easily make an exchange but there are so many already.
The other ideas I had like to book flights or online store other people have already done this.

If anyone has any ideas then let me know.

If your doing this why not find a client make a business transactions with them ask them how they want it but to the fact that as a developer and they want you to handle it Smiley .

I would suggest if your client want something like making a ICO website thatvis common like having a whitepaper viewing the team and seing the token.

here suggest them this I want to see one of this kind of website, and that is if you are a game developer as well make something unique that would show a lottle about the project and make sure that is related. I would say an essy game play that is not that long to finish to win. like having it as an airdrop

Playing that game has its limits because it would serve as an airdrop and people might take advantage of it of course.
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August 12, 2018, 04:45:30 PM
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It would be great if you can tackle the challenge to create a more user-friendly decentralized exchange, because the ones out there are too complex for most newbies to understand. The centralized exchanges are actually a threat to financial privacy for most die hard crypto currencies users.

The decentralized exchanges is also difficult to take down and more secure than centralized exchanges.  Wink

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August 12, 2018, 11:57:53 PM
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It would be great if you can tackle the challenge to create a more user-friendly decentralized exchange, because the ones out there are too complex for most newbies to understand. The centralized exchanges are actually a threat to financial privacy for most die hard crypto currencies users.

The decentralized exchanges is also difficult to take down and more secure than centralized exchanges.  Wink

wow such an awesome suggestion, but i think he wants to make a profit or get a n incomesource for himself, he can max use a banner,

but i think the free exchanges will come anyway. since they are an awesome place for advertisement

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