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January 11, 2012, 03:37:16 AM
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Ok, while I consider myself geeky, having a computer since 1992. Working in the dot com, big corporations, programmer, net admin etc.

I hadnt learned bout tis until about a week ago (never appeared on slashdot i guess).

Withing this week, Ive bought videos cards that are producing about 1.1 GH/s, and I have half dozen machines running litecoin producin me abot 70 KH/s.

While without going into detail, I don do computers/programming for other people anymore and Ive been self employed for the past like 12 years.

I do own/gun a gunstore (ffl).   I'm going to also start intro'ing he acceptance of Bicoin at my store.     My store can sell online but there are federal guidelines to folllow etc.   I dont need an automaed checkout system, but need to lay some groundwork and training for it.    Again, Ive read alot about merchant bitcoin etc.




My main question at the momentis, am I wrong to offer 90% on the BTC from an exchange?    Being a store, cash is liquid is cash is more inventory.     If I was one to hoard (im not) then maybe this wold be a good idea, but Ill unfornately trade them in etc, to buy more inventory.   From what I've seen most exchanges charge a % on each side (btc/sd), so is this wrong and if so why?


Anymore pointers on putting my "store" out to bring in customers via BTC, please advise.



PS: Im new to all of this but am a pretty smart guy, so please no flames etc etc.
PSS:  I dont log in every day, so responses will be slow
PSS: Again I dont need flamed, called a noob, or other lame forum bullshit.

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January 11, 2012, 04:17:16 AM
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ps: my spelling isnt that bad, its my freaking keyboard..  its a cheap and doeesnt recognize strokes unless they are hard pressed...  i need new keyboard
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January 11, 2012, 04:42:02 AM
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I don't have any specific advice for your situation - but I recall seeing a post somewhere on the net from someone who was probably a bit skeptical of bitcoin.

They were saying something like "let me know when I can buy ammo with them"  Smiley



edit: found it:   http://thementalmilitia.com/forums/index.php?topic=28661.30
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Let me know when you can trade these for ammo.

I hope you do get yourself set up to accept bitcoin. Be sure to let the guy on that forum know!

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January 11, 2012, 06:28:27 AM
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check out bitpay.  It is a simple bitcoin payment processor.  I have been integrating that into my sites and it seems to be working pretty good.

Introducing constraints to the economy only serves to limit what can be economical.
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January 11, 2012, 06:35:21 AM
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check out bitpay.  It is a simple bitcoin payment processor.  I have been integrating that into my sites and it seems to be working pretty good.

Never mind.  I just checked the link and they seem to be not working.

Introducing constraints to the economy only serves to limit what can be economical.
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January 11, 2012, 07:03:24 AM
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check out bitpay.  It is a simple bitcoin payment processor.  I have been integrating that into my sites and it seems to be working pretty good.

Never mind.  I just checked the link and they seem to be not working.

I think the one you mean is:  https://bit-pay.com/


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