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July 13, 2012, 03:34:01 PM
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Selling 215 Fiery Brimstone for 10 bitcoins

The rmah lists these at .42 each for a total of 90.30 usd

I am setting a bin at 10 bitcoins. which is currently 76.8 usd

post here or pm me if you interested

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July 13, 2012, 05:21:43 PM
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You might have overlooked something when pricing your Brimstone, Blizzard takes 15% right off the top for sales.  So $90.30 * .85 comes out to $76.75.  And the price of Bitcoin is greater than $7.675/BTC right now.  And that's only if you're cashing out to Blizzard bucks, if you wanted to cash out to Paypal there's another 15% fee bringing you down to $65.24.
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July 13, 2012, 06:57:12 PM
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You might have overlooked something when pricing your Brimstone, Blizzard takes 15% right off the top for sales.  So $90.30 * .85 comes out to $76.75.  And the price of Bitcoin is greater than $7.675/BTC right now.  And that's only if you're cashing out to Blizzard bucks, if you wanted to cash out to Paypal there's another 15% fee bringing you down to $65.24.

Neither of these fees affect somebody who wishes to craft with the items. Its not the sellers responsibility to cover the fees if the buyer wishes to cash out.
Bitcoin is the solution to bypass paypal and other corporate fees. I don't see why they would be factored into the price.
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July 13, 2012, 09:32:39 PM
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Its not the sellers responsibility to cover the fees if the buyer wishes to cash out.

But the only way to get the cash out is to use RMAH + Paypal. Thus the true USD value of the item is whatever is listed on the RMAH and then have fees applied to it.

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July 14, 2012, 12:05:53 AM
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he is trying to sell them to you cheaper than it would cost you to buy them, yes he could cash out to paypal right now for like 65ish, but if you was to go buy them from the rmah, it would cost you more than what he is selling them for. 215 as of this posting was $96ish to buy in the rmah. He is saving you money and making a little more than he already has guaranteed, and you guys cut out the rmah all together this way, seems win win, good luck with sale.

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July 14, 2012, 05:17:46 AM
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wait, people use the RMAH?  Shocked Ive clearly been doing it wrong.
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