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How to accept Dogecoin with your business, and why. A few pointers.

THE UPDATED VERSION OF THIS POST CAN BE FOUND HERE.
You are a business owner and sell goods or services. You heard about Dogecoin. You wonder how you can use it in your business. This thread is for you.
If you have no idea what Dogecoin is, read up on it here (click). In short, it is a digital currency that is perfect for everyday use. Read on if you want to know why it would be good for your enterprise.
Why should I accept payments in Dogecoin? 
Dogecoin offers you:
Dogecoin can be exchanged to national currencies. You can do this easily by yourself or use the automatic conversion offered by some payment processors (all is explained further down). You can also just keep your Dogecoin and spend it or offer it to your employees! :)
Dogecoin is fun and it gets ever more useful the more people like you use and accept it. There are other merchants who have gone this path before you - you can read interviews about them and their experiences on this blog. You can also talk with other merchants in /dogevendors, check out these testimonials ([1, 2], 3), search this subreddit and post any questions you have right here!
I want to accept donations. What are my options? 
Just download the client and put up the wallet address up on your page with donation info. Done! That's it! If you want something snazzy, check out this widget or this one (or this one) (or this one).
If you need to track who sent you how much money (for goodies and that), you could ask that donators tell you that they're sending you a very specific amount of coins (e.g. 100.424242), and match it to their name. However, this can be abused as your transaction history is public. If you're actually selling stuff, check out the next section instead.
I sell stuff online. What are my options? 
You have a lot! It boils down to one of these:
The last option can be interesting if you don't have your own web store, are selling digital goods and/or are just selling on as a side business. If your business is your main income, handling payment yourself is probably better.
1) Manually processing transactions
All you need for this is a Dogecoin wallet. You simply generate a payment address for each of your customers, send it to them and confirm that your coins arrived at the address. This is super fast to set up and there is absolutely no commitment.
If you just want to try it out before investing a lot of effort, just set up a wallet (either with the Dogecoin desktop client or an online wallet (listed under Browser "here") and let your customers know that they can now pay with Dogecoin. You can use some of these buttons if you wish( 1 2 3 4 5) and browse this asset repository of useful artwork. The graphical interface is still being developed, but you can browse the files and find license information already :)
2) Automatically processing transactions
Check out the section on APIs and payment processors further down!
3) Selling stuff through a 3rd-party site
There are a number of sites that function a lot like eBay, Etsy and Xmart. You enter your products and they handle the payment and web store stuff. This is most convenient if you have digital goods to sell (music, books...) and want to send them out automatically.
If you are an Etsy user who wants to accept Dogecoin, click here.
I sell from a physical store or location. What are my options? 
All you need is an internet connection in your store and a web-capable device, such as a mobile phone, cheap tablet or a nearby PC. On-site, your customers can send you coins using their phone, or you can sell coupons for your goods online in advance.
DogePos is a point-of-sales app that is open source and Koupah announced that they will accept Doge as well. You can use or apply for all of these tools right now! Either way, all you need is a way to 1) convert a USD price into Doge, and to 2) check that the coins have arrived in your wallet.
To check your wallet balance and Doge prices, you can use the app MyDOGE oniPhones and iPads, and this app on Android devices. This is one of many useful price converter websites you can bookmark. Checking your balance on the PC can be done with the wallet client.
If you want to sell your goods or coupons for them online, it might be easiest use a ready-made stores capable of digital distribution. Check point "3)" in the above section for some options.
Dogecoin payment processors, APIs, checkouts 
Currently, the established platforms accepting Dogecoin seem to be these:
I'm trying a tentative summary here to save you some research, but I'd appreciate comments a lot. None of the three have setup or monthly fees (except some optional subscriptions).
GoCoin:
Coinpayments:
You can probably find people who have used one of these in this thread. This guy volunteered his code for automatic currency conversion and his help setting up the plugin for OpenCart, for example!
If you are tech-inclined, you could run your own payment server with dogecoind and an API like this. This is not yet ready for laypeople though, so don't do that unless you want to get messy.
Exchanging Doge to USD/EUGBP/other national currencies 
If you don't have your payment processor do it for you, at some point you will want to get your Doge converted to your currency of choice, which you should do at an exchange. Keep in mind that you will have to get registered and verified at the exchange, which can take up to a week.
Transfers to and from national currency can take a few days, but trading and transferring digital currencies is very fast and usually near-instant. The following exchanges let you trade your Doge for national currency directly (last updated Sep 17):
If your currency is not listed above, you can either sell your Doge here, or exchange them to Bitcoin and then sell those. I find Kraken (EUR, KRW, USD) to be the best option for EUR, but you can sell Doge for BTC on all of the exchanges mentioned above, or choose one from this list. To sell BTC for national currency, you can also go to Justcoin or LocalBitcoins. There are many similar sites - just pick the one you like best!
Things get developed incredibly fast and Dogecoin is not even a year old. This will only get easier, so keep checking back! Justcoin is looking to trade Dogecoin to national currency, and others are sure to follow.
Alright! How do I promote my business now that I accept Dogecoin? 
Note that there's a collection of Dogecoin artwork and assets for you to use in this repository, complete with license information so you can design your promotions and website with it.
1) Submit your business to these directories:
2) If you are a brick-and-mortar store, mark your business on these maps [1, 2]. Post if you have problems!
3) Make a promotion post in one of these subreddits:
You will get views, especially if you offer an interesting product or a Doge-related promotion. Hint: the best promotion is to offer a few % off for all Dogecoin purchases. Also post and comment to this just to discuss your plans and ask your questions. Come talk to us here and in /dogevendors, we are a fun community :)
This post is not updated anymore. Check the thread linked at the top of this post for the newest version. The last big edits were on Aug 4 (DogeAPI, Prelude) and Sep 17 (Updates on exchanges and websites) and Oct 22 (Moolah).
submitted by animeturtles to dogecoin [link] [comments]

Got my Circle invite and it's awesome. Here's why:

It took me exactly 2 minutes to buy 50$ worth of Bitcoin.
I signed-up, the 10$ gift from Circle were already there. I went to Add Account > Add Credit Card.
I did that, added a Credit Card issued in Sweden pressed next and that was it. It was INSTANT.
Bitcoin was bought automatically for me at a better price than that shown on "preev.com".
I can honestly confirm this is what everyone has been waiting for in terms of ease of use. IT CANNOT BE SIMPLER and FASTER than this. My 60yo dad asked me the other day "So I can't buy in with a Credit Card? That's rubbish." - Now I can show him that he can.
I will not continue using it because I prefer the old, more customized, more controlled way of buying in at the price I WANT, so I'll still do most of my buys on an exchange, but Circle is truly a fool-proof way of adding funds from a credit card. It's ridiculous how simple and fast it is compared to ANY sort of financial transaction. TEN times faster than PayPal.
I will teach my dad how to use it and leave the account with him.
I will probably buy if it's an emergency (like I really want to buy something with Bitcoin and I don't have any).
I mean, it's faster than making a PayPal account and adding your card to that. If people can do that, then Circle is 10 times easier no matter how computer-savvy you are. It cannot get any easier.
Circle - you did it.
PROOF
EDIT: OK some bad news: Using a credit card takes a cash advance fee. Also, being from the UK, using a debit card is a no-go either because UK banks charge an insane fee if your purchase is not in GBP. I don't know if this is the case here, or Circle has something set up. I have just did this, again, it will take 2-3 days for the fee to show up. Either way, I end up losing big-time if these things happen, but I can't say they 100% are since I'm still waiting to see them.
Also, no Visa 3D secure and Mastercard equivalent. The cards can be charged anytime, by anyone inside the account. That's a no-go for me. This actually does happen (as it: it doesn't exist) right now. Major issue for me here.
The only option I see is:
1) Charge EUR and GBP cards in their respective currency, and not USD - as to so they don't incur a foreign purchase fee + an overinflated bank exchange fee.
** I cannot stress this enough: This is not only necessary for purchasing, but also withdrawing, because UK banks also charge you an upwards of 15$ for RECEIVING money in a different currency than GBP! ***
2) Make sure Visa 3D secure and Mastercard equivalent online purchase passwords work, and are required every time a purchase is made from the cards.
TL;DR
Circle is awesome, but it needs a GBP and EUR account and Visa 3D Secure and Mastercard Secure activated.
EDIT 2: Ok, it's official. Using a debit card will incur a foreign transaction purchase fee and using a credit card a cash advance fee + the currency exchange... I end up paying some 10-15% extra than the actual amount bought.
Well, it was a nice dream.
submitted by CoinWhisperer to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Should I invest a small amount of fiat money (5€/10€) without the deep knowledge of Bitcoin (total newbie here)?

Hi. I've been recently lurking this subreddit and considering investing a symbolic quantity of money in Bitcoin. Despite that, I only have a superficial knowledge and basic notions about cryptocurrencies, so my question is if I should just buy some now (in a "time is money" frame of mind, in order to not waste time and watch the currency raise) or first do some further research? Also, I'm assuming it's still "worth" to dip my toe, even if it's with a small quantity.
Some questions I also have:
Thanks and sorry if these questions are basic and/or have been answered before. Also, excuse the incoherence of the post and my financial illiteracy.
submitted by JL0017 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

If someone were to cash in all the bitcoin in the world in euro (with the current rates), you would need roughly 4,7359 times the amount of cash ( and only cash! ) of everyone and everything in belgium combined

Before you comment saying this is not realistic/possible, i know - this is just purely hypothetical
According to https://charts.bitcoin.com/chart/money-supply There is about 16.7 million bitcoin in existence, Converted at http://preev.com/btc/eur that gives you around 182.700.000.000 euro
On https://tradingeconomics.com/belgium/money-supply-m0 we find that Belgium currently has about 38.578.000.000 M0 money supply, m0 money supply is defined here as 'Belgium Money Supply M0 is the most liquid measure of the money supply including coins and notes in circulation and other assets that are easily convertible into cash'
A simple division of these two gives you 4,7358
EDIT: This would be in no way shape or form realistic, I just found the math amusing. If one were to try sell that amount of bitcoin there would be too much supply and too little demand meaning bitcoin would be worth way less as pointed out in the comments
submitted by nolifeorname to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[Repost] How to accept Dogecoin with your business, and why. A few pointers.

The original version of this post (see here), cannot be replied to anymore because it has been automatically archived. I am reposting it so I can keep updating and receiving questions on it. Enjoy :)
You are a business owner and sell goods or services. You heard about Dogecoin. You wonder how you can use it in your business. This thread is for you.
If you have no idea what Dogecoin is, read up on it here (click). In short, it is a digital currency that is perfect for everyday use. Read on if you want to know why it would be good for your enterprise.
Why should I accept payments in Dogecoin? 
Dogecoin offers you:
Dogecoin can be exchanged to national currencies. You can do this easily by yourself or use the automatic conversion offered by some payment processors (all is explained further down). You can also just keep your Dogecoin and spend it or offer it to your employees! :)
Dogecoin is fun and it gets ever more useful the more people like you use and accept it. There are other merchants who have gone this path before you - not least Amazon's streaming service Twitch.tv. You can read interviews in this magazine and on this blog. You can also talk with other merchants in /dogevendors, check out these testimonials ([1, 2], 3), search this subreddit and post any questions you have right here!
I want to accept donations. What are my options? 
Just download the client and put up the wallet address up on your page with donation info. Done! That's it! If you want something snazzy, check out this widget.
If you need to track who sent you how much money (for goodies and that), you could ask that donators tell you that they're sending you a very specific amount of coins (e.g. 100.424242), and match it to their name. However, this can be abused as your transaction history is public. If you're actually selling stuff, check out the next section instead.
I sell stuff online. What are my options? 
You have a lot! It boils down to one of these:
The last option can be interesting if you don't have your own web store, are selling digital goods and/or are just selling on as a side business. If your business is your main income, handling payment yourself is probably better.
1) Manually processing transactions
All you need for this is a Dogecoin wallet. You simply generate a payment address for each of your customers, send it to them and confirm that your coins arrived at the address. This is super fast to set up and there is absolutely no commitment.
If you just want to try it out before investing a lot of effort, just set up a wallet (either with the Dogecoin desktop client or an online wallet (listed under Browser "here") and let your customers know that they can now pay with Dogecoin. You can use some of these buttons if you wish( 1 2 3 4 5) and browse this asset repository of useful artwork. The graphical interface is still being developed, but you can browse the files and find license information already :)
2) Automatically processing transactions
Check out the section on APIs and payment processors further down!
3) Selling stuff through a 3rd-party site
There are a number of sites that function a lot like eBay, Etsy and Xmart. You enter your products and they handle the payment and web store stuff. This is most convenient if you have digital goods to sell (music, books...) and want to send them out automatically.
If you are an Etsy user who wants to accept Dogecoin, click here.
I sell from a physical store or location. What are my options? 
All you need is an internet connection in your store and a web-capable device, such as a mobile phone, cheap tablet or a nearby PC. On-site, your customers can send you coins using their phone, or you can sell coupons for your goods online in advance.
DogePos is a point-of-sales app that is open source and Koupah announced that they will accept Doge as well. You can use or apply for all of these tools right now! Either way, all you need is a way to 1) convert a USD price into Doge, and to 2) check that the coins have arrived in your wallet.
To check your wallet balance and Doge prices, you can use the app MyDOGE oniPhones and iPads, and this app on Android devices. This is one of many useful price converter websites you can bookmark. Checking your balance on the PC can be done with the wallet client.
If you want to sell your goods or coupons for them online, it might be easiest use a ready-made stores capable of digital distribution. Check point "3)" in the above section for some options.
Dogecoin payment processors, APIs, checkouts 
Currently, the established platforms accepting Dogecoin seem to be these:
I'm trying a tentative summary here to save you some research, but I'd appreciate comments a lot. None of the three have setup or monthly fees (except some optional subscriptions).
GoCoin:
Snapcard:
Coinpayments:
You can probably find people who have used one of these in this thread. This guy volunteered his code for automatic currency conversion and his help setting up the plugin for OpenCart, for example!
If you are tech-inclined, you could run your own payment server with dogecoind and an API like this. This is not yet ready for laypeople though, so don't do that unless you want to get messy.
Exchanging Doge to USD/EUGBP/other national currencies 
If you don't have your payment processor do it for you, at some point you will want to get your Doge converted to your currency of choice, which you should do at an exchange. Keep in mind that you will have to get registered and verified at the exchange, which can take up to a week.
Transfers to and from national currency can take a few days, but trading and transferring digital currencies is very fast and usually near-instant. The following exchanges let you trade your Doge for national currency directly (last updated Sep 17):
If your currency is not listed above, you can either sell your Doge here, or exchange them to Bitcoin and then sell those. You can sell Doge for BTC on all of the exchanges mentioned above, or choose one from this list. To sell BTC for national currency, you can also go to Justcoin or LocalBitcoins. There are many similar sites - just pick the one you like best!
Things get developed incredibly fast and Dogecoin is not even a year old. This will only get easier, so keep checking back! Justcoin is looking to trade Dogecoin to national currency, and others are sure to follow.
Alright! How do I promote my business now that I accept Dogecoin? 
Note that there's a collection of Dogecoin artwork and assets for you to use in this repository, complete with license information so you can design your promotions and website with it.
1) Submit your business to these directories:
2) If you are a brick-and-mortar store, mark your business on these maps [1, 2]. Post if you have problems!
3) Make a promotion post in one of these subreddits:
You will get views, especially if you offer an interesting product or a Doge-related promotion. Hint: the best promotion is to offer a few % off for all Dogecoin purchases. Also post and comment to this just to discuss your plans and ask your questions. Come talk to us here and in /dogevendors, we are a fun community :)
I'm editing and updating this post regularly. The last big edit to this text was in Apr 2015 (new payment processors).
submitted by animeturtles to dogecoin [link] [comments]

[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Should I invest a small amount of fiat money (5€/10€) without the deep knowledge of Bitcoin (tota...

The following post by JL0017 is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been silently removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ Bitcoin/comments/7e871i
The original post's content was as follows:
Hi. I've been recently lurking this subreddit and considering investing a symbolic quantity of money in Bitcoin. Despite that, I only have a superficial knowledge and basic notions about cryptocurrencies, so my question is if I should just buy some now (in a "time is money" frame of mind, in order to not waste time and watch the currency raise) or first do some further research? Also, I'm assuming it's still "worth" to dip my toe, even if it's with a small quantity.
Some questions I also have:
  • Why do people to sugest to hold (and is this a long term advice or just until a new high, at which point you should sell a portion and buy again on a low)? Is it because they value the concept of cryptocurrencies (decentralized, universal, more private, low fee, etc., money)? For the future predicted value of the currency? A mixture?
  • If I purchase 5€ (=0,7364 mBTC, according to this http://preev.com/btc/eur) worth of Bitcoin and its value increases in the future, when in the past I would have depleted it all in a purchase worth 5€ (e.g. a 5€ Steam game), now I would only spend a fraction of it, leaving with sill some BTC, right? If that's correct, I assume that traders either still trust fiat more or enjoy gambling in order to make a profit, because you could profit through the conversion rate by just holding FWIU.
  • Somewhat unrelated, but I thought I read somewhere that one of the advantages of cryptocurrencies in multinational transactions was its speed of process and its gratuity, but it seems that all services I've seen have fees. Am I confusing that "free" process with some other logistical ones?
Thanks and sorry if these questions are basic and/or have been answered before. Also, excuse the incoherence of the post and my financial illiteracy.
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[H] BTC, PayPal, Skrill [W] Daily Supply of keys.

The PayPal cash will come in a week. Then i will have it daily.
Service B/O
Bitcoin 1.8 USD http://preev.com/ rates.
Skrill 1.7 EUR (1.88 USD)
PayPal 1.85 USD

I am not buying less than 50 from anyone.

Reputations:

CS:GO Reputation (2015 Second Half - Now) (Bitcoin - Paypal - Skrill)

http://steamcommunity.com/groups/CSGOREPorts/discussions/0/598198173699524729/

Backpack.tf Reputation (2015 First Half) (Mostly PayPal Trades)

http://backpack.tf/trust/76561198008977163

SourceOP Reputation (2012-2014) (Only PayPal Trades)

http://forums.sourceop.com/threads/132892-Deethz-s-rep-thread

StreamRep Donator

http://steamrep.com/profiles/76561198008977163
I will not go first for you for the first few times for sure, later on when we trade daily for weeks i probably wont care and just send you the money even if u get the keys later or whatever.
95%+ of my cash reputation from different websites is from people who went first for me.
Thanks for taking your time to read that, have a nice day.
PLEASE DO NOT ADD ME IF YOU WOULD ONLY LIKE TO SELL A FEW KEYS NOW.
submitted by DeethzPlays to GlobalOffensiveTrade [link] [comments]

Looking for a USD <-> Litecoin Currency Converter

And, not a mining calculator! For an example of a good one for Bitcoin, check out: http://preev.com/btc/usd
I'd love to be able to type in a number and have it calculate the value in EUR, USD, AUD, and BTC
Anyone know of such a thing?
submitted by casualredditreader to litecoin [link] [comments]

Buying bitcoin with PayPal again

A year ago I did a test buying bitcoin with paypal because I had some money in my paypal account and was unable to withdraw it locally. The post is here: http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1umg1m/an_exercise_on_buying_bitcoin_with_a_credit_card/
I once again had money in my paypal accout so decided to do the same experiment again.
This time I had $100 that I sent virwox.com Deposit into Virwox via Paypal = charges of EUR 0.35 + 3.4% Total landed into Virwox account: =$96.30 Convert to SLL: I sold $96, and got 22,443.02 SLL. Convert to BTC: I want to buy 0.301 BTC, and pay at most 22,422.35 SLL. Total after conversions: 0.301 BTC = 86,89 USD approximately 
So the whole exercise cost me about 15% odd to use Paypal and virwox.
Interestingly, that is not far off the market rate for South Africa where I live if I check on http://preev.com/btc/zar or go directly to http://www.bitx.co to see the local market price.
submitted by btcsa to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[H] BTC, PayPal, Skrill [W] Keys

Bitcoin B/O: 1.8 USD http://preev.com/ rates.
PayPal B/O: 1.85 USD
Skrill B/O: 1.7 EUR
I am not buying less than 50 from anyone.
Reputations:

CS:GO Reputation (2015 Second Half - Now) (Bitcoin - Paypal - Skrill)

http://steamcommunity.com/groups/CSGOREPorts/discussions/0/598198173699524729/

Backpack.tf Reputation (2015 First Half) (Mostly PayPal Trades)

http://backpack.tf/trust/76561198008977163

SourceOP Reputation (2012-2014) (Only PayPal Trades)

http://forums.sourceop.com/threads/132892-Deethz-s-rep-thread

StreamRep Donator

http://steamrep.com/profiles/76561198008977163
I will not go first for you for the first few times for sure, later on when we trade daily for weeks i probably wont care and just send you the money even if u get the keys later or whatever.
95%+ of my cash reputation from different websites is from people who went first for me.
Thanks for taking your time to read that, have a nice day.
PLEASE DO NOT ADD ME IF YOU WOULD ONLY LIKE TO SELL A FEW KEYS NOW.
submitted by DeethzPlays to GlobalOffensiveTrade [link] [comments]

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