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Cryptonator

Cryptonator is an online cryptocurrency exchange rate conversion tool, which allows you to instantly convert almost every cryptocurrency into another cryptocurrency or into US Dollar and Euro. It supports not only Bitcoin, Litecoin or Dogecoin, but also around 300 other cryptocurrencies including latest ones.
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Ardor

The subreddit for discussions about Ardor, a scalable, feature-rich blockchain with a child chain system.
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Bitcoin Conversion Rate today - Price Calculator Btc To Inr

Get realtime price btc to inr cad usd euro British Pound aud foreign currencies exchange rate calculator online bitcoin conversion rate today predictions
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Bitcoin Conversion Rate today - Price Calculator Btc To Inr

Get realtime price btc to inr cad usd euro British Pound aud foreign currencies exchange rate calculator online bitcoin conversion rate today predictions
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A comparison of 7 Bitcoin Payment Processors and their bitcoin conversion rate

I use Bitcoin to pay for a lot of things, and I often noticed that it seems that some Bitcoin payment processors calculate the amount of bitcoins required to pay by a different rate than my Bitcoin wallet. For example, if paying for something which costs 100 EUR, when I scan the QR code with my smartphone, my Bitcoin wallet shows the amount in euros as 102 EUR. I have decided to test if this is just a fluke, or is this a deliberate behavior by some Bitcoin payment processors (aka a hidden fee).
To test it, I have generated invoices on 7 different Bitcoin payment gateways for 100 EUR and 100 USD twice a day for 2 weeks, compared it to the bitcoin conversion rate on bitcoinaverage.com, and compiled the results. I have missed several measurements when I was unable to make them on time, but in the end I made a total of 30 measurements of invoices from each Bitcoin payment processor.
Bitcoin payment processors I tested:
https://bitcoinpay.com
https://bitpay.com
https://coinbase.com
https://coingate.com
https://coinify.com
https://coinsbank.com
https://paymium.com (only EUR measured)
The results in chart form:
https://i.imgur.com/NWER58b.png
https://i.imgur.com/HpeEO3y.png
Interactive charts:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DtCPYCh8CDv6Oh6lhJCfjBAbxK1IhcO1gDHt5u39DwM/pubchart?oid=1812289472&format=interactive
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DtCPYCh8CDv6Oh6lhJCfjBAbxK1IhcO1gDHt5u39DwM/pubchart?oid=1003355989&format=interactive
Raw data (the data used to generate the charts is in CHARTS tab; more detailed data is in DATA tab):
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DtCPYCh8CDv6Oh6lhJCfjBAbxK1IhcO1gDHt5u39DwM
Screenshots of invoices:
https://jdoett5.imgur.com
Please let me know if this information is interesting to you and if there is anything I could have done better. I might do the same type of research again in the future, with feedback from the community.
What is your opinion about this? Are we often paying more than we should because Bitcoin payment gateways add fees that the customers are not informed of? Or do you think this is how things should be and such practices are acceptable?
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A comparison of 7 Bitcoin Payment Processors and their bitcoin conversion rate

I use Bitcoin to pay for a lot of things, and I often noticed that it seems that some Bitcoin payment processors calculate the amount of bitcoins required to pay by a different rate than my Bitcoin wallet. For example, if paying for something which costs 100 EUR, when I scan the QR code with my smartphone, my Bitcoin wallet shows the amount in euros as 102 EUR. I have decided to test if this is just a fluke, or is this a deliberate behavior by some Bitcoin payment processors (aka a hidden fee).
To test it, I have generated invoices on 7 different Bitcoin payment gateways for 100 EUR and 100 USD twice a day for 2 weeks, compared it to the bitcoin conversion rate on bitcoinaverage.com, and compiled the results. I have missed several measurements when I was unable to make them on time, but in the end I made a total of 30 measurements of invoices from each Bitcoin payment processor.
Bitcoin payment processors I tested:
https://bitcoinpay.com
https://bitpay.com
https://coinbase.com
https://coingate.com
https://coinify.com
https://coinsbank.com
https://paymium.com (only EUR measured)
The results in chart form:
https://i.imgur.com/NWER58b.png
https://i.imgur.com/HpeEO3y.png
Interactive charts:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DtCPYCh8CDv6Oh6lhJCfjBAbxK1IhcO1gDHt5u39DwM/pubchart?oid=1812289472&format=interactive
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DtCPYCh8CDv6Oh6lhJCfjBAbxK1IhcO1gDHt5u39DwM/pubchart?oid=1003355989&format=interactive
Raw data (the data used to generate the charts is in CHARTS tab; more detailed data is in DATA tab):
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DtCPYCh8CDv6Oh6lhJCfjBAbxK1IhcO1gDHt5u39DwM
Screenshots of invoices:
https://jdoett5.imgur.com
Please let me know if this information is interesting to you and if there is anything I could have done better. I might do the same type of research again in the future, with feedback from the community.
What is your opinion about this? Are we often paying more than we should because Bitcoin payment gateways add fees that the customers are not informed of? Or do you think this is how things should be and such practices are acceptable?
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A comparison of 7 Bitcoin Payment Processors and their bitcoin conversion rate /r/Bitcoin

A comparison of 7 Bitcoin Payment Processors and their bitcoin conversion rate /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

A comparison of 7 Bitcoin Payment Processors and their bitcoin conversion rate /r/btc

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Since mt gox seems to be having major problems now, do you still use it as an authority on the bitcoin conversion rate?

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Bitcoin Conversion Rate

What are the conversion rates from USD to Bitcoin that everyone is getting using their different methods?
I just did bitcoin » email » fog wallet » SR
Paid: $14.48/Bitcoin Total: $53.95 spent Bitcoins: ~3.7
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Getting paid in Bitcoin vs USDT. What would you choose?

Your employer offers you to get a part of you salary in either BTC or USDT. The payment will be made twice a month in equal shares. Your salary stays fixed in US dollars (so you don't just get a share of your salary tied to BTC) and the Bitcoin conversion rate will be calculated at the moment of payout (using the rate from, say, Binance). What would you choose? Getting paid in USDT or straight away in Bitcoin?
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iGoMango Bitcoin Betting Spreadsheet v1.0

I'm back! I have been thinking about making this since switching over to bitcoin and after Fanobets announcement I figured it was time. I'm assuming most know how to use these but here's a few things to take note of:

This is built from Google Sheets so there shouldn't be any porting issues from Excel. I haven't tried to download it and run it in Excel but I'm pretty sure everything will break.

Screenshots

  1. Homepage
  2. Log

To Download - Open this link ➤ File ➤ Make Copy

I will leave a change log here if I add features or make changes. Check back from time to time to see if anything new has been added that you might want. Also please leave suggestions below and I will consider them.
Thanks everyone!
Mango

Change Log

  1. ROI formula on the homepage was wrong. The mergered cell "B7 C7" on the homepage has been changed to =B4/B2. Thank you Perkeie for catching this.
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Accepting Bitcoin for Business

Accepting Bitcoin for Business
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Businesses can either choose to accept Bitcoin for their transactions directly or through third-party services. Both online and offline businesses can choose to accept cryptocurrencies for their services and transactions.
One of the easiest ways of accepting Bitcoins is to use a Bitcoin payment processor service with the point-of-sale integration. Such third-party service providers take care of all the details and security of the transactions, and businesses do not need to separately hire cryptocurrency experts. Such services also have the capability to directly deposit the money in a chosen bank account in the currency of choice. This helps in negotiating the risks involved in Bitcoin conversion rates. Such third-party service providers usually demand a small fee for such features.
In case businesses decide to process such payments on their own, then they don’t need a middleman to process transactions for them and can save the fee amount. Businesses might also not require a separate bank account as they might not be interested in converting the coins into FIAT currency. In this case, however, businesses need to be aware of the various intricacies of Bitcoin transactions and the blockchain network. Businesses also need to take into account the various intricacies of Bitcoin conversion rates and the payment configuration that they need. This takes technical know-how and time.
There are also simple escrow services that businesses can rely on in order to carry out authentic transactions. Escrow services are also a kind of middleman that ensures that payment is processed only after the services or products have been successfully delivered. Escrow services are popular in online markets where there is little to no interaction between customers and businesses. Such escrow services allow customers to rest easy about their expenditure and reply on the escrows to deliver the money’s worth of service.
In case businesses choose to integrate Bitcoin payments into their business model, then it would be incredibly advantageous to launch their own payment app which accepts cryptocurrencies. Such apps should be compatible with all kinds of digital platforms such as smartphones and tablets. Businesses should also consult with a tax expert regarding the tax laws and various economic regulations on the transactions of Bitcoin. It only makes sense to accept Bitcoin if the local tax laws and regulations allow businesses to generate a significant profit. Implementing Bitcoin will involve taking care of such bureaucratic processes and details.
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My bitcoin merchant app was rejected by Apple

I wanted to give everyone a heads up that Apple may not be approving all Bitcoin apps.
I submitted my bitcoin Merchant app last saturday to itunes and it was rejected last night(June 6). The scope of the app is limited to do only two things:
1 - Display a QR code embedding a bitcoin address, and an amount
2 - Notify the user when the bitcoin address receives an amount
Keep in mind there are no private keys held in the app or on the server. It is not a crypto currency wallet.
Apple informed me the reason for rejection:
22.1: Apps must comply with all legal requirements in any location where they are made available to users. It is the developer's obligation to understand and conform to all local laws
22.1 We found that your app contains content - or facilitates, enables, or encourages an activity - that is not legal in all the locations in which the app is available, which is not in compliance with the App Store Review Guidelines.
Specifically, your app assists in the trade of crypto currency. Please see the attached screenshot for more information. We encourage you to review your app concept and evaluate whether you can incorporate different content and features that are in compliance with the Guidelines.
Click here to view the attached screenshot.
For now I can only guess as to why it was rejected, so I have asked Apple for clarity as to why the app was rejected. I will update this stream when I get some clarity.
My response:
Hi,
Can you please provide some clarity as to why the app was rejected?
This app does not initiate a bitcoin transaction. There are no private keys held in the app or on the server. It is not a crypto currency wallet. The scope of the app is limited to do only two things:
1 - Display a QR code embedding a bitcoin address, and an amount 2 - Notify the user when the bitcoin address receives an amount
The website that users are asked to sign up on, asks them to enter a Bitcoin address that they want to be embedded in the QR code. It does not ask them for private keys.
Thank you, Lorne
Update June 7, 1:48 PST Click here to see the full message thread.
Apple's response:
Dear Lome,
Thank you for your response and feedback. Since the app assists users in the trading of Bitcoin, which is not a legal currency, it is in violation of 22.1.
Kind Regards, App Review Team
My response: Hi,
Will the app be approved if I limit the countries it be made available to? If so, can you please provide a list of countries that it would be approved for?
Also, can you please provide clarity on "the app assists users in the trading of Bitcoin"?
For example: Would an app that has an instructional video on how to acquire Bitcoins be in violation of 22.1? Would an app that calculates the Bitcoin conversion rate be in violation of 22.1? Would an iPad POS that allows merchants to accept payment in multiple tender types including Bitcoin be in violation of 22.1?
Can you please let me know which of the above examples would be approved or rejected.
Thanks, Lorne
Update June 9, 10:20 PST Click here to see the full message thread.
Apple's response: Dear Lorne,
Thank you for your response and feedback. In regards to your question, the app is fine so long as it doesn't help facilitate the user to participate in illegal activity. This includes the buying or selling of crypto-currency. The app showing balance or exchange rate is fine because it does not allow the user to participate in the exchange. Hopefully this helps in the revision of your app.
Kind Regards, App Review Team
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Even Bitcoin ATMs don't charge this much conversion rate...

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Can you help answer my 12 bitcoin questions?

  1. What keeps someone from hacking the network and stealing the current inventory of Bitcoin?
  2. Are there different indexes that measure value that have differing values? i.e. winkdex and others
  3. Is there a Bitcoin conversion rate for every currency in the world?
  4. If Bitcoin is accepted in everyday places (i.e. there is a subway somewhere in the US that accepts Bitcoin) can you transact in minute fractions of a Bitcoin? Who owns this transaction and performs it? Coinbase? Is Coinbase the only of its kind?
  5. How does Bitcoin act as a shield to currency price fluctuation IF in theory Bitcoin is only worth what someone would be willing to convert it back to in said currency?
  6. Bitcoin depends entirely on the eventual move to every day vendors accepting it right?
  7. How many true competitors are there that could become THE cyber currency if it is not Bitcoin? Why do you think Bitcoin will or will not be the leader in this area?
  8. Can you explain more on Bitcoin mining? Adding power to the grid? Solving algorithms to do so?
  9. How is Bitcoin less susceptible to current world events that would fluctuate pricing in markets?
  10. Will it always remain unregulated?
  11. Is there any way to hedge an investment in Bitcoin?
  12. What has led to the sharp increase in pricing since early 2017?
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Even Bitcoin ATMs don't charge this much conversion rate... (/r/CryptoCurrency)

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Even Bitcoin ATMs don't charge this much conversion rate...

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Even Bitcoin ATMs don't charge this much conversion rate...

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Top 12 BTC Questions

  1. What keeps someone from hacking the network and stealing the current inventory of Bitcoin?
  2. Are there different indexes that measure value that have differing values? i.e. winkdex and others
  3. Is there a Bitcoin conversion rate for every currency in the world?
  4. If Bitcoin is accepted in everyday places (i.e. there is a subway somewhere in the US that accepts Bitcoin) can you transact in minute fractions of a Bitcoin? Who owns this transaction and performs it? Coinbase? Is Coinbase the only of its kind?
  5. How does Bitcoin act as a shield to currency price fluctuation IF in theory Bitcoin is only worth what someone would be willing to convert it back to in said currency?
  6. Bitcoin depends entirely on the eventual move to every day vendors accepting it right?
  7. How many true competitors are there that could become THE cyber currency if it is not Bitcoin? Why do you think Bitcoin will or will not be the leader in this area?
  8. Can you explain more on Bitcoin mining? Adding power to the grid? Solving algorithms to do so?
  9. How is Bitcoin less susceptible to current world events that would fluctuate pricing in markets?
  10. Will it always remain unregulated?
  11. Is there any way to hedge an investment in Bitcoin?
  12. What has led to the sharp increase in pricing since early 2017?
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01-09 14:13 - 'Besides the technicalities of setting up a wallet that usings Lighting Network and segwit, you will also need to talk to an accountant regarding how this will affect your taxes. For example, you would now be taking in barter in...' by /u/Yum_Kaax removed from /r/Bitcoin within 7-17min

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Besides the technicalities of setting up a wallet that usings Lighting Network and segwit, you will also need to talk to an accountant regarding how this will affect your taxes. For example, you would now be taking in barter instead of currency. (Bitcoin is legally property, not currency.) Also, you will need to find a way to give gratuities to your staff if they earned it in bitcoin. You may need to act as an exchange for them unless they also agree to take bitcoin as a tip. They too then become obligated to seek accounting advice on how to account for their tips earned via bitcoin. There are also laws against paying your staff with "tokens" vs fiat. And operating as an exchange for your servers then exposes you to other potential tax issues.
You will also need to update your prices on a regular basis so customers can know the bitcoin conversion rate. Keeping in mind that bitcoin can have wild swings all day long. Like the price of the steak could be $25 in the afternoon and $40 by the evening if you don't change the bitcoin price actively. Also consider the freakouts you might have if the price of bitcoin changes dramatically while your customer is waiting to order. Like, they're sitting there waiting to order and watching the steak they want get more and more expensive.
My personal opinion is that you should not be using bitcoin this way at this time because of the volatility, the fact the LN and segwit are not fully implemented very well, and that the tax issue is confusing and there is a great potential that it will change soon.
Edit: you'll also notice all the downvotes you got for this post which is a most reasonable question you asked. That should give you an idea of how badly the hodlers in this sub want to discourage the truth.
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Presenting 'Bit Patrol'! A FREE lightweight BTC ticker now available on the Mac App Store.

Some more information:
Official Download Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bit-patrol/id843098863?mt=12
Official Facebook Page: http://www.Facebook.com/BitPatrol
Company Website [Under Construction] http://www.TebroTech.com
Contact Information: [email protected]
Description:
Bit Patrol is a lightweight application that delivers live Bitcoin conversion rates directly to your status bar. It pulls last-price data from a variety of exchanges and across a wide range of currencies allowing for out of the way, constant market monitoring.
Additionally, Bit Patrol implements an advanced, fully customizable alarm & notification system ensuring that you never miss a major market move again.
Features:
• User-customizable status display
º Choose to display currency symbols, icons, and add or remove decimal places from price.
• Color coded price ticker that reflects current market direction
º Independent timer module for pulling JSON data at a customizable interval [MIN=1] [MAX=30] seconds.
• Unlimited multi-exchange / multi-currency alarms that issue user notifications and play sounds when triggered.
º More functionality that BitAlarm, monitor any exchange on any currency even when it is not on the default display
º Notifications appear in your Notification Center for easy reference and integration into OS X.
• Active development and superior user support. º Rolling updates (Agile Development Process), quick bug-fixes, and professional support.
I spent the last few weeks developing this for the Bitcoin community. I'd love your support for future updates and product releases. Please take the time to rate, and comment (if you're feeling extra nice) <3
Going to update this post with all known/found bugs. If you find an issue, PLEASE post in the comments below so I can get it fixed. As this is the v 1.0.... I'm sure there are a few pesky issues I missed.
Known Bugs/Issues:
Planned Changes for v1.1:
Suggested Improvements for Later Releases:
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[PSA] Cash trading guide: Bitcoin

Bitcoin is a good way to transfer money online. However, it's significantly from traditional payment processors such as PayPal in that it's decentralized. But what does this mean?
Bitcoin is not a payment processor. Bitcoin is a currency, it is a network, it is a system. There is no "bank of Bitcoin", and Bitcoins are not US Dollars. When you transfer Bitcoins, you're not transferring USD or any other fiat currency, you're transferring Bitcoins.

What are the advantages?

When compared to PayPal, Bitcoin has a number of advantages:

What are the disadvantages?

There are only a couple of disadvantages:

What is one Bitcoin worth?

A good Bitcoin conversion rate is located here.

How does it work?

There's a good video at weusecoins.com.

So how do I trade TF2 items for Bitcoin?

To get started, you're going to need a Bitcoin wallet. You can either download a client application on your computer or use a web-based service. My service of choice is Blockchain.info. If you sign up there, your wallet is encrypted with your password. They don't have access to your money, but if you forget your password, all of your money is gone forever.
Once you sign up, you should be taken to a screen that looks like this. The important thing to note is the jumble of numbers and letters in the center of the screen. This is your address. You'll share this address with people in order for them to send you coins. Think of it as an account number. You can create as many addresses as you want per wallet, but for the sake of simplicity, we'll stick with the one.
In order to get Bitcoins into your wallet, you can either have someone send some to you (sell something) or buy some from an exchange. Mt.Gox is one of the most popular. I personally prefer Camp BX.

Getting Paid

Once you're ready to sell an item and you know how much BTC you want to get paid, just give the buyer your Bitcoin address. They'll send their coins to your address and you'll see the transaction on the "Transactions" tab of your wallet. This is very important: Note the "confirmations" that should be displayed by the transaction. When a payment is fresh, it is "unconfirmed". That is, nobody in the network has picked it up yet and declared that "This is a valid transaction." While a transaction is unconfirmed, there is a very small chance that the buyer will be able to "double-spend" the money, preventing you from getting it. This is a guide of how many confirmations you should wait for before considering the money "yours":
Transaction Volume (USD Equivalent) Confirmations
< $10 0 - 1
$10 - $25 1 - 2
$50 - $75 3 - 4
$75 - $100 4 - 5
$100 - $150 5 - 6
> $150 6
I just made these numbers up, it's up to you to come up with your own trust plan.
The more confirmations a transaction has, the less the risk of a double-spend. 3 transactions is usually enough to ensure the funds, but 6 is the generally accepted verification number. Each confirmation takes about 10 minutes, so waiting for the full 6 confirmations will take about an hour. If a trader has large amounts of reputation, it's reasonably safe to accept lower numbers of confirmations.
When sending coins, you have the option of paying a fee. The buyer always pays the fee, but they may choose to pass it along to the seller by sending less coins (if both parties agree, of course). The fee is entirely voluntary, but highly recommended. The amount of the fee is determined by the buyer. The higher the fee, the quicker the transaction is confirmed. The recommended fee is 0.0005 - 0.001 BTC (currently $0.05 - $0.10). For a larger transaction, you should generally pay a higher fee (but it will always be cheaper than PayPal!).

Converting to Fiat

You can convert your Bitcoins to fiat currency (traditional money) at a Bitcoin exchange. See the last paragraph of the "So how do I trade TF2 items for Bitcoin?" section.

Staying Safe

PayPal is safer on the buyer's side, while Bitcoin is generally safer on the seller's side. However, by taking the necessary precautions, it's possible to make it safer for both sides. Standard cash trading rules apply. Those with more reputation should generally go first in a transaction. Middlemen are also highly recommended for high-volume transactions. With PayPal, the buyer has the dispute system to fall back on if they don't receive the items. This is not true with Bitcoin, so make sure that you're trading with someone who's very reputable.
Bitcoin addresses are entirely anonymous. There's no "verified" status like PayPal has. Ensure that the person you're trading with is trustworthy. Look for the traditional signs of a scammer: fresh Steam account, low number of items in their backpack (except for the high-value ones they're selling), low hours of TF2, no reputation, private backpack. These are all signs that you may be dealing with a scammer's alt. You may also wish to take into consideration the user's Steam Level. A user with a higher Steam Level has invested more into their Steam account and is therefore less likely to risk it by conducting a scam.

Additional Help & Information

/Bitcoin is there to answer any questions you may have about Bitcoin!
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