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I was thinking the other day about a scenario where two guys both buy 1 bitcoin. Mr X is poor and can only afford to buy 0.001 btc a day. Mr Y though is rich and buys 1 whole coin. Now after he buys for a thousand days both Mr X and Mr Y each have 1 bitcoin but their bitcoins are NOT the same. When Mr X wants to spend his coin he going to have to pay a huge fee, a massive fee, while his friend Mr Y will only pay a tiny fee. Another example would be a small business or even a large business selling small low cost items. At the end of the day when they want to transfer their coin to another wallet or convert to fiat they are going to get whacked with a massive fee because of all the small transactions. Another example would be a blog with a donation address, lots of small transactions = big fees. Changetip was a brilliant answer to this problem, offchain transactions, build up your balance and when it a decent amount withdraw to your wallet. Sure it trusting a third party to hold your funds and blah blah blah it not decentralised but as a solution to micro payments I can see no better solution. BITCOIN DOES NOT WORK FOR MICRO TRANSACTIONS IN ITS CURRENT FORM. Sure if you think that bitcoin is gold mrk 2 and all you do is " hodl" then it not a problem ( unless you bought small amounts at a time) but I wanted more for bitcoin, I wanted a usable currency. In short, changetip offered a solution to one of bitcoins problem's, changetip shutting is bad for bitcoin.
ChangeTip is a new bitcoin tipping bot for Reddit, Twitter, Github and others. Is there interest for Dogecoin support?
We love what we are seeing with the Dogecoin community - the spirit of giving and generosity, coupled with humanitarian benefit is what we want to enable. While we started off with Bitcoin and have been heads down focused on building on that platform, we are considering adding support for Dogecoin so we're looking into if anyone would be interested, and for pointers on where to get started. Thanks in advance for the feedback. I'll give out a few bitcoin tips to show how it works, just reply. Here's the url to go there directly: www.changetip.com Wait - is it bad for me to give out bitcoin tips in this subreddit? Edit: I know there are already other bots. What's special about ChangeTip is that it works seamlessly across all the social networks. Edit #2: Adding follow up questions now that you guys have me thinking.
Check. Got what I need in /dogecoindevAny experts with Dogecoin willing to help point me in the right direction for technical integration?
Check. Bad idea. Would it be acceptable to the community for me to add dogecoin as a moniker (that translated to the equivalent amount of BTC underneath), or is that heretical? Don't get upset - I'm just asking so that I can be a good citizen.
If ChangeTip supported both BTC and Dogecoin, would you want to be able to exchange between them?
How on earth do you guys stare at the Comic Sans font all day?! Does one get used to it? :)
The word "Bitcoin" doesn't appear anymore on ChangeTip's homepage or in tip confirmation messages. It used to be my favorite way of on-boarding new friends... now what?
It just looks like Venmo now... is there another social media tipping service that is EXPLICIT in its use of Bitcoin? Or am I missing a bigger-picture purpose here and I should be glad about this for some reason.
Changetip has invigorated the bitcoin community and the market in general. What are some untapped opportunities for using Changetip that we might all be able to rally behind to bring in a whole new wave of Bitcoin love.
Since Changetip has seemed to invigorate the community and the market in general, what are some untapped opportunities for using Changetip that we might all be able to rally behind to bring in a whole new wave of love?
Just saying hi, Names Justin and after much research and hours of reddit review I feel comfortable and excited to say I am now a fellow bitcoiner, after a few more hours and a few hundred more faucet capatchas I'll have my first few cents in my mobile wallet Wish I would of joined the bitcoin community ages ago, but better now then never!
[Help] I have a changetip account with some bitcoin in it linked to an old reddit ID. How can I transfer the funds to my new username?
I have tried sending the bitcoin the usual way I would through reddit but it never transferred, I'm guessing because I'm doing it from the same computer. Is there an easy way to do this or am I just dumb?
I spent yesterday tipping out Bitcoin whilst representing Changetip at New York Fashion Week's TechStyle.
There was a shocking amount of interest. Artists, musicians, startups, bloggers, models, etc. had many questions about incorporating BTC into their business models and brands. bradmantv (the one who got me into the event) even set up a few meetings to guide businesses through setting up BTC payments. After yesterday, I strongly believe more of these types of events and conventions should have Bitcoin/Crypto representatives. Adding the one-on-one human element appears to work rather well and would have a great impact on expansion... and it was a blast!
I'm new to this bitcoin/changetip thing. Can I use a vanilla master card to add coins so I can tip people?
Sorry - I'm a Canadian with no credit cards, I want to join in on this tipping thing for the millionairemakers sub etc. I just don't know how to get started :D Any tips (as in verbal tips of course) and tricks would be appreciated! Is there anything I can do as a Canadian to earn bitkoins?
BTC News Germany - Der unabhängige deutsche Blog mit den wichtigsten Neuigkeiten zu den Themen Bitcoin, Altcoin, Mining, Börsen, Wallets, Handel, Marktkapitalisierung und allgemein Cryptocurrency. Popular Bitcoin micro-tipping platform Changetip announced they would shut down shortly. After running the service for over two years, it seemed this was only a matter of time. Despite over ... Bitcoin, received by ChangeTip on behalf of donors, would be sent to one of three charities. ChangeTip, as of May 11, has received 958 donations that … ChangeTip partners with Gyft, enabling ChangeTip users to spend their bitcoin tips on gift cards that can be used in stores that doesn't accept bitcoin. NewsBTC is a news service that covers bitcoin news, technical analysis & forecasts for bitcoin and other altcoins. Here at NewsBTC, we are dedicated to enlightening people all around the world about bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. We cover news related to bitcoin exchanges, bitcoin mining and price forecasts for various virtual currencies.
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