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Plutus.it Make Contactless Payments and Earn a Reward on the Blockchain

Plutus is a gateway that connects blockchain technology with the existing infrastructures, the platform enables users to convert and spend cryptocurrencies at every store with an NFC-enabled point-of-sale terminal (40 million +).
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Plutus Decentralized Bitcoin->NFC Payment Solution

Plutus is a mobile app and decentralized exchange network that lets you Tap & Pay with Bitcoin at any NFC terminal on the planet.
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Anything about sports jerseys

Everyone has a good idea for where the best place to buy jerseys, then you can share on here.
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Reminder. FYI: Bitcoin Cash is the #2 Cryptocurrency on the market when it comes to real retail&internet shop adoption. Everybody keeps forgetting. This is bullish AF. This is what we aim for.

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Bitcoin is perhaps the most exciting form of money since the abolition of the gold standard. 💛💛💛 Or even more than that… What do you think? 🙃 weemat.io wee.com #wee #blockchain #shopping #tokenization #ITO #bitcoin

Bitcoin is perhaps the most exciting form of money since the abolition of the gold standard. 💛💛💛 Or even more than that… What do you think? 🙃 weemat.io wee.com #wee #blockchain #shopping #tokenization #ITO #bitcoin submitted by WeeMat to u/WeeMat [link] [comments]

In the 90s people couldn’t imagine that the Internet would replace newspapers, TV, phone calls, shops & many other things Today, people can't imagine Bitcoin becoming mass adopted money Bitcoin will do to money what Internet did to information And money is a way bigger market.

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What is the best, simplest way for a Cafe shop to accept Bitcoin?

Hey guys, I frequent an awesome cafe and the owner asked me how he would go about accepting Bitcoin.
It seems that the fastest way is to print out a QR code and have people send payments there.
However, are there PoS apps that let you list your products and accept BTC/BCH? (I looked at Bitcoin.com but it appeared the apps were seldom used and did not have favorable reviews). Also, any terminals that could automatically convert BTC/BCH to fiat?
Edit: I could've been more clear about what I meant. The Bitcoin.com wallet is great!! I use it all the time. However, the "Point of Sale" apps the recommend on the site for merchants don't seem top notch: https://www.bitcoin.com/merchant-solutions/
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What is the best way of accepting bitcoin/crypto quickly in a shop environment.

What is the best way to accept, and see cleared payment of crypto in a shop environment? It would be a take-away shop so the transaction needs to process, clear and be able to be viewed at a relative speed.
Any help appreciated.

Thanks
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What you can purchase with #Bitcoin! Shopping with Bitcoin has wide similarity to regular #onlinepurchases. As you go to the payment page after selecting your favorite product, you will pay with entering your bank card information. In the alternative way, Bitcoin is in charge for you .

What you can purchase with #Bitcoin! Shopping with Bitcoin has wide similarity to regular #onlinepurchases. As you go to the payment page after selecting your favorite product, you will pay with entering your bank card information. In the alternative way, Bitcoin is in charge for you . submitted by Quantvan to u/Quantvan [link] [comments]

03-04 21:22 - 'I disagree, I am starting my own coffee roastery and will be holding (hodling) all crypto payment. I absolutely WILL NOT cash it is for fiat. I do understand what you are saying though, most of these shops may have to tr...' by /u/BlackInkCoffeeCo removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-5min

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I disagree, I am starting my own coffee roastery and will be holding (hodling) all crypto payment. I absolutely WILL NOT cash it is for fiat. I do understand what you are saying though, most of these shops may have to trade for fiat, but I actually believe more and more are not taking this approach. Sure, if 100% of my sales were from crypto, I would be forced to sell some to maintain/cover my costs, but it is not always the case as I am an exception!
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recently added bitcoin as a payment option to my shop via coinbase. is this what most people use?

Recently added bitcoin as an accepted form of payment on my bookshop via coinbase. The other options are gocoin and bitpay. Don't really want to have three different options as I'd rather manage a single login and not have to pay fees to transfer between various wallets. Would you say coinbase is the most widely used of the three?
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Using Bitcoin BTC for your daily life (ATMs, Shopping, Travel) ? Well, you are NOT SUPPOSED TO. And it is the opinion of its creators/maintainers. What more possible reasons could there be not to use it ?

Before downvoting and writing angry comments please understand. This is not my personal opinion.
It is the official stance of Blockstream (the company that currently runs BTC), most of influential Core Devs and their spokespersons which they have stated on multiple occasions.
Sure, you can hit a nail with a shovel instead of the hammer and succeed. It is possible. But why bother when there is a hammer nearby ?
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Why I'm not worried about a resurgence of inflation

TL/DR: Despite massive fiscal stimulus packages and seemingly never-ending quantitative easing programs, I don't believe we're headed towards a world of out-of-control inflation. Why? The prospect of permanent economic scarring in certain sectors due to extended lockdowns coupled with rapid technological adoption are two factors that are likely to keep price pressures low.
Investors seem quite concerned about rising inflation risk, which is likely supporting the strong bid for inflation-hedging assets like gold and bitcoin year to date. Adding fuel to the fire, top money managers, like Bridgewater and BlackRock, have been vocal in financial media lately about the risk of a high-inflation regime down the road. A high-inflation regime would be a remarkable departure from the past decade, where inflation was relatively tame even despite ultra-low interest rates and the introduction of unconventional monetary policy tools, like quantitative easing (see chart here: https://ibb.co/Dt8nVFC).
Similar to what was observed over the past cycle, I don't see recent policy action leading to sky-high inflation in the future.
Lastly, as a professional investor focused on global macro, predicting where the global economy is headed is hard and an incredibly humbling exercise. I prefer preparing my own portfolio for a range of outcomes - so while I personally hold some gold and bitcoin, I wouldn't bet the farm on a resurgence of inflation in the future.
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Using Bitcoin BTC for your daily life (ATMs, Shopping, Travel) ? Well, you are NOT SUPPOSED TO. And it is the opinion of its creators/maintainers. What more possible reasons could there be not to use it ? /r/btc

Using Bitcoin BTC for your daily life (ATMs, Shopping, Travel) ? Well, you are NOT SUPPOSED TO. And it is the opinion of its creators/maintainers. What more possible reasons could there be not to use it ? /btc submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Okay what is the connection between Bitcoin ATM's and the Vaporizer industry? Seems like every Bitcoin ATM near me is inside of a Vape Shop...

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What is the best, simplest way for a Cafe shop to accept Bitcoin? /r/btc

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03-18 17:43 - 'Our crypto apparel shop just opened! What is your opinion?' (cryptohustlers.co) by /u/jaynemjay101 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 44-54min

Our crypto apparel shop just opened! What is your opinion?
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Young Retiring Couple Scam Alert!

Throwaway account.
I just wanted to let people know about a scam that we thought was fishy but almost continued with, until we got home and did research. It's a classic MLM.
A lot of you may already know this, but for those who don't it is a young couple in their 20's or 30's who will strike up a conversation with you and be super friendly. One of their first questions - "Have you been affected by the virus?" I realize now it was to see how vulnerable & desperate we were. Look out for buzzwords like mentor, cash flow, income generating assets (bitcoin, gold, silver), rat race, how do you want to live your life. And ESPECIALLY if they mention they or their mentor is retiring young.
This can happen at the dog park, Target, Barnes & Noble, or Whole Foods mostly. They will get your number and text you about meeting up (especially at a coffee shop) with their mentor to see if you have a mindset that will work with their program. Will most likely give you a copy of the book 21st Century Business (so you don't have to go on Amazon and read the reviews saying it's part of a scam). It's the first step to indoctrinating you. Ask what the name of their company is and if they don't tell you the first time you know what's up.
I'm sure a lot of people know, it is something you have to experience to know what to look out for. But just in case it helps even one person, I wanted to post it in our locals subreddit. The whole thing that really bothered me was that they are specifically trying to find vulnerable people during the pandemic that are willing to believe they can make a bunch of quick, easy cash.
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What is the best option for this coffee shop to accept bitcoin?

I talked to a local coffee shop about accepting bitcoin and they are really excited to set it up. They recently showed me the new Ipad they had bought which they were planning on using for bitcoin transactions. They also want a daily report. I know Ipads are bitcoin unfriendly. What are their options?
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12-27 19:42 - 'What you want my social security or something lmao im not going to beg you to believe me if you think I’m a scam that’s fine but I guess if you really have doubt my number is +15014381364 FaceTime me' by /u/Permon-shop removed from /r/Bitcoin within 13-23min

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recently added bitcoin as a payment option to my shop via coinbase. is this what most people use? /r/Bitcoin

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Pawn shop salesmen, what is the strangest thing a person has tried to pawn at your shop? /r/AskReddit

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[Perfume Guy] I need advice from the community

Hello,
So the last few weeks got pretty serious for our company.
PayPal problems
So we had problems with PayPal since December. There were holding a chunk of money and didn't want to release it. After hundreds of emails, company documentations, talking with customer support, they finally released it in April. But before releasing it, they put reversal hold, so on every transaction next to fees, they take 15% and release it after 60 days. Because of hold and everything, it was really hard to pay to the distributors all costs, but we managed somehow.
Next few months because of hold and releases, the reports did not match our reports. Downloading their excel sheet it showed all transactions in minus (-) and nothing matched. Since Rona, their phone lines aren't working so the only way to reach them is either Twitter or sending them messages directly. The Twitter thing does not work out, since they ignore your conversion but they do reply on direct message. The only problem is, every time a different person replies to a message and you cannot communicate with them properly (https://imgur.com/a/J0khHLd)
So my accountant is pissed off since he cannot match the transaction and tax administration will be too. But this is not the end of the story.
2 weeks ago PayPal got an idea to block the withdrawal of the funds without explanation.
After emailing them again and getting replies from constantly different workers, they finally linked me to what I have to send them (they claimed it was in the resolution center but the link there did not exist).
It was again as last year, millions of documents needed. After providing all their documents, this Friday they locked the possibility of linking my website to PayPal, so now people cannot pay on the Website. They are still "reviewing" documentations without any answer.
We are left with only the payment method available and that's Bitcoin.
A lot of people do not use Bitcoin so I am looking for any other method possible. Serbia isn't part of the European Union, so a lot of methods are not available for us. I am asking you guys for advice to give me, what payment method would you accept?
The only solution that we can think of is Paynoeer (again many people do not use it) or Banks (high provision since we are third world country, and they automatically convert money to Our Serbian Dinars = bad conversion).
Our last option will be to move our company to an EU country.
We are out of options and out of ideas, we are in a situation that we do not know what to do. If you have any ideas, suggestions, or anything. Please write down in the comments. Thank you very much, Perfume Guy
Whatsapp: +38163414753
Website: https://shop.chezpierre.rs/
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Instead of worrying about BTC's price. Research the technology, be updated about the economy, and enhance your online security

That's what I'm doing, at least.
Just develop the hobby of googling a plain "bitcoin" to be updated about its current news. I enjoy reading the bullshit section of economy in WSJ. I basically believe the opposite of anything they're saying. Like a recent article claiming full recovery at the the end of 2020. What kind of a vaccine that is so powerful to end a worldwide crisis in 3 months.
Anyways, for online security I suggest:
- Yubikey with Binance and Google accounts. (Both support U2F, physical touch to log in, users have never been phished)
- Trezor one for Bitcoin storage
- ColdTi for Titanium-engraved recovery phrase storage
All three cost $99. It's the optimal security to date. Protect you from both digital theft and environmental crises.
Note: Be careful what chrome extensions you install. Some replace your clipboard and people have reported sending funds to the wrong address.
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I am thinking of excepting bitcoins for signs, banners, shirts, ect. What is the best way for a shop like mine to implement this?

I have a one man sign shop and have been wanting to get into bitcoins for a while now and finally have the resources to do it. Is this a service that the community needs? I am not sure how to set up the pricing structure and would appreciate any insight you kind folks could offer.
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