We at Rocketr are working on getting Bitcoin Cash running so that our users can begin paying with and accepting Bitcoin Cash. We're not quite ready but we're not too far out.
I do as well, but I think it's an important part of the bitcoin death spiral. I think all these graphs we're looking at will start to show literal spirals
Markets are simple: either they adopt or they will be replaced by competition.
And there are already some quality contenders like https://rocketr.net/ that would like to replace narrow minded BitPay.
Rocketr which provides BitPay-like services to merchants.
Already has more than 42 accepting BCC/BCH.
Mom & pop Wordpress sites can now set up with
Only https://rocketr.net/ so far that I know of. They support several coins besides Bitcoin Cash.
See discussions here:
For only $10/mo, our fee is reduced to only 2%.
in fact, right now we're running a "pay what you want" promo. realistically, you can pay as little as $5/mo https://rocketr.net/buy/monthly
edit: in double fact, if you guys wanna get started with us just pm me your user names and i'll upgrade a few of you this month free of charge -- just show me your webstore so i know you're doing business
Hopefully you guys aren't tired of my shameless plugs yet. Rocketr allows you to accept Bitcoin Cash. And if you use a shopping cart system that needs integration, we're usually willing to build plugins, too.
>Store name / URL
>What products do you sell?
We're a service helping sellers (such as yourselves) sell their digital products online by processing payments for them (we currently process PayPal/Stripe/BTC/ETH/Perfect Money, more on the way) and delivering their products to their buyers automatically.
>What makes you different from other stores?
We allow sellers to also accept BTC and ETH, which most of our competitors don't.
>Which platform do you use?
We are the platform
>What are you currently seeking? (Feedback/Hiring/Help & Advice)
More brand recognition. More sellers using our platform.
Admittedly I'm a cofounder of Rocketr, so pardon my bias but I'd like to suggest us. We allow accepting of several various currencies (including Bitcoin/Ethereum) and have Stripe and PayPal integration as well.
We have numerous features to help benefit you as a seller and we're very approachable. If you're interested or have any questions please feel free to let me know.
Well, this one is maintained and operated by Rocketr. The same thing that keeps us from running off with our merchants' money is the same thing that keeps us from running off with tippr's wallet.
> None of the payment ecosystem followed the BCH side of the first split.
If anything, that's a great opportunity for new businesses to enter and grow.
Also, while the big ones like BitPay may not support it yet, others are making it happen: https://rocketr.net/
Actually sad that BitPay no longer gives a fuck about small businesses.
They only care about having fees as high as possible for their customers. This and having a constant in-fight with BScore.
Anyway I hope https://rocketr.net/ will replace them ASAP.
I used to sell digital goods, most of my clients used bitcoin for the purpose of purchasing, so I used these guys to manage my payments.
As for CMS, I'd never trust somene whose site looks like mario brothers game like intacct
Not a lot of time left in 2016 but with the US election, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and Christmas all around the corner I'm expecting the price to raise a bit. I think next year we'll start seeing a lot more companies accepting it. I have a few projects I'll be marketing soon that all accept Bitcoin and I'm using one of them (https://rocketr.net) to help others accept Bitcoin.
Thanks for all the mentions lately my dude! Though for the record, it's https://rocketr.net rather than .com.
/u/Fluffywiggle we (Rocketr) can help you get a more automated system going with more convenient order tracking (a la BitPay). Let me know if you're interested and have any questions.
If you're doing online sales you can use https://rocketr.net/ for your payment processor, but they're more focused on digital product sales rather than tangible goods. They've added Bitcoin Cash as a payment option. Hopefully others (especially BitPay) will follow suit soon.
Not yet. You're not the first one to mention that so we do have plans to make a video. Our ideal customer is anyone that wants to sell their digital content. Users can also upload their content and list it as free if they just want a place to giveaway their content. Free items still collect email addresses so that the seller (giver in this scenario) can email them about other products and services (unless the user opts out of marketing emails)
A lot of eBook sellers like to sell through us as we have what we call "PDF stamping" which watermarks the PDF with the buyers email and IP to prevent leaking. Of course it won't 100% stop them, but it's an extra step.
We also a lot more features too. Check out the Getting Started section of our knowledgebase.
Here is the post for archival purposes:
>Saw that we have these Beanies being sold HERE by resident [r/btc](/r/btc) -er [u/BitcoinBeanie](/u/BitcoinBeanie)
>So, I dont wear beanies in this style but I wanna buy one, maybe two. So tell me how you got into crypto and I'll pick a winner in the next few hours.
>Please be willing to privately share your address with me to order it directly to you. Otherwise the game is on!
>Note: I am talking to the seller to understand shipping concerns. Right now this offer is for US only but will update to other locations once I hear back.
>I'm asking how it works, I don't know how checking an IP prevents fraud at all.
As I mentioned before, one way is that it allows sellers to block known VPNs and proxies for specific payment methods (such as PayPal) to prevent "unauthorized purchase" fraud.
>Is this a seamless payment system?
Customers need to pay during checkout. We don't store anything that would allow us to repeat the payment.
>And how do you calculate fees for the service?
We allow sellers to block known VPNs and proxies for specific payment methods (such as PayPal) to prevent "unauthorized purchase" fraud.
As for FedEx for digital goods, we provide delivery and delivery tracking
Do you have your own infrastructure (basically a bitcoind server running somewhere), or do you use a payment gateway (which it is ?)
You may also have a look at roketr ; they have announced Bitcoin Cash support, I don't know their products but apparently, you have "only" to embed a specific button in your web page for every product...
The concepts of my trading cryptocurrency is based on support and resistance principle which are undoubtedly two of the most highly discussed attributes of technical analysis. The technique identifies with very high accuracy when price would reverse or change direction there by giving the trader the advantage of Buying at the right time and selling at the right to make good profits. With a combination of indicators you can identify Market reversals and trade the successfully. Earning is guaranteed. https://rocketr.net/buy/b575f2aecf1d
Well, it's actually how Rocketr makes most of its income. Many sellers on Rocketr make a lot of money through Bitcoin. I obviously can't say anything specific, but they're certainly doing very well.
You can try using https://rocketr.net We offer fraud prevention, order tracking and allow you to accept many different payment methods, including Stripe, Paypal and Bitcoin
Take a look and feel free to message me if you have any questions.
p.s. I am associated with Rocketr but also have used them to sell items myself
I would suggest that you save up a budget for marketing weekly. It could be something like $5/day to test run ads at first and if an ad works, reinvest into it and scale it up so you can grow.
This guide was pretty thorough on facebook ads when I was growing my dropshipping store https://rocketr.net/buy/6e19ed8d0bad
If you are selling digital goods, take a look at https://rocketr.net
It's a great site that lets you sell digital goods and services. We will be adding support for physical products later on this quarter but you can still sell physical goods under the services umbrella.
>Check out this amazing account shop where you can buy cracked online accounts for bitcoin!
Go to Shop
We don't currently showcase a list of products, though we have plans to eventually. /u/lightcoin has provided a link to his product, though