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#1 captkirk

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Posted 08 April 2018 - 04:32 PM

Hi Fellow MC Members and Guests,

If you have noticed, I’m not promoting any bitcoins sites other than joining a few.

Since I can’t use PayPal and Payza, I need to really learn and understand bitcoins.

How do you use Coinpayments and Coinbase?
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Posted 08 April 2018 - 06:27 PM

It works just like PayPal or Payza except the value fluctuates up and down, when you send to someone you can send a set $ value of bitcoin at the time of the transaction. You receive payments via a wallet address, and in the same way you can send to others. You can connect your bank account to sell and cash out to your bank or to purchase bitcoin.


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Posted 08 April 2018 - 07:42 PM

It works just like PayPal or Payza except the value fluctuates up and down, when you send to someone you can send a set $ value of bitcoin at the time of the transaction. You receive payments via a wallet address, and in the same way you can send to others. You can connect your bank account to sell and cash out to your bank or to purchase bitcoin.


A lot of sites has moved to Coinpayments since we the issues with PayPal and Payza.

I have an account with Coinpayments and Coinbase but I never used them.
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Posted 08 April 2018 - 07:50 PM

A lot of sites has moved to Coinpayments since we the issues with PayPal and Payza.

I have an account with Coinpayments and Coinbase but I never used them.

 

Yea, unfortunately I am in one of the states that can't use Coinpayments, but they seem like a really good service.


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Posted 08 April 2018 - 08:03 PM

Yea, unfortunately I am in one of the states that can't use Coinpayments, but they seem like a really good service.


Is there anyway that they can stop Coinpayments since we’re coming from Payza to Coinpayments?

The REAL marketers will find away to survive even if we have to use snail mail... :)
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Posted 13 April 2018 - 04:16 PM

A lot of sites has moved to Coinpayments since we the issues with PayPal and Payza.

I have an account with Coinpayments and Coinbase but I never used them.

 

I faced the same problem a few months ago and honestly, if you just logon and click every link you find you should catch on quick. It's really not complicated.Also YouTube has hours of video on them.


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Posted 13 April 2018 - 04:21 PM

I faced the same problem a few months ago and honestly, if you just logon and click every link you find you should catch on quick. It's really not complicated.Also YouTube has hours of video on them.

 

Yep, I been checking youtube out.

 

I'm sure I will make money with Coinpayments since most of the veteran marketers can't use PayPal and Payza.

 

I already been paid with Coinpayments! :)

 

 

 

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Posted 15 April 2018 - 07:09 AM

Is my CoinPayments merchant ID the same as my Bitcoin Address?

 

If they're not the same, how do I find my CoinPayments Bitcoin Address?

 

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Posted 02 June 2018 - 06:54 AM

 

Is my CoinPayments merchant ID the same as my Bitcoin Address?

 

If they're not the same, how do I find my CoinPayments Bitcoin Address?

 

 

No, your CoinPayments Merchant ID isn't the same as your Bitcoin adress.

 

How to find your CoinPayments Bitcoin adress:

  1. Login to your CoinPayments account
  2. Click on "Your Wallet"
  3. Click the green button labeled "BTC Options"
  4. Click on "Deposit / Receive"
  5. Click the green button labeled "Add New Deposit Adress"

 

Btw, CoinPayments offer PayPal Passthru Service...

 

PayPal Passthru is an additional service giving buyers the option of paying for their order with PayPal or altcoins. With PayPal Passthru the funds go directly to owner's / admin's account, they do not go through CoinPayment's account at all and they don't collect any fees for this service. PayPal IPNs are sent to their server and they translate them to their system so owners / admins only have to implement one IPN handler on their website (or install one of their shopping cart plugins).

To enable PayPal Passthru, go to "Coin Settings", click on "PayPal/Other, enter your PayPal email address in the PayPal Passthru line and check the "Enabled" box, click on "Update Coin Preferences".

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Posted 02 June 2018 - 07:12 AM

I'm struggling with getting to grips with this site, too. As far as I can tell, it seems that you can't buy BTC directly on this site using cards or PayPal, you have to buy them elsewhere then deposit them here.

There seems to be a few things that aren't well-explained but I'm sure it'll be worth persevering with.
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Posted 30 June 2018 - 05:50 PM

I'm struggling with getting to grips with this site, too. As far as I can tell, it seems that you can't buy BTC directly on this site using cards or PayPal, you have to buy them elsewhere then deposit them here.

There seems to be a few things that aren't well-explained but I'm sure it'll be worth persevering with.

That is why I have both CoinBase and CoinPayments. You will also notice CoinPayments has a minimum amount per transaction (I think it's $20 USD), so if you deal with small transactions to buy advertising it can block you.


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