Hi arnoudk, very cool!!!Hi.
I'll be "hiding" some Bitcoin Cash paper wallets, loaded with a small amount of Bitcoin Cash, in public places...
Sure!Please post your Bitcoin Cash (BCH) address and we will see if we can spare a small amount of BCH for your giveaway
Thanks, i am following up now what we can do to help you little projectSure!Please post your Bitcoin Cash (BCH) address and we will see if we can spare a small amount of BCH for your giveaway
You can send any amount of BCH to 19RQfjmUhdwYgyxnNzptQMMuPjvv1t6TB9. Thanks in advance.
Here's a QR code.
Sounds good to me! I'm having a lot of fun, having lots of great conversations, and don't mind spending a little bit of my own money on this at all. So even if you can't help out, I'll still go right ahead.Thanks, i am following up now what we can do to help you little project
Can't promise anything but we should be able to help you even in just a small way.
Yes! There is indeed a big remittance market.Do you know if there is a big market is Belize for remittance payments?
If there is then you need to find people that can accept BCH for local currency. What's the point of sending your hard earned cash back home if 25-50% is going to be taken up in fees on the BTC network, people may as well use Western Union.
I will try get the team here to help you as much as possible.
There's something that you might be able to help with. In the bitcoin.com wallet, when I sweep the funds, it charges a 0.0001 BCH fee, for a 1 input 1 output transaction. That seems steep. For comparison, when I send a 1 input 2 output tx in the wallet (regular method), it charges a 0.000002 BCH fee.I will try get the team here to help you as much as possible.
ThanksThis is a pretty cool idea, at least people can actually USE IT like it was supposed to be.
I always use a custom fee of 2 sat/byte which is less than a cent. Never had a problem.This all sounds really good and definitely needed for a country were living wages can be so low.
Let's take this transaction i just sent on the BTC network as an example. This was sent from the Bitcoin.com wallet with a "normal" fee, not priority.
Tx: https://blockchain.info/tx/71b451e78518 ... 6d2b9a2efc
As you can see the transaction is very small at 223 (bytes) but still cost me $ 21.44 AUD to send. I could understand this on a transaction with lot of inputs, but 1 input and 2 outputs should never most this much. Small blocks = high fees.
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