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Any Anonymous Bitcoin Affiliate Networks like Clickbank

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Crono, Jun 28, 2012.

  1. Crono

    Crono Registered Member

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    Would be interested in something like this, to sell your digital products on a marketplace that is a mixture of clickbank and ebay (Kind of like selling ebooks on ebay but also has affiliates that will promote the products for you like clickbank).

    Are there any foreign companies that accept credit card and let you cash out in bitcoins?
     
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    UndeadCircus Junior Member

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    Why on earth would you want to be paid in Bitcoins? The way those stupid things have been fluctuating lately and being "hacked" is nothing that I'd even consider putting hard work into getting.
     
  3. Crono

    Crono Registered Member

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    What should I be paid in? Euro's from bankrupt countries or USD from a country that is approaching 57 trillion in debt.
     
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  4. UndeadCircus

    UndeadCircus Junior Member

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    Lmfao. Good luck paying your bills with bitcoins. Those failing dollars you mention is what this world is based around.
     
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  5. williamk

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    Bitcoins are the future. That is for sure. The hacks and other stuff you have been hearing is just the media making useless news. I would love to see a system crack their encryption. Not to mention the low fees and anonymoity.
     
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  6. UndeadCircus

    UndeadCircus Junior Member

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    Anonymity is one thing. The media making useless news? That "useless news" is damn near accurate information, especially when places like Slashdot and other tech websites are reporting about it. So no, that news is not useless. But whatev. This thread isn't about how shitty bitcoins are or how investing in them is only going to lose you a lot of money. No, that's not what this thread is about.

    Someone answer OPs question.
     
  7. Crono

    Crono Registered Member

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    The failing dollars is why the world is in a recession right now. I will eventually cash out into a local currency, its not like I am going to be carrying a USB stick with a bitcoins wallet to pay for things.
     
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  8. zebrahat

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    The only people I know that prefer Bitcoin payments are those doing something shady/illegal in their own country. Not saying that OP is at all, just my experience.
     
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    This is the same as I have experienced.

    (I also lol'd at the image of OP walking around with a usb stick trying to pay for shit)

     
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  11. zebrahat

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    The concept is 1) one builds up bitcoins over time through mining, and/or accepting payment through them, then 2) takes any balance they want to convert to traditional currency (or another e-currency) to one of the major exchangers in order to cash out. As for 'illegal activities' LOL, that's the same old nonsense charge that's been laid against every alternative financial activity ever created.

    Seeking financial privacy is NOT the same thing as doing illegal stuff. Do people realize it's much easier to pull cash out of an ATM somewhere and go off committing crimes with the cash? So should all ATMs and banks be thought suspicious then, or shut down because they make it easy to finance crimes? Bitcoins provide an system that doesn't rely on centralized banks or governments in order for people to save or make transactions, and can't be shut down or seized by them. We should be happy it exists, not rehash mocking comments or unproven libels about it.
     
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  12. Tsmash

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    Yeah, I didn't say that only criminals use bitcoins. I said that the only people that I've ever come in contact with that PREFERRED dealing with bitcoins opposed to cash are people doing shady things.
     
  13. zebrahat

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    All I'll say in response is, the VAST MAJORITY of people doing shady things in any country, are those who prefer to do it using regular currency. That's my observation and experience, so the guilt by association cuts both ways.
     
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    Yeah, also the vast majority of people in the world don't even know what bitcoins are.

    All squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares.
     
  15. Xictus

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    First, carrying around an usb stick to pay things it's something that WILL come in the near future... and Secondly for the stupid comments of UndeadCircus about the trust worthy news he thinks... i have a good movie recommendation for you buddy... it's called "Wag the dog", you should see it... And then "Inside Job"... after that read your comment again and let's see what you think about
     
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    What is the traceability like with bitcoins? Do they leave a money trail like conventional currency?
     
  17. Xictus

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    If done right there's none. That's the beauty of this currency. And that's the reason why some US senators are carrying a vendetta against it, claiming it's being used to money laundry from illegal activities as drug traffic to say the less...
     
  18. Crono

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    I don't think it will be a usb stick, more like a keychain with a rfid chip on it like the new credit cards.

    Anyhow I hope something good will come up in the next year for internet marketers on bitcoins, it will be gold once it becomes bigger.
     
  19. ./v3xr

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    That's the beauty in such a system! The more people using BTC, the more profitable it becomes. That's why the government is pushing foul media coverage on BTC - it takes the power away from them, and gives it to THE PEOPLE.

    It's only a matter of time before others realize they are nothing more than cattle; an asset to their respective owner (goverment).

    and lol at UndeadCircus, gave me a good laugh. Do you really think the media is free from government corruption? How would you, of all people, know? Care to share your inside sources with the rest of us?
     
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    Any made up currency is only valuable, as people using it think it is. I can see Bitcoins failing, but only because there will be a large crackdown due to its unregulated usage.
    Governments don't like it, because it is untraceable: that's why it is for drugs & contraband stuff.
    What I really like about it, is that it is instant: you can easily transfer fast large amounts of unregulated money to another person, without fear of being banned or cavity searched.
    Hopefully, it will withstand the wrath of governments and become a true replacement for s*itty paypal.