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Hi guys, First and foremost id like to thank everyone who took the time to read this post. First off ill start with letting everyone know how ashamed and embarrassed i am asking for donations and lastly that i am new to all of this. The whole reason im asking for any amount of bitcoin anyone can possibly spare is to make sure my son who will be turning 6 Wednesday has enough bitcoin for the online game he wants to play. Im not sure what the name of it is or exactly how much it cost but i will get the info.. Anyways, as ashamed as i am im sure you guessed that i am having financial hardships and i simply cannot afford any bitcoin right now. all i want and all he has been asking about is "dad, can u please get me some bitcoins, lol". regardless whether i receive anything or not i know everything will work out somehow. Thanks everyone for your time and especially to any donators god bless and have a great day!!
Would like to install a bitcoin tip jar on my site
Hi all I know this can be done, as I have seen it elsewhere. I want a way of generating addresses so people can donate to my wallet. Is there an app, or even a way to plug in a online wallet into the site? Would ideally like them to see a new address each time. Cheers
Do I just generate a single address for that wallet for everybody to use? Or do I have to figure out some way to automatically generate a new address each time someone wants to click on it? Or am I so ignorant that I'm asking the wrong question?
R/Bitcoin just created the first Writer #Bitcoin Tip Jar HTML widget - How do we improve it before sending it to Journalists?
Reddit is Great! User Silfax coded an initial implementation of the tip jar concept you can read about the idea and original discussion here http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1bi5n8/bitcoin_could_change_journalism_on_the_web_just/) And the prototype app is here http://bitcointipper.appspot.com There have been comments that the color scheme won't fit in with most sites, so if anyone has design skills we could use some alternative color schemes that blend in with different websites and won't stick out like a giant glowing sore thumb (no offense silfax, it's beautiful!) What other ways could it be improved? Here was another suggestion
First step, if the number of tipsters is important, is to contact piuk >and ask him to add a new API feature to blockchain.info that would >return the count of received transactions to a particular address. It >should be a simple feature to add, and hopefully he is open to doing >so.
What else is it missing? Have we taken any major mis-steps or overlooked problems? EDIT There is a Bitcointalk forum thread up on the subject, and it has some requests
Pic: The Bitcoin Tip Jar Sometimes its difficult for a merchant to want to accept Bitcoin because of the hassle of the learning curve. This is my first successful attempt at snatching a merchant into the bitcoin pool by offering them a hassle free way to experiment - The Bitcoin Tip Jar... First adopted by our latest Las Vegas merchant, La Bocce Pizza. HOWTO: I created a bitcoin keypair for them and put the necessary info on this tip card. As they accumulate their bitcoin tips, I'll come in to buy them back with dollars.
TIL the guy who created SkiFree, the classic Windows 3.1 game, maintains a page with downloads to binaries that work on modern operating systems, AND accepts tip jar donations in bitcoin if you scroll down to the bottom of the page
Bitcoin Tipjar. If you would like to make a donation in Bitcoin towards the podcast then please use the following address:. Bitcoin: 3FiC6w7eb3dkcaNHMAnj39ANTAkv8Ufi2S Virtual Tip Jars & P2P Payments By floptious on February 24, 2019 • ( 0) The number of sites, books, articles, and overall content related to passive income is astounding and I’m here wading through it so you don’t have to. As we say around our house, you’re welcome. Today’s topic, virtual tip jars and peer to peer payments. The Tip Jar If you have found this site informative and helpful, and want to show your appreciation with a tip, you can do that here. You can send Bitcoin to this ... I write this blog for fun. But if you feel inclined to send me some Bitcoin it would totally make my day.1FtYgpZ3bub9fPBU2yGtJB5SVZA4Zo8CkW The Bitcoin Jar evolved from the bitcoin tipping culture, which is changing the way value is perceived. With Bitcoin we are able to spend, give, reward, help or TIP without boarders or any limits. By sending bitcoin TIPs we speak our minds showing what is valuable for us.
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