I’m proud to say that my online store is now accepting bitcoin directly to our Ledger through our own node. Thanks to superhuman Nicolas Dorier and his open-source BTCPay project. By cutting off the intermediary, we decreased the cost and more importantly enhanced the privacy of our customers

I'm proud to say that my online store is now accepting bitcoin directly to our Ledger through our own node. Thanks to superhuman Nicolas Dorier and his open-source BTCPay project. By cutting off the intermediary, we decreased the cost and more importantly enhanced the privacy of our customers submitted by /u/CardCollector1
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Ethan Heilman: “My research on Bitcoin privacy in tweet form: TumbleBit uses an intermediary tumbler to allow parties to make private payments that are fast, confidential, and safe. The tumbler cannot violate your privacy, nor steal your bitcoins. TumbleBit is fully compatible with today’s Bitcoin.”

Ethan Heilman: "My research on Bitcoin privacy in tweet form: TumbleBit uses an intermediary tumbler to allow parties to make private payments that are fast, confidential, and safe. The tumbler cannot violate your privacy, nor steal your bitcoins. TumbleBit is fully compatible with today’s Bitcoin." submitted by /u/eragmus
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Is there an intermediary that allows me to pay eBay purchases with Bitcoin?

I mostly buy stuff on Ebay since Amazon and Bestbuy don’t offer worldwide shipping, I live in southern Asia.

I have an account with my local public bank denominated in US Dollar to make my payments to Ebay. However, it is very hard to get USD in this country as rich people have all of it. If I used a local currency account instead, the bank would charge a 10% commission for each international payment for currency exchange and cross border fee.

Is there a Bitcoin solution for this?

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