Bitcoin withdraw fee.

Started by admin 2017-11-22 at 16:52
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Admin
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Hello,

Coinpayments which is the payment processor/wallet we use for Bitcoin deposits and withdraws have increased their fee from 0.0002 BTC to 0.0007 BTC which is around $5 and we pay this fee for every payment we send.
Since this number is insanely high we have added a $5 withdraw fee to Bitcoin withdraws and we will adjust it as the Bitcoin price goes up or down.

We will try to find another way to send you,your withdraws in order to avoid this high fee per payment but until then we have to keep this withdraw fee.

I am sorry for that,but it's not up to us and we can not afford to send a $10 payment and pay an extra 50% ($5) on fees.

Thanks for your understanding.

Best regards,
Scarlet-clicks and Gptplanet Support
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primepost
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Fair enough
MANUVINAY
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this website was very good
emilyfrr
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jhonnamora
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Thanks for the info admin.
jamalalsari
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Quote: primepost
Fair enough
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mwiz
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can understand your point of view,

As most of Bitcoin transactions gets delayed to high miner fees. and due to daily rising price of Bitcoin.

It must be very difficult for you to keep track of every micro transaction.

I Support your decision. & also suggest to put minimum transaction for bitcoin withdrawal.


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« Last Edit: 2017-12-03 at 22:55 by mwiz »
Best wishes.,
gptshali
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Hello And Thanks
prataprat
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sir,

my advise please also add payeer and okpay also

And you can consider litecoin as additional option and long term growth for site's health!
Amrooo123
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thank u Amin