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How to make Bitcoin payments easier?

I think a lot of us have seen videos comparing Bitcoin now to how Email was in the past. It was a complicated mess. Not that Bitcoin is as complicated anymore, but it has a lot of room to become more user friendly.
What sort of things would make it easier to buy/sell goods and services.
Mobile Payments: If walking into a brick and mortar store, using NFC on your phone for payment seems really simple and convenient. It would be nice to have an app like Samsung pay where you can swipe your card up and pay using NFC. Right now, opening an app, selecting the make payment, taking a picture of the QR code, confirming, maybe 2fa seems like a lot of hoops to go through to buy a coffee (when the time comes). Any way to stream line this?
PC Payments: Is relatively straight forward, a matter of copying and pasting (with 2fa). Still a lot of hoops to go through if you compare it to something like Amazon's one click pay. Any solutions to make PC payments easier?
Addresses: I don't think I've met anyone that feels BTC wallet addresses are comfortable. 99% of people probably copy and paste their addresses. Would it be possible in the future to simplify this? for example [John_[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) I heard a company called UnstoppableDomains were trying to do this, I don't know how it's progressing though.
I'd love to here what you guys think would make Bitcoin easier to use.
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Is it easy to make payments via bitcoin? How about you all?

I've tried several payment systems to make it easier for the kratom business that I'm running in Indonesia right now. I use PayPal, Western Union, Moneygram, Transferwire. Have you ever used bitcoin to pay for kratom purchases online? Can the money that has been transferred be cashed immediately?
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How do you use bitcoin to make online payments?

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How to make Bitcoin's adaption into payments processing quicker! - A lesson from Credit Cards

Most people are motivated by money. Even if they have lots of it. Even though, Bitcoin being the premier speculative asset brings in late adapters to Bitcoin, they are not there for Bitcoins ultimate purpose which, is to destabilise BS. (a.k.a. Gov and Fed) So with that in mind and to play to the animal instincts of consumers who are motivated by money for the largest part, I suggest we take a lesson from banks and how they coxed us to use credit cards. That is, by way to credit card offers. Credit card issuers spend some of their income from merchant fees on offers to consumer. Which is akin to spending some of the mining income on offers to Bitcoin users. But it is not as if miners are footing the bill for all this and much like with credit cards, increased adaption will benefit them more than anything. What do you think and how could such a thing where a Bitcoin user gets paid to buy using Bitcoin can be introduced?
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Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency featuring a likeness of the Shiba Inu dog from the "Doge" Internet meme as its logo. In this video i telling you history of dogecoin. Introduced as a "joke currency" on 6 December 2013, Dogecoin quickly developed its own online community and reached a capitalization of US $60 million in January 2014. How does Dogecoin work. Like Bitcoin mining, Dogecoin uses proof of work which makes mining a costly process in terms of both time and energy. In order to send Dogecoins, transactions must be included in a blocks. The miners check incoming transactions against previous transactions on the blockchain.
Dogecoin is used with a wallet on your computer, your smartphone, or a website.

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I work in the finance team of a large UK based organisation and we are examining how to make payments in Bitcoin. We have several hurdles to overcome

Currently, we make most payments using BACS transfers. Our accounting package carries out a list of checks before we can make a payment. The payments are then signed by an authorised member of staff. We then send instructions to the bank to issue payments. If someone were to send a fraudulent BACS run then the bank are liable and would reimburse us.
Our problem is that with Bitcoin there is no bank. If someone were to gain access to the private key then we're fucked. We have a single point of failure. What is the best way to compensate for this?
My first idea is to use a multisig wallet, using 2 of 3 sigs to make a payment. Our payments team sign the payments with one key and send them to an automated program that signs the second signature as long as the payment meets requirements (such as; is the payee a known payee, is this amount within limits etc). Somehow we also need to secure the keys somehow, so they're never exposed to the net and ideally not to staff member either. I'm not sure how to do this yet.
Can anyone see any problems with this proposal or suggest a better structure? Does multisig software for this implementation exist yet? Does ANY software exist for Bitcoin used in a business to business context?
We all know of the current payment system risks but they don't matter because they're tolerated risks. If I'm to get this through mgmt, saying Bitcoin is better because it does x instead of y is not satisfactory if the current system has one more check, so replacing the bank's role is necessary.
Any help is much appreciated!
Edit: a few people have asked our reasons for being interested in Bitcoin. The primary reason at the moment is for paying organisations outside of the EU. When you make a lot of payments they become very expensive and take a long time (5 working days). With Bitcoin we could make these payments effectively free and we can hold our money for 5 days longer and earn interest on it.
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How to Use Bitcoin to Make Anonymous Payments

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Help wanted! Im in charge of making a presentation to senior executives of my firm about bitcoin and how they can accept it for payment /r/Bitcoin

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How is the OneTime Payment system making it Easier and Cheaper to transfer money annonymously to other users. /r/Bitcoin

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"Why not just use cash?": How do you respond when someone asks you why you would prefer to make your payment in bitcoin?

I just dropped into the IRC channel for a local hackerspace I am considering becoming a member at and asked if they would be willing to receive their membership payments in bitcoin?
The first response was "Why not just use cash?"
I'm invested in bitcoin. Not in the sense that I have a lot of money in bitcoin (I don't) but in the sense that I want it to flourish as a currency and conducting business in it is requisite to its success. (Also I would hope hackerspaces would be among the early adopters of bitcoin). How would you respond to this question?
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0.1BTC network fee: why? I was going to make a purchase with Bitcoin and my wallet (Bitcoin Core) notified me before sending the payment that I would be charged ~0.1 BTC for a 0.1 BTC purchase. How this is possible? This is not how Bitcoin is supposed to work... /r/Bitcoin

0.1BTC network fee: why? I was going to make a purchase with Bitcoin and my wallet (Bitcoin Core) notified me before sending the payment that I would be charged ~0.1 BTC for a 0.1 BTC purchase. How this is possible? This is not how Bitcoin is supposed to work... /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

12-09 15:13 - 'Yes so someone living in Bangladesh earning 10$ a month, can get paid in BTC and make payments with their phone. How are they going to pay for the ~17$ transactionfee? / BLOCKCHAIN enables anyone with a smartphone to parti...' by /u/SharkLaserrrrr removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-5min

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Yes so someone living in Bangladesh earning 10$ a month, can get paid in BTC and make payments with their phone. How are they going to pay for the ~17$ transactionfee?
BLOCKCHAIN enables anyone with a smartphone to participate, BTC is a store of value, never to be touched by you.
The thing you are talking about is bitcoin cash (BCH)
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How difficult is it to make a bitcoin payment? /r/BitcoinBeginners

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Tried to make a purchase from Newegg. They told me my payment was rejected due to a "low bitcoin miner fee". What does this mean and how do I fix it? /r/Bitcoin

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