Start accepting Bitcoin in your business today!

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Start accepting Bitcoin in your business today!

Running a business is stressful enough. Running a business in South Africa with the current economic turbulence is downright terrifying.

How do you protect your hard-earned money from rising inflation, political instability, and frustrating bureaucracy?

What if there was a way to put your money into a global asset that is sheltered from the reach of the chaos of the falling Rand, cuts out all of the exorbitant bank charges and exchange rates usually applied, and can be used anywhere in the world at any time?

Welcome to a new era, with Bitcoin.

Pretty exciting stuff? We sure think so…

But how do you implement this new technology in your business to start selling services and goods in exchange for Bitcoin?

That’s where we come in.

We will help you to set up a Bitcoin account with your own Bitcoin wallet, enabling you to receive payment for your goods and services either online or in-store.

It’s really that simple.

  • Set up and start using Bitcoin in less than a day.
  • Full-service verification within 2 working days.
  • Email invoicing.
  • POS services.
  • Full control of payouts in Rands, or alternatively kept in Bitcoin.
  • Custom currencies for ZAR, USD, EURO, POUNDS, and so much more
  • Fight fraud and identity theft with transactions that are safer than those made with credit cards.
  • Payment service on websites and online stores.
  • 0% transaction fees for 30 or less transactions per month.
  • 1% flat rate transaction fees for 30 or more transactions per month.
  • Choose to keep your money in Bitcoin or Fiat payouts, or a combination of both.
  • Custom user setup, with permission structures for staff at all user levels.

Contact us today for a free consultation.

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See Also:

Find out more using Bitcoin in South Africa

Bitcoin now accepted at Pick n Pay

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Facebook accused of cheating content creators out of billions of views

A video Published on Nov 10, 2015 by In a Nutshell – Kurzgesagt has appeared on YouTube making the following bold claims :

Facebook just announced 8 billion video views per day. This number is made out of lies, cheating and worst of all: theft. All of this is wildly known but the media giant Facebook is pretending everything is fine, while damaging independent creators in the process. How does this work?

This video has gone viral and has caught the attention of Business Insider among others.

It would be quite interesting to see a response from Facebook regarding these bold claims. As a content creator these accusations do note bode well for the the creative industry as a whole.

However this being said, content creators should not focus specifically on traffic without comparing it to actual conversions. Traffic alone should not be the be all and end all. It does not matter if your content is viewed on Facebook or on YouTube or Vimeo, it matters how your audience reacts to the content and weather the traffic related to actual sales.

Don’t let the competition get the best of you with pay per click sabotage 

Click fraud, a type of pay-per-click internet fraud, is becoming more robust within the digital marketing landscape. Click fraud happens when users — or bots — intentionally click on a link with the purpose of charging someone for the click. Often times, they have no interest in the end result, causing a catastrophic impact on agencies, eating away at client budgets and negatively impacting performance.- Eli Martin

With all the new technology out there to help you promote your buisiness, you have to educate yourself enough to protect yourself from some of the more dubious ways your competitors might try to undermine your hard work. A good example of this is discussed in the following article published in Entrepreneur Magagine: 4 Ways Advertising Agencies Can Protect Themselves From Click Fraud, December 4, 2015 by Eli Martin

Finding time for yourself

Sometimes its easy to get swept up and the to-do’s and all the clients needs that we forget to look after the machine that makes it all work. These days an artists spends more and more time glued behind a desk and less time in the outside world just living. Deadlines, pressure and the need for perfection drives us until all the lights start flashing with urgent warnings us to cease and desist before the whole thing collapses.

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