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There are subs here from all over the world. Subs from many different countries send many different currencies using many different payment methods.
One of the reasons we so strongly encourage the use of Bitcoin here and for Findom in general is the fact that it is universal. Bitcoin is not native to any one country or location. Bitcoin is completely decentralized, which makes it an excellent currency to use for Findom, especially between people who are in completely different parts of the world.
While you are welcome to earn and demand subs to send to you using any payment method and currency you choose, we have seen a trend of more and more subs using and at times even insisting on sending Bitcoin. Sending Bitcoin rather than using credit cards and payment apps creates a substantially higher degree of anonymity for both you and your subs. Over time, we expect to see more and more subs using strictly only Bitcoin for Findom.
As such, it’s important that you have a general understanding of how Bitcoin to fiat conversions work. We’re obviously not going to go through the process of converting Bitcoin to every currency in the world, but rather we just want to go over how to use a Bitcoin converter if a situation ever comes up where you will need it.
So to access a Bitcoin converter, click this link to open it in a new tab: Bitcoin Currency Converter
On the converter page, you’ll notice the current price of Bitcoin. Under that you’ll notice a chart that shows the daily change in price. And then under that will be the Bitcoin converter.
The default is 1 BTC converted to most likely whatever the native currency is in the country you are accessing this page from.
To use the converter for a different amount, you would put the desired amount of BTC in the box (remove the 1 BTC first) and then the corresponding amount in your native currency will appear in the next box.
The reverse is also true. You can enter an amount in your desired currency, and get the resulting Bitcoin decimal amount as well.
So let’s say for example, you’re in an interaction with a sub, and you discover that he is in a completely different part of the world than you, he doesn’t speak your same language very well, and he has Bitcoin. Rather than struggling with different currencies, you might choose the amount you want (say you want him to send you $100), and then tell him to send that amount, but in Bitcoin.
So for example, you can type $100 into the currency converter, and you will get the corresponding Bitcoin decimal amount for him to send to you. This way, you can command him to send you a certain Bitcoin decimal amount. This will eliminate the extra step of figuring out different payment methods and currencies.
So let’s try a few examples just to make sure you know how to use the Bitcoin Currency Converter affectively.