Discussion in 'Pictures, Videos, Mods and Texture Packs' started by Gateship, Jun 2, 2012.
should be more than explanatory.
I seriously bet you could start up a little online store and sell those. People are always looking for real-life representation of their favorite 8-bit video game artworks.
i have been selling them at my school, i think i've made about 1o0$ but i had to use most for more supplies. problem with stuff online like Esty.com is that i don't have an easy transfer of money such as a Bank account or Paypal. so thats why i haven't done something like that.
Easy solution: Get a bank account.
i would like to be 16 and get a job before this happens
Fair enough, but may I ask why?
Use Bitcoins then. I'll see if anyone in the Bitcoin community is interested...
If you don't have a paypal account, then how did you and doom donate?
Doom has a paypal, and Drx donated for me for me because i helped him out a lot. i wasn't expecting him to though.
so i at least have a steady income of something so i fell as if I'm actually doing something. as well as i have to use most of the money i use to get more supplies.
A paypal account is very easy to set up. Why not make one?
doesn't it require a credit card?
i do not have a credit card.
Sounds like you might be able to get a few sales for Bitcoins, if you want to give that a shot.
Not necessarily a credit card. You could link a debit card to it. Essentially what paypal does is when you sell something (via Ebay or whatever) the money is held for about 20 days to allow the buyer time to receive the item and make sure there isn't anything wrong with it. The money is then usable from paypal (most websites let you use paypal as a payment option nowadays), or can be deposited onto the associated debit card (or directly into a bank account, but that's...iffy).
Sounds like you have some potential customers if you want to accept payment in Bitcoins. And seeing as you can buy stuff on Amazon with Bitcoins, and Amazon has perler beads, you could do a full-cycle business and not even touch dollars or a bank account.
as for the fact that i can;t find out how to reply on the website, i can't post anything myself there. i could do some whipping and they aren't that fragile but if you do abuse them they might break. Rayquaza was (if each board is 5'5) 16.5 x 18ish. things his size would range from 20-40$ depending on color, size, and beads used. ill look into a bit coin account.
Ah ok so i have the application installed, but how do i find out my sending address?
Yeah, you'll have to register for an account at bitcointalk.org if you want to reply to messages. It'd probably be a good idea if you're going to try to sell for Bitcoins.
You mean receiving address?
If you downloaded the normal Bitcoin client, you should just be able to click on "Receive Coins", then copy one of those addresses to whomever needs to pay you.
alight, yes i did make an account but just couldn't find the "reply" button or something of the sort
Someone wants to know the price on your bulbasaur...
i'd say around 8 US dollars. if he would like to send me info my account name is gateship i just still can't find out how to post on that website :/
if he can't then ill just give you my sending info here for you to tell him.
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