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Rentalutions enables US residents to pay rent in bitcoins
Rentalutions is First to Launch Nationwide Bitcoin Rent Payments
rentalutions.com just announced that they will let people renting pay their land lords in bitcoin! This is really cool. I just emailed them to ask them for litecoin support.
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I want to pay my rent with Bitcoin...
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Located in California: I am ALL in on Bitcoin and I am looking for the easiest way to pay my rent with Bitcoin. Currently I use www.localbitcoins.com
, but that becomes a hassle... if anyone has any strategic ideas please let me know.
Bitwage -> Bitreserve -> Gateways: Bitcoin is ready for the (savvy) Unbanked
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I was playing around with Bitreserve & Coinapult today and was blown away by what's already offered. These services are just in their infancy and already can be integrated with the existing bitcoin infrastructure. Let's say you are a low-income worker without a bank account Why don't you have a bank account?
Yet by not having access to a bank, you must compensate by:
- Living paycheck to paycheck means you don't maintain a high enough minimum balance.
- If you have unpaid taxes then the IRS can withdraw money from your bank account (and your families)*
- Requiring extensive documentation means a required visit to the government office to purchase these papers.
- Paycheck to paycheck living means banking/individual delays causes overdrafts to occur and rack up fees.
Let's say you have a smartphone and are savvy enough to piece together existing bitcoin services
- If you want to cash your work checks, there is a fee
- If you need to pay your rent/utilities/bills with a check (and you don't have a bank account), there are fees for money orders
- If you want to send money to someone, you know this
- In order to not carry around a ton of cash for large purchases people usually use prepaid debit cards, which has fees
- Not easy to buy things online without a bank account/credit card
This is by no means a cakewalk
- Get your wage switched from checks to bitcoin via bitwage
- Forward bitcoin payments to your USD wallets on Coinapult/Bitreserve.
- Send money to people via email or standard bitcoin payments
- Use bitcoin gateway solutions to spend your bitUSD in the real world (ex: Rent gateways, Gift Cards, Bitcoin ATMs, Bitcoin debit cards, online shopping, etc.)
Yet for a savvy individual with access to the internet (yet no bank account)
, there now exists a legitimate way to use bitcoin. Bitcoin is becoming less of a privilege for those with excess money to experiment and more utilitarian for the people who need it most.
Plus, with this modular model, there is so much room for competitive services to solve problems. And in this ecosystem, the problem solvers affect the world (not just those with bank accounts)
Has anyone paid their rent in BTC using rentulations.com?
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According to their site
and various news articles, if you send them BTC, they'll mail your landlord a check.
Can anyone vouch or share their experience (fee amount, timeliness of payment, etc)?
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Currently, tenants can’t pay in bitcoin directly via Rentalutions’ website, they have to email the team with the amount their rent is in USD, then Rentalutions sends the tenant an invoice ... For Chicago-based Rentalutions, accepting bitcoin was a "no brainer" since it would help customers who wanted to pay with the currency, and also signal its role as a disruptive software in the ... Rentalutions decided to add Bitcoin as a payment method for tenants mainly because Coon and the rest of the team believe in the power of cryptocurrency. “As more people become comfortable with the currency, we expect individuals will want to use it to pay for things they need, including rent. Rentalutions, an online software platform for do-it-yourself landlords, says it will now allow tenants to pay rent with bitcoins. Bitcoin is a currency that is the electronic equivalent of cash. The currency was created in 2009 and the total value of all bitcoins today exceeds USD $1 billion. Rentalutions, an online software platform for do-it-yourself landlords, will immediately allow tenants to pay rent with bitcoins. The Company is the first major property manager or rent processing company to offer this option. Bitcoin is a currency that is the electronic equivalent of cash.
         
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