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The Future of Femdom is Bitcoin

I have a bit of amazing news for you: I’m now accepting payment in Bitcoin.

This may not sound very exciting, but trust me, it is! You may think there’s no point in bitcoin when you can send me a tribute/deposit via bank transfer or iwantclips, but you’d be wrong in thinking that way. There are a lot of advantages to using bitcoin:

No banks involved, which means that when you send me a deposit, it doesn’t show up on your bank statement, and we all know why that’s a good thing!

International payments are made easy. No need to go through a service which charges a huge chunk of money, or to wait for over a week for an international money transfer (which you often have to pay a hefty fee to make!).

Instant Transfer. When you send me bitcoins, they arrive instantly, so I can check straight away and confirm receipt of your deposit.

Sticking it to the man! When you tribute me via bitcoin, nobody else is making any money off our transaction. No bank, visa company, clipstore…. It’s just you directly giving money to me. Why should mega corporations profit off of our kinky time?

If that’s not reason enough for you to start using bitcoin, I’m offering extra incentive. If you pay your session deposit using Bitcoin, I will give you a 10% discount on your session!

No idea how to use bitcoin or where to get them? Let me help you with that.

Step 1: Download the app


Go to google play store or the IOS app store and download Mycelium.
Open it and start a new wallet.

Step 2: Get yourself some bitcoins!

Just click on Buy/Sell bitcoin and choose your method. Not all countries allow for buying bitcoin right through the app. If you can’t buy your Bitcoin in the app, you can also visit sites such as coinbase.com or even easier, google Bitcoin ATM’s near you. Yes, you can buy bitcoins at ATM’s! just do a quick search on google to find your closest one. You will need the code beside the barcode on your app to add the bitcoins to your wallet. All this will be explained as you purchase uyour bitcoins and it’s super easy. And there you go, you now have your very own wallet complete with bitcoin currency!

Step 3: Tribute


To send me your tribute/deposit, all you need to do is click on Send on the main page of the app. This brings you to a menu where you can choose your option.
If you pick ‘Scan QR Code’, you will be prompted to open your camera. You must then scan the above barcode (the one in the image just above) with your phone camera. Easy. Clipboard means that you pick an address to send it to from your copy/paste text. So to have my address in your clipboard, just copy the following code (using your phone, just hold your finger on it for a second or two, then take it off the screen. A little pop up will appear asking you if you want to copy):

1MMMjaUEog5abeM8zgFPSwZZXLi9LBGTbFSW

Now the code is copied, you can paste it from your clipboard. Option 3 is to enter the code manually. Be very careful! 1 mistake could irretrievably send the money to the wrong person. I recommend the QR scan method.

Don’t know how much to send? Click here to use this handy converter. You can convert any currency to bitcoin to know exactly how much you need to send.

Step 4: Sit back and relax
That’s it! I’ve received my tribute! Easy peasy! And now you’re set up, it will require nothing more than the push of a button to send me tribute in the future, and every time you use bitcoins to pay a deposit, you’ll get 10% off your session!

Welcome to the future of Femdom, where nobody will go snooping into your money.

For more information on Bitcoin, click here

 

2 Comments
  • Rob Jones
    Reply

    Love Bitcoin, it’s surely the future until the Old World authorities get their hands on it. I notice China is already twitchy about it, which is hardly surprising.

    That said I’m not sure all the advantages you cite fully accrue, there is a downside. Firstly, unless you’re already active in Bitcoin transactions you have to buy the Bitcoins in the first place, which both involves ‘commissions’ to some kind of institution, and some traceability of transactions. It’s not quite as damning as the expenditure item “Filthy Porn”, but it’s still fairly incriminating since BitCoin is most associated with nefarious, suspicious transactions. Secondly, do you price your clips in Bitcoins? If you do, you’re engaging in quite volatile speculation, if you’re not then your clients are! That will all go away when we can all pay our rents and buy our groceries in Bitcoin of course, but I suspect the authorities will have their sticky fingers in the pot well before then.

    16th September 2017 at 11:51 pm

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