Bible Pay

Read 3523 times

  • noxpost
  • Newbie

    • 19


    • 6
    • April 10, 2018, 07:24:15 AM
    more
Getting churches involved
« on: April 15, 2018, 03:19:46 PM »
So everything around BiblePay right now is about individuals contributing and helping out - which is awesome, don't get me wrong.

However, I was speaking to our small group today, and a member of the group who is a deacon in the church started brainstorming with me about how the church could really get involved and leverage this. It's trickier than it seemed on first glance.

Of course, the church has a budget of its own, with its own commitments. A small percentage of that budget could be diverted into buying/holding BBP, and exchanging it periodically - although that requires an individual with significantly more "crypto" familiarity and comfort than most church financial officers have.

We threw around a few other ideas, and the conversation is by no means closed, but I'm wondering your thoughts. How could a reasonably sized American church (say, weekly membership of about 2500 or so)  get involved with BiblePay?


  • Rob Andrews
  • Administrator

    • 3863


    • 89
    • June 05, 2017, 08:09:04 PM
    • Patmos, Island Of
    more
Re: Getting churches involved
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2020, 12:31:29 PM »
So everything around BiblePay right now is about individuals contributing and helping out - which is awesome, don't get me wrong.

However, I was speaking to our small group today, and a member of the group who is a deacon in the church started brainstorming with me about how the church could really get involved and leverage this. It's trickier than it seemed on first glance.

Of course, the church has a budget of its own, with its own commitments. A small percentage of that budget could be diverted into buying/holding BBP, and exchanging it periodically - although that requires an individual with significantly more "crypto" familiarity and comfort than most church financial officers have.

We threw around a few other ideas, and the conversation is by no means closed, but I'm wondering your thoughts. How could a reasonably sized American church (say, weekly membership of about 2500 or so)  get involved with BiblePay?

MIP has recently added Tithing to the mobile wallet.

MIP do you know if it actually works?



  • capetillo
  • Jr. Member

    • 2


    • 0
    • April 16, 2021, 05:18:40 AM
    more
Re: Getting churches involved
« Reply #2 on: April 16, 2021, 05:25:00 AM »
MIP has recently added Tithing to the mobile wallet.

MIP do you know if it actually works?

Could you please explain?


  • Rob Andrews
  • Administrator

    • 3863


    • 89
    • June 05, 2017, 08:09:04 PM
    • Patmos, Island Of
    more
Re: Getting churches involved
« Reply #3 on: April 16, 2021, 08:17:10 AM »


  • capetillo
  • Jr. Member

    • 2


    • 0
    • April 16, 2021, 05:18:40 AM
    more
Re: Getting churches involved
« Reply #4 on: April 19, 2021, 04:36:21 AM »


Vote and Give BBP for Twitter Giveaway campaign for Biblepay
« Reply #5 on: July 12, 2021, 11:16:07 PM »
Hi, I want to start a new campaign to attract countless users and introduce others to biblepay coin

In the form of a tweet with free coin content for the amount ??
One or more people will be paid within 24 hours if they do the following
For example, these things can
Follow the biblepay coin Twitter account
As well as join to Telegram
Add friends and comment wallet address


It can be sent from one dollar to much more than a few hundred dollars at random to one or more people who join the campaign in each tweet with a specific time
For example, a End's after 24 hours or 5 days or even 1 hour

This is a well-known method for attracting users and widespread and targeted advertising, which is used by many large or even new projects.

I currently have 3,000 followers on Twitter, but for this campaign, the amount of followers does not matter much, because for the reward, most active users participate in this method if one or two actual payments are made.


I only collect 10% of the amount of each campaign and send the rest to the winners.

Again, this is just an idea and a suggestion to attract new users, be generous and have targeted advertising.
For me, each tweet will be 10% of the total amount collected, which is a good incentive and earns me money, and I can also be useful as a member of the community.


If you agree with the start of this campaign, I will leave the wallet address here to collect the cost. Support it whenever it reaches an acceptable amount, for example a few dollars, I will tweet with the same amount

This is also my Twitter address for sending messages or talking more
https://twitter.com/lovelife1371


biblepay address for take campaign Give

BDVGp4pUd67deH2ZxGBgAvSZk7SZofukV8


Once again, 90% will be sent to the winner or winners who are selected with the software and everything will be recorded transparently.

I tried once, but because there was no prize, it was not very well received. I hope that with your help, the community, I can form a continuous and useful campaign.

Also at the end of your article another suggestion for dear Rob
Why not register the biblepay coin in the Tip app and exchange of cctip.io
It costs one dollar and has several hundred thousand active users. I am one of its users

Thank you for all your support and I am happy to work in a Christian community to make the earth a better place.
Donate some biblepay for me thanks:

BEMmyjm8uALt2DerseMQB96ZDChjrEX12A