I really do not understand why complicate things.
The amount you purchase via topup should be the credit you receive.
Please give me one reason why processing fees should be excluded if payment is made via account balance?
We've already integrated Bitpay which handles Bitcoin payments.
If you guys have any other suggestions, feel free to post in comments.
We can certainly implement and option enable/disable public viewing of the "Seller Instructions"
What do you guys think would be a better option:
a) Create such option in admin settings
b) Create an option on post/edit job page where sellers can choose whether to make the seller instructions publicly available or after the payment has been secured.
I think I am leaning more towards option B, but I'd be interested to hear your thoughts.
I think it would not be a wise idea to show instructions before the payment is secured for the following 2 reasons:
1. In some cases seller's instructions are private/confidential information intended for paying clients only, and making them available to public by default would breach that confidentiality.
2. If particular seller feels that certain information should be displayed before the purchase, they can write such information in the job description, which by default is publicly available.
Having said the above, I think we already have a good balance when it comes to options available to sellers whether to display certain information publicly or privately.
I would however like to hear your arguments in case you disagree with me.
This doesn't help much, Steve :)
Please explain what kind of filters are you referring to.
I assume you are referring to an automatic translation service such as google translate?
Hey Steve, thanks for your comment.
Can you please elaborate on the "allow us to customize multiple badges". What sort of customization are you looking for? Furthermore, just to make sure we are on the same page, you are referring to "badges" and not "seller level icons", because these can be customized.
Looking forward to your reply.