Bitcoin Fax

Send a fax to anywhere from the web, pay with Bitcoin

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simeMaker@simonmales · Builder, Bitcoin Fax
Supporting the Bitcoin economy by helping those who still need to send faxes from time to time.
Pieter WalravenHunter@pieterpaul · Founder & Product @ Pie -
@simonmales love this idea, very original! Trick question for you: how many bitcoin users do you estimate use a fax or vice versa? This might be a great product for Deep Web super private - and highly illegal - transaction related comms? :D
simeMaker@simonmales · Builder, Bitcoin Fax
I read a report recently that estimated almost 100% Japanese businesses still use and maintain a fax. So to narrow your question down I would say potentially 100% of Japanese Bitcoiners :) Globally the use would be much smaller. Regular fax use I estimate at about 5% of Bitcoiners. Occasional use (1-3 times a year) I would expect 15%.
Élie Slama@elieslama · Freelance Web Developer & Designer
@simonmales Crazy bet, but that 100% number should be a nice market :)
simeMaker@simonmales · Builder, Bitcoin Fax
@elieslama Multilingual Bitcoin Fax is definitely planned. And by multi I mean dual to begin with :)
Blaine Hatab@blainehatab · Co-founder, Open Minded Innovations
@simonmales 100% of fax usage is the most ridiculous and hilarious statistic.
simeMaker@simonmales · Builder, Bitcoin Fax
@blainehatab Anything with a smiling emoji should be taken less seriously! Just trying to highlight that if there was a single market to focus on, it would be the Japanese market.
Pieter WalravenHunter@pieterpaul · Founder & Product @ Pie -
Blending the past with the future!
Eric Posen@goeric · Co-Founder & VP of Product at Naritiv
Cool concept, but how is this competitive to freemium faxing services?
simeMaker@simonmales · Builder, Bitcoin Fax
The freemium services were brought to my attention whilst building this and active Bitcoiners have mentioned them too with mixed feelings. Most have had a negative experience with them, but competing with free is hard. I believe by reducing the friction of no sign up helps and that a single fax can cost a matter of cents.