Direct blockchain transaction from Wallet to Wallet
You could use any Bitcoin Wallet so send tips
(Mobile, Web-based, or classic Desktop Bitcoin Core Wallet)
Anonymous internet users could also send tips.
However, we would suggest you to login before
sending tips so you could grow your reputation by tipping
Tips go directly from your wallet to the other users
personal wallet. We at BitExperts only display a
destination Bitcoin Address provided to us by user
in their Profile.
BitExperts does not (and cannot) take
any commissions from your tips, unless you
want to tip is directly in a separate transaction (thank you!)
BitExperts monitors Bitcoin Blockchain so we
could actually see your transaction there, and so we
could change a tip STATUS in our database (and also update your reputation score).
Please see the STATUSES explained on the left
How much to tip?
You should only send tips when you
have that genuine feeling of gratitude and
sending tips (even if small) feels like a right thing to do!
We think that the user who would
receive your tip would appreciate any amount -
whether it is $0.05 or $5. This amount could be totally
different if you would ask people in the different parts of the world
From Alex - As typical North American corporate programmer, here is what I would tip:
$0.50 - if the answer was just a reference to
somebody else’s (correct and useful) answer
$1 to $5 - if the question was medium difficulty,
and the person put in their own answer / a bit of their own time
$5 to … ??? - if the question is difficult,
and the person gave brilliant answer, and
even answered follow up questions - I would
definitely tip double digit dollars (I’ve actually tipped
$25 to a Bitcoin dev who answered my very specific question)
$0 - not all answers deserve tips, and 0 is perfectly fine