User talk:Drunk Aya/Donations

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Begin Review Process[edit]

Begin the review process for the donations page here.

The Stewards of the Wiki will have my access information in the event of problems, typically of the "hit by the bus" kind.Drunk Aya (talk) 19:42, 26 April 2013 (UTC)

Oop its live[edit]

Oh well lol that'll work too, love you all. Drunk Aya (talk) 13:06, 14 May 2013 (UTC)

BITCOIN CASH OUT POLICIES[edit]

All:

With the recent rise of Bitcoin's value in the world, the U.S.'s approval for use as a currency, and geopolitical acceptance of Bitcoin at large, it is time for me to ask for the staff and wiki community to know what to do with the virtual currency. Currently the financial policy is half-hold, half sell, due to a 4 month lead time we now have with the wiki.

The following is the current revenues for 2013 as of posting:

* $309 USD from WePay and PayPal Sources
* 2.545 BTC from Bitcoin Donations
* 0 LTC from Litecoin Donations (5 LTC held initially)

If the 2.545 BTC were held the entire time, that would have theoretically given us approximately $2000 as of current posting (valuation at $800/BTC.) However, at the time we sold some Bitcoin, the valuation was approximately $90-$110, and the most recent sell was $350. I am currently working with a conservative policy of half-hold/half-sell, enough to keep us afloat, but the recent rise has given us 4 months of lead time.

I would like to ask the community the following question:

What should we do with Bitcoin donations? The following are noted:

* Sell as soon as received (real conservative)
* Half sell/half save as received (conservative)
* Hold ALL Bitcoin donations (aggressive)
* CONVERT some USD to attempt to invest (I'll put this out there but I don't want to do that)

Please reply below on this talk page here.

--Drunk Aya (talk) 01:45, 19 November 2013 (UTC)

Have you thought about selling most (up to 80%) of the donations and save the remainder? That's a good midway point between being conservative and being a lot more conservative. DeltaSierra4 (talk) 16:20, 21 November 2013 (UTC)