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I made a next-level e-commerce platform

offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-03-25 14:34 [#02516329]
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Yo, mangz and mangettez. So I've been working with a
programmer for awhile to develop some next-level things to
help humanity, and this is our most recent project that has
finally hit version 1.0:


Simple tool to sell yo tangz, no contracts, no upfront
costs, Earth-level most affordable fees of all time
(automatic deduction and instant payout for sales), quick
and easy, create an item and propagate your networks, with
no ties to brands that aren't the self. Currently we only
support USD, so there is that, and the current price limit
is $1,000, so there is also that.

There are many refinements and additions we'll be working on
over the months, but I'm very happy with the version 1.0
release. It took many moons of sweat and meditation. I
hope it helps you sell items with ease, and for those of you
who sell on multiple platforms, I hope BLISST becomes an
asset to your various tools.

Feel free to give any feedback here, or if you e-mail BLISST
Support, know that that shit actually goes to me personally.
I appreciate any feedback on BLISST! Thank you~~~

Much love~~~



offline AMPI MAX from United Kingdom on 2017-03-27 04:02 [#02516444]
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seems cool nice one


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-03-27 05:12 [#02516445]
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Thank you. May the power be with you.


offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-03-27 09:03 [#02516448]
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well done, nice project, hope it goes well for you


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-03-27 10:02 [#02516449]
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Thaaank you~~~! GBP support will come soon...


offline ijonspeches from 109P/Swift-Tuttle on 2017-03-27 10:32 [#02516450]
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nice, stripe also accepts SEPA,
so Europeans wont need a credit card to pay :)


offline freqy on 2017-03-27 12:05 [#02516453]
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you should put a comparison of ebay and paypal fee vs your

so example


if you sell a computer for £200 you get a total:

= £195 with blisst +stripe paypment
= £183 with ebay + papyal payment

or somthing. so people know ebay are beastly to sellers


offline freqy on 2017-03-27 12:08 [#02516454]
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Why cant i just browse the site to buy things now!
why i have to sign up to see things.


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-03-27 13:36 [#02516459]
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Thanks for the input freqy! With BLISST it'd be £190 total
(all fees inclusive). One reason why there is no direct
comparison of fees, is because the focus is more on the
paradigm of having a platform independent seller space, so
in that sense, I don't see it as competition to other
platforms-- I see it as something new (as well as a
supplement to other platforms). Your input IS a good idea,
though, and I've noted it. Being the most affordable
e-commerce platform will sell itself on that feature alone,
but you're correct- it might help to be more direct about

And the reason why you can't browse/search currently, is
because we're refining the seller side at the moment. There
is quite an amazing buyer feature that will be up in the
coming weeks (!), though- I will update here. Thanks again,


offline freqy on 2017-03-27 16:48 [#02516461]
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cool Ilike the idea that it is something new.

i like ebay, to buy things, but the seller side can be
painful. all the fees:

ebay listing and other schedual and reserve and fixed price
fees,final sale fee, the paypal fees. the postage fees.

at the end if you sell a car, your left with a 1 pence!!
and it costs 20p to call the guy to pick the car up.

i'm over exaggerating , but you know...its hard to
calculate all the costs.

its the sellers that suffer the most.

peace : p


offline w M w from London (United Kingdom) on 2017-03-29 07:36 [#02516672]
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Congratulations. I like the pie girl picture. It makes me
hungry for pie, yet leery due to the snake. The first mover
advantage and artificial anti free market state selected
winner corporatocracy of existing entrenched megapowerful
players makes it very difficult for a new competitor to
amass enough buyers and sellers to have a useful network
effect. I bought a stupid raspberry pi and was gonna install
openbazaar. It's just sitting on my desk because I kind of
suspect there will be zero sales even there.


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-03-29 09:22 [#02516677]
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Luckily for me, I am Ultra.


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-03-29 09:22 [#02516678]
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Also, thank you!!! :-)


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-03-29 10:23 [#02516679]
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Speaking of which, if you have things to sell and post them
on blisst, you will become a cosmic soldier of new paradigms
of e-commerce (please feel free to give feedback if you do
use it). We can change the world together, myaaan... It
seems crazy, but one must believe that one will succeed, or
else all action becomes meaningless. After all, the biggest
hurdle to success in all aspects of life, is mastering the
self; what others perceive as challenges are irrelevant.


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-03-29 14:47 [#02516683]
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Early stages of embedding functionality...

There is also a Purchase button only version, which will be
implemented Friday or so (and a vertical, smaller than the
wide version). All are a way to convert any place to
e-commerce space (your homepage, in forums that support it,

Unfortunately, I can't type in the iframe code here to use
on your homepage, but... Still an early version, so the
dashboard has not been updated for this.

One step at a time..... :-)


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-04-05 10:21 [#02517350]
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blisst v1.01!Embedding now done! So now you can
easily put a purchase button or mini-one-item-shop on your
blog/homepage, without having to deal with hardcore coding
shit or shitty platforms! Power to the people!!!



offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-04-05 11:09 [#02517356]
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you have good aesthetic eye,


offline horsefactory from road (United Kingdom) on 2017-04-05 14:32 [#02517367]
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Good luck jnasato!

Tip: Ask your developer not to include the entire jQuery
library in the embed code, it adds 40KB to the page size and
you can do everything that code does without it, without JS
altogether in fact.


offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-04-05 14:52 [#02517373]
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also consult a solicitor so you dont run into any legal
issues if poss, wouldnt want you to be sued by a narky
customer, lots of litigious cretins out there


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-04-06 08:30 [#02517423]
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Thanks for the good vibez, yo~


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-04-06 08:38 [#02517424]
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btw, what that code does is determine if the thumbnail image
is vertical or horizontal, then places it accordingly--
however, yah, it can be done using background-image, but the
same code is just used that's used in the interface, which
was implemented that way with consideration for image

Hyperflake- yah, our terms are all right for the moment, I
believe (and thanks about the aesthetics, because good
services need to be conceptually cohesive in and out!)


offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-04-06 14:38 [#02517427]
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let us know how you get on, very good project,


offline SignedUpToLOL from London (United Kingdom) on 2017-04-06 16:09 [#02517428]
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I tested this service and it gave me a computer virus. The
Internet Ombudsman has been notified!


offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-04-06 16:20 [#02517431]
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he has been dispatched


offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-04-06 16:52 [#02517432]
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have you had anyone use it yet?


offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-04-06 18:10 [#02517433]
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one of my mates signed up when he saw it, he said he loved
your attitude


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-04-07 06:17 [#02517464]
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Thank you for sharing it~! I'm really happy to hear that!!!

It feels great knowing that people are getting it; vibe-wise
and conceptually.

As for users- yah, it's currently less than 20, nearing
second week of launch. We had our first actual sale within
the first week, which was an IDM-underground type zine
(speaking of which, I actually recommend it: SnareRush
, so I'm basically sharing/promoting at the moment (mostly
by actually using it and promoting my own items), as it's a pretty
good v1.01. I believe the most direct way to promote it is
to actually use it. That being said, I will contact a lot
of people directly to invite them, because energetically, I
believe it'd be great to have a solid base of people who are
creating/selling/promoting quality from the heart. So
whilst it's not geared towards solely artists, I have to
work within the worlds I know best.

ALSO, if anybody here has used Blisst and has ideas
for making Stripe signup more attractive for users who don't
already have an account, please let me know! Stripe is by
far the best way to distribute payments and receive payment
immediately, which is why we use it. We originally had
planned to let sellers choose between getting paid in Stripe
or PayPal, but PayPal has in recent years locked the API for
distributed payments, forcing people who do run such
services to be double/triple-dipped in fees.

Thanks, xlt~ Hey, if *ahem* someone is reading this: Blisst
would be a great service to use for selling 12 packs of

SignedUpToLOL That's the virus of love, baby~~~


offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-04-07 08:05 [#02517474]
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hope it takes off, good vibes all round


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-04-07 08:08 [#02517475]
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:-) Thank you.


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-05-01 12:38 [#02518739]
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So quite a few tweaks have been added in the past month, and
things are quite solid. AND NOW, from like 10 minutes ago,
you can test out BLISST without even signing up. Click "Test
run BLISST right now~", and give it a shot!

See what items are like, what editing and listing is like,
and how embeds look for converting any site into an
e-commerce site. It's compatible with every social network
and forum that accepts text (haha).


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-05-01 12:43 [#02518740]
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We will be launching the publicly viewable platform side
soon+++ (without having to know item links or
seller space links)

Much love~


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-05-19 09:45 [#02520043]
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Quick visual tut!

BLISST has a solid conceptual foundation, but if
anyone here has any features that they've always wanted in
an e-commerce tool/platform, lemme know. Besides free used
panties with every signup.


offline Hyperflake from Wirral (United Kingdom) on 2017-05-19 09:58 [#02520046]
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nice to see it come along,


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-06-01 07:07 [#02521267]
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BLISST v1.04

Updated with support for British Pounds and Japanese Yen!


offline Portnoy on 2017-06-01 12:50 [#02521288]
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Will you implement ZAR too? Jokes!

That iPhone 5 is tempting, good price, though not much of an
upgrade from my slow af 4.


offline jnasato from (Antarctica) on 2017-06-02 04:34 [#02521373]
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No international shipping on the phone, and also, carrier
locked! But yah also, if you have random goods to sell, try
out BLISST! Lemme know if there are any features that could
help out, etc.


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