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Thread: SWGEmu half-year financial report (second half of 2013)

  1. #106
    Sweet thanks Vlada. I'm new and still getting familiar with how the emu works but if you could find out the answer on donations I'll send you guys some cash to work with. Send me a message when you can answer. I just don't want the IRS knocking my door in at 2am

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelian View Post
    Sweet thanks Vlada. I'm new and still getting familiar with how the emu works but if you could find out the answer on donations I'll send you guys some cash to work with. Send me a message when you can answer. I just don't want the IRS knocking my door in at 2am
    If they do just say your harddrive crashed.

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  4. #109
    Hahahaha why didn't I think of that. Where am I getting the money? I'd show you but my hard drive crashed and deleted all my emails from the interwebs too...

  5. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by Vlada View Post
    People dont seem to understand that we as individuals cant accept money. SWGEmu is a NPO and as such is regulated by certain laws.

    You can not donate money to a NPO aka SWGEmu if you dont do it through an institution recognized by law aka banks or paypal. If we exclude one or the other, to whom would you be donating money or cryptocurrency? SWGEmu is not a person, you cant put money in its pockets, its an organization, organisation that by law has to keep books and by law has to keep its money in a bank or a similar monetary organization recognized by law, in our case Paypal. Giving money to one of our staff members wouldn't be the same as giving it to SWGEmu, it wouldn't even be considered donating. So excluding banks or paypal from the donation process is not only unwise, it more than likely illegal.
    https://coinbase.com/docs/merchant_tools/payouts

    Coinbase can do instant bank transfers in local currency its how Fiverr does all its bitcoin to cash transfers, don't see how using this method would be a problem legally speaking.

  6. #111
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    Nice to see some transparency in your financials.
    Donation made.
    Keep up the great work!

  7. #112
    Just set up a 10 monthly recurring donation, which will be about $17 to you guys, at least till i get paid
    This is a massive childhood game of mine as i'm currently 21 and grew up with this and just want it to stay!

  8. #113
    Recurring donation set up :-) now to win the lottery......

  9. #114
    Donation made! Keep up the awesome work!

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    Well, since I'm back - I figured I might as well donate

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