Devaka Cooray

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Devaka started programming with Pascal and BASIC languages when he was 13, and he has been coding with Java since 2003. Devaka got his bachelor's in computer science from the University of Moratuwa, and currently holds SCJP, SCWCD, and SCBCD certifications. He is mostly known as the author of ExamLab , which is a popular exam simulator for SCJP certification.
When he is not wrangling with his JavaEE and enterprise projects, he likes to play with sneaky web application security stuff.
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And I just made some changes to optimize around this. Please tell me if it's working?
The whole view/weidget thing is a desktop feature, which has never been optimized for mobile view.

However, that page would appear without issue on a mobile device if....

A) Your browser / device has sufficient horizontal width, and
B) Titles of threads in the list are not too long.

So, even if there is a single thread with a long title, it can break this view on a mobile device.
Were you logged in to permies on the browser where you clicked the buy button on?
The "Buy Now for $89.50" button is not working.

Images can do better with alt attributes.

Technically, you can still pay with XMR from your Exodus wallet (or any other wallet) right now. Just select Monero on the checkout page, and send Monero to the address it shows. Coinbase would still act as a middleman, but that's at our side - you don't have to have a coinbase account or anything.

paul wheaton wrote:Does this mean we need to explore a different crypto network to get costs lower and for transactions to be faster?


I think coinbase supports all the major networks. And its up to the sender's wallet / service to determine this price. If you own the private key, and use your own software wallet like electrum, or a hardware wallet like ledger, you can even set the price you wish to pay. The higher the price the faster the payment goes through.

Trevor Peck wrote:It did let me send USDC. There was a fee, it was 9.16 cents, which is crazy high on a one dollar send... but I think it might be a flat fee.


Afaik, coinbase doesn't charge you a fee for this sorta payment. What you have been charged sounds like the gas fee on the etherum network.

The etherum gas gwei changes all the time. When you pay with USDC (or any other etherum token), you might want to check the current gas fees first:
https://etherscan.io/gastracker
All the pages work fine for me on chromium / linux mint.
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