• 2-Factor-Authentication (2FA)

    Two Factor Authentication (2FA) is an additional layer of security where the user provides two different authentication factors to verify themselves. This is often used to protect the user's credentials and any resources the user is trying to access (such as the Paxful platform). Only the user can access their specific 2FA alert, and these alerts are sent as an SMS to the user’s phone or Google Authenticator (GA).

  • Affiliate Program ng Paxful

    Ang awtomatikong elektronikong programa na sangkot ang web advertiser at na-recruit na mga webmaster. Ang ugnayan kung saan binabayaran ka ng negosyante (ang “affiliate”) para sa mga link mula sa site mo patungo sa kanyang site. Ang kaanib ay karaniwang binabayaran kapag ang aktuwal na bentahan ay isinagawa ng negosyante bilang resulta ng iyong link. Ang Paxful Affiliate Program ay mabilis na paraan para gumawa ng ilang kumita ng karagdagang pera sa pamamagitan ng pagbabahagi ng platform sa mga kaibigan, pamilya, at kahit mga follower.

  • Alok

    On Paxful, offers are specific trade proposals that are split into two types: Buy offers and Sell offers. These proposals have offer options that include fixed currency rates (USD, Euro, etc), cryptocurrency exchange rates, and many different payment methods. 

    Buy offer: This is a trade proposal created by users who are trying to buy cryptocurrency in exchange for a different payment method (i.e. gift cards, fixed currencies). Payment methods are set by the buyer in this instance. Users can find buy offers here.

    Sell offer:  This is a trade proposal created by users who are trying to sell cryptocurrency in exchange for a payment method set in the offer. Users can find sell offers here.

    Who can create an offer?

    An offer can be created by any user. It is important to note that some of the offers require a bond, a minimum balance in your Paxful wallet or KYC.

    Why create an offer?

    You can trade on Paxful by searching for existing offers. But in this case, you depend on the terms of others. Creating your own offer gives an option to set your own terms, trade partner-related requirements, and create a flow of trades.

     

  • Anti-money Laundering (AML)

    AML refers to a set of laws, regulations, and procedures intended to prevent people from disguising illegally obtained funds as legitimate income. Paxful takes AML protocol seriously, and we abide by all laws, regulations, and procedures.

  • Bitcoin (BTC)

    ang uri ng digital currency kung saan ang mga paraan ng encryption ay ginagamit upang pangasiwaan ang paggawa ng mga yunit ng currency at beripikahin ang transfer ng mga pondo, na independyenteng pinatatakbo ng central bank.

  • Bitcoin wallet address

    A set of letters and numbers which Bitcoin can be sent to and from. A Bitcoin address can be shared publicly, and like sending a message to an email address, a Bitcoin address can be provided to others that wish to send you Bitcoin.

    Here is an example of a Bitcoin wallet address:
    3F1tAaz5x1HUXrCNLbtMDqcw6o12Nn4xqX
    A wallet address can also be presented as a QR code.

  • Block chain, blockchain


    The Bitcoin block chain is a public record of all Bitcoin transactions. You might also hear the term used as a “public ledger.” The block chain shows every single record of bitcoin transactions in order, dating back to the very first one. The entire block chain can be downloaded and openly reviewed by anyone, or you can use a block explorer to review the block chain online.

  • Coin locking

    Coin Locking or a coinlock is when a buyer holds onto a seller's cryptocurrency in a trade escrow without an intention to make payment and complete the trade. This is a common case of cryptocurrency fraud.

  • Cold Wallet

    A cold wallet is a Bitcoin wallet that is in cold storage. It is considered hardware that is not connected to the internet. When you are not connected to the internet, your Paxful wallet becomes a cold wallet.

  • Cryptocurrency


    Cryptocurrency or digital currency is a type of currency that uses cryptography instead of a central bank to provide security and verify transactions. Bitcoin is the first developed cryptocurrency.

  • Dashboard

    Your Paxful Dashboard is your hub for all your cryptocurrency trading needs. Ito ang personalisado mong tool para sa pag-access ng lahat ng impormasyong kailangan mo. There are 4 different types of dashboards on the Paxful website: Classic, Vendor, Merchant, and Affiliate Dashboard.

    Classic Dashboard: This is the default dashboard where you will see your active trades and shortcuts for buying and selling cryptocurrency. On this dashboard, you can also create and edit your offers, see your past trades, see the overview of your affiliates, and account activity. 

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    Vendor Dashboard: On this dashboard, you can see your active trades, an overview of your affiliates, your sales charts, offer stats, feature requests, and canceled trade survey results.  You can create and edit offers here.

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    Merchant Dashboard: This dashboard exclusively applies to users who are using the “Pay with Paxful” feature. The Merchant Dashboard is where merchants can see their sales for the last 28 days.

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    Affiliate Dashboard:
    This is the dashboard to track your affiliates and your affiliate commissions from the Paxful Affiliate Program. You can find your affiliate link on this dashboard to share it with your network. On the affiliate dashboard, you can create unique trackable links in the ‘Track ID’ section.

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  • Dispute


    Ang dispute ay ang pagtatalo o hindi pagkakasundo sa pagitan ng mga tao o grupo. Kapaki-pakinabang ang dispute sa Paxful kapag hindi nangyari ang trade tulad ng plinano. Kung magkaroon ng hindi pagkakaunawaan, maling impormasyon, o hindi pagkakasundo o anumang iba pang kontrobersya sa pagitan ng mga partido. Kapag nagsimula ang dispute, mamamagitan ang moderator upang tumulong na ayusin ang trade.

  • Escrow Fee


    Sinasaklaw ng singil sa escrow ang halaga para sa serbisyo ng escrow na ibinibigay.

  • ETH or Ethereum

    ETH or Ethereum is an open software platform based on blockchain technology that enables developers to build and deploy decentralized applications. Like Bitcoin, Ethereum is a distributed public blockchain network. the Ethereum blockchain focuses on running the programming code of any decentralized application. In the Ethereum blockchain, instead of mining for bitcoin, miners work to earn Ether, a type of crypto token that fuels the network.

  • Fiat


    Ang fiat o fiat na pera ay currency na dineklara ng pamahalaan na ligal na alok, subalit hindi ito tinutustusan ng pisikal na kalakal. Ang halaga ng fiat na pera ay nagmula sa ugnayan sa pagitan ng supply at demand sa halip na halaga ng materyal kung saan isinasagawa ang pera. Ang fiat na pera lang ay may halaga dahil ang pamahalaan ay nagpapanatili ng halaga nito, o dahil ang dalawang partido ay sumangayon sa nasabing halaga. Ang perang fiat ay unang ipinakilala bilang kapatid ng kalakal na tinutustusan ng pera.

  • Google authenticator (GA)

    Ang Google Authenticator ay isang mobile application na nagpapatupad ng dalawang hakbang na mga serbisyo ng beripikasyon gamit ang one-time password algorithm batay sa oras at one-time na password algorithm batay sa HMAC para patunayan ang mga user ng mga mobile application ng Google.

    Nagbibigay ang Authenticator ng anim hanggang walong digit na one-time password na kailangang ibigay ng mga user bilang karagdagan sa kanilang username at password para mag-log sa mga serbisyo ng Google o ibang site. Makakabuo rin ng mga code ang Authenticator para sa mga third-party application, gaya ng tagapamahala sa password o file para sa mga serbisyong pagho-host. Ang mga dating bersyon ng software ay open-source ngunit ang kasunod na ilalabas ay pagmamay-ari.

  • Hash

    1) Ang natatanging pagkakakilanlan sa transaksyon ng Bitcoin.
    2) Ang matematikang paggana na isinasagawa ng mga miner ng Bitcoin sa mga block upang masiguro ang network.

  • Hot Wallet


    A hot wallet is a Bitcoin wallet that resides on a device that is connected to the internet. A wallet installed on a desktop computer or smartphone is usually a hot wallet.

  • Kumpirmasyon


    A confirmation means that the transaction has been verified by the network, through the process called mining. You receive a confirmation for sending out Bitcoin. Once a transaction is confirmed, it cannot be reversed or double spent.

  • Ledyer


    Ang pisikal at elektronikong log book ay naglalaman ng listahan ng mga transaksyon at balanse na karaniwang kinapapalooban ng pinansiyal na account. Ang Bitcoin blockchain ay ang unang ipinamahagi, desentralisado, publikong ledger.

  • Margin

    Margin is an amount added on top of the cost price to get to the final selling price or the gross profit.

    It can be calculated in a fiat amount or in a percentage. A margin can be both positive and negative, and a negative margin means that you expect the buyer to pay for the item less than its cost price.

     

  • Mga tagubilin ng trade

    Trade instructions are specific and detailed requirements that appear when a trade begins. These are the requirements that are set when buyers pay sellers. Users should make the trade instructions as detailed as possible to avoid confusion during the trade process.

    This differs from offer terms, which are the terms that need to be established before a trade takes place. Offer terms can fall under trade instructions after trade begins.

  • Minero


    Ang computer o grupo ng mga computer na nagdadagdag ng bagong mga transaksyon para i-block at patunayan ang pag-block ay nilikha ng ibang mga miner. Kinokolekta ng mga miner ang bayarin sa transaksyon at ginagantimpalaan ng mga bagong bitcoin para sa kanilang mga serbisyo.

  • Offer Terms

    An offer term(s) is a short description of the requirements needed before a trade begins. In the offer term, buyers can describe additional information needed to complete the sale of the offer. An offer term often includes the buyer’s preferred payment method and a list of actions that the seller needs to complete to make the trade successful.

    Note: Offer terms must be in accordance with Paxful Terms of Service.

  • Pagmimina


    Ang Bitcoin mining ay ang proseso ng paggamit ng computer hardware upang gawin ang matematikang pagkalkula para sa Bitcoin network para kumpirmahin ang mga transaksyon. Miners collect transaction fees for the transactions they confirm and are awarded bitcoin for each block they verify.

  • Palitan


    An exchange or cryptocurrency exchange is a digital marketplace where traders can buy and sell crypto using different fiat currencies or altcoins. Cryptocurrency exchange platforms match buyers with sellers. Like a traditional stock exchange, traders can opt to buy and sell cryptocurrency by inputting either a market order or a limit order.

  • Pampublikong resibo

    A message proving that the traded Bitcoin has been received and the trading or transaction is successful.

  • Paxful Pay

    Paxful Pay is a button you can put on your personal webpage on any shopping cart or app that lets buyers pay without bank accounts or credit cards. Payments go through Paxful website which allows buyers to pay with their Paxful wallet balance or by using one of the available payment methods.

  • Peer-to-Peer


    Peer-to-Peer is a type of network where participants communicate directly with each other rather than through a centralized server. The Bitcoin network is a peer-to-peer network.

  • Pinagkakatiwalaan/Naka-block

    Trusting users is a good way to stay connected with buyers/sellers that you've had good experiences with. Their offers will then be prioritized on the offer page. Blocking users is a good way to stay away from buyers/sellers you’ve had bad experiences with. If you’re selling cryptocurrency, your offers won’t be shown to them. If you’re buying cryptocurrency, you won’t be able to see their offers.