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How can I use Monero to pay a Bitcoin accepting merchant?

Any business that accepts Bitcoin can be paid with XMR.to which automatically converts Monero from the buyer into Bitcoin that will promptly be sent to the Bitcoin merchant. Shapeshift.io offers a ...
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What is XMRdotTwo?

You are probably referring to XMR.to, a website that allows people to make anonymous payments to a Bitcoin address with Monero. XMR is the trading symbol for Monero, which is why the domain is ...
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Monero and warrant canary

I am not aware of any warrant canary existing at the moment. Monero (unlike ZCash and Dash) doesn't have any central authority - an organisation, that could receive the subpoena secret order or ...
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Is xmr.to fast enough for 15 minute time window on bitpay.com?

To add to expez's answer, BitPay should already stop the 15 minute countdown once it's found the broadcasted Bitcoin transaction. To my knowledge some services that use BitPay require confirmation(s)...
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Is xmr.to fast enough for 15 minute time window on bitpay.com?

IIRC xmr.to scans the memory pool, so they can send the transaction ASAP, without waiting for a block to be mined, so they're not going to be the bottleneck here. That being said, remember that ...
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Can xmr.to work without javascript?

The frontend has been updated recently and does not redirect to the no-javascript version automatically if you have javascript disabled. This is clearly a mistake and should be fixed soon. For the ...
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Monero to Bitcoin transaction XMR.TO

XMR.to has slightly lower exchange rates (usally around 1%) than the big exchanges, but even for small payments they cover all Bitcoin onchain transaction fees and their transactions usually will be ...
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What is the fee when using xmr.to service to send xmr to a bitcoin address?

XMR.TO admin here. I do not know where you saw that XMR.TO does not charge a fee in general, this is not true and to the best of my knowledge we never made such statements. However it is true we do ...
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Monero wallets with native xmr.to integration

There are currently no wallets with native XMR.to integration. This is, however, planned for the official GUI at some point in the future. EDIT 12/25/2017: Monerujo, a third-party Android wallet, ...
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What is XMRdotTwo?

XMR.to started as an instant, no-signup, non-KYC Monero to Bitcoin exchange but has since grown to include some more services, including: XMR -> BTC exchange Public nodes, including Testnet/Stagenet ...
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Privacy implications resulting from lack of xmr.to multiple output function

Your analysis is correct, however knowing that the transaction is one of the five transactions (in average) of a block will not help to identify your address as it will be one of the 5*7=35 addresses ...
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Privacy implications resulting from lack of xmr.to multiple output function

Let's say it is possible to guess the exact Monero transaction on the blockchain that resulted in the corresponding Bitcoin transaction. That would not constitute a significant privacy leak. No one ...
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