This will sound dumb, but-- Bitcoin
Can't find this anywhere, so it must be a really dumb question. If I want to buy something for 145 in US dollars, but pay for it in Bitcoin, I go into Bitcoin and find out I can get only get 129 worth for my $145. So when the order form says something is "145 us dollars," does it really mean "175 or however much they charge you to buy 145 in Bitcoins?"
All confused, because if the order form says 145, and it costs you 175, isn't the price really 175? Or is it perfectly logical because of bitcoin fluctuating that any dummy would know you really pay more, and this is a dumb question?
I'm in the midst of buying now, so if anyone has a minute to tell me "Yes, it's however much 145 costs you at Bitcoin, so
don't count on it being 145 in the long run," I'll understand and go on with my business. Thanks