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Yes to both. The rate a guest will pay is the amount you set on the calendar, so you will pay b.c commission from this amount.
So you set €100, guest sees this as your rate and pays €100, you pay b.c commission from this.
If your agreement is like mine and they collect the money for you:
€100 paid by guest to b.c. In the month after guest stays, I receive (€100 - commission) from b.c
(before payout they send an invoice for commission, they deduct it from the gross amount then pay me the balance, I don't take action on this invoice, it is a paper trail for accounting).
I hope that gives help and not additional confusion : )