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Bitcoin - The Currency of the Internet
A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
GPU Mining - Where GPU Miners Discover the Best GPU Mining Hardware
gpuminer is a Reddit community dedicated to GPU mining of digital currencies also known as alt coins. Discover the current best mining hardware, mining software and hash rate settings to get the most out of your GPU mining rigs. We cover Ethereum mining as well as other crypto currencies including: Dash, Monero, Decred, Zcash, and Library Coin.
Could Bitcoin practically replace the fiat money of one single country? Mental experiment
Lets take for example some compact, advanced, developed country, economy of which mostly relies on services(non industrial, non manufacture & etc, like retail, insurance, banking and small businesses peope2people) that would be Baltic country ESTONIA. So imagine that we are reform Ministry of Finances(or whatever it called in there) and Central Bank(if one does exist beside EU Central Bank), replace Euro with Bitcoin, complete liberalization of the market, no regulations from any department what so ever(usually Central Bank supports national currency one way or another), meaning that the only official currency in whole country is Bitcoin, people pay taxes in it, uses as a daily coffee payment method and fill up their cars for BTC(We don't talk about either it should or shouldn't be in a mempool here). Would that be a sustainable self-relying system at all? What flaws do you see except volatile price of BTC(though all the prices gonna be in BTC, so regular citizen could not bother and by his regular groceries for 0,004887108 BTC everyday).
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If you want to give Bitcoin a try for the first time or want somewhere to test out your trading strategies then we've made this site for you. There's no real money involved at all. Here you can buy and sell Bitcoin in the same way that you would on real exchanges. We have functionality for MtGox and Bitstamp with plans to add in more exchanges if there is enough interest. Using this site is 100% free with no plans to change that. Feedback is greatly appreciated! https://www.bitsim.net
Tell me if this could have any play in contributing with the price downturn or if this is usual practice. I trade on Bittrex and actively watched the events unfold last night as they happened, but noticed a very peculiar trend in particular. I went to the last page of the bids on the order sheet. After awhile what I saw is that some huge traders were non stop putting in bids from anywhere of $200,000 worth of BTC all the way up to $600,000 for super cheap like 3200 each or less. They would continue this game non stop having their bids disappear right away and are still doing it, I just checked. Does that have any play in affecting the price or trading volume?? Or is there a reason they would be doing this so quick, even though their sales wouldn't go through?
Libertarian video-blogger Amanda Billyrock makes a video about PureVPN's (now formerly) hypocritical Bitcoin practices, and she gets them to give her a full refund and change their policy within two days - (2 short videos) -
Not too sure if this is the right sub but - Just to let you guys know if you make an order via Bitcoin on takeaway.com and for some reason the order is cancelled(e.g the restaurant is closed/can't be contacted) ...takeaway.com WILL NOT give you your coins back, instead they ask for an IBAN number to refund the amount into a bank account. Am I alone in feeling this is a disgusting practice?
Franky and me are making an educational Bitcoin Cash YouTube series called: "So Franky, what do you know about Bitcoin?". Practical usage of tippr bot, yours.org, bitcoin.com APP, Electron Cash, ntrust.com. reddit/r/btc ... and much much more check it out! Now even your mother will get it.
Questions about Bitcoin practicality & usefulness.
First, I'd like to start off by saying that these questions are asked in good faith. I am a Bitcoin-skeptic, so to say, but I'm not trolling or shitposting here. I just have a few questions that I haven't seen great answers to online. 1) How will the risks posed to the network by mining pool consolidation be mitigated? Should they be? 2) Will scaling issues be fixed to a degree that transactions are affordable, reliable, and quick? Will BTC be successful without such fixes? 3) Are there reasonable methods to determine a fair value for BTC with these fixes? Without these fixes? What are they?
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