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Theory of Bitcoin

Theory of Bitcoin is a mildly navel-gazing space for inquiring into what makes Bitcoin work as a currency, why it's a better currency than the others, and what we in a community can do to help make it better.
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Bitcoin reborn as LiteBitcoin

Welcome! This is an official subreddit for the Litebitcoin. Created and managed by the current Moderators (Litebitcoin) (RomanPetrush) & (LitebitcoinMooning) and will be looking for new applicants for more moderators.
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The history of crypto pre Bitcoin. This is a fun read and also shows how Bitcoin really did change what a digital currency was and is.

The history of crypto pre Bitcoin. This is a fun read and also shows how Bitcoin really did change what a digital currency was and is. submitted by Craysco to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

What is the difference between Bitcoin Cash and fiat currency like USD or PHP

What is the difference between Bitcoin Cash and fiat currency like USD or PHP submitted by Telesfor_1 to btc [link] [comments]

The history of crypto pre Bitcoin. This is a fun read and also shows how Bitcoin really did change what a digital currency was and is. (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency)

The history of crypto pre Bitcoin. This is a fun read and also shows how Bitcoin really did change what a digital currency was and is. (x-post from /Cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

What today's landmark Federal Reserve speech means for money: As the dollar is devalued, Bitcoin will shine as a hedge against inflation and alternative reserve currency.

What today's landmark Federal Reserve speech means for money: As the dollar is devalued, Bitcoin will shine as a hedge against inflation and alternative reserve currency. submitted by heist95 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Hardware wallets: what will happen if the manufacturer of the wallet dries up? Is my Trezor useless if the company fails? What happens to currency stored in it? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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What is going to take for Bitcoin to be the worldwide currency?

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What is an actual, reasonable, and informed perspective on the likelihood and nature of America making Bitcoin, and crypto-currency in general, illegal?

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Bitcoin as of recent ruling a few months ago is now considered 100% legal/valid/acceptable currency in Canada. True or False? If true, what is the ruling, and where can I find it? TIA

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This has been on my mind for little bit. What is the socialist view of crypto currency? Like bitcoin? Im looking for any thoughts and opinions.

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What today's landmark Federal Reserve speech means for money: As the dollar is devalued, Bitcoin will shine as a hedge against inflation and alternative reserve currency. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

What today's landmark Federal Reserve speech means for money: As the dollar is devalued, Bitcoin will shine as a hedge against inflation and alternative reserve currency. (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Cryptopia film makes for an engaging journey for the Bitcoin curious that is every bit as entertaining as it is educational. This documentary film attempts to explain what makes Bitcoin so special as a new digital currency. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Cryptopia film makes for an engaging journey for the Bitcoin curious that is every bit as entertaining as it is educational. This documentary film attempts to explain what makes Bitcoin so special as a new digital currency.

https://cryptomarketeer.com/cryptopia-film-review/
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The Bitcoin blockchain size is 253GB now, what does this mean when cryptocurrency in general become mainstream, replacing traditional currency?

I unknowingly kept the blockchain on my computer the whole time, until realizing it today and deleted it, freeing half the size of one of my hard drives.
This makes me think of what it means for the future. Crypto is not mainstream at all, but suppose that in 5 years it replaces traditional currency in some countries, the amount of transactions will skyrocket. An average person will not longer have the resources to either check the blockchain, or store it locally.
Would it defeat the purpose that people will have to trust a few "centralized" 3rd parties to store and validate the blockchain? I think those parties are highly likely to be owned or controlled by governments. Would they just become "banks" like today?
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I’m new and wondering what the best way to bitcoin is and the best wallets and how to transfer that to other currency’s like Xmr(I just downloaded Cake Wallet)

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I am new to the bitcoin world. I have a little currency in mycelium wallet, but the purchase I'm trying to make is LITERALLY 0.00001 more than I have. I want to add to it, but there is a $45 min to buy, but I only have $20... What can I do?

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The Bitcoin blockchain size is 253GB now, what does this mean when cryptocurrency in general become mainstream, replacing traditional currency?

I unknowingly kept the blockchain on my computer the whole time, until realizing it today and deleted it, freeing half the size of one of my hard drives.
This makes me think of what it means for the future. Crypto is not mainstream at all, but suppose that in 5 years it replaces traditional currency in some countries, the amount of transactions will skyrocket. An average person will not longer have the resources to either check the blockchain, or store it locally.
Would it defeat the purpose that people will have to trust a few "centralized" 3rd parties to store and validate the blockchain? I think those parties are highly likely to be owned or controlled by governments. Would they just become "banks" like today?
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In a world where Bitcoin is the currency, and a pandemic happens, the stock market crumbles, and we need the equivalent of $2 trillion dollars, what do we do?

Not saying that creating $2 trillion is a good idea, I am very against it.
But the world would want to function the same (I guess) hence this hypothetical scenario.
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US $ reserve currency in the world status is in Risk. what it is mean for the bitcoin for all this

US $ reserve currency in the world status is in Risk. what it is mean for the bitcoin for all this submitted by eventica to Crypto_Currency_News [link] [comments]

What Is Bitcoin’s Halving And How Will It Affect The Digital Currency

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US $ reserve currency in the world status is in Risk. what it is mean for the bitcoin for all this

US $ reserve currency in the world status is in Risk. what it is mean for the bitcoin for all this submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Let's have a clear and open discuss on what makes some people believe bitcoin is a currency and others say it can never be a currency. What defines a currency? What would make it so that the next time I google search bitcoins price it isn't measured in USD, it is measured in satoshis.

Will USD always be around in fiat form. What about a USD coin actually backed by the federal reserve. What makes currency anyway? Imagine we drop fiat and just use digital tokens. It makes sense to always have a type of card where said digital currency is stored. Instead of $1000 USD in fiat in a visa well we have $1000 in USD coin in visa. No one uses fiat anymore. This could be a reality. Not sure why as I skim this subreddit I see a lot of hatred towards crypto. I am not sure if they are trolls or from investing lol . The point is the zeitgeist and even the overton window will most definitely shift post COVID-19. Banks are empty and not many people are using fiat because of the crisis going on. To make the case that banks keep our USD crypto is also laughable. Essentially there would be no need for them. With everyone having their own wallet. The idea won't fly though as hey Mr. 60 year old with dementia just lost 40k in USD retirement because he lost his crypto key. Overcome that little obstacle and even the haters of crypto would come around. SO, maybe banks should stick around then huh? Keep our keys safe. Wouldn't that work against what crypto is supposed to be about? This is far too complicated for even top economists to answer huh. I end with what I started. I believe we are moving towards a digital age. We shall see where things go from here.
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i want to get into trading/investing in crpyto currency and bitcoin, is coinbase the best place to get started for a 'beginner, what else would yall reccomend?'

is this a good time or bad time to get into it or is there ever a good or bad time?
what else would yall recommend?
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