How To Use A Bitcoin Hardware Wallet - Ledger Nano S

Bitcoin Phoenix, Arizona - A place to network, trade and discuss

**A place to network with others in the Phoenix, Arizona area about bitcoin.** **( Phoenix, Glendale, Tempe, Mesa, Chandler etc. )** **Discuss bitcoin, trade and network with others.**
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Bitcoin Danmark

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BTC Tips for Fantasy Football Advice

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The Bitcoin Show episode 13, Stefan Thomas discusses WeUseCoins.com, BitcoinJS, deterministic wallets, and Webcoin (a browser-based bitcoin wallet, for smartphones)

The Bitcoin Show episode 13, Stefan Thomas discusses WeUseCoins.com, BitcoinJS, deterministic wallets, and Webcoin (a browser-based bitcoin wallet, for smartphones) submitted by SpaceBuxTon to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Comparing wallets

Are there any recent resources or posts comparing wallet options for beginners? I am looking for a list with a point of view, so I can pick one or two wallets to get started with Bitcoin. I want to know about things like platform-support, private key control, security (both trust and authentication), fee control, etc. I also want to know why people like or don't like certain wallets so I can better narrow things down.
I have found a few useful websites to get the ball rolling, but I would still appreciate a recent list as some either don't list as many wallets as I would like, or don't have enough data about them.
EDIT: (for my own reference)
I found an excellent analysis and spreadsheet comparison made by Veriphi that helped me make my final decision.
In the end, I chose to go with Blockstream Green (GreenAddress) for it's built-in 2FA and overall usability. I might also give Electrum a try since it also has a 2FA option through TrustedCoin and more features are supported. I also considered Bitcoin Wallet and Mycelium.
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[Giveaway] Free Bitcoin

Post a comment below and I'll give you some free bits. This offer never expires.
Feel free to share this post with your friends and crosspost it to other subreddits that might be interested :)
Brand new to bitcoin?
watch this short video: www.weusecoins.com
Subscribe to: /Bitcoin
More info and videos: Newbie friendly FAQ
Want some more bits?
visit www.trybtc.com - it's a short tutorial and at the end they will set you up with some bits in a coinbase wallet.
Where can I buy bitcoin?
www.coinbase.com
www.circle.com
Why are you giving away free bits?
I love bitcoin and I want to share some with you :)
What are bits?
Bitcoins can be divided into little tiny pieces - even smaller than bits. There are 1,000,000 bits in a bitcoin.
100 bits is currently worth about 4 cents (in USD)
Most people will receive more than 100 bits :)
Have more questions?
The friendly folks at /BitcoinBeginners will help you out
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Lluvia de bitcoins sobre /r/argentina

Hola a todos. Voy a estar tippeando bitcoins a todo el que lo pida en este thread hasta agotar mis fondos, no sean tímidos y posteen.
inb4 reset del contador
Edit: ChangeTip está medio saturado hoy así que puede que tarde en verificar los tips.
Edit 2: Santo patrono del thread (gracias romeroj)
Edit 3: Ya estamos llegando a los últimas moneditas (al menos de mi parte). Me voy a tomar un descanso y a la vuelta reparto lo que me queda.
Edit 4: Corto por hoy, ya se secó el pozo. A los que llegaron tarde: posteen igual, en una de esas alguien más se copa y les deja un tip.
Non-Argies coming from other subs to ask for free bitcoins: you're welcome here, but I'm giving priority to Argentines for now.
To all other bitcoiners helping out: thank you so much <3

Mini-FAQ:

¿Qué wallet recomendás?
Online:
  • Blockchain.info
  • GreenAddress.it - es un poco más avanzado pero también más robusto, lo recomiendo especialmente para gente que no le tiene miedo al vocabulario técnico
Win/Mac/Linux:
  • Electrum
  • Armory - más avanzado y robusto, pero también un poco más complicado
Smartphones:
  • Mycellium (Android)
  • Breadwallet (iOS) - no tengo un iPhone así que no lo probé, pero suele ser el que recomiendan
¿Dónde puedo gastar bitcoins?
En Argentina:
  • Coinmap.org es un mapa con una buena cantidad de lugares que aceptan bitcoin en Argentina.
  • EnBitcoins te deja pagar facturas con bitcoin. Funciona para casi todos los servicios comunes del país (luz, agua, gas, teléfono, cable, internet, tarjetas de crédito, etc). Lo usé varias veces y funciona muy bien.
  • Avalancha.com es un retailer online de electrónica y artículos del hogar (entre otras cosas) y aceptan bitcoins. Por lo que tengo entendido hacen delivery a todo el país, con excepción de Ushuaia.
  • Trifl es un delivery de comida que acepta bitcoin. Hasta donde sé solo operan dentro de CABA.
  • Bitcoin Taxi son dos taxistas en CABA que aceptan bitcoin (asegurate de tener buena conexión 3G si pensás pagar así).
Internet:
  • Humble Bundle
  • Fiverr es un mercado de servicios personalizados donde todo vale 5 USD de base, y aceptan bitcoin.
  • Reddit acepta bitcoins para comprar gold.
  • Namecheap.com acepta bitcoins para registrar dominios.
  • OkCupid, Grooveshark, Wordpress.com y muchos otros sitios de servicios aceptan bitcoin.
  • ChangeTip, si estás ganas de esparcir el amor. Podés dejar tips en Reddit, YouTube, Google+, Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook y otras redes.
  • Varias organizaciones sin fines de lucro y proyectos open source aceptan donaciones en bitcoin. Ejemplos: Wikimedia, Internet Archive, EFF.
El mundo:
  • Spendabit es un buscador de productos que se pueden comprar con bitcoin en el mundo.
¿Dónde puedo aprender más sobre Bitcoin?
No estoy al tanto de todas las guías de Bitcoin, así que no sé cuál es la mejor, pero WeUseCoins.com me parece bastante decente para empezar (no está disponible en castellano).
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The Great Bitcoin Bull Market Of 2017 by Trace Mayer

By: Trace Mayer, host of The Bitcoin Knowledge Podcast.
Originally posted here with images and Youtube videos.
I just got back from a two week vacation without Internet as I was scouring some archeological ruins. I hardly thought about Bitcoin at all because there were so many other interesting things and it would be there when I got back.
Jimmy Song suggested I do an article on the current state of Bitcoin. A great suggestion but he is really smart (he worked on Armory after all!) so I better be thorough and accurate!
Therefore, this article will be pretty lengthy and meticulous.
BACKGROUND
As I completely expected, the 2X movement from the New York Agreement that was supposed to happen during the middle of my vacation flopped on its face because Jeff Garzik was driving the clown car with passengers willfully inside like Coinbase, Blockchain.info, Bitgo and Xapo and there were here massive bugS and in the code and miners like Bitmain did not want to allocate $150-350m to get it over the difficulty adjustments.
I am very disappointed in their lack of integrity with putting their money where their mouths are; myself and many others wanted to sell a lot of B2X for BTC!
On 7 December 2015, with Bitcoin trading at US$388.40, I wrote The Rise of the Fourth Great Bitcoin Bubble. On 4 December 2016, with Bitcoin trading at US$762.97, I did this interview:

As of 26 November 2017, Bitcoin is trading around US$9,250.00. That is an increase of about 2,400% since I wrote the article prognosticating this fourth great Bitcoin bull market. I sure like being right, like usual (19 Dec 2011, 1 Jul 2013), especially when there are financial and economic consequences.
With such massive gains in such a short period of time the speculative question becomes: Buy, Hold or Sell?
FUNDAMENTALS
Bitcoin is the decentralized censorship-resistant Internet Protocol for transferring value over a communications channel.
The Bitcoin network can use traditional Internet infrastructure. However, it is even more resilient because it has custom infrastructure including, thanks to Bitcoin Core developer Matt Corrallo, the FIBRE network and, thanks to Blockstream, satellites which reduce the cost of running a full-node anywhere in the world to essentially nothing in terms of money or privacy. Transactions can be cheaply broadcast via SMS messages.
SECURITY
The Bitcoin network has a difficulty of 1,347,001,430,559 which suggests about 9,642,211 TH/s of custom ASIC hardware deployed.
At a retail price of approximately US$105/THs that implies about $650m of custom ASIC hardware deployed (35% discount applied).
This custom hardware consumes approximately 30 TWh per year. That could power about 2.8m US households or the entire country of Morocco which has a population of 33.85m.
This Bitcoin mining generates approximately 12.5 bitcoins every 10 minutes or approximately 1,800 per day worth approximately US$16,650,000.
Bitcoin currently has a market capitalization greater than $150B which puts it solidly in the top-30 of M1 money stock countries and a 200 day moving average of about $65B which is increasing about $500m per day.
Average daily volumes for Bitcoin is around US$5B. That means multi-million dollar positions can be moved into and out of very easily with minimal slippage.
When my friend Andreas Antonopolous was unable to give his talk at a CRYPSA event I was invited to fill in and delivered this presentation, impromptu, on the Seven Network Effects of Bitcoin.
These seven network effects of Bitcoin are (1) Speculation, (2) Merchants, (3) Consumers, (4) Security [miners], (5) Developers, (6) Financialization and (7) Settlement Currency are all taking root at the same time and in an incredibly intertwined way.
With only the first network effect starting to take significant root; Bitcoin is no longer a little experiment of magic Internet money anymore. Bitcoin is monster growing at a tremendous rate!!

SPECULATION
For the Bitcoin price to remain at $9,250 it requires approximately US$16,650,000 per day of capital inflow from new hodlers.
Bitcoin is both a Giffen good and a Veblen good.
A Giffen good is a product that people consume more of as the price rises and vice versa — seemingly in violation of basic laws of demand in microeconomics such as with substitute goods and the income effect.
Veblen goods are types of luxury goods for which the quantity demanded increases as the price increases in an apparent contradiction of the law of demand.
There are approximately 16.5m bitcoins of which ~4m are lost, ~4-6m are in deep cold storage, ~4m are in cold storage and ~2-4m are salable.
(http://www.runtogold.com/images/lost-bitcoins-1.jpg)
(http://www.runtogold.com/images/lost-bitcoins-2.jpg)
And forks like BCash (BCH) should not be scary but instead be looked upon as an opportunity to take more territory on the Bitcoin blockchain by trading the forks for real bitcoins which dries up more salable supply by moving it, likely, into deep cold storage.
According to Wikipedia, there are approximately 15.4m millionaires in the United States and about 12m HNWIs ($30m+ net worth) in the world. In other words, if every HNWI in the world wanted to own an entire bitcoin as a 'risk-free asset' that cannot be confiscated, seized or have the balance other wise altered then they could not.
For wise portfolio management, these HNWIs should have at least about 2-5% in gold and 0.5-1% in bitcoin.
Why? Perhaps some of the 60+ Saudis with 1,700 frozen bank accounts and about $800B of assets being targetted might be able to explain it to you.
In other words, everyone loves to chase the rabbit and once they catch it then know that it will not get away.
RETAIL
There are approximately 150+ significant Bitcoin exchanges worldwide. Kraken, according to the CEO, was adding about 6,000 new funded accounts per day in July 2017.
Supposedly, Coinbase is currently adding about 75,000 new accounts per day. Based on some trade secret analytics I have access to; I would estimate Coinbase is adding approximately 17,500 new accounts per day that purchase at least US$100 of Bitcoin.
If we assume Coinbase accounts for 8% of new global Bitcoin users who purchase at least $100 of bitcoins (just pulled out of thin error and likely very conservative as the actual number is perhaps around 2%) then that is approximately $21,875,000 of new capital coming into Bitcoin every single day just from retail demand from 218,750 total new accounts.
What I have found is that most new users start off buying US$100-500 and then after 3-4 months months they ramp up their capital allocation to $5,000+ if they have the funds available.
After all, it takes some time and practical experience to learn how to safely secure one's private keys.
To do so, I highly recommend Bitcoin Core (network consensus and full validation of the blockchain), Armory (private key management), Glacier Protocol (operational procedures) and a Puri.sm laptop (secure non-specialized hardware).
WALL STREET
There has been no solution for large financial fiduciaries to invest in Bitcoin. This changed November 2017.
LedgerX, whose CEO I interviewed 23 March 2013, began trading as a CFTC regulated Swap Execution Facility and Derivatives Clearing Organization.
The CME Group announced they will begin trading in Q4 2017 Bitcoin futures.
The CBOE announced they will begin trading Bitcoin futures soon.
By analogy, these institutional products are like connecting a major metropolis's water system (US$90.4T and US$2 quadrillion) via a nanoscopic shunt to a tiny blueberry ($150B) that is infinitely expandable.
This price discovery could be the most wild thing anyone has ever experienced in financial markets.
THE GREAT CREDIT CONTRACTION
The same week Bitcoin was released I published my book The Great Credit Contraction and asserted it had now begun and capital would burrow down the liquidity pyramid into safer and more liquid assets.
(http://www.runtogold.com/images/Great-Credit-Contraction-Liquidity-Pyramid.jpg)
Thus, the critical question becomes: Is Bitcoin a possible solution to the Great Credit Contraction by becoming the safest and most liquid asset?
BITCOIN'S RISK PROFILE
At all times and in all circumstances gold remains money but, of course, there is always exchange rate risk due to price ratios constantly fluctuating. If the metal is held with a third-party in allocated-allocated storage (safest possible) then there is performance risk (Morgan Stanley gold storage lawsuit).
But, if properly held then, there should be no counter-party risk which requires the financial ability of a third-party to perform like with a bank account deposit. And, since gold exists at a single point in space and time therefore it is subject to confiscation or seizure risk.
Bitcoin is a completely new asset type. As such, the storage container is nearly empty with only $150B.
And every Bitcoin transaction effectively melts down every BTC and recasts it; thus ensuring with 100% accuracy the quantity and quality of the bitcoins. If the transaction is not on the blockchain then it did not happen. This is the strictest regulation possible; by math and cryptography!
This new immutable asset, if properly secured, is subject only to exchange rate risk. There does exist the possibility that a software bug may exist that could shut down the network, like what has happened with Ethereum, but the probability is almost nil and getting lower everyday it does not happen.
Thus, Bitcoin arguably has a lower risk profile than even gold and is the only blockchain to achieve security, scalability and liquidity.
To remain decentralized, censorship-resistant and immutable requires scalability so as many users as possible can run full-nodes.
(http://www.runtogold.com/images/ethereum-bitcoin-scability-nov-2017.png)
TRANSACTIONS
Some people, probably mostly those shilling alt-coins, think Bitcoin has a scalability problem that is so serious it requires a crude hard fork to solve.
On the other side of the debate, the Internet protocol and blockchain geniuses assert the scalability issues can, like other Internet Protocols have done, be solved in different layers which are now possible because of Segregated Witness which was activated in August 2017.
Whose code do you want to run: the JV benchwarmers or the championship Chicago Bulls?
As transaction fees rise, certain use cases of the Bitcoin blockchain are priced out of the market. And as the fees fall then they are economical again.
Additionally, as transaction fees rise, certain UTXOs are no longer economically usable thus destroying part of the money supply until fees decline and UTXOs become economical to move.
There are approximately 275,000-350,000 transactions per day with transaction fees currently about $2m/day and the 200 DMA is around $1.08m/day.
(http://www.runtogold.com/images/bitcoin-transaction-fees-nov-2017.png)
What I like about transaction fees is that they somewhat reveal the financial health of the network.
The security of the Bitcoin network results from the miners creating solutions to proof of work problems in the Bitcoin protocol and being rewarded from the (1) coinbase reward which is a form of inflation and (2) transaction fees which is a form of usage fee.
The higher the transaction fees then the greater implied value the Bitcoin network provides because users are willing to pay more for it.
I am highly skeptical of blockchains which have very low transaction fees. By Internet bubble analogy, Pets.com may have millions of page views but I am more interested in EBITDA.
DEVELOPERS
Bitcoin and blockchain programming is not an easy skill to acquire and master. Most developers who have the skill are also financially independent now and can work on whatever they want.
The best of the best work through the Bitcoin Core process. After all, if you are a world class mountain climber then you do not hang out in the MacDonalds play pen but instead climb Mount Everest because that is where the challenge is.
However, there are many talented developers who work in other areas besides the protocol. Wallet maintainers, exchange operators, payment processors, etc. all need competent developers to help build their businesses.
Consequently, there is a huge shortage of competent developers. This is probably the largest single scalability constraint for the ecosystem.
Nevertheless, the Bitcoin ecosystem is healthier than ever before.
(http://www.runtogold.com/images/bitcoin-ecosystem.jpg)(/images/bitcoin-ecosystem-small.jpg)
SETTLEMENT CURRENCY
There are no significant global reserve settlement currency use cases for Bitcoin yet.
Perhaps the closest is Blockstream's Strong Federations via Liquid.
PRICE
There is a tremendous amount of disagreement in the marketplace about the value proposition of Bitcoin. Price discovery for this asset will be intense and likely take many cycles of which this is the fourth.
Since the supply is known the exchange rate of Bitcoins is composed of (1) transactional demand and (2) speculative demand.
Interestingly, the price elasticity of demand for the transactional demand component is irrelevant to the price. This makes for very interesting dynamics!
(http://www.runtogold.com/images/bitcoin-speculation.jpg)
On 4 May 2017, Lightspeed Venture Partners partner Jeremy Liew who was among the early Facebook investors and the first Snapchat investor laid out their case for bitcoin exploding to $500,000 by 2030.
On 2 November 2017, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-11-02/blankfein-says-don-t-dismiss-bitcoin-while-still-pondering-value)said, "Now we have paper that is just backed by fiat...Maybe in the new world, something gets backed by consensus."
On 12 Sep 2017, JP Morgan CEO called Bitcoin a 'fraud' but conceded that "(http://fortune.com/2017/09/12/jamie-dimon-bitcoin-cryptocurrency-fraud-buy/)Bitcoin could reach $100,000".
Thus, it is no surprise that the Bitcoin chart looks like a ferret on meth when there are such widely varying opinions on its value proposition.
I have been around this space for a long time. In my opinion, those who scoffed at the thought of $1 BTC, $10 BTC (Professor Bitcorn!), $100 BTC, $1,000 BTC are scoffing at $10,000 BTC and will scoff at $100,000 BTC, $1,000,000 BTC and even $10,000,000 BTC.
Interestingly, the people who understand it the best seem to think its financial dominance is destiny.
Meanwhile, those who understand it the least make emotionally charged, intellectually incoherent bearish arguments. A tremendous example of worldwide cognitive dissonance with regards to sound money, technology and the role or power of the State.
Consequently, I like looking at the 200 day moving average to filter out the daily noise and see the long-term trend.
(http://www.runtogold.com/images/bitcoin-price-200dma-nov-2017.png)
Well, that chart of the long-term trend is pretty obvious and hard to dispute. Bitcoin is in a massive secular bull market.
The 200 day moving average is around $4,001 and rising about $30 per day.
So, what do some proforma situations look like where Bitcoin may be undervalued, average valued and overvalued? No, these are not prognostications.
(http://www.runtogold.com/images/bitcoin-price-pro-forma.png)
Maybe Jamie Dimon is not so off his rocker after all with a $100,000 price prediction.
We are in a very unique period of human history where the collective globe is rethinking what money is and Bitcoin is in the ring battling for complete domination. Is or will it be fit for purpose?
As I have said many times before, if Bitcoin is fit for this purpose then this is the largest wealth transfer in the history of the world.
CONCLUSION
Well, this has been a brief analysis of where I think Bitcoin is at the end of November 2017.
The seven network effects are taking root extremely fast and exponentially reinforcing each other. The technological dominance of Bitcoin is unrivaled.
The world is rethinking what money is. Even CEOs of the largest banks and partners of the largest VC funds are honing in on Bitcoin's beacon.
While no one has a crystal ball; when I look in mine I see Bitcoin's future being very bright.
Currently, almost everyone who has bought Bitcoin and hodled is sitting on unrealized gains as measured in fiat currency. That is, after all, what uncharted territory with daily all-time highs do!
But perhaps there is a larger lesson to be learned here.
Riches are getting increasingly slippery because no one has a reliable defined tool to measure them with. Times like these require incredible amounts of humility and intelligence guided by macro instincts.
Perhaps everyone should start keeping books in three numéraires: USD, gold and Bitcoin.
Both gold and Bitcoin have never been worth nothing. But USD is a fiat currency and there are thousands of those in the fiat currency graveyard. How low can the world reserve currency go?
After all, what is the risk-free asset? And, whatever it is, in The Great Credit Contraction you want it!
What do you think? Disagree with some of my arguments or assertions? Please, eviscerate them on Twitter or in the comments!
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Lightning!

Lightning Network
Today I am going to talk about the “Lightning Network” which is a proposed solution to the issue of scaling Bitcoin faces. Lightning Network (I will use the acronym “LN” to refer to the Lightning network from this point forth) LN has its fair share of criticism in the crypto space. Some claim its brilliant, while others claim it is the antithesis of what Bitcoin was supposed to be. I am going to try my best to touch on the reasoning both crowds use to come to these conclusions. First things first, lets discuss how the whole thing got started.
The LN was first proposed in 2015 by Thaddeus Dryja and Joseph Poon in a white paper they wrote (White paper for LN can be viewed at the following linkhttps://www.weusecoins.com/assets/pdf/library/Lightning%20Network%20Whitepaper.pdf ) They decided that Bitcoin has a scalability issue and were looking for the best way to solve that issue without ultimately sacrificing the fundamentals that make BTC such a great currency. They decided that building a 2nd layer on top of Bitcoin was the best solution (rather than another useless hard fork to add to the 103 or so other Bitcoin forks out there) Many claim that coins like Bitcoin SV and Bitcoin Cash are the solution to scaling issues, but they are forks and centralized when compared to Bitcoin which sacrifices decentralization for scalability. Lightning is different than a fork as it is basically a payment channel that connects 2 or more parties directly. This makes payments almost instant, which is something people using Bitcoin core have desired since its creation. How does it work? Lets discuss that!
How does the Lightning Network work?
Okay so you have been hearing your friend Phil go on and on about how great the LN is, but why is he so excited? Lets figure it out! The LN is a payment channel that is set up between 2 or more parties. They start by creating the payment channel which is a multisig wallet (a multisig wallet is a BTC wallet that cannot be accessed by just one party as it takes “multiple signatures” to access the funds. Now that Phil and I have set up the payment channel we can now transact with each other as much as we like with no transaction fees (until we close the channel). The payment channel gets updated every time a payment is made. So if Phil and I have 2 Bitcoin on the channel, lets say I have 1 BTC and Phil has 1 Bitcoin in the multisig wallet me and him created for the Lightning channel. I could send Phil ½ of a BTC and the ledger would show that Phil now has 1.5 Bitcoin while I only hold .5 Bitcoin. This transaction occurred off the Bitcoin blockchain so it avoided the hefty transaction fees that accompany Bitcoin core transactions at times. The channel can be left open and the ledger will update every time me and Phil transact with each other (until we decide to close the channel) This layer makes micro transactions more feasible as people are not paying a 3 $ transaction fee for a 1$ transaction.
People that would like to use the LN can get a node (Casanode, Raspberry Pi 3 etc.) which will also act as a BTC core node along with a lightning node. This is a popular way to be a part of Lightning payments. It is not the only way though. There are wallets that can be used to access the LN without having to own a casanode or raspberry pi. You can still use the LN without owning a casanode by downloading an app like “Blue Wallet” which will allow you to access LN without necessarily owning a node. Apps like this make LN more available to the general public that may not quite grasp the reason people own casanodes. Either way removing barriers that could potentially hinder people from using LN is a big part of wide spread adoption. Lightning is still in its infancy really so more and more apps should pop up similar to Blue Wallet in the near future. (This is not an endorsement of Blue Wallet, I simply used it as an example) If you would like to order a casanode it can easily be found with a simple google search. I personally know a few people that paid for the node and most of them did it just to help the LN network grow and to actually be able to use it! They typically run for around $300 USD. (I see the price going down in the future as LN becomes more used and the casanodes become more in demand)
Now just because you aren’t connected to someone directly through a payment channel you can still send payments to someone in many cases. So, Lets say Phil and I want to transact with each other but we don’t have a channel connecting us. We could utilize a 3rd party to connect the payment channels. For example, I am trying to send Phil 1 BTC, but we don’t have a channel set up, but we want to transact with each other. The node will find the fastest path it can to Phil so I do not necessarily need to create a channel with him. We could use anyone to bridge the gap and transact with each other in this way. This is referred to as a “Hop”. Some people may worry that the link between me and Phil may act maliciously and attempt to take the payment, but that’s the beauty of LN. It can’t be taken in this way. So I send Phil .1 BTC. A 3rd party would first receive the .1 BTC and would send it to Phil automatically. The 3rd party cannot stop the transaction in the middle if he were to try and steal the funds. LN doesn’t allow that.
LN offers almost instant payments with Bitcoin (and soon many altcoins will also utilize LN) with minimal fees. Some think the LN is absolutely a terrible idea. They believe transaction fees will be severely diminished in the wake of LN due to the fact payments made on LN do not post to the BTC chain until the channel has been closed charging a one-time fee for multiple transactions. I would say that with LN we will see a surge of new adoption that will increase the use of BTC and in the long run should increase the amount of transaction fees collected by miners for the work the perform. People like to claim LN is centralized and the antithesis of what Satoshi was thinking when he created BTC. I have to say I disagree. LN is a layer on top of BTC. It doesn’t effect the fundamentals of BTC core and that is important to me and many others. Bitcoin is a work of art because of decentralization. LN doesn’t hinder this. It is simply an option for people that want BTC payments faster to have a means to do so. In the future people will most likely do plenty of transactions on LN (I think most dealings will be done via LN) But the big transfers will still likely be done on BTC core itself. Bitcoin is a work in progress and LN is a step towards adoption.
Right now, LN is very new and still untested in many ways. It is an experiment in my eyes that is likely to succeed. Even if LN went belly up tomorrow BTC will still be here. I have a lot of faith in LN and I think it will be a huge part of mass adoption in the future. Nobody can see the future… But we can speculate! I enjoyed writing this and I hope you learned something. I sure did.
Written by: Tim Pace 2/13/2019
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Virtual prepay debit card which accepts bitcoin that you can actually use to make online purchases?

I say that you can actually use because I was looking at my neteller account and was very pleased to see the bitcoin deposit option but then to my dismay I see you can't even use the money to make purchases.
I want to make a purchase for something online for some place which only accepts the usual visa/debit cards while still maintaining my anonymyty.
Also I am only making this one purchase so don't want to have to pay for setup and also don't want to have to do ID/address verification crap.
What are my options?
Thanks.
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[Giveaway] Free Bitcoin

Post a comment below and I'll give you some free bits. This offer never expires.
Feel free to share this post with your friends and crosspost it to other subreddits that might be interested :)
Brand new to bitcoin?
watch this short video: www.weusecoins.com
Subscribe to: /Bitcoin
More info and videos: Newbie friendly FAQ
Want some more bits?
visit www.trybtc.com - it's a short tutorial and at the end they will set you up with some bits in a coinbase wallet.
Where can I buy bitcoin?
www.coinbase.com
www.circle.com
Why are you giving away free bits?
I love bitcoin and I want to share some with you :)
What are bits?
Bitcoins can be divided into little tiny pieces - even smaller than bits. There are 1,000,000 bits in a bitcoin.
100 bits is currently worth about 3 cents (in USD)
Most people will receive more than 100 bits :)
Have more questions?
The friendly folks at /BitcoinBeginners will help you out
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[Giveaway] Free Bitcoin

Post a comment below and I'll give you some free bits. This offer never expires.
Feel free to share this post with your friends and crosspost it to other subreddits that might be interested :)
Brand new to bitcoin?
watch this short video: www.weusecoins.com
Subscribe to: /Bitcoin
More info and videos: Newbie friendly FAQ
Want some more bits?
visit www.trybtc.com - it's a short tutorial and at the end they will set you up with some bits in a coinbase wallet.
Where can I buy bitcoin?
www.coinbase.com
www.circle.com
Why are you giving away free bits?
I love bitcoin and I want to share some with you :)
What are bits?
Bitcoins can be divided into little tiny pieces - even smaller than bits. There are 1,000,000 bits in a bitcoin.
100 bits is currently worth about 4 cents (in USD)
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/r/BitcoinUK FAQ

/BitcoinUK FAQ

ArcaneWharf and I have put this post together quickly so that we have a resource which we can point newcomers towards in order to answer their frequently answered questions. This should serve as more of an overview or quick-start guide which is a jumping off point for beginners, rather than a comprehensive or complete guide.
This is a work-in-progress (i.e., definitely not perfect) which, as a community, we could expand and improve upon over time. If you have something to contribute (either to this or something more detailed), do comment in this thread or contact the mods (by sending a message to /BitcoinUK).

How can I learn more about bitcoin?

There are already some links in /BitcoinUK’s sidebar which should help you get started. If that’s not enough, check out:
We'd encourage you to at least understand the basics before making your first bitcoin purchase. There are tons of fantastic resources out there, so there’s no excuse for ignorance.

How do I buy bitcoin?

The answer depends on your priorities, as there tends to be a trade-off between more convenient, quicker options (which are more expensive) and less convenient, slower options (which are cheaper).

Getting started

Purchasing with a credit or debit card on Coinbase is the best starting point for beginners, as it offers a great user experience. There's a quick guide here, but you probably won't need it as the sign-up and purchase process is quite intuitive. If you're having issues with verification on Coinbase (or it's just taking too long), then you might want to check out the options described in the ‘high fees, but faster’ section below.
For subsequent purchases, check out the options described in the next two sections. Although the ‘no fees, but slower’ purchase route is popular and well recommended on /BitcoinUK, you shouldn’t automatically rule out the options described in the ‘high fees, but faster’ section.

No fees, but slower

The Revolut to GDAX route is frequently recommended in the /BitcoinUK community, as it eliminates fees and allows you to purchase bitcoin at the best possible price. Keep in mind that this route won’t work on weekends, as SEPA transfers only get pushed through during normal working hours (i.e., Monday AM till Friday PM). If you’re looking to purchase on weekends, then you’ll have to use the options described in the following section.
You can finds details about this purchase route in this text guide and this video guide
Summary of this process:
  1. Sign up for Coinbase and Revolut.
  2. Transfer GBP into your Revolut GBP account.
  3. Activate your EUR wallet
  4. Convert GBP to EUR in Revolut (FREE)
  5. Send EUR to Coinbase (FREE)
  6. Transfer EUR from Coinbase to GDAX (FREE)
  7. Buy bitcoin on the BTC/EUR market.

High fees, but faster

If you’re willing to pay a premium (i.e., pay above market-rate), then you can buy bitcoin quickly and conveniently with GBP UK bank transfers and debit/credit card purchases. The premium charged by these options is usually under 5%, but can extend beyond that during times of high demand and (positive) price volatility. Unlike the Revolut to GDAX route, these options also allow you to complete purchases on weekends.
Popular, frequently recommended options which are quick and convenient include:
Prices offered across these services vary day-to-day. For an overview of your options (and their relative competitiveness), you should check out BittyBot.co. This provides a full list of merchants and marketplaces available, ordered by price (cheapest first). You can also filter the output by payment method by typing it into the 'Search' box.
Some users may prefer to take this faster route if they are convinced the price of bitcoin will increase during the time it would take for a transfer to process from Revolut to GDAX (using the method detailed in the previous section). This can pay off, but be cautious. The volatility of bitcoin makes it a double-edged sword and its price could just as easily go down (drastically) as it could go up.

What's the best way to sell bitcoin?

You can sell bitcoins back to the majority of sites which you buy them from. As before, there's a trade-off between the quicker and slower options.
If you're looking to get a price which is closest to the market rate (and pay as few fees as possible), then you'll want to sell through an exchange like GDAX, exchanging your bitcoin for euros. GDAX is preferable when you're selling, as the price you'll get per bitcoin is higher. Essentially, just reverse the process detailed earlier in the FAQ (see this text guide or this video guide). Alternatively, check out this quick 3-minute video which walks you through the process.
Summary of this process:
  1. On GDAX, click ‘Withdraw Funds’ while in the EUBTC market
  2. Transfer to your Coinbase Account (FREE)
  3. Go to Coinbase > Accounts > Euro Wallet > Withdraw
  4. On Revolut, go into your Euro wallet > Top Up > Bank Transfer > EUR
  5. Note down the IBAN and BIC from Revolut, and enter them into Coinbase. Also include the amount you wish to withdraw.
  6. Withdraw funds into Revolut (15p charge)
  7. Once funds are in your Revolut EUR account, exchange from EUR to GBP (FREE)
  8. Go to GBP wallet > send funds. Add yourself as a beneficiary.
  9. Send the funds! (free)
If you sell bitcoin on Localbitcoins, Solidi, etc., you can get it sorted same-day (usually in less than an hour) with a transfer directly to your UK bank account in GBP. For that convenience, you'll usually get offered an exchange rate which is below the market-rate (usually up to 5%, but sometimes more). You are able to set your own sell orders on Localbitcoins or BitBargain (so you’ll be able to sell above market rate). However, we would not advise doing this as a newcomer.
Of course, you could always just withdraw directly from an exchange to your UK bank account. Again, you'll lose a percentage of your funds (>1%) in the foreign exchange conversion (from EUR to GBP) which your bank processes. Depending on the exchange rate charged by your bank, you might be better off selling through services which allow you to cash out in GBP instead.

How should I store bitcoin?

To simplify quite a broad topic, you essentially have two options: hot or cold.

Hot Wallet

A hot wallet is any wallet that is connected to the internet. Typically this will be in the form of a desktop program or a mobile app. Hot wallets rank high in convenience, but are not suitable for large holdings. They are extremely vulnerable to malware and backdoors, with hackers having strong financial incentives to target desktop wallets. Nevertheless, they are perfectly reasonable for storing small amounts of cryptocurrency.
Some popular options:

Cold Wallet

A cold wallet is a wallet that does not connect to the internet, and therefore cannot be affected by malware. There are multiple forms of cold storage, but beginners should first consider a hardware wallet.
A hardware wallet is a small, USB device where you can keep your cryptocurrency. They are secure since all of the information is stored on the device, so you could plug it in to a computer riddled with malware, and the malware would have no way of interacting with your wallet. These generally aren’t considered as secure as cold-storage wallets, but are much better than a hot-wallet. Usage just requires plugging the hardware wallet into your computer.
One drawback of a hardware wallet is the cost (£70-100). Although not a mandatory purchase, it is strongly recommended that you purchase a hardware wallet if you've accumulated (or plan to accumulate) coins which are worth more than between £500 - £1000.
Popular, well-recommended options include the:
Both are reputable and will serve you well. At the time of writing this, the Ledger is slightly cheaper and offers support for more cryptocurrencies. Unless you need the greater cryptocurrency support, the choice between them doesn’t really matter.
For an overview of the Ledger Nano S (with security recommendations and a small FAQ) see this post. For a tutorial on setting it up, check out this video.

More information

For a more information on different wallets, check out:
When setting up a wallet, it’s advisable to not record your mnemonic seed (which allows you to restore the wallet) on a digital device. Instead, it’s recommended to record it (clearly) on paper or card.

Why can't I just leave my bitcoin in the exchange?

When you buy bitcoin on an exchange (such as GDAX), the bitcoin is in your account but still belongs to the company who runs the exchange. Until you withdraw to your own wallet (as described above), the bitcoin is not truly yours. The bitcoin does not belong to you unless you own the private key. This is very important. Do not leave large amounts of cryptocurrency in an exchange.
Even if you trust that the company won’t run off with your bitcoin, an exchange is much more prone to getting hacked. Think about it from the perspective of a hacker: would you rather target a million individual users who only own a small amount of bitcoin each? Or would you target one exchange that you know is holding unfathomably large amounts of bitcoin? Don’t believe me?
If you're purchasing through Coinbase, you can withdraw cryptocurrencies through GDAX (same company) to your own wallet for free. Check out this how-to post for details.

Should I buy at £x price?

No one can tell you this. No one really knows what bitcoin will do in the future. Please do your own due diligence and consider dollar cost averaging.

What about Revolut’s in-app cryptocurrency offer?

Revolut is a mobile banking app that has recently announced support for cryptocurrencies. Note this section only refers to their service that allows you to buy cryptocurrencies within their application - not the process detailed above.
While more mainstream adoption is good, Revolut’s in-app cryptocurrency exchange - in its current state - does not allow you to withdraw your cryptocurrency from their application. This has all the same issues as leaving in exchange, as you don’t have the cryptocurrency in your own wallet.
Revolut’s in-app cryptocurrency exchange should be rolled out to all customers, if their FAQ is still accurate, by the 21st or 22nd December. Early access is available if you have premium or invite 3 friends who subsequently sign up and use their app. See here for more details.

How do UK taxes work with bitcoin?

Please note: This is not professional tax advice. Conduct your own research to verify this information and/or contact a professional tax advisor.
If you sell bitcoins at a higher price than you bought them for, or exchange them for something else (e.g., another cryptocurrency, and goods or services), you would be liable to pay capital gains tax. However, you have a capital gains allowance of £11,300 per year. If you generate profits from the sale or exchange of bitcoins which fall below this threshold, then no tax would be due. Additionally, no tax is due until you sell or exchange it for something else. You may also be able to reduce your capital gains liability by gifting cryptocurrencies to your partner so that they can take advantage of their capital gains allowance too (more details in this thread).
It appears unclear how you would be taxed in the UK in other circumstances: such as mining, working for cryptocurrency, or proof of stake rewards. As these rules develop, it’s advised to document everything you do with cryptocurrencies. When the taxman comes knocking, you’ll be grateful that you did.
IndeedHowlandReed has kindly putting together a more detailed guide about Bitcoin and UK tax. You can find part 1 here and part 2 here. If you have any questions not answered by their guide, post them in this thread (or upvote existing questions).
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Have a contribution or suggestion?

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(Giveaway) Free Bitcoins! Every comment gets a prize!

EDIT: THE GIVEAWAY IS OVER, VISIT /FREEBITS FOR MORE FREE BITS
Hello /electronic_cigarette!
I'm a long time vaper and certified bitcoin fiend!
Post a comment below and I'll give you some free bitcoin. This offer never expires, well.. it might if we run out of bitcoins ;)
Feel free to share this post with your friends and crosspost it to other subreddits that might be interested :)
Brand new to bitcoin?
watch this short video: www.weusecoins.com
Subscribe to: /Bitcoin
More info and videos: Newbie friendly FAQ
Map of some places that accept bitcoin:
http://coinmap.org/
Here are some vapor stores that accept bitcoin:
http://keystonevapor.com/ http://www.vaporstation.com/ http://vaporvapes.com/ http://www.vaporrave.com/what-is-bitcoin http://www.undergroundvapes.com
Want some more bits?
visit www.trybtc.com - it's a short tutorial and at the end they will set you up with some bits in a coinbase wallet.
Where can I buy bitcoin?
America:
www.coinbase.com
www.circle.com
Australia:
https://www.btradeaustralia.com/ (Charges GST)
https://www.coinjar.com/
https://coinloft.com.au/ (Does not charge GST)
Why are you giving away free bits?
I love bitcoin and I want to share some with you, its time more people experienced the future of money.
What are bits?
Bitcoins can be divided into little tiny pieces - even smaller than bits. There are 1,000,000 bits in a bitcoin.
100 bits is currently worth about 3 cents (in USD)
Most people will receive more than 100 bits :)
Have more questions?
The friendly folks at /BitcoinBeginners or /Bitcoin will help you out!
For the more technically inclined, read the bitcoin whitepaper https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
Thank you to the friendly mods at /electronic_cigarette for allowing us to bring you this giveaway.
Big shout out to the team over at ChangeTip for making bitcoin tipping so easy!
EDIT: THE GIVEAWAY IS OVER, VISIT /FREEBITS FOR MORE FREE BITS
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[Giveaway] Free Bitcoin

Post a comment below and I'll give you some free bits. This offer never expires.
Feel free to share this post with your friends and crosspost it to other subreddits that might be interested :)
Brand new to bitcoin?
watch this short video: www.weusecoins.com
Subscribe to: /Bitcoin
More info and videos: Newbie friendly FAQ
Want some more bits?
visit www.trybtc.com - it's a short tutorial and at the end they will set you up with some bits in a coinbase wallet.
Where can I buy bitcoin?
www.coinbase.com
www.circle.com
Why are you giving away free bits?
I love bitcoin and I want to share some with you :)
What are bits?
Bitcoins can be divided into little tiny pieces - even smaller than bits. There are 1,000,000 bits in a bitcoin.
100 bits is currently worth about 6 cents (in USD)
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Why is mt.Gox still promoted to new Bitcoin users?

I think there should be a massive disclaimer now on the most popular sites for getting started with bitcoins:
To prevent new users from making a big mistake.
edit; comment on the latest status. Making good progress edit 14-03-2014; blockchain.info updated the page
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Bitcoin is a decentralized digital currency that enables instant payments to anyone, anywhere in the world. Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority: transaction management and money issuance are carried out collectively by the network.
The original Bitcoin software by Satoshi Nakamoto was released under the MIT license. Most client software, derived or "from scratch", also use open source licensing.
Bitcoin is the first successful implementation of a distributed crypto-currency, described in part in 1998 by Wei Dai on the cypherpunks mailing list. Building upon the notion that money is any object, or any sort of record, accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts in a given country or socio-economic context, Bitcoin is designed around the idea of using cryptography to control the creation and transfer of money, rather than relying on central authorities.
Bitcoins have all the desirable properties of a money-like good. They are portable, durable, divisible, recognizable, fungible, scarce and difficult to counterfeit.
Why?
Bitcoin is P2P electronic cash that is valuable over legacy systems because of the monetary autonomy it brings to its users. Bitcoin seeks to address the root problem with conventional currency: all the trust that's required to make it work -- Not that justified trust is a bad thing, but trust makes systems brittle, opaque, and costly to operate. Trust failures result in systemic collapses, trust curation creates inequality and monopoly lock-in, and naturally arising trust choke-points can be abused to deny access to due process. Through the use of cryptographic proof, decentralized networks and open source software Bitcoin minimizes and replaces these trust costs.
Bitcoin Transactions are:
Permissionless and borderless. The software can be installed by anybody worldwide.
Do not require any ID to use. Making it suitable for the unbanked, the privacy-conscious, computers or people in areas with underdeveloped financial infrastructure.
Are censorship-resistant. Nobody is able to block or freeze a transaction of any amount.
Irreversible once settled, like cash. (but consumer protection is still possible.)
Fast. Transactions are broadcasted in seconds and can become irreversible within an hour.
Online and available 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.
Bitcoin can also be a store of value, some have said it is a "swiss bank account in your pocket".
Stored Bitcoins:
Cannot be printed or debased. Only 21 million bitcoins will ever exist.
Have no storage costs. They take up no physical space regardless of amount.
Are easy to protect and hide. Can be stored encrypted on a hard disk or paper backup.
Are in your direct possession with no counterparty risk. If you keep the private key of a bitcoin secret and the transaction has enough confirmations, then nobody can take them from you no matter for what reason, no matter how good the excuse, no matter what.
If you still can’t figure out what the heck a bitcoin is, this simple explanation will help you! …
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We’re sitting on a park bench. It’s a great day. I have one apple with me, I give it to you.
You now have one apple and I have zero. That was simple, right?
Let’s look closely at what happened:
My apple was physically put into your hand. You know it happened. I was there, you were there – you touched it.
We didn’t need a third person there to help us make the transfer. We didn’t need to pull in Uncle Tommy (who’s a famous judge) to sit with us on the bench and confirm that the apple went from me to you.
The apple’s yours! I can’t give you another apple because I don’t have any left. I can’t control it anymore. The apple left my possession completely. You have full control over that apple now. You can give it to your friend if you want, and then that friend can give it to his friend, and so on.
So that’s what an in-person exchange looks like. I guess it’s really the same, whether I’m giving you a banana, a book, a quarter, or a dollar bill …But I’m getting ahead of myself.

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What if we gave this ledger to everybody? Instead of the ledger living on a Blizzard computer, it’ll live in everybody’s computers. All the transactions that have ever happened, from all time, in digital apples, will be recorded in it.You can’t cheat it. I can’t send you digital apples I don’t have, because then it wouldn’t sync up with everybody else in the system. It’d be a tough system to beat. Especially if it got really big.
Plus, it’s not controlled by one person, so I know there’s no one that can just decide to give himself more digital apples. The rules of the system were already defined at the beginning.
And the code and rules are open source – kinda like the software used in your mom’s Android phone. Or kinda like Wikipedia. It’s there for smart people to maintain, secure, improve, and check.
You could participate in this network too – updating the ledger and making sure it all checks out. For the trouble, you could get like 25 digital apples as a reward. In fact, that’s the only way to create more digital apples in the system.
I simplified quite a bit … But that system I explained exists. It’s called the Bitcoin protocol. And those digital apples are the bitcoins within the system. Fancy! So, did you see what happened?
What does the public ledger enable?
1) It’s open source, remember? The total number of apples was defined in the public ledger at the beginning. I know the exact amount that exists. Within the system, I know they are limited (scarce).
2) When I make an exchange I now know that digital apple certifiably left my possession and is now completely yours. I used to not be able to say that about digital things. It will be updated and verified by the public ledger.
3) Because it’s a public ledger, I didn’t need Uncle Tommy (third-party) to make sure I didn’t cheat, or make extra copies for myself, or send apples twice, or thrice…
Within the system, the exchange of a digital apple is now just like the exchange of a physical one. It’s now as good as seeing a physical apple leave my hand and drop into your pocket. Just like on the park bench, the exchange involved two people only. You and me , we didn’t need Uncle Tommy there to make it valid.
In other words, it behaves like a physical object.
But you know what’s cool? It’s still digital.
We can now deal with 1,000 apples, or 1 million apples, or even .0000001 apples. I can send it with a click of a button, and I can still drop it in your digital pocket if I was in Nicaragua and you were all the way in New York.
I can even make other digital things ride on top of these digital apples! It’s digital after all. Maybe I can attach some text on it – a digital note. Or maybe I can attach more important things; like say a contract, or a stock certificate, or an ID card …
So this is great! How should we treat or value these “digital apples”? They’re quite useful aren’t they?
Well, a lot of people are arguing over it now. There’s debate between this and that economic school, between politicians, between programmers. Don’t listen to all of them though. Some people are smart; some are misinformed. Some say the system is worth a lot; some say it’s actually worth zero. Some guy actually put a hard number on it: $1,300 per apple. Some say it’s digital gold; some say it’s a currency. Others say they’re just like tulips. Some people say it’ll change the world; some say it’s just a fad.
I have my own opinion about it, but that’s a story for another time.
Hey, you now know more about Bitcoin than most.
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WHY FX TRADING CREATED?
\They want to open an exchange in all around the World after 3 years with* 5 Million members.\*
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ABOUT THE COMPANY
FXTRADING CORPORATION is a global company with many investors and entrepreneurs in the World. Already developed by a team of professionals currently in the field of FX and CRYPTOTRADING and they created the software. It also helps many investors make money from mining companies in various places around the world with the following coins. Bitcoin, Etherium, Bitcoin in cash, Litecoin, etc. Even if you do not have experience in this market, it is an opportunity to earn profits automatically and gain a lot of growth.
HOW ITS WORKS
Our groundbreaking platform uses an automated arbitrage system that yields profits for customers based on real-time movements in the cryptocurrency market. Our proprietary algorithm buys bitcoin when it is cheaper, and sells when it is more expensive. FX-TRADING customers benefit by assuming the profit, which is deposited directly into their online account.
WHEN IT WAS LAUNCHED
fficial Launch on August 10th, 2018 in Busan – South Korea. Around 896.000 peoples already joined, and more than 183 countries opened.
IF U WANT TO BECOME AN INVESTOR
Great! for you as an investor is very simple Chose one of the Packages available: bot 100$
bot300$ bot500$
bot1000$ bot3000$ botbot5000$ bot10000$ bot20000$ bot30000$ bot40000$ bot50000$ The company will pay you up to 2.5% from what you invested They trade during the day and when comes midnight in South Korea, they pay whatever was that day’s profits Some days are 1.45% or 2.2% or 1.1% The company can’t guarantee how much it will pay, as Trading is not guaranteed The company pays Monday to Friday for 200 working days The only way to invest is using Bitcoin You can withdraw minimum of 50$ Monday to Friday, and it will be paid only in Bitcoin 24h later, not counting weekends, so if you withdraw on a Friday, you will get paid on Monday.
IF U WANT TO BE AN NETWORKER
Great! being a networker means you can get more bonuses • Daily Payment • Binary • Residual • Career Plan 1 - The daily Payment is up to 2.5% per day Monday to Friday, until you reach 400% 2- Binary is 10% of what people invest but you first need to qualify for it, is very simple, just register one direct person to your left and one to your right! after these 2, the next person that you register or that comes from those who you already registered, you will get the binary bonus from them, we are always talking about the smaller side. 3- Residual, this bonus is linked to the career plan, you need to qualify per stars, each star means you get 2% of each level from your network. So if you are star 3 for example, means you will receive 2% from 3 level from your network, everyday when they receive their daily payment, you get 2% of what they make. 4- Career Plan, Dollars of investment to became ◊1 Dollar = 1 Point Star 1 you need 1.000 points Star 2 you need 4.000 points Star 3 you need 20.000 points Star 4 you need 50.000 points Star 5 you need 200.000 points Star 6 you need 500.000 points Star 7 you need 1.500.000 points Star 8 you need 3.000.000 points Star 9 you need 5.000.000 points Star 10 you need 10.000.000 points Black Star you need 50.000.000 points All this point needs to be on the smaller leg.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INVESTOR AND NETWORKER
First let me tell you about being an Investor For you as an investor is very simple Choose one of the Packages available: 100$ 300$ 500% 1000$ 3000$ 5000$ 10000$ 20000$ 30000$ 40000$ 50000$ The company will pay you up to 2.5% from what you invested They trade during the day and when comes midnight in South Korea, they pay whatever was that day’s profits Some days are 1.45% or 2.2% or 1.1% The company can’t guarantee how much it will pay, as Trading is not guaranteed The company pays Monday to Friday for 200 working days The only way to invest is using Bitcoin You can withdraw minimum of 50$ Monday to Friday, and it will be paid only in Bitcoin 24h later, not counting weekends, so if you withdraw on a Friday, you will get paid on Monday.
Now as a networker you can get more bonuses • Daily Payment • Binary • Residual • Career Plan 1 - The daily Payment is up to 2.5% per day Monday to Friday, until you reach 400% 2- Binary is 10% of what people invest but you first need to qualify for it, is very simple, just register one direct person to your left and one to your right! after these 2, the next person that you register or that comes from those who you already registered, you will get the binary bonus from them, we are always talking about the smaller side. 3- Residual, this bonus is linked to the career plan, you need to qualify per stars, each star means you get 2% of each level from your network. So if you are star 3 for example, means you will receive 2% from 3 level from your network, everyday when they receive their daily payment, you get 2% of what they make. 4- Career Plan, Dollars of investment to became ◊1 Dollar = 1 Point Star 1 you need 1.000 points Star 2 you need 4.000 points Star 3 you need 20.000 points Star 4 you need 50.000 points Star 5 you need 200.000 points Star 6 you need 500.000 points Star 7 you need 1.500.000 points Star 8 you need 3.000.000 points Star 9 you need 5.000.000 points Star 10 you need 10.000.000 points Black Star you need 50.000.000 points All this point needs to be on the smaller leg.
MOST IMPORTANTLY IS THAT
The difference Between an investor and a networker is: Investor Will only receive the daily payment of up to 2.5% Networker Can get more bonuses such as: - Daily Payment of up to 2.5% - Indication of 6% - Binary of 10% - Residual Bonus - Career Bonus
SOME INFO THAT YOU HAVE TO KNOW ABOUT GET SUPPORT FROM FXTRADING
ACTIVATION:
MY PLAN DOES NOT ACTIVATE AFTER WIRING FUNDS ANSWER IS …
.- After a payment request is created, you have 24 hours to wire funds to a designated wallet. Based on the fluctuation of Bitcoin prices, posted amount of Bitcoin may be larger or smaller. Price updates commence every 30 minutes. - The system only validates your request to transfer when you pay the designated amount or more. If less bitcoin were submitted, the transfer request would be voided automatically…
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO ACTIVATE MY PLAN ANSWER IS ....
- The time until the activation varies depending on processing speed of network or blockchain. Some exchange and wallet may take more time to transfer funds. However, the process generally does not exceed 6 hours. Therefore, if your plan does not activate after 6 hours, please contact the support centre.
EARNINGS:
WHICH DAYS OF A WEEK I RECEIVE MY EARNINGS ?
- Daily earnings are processed and posted at midnight, Monday through Friday, Korean Standard Time.
MY PLAN WAS ACTIVATED BUT NOT YET REICIEVE EARNINGS?
- It takes 24 hours until your investments are processed through our system. You will be listed as an FXTRADING dividend recipient after 24 hours.
I UPGRADED MY PLAN BUT RECEIVED EARNINGS FOR THE PREVIOUS PLAN?
- The same rules apply for plan upgrades with the purchase of a new plan. Your upgrades will be in force after 24 hours. Until that point, you will receive the earnings on the previous plan.
WITHDRAWAL:
WHICH DAYS OF A WEEK I CAN WITHDRAW MY FUNDS?
- You can withdraw your funds Monday through Friday.
What is the minimum amount that I can withdraw?
- The minimum withdrawal amount is currently $50. There is no limit on the maximum amount you can withdraw.
How long does it take to process my remittance request?
- Please allow 1 to 3 business days to process your withdrawal requests.
I received payment confirmation o- It may take up to 24 hours after confirmation for requests to be processed in blockchain and posted on your wallet.
Hash values I received by e-mail are not recognized by Blockchain.
- It generally takes 24 hours for blockchain to recognize hash values. You can review the progress by the link provided in the e-mail message until then.
Binary
What should I do to get a binary bonus?
- It generally takes 24 hours for blockchain to recognize hash values. You can review the progress by the link provided in the e-mail message until then.
I made one referral member, but I did not receive a credit.
- Please confirm if the new referral member is the first one on your left or right. First referral on each side only qualifies you for binary bonus program. They do not create credits and do not count as binary members. - Was your plan active when your referral members in lower tier activate their plans? Credits are provided only if your plan was active when lower tier members activate their plans. - Are your lower tier referral members’ accounts leadership accounts? Leadership accounts do not own earnings and do not get payments. Therefore, leadership members do not create binary credit.
Amounts of my credit received seems not correct.
- Created credits are 10% of the price of plans purchased. If a member in your network upgrades a plan, the member only creates credits on the difference between two plans, not on the entire amount of the plan the member bought. For instance, if a member upgrades to $500 plan from $300 plan, you would receive 10% of the difference between the two plans. The difference is $200 in this example so that you will get 20 credits in total.
I received bonus less than created credits.
- There is a rule for the binary program; no member shall receive binary bonus larger than the plan they are on. For instance, if you are using $100 plan, but have created 150 credits through the binary network, you will only receive $100 bonus, forfeiting the remaining $50. - You also need to be careful about 400% earning rule. You can never receive an amount four times more than the plan you are on. For example, if you are using $100 plan, have received $350 as earnings so far and you have 100 credits outstanding for a binary bonus, only $50 that matches your 400% ceiling will be paid to you as a binary bonus.
Referral Bonus I did not receive my referral bonus while my referral member was activatated
- To receive a referral bonus, your plan must be active when your referral’s plan comes activated. To ensure receipt of your bonus, please wait until your plan gets activated before providing referral codes. - Referral Bonus is subject to 400% earning rule. Bonus from referrals will be paid up until their earnings reach 400% of their plan price. Bonus ceases to be remitted when your referral member reaches the earning cap.
An incorrect amount of bonus was paid
The referral bonus is 6% of the plan price purchased. If your referral member upgrades their plan, it creates the bonus on the difference between the two plans, not the entire amount of the plan purchased. For example, if your referral member upgrades to $500 plan from $300 plan, you will receive a 6% bonus on the difference amount between the plans. In this case, you will receive a $12 bonus as the difference is $200. - You also need to be careful about 400% earning rule. You can never receive an amount four times more than the plan you are on. For example, if you are using $100 plan, have received $350 as earnings so far and you have 100 credits outstanding for a referral bonus, only $50 that matches your 400% ceiling will be paid to you as a referral bonus.
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TIL why Newbies still download the Bitcoin-QT client!

Because we told them to. Newbies don't start with reddit or bitcoinforums (unless they are redditors, of course). They start with what looks like an authoritative source. (And journalists do the same.) Let's have a look.
Bitcoin.org has a list of wallets and recommends two good options at the top, MultiBit or Schildbach, but if you take a look at the bottom, it prominently lists: Bitcoin-QT and Armory (which requires Bitcoin-QT/bitcoind). This is fine, I suppose, but it explains the popularity of Bitcoin-QT since most alternatives come with warnings.
weusecoins, a website that is prominently featured as a first stop for newbies, sends users dierectly to Bitcoin-QT, without any explanation or alternatives.
Bitcoin Wiki same same
This guarantees some bad user experience. Can we fix it? Who edits weusecoins.com and bitcoin.it?
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Day-2: Here are combined contacts for Kraken. If everyone who reads this takes just 2 minutes to communicate their support for BIP148, we will be a force they can't ignore.

You can read about my full rationale here, but essentially (shills aside) we all believe in UASF - if we coordinate our efforts and pick one major wallet/exchange per day and bombard them with demands to support BIP148, we can make a real impact. Yesterday was Coinbase and it went great. Today let's target Kraken.
Here, I've made it easy for you:
Tweet to them.
Send them an email.
Write to them on Facebook.
Tweet at their CEO, Jesse Powell.
Ideally do all the above.
Let them know you support BIP148 and segwit. Let them know their users risk losing all their bitcoins if they do not. If you are a customer, let them know that you will withdraw all your funds unless they commit to supporting BIP148. Be polite, but firm.
No-one is asking them to support bip148 in exclusion to the legacy coin, we're only asking that, come August 1, they list bip148 coins, to give users the option to trade them. Supporting BIP148 is very low cost, so let them know how important it is to users.
If you've been out of the loop and don't know what all this BIP148/segwit/UASF business is about, to put it simply: Segwit is a technical change to the protocol that will provide a long-term solution for scalability, decrease transaction fees and stop ASIC Boost (a mining trick that gives some an unfair advantage). As (some) miners benefit tremendously from the status quo, they have blocked implementing Segwit. UASF/BIP148 is a new way to implement Segwit.
I highly recommend the following links to educate yourself more fully:
https://www.uasf.co
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QjZk7N7RXfA
https://www.weusecoins.com/uasf-guide/
https://medium.com/@lukedashjbip148-and-the-risks-it-entails-for-you-whether-you-run-a-bip148-node-or-not-b7d2dbe85ce6
https://medium.com/@elombrozo/why-i-support-bip148-4b4c0a9feb4d
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Giving away small amounts of bits for testing purposes

THIS IS NOW OVER.
Subscribe to /btc for more of these as we expand! I'm also giving away random bigger amounts (donuts, coffees, beers) for contributors (post news, participate in discussions, start a debate, etc).
I'm giving away 100 bits per person who posts here. If you do not want it, please do not post a top-level comment. This is for people who are new to Bitcoin and would like to play around with a little bit of money without risking their own in it.
100 bits is only $0.03 USD approximately. It's an amount to test with only, and will not be able to buy you anything. If you'd like more, you can purchase on an exchange, or stick around this sub (/btc) or /freebits and we often hand out larger amounts for quality content.
This /btc sub is a new subreddit that facilitates discussion, questions, news, and all kinds of other posts about bitcoin, without the usual circle jerk. We encourage skeptics, and love debate - because that's how things improve, by discussing things from all sides. I hope people can subscribe and we can turn this new subreddit into something great.
Resources for new users:
www.weusecoins.com (information)
www.coinbase.com (wallet & exchange)
www.circle.com (wallet & exchange)
www.blockchain.info (wallet & blockchain)
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I'm only a tiny online retailer, but I've decided to offer bitcoin as a payment option at my store. Short story inside.

I know larger online retailers are finally adopting bitcoin (albeit at a slow pace), and I'm definitely not the first among tiny online retailers to be accepting bitcoin, but I'm ecstatic about finally being able to offer it at my store! I want to share with you my story in case any small retailers like me are still on the fence about adopting bitcoin.
As a small business owner, I'm pressed for time and money. It's obvious that bitcoin will save me money on transaction fees because I travel often, but it wasn't until a few things started happening that finally allowed a small retailer like me to offer this exciting new currency.
All the above addressed my concerns about adopting bitcoin for my business. So, if you are a small retailer still on the fence about accepting btc I hope my experience have made your decision clearer. Feel free to ask me any questions you may have here!
~
Speaking of bitcoin-exclusive discounts: My store, Postertext - Art prints for book lovers will be offering a whopping 25% off on your entire order this holiday season. If you have a friend who likes to read, then definitely check out our store. The designs are made entire out of text from your favorite books!
EDIT: Thank you for all the support! It just dawned on me that you guys might be interested in our Linux poster - featuring Tux the penguin himself.
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"Network consensus is not built on computing power but rather the faithful interpretation of a ruleset" ~ Blockstream co-founder Mark Friedenbach // "When did we get to the point of having people contributing to the reference implementation without even reading the bloody white paper?" ~ u/observerc

https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/5okqnk/if_you_are_using_any_noncore_wallet_you_are_not/dckfpps
TL;DR:
Maybe these are subtle points - but if you're a "Co-Founder of Blockstream", then shouldn't you understand these things?
Blockstream Co-Founder Mark Friedenbach or u/maaku7 has repeatedly displayed a shocking amount of ignorance about almost all the important aspects of Bitcoin:
Today he displayed his shocking ignorance one more time, when he got slapped down for saying "the exact opposite of what the original white paper says" - as quoted in the OP.
Blockstream Co-Founder Mark Friedenbach u/maaku7 perfectly fits the definition of a "useful idiot".
If he weren't getting paid by the fiat banking cartel, then he would be ignored.
And we should ignore him - because he doesn't understand Bitcoin, and he is actually working actively (although perhaps unconsciously / unintentionally, in his "blissful ignorance") to destroy Bitcoin.
If Mark Friedenbach doesn't understand how Satoshi successfully designed Bitcoin to work, and if he wants to radically change Bitcoin into something totally different - then he should fork off to some alt-coin (like his failed Freicoin)... and he should stop trying to impose his radical, dangerous and ignorant ideas on the rest of the Bitcoin community - no matter how self-important he might feel getting paid all that "fantasy fiat" from AXA as Co-Founder of Blockstream.
Details:
This is now the fifth time in recent memory where Blockstream co-founder Mark Friedenbach or u/maaku7 has proudly and publicly displayed his profound misunderstandings about some of the most important aspects of Bitcoin.
People are starting to ask serious questions about how and why an uninformed person like Mark Friedenbach has managed to get himself into a position of power at Blockstream where he now feels empowered to try to radical, misinformed and dangerous ideas on the rest of the Bitcoin community.
Five shocking examples illustrating Mark Friedenbach's utter cluelessness about fiat, Bitcoin, Nakamoto Consensus, open-source software develompent, and the dangers of Turing-completeness are listed below:
(1) Mark Friedenbach displayed his profound misunderstanding of how existing, central-banker-controlled fiat currencies work - when he ignorantly stated that he thinks fiat is run by "majority rule":
"I'm pationate about Bitcoin. I have zero passion for majority-vote to change the rules system. We have one of those already -- it's called fiat." - maaku7
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/418y5p/im_pationate_about_bitcoin_i_have_zero_passion/?st=iy2xte3q&sh=7cde5aa9
(2) Mark Friedenbach displayed his profound misunderstanding of how Satoshi's brilliant innovation of "Nakamoto consensus" works - when he ignorantly stated that he thinks Bitcoin is not run by "majority rule":
"Core dev" maaku7 is on the front page today for saying he'd "quit" if users were the "boss" of Bitcoin. He was already being laughed at yesterday in another thread for saying he thought fiat was run by "majority-vote". Let him "quit". He never actually understood how Bitcoin works.
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/41j818/core_dev_umaaku7_is_on_the_front_page_today_fo
(Evidently he thinks that he's the "boss" of Bitcoin - because he's presumably getting hundreds of thousands of dollars a year from [the central bankers who own Blockstream]()??)
(3) Mark Friedenbach displayed his profound misunderstanding of how open-source development of compatible software implementations works - when he ignorantly stated:
"If you are using any non-Core wallet, you are not doing full validation of the blockchain [...]" [~ u/maaku7]
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/5okqnk/if_you_are_using_any_noncore_wallet_you_are_not
(4) Mark Friedenbach displayed his profound misunderstading of how Satoshi deliberately avoided making Bitcoin Turing-complete in order to prevent the disaster of "The DAO" - when he ignorantly stated that he wants to add dangerous Turing-complete scripting extensions to Bitcoin:
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/41j818/core_dev_umaaku7_is_on_the_front_page_today_focz2xt35/
(5) And now, Mark Friedenbach has once again displayed his profound misunderstanding of how Bitcoin rules are determined by Nakamoto consensus based on the majority hashpower on the network - when he made the shockingly idiotic statement quoted in title of this post - and immediately got slapped down for saying "the exact opposite of what the original white paper says":
[u/maaku7] "Network consensus is not built on computing power but rather the faithful interpretation of a ruleset"
[u/observerc] "WTF man... And you have been contributing for the most used implementation... Wow... Just... You just said the exact opposite of what the original white paper says. The whole point of the paper is too show how consensus can be built on hashpower distribution. Not only it demonstrates it conceptually, satoshi even made it idiot proof: one processor one vote. Wow... We are really screwed... When did we get to the point of having people contributing to the reference implementation without even reading the bloody white paper?"
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/5okqnk/if_you_are_using_any_noncore_wallet_you_are_not/dckfpps
So, Blockstream Co-Founder Mark Friedenbach u/maaku7:
  • does not understand how fiat actually works,
  • does not understand how Bitcoin actually works,
  • does not understand how open-source software development of compatible implementations works
  • does not understand how and why Satoshi deliberately avoiding making Bitcoin Turing-complete in order to avoid the disaster of The DAO.
  • does not understand how Nakamoto Consensus works.
At this point, it's fair to ask whether Blockstream Co-Founder Mark Friedenbach understands anything about how Bitcoin works.
And we should also be asking ourselves: Why is AXA paying someone this ignorant about Bitcoin to be a "Co-Founder of Blockstream"? What is going on here??
This is part of a ongoing pattern which we have been observing from Core/Blockstream:
Evidently, once guys like...
  • Blockstream Co-Founder Mark Friedenbach u/maaku7
  • Blockstream CTO Greg Maxwell u/nullc
  • Blockstream CEO Adam Back u/adam3us
...started getting paid hundreds of thousands of dollars per year (How much fiat do these fiat-rich, bitcoin-poor, anti-Bitcoin losers actually make? It would be interesting to know...) from the second-most powerful "legacy fiat financial" firm in the world - AXA...
... then apparently this makes them feel like they can go around dictating their ignorant ideas about how Bitcoin "should" work - attempting to override how Bitcoin actually does work, as designed by Satoshi.
People are tired of these ignorant, misguided efforts on the part of Mark Friedenbach and the rest of his buddies at Blockstream to undermine Satoshi's highly successful design for Bitcoin:
This is why more and more Bitcoin nodes (about 25%) have un-installed Blockstream/Core's cripplecode and installed code which scales the way Satoshi intended - via bigger blocks.
About 25% of the network is now running Bitcoin Classic and Bitcoin Unlimited - which (unliked BitcoinCore/Blockstream) follow the design of "p2p electronic cash" as designed by Satoshi - and the number blocks mined by these compatible clients (which support decentralized, market-based decision-making of blocksize for on-chain scaling) keeps reaching all-time highs.
Bitcoin works differently from NASA
It is true that Mark Friedenbach previously worked at NASA - so he's probably not an idiot about everything.
But a decentralized, permissionless p2p currency like Bitcoin is radically different from a hierarchical, centralized, top-down organization like NASA.
Bitcoin involves subtle concepts about markets, economics, consensus-building and collaborative open-source software development - stuff which is all clearly way over Mark Friedenbach's head.
Just because he worked at NASA - and is now getting paid Lord-knows-how-much in fantasy fiat by the central bankers of AXA as Co-Founder of Blockstream - does not automatically mean that he has anything valuable to contribute to Bitcoin - as shown by his long history of clueless, damaging statements about Bitcoin.
Mark Friedenbach's Freicoin scam abortion
If Mark Friedenbach and his buddies at Core/Blockstream don't like how Satoshi designed Bitcoin, then they should feel free to fork off or design their own alt-coin
Actually Mark Friedenbach already did design a failed alt-coin, called "Freicoin":
Conclusion
With these repeated misguided, clueless statements from Mark Friedenbach, it is becoming increasingly clear that:
  • Blockstream Co-Founder Mark Friedenbach u/maaku7 has repeatedly demonstrated a profound nd shocking ignorance of almost all the important aspects of Bitcoin - including: how fiat works, how Nakamoto Consensus works, how open-source software development works, and how Satoshi protected Bitcoin by making it non-Turing-complete.
  • Regardless of how self-important he might feel as Co-Founder of Blockstream getting tons of fiat from AXA, Mark Friedenbach is not the "boss" of Bitcoin. If he doesn't like / understand how Bitcoin works, then he should go try to fix his failed Freicoin - and stop trying to force his radical, ignorant changes on the rest of the Bitcoin community.
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Microsoft rejected my Bitcoin wallet app. How long can Windows Phone afford to remain the only mobile OS that doesn't allow bitcoin management?

I recently started to develop a Bitcoin wallet app (Blockchain.info client) for Windows Phone, as it's currently the only OS that doesn't have one.
Here's an introduction to Bitcoins
Here's the original Windows Phone Bitcoin wallet thread on /bitcoin.
Here are some early screenshots of the app.
Two weeks ago, I submitted the application to the Windows Phone marketplace for certification. Unfortunately, Microsoft rejected my app. They said that they wouldn't allow any kind of transaction to be made natively (all transactions must be done in an https browser view, which defeats the purpose of an app). I argued that many other apps did allow payments to be made directly from the app experience (no browser view), but they still refused. They simply rejected my submission, without providing reference to any specific certification requirement.
Based on what they told me, it seems like there's no way Microsoft is going to accept a bitcoin wallet (or any app allowing transactions) which does not rely on web views.
iOS allows bitcoin wallets. Android allows bitcoin wallets. Why can't Windows Phone allow them too?
With bitcoin adoption increasing as quickly as ever, how long can Windows Phone afford to remain the only mobile OS that doesn't allow native bitcoin management?
EDIT: Just to make things clear, Microsoft did not explicitly prohibit Bitcoin apps. They simply reject apps that make third-party transactions natively. Such transactions can only be made in a browser (embedded or not) with a visible andfully editable HTTPS/SSL address. Other major mobile OSes, such as iOS and Android, don't have such limitations. Coinbase for iOS or Blockchain for Android, like they currently behave, would not pass Microsoft certification.
EDIT 2: Here's the latest reply they sent me:
Applications which process or allow payments must do so external to the application, as yours does, via web control. However, the address bar must be visible to users so they may verify the secure connection (https://). We will be updating our public facing Policy soon, to make these requirements clear before developers submit their applications. In it's current form, Blockchain will not pass certification. You will need to update the application to make the address bar visible to users.
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[Giveaway] I am here to provide info on Bitcoin and Changetip social tipping platform.

Hi! There is a growing wave of tipping happening in other subreddits, twitter and youtube. If anyone is interested in changetip or bitcoin in general then I am here to provide info on both. I will also give a small tip to everyone who comments in this thread so you can try out and learn about bitcoin yourself. The amount will be a hundred bits or so. Its enough to divide it up and tip it to others or just mess around with bitcoin - Send it between your wallets etc.
Please read:
Feel free to share this post with your friends and crosspost it to other subreddits that might be interested :)
Brand new to bitcoin? watch this short video: www.weusecoins.com
Subscribe to: /Bitcoin
Want some more bits? There is always an ongoing giveaway in /FreeBits
Where can I buy bitcoin? www.btcxindia.com www.unocoin.com
What are bits? Bitcoins can be divided into little tiny pieces - even smaller than bits. There are 1,000,000 bits in a bitcoin. 100 bits is currently worth about 3.5 cents (in USD)
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Hey there, /r/Triangle. I've got some free bits for anyone who's never tried bitcoin and would like to see what all the fuss is about

The title sums it up pretty well. The /Bitcoin community has been getting pretty generous with the tips, and I've got a few thousand stacked up in my ChangeTip wallet. Don't get too excited, a few thousand bits is still a very small fraction of a whole bitcoin (one "bit" is actually a microbitcoin, or 0.000001 btc, meaning a hundred 'bits' is currently worth about three and a half cents). But this denomination is perfect for online tipping and micropayments (a friend of mine is about to launch a video site that has a micropayment pay wall, the vast majority of which goes to the content creator, rather than Google).
So yeah. Who wants to experiment with a couple/few hundred bits and the ChangeTip wallet? What's ChangeTip? A online wallet app that allows you to tip other people with bitcoin on a variety of social media platforms like reddit, twitter, facebook, etc. All ChangeTip transactions take place off of the blockchain, so there is no transaction fee until you withdraw from the ChangeTip wallet.
Last but not least, not so shameless plug for http://www.meetup.com/Triangle-Bitcoin-Meetup/ which meets next Nov 17th in the middle of Nash Square, next to the Fallen Fire Fighters Memorial
I encourage my bitcoin loving Triangle brethren to join me in spreading the digital love.
Edit: If you are new to Bitcoin, check out We Use Coins and Bitcoin.org. You can also explore the Bitcoin Wiki
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