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**BRASIL BITCOIN** Notícias, perguntas, descubra, denuncie. Tudo sobre **Bitcoin** aqui e no mundo. Bitcoin é a moeda da Internet: um dinheiro descentralizado e com alcance mundial. Diferente das moedas tradicionais como o dólar, os bitcoins são emitidos e gerenciados sem qualquer autoridade central que seja: não existe governo, empresa ou banco no comando do Bitcoin. Dessa forma ele é mais resistente a inflações selvagens e bancos corruptos. Com o Bitcoin, você pode ser seu próprio banco.
Más de 1 billón USD de Bitcoin ha sido tokenizado en Ethereum
El suministro total de BTC tokenizados superó los 92,600 el jueves, o el 0,42% del suministro total de BTC. En enero, se tokenizaron menos de 1.200 BTC por valor de menos de 7 millones USD. Por su parte ETH rompe récords a medida y los ingresos de los mineros se disparan. En esta nota te dejamos detalles de lo que viene pasando con las dos principales criptomonedas del mercado. https://preview.redd.it/ks2x4263fxn51.png?width=987&format=png&auto=webp&s=693851f38a0461ff08497c9d33915d77077fa887 Septiembre 18.- La tokenización de Bitcoin en Ethereum logró máximos llegando a 1 billón de dólares, pasando los 92,600 el jueves, o el 0,42% del suministro total de BTC. En enero, se tokenizaron menos de 1.200 BTC por valor de menos de 7 millones USD. Conocido como Bitcoin envuelto o WBTC, es el proyecto más grande de Bitcoin tokenizado y ha acuñado más de 60,500 BTC desde su lanzamiento a principios de 2019, lo que representa más del 65% del suministro total de BTC en tokens.
Aumento de demanda de BTC en ETH
La gran demanda de compra en el mostrador es una de las razones del rápido aumento en la oferta de BTC tokenizados, según Sam Bankman-Fried, director ejecutivo de FTX y cofundador de Alameda Research. La demanda OTC de WBTC comenzó en FTX con el advenimiento del crecimiento desmesurado de la agricultura de rendimiento de las finanzas descentralizadas, dijo Bankman-Fried. La demanda continuó creciendo a medida que aumentaba el valor total de los protocolos DeFi. Casi el 70% de todos los WBTC acuñados en agosto fueron reclamados por Alameda Research, como han informado los servicios de revisión de cifras criptográficas. RenBTC, el segundo proyecto más grande de bitcoins con token, ha emitido 22,000 bitcoins con token desde mayo, según los datos consultados en Dune Analytics.
Comportamiento de Bitcoin
Bitcoin (BTC) cotiza alrededor de 10,988 USD a las 20:00 UTC (4 p.m. ET). Deslizándose 0,73% en las últimas 24 horas. El rango de 24 horas de Bitcoin: $ 10,735- $11,052 USD BTC se encuentra por encima de sus promedios móviles de 10 y 50 días, una señal alcista para los técnicos del mercado. Bitcoin se movió a la baja el jueves, llegando a 10,735 USD en intercambios al contado como Coinbase, pero recuperándose a 10,980 USD en el momento del cierre de esta publicación. Andrew Tu, un ejecutivo de la firma de comercio cuantitativo Efficient Frontier, ve 11,000 USD como un precio clave de Bitcoin. "$ 11,000 han servido como soporte y resistencia durante los últimos dos meses". Si rompemos adecuadamente los $ 11,000, podemos subir nuevamente a 12,000 USD, mientras que, si no logramos romper, entonces podemos volver a 10,700 USD y luego a 10,000 USD, sostuvo en entrevista. Hasta ahora, en septiembre, Bitcoin ha superado dos veces la marca de los 11,000 USD, la más reciente el miércoles antes del anuncio de la Reserva Federal, sobre las tasas de interés sin cambios y permitiendo que la inflación supere el 2% en el corto plazo. Katie Stockton, analista de Fairlead Strategies, ve una falta de impulso en el mercado de bitcoins: “Hoy es un día interno para bitcoin, cuando el rango alto-bajo del día está abarcado por el rango del día anterior, por lo que la acción no está afectando el gráfico de una manera significativa. De hecho, el rango de precios de bitcoin del miércoles fue más amplio, de 10,662 USD a 11,099 USD por Bitcoin”, sostuvo el experto. En el mercado de opciones, la volatilidad implícita, una medida del movimiento de precios pronosticado de Bitcoin, es mucho más alta que la volatilidad realizada, que se basa en cambios históricos de precios. Este fenómeno ha estado ocurriendo desde julio a medida que los operadores de opciones están cubriendo cada vez más sus apuestas de bitcoin. La volatilidad histórica realizada ha disminuido significativamente mientras que la volatilidad implícita ha aumentado a medida que los inversores están cada vez más dispuestos a pagar por una mayor protección de precios, muestran los gráficos. Esto también está sucediendo en el mercado de opciones de ETH, aunque no tan pronunciado como en Bitcoin. Los inversores aún esperan un aumento de precios adicional como parte de la recompensa del halving ocurrido en mayo y que redujo la nueva oferta de bitcoins que llegan al mercado.
Ethereum rompe récords
Los mineros en la segunda cadena de bloques más grande de las criptomonedas tuvieron un día extraordinario el jueves, ganando un récord de 16 millones USD, un número creciente de transacciones relacionadas con las Finanzas Descentralizadas DeFi. Los datos recopilados de Etherscan muestran que los mineros recolectaron un total de 42,763 ETH en tarifas de transacción el jueves, un nuevo récord histórico. Eso vale actualmente casi a 16,5 millones USD, según los datos recopilados. Eso se produce mientrs los volúmenes diarios en Ethereum aumentaron casi 400,000 el jueves a 1.4 millones de transacciones, rompiendo también el récord anterior de 1.34 millones alcanzado en enero de 2018. La actividad se ha disparado desde el año pasado a medida que se daba un crecimiento acelerado en torno a las finanzas descentralizadas, que se basa principalmente en Ethereum, ha alcanzado un punto álgido. El sitio de estadísticas DeFi Prime muestra que los volúmenes mensuales para los intercambios descentralizados, que incluyen Uniswap, Curve y Balancer, aumentaron casi $ 4 mil millones a un total de $ 16 mil millones para el 1 de septiembre. A principios de año, los volúmenes combinados apenas alcanzaron los 600 millones de dólares. Actualmente hay más de 9 billones de dólares en activos bloqueados en aplicaciones DeFi, según DeFi Pulse, en comparación con aproximadamente 675 millones USD a principios de año. Al comienzo de esta semana, Tether movió un billón de dólares en USDT, una moneda estable compatible con muchas aplicaciones DeFi, del ecosistema Tron a Ethereum en nombre de un intercambio sin nombre, el segundo intercambio de este monto en el último mes. El CTO de Tether, Paolo Ardoino, declaró que era definitivamente probable que los intercambios quisieran más USDT en Ethereum para poder satisfacer la creciente demanda proveniente del espacio DeFi. Estas lecturas que se hacen del mercado a partir de la revisión de los movimientos de las dos criptomonedas más importantes nos revelan el crecimiento tanto en BTC como valor refugio y la capacidad de sostenimiento en el futro de ETH, como una inversión robusta dentro del mercado de las Finanzas Descentralizadas (DeFi).
Faswet permite aprovechar el momento
Como vemos, las dos principales criptomonedas por capitalización de mercado se mueven para ir posicionando confianza entre los inversionistas que buscan de mejor forma ampliar sus inversiones. En Faswet, de la manera más segura, se pueden revisar ofertas del mercado descentralizado de Bitcoin y Ethereum para compra, venta e intercambio. No pierdas oportunidad, ingresa en Faswet: https://faswet.com/es
04-03 10:14 - '[quote] lol, you’re a fucking retard. / You have knowledge of every bitcoin transaction in history? People buy 1 million USD with bitcoin all the time. You’re a dumb fuck, quit running your mouth trying to “win” you just make...' by /u/highdra removed from /r/Bitcoin within 653-663min
lol, you’re a fucking retard. You have knowledge of every bitcoin transaction in history? People buy 1 million USD with bitcoin all the time. You’re a dumb fuck, quit running your mouth trying to “win” you just make yourself look like an idiot. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: highdra
Bitcoin *can* go to 10,000 USD with 4 MB blocks, so it *will* go to 10,000 USD with 4 MB blocks. All the censorship & shilling on r\bitcoin & fantasy fiat from AXA can't stop that. BitcoinCORE might STALL at 1,000 USD and 1 MB blocks, but BITCOIN will SCALE to 10,000 USD and 4 MB blocks - and beyond
I don’t anticipate that fees will be needed anytime soon, but if it becomes too burdensome to run a node, it is possible to run a node that only processes transactions that include a transaction fee. The owner of the node would decide the minimum fee they’ll accept. Right now, such a node would get nothing, because nobody includes a fee, but if enough nodes did that, then users would get faster acceptance if they include a fee, or slower if they don’t. The fee the market would settle on should be minimal. If a node requires a higher fee, that node would be passing up all transactions with lower fees. It could do more volume and probably make more money by processing as many paying transactions as it can. The transition is not controlled by some human in charge of the system though, just individuals reacting on their own to market forces. Total circulation will be 21,000,000 coins. It’ll be distributed to network nodes when they make blocks, with the amount cut in half every 4 years. When that runs out, the system can support transaction fees if needed. It’s based on open market competition, and there will probably always be nodes willing to process transactions for free.
Only a fool (or u/FrankenMint LOL) could read something so simple and clear and irrefutable and think he could somehow "rebut" it. The fact is, u/Frankenmint and r\bitcoin and Core\Blockstream are running scared. Their arguments are weak and stupid - because they're based on central planning funded by central bankers. They feel a certain amount of confidence, coddled by the censorship of Mommy Theymos and the millions of dollars of fantasy fiat from AXA - but they've only won some early skirmishes - and all that "coddling" has actually made them very, very weak. Long-term, the only thing they've managed to do is make the whole cryptocurrency community dislike them and distrust them - and for good reason. Bitcoin doesn't need central bankers paying coders to do central planning for how many people can use the network and how big the blocks on the network can be. You know that, I know that, Satoshi knows that - in fact everyone knows that - except for the fools who have become confused by being coddled so long by the corruption and censorship of Mommy Theymos and the dirty fantasy fiat from AXA. The reality out here on the ground, in the free world, where real miners and real users are really using Bitcoin, is that Bitcoin can use 4 MB blocks and it can rise to 10,000 USD - and so it eventually probably will. The central planners... and the central bankers who pay them via AXA... via AXA Strategic Ventures... via the payroll of Blockstream... they might be able kill r\bitcoin and they might be able to kill BitcoinCore - but they can't kill Bitcoin. Out here in the real world, we already know too much. The facts are all on our side, and no amount of corrupt censorship or central planning or dirty fantasy fiat printed up by central bankers and handed over to corrupt incompetent devs can stop the market and the technology in the real world. The two salient facts in the real world are as follows: (1) They can't fight the technology. Everyone (except for the usual tiny sad downvoted chorus of irrelevant trolls like pb1x, belcher_, bitusher, CosmicHemorrhoid, pizzaface18, UKCoin, etc.) knows that 4 MB blocks are already supported by the existing available infrastructure (bandwith, processing power, etc.) - as exemplified by the following links:
New Cornell Study Recommends a 4MB Blocksize for Bitcoin
I think that it will be easier to increase the volume of transactions 10x than it will be to increase the cost per transaction 10x. - jtoomim (miner, coder, founder of Classic)
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/48gcyj/i_think_that_it_will_be_easier_to_increase_the/ (2) They can't fight the market. Everybody knows that there are tens of trillions of dollars in fantasy fiat sloshing around the world (as well as 1.2 quadrillion dollars "notional" in derivatives) - and a certain (smart) percentage of it will inevitably get parked in the world's first counterparty-free digital asset: Bitcoin. http://money.visualcapitalist.com/all-of-the-worlds-money-and-markets-in-one-visualization/ BitcoinCore is crippled and fragile. Bitcoin is robust and antifragile. Central planners paid by central bankers, living in a bubble of censorship at r\bitcoin and Core/Blockstream, are doomed to become confused and weak. For years they've been repeating that "Bitcoin blocks will never be bigger than 4 MB" and now u/FrankenMint has given them a new dreary slogan: "Bitcoin price will never be higher than 10,000 USD". Puh-lease LOL!! History will look back on them as sad little nobodies - if they are remembered at all - once "Bitcoin 4 MB 10,000 USD" steamrolls right over them. They used to ban discussion of bigger blocks as being "altcoins." Now they're so delicate, they're banning discussion of economics. What a bunch of losers. They can't even let an article about economics and fees (based on quotes from Satoshi) stay on their little loser forum. Actually, this isn't the first time they've censored quotes from Satoshi threaten their little bubble-world:
The moderators of r\bitcoin have now removed a post which was just quotes by Satoshi Nakamoto.
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/49l4uh/the_moderators_of_rbitcoin_have_now_removed_a/ "Sad!" They're getting weaker and weaker Remember how this whole drama started: first they started censoring bigger blocks as being "alt-coins" - claiming that it was somehow important to make sure that Bitcoin remains tiny enough to drown in a bathtub run on Luke-Jr's Raspberry Pi in the swamplands of Florida - even when successful major business owners like Brian Armstrong, the founder of Coinbase, pointed out how silly and wrong-headed they were being:
"What if every bank and accounting firm needed to start running a Bitcoin node?" – bdarmstrong
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/5jac6h/john_blocke_the_fee_market_myth/ https://medium.com/@johnblocke/the-fee-market-myth-b9d189e45096#.c5z2bvddh The horror! This is the smoking gun showing how weak and wrong they are. Censoring an article about economics and fees quoting Satoshi shows the horrible depths of weakness and desperation (and stupidity) of the central planners at r\bitcoin and Core/Blockstream - and the central bankers who pay them. They're so terrified (and so wrong) about the simple obvious facts regarding the technology and the market that they can't even deal with a simple and clear article talking about fees and quoting Satoshi. This is the "smoking gun" showing how pathetic and weak and wrong they are. Plus their whole terminology about "fee markets" is total bullshit. As I pointed out recently:
Letting FEES float without letting BLOCKSIZES float is NOT a "market". A market has 2 sides: One side provides a product/service (blockspace), the other side pays fees/money (BTC). An "efficient market" is when players compete and evolve on BOTH sides, approaching an ideal FEE/BLOCKSIZE EQUILIBRIUM.
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/5dz7ye/letting_fees_float_without_letting_blocksizes/ But this is what inevitably happens when people engage in central planning (of opinions, blocksizes, fees, and now price) paid for by central bankers: They became stupid and weak. Meanwhile, their sycophantic "supporters" never have any actual arguments. If you read the comments of their loyal trolls, they never make any arguments, they never cite any facts, they never offer any figures. They just make snide little sneers. Because they have nothing to say. So now, even a simple little article arguing about markets and economics is too much for them to handle - they have to run to Mommy Theymos to censor it. They're on the wrong side of the market and on the wrong side of the technology - and on the wrong side of history. They've revealed their true colors - and they've shown that they are very, very weak and confused:
They want to centrally plan the technology - by pulling some 1 MB number out of their ass as a "max blocksize" instead of letting the miners decide.
They want to centrally plan the market - by pulling some more numbers out of their ass, saying "Bitcoin will never reach 10,000 USD" - instead of letting the market decide.
Good luck with that! All they're going to do is create an irrelevant little centrally planned shitcoin running on a codebase written by confused devs paid by central bankers. Meanwhile, out here in honey-badger territory, the facts are simple, and no amount of censorship and filthy "fantasy fiat" can deny them: (1) The Cornell study showed that current hardware and infrastructure supported 4 MB blocks YEARS AGO. https://np.reddit.com/btc/search?q=cornell+4+mb&restrict_sr=on&sort=relevance&t=all (2) Metcalfe's law has been holding up rather nicely, showing that Bitcoin price has indeed been roughly proportional to the square of Bitcoin volume / users / adoption (although price did start to dip in late 2014 - when Blockstream was founded). https://np.reddit.com/btc/search?q=metcalfe&restrict_sr=on&sort=relevance&t=all (3) So Bitcoin with 4 MB blocks at 10,000 USD is totally possible and therefore very likely - given how human greed and fear work in the real world (and given how corrupt and incompetent the other central planners and central bankers are - not the ones involved with r\bitcoin and Core\Blockstream, but the ones involved with "fantasy fiat".) Even the CTO of Blockstream, Greg Maxwell u/nullc, proud author of BitcoinCore's scaling stalling "roadmap", is becoming more shrill and desperate in his arguing tactics. He can't deny that the Cornell study said 4 MB blocks would work - so instead he tries to engage in semantics and hair-splitting, claiming that the Cornell study didn't actually quite "recommend" 4 MB blocks. But in the real world, nobody cares about Gregonomic semantics. If 4 MB blocks will work, it doesn't matter whether the Cornell study emphatically "recommended" them. It did show that they were possible - which is all that matters to the market, no matter what some bleating pinhead like One-Meg Greg says. And, due to the reality of Metcalfe's law out here in the real world, 4x more volume / users / adoption will correspond to around 42 = 16x price, or in the range of 10,000 USD - like it pretty much always has on most networks - regardless of whether some non-entity like u/FrankenMint thinks he can make a pathetic wannabe "rebuttal" to Satoshi's ideas on markets and fees. Don't cry for me, tiny blockers. Bitcoin can go 4 MB blocksize and 10,000 USD price - so it will. The fork of Bitcoin that does this could be BitcoinCore - but if BitcoinCore stalls at 1 MB and 1,000 USD, then Bitcoin will just fork to a non-crippled codebase in its inexorable rise to 4 MB and 10,000 USD. The reality is: 4 MB blocks and 10,000 USD price are feasible - so they're inevitable. The genie is out of the bottle. The central planners can continue to censor and shill all they want on r\bitcoin and their other websites... The central bankers can continue to shovel millions of dollars in fantasy fiat to corrupt incompetent devs like u/nullc and u/adam3us... ...but the market and the technology do not give a fuck. The most that the central planners and central bankers can do is destroy their own shitty repo: BitcoinCore. They can't destroy Bitcoin iteself. Bitcoin can go to 4 MB and 10,000 USD - so it will.
1 BTC = 64 000 USD would be > $1 trillion market cap - versus $7 trillion market cap for gold, and $82 trillion of "money" in the world. Could "pure" Bitcoin get there without SegWit, Lightning, or Bitcoin Unlimited? Metcalfe's Law suggests that 8MB blocks could support a price of 1 BTC = 64 000 USD
Graph - Visualizing Metcalfe's Law: The relationship between Bitcoin's market cap and the square of the number of transactions
Bitcoin has its own E = mc2 law: Market capitalization is proportional to the square of the number of transactions. But, since the number of transactions is proportional to the (actual) blocksize, then Blockstream's artificial blocksize limit is creating an artificial market capitalization limit!
Bitcoin's market price is trying to rally, but it is currently constrained by Core/Blockstream's artificial blocksize limit. Chinese miners can only win big by following the market - not by following Core/Blockstream. The market will always win - either with or without the Chinese miners.
Some people are worried that SegWit would over-complicate the code, and Lightning will create centralized, censorable hubs
Other people are worried that Bitcoin Unlimited would give too much control to miners.
Maybe both groups of people could agree on a "minimal change" approach. What if we simply change the "max blocksize" from 1 MB to 8 MB - and leave everything else unchanged? Then...
Nobody would have to worry about "unknown game theory" involving Bitcoin Unlimited
And nobody would have to worry about "technical debt" involving SegWit, or "centralized hubs" with Lightning.
It be great if we could get to $1 trillion market cap the simple and safe way - just by following Satoshi's vision. You Do The Math - u/ydtm ! Just for the fun of it, we can estimate some rough projections for the next four years - up until the time of the next "halving":
1.68 * 1.68 * 1.68 * 1.68 = 8, so let's say that blocksize goes up 1.68x (ie 68%) per year, or 8x over four years.
2.83 * 2.83 * 2.83 * 2.83 = 64, so let's say that price goes up 2.83x (ie 183%) per year, or 64x over four years.
These certainly aren't "outrageous" estimates - in fact, they're fairly conservative and realistic - especially given the ongoing problems in the "legacy" system of "fiat" currencies (devaluation, war on cash, hyperinflation, bank bail-ins, gold confiscation, etc.) So, with minimal alterations (simply changing a "1" to an "8" in the code, and making any other associated changes), after 4 years of this kind of realistic projected growth, Bitcoin could be in a very, very good place. By 2020-2021, Bitcoin price could be on the moon - and Bitcoin "full nodes" could be decentralized all over the face of the Earth
Bitcoin price over 60 000 USD
Bitcoin market cap over $1 trillion USD
Bitcoin blocksize around 8 MB - which the vast majority of users would easily be able to download every 10 minutes (even behind Tor)
This might be the simplest and safest path to success for Bitcoin right now. Money Bandwidth makes the world go around Installing broadband is not "rocket science". It's just laying some "dumb" cables.
"What if every bank and accounting firm needed to start running a Bitcoin node?" – bdarmstrong (Brian Armstrong, founder & CEO of Coinbase)
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/3zaony/what_if_every_bank_and_accounting_firm_needed_to/ Note: The estimate of $82 trillion of "money" in the world came from a recent article in the Financial Times of London, quoting a study done by the CIA in 2014. TL;DR: I am one of the biggest pessimists about most things in the world. But I'm a big optimist about Satoshi's Bitcoin - and about its ability to the moon while staying decentralized - with almost no changes to the existing code. UPDATE: WARNING: A certain well-known person, who always gets massively downvoted on this more-free sub, is commenting below (and getting massively downvoted as usual), trying to deploy the "scare tactic" of "OMG DATACENTERS!!!1!" - which is actually a straw man (ie, it's a non-issue). Please remember that the OP is based specifically on a 8 MB blocksize - which would not need the dreaded DATACENTERS!!!1!" - because a sufficient number of people in the world can already download 8 MB in 10 minutes (even behind Tor) on their home Internet connections. So beware of trolls / disruptors who trot out this straw man / scare tactic of "DATACENTERS!!!1!". This is tired piece of propaganda on their part - which has been debunked repeatedly - but they still keep trying to scare people with this non-issue. The whole idea of this OP is to argue that we can potentially get to around 50 000 - 60 000 USD per coin, and $1 trillion market cap - merely by allowing the blocksize to grow from 1 MB to 8 MB - and not changing anything else in the code - no SegWit (although solving transaction malleability and quadratic time could certainly be added at some point), no Lightning - no Bitcoin Unlimited - and... no datacenters. Satoshi's Bitcoin is a really massive success after just 8 years - and the ballpark figures in this OP suggest that it can be a really, really, really, really massive success in something like 4 more years - by making only a tiny, Satoshi-approved change to the code (changing the "max blocksize" from 1 MB to 8 MB), and doing no "weird stuff" - no SegWit-as-a-spaghetti-code-Soft-Fork, no Lightning-centralized-hubs, and no Dreaded Datacenters! Don't mess with success! And don't listen to trolls lying and saying that 8 MB blocks would need DATACENTERS!!!1! Remember: If you can download 8 MB in 10 minutes at home - preferably behind Tor - then you can run a full node - potentially supporting numbers in the ballpark of USD 50 000 - 60 000 per coin, $1 trillion market cap - with lots of other users like you running nodes around the world - and no major changes to today's code (just changing 1 MB to 8 MB) - and no DATACENTERS!!!1!
BitPay wallet ties fees together for BTC/BCH and setting BCH fee to 1-sat/byte is not possible! Like many other wallets (NOT the Bitcoin.com wallet), they have been infected by the crippled coin problems and thus ave. BCH fees are not near as low as they should be (well under 1/cent USD)
EDIT: u/Ematiu says: the fee setting for BCH is always "normal", it does not use the global config. We will remove this limitation soon... see more details in his posts below... And there seems to be NO way to set BCH fees properly (1-sat/byte). The lowest I could get (today) was at the Super Economy setting which resulted in 4-sat/byte. And the default setting (Normal) is 14-sat/byte. No doubt this is a large (if not WHOLE) part of the reason that the ave. fee history is not near as low as it should be for BCH (<1/cent USD) The Bitcoin.com wallet does NOT lock fees with the crippled coin. And in fact the Bitcoin.com wallet defaults ALL fee settings for BCH to the lowest currently possible of 1-sat/byte! EDIT: So let that sink in... The DEFAULT fee for using BCH in the BitPay wallet is 14X that of the Bitcoin.com wallet and still 4X the fee at the lowest possible setting! EDIT-2 If BitPay is setting the fees dynamically based on the crippled coin status, then using the BitPay wallet can result in even MUCH HIGHER fees... EDIT-3 BitPay, please de-couple the BCH fees from the cripple coin so that those using BCH can tx at the proper fee level of less than 1/cent USD)
The Free Software Foundation has received a 91.45 Bitcoin donation from the Pineapple Fund. Valued at $1 Million USD.
This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 44%. (I'm a bot)
The Free Software Foundation has received a donation in Bitcoin that totals $1 Million USD from the Pineapple Fund. We're overjoyed to announce that the FSF has received an extraordinary gift of 91.45 Bitcoin from the #PineappleFund, valued at $1 million! Huge thanks to the Pineapple Fund for this tremendous contribution to software freedom. The more interesting story though is what the Pineapple Fund is. As of writing this article, the Pineapple Fund has donated over $34 Million USD in Bitcoin to 41 charities around the world. On a larger scale, the Pineapple Fund created a more mysterious form of cryptocurrency philanthropy. The fund aims to give away $86 million worth of Bitcoin, and has already given $20 million worth of the currency to 13 organizations, including million-dollar donations to the Water Project, which provides clean water to people in sub-Saharan Africa, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights watchdog.
06-03 07:52 - 'I am a long time trader and i realized that if you intend to be a trader, your #1 rule should be: find arbitrage possiblities. / The best one at the moment is a $300 spread: / * [Coinbase]: 2460 USD / * [Bitcoin A-Trade]: 276...' by /u/unstrdi removed from /r/Bitcoin within 151-161min
''' I am a long time trader and i realized that if you intend to be a trader, your #1 rule should be: find arbitrage possiblities. The best one at the moment is a $300 spread:
[Coinbase]1 : 2460 USD
[Bitcoin A-Trade]2 : 2760 USD
I used it couple minutes ago: I [traded 5.1 BTC to usd]3 @ 2760 usd at Bitcoin A-Trade, now I will buy them again for 2460 usd a piece at Coinbase... The profit on that is around 1500 usd. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: unstrdi 1: www.*dax*com/tr*de*BTC*US* 2: t**de*thereum*scien*e 3: **ockch*in*info/add*e***18*ycE4Y*QMqR**euupA*C*pMmkfQq4iQq Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
06-26 06:42 - 'I am new to reddit but I have been following bitcoin for over 8 years, I actually paid someone $500 USD in bitcoin when bitcoin was under $1 USD or so. I could not figure out how to buy myself bitcoin, this haunts me to this day...' by /u/jim_1776 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-7min
''' I am new to reddit but I have been following bitcoin for over 8 years, I actually paid someone $500 USD in bitcoin when bitcoin was under $1 USD or so. I could not figure out how to buy myself bitcoin, this haunts me to this day. I sent the guy the $500 via a wire transfer or something actually giving $500 usd to a teller at a bank with emailed instructions to the other person's account (using USD) - I am still not sure exactly how the guy got bitcoin for my $500 usd but he was happy and confirmed he received it. Anyway over the years I have keep educating myself on bitcoin, going to conferences and research it everywhere I can. It has always amazed me how many in the bitcoin community seem to support banks (central or local) and generally fundamentally don't understand why bitcoin has actual value. If you think bitcoin and banks go together in my opinion you are truly missing the big picture. Bitcoin is completely disruptive to the current banking system and that is a very good thing. My 2cents. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: jim_1776
06-01 09:32 - 'If you intend to be a trader, your #1 rule should be: find arbitrage possiblities. / The best one at the moment is a $300 spread: / * [Coinbase]: 2378 USD / * [Bitcoin A-Trade]: 2664 USD / I used it couple minutes ago: I [t...' by /u/cacheling removed from /r/Bitcoin within 274-284min
''' If you intend to be a trader, your #1 rule should be: find arbitrage possiblities. The best one at the moment is a $300 spread:
[Coinbase]1 : 2378 USD
[Bitcoin A-Trade]2 : 2664 USD
I used it couple minutes ago: I [traded 8.9 BTC to usd]3 @ 2664 usd at Bitcoin A-Trade, now I will buy them again for 2378 usd a piece at Coinbase... The profit on that is almost 2600 usd. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: cacheling 1: www.***x.com/trade**TC-US* 2: xeth*re*m.p*e*s 3: **ockchain.*nfo/*dd**ss*19*y*qUjdQke**hYSW**dt*XgKDZYAYPxe Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
I ONLY ACCEPT BITCOINS!! NO OTHER FORM OF PAYMENT ACCEPTED.
I WILL NOT GO FIRST FOR BTC TRANSACTIONS. EVER. WILLING TO USE A MIDDLEMAN.
I am looking for people who regularly sell items at 80-82% market - Please send me a friend request if you do
Stat-Trak Karambit | Fade [TRUE 90/10] - Factory New
Screenshots: http://imgur.com/a/X2McN Float value: 0.02151632 TRUE 90/10! (CSGOZone and visual inspection of the knife proves this I ran multiple tests (first second of inspection, back of blade) in addition to boosting saturation in photoshop) b/o 525 keys c/o none What I want for this knife:
630 keys in items, will obviously consider way less if the items are easy to sell
998 USD in BITCOINS (will use preev to convert price)
What I DON'T want for this knife:
Item offers made up of a lot of small, hard to sell items. Will not consider items worth less than 3 dollars!
Over-valued collector skins (Meaning things with kato 14 stickers or otherwise brutally hard to sell items)
Any other form of real money
For people using the search bar: ST Fade 90/10 ST 90/10
Butterfly Knife Scorched
Team LDLC.com - Katowice 2014, kioShiMa - Cologne 2015
AK-47 Case Hardened
Has a nice big blob of blue on it (~50% blue on top)
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