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/btc was created to foster and support free and open Bitcoin discussion about cryptocurrency, Bitcoin news, and exclusive AMA (Ask Me Anything) interviews from top Bitcoin and cryptocurrency leaders. Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet. A distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without the need for any central authority whatsoever. Learn more about Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, cryptocurrency, and more.
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This is the official subreddit of Coin Forest. We collect the passion of bitcoiners to combine purchasing power, and approach companies who should be accepting Bitcoin. --- Coin Forest is the worlds largest Bitcoin company, and is widely credited with the rise of Bitcoin. A fitting analogy: If Satoshi Nakamoto is Bilbo, Coin Forest is Frodo. {disclaimer: the preceding is extremely overstated}
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Bitcoin's main use case is as a store of value, what do you think it can be used for? Check this post and be more enlightened.

Bitcoin's main use case is as a store of value, what do you think it can be used for? Check this post and be more enlightened. submitted by heeyahnuh to cryptocurrencynews [link] [comments]

When looking out for a reliable means of buying/storing your crypto like #Bitcoin, what comes in mind should be #security @AtomicWallet buying crypto has been made user-friendly. You can buy using your bank card and you are guaranteed high-level security. Manage your funds in a Decentralized way🚀

When looking out for a reliable means of buying/storing your crypto like #Bitcoin, what comes in mind should be #security @AtomicWallet buying crypto has been made user-friendly. You can buy using your bank card and you are guaranteed high-level security. Manage your funds in a Decentralized way🚀 submitted by Rainbownnaji to altcoin_news [link] [comments]

I used BITCOIN to pay for my horse penis transplant, AMA about how you too can use block chain to experience what unlimited MONEY PENIS can do for you

Bitcoin is an experimental new ponzi scheme that is in active cock expansion. Each exploit makes Bitcoin more sexually arousing but also reveals new dongs as Bitcoin addiction to illicit goods grows. During these growing penis lengths you might encounter increased sexual arousal for very very very big men man, slower erections, or even more severe gains in money at the expense of money. Be prepared for cum and consult a technical asshole about how you are helping keep blood diamond trade alive, but keep in mind that nobody can predict Bitcoin's money and your money and my money and money for the sake of money. Bitcoin is the official currency of money launderers, drug traffickers, slave traders, illegal electronics traders and the mafia. That said, most jurisdictions still require you to have money on anything that has money, including your scrotum, ass penis and bollips. It is your responsibility to ensure that you adhere to tax and other legal or regulatory mandates issued by your mom and/or local municipalities.
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07-25 13:05 - 'What do you guys think of Monero? (XMR) / I think it will have a really big value in the future since the rich will want privacy which Bitcoin doesn’t provide. I can see it being the leading coin for use on the darknet as...' by /u/GabenNaben removed from /r/Bitcoin within 186-196min

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What do you guys think of Monero? (XMR)
I think it will have a really big value in the future since the rich will want privacy which Bitcoin doesn’t provide. I can see it being the leading coin for use on the darknet as well due to it being untracable.
Unlike all these other ”altcoins” that seek to replace Bitcoin, I think Monero stands out as one that has the potential to not only co-exist but also cooperate with Bitcoin.
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What trustable brokers do you guys recommend for Bitcoin that can be used by anyone anywhere in the world?

I want to start buying and selling bitcoin but I need a trustable broker that works with anyone from anywhere in the world and where I can start with an low amount of money.
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05-02 22:04 - 'for example, you can spend bitcoin to get atari token on the atarichain. What else do you need? / [[link]] / ​ / What is atari token, you may ask? / a: **Cryptocurrency is a type of cryptocurrency** that uses crypt...' by /u/eqleriq removed from /r/Bitcoin within 345-355min

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for example, you can spend bitcoin to get atari token on the atarichain. What else do you need?
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What is atari token, you may ask?
a: Cryptocurrency is a type of cryptocurrency that uses cryptography for it's security. It has many advantages over the traditional currencies, one of the main being that its value cannot be decreased by producing more of it, because the production is secured by cryptography. The other one being that the user is in full control of his funds, without the involvment of the 3rd party. Besides their value as a currency, cryptocurrencies can also serve some specific purpose.
You cannot make this shit up, because it is real.
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Pretty cool "use case". It's beautiful there. What do you think? "Got Bitcoin? $2.9 Million Luxury Compound for Sale in Brazil that can be purchased with Bitcoin!"

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He just sent his Bitcoins nowhere. The cause of the problem is that all blockchains are siloed. What will crosschain change? You will use secure decentralized wallet for any cryptocurrency. You need just one address where you can store anything.

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10-28 16:34 - 'Nah , you can just go to the philipines for them kiddies instead, that is what you mayo-mutts are good at, probably what you use btc for and lubricant.' by /u/Anon00000000010 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 53-63min

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Nah , you can just go to the philipines for them kiddies instead, that is what you mayo-mutts are good at, probably what you use btc for and lubricant.
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Can someone explain to me in simple and easy to understand terms what the use cases are for the Bitcoin RSK Sidechain and how long do you think it will be before some of these use cases are realized and in use?

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Unwriter: "So what is Bitbus? Instead of having to run a full Bitcoin node (hundreds of GB and soon TB), you can instantly create your own filtered replication using Bitquery in seconds. Only store what you need for your app."

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He just sent his Bitcoins nowhere. The cause of the problem is that all blockchains are siloed. What will crosschain change? You will use secure decentralized wallet for any cryptocurrency. You need just one address where you can store anything.

He just sent his Bitcoins nowhere. The cause of the problem is that all blockchains are siloed. What will crosschain change? You will use secure decentralized wallet for any cryptocurrency. You need just one address where you can store anything. submitted by evenfound to Cross_chain [link] [comments]

You are given $1,000 (USD) and a time machine that can travel to any place and time in the PAST. You can use this to buy some raw material that you trade in the past for some other raw material (no buying stocks/bitcoin) to bring back to the present. What trade do you make?

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A few months ago I barely knew what a Bitcoin was. Today my online sock store was verified by Bitpay! As a thank-you to /r/bitcoin for helping me get here, you can use the code 'BTCYAY' for 50% off today. Cheers folks!

A few months ago I barely knew what a Bitcoin was. Today my online sock store was verified by Bitpay! As a thank-you to /bitcoin for helping me get here, you can use the code 'BTCYAY' for 50% off today. Cheers folks! submitted by SockSocietyCo to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Next time a newbie asks you what's the difference between Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash tell him the latter also can be used as digital gold except it has the added plus of being able to send it peer to peer for a tiny fee.

Just because it's easy to send doesn't mean it loses the "digital gold" properties, unless people never meant to send it only hoard it...
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12-07 13:03 - 'Totally different time. It was when people believed it could be a currency. Now that it failed to be a currency, there's no real need to invest in it. What can you use it for? Nothing. The concept has failed. Good...' by /u/To_hell_with_crypto removed from /r/Bitcoin within 302-312min

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Totally different time. It was when people believed it could be a currency. Now that it failed to be a currency, there's no real need to invest in it. What can you use it for? Nothing. The concept has failed. Good idea but like many ideas it has been proven useless.
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Can someone explain to me in simple and easy to understand terms what the use cases are for the Bitcoin RSK Sidechain and how long do you think it will be before some of these use cases are realized and in use? /r/Bitcoin

Can someone explain to me in simple and easy to understand terms what the use cases are for the Bitcoin RSK Sidechain and how long do you think it will be before some of these use cases are realized and in use? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Please help!!! I want a bitcoin wallet that I can use on my mac and iPhone anywhere in the world. I want to be able to buy, sell and exchange all the major cryptocurrencies from this wallet. I want it to be secure and trustworthy. I'm willing to pay for this service. What wallet would you suggest?

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Hi guys can somebody tell me what the difference is between Bitcoin and Dimcoin, just the short version. Can you use it for the same purpose...

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“There’s no industrial use case of bitcoin,” Lingham explained. “There’s no reason for anyone to have a bitcoin. What do you do with it? You can send money back and forth, sure. But it’s not like diamonds that can be used for cutting or gold that can be used in wiring."

“There’s no industrial use case of bitcoin,” Lingham explained. “There’s no reason for anyone to have a bitcoin. What do you do with it? You can send money back and forth, sure. But it’s not like diamonds that can be used for cutting or gold that can be used in wiring. submitted by BiPolarBulls to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Hi r/Bitcoin - I helped design the UX for a site that enables German users to buy Bitcoins with Visa & Mastercard. It's supposed to be the easiest to use BTC site in the market. I'll really appreciate if you'll be able to give me your feedback. What's good, what suck, be as blunt as you can be.

Hi Bitcoin - I helped design the UX for a site that enables German users to buy Bitcoins with Visa & Mastercard. It's supposed to be the easiest to use BTC site in the market. I'll really appreciate if you'll be able to give me your feedback. What's good, what suck, be as blunt as you can be. submitted by DanAffid to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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Hey guys!! 🖐🏽🖐🏽I found something cool on the web 👌❤️🤑🤑😇 It’s a computer software that uses your computer to make bitcoins and guess what!! It makes some for you too😍😎😎 🤑🤑YOU CAN Make FREE BITCOINS For yourself you can try it yourself FROM The LINK BELOW👇🏽CHECK IT OUT Open on computers submitted by Drsoroush to u/Drsoroush [link] [comments]

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