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This was such a disappointment to read... if Bakkt futures are not fully backed by Bitcoin and are actually 37% backed by dollars/Treasuries, then what are the implications? Is this the slippery slope to Bifcoin market manipulation like we see in the Gold market?
The first Bitcoin backed real-estate mortgage has occurred. This opens up Bitcoin to be backed by a 280 trillion dollar value market, making a 10 million+ coin possible. 280 Trillion$ divided by 21 Million฿ equals a 13,333,333$ dollar ฿itcoin. The future is lining up. Sauce in comments
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The first Bitcoin backed real-estate mortgage has occurred! This opens up Bitcoin to be backed by a 280 trillion dollar value market, making a 10 million+ coin possible. 280 Trillion$ divided by 21 Million฿ equals a 13,333,333$ dollar ฿itcoin. The future is lining up nicely
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Bitcoin We Trust Ready Player One Parzival Back To The Future Z1813 Wallpaper Is Bitcoin Anonymous? Individuals often think bitcoin is anonymous, but truth be told it actually isn't as anonymous as some might think. Bitcoin, being the most valuable as well as most popular coin out of the vast list of growing cryptos, is in fact pseudonymous. Reason being since each user or identity is known as an address, which can technically be tracked back to an individual if the person is not careful enough. Security measures must be taken in order for an individual to use bitcoin privately and they must be taken often if untraceable bitcoin transactions is something desired when using bitcoin. As most bitcoin users know, BTC transactions can be seen by anyone at anytime from anywhere on the blockchain. Even though the blockchain is just full of addresses sending and receiving BTC, an address can actually become otherwise known as an identity if the bitcoins that were purchased were made using a credit card or bank account on a big bitcoin exchange. Big bitcoin exchanges often have policies that require KYC "Know Your Customer" which can end up legally linking a persons name to a bitcoin address and the BTC it's holding. An easy fix to this problem is to use a bitcoin mixer or bitcoin tumbler as it will completely remove and dismantle ownership to the bitcoins resulting in full bitcoin anonymity. Once the link to the identity and bitcoins is broken, it is lost forever and the bitcoins are cleared of ownership unless found again. Anonymous bitcoin services are offered all over the web but you must be sure you're going to use a trusted bitcoin mixer. By using a trusted bitcoin tumbler you can be sure that the BTC being sent into the bitcoin blender is safe, will be mixed thoroughly, and be delivered back to you. If one wants to be extra careful then it's best to mix bitcoins using a no logs bitcoin mixing service as this ensures all private data will be kept unseen. If one is careful and takes precaution then complete bitcoin anonymization and peace of mind can be accomplished.
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Bitcoins From Above Ready Player One Parzival Back To The Future Z1813 Wallpaper Am I Anonymous When Using Bitcoin? Bitcoin is not a fully anonymous cryptocurrency like some crypto coins out there, but you can still use the most valuable coin (BTC) and still be hidden from the many curious spying eyes. A service which is known as a bitcoin blender can help with obtaining the anonymity that some deeply desire. Using a service known as a bitcoin blender is the very best way to transact with bitcoin and still remain completely anonymous. If one is concerned about revealing their personal identity then a bitcoin blender service is the very best way to continue transacting bitcoin while keeping a personal identity on a private lock down.
Back to the Future: 2014 Bitcoin increase, market Crash, and GPUs flood the market.
Image a world, where Bitcoin hits a new ATH of 1,000 USD! A new coin emerged, Litecoin. Using a new Algorithm called SCRYPT which makes GPU mining profitable and a thing again! The story starts in January 2014. AMD Just released it's newest GPU, the R9 290X in late Oct. this thing a monster of a GPU, extremely powerful! A GPU mining crazy has just hit the internet and waves of Tech people are making mining farms to mine Crypto. AMD GPU's are priced at premiums with 290's/290x's OOS or for sale upwards of $700, $200 over MSRP. Everyone is gulping up used AMD GPUs. Ebay is awash with GPUs selling over MRSP even used ones! I was there, I started out mining Litecoin to Litecoinpool.org, I had 3 Rigs I slapped together in crate boxes. Mixature of 7970/7950/7850's and a single a 4 GPU R9 290x rig (over 1400w!!!) using AMD AM3+ Motherboards and CPU's running Windows 8. I even near the end had a 750ti Rig, the new Maxwell, efficiently mining SRCYPT. I'm glad i lived in WA at the time The electric bill wasn't bad at all maybe 200-300 a month. I lived in Ellensburg getting that sweet Wind farm Electric rate. I Remember this time as I struggling to learn mining, overclockings for mining, and rig stability. In the short period I did this February 2014 to May of 2014 I made 48 Litecoins. This was a fun period for me because I loved messing with the hardware and GPUs even made decent profits from selling used hardware because it became such a premium then. In the end I quit mining and sold all my hard around May/June. Then moved back to CA to live with my mom to help support her after she lost her job and couldn't find work. I sold off my entire small operation. In the end the Market crashed, MT GOX was hacked millions of Bitcoin lost, and SCRYPT ASICs were released. I stopped paying much attention to the crypto-sphere and just HODLed the small Bitcoin that I had traded from the Litecoin I earned. Bitcoin dropped down to $200 by the end of that year. All in all I just want everyone to take in the fact that this exact, I repeat EXACT, thing has happened before in the long forgotten past of 2014. Yet everyone is making it out like its some crazy big deal? every crypto is still at high comparing to previous years, GPUs have declined in price because mining has died down, and ASICs are coming out for almost every Algo. To those of you still mining, keep on my brother! If I had kept mining, or kept on eye on the crypto sphere rather than walking away like most are right now, I could mined Etherum back in the early days of 2015 and now could of been extremely well off. Now, that im in it again and this time with more foresight and readiness. I'm here to stay through this rough times. hopefully to come out to see the otherside. I Only started(again) in june 2017 so I was late for this "gold rush" but mark my words the massive "Gold rush" for crypto has yet to come... Some Articles back then https://wccftech.com/gpu-miners-crash-2014-arrives-graphic-card-market-shrinking-fall-40/ https://www.ccn.com/amd-devastated-mining/ https://www.coindesk.com/litecoin-radeon-shortage/ TLDR: History repeats itself.
21 months ago, Gavin Andresen published "A Scalability Roadmap", including sections called: "Increasing transaction volume", "Bigger Block Road Map", and "The Future Looks Bright". *This* was the Bitcoin we signed up for. It's time for us to take Bitcoin back from the strangle-hold of Blockstream.
A Scalability Roadmap 06 October 2014 by Gavin Andresen https://web.archive.org/web/20150129023502/http://blog.bitcoinfoundation.org/a-scalability-roadmap Increasing transaction volume I expect the initial block download problem to be mostly solved in the next relase or three of Bitcoin Core. The next scaling problem that needs to be tackled is the hardcoded 1-megabyte block size limit that means the network can suppor[t] only approximately 7-transactions-per-second. Any change to the core consensus code means risk, so why risk it? Why not just keep Bitcoin Core the way it is, and live with seven transactions per second? “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Back in 2010, after Bitcoin was mentioned on Slashdot for the first time and bitcoin prices started rising, Satoshi rolled out several quick-fix solutions to various denial-of-service attacks. One of those fixes was to drop the maximum block size from infinite to one megabyte (the practical limit before the change was 32 megabytes– the maximum size of a message in the p2p protocol). The intent has always been to raise that limit when transaction volume justified larger blocks. “Argument from Authority” is a logical fallacy, so “Because Satoshi Said So” isn’t a valid reason. However, staying true to the original vision of Bitcoin is very important. That vision is what inspires people to invest their time, energy, and wealth in this new, risky technology. I think the maximum block size must be increased for the same reason the limit of 21 million coins must NEVER be increased: because people were told that the system would scale up to handle lots of transactions, just as they were told that there will only ever be 21 million bitcoins. We aren’t at a crisis point yet; the number of transactions per day has been flat for the last year (except for a spike during the price bubble around the beginning of the year). It is possible there are an increasing number of “off-blockchain” transactions happening, but I don’t think that is what is going on, because USD to BTC exchange volume shows the same pattern of transaction volume over the last year. The general pattern for both price and transaction volume has been periods of relative stability, followed by bubbles of interest that drive both price and transaction volume rapidly up. Then a crash down to a new level, lower than the peak but higher than the previous stable level. My best guess is that we’ll run into the 1 megabyte block size limit during the next price bubble, and that is one of the reasons I’ve been spending time working on implementing floating transaction fees for Bitcoin Core. Most users would rather pay a few cents more in transaction fees rather than waiting hours or days (or never!) for their transactions to confirm because the network is running into the hard-coded blocksize limit. Bigger Block Road Map Matt Corallo has already implemented the first step to supporting larger blocks – faster relaying, to minimize the risk that a bigger block takes longer to propagate across the network than a smaller block. See the blog post I wrote in August for details. There is already consensus that something needs to change to support more than seven transactions per second. Agreeing on exactly how to accomplish that goal is where people start to disagree – there are lots of possible solutions. Here is my current favorite: Roll out a hard fork that increases the maximum block size, and implements a rule to increase that size over time, very similar to the rule that decreases the block reward over time. Choose the initial maximum size so that a “Bitcoin hobbyist” can easily participate as a full node on the network. By “Bitcoin hobbyist” I mean somebody with a current, reasonably fast computer and Internet connection, running an up-to-date version of Bitcoin Core and willing to dedicate half their CPU power and bandwidth to Bitcoin. And choose the increase to match the rate of growth of bandwidth over time: 50% per year for the last twenty years. Note that this is less than the approximately 60% per year growth in CPU power; bandwidth will be the limiting factor for transaction volume for the foreseeable future. I believe this is the “simplest thing that could possibly work.” It is simple to implement correctly and is very close to the rules operating on the network today. Imposing a maximum size that is in the reach of any ordinary person with a pretty good computer and an average broadband internet connection eliminates barriers to entry that might result in centralization of the network. Once the network allows larger-than-1-megabyte blocks, further network optimizations will be necessary. This is where Invertible Bloom Lookup Tables or (perhaps) other data synchronization algorithms will shine. The Future Looks Bright So some future Bitcoin enthusiast or professional sysadmin would download and run software that did the following to get up and running quickly:
Connect to peers, just as is done today.
Download headers for the best chain from its peers (tens of megabytes; will take at most a few minutes)
Download enough full blocks to handle and reasonable blockchain re-organization (a few hundred should be plenty, which will take perhaps an hour).
Ask a peer for the UTXO set, and check it against the commitment made in the blockchain.
From this point on, it is a fully-validating node. If disk space is scarce, it can delete old blocks from disk. How far does this lead? There is a clear path to scaling up the network to handle several thousand transactions per second (“Visa scale”). Getting there won’t be trivial, because writing solid, secure code takes time and because getting consensus is hard. Fortunately technological progress marches on, and Nielsen’s Law of Internet Bandwidth and Moore’s Law make scaling up easier as time passes. The map gets fuzzy if we start thinking about how to scale faster than the 50%-per-increase-in-bandwidth-per-year of Nielsen’s Law. Some complicated scheme to avoid broadcasting every transaction to every node is probably possible to implement and make secure enough. But 50% per year growth is really good. According to my rough back-of-the-envelope calculations, my above-average home Internet connection and above-average home computer could easily support 5,000 transactions per second today. That works out to 400 million transactions per day. Pretty good; every person in the US could make one Bitcoin transaction per day and I’d still be able to keep up. After 12 years of bandwidth growth that becomes 56 billion transactions per day on my home network connection — enough for every single person in the world to make five or six bitcoin transactions every single day. It is hard to imagine that not being enough; according the the Boston Federal Reserve, the average US consumer makes just over two payments per day. So even if everybody in the world switched entirely from cash to Bitcoin in twenty years, broadcasting every transaction to every fully-validating node won’t be a problem.
Now that the futures amateur hour is over the the alt coin freak out session subsiding, it's time to get back to normal. Push Segwit, boycott Conbase and non Segwit adopters, test lightning and watch bitcoin value rise. #HODL
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''' That is weird af that archive is showing it as gone and it's back now. Though if the guy really is from the future, he's probably able to fuck with the code in weird ways. In his last ama when he returned he said the account was burned by insiders trying to stop the info from spreading. Wouldn't be surprised if he found away around the burn and made it visible despite the attempt, especially with coding knowledge from the future. All I know is if the 100k by 2019 prediction is right I'm selling 1 mil of my late grandparents assets and buying 10 more coins, and if the 1 mil prediction is right I'm selling more of their assets and buying another 3. Even if it goes down after that I'll sell more assets and buy more. Shit is too scary accurate at this point not to move on it ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: JohnDeerESaPOS
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