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Bitcoin - The Currency of the Internet

A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
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Bitcoin - The Internet of Money

/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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All Bitcoin News. All Bitcoin discussion. All the time. BitcoinAll.

All Bitcoin News. All Bitcoin discussion. All the time. BitcoinAll.
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"#BitcoinSV Wiki - the new canonical source of information about Bitcoin - the way Satoshi intended. Great resource for developers and anyone who wants to learn about #BSV https://wiki.bitcoinsv.io"

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SecuX Crypto Hardware Wallets V20, W20 and W10 Ranked #4, #7 and #8 among Ezvid Wiki’s Top 10 Best Bitcoin Wallets 2020

SecuX Crypto Hardware Wallets V20, W20 and W10 Ranked #4, #7 and #8 among Ezvid Wiki’s Top 10 Best Bitcoin Wallets 2020 submitted by SecuXvault to u/SecuXvault [link] [comments]

SecuX Crypto Hardware Wallets V20, W20 and W10 Ranked #4, #7 and #8 among Ezvid Wiki’s Top 10 Best Bitcoin Wallets 2020

SecuX Crypto Hardware Wallets V20, W20 and W10 Ranked #4, #7 and #8 among Ezvid Wiki’s Top 10 Best Bitcoin Wallets 2020 submitted by SecuXwallet to u/SecuXwallet [link] [comments]

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CoinGeek London: Bitcoin SV Wiki and BSV Devcon revealed (current BTC/USD price is $9,604.78)

Latest Bitcoin News:
CoinGeek London: Bitcoin SV Wiki and BSV Devcon revealed
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Bitcoin Price | Bitcoin Mining | Blockchain
The latest Bitcoin news has been sourced from the CoinSalad.com Bitcoin Price and News Events page. CoinSalad is a web service that provides real-time Bitcoin market info, charts, data and tools. Follow us on Twitter @CoinSalad.
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CoinGeek London: Bitcoin SV Wiki and BSV Devcon revealed

CoinGeek London: Bitcoin SV Wiki and BSV Devcon revealed submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

Idea: r/Bitcoin creates a simple "How to Start a Local Bitcoin Club" wiki, to promote towns/neighborhoods using Bitcoin for regular buying and selling business between peers

Inspired by this post https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/cp5y2s/10_out_of_22_btc_was_spent_by_bitcoin_subreddit/
I'd love to see us promote the original purpose of Bitcoin, which is a peer-to-peer way to trade money directly between individuals' wallets, rather than via exchanges or other middleman sites (like Bisq) or processing companies (like Bitpay).
I know that I got into Bitcoin when some cool folks on Reddit were giving it away to anyone who asked, and that made me get a wallet and learn how to use it. It was just so much easier than trying to get into an exchange (which I eventually did do, because I wanted to get more).
So, since it seems like one of the biggest challenges to Bitcoin adoption is not having anyone to trade with, and creating local Bitcoin clubs, to help people connect to one another, personally, so that they can offer and receive bitcoin for whatever kinds of exchanges they want to do, could be an extremely useful tool.
Local businesses could sponsor or just join the clubs as well, so that folks in a community build up strong connections for using Bitcoin for normal business.
Also, the more we exchange Bitcoin with people we are closer to (than central exchanges and the total strangers on them) the more we focus on making sure that exchanges are "fair" in the sense of not trying to only trade it away or spend when it's high, and just using it all the time, so that losses and gains are less pronounced, and folks are more comfortable using it all the time.
Maybe we could put together a little "how to form a Bitcoin club" website/video/flyer for anyone to use and share.
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I created a page cataloging backup and storage methods on the bitcoin wiki - looking for more info

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Backup_and_Storage_Methods
This page is intended to review existing methods to help people make informed choices (more help needed!).
I'm wondering if anyone out there knows of other published methods on how to properly store and backup a bitcoin wallet. Ideally, these would be methods that are as well put together as glacierprotocol.org but any method that attempts to be complete (even if it isn't) would be helpful. Its also useful to document which protocols are not safe and why. So anything of the level of quality of anything currently on that page would be helpful.
So does anyone know any methods that aren't already on the list?
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An Addition To The Bitcoin Wiki Page On Quantum Computing And Mosca’s Theorem Of Risk Determination Applied To Blockchain.

An Addition To The Bitcoin Wiki Page On Quantum Computing And Mosca’s Theorem Of Risk Determination Applied To Blockchain. submitted by QRCollector to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Bitcoin nodes could easily keep up with both VISA and MasterCard combined, using only fairly modest hardware - Bitcoin Wiki from 2011

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Dumb Question Here, what platform should I buy bitcoin on and how do I cash out (if that’s possible?)?

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"With some modifications to the software, full Bitcoin nodes could easily keep up with both VISA and MasterCard combined, using only fairly modest hardware" -Bitcoin Wiki in 2011

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Best exhange for someone in WA state?

Hi,
I have been using CoinBase but recently ran into some issues with their service. I tried to create a Kraken account but because of my place of residence I'm not allowed to use their service. What is the best place I can buy/trade crypto (lowest fees, best security) in WA state?
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An Addition To The Bitcoin Wiki Page On Quantum Computing And Mosca’s Theorem Of Risk Determination Applied To Blockchain.

An Addition To The Bitcoin Wiki Page On Quantum Computing And Mosca’s Theorem Of Risk Determination Applied To Blockchain. submitted by QRCollector to QRL [link] [comments]

Explain the math behind cracking a public key. Is it really safe?

The reason I ask the question is because I was reading about the new google super computer and quantum computers. I know they say 2 to power of 256 is huge but that is using basic technology? The number is basically around:
1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 is this really that safe? How long would it take a standard laptop to figure this out and based on how many equations per second?
If quantum computers are used this could be possible and make crypto crash right?
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Gemini account negative balance.

About two days ago I bought $1000 of bitcoin, which is the daily limit for Gemini. I wanted to buy more so I tried to deposit cash into my account and be able to get more that way but the transaction was denied and now my Gemini account is showing a negative balance for USD but the money never went through. So now if I deposit the 500 I tried to put in a couple days ago will that zero out the balance and make me loose $500 for no reason? Or will that money just be able to be accessed to trade for crypto?
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If you wanna buy (not trade) BTC in the UK, which exchange do you recommended?

I’m not from the UK, it’s for a friend. I’m trying to make his transition into Crypto as painless as possible. There’s a long list of exchanges available, so any suggestion(s) would be helpful.
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"Given that this paper is now peer reviewed and approved: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3265157, It would seem that the 'official' Bitcoin wiki is wrong. Bitcoin Script is Turing Complete. Guess @ProfFaustus was right! Is the selfish mining paper also peer reviewed?"

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Do we need a new and decentralized "Bitcoin Cash Wiki"?

Over time language has been co-opted, powerful package deal terms were invented to steer conversation and the old resources for learning about Bitcoin (such as the old forum, wiki and subreddit) are no longer trustworthy.
Terms such as "full nodes" and "miners" rather than network nodes and SPVs create havoc in the minds of newcomers and generally lead them into the camp of Bitcoin Core. The harm of the latter can be debated (although the majority opinion around here should surprise no one), but the first is clearly a negative and comes back to haunt the larger crypto community again and again.
Now that we have a new subreddit and a new .org site, should we try to make a new wiki that explicitly uses the same terminology as the white paper and Satoshi did?
I think so. This would help us stay on track rather than falling into the trap of using somebody else's flawed terms when trying to explain how Bitcoin works or making a consistent argument.
Let's discuss:
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Has anyone bought with Banxa before?

I was about to buy some btc on Edge and seen that Banxa has a fee of 2.5% compared to others which are around 7% to 9% and was wondering if anyone has used it before and is it trust worthy.
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User gets scammed via Bitcoin wiki. He blames the admins and the users blame him

Some say its his fault for following a noob guide (starter guide) and being a noob.
The entire thread is full of butter.
http://np.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/268gb6/pathetic/
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TIL every popular Bitcoin discussion forum, including /r/bitcoin, BitcoinTalk, the Bitcoin Wiki, and bitcoin.org, are in the full control of one individual, and his sock-puppets.

TIL every popular Bitcoin discussion forum, including /bitcoin, BitcoinTalk, the Bitcoin Wiki, and bitcoin.org, are in the full control of one individual, and his sock-puppets. submitted by wtfpasswordz to conspiracy [link] [comments]

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