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Opinions about the Bitcoin actual coin cold wallet.

So I have been in the market for another cold storage wallet, I have a Trezor but was looking to get a different one for different crypto and I ran across gold and silver coins that have the Biotcoin B symbol. Can you only load a whole coin no more no less, or can I load less or more then a coin?... anyone have one of these for Bitcoin or even Ethirium??
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The supply of bitcoin is strictly limited!! Just never mind that BTC miners are now holding "inventory", because there isn't enough actual-dollar market demand to sell the freshly mined coins at the price they need to

The supply of bitcoin is strictly limited!! Just never mind that BTC miners are now holding submitted by dgerard to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Why is there such a discrepancy between coin star btc price and the actual price coin star almost $1000 higher??? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Why is there such a discrepancy between coin star btc price and the actual price coin star almost $1000 higher??? (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Lessons from the history and modern state of Bitcoin exchange security—all the more applicable to something like ETC as it gradually gains recognition for its actual DeFi potential relative to other, more "popular" coins

Lessons from the history and modern state of Bitcoin exchange security—all the more applicable to something like ETC as it gradually gains recognition for its actual DeFi potential relative to other, more submitted by FiniteRegress to EthereumClassic [link] [comments]

When coins like Bitcoin Gold exists and are within the top 50, whereas NANO is not, it really proves to me how much the market is guided by the Bitcoin name and not the value of the actual technolog. When people realise what crypto actually is, NANO is always found to be superior.

When coins like Bitcoin Gold exists and are within the top 50, whereas NANO is not, it really proves to me how much the market is guided by the Bitcoin name and not the value of the actual technolog. When people realise what crypto actually is, NANO is always found to be superior. submitted by Edzi07 to nanotrade [link] [comments]

08-15 06:16 - 'So Ethereum is almost issues a dividend with it's BASEFEE? Is this kick back to anyone who owns Ether come to them in Ether or fiat? Does the gas burn actually destroy Ether in order to keep the total coin supply close t...' by /u/Reach_Beyond removed from /r/Bitcoin within 446-456min

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So Ethereum is almost issues a dividend with it's BASEFEE? Is this kick back to anyone who owns Ether come to them in Ether or fiat? Does the gas burn actually destroy Ether in order to keep the total coin supply close to zero?
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Why would you ever transact with Bitcoin and create a taxable event? I prefer to derive my utility from the coin by appreciating the aesthetic of the actual code.

Why would you ever transact with Bitcoin and create a taxable event? I prefer to derive my utility from the coin by appreciating the aesthetic of the actual code. submitted by akowz to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Can someone ELI5 how to turn my xyo coins that I have mined into actually money? I have no experience with bitcoins or crypto currency.

I understand that I need to transfer them to a wallet of some sort, but I’m lost beyond that. And I have googled it, but I’ve not really understood the answers...
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06-10 03:14 - 'Icx is not a scam it’s actually one of the only altcoins making strides in its road map and has a real dedicated team. Not to mention it’s the number one coin of South Korea. Maybe you’re the one who should do some homework...' by /u/ActionJaxn99 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-10min

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Icx is not a scam it’s actually one of the only altcoins making strides in its road map and has a real dedicated team. Not to mention it’s the number one coin of South Korea. Maybe you’re the one who should do some homework. And I’m not a scammer I never told anyone to buy it or anything I was just telling people a strategy that’s working for me.
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Peter R. Rizun: ”People were unknowingly accepting Lightning bitcoins that weren't actually backed by real bitcoins. These people wouldn't even find out until they went to withdraw their coins from the Lightning Network (i.e., close the channel). ”

Peter R. Rizun: ”People were unknowingly accepting Lightning bitcoins that weren't actually backed by real bitcoins. These people wouldn't even find out until they went to withdraw their coins from the Lightning Network (i.e., close the channel). ” submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Really Want To See LTC Get To .01 on the BTC Ratio and hold it. This coin is way undervalued.... she needs to be like a stablecoin .01 -- Then The Silver To Bitcoins Gold Will Actually Be An Accurate Statement.

https://youtu.be/4ullEifRyN8
Check this informational vid... for me, this will never get old... reminds me of the olden days, when Fontas and Max Keiser pumped LTC to 50.... here we are 2020, still not 50 again :( I have faith though.... i believe that LTC can recover to its glory days.
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As the recovery begins BTC dominance is decreasing - down to 50.4% today. Coins with actual utility like Bitcoin Cash are recovering and growing faster.

As the recovery begins BTC dominance is decreasing - down to 50.4% today. Coins with actual utility like Bitcoin Cash are recovering and growing faster. submitted by masterD3v to btc [link] [comments]

04-30 08:15 - 'PSA: Do not diversify crypto! The goal of diversification is to reduce risk. By buying other coins you're actually increasing risk.' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/myquidproquo removed from /r/Bitcoin within 438-448min

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PSA: Do not diversify crypto! The goal of diversification is to reduce risk. By buying other coins you're actually increasing risk.
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I just made this Bitcoin Cash logo with a white, inner ring, making it look more like an actual coin. Thoughts?

I just made this Bitcoin Cash logo with a white, inner ring, making it look more like an actual coin. Thoughts? submitted by Yurorangefr to btc [link] [comments]

Solid Gold Bitcoin

If someone, anyone... wants a solid 24k Gold Bitcoin (actual coin made of pure gold), let me know. Just PM me and I can get one made for you. I'll probably consider only making a total of 5, no more, no less.
Will probably also do a full video of the process of crafting it.
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Tried gambling with bitcoin on Bodog but they wouldn’t give back my coins! Yet another place that is doing crypto wrong, and really I’m losing faith with anyone actually using crypto.

I wanted to try and see how bitcoin gambling works so signed up a fake person and deposited a tiny amount of money 0.0012 coins. Did some gambling in fiat (they convert it, you can’t gamble with actual bitcoins, which was immediately disappointing). I quadrupled my money betting on sports, so had about $40 in the account. I did a test withdrawal of $10 to see how that works, and they just froze my account.
I chatted with tech support, gave them all kinds of info, which i think was correct (I did make up a fake person) and then they asked me to call. I don’t really want to do that just to prove my identity, as that would kind of defeat the purpose of using this payment method, so they can keep my 0.0012 coins.
It seems to me that everything was alright while they had my money but giving it up was a little harder for them.
The whole point of crypto is to have some level of anonymity. I know money laundering and stuff, but they have a clause where you can only withdraw money you’ve actually already bet, which I did since I was just withdrawing winnings, so that can’t be the problem.
This is all quite disappointing because I want crypto to work and I want to use it in my life but I just keep losing money. I used Quadriga as my exchange and whatever I was using for trading is gone. (I did have coins in various other wallets so I didn’t lose all). Tried gambling with it. No go. Only thing i find it useful for is paying my VPN. And even that didn’t work for a couple of months as they were changing their payment processor. Can you imagine someone not taking a MasterCard for a month while they get a new card reader installed?
Getting fiat out of coins is also far far too onerous. Quadriga went under. In Canada, coinbase will only take fiat but not give it back. When I tried authenticating with kraken it somehow failed, required many emails to tech support and then I just gave up as it wasn’t worth it (I provided persona info which you have to do to for them to send fiat, it was stuck on “in progress”)
TL DR; this turned into a rant, but don’t give your coins to a major betting platform. They know how to take the coins but not how to give them back. This is, along with many other failures with crypto is making me want to just give up crypto altogether.
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If Bitcoin was actually being used for the purpose for which it was intended, there would be no need to debate things like blocksize - people would use the coin that solved their problem - PERIOD.

If people were to actually start using Bitcoin as p2p cash, you don't need to be told that BTC doesn't work - it is obvious. The trick is to simply get bitcoin to be used as p2p cash and everything else will work itself out.
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People who say BTC is a store of value have no idea how Bitcoin first took off - because of Silk Road. Nobody in his right mind would have gambled on a coin which almost literally came out of thin air and wasn't used for anything, but actually having a use case made it a real currency.

One study estimated most of the of coins mined at the time (circa 2013) went through SR , so most of its use case was a currency - the complete opposite of what Core pushes it to be now.
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[Nathaniel Popper] In the wake of TD Ameritrade quietly opening Bitcoin trading for some of its customers, I was just told that eTrade is preparing to begin offering both Bitcoin and Ether trading to its 5 million or so customers and is just finalizing a third party to actually hold the coins.

[Nathaniel Popper] In the wake of TD Ameritrade quietly opening Bitcoin trading for some of its customers, I was just told that eTrade is preparing to begin offering both Bitcoin and Ether trading to its 5 million or so customers and is just finalizing a third party to actually hold the coins. submitted by skythe4 to ethtrader [link] [comments]

I think the world is ready for a Bitcoin emoji and I mean like an actual coin, not this one 📈.

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[Popper] In the wake of TD Ameritrade quietly opening Bitcoin trading for some of its customers, I was just told that eTrade is preparing to begin offering Bitcoin trading to its 5 million or so customers and is just finalizing a third party to actually hold the coins.

[Popper] In the wake of TD Ameritrade quietly opening Bitcoin trading for some of its customers, I was just told that eTrade is preparing to begin offering Bitcoin trading to its 5 million or so customers and is just finalizing a third party to actually hold the coins. submitted by ningrim to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

So what's the actual consequences if Bitcoin hits $100,000 per coin? What would that entail?

I'm just curious what would Bitcoin look like in a world where it's $100K per coin? Would the fees be insane? Would the volatility be a few thousand up and down every week, instead of a few hundred, like it is now?
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