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As the title describes. I'm going to get alot of downvotes but if anyone receives even a few bitcents I guess it helped the bitcoin economy somehow Leave your crowdsource ideas, ask for a little mBTC, spread your generosity to help the bit-conomy thrive
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Nutcoin

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Cryptocurrency Trading Game

The Crypto Trading Game is simulated cryptocurrency trading using real market prices. Each game has its own post in /CryptoTradingGame. The object of the game is to have the highest value portfolio before the game's end time. Everyone starts the game with $10,000 USD to trade as they wish.
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Bitcoin on Ethereum is Booming: Closing in on $1 Billion in Value (current BTC/USD price is $10,358.04)

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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.
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General question: At what point does comparing Bitcoin price to fiat (USD) value become meaningless? If Bitcoin reaches 1 million, or more, doesn’t that means the trust in fiat has fallen considerably?

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Unable to keep elements preserved in a vector after a boolean "do while" loop

I'm going to give reddit a shot since I didn't receive any response from StackOverflow.
I am in a process of making a bitcoin managing program for an intro CS class and here are my objectives (only mentioned ones that I need in this context): I have managed to complete the following objectives. My program has 4 menu options stored in class menu. The user can choose from the following:
  1. Find current Bitcoin value in USD
  2. Buy/sell Bitcoin
  3. Print current balance
  4. Print history of transactions
Let's say the user selections option 2 and inputs how much user wants to sell or buy. The program will so far do the following:
Currently I am having trouble with the following step:
So far, I've tried creating a vector and I tried using push_back.() every time the function is called.
class ledger // the log of all transactions //1) It will store the transaction strings just so we have //a record of the buy sell commands //2) It will be able to print out the transaction history if requested { public: vector bitcoin; void bitcoinHistory(string bitcoinAmnt, string date) { string btc, time; btc = bitcoinAmnt; time = date; bitcoin.push_back(btc + "BTC on " + time); for (unsigned int x = 0; x < bitcoin.size(); x++) { cout << bitcoin[x] << endl; } repeat = true; \\ boolean returns the user back to main menu 
```
A sample result from cout << bitcoin[x] I am successfully able to get: 0.035349BTC on Wed Mar 25 01:44:02 2020
However, once the program is looped, the previous transactions don't seem to save and the element seems to be replaced with the newer transaction data. Despite multiple transactions, the bitcoin.size() seems to be resetting, and I only see an output of a single transaction history only. I am not able to figure out why. If you'd like to see more part of the code, please let me know. Thank you.
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Some developer-related thoughts... 1) Every time BABcoin loses value, USD raised to pay devs in the BABcoin socialist scheme drops and becomes even less appealing. 2) Dev who won 200 BitCoin© at the CG conference be lovin' it as BitCoin© price rises.

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Million dollar projections are meaningless

There are so many predictions being thrown around these days suggesting bitcoin will hit a million dollars by a certain date. I think it's important to change this mindset.
First of all, mainstream adoption is only a small part of what will drive the price of bitcoin up. More importantly, bitcoin will act as a hedge against failing fiat currencies. If we hit these million dollar price predictions any time soon, it will be caused mostly by hyperinflation of the USD, and the price of a bitcoin (valued in USD) will be completely irrelevant.
In short, million dollar bitcoin means the dollar has collapsed, and bitcoin will be measured in something more relevant.
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Bitcoin's USD value is falling but Gridcoin's USD value is rising. Why?

Since GRC isn't accepted on any of the fiat exchanges, the only way to get fiat out of it is to trade it for Bitcoin and then sell the Bitcoin. But Bitcoin has lost something like 25% of its value in the last two weeks, while over the same period this is the first time that GRC has steadily maintained a value over 10 cents.
That would suggest to me that the GRC value in Bitcoins has risen much more quickly than the Bitcoin value in USD has fallen. I'm curious as to why that might be happening.
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bitcoin is not a bubble it exactly the opposite supercollapse of matter in a good sense like black hole again in a good sense it will suck up all fiat money and gain value to the equilibrium 10 mln usd per 1 btc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pta-gf6JaHQ
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The three biggest Bitcoin wallets contain over 99974 Bitcoins, even at today’s low Bitcoin price of $6772 the three wallets are worth between $677 billion and $1.26 billion USD each. In comparison, the world’s richest individual, Jeff Bezos, is currently valued at $112 billion USD.

The three biggest Bitcoin wallets contain over 99974 Bitcoins, even at today’s low Bitcoin price of $6772 the three wallets are worth between $677 billion and $1.26 billion USD each. In comparison, the world’s richest individual, Jeff Bezos, is currently valued at $112 billion USD. submitted by cindex_platform to u/cindex_platform [link] [comments]

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150 USD value in XRP (Ripple) and BTC (Bitcoin) - 3 Winners (1/28) {WW}

150 USD value in XRP (Ripple) and BTC (Bitcoin) - 3 Winners (1/28) {WW} submitted by Simptonym to giveaways [link] [comments]

bitcoin is not a bubble it exactly the opposite supercollapse of matter in a good sense like black hole again in a good sense it will suck up all fiat money and gain value to the equilibrium 10 mln usd per 1 btc /r/Bitcoin

bitcoin is not a bubble it exactly the opposite supercollapse of matter in a good sense like black hole again in a good sense it will suck up all fiat money and gain value to the equilibrium 10 mln usd per 1 btc /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

"51%" Attack

TL;DR: With only 30% of network power a Majority Attack is possible and profitable. Am I missing anything?
Generally speaking, blockchains based on Proof-of-Work authentications are using amount of work as the weight of one's vote.
I will be talking specifically about bitcoin to simplify the discussion.
A transaction is consider confirmed usually after 6 blocks have been mined above it. Mostly even 2 blocks are considered enough, but let's examine the secure decision of 6 block. Now assume I have 30% of the network power.
Me and the network have the same prefix of blockchain. At this point I'm beging to work and append to it my own blocks, ignoring the rest of the network. The chances I will manage to build a blockchain that is at least as long as longest chain in the network, by the time the transaction is "confirmed" - is roughly 15% (reference below).
That means I can revert my confirmed transactions 15% of the times. Now all I need is to earn more money on a reverted block than I'm paying for the total computing power. This is not impossible. If a "confirmed" block is even half-fulled with my transactions, the total amount of transferred money can easily be 2 million usd (reference below).
Reverting at 15% success rate means at least one block every two hours (one block every ten minutes).
But 2 hours of work only cost me about 140,000 usd (ref below).
But more importantly: playing fair doesn't seem necessarily more profitable.
Playing by the rules for two hours equals today about 1.2 million usd income (If you own 30% of the network power).
It seems profitable to attack the system every now and then, even with 30% of network power.
(Obviously I rather revert a lot of "small" transactions than a huge one, so no one will get susplicious and wait for more confirmations.)
What am I missing?
A few points: - I rather not address issues such as "an attacker can be easily found". This may, or may not, be true. But it's not relevant for the question: Is it possible and profitable to attack the network with 30% network power. - If you are stating I'm not mistaken and this is true (which I doubt), please do specify your amount of familirity with the protocol and the security of the system.
Refernces:
Success rate with 30% network power (math here is simple but clumbsy to write down rigorously) https://pastebin.com/RhnGi04W
A single block carry a few thousand bitcoins (namely, a few million usd) https://blockchain.info/
Bitcoin value in usd https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin
Profits and costs of the entire bitcoin network: https://digiconomist.net/bitcoin-energy-consumption
(I assumed one hour of my working profits roughly: total_bitcoin_mining_income/365/24*0.3 as I own 0.3 of the network power)
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Why do the BTC, ETH, LTC charts on GDAX follow each other so similarly, despite all 3 having USD pairing?

I understand that on coinmarketcap, for example, ethereum's price in dollars will drop if bitcoins value in usd drops, since we measure ethereum's value in bitcoin. But on GDAX, or Coinbase, all 3 BTC ETH LTC are paired to the USD, which cuts off these ties mentioned above through bitcoin.
I've noticed that the charts on BTC ETH LTC on GDAX follow each other really really closely. If BTC goes up, then ETH and LTC goes up. The delay is at most 5 seconds.
So why is this? Is there some algorithmic explanation, bot trading?
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1 year 7 months ago one bitcoin was valued around $400 USD. In just 1 year the value of bitcoin has increased 500%. In 6 months it's increased 200%. I haven't been around long enough but these numbers seems absolutely unreal. /r/Bitcoin

1 year 7 months ago one bitcoin was valued around $400 USD. In just 1 year the value of bitcoin has increased 500%. In 6 months it's increased 200%. I haven't been around long enough but these numbers seems absolutely unreal. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Rough estimate: If Dogecoin were to this moment be as valuable as Bitcoin, 1 DOG = 0.00021 BTC ≈ 0.15 USD with a 33332% increase in value.

My math might be flawed so help me out here, but I've calculated that if Dogecoin were to instantly be as valuable as Bitcoin at the time of this post it would have a 1 USD to 7 Dogecoin exchange rate.
The math here is very simple. I took the max potential Dogecoins and divided those by the max potential Bitcoins. I then took that number and divided it by the current value of 1 BTC to USD.
100,000,000,000 / 21,000,000 ≈ 4761.9
4761.9 / 680 ≈ 7
These same numbers will also show us that we will probably never see Dogecoin trading for more than 1 Doge to .00021 BTC on the exchanges.
21,000,000 / 100,000,000,000 = 0.00021
Lastly, we can also calculate how much growth Dogecoin will see if it were to grow to the same value as Bitcoin using today's Dogecoin to Bitcoin exchange rate and the 0.00021 exchange rate from above which show a 33332% increase in value.
0.00021 / .00000063 ≈ 333.32 x 100 = 33332%
Please take note that these estimates are very simple and ignoring many other variables, but I just thought I'd share these calculations with everyone.
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"Mr. Bitcoin! Have you changed?" What is the core value of bitcoin in the future? 【Huobi-USD BitYes rewards 0.1 BTC for the best answer】

Hello everyone, I am "Hobbit" from BitYes, Huobi's BTC-USD exchange. On 4/7, 4/14, 4/22, 4/28 , BitYes will raise a bitcoin related fun topic and award 0.1BTC for the best answer (or answers) we pick! Please speak out your fun or useful ideas.
Today's topic is "Mr. Bitcoin! Have you changed?" We still remember that on November 19, 2013 was the all-time high price of bitcoin on Huobi – 8,000 CNY, which is more than 1,200 USD. That was almost ten times higher than the price when Huobi opened. Today, the bitcoin price has declined to less than 240 USD and we still don't know if the price will reverse soon or not. But it is a good time to think about the true value of bitcoin. When the price reached 1,200 USD, the speculation value was more than the technology value. Now, the practical application of bitcoin has got more attention. So what is the core value of bitcoin in the future? Let's know your fun and valuable ideas! We will pick the best answer (or answers) by 13th of April.
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Is the capital gains tax propping up BTC/USD?

The ETF being rejected, in general, was bad for bitcoin's value in USD in the short term.
The threats of fork-ish things on both sides of BU/Core, in general, is a negative sign for BTC/USD as well.
(I know there are people rooting for both of these things, but Im speaking in my subjective interpretation of generalities)
The point is that I think most people would think bitcoin's value to be going down with respect to the US Dollar.
But it isn't (yet).
However it is going down with respect to almost all altcoins.
Value, I think, then is leaving bitcoin into alts, but not into USD. Could capital gains tax be the reason? Are people avoiding (technically evading here, I suppose) tax on profits by jumping to an alt instead of USD?
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"Mr. Bitcoin! Have you changed?" What is the core value of bitcoin in the future? 【Huobi-USD BitYes rewards 0.1 BTC for the best answer】

Hello everyone, I am "Hobbit" from BitYes, Huobi's BTC-USD exchange. On 4/7, 4/14, 4/22, 4/28 , BitYes will raise a bitcoin related fun topic and award 0.1BTC for the best answer (or answers) we pick! Please speak out your fun or useful ideas.
Please leave your comment in the post below to win the 0.1BTC reward! http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/33glni/mr_bitcoin_have_you_changed_what_is_the_core/
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POW system "51%" attack

TL;DR: With only 30% of network power a Majority Attack is possible and profitable. Am I missing anything?
Generally speaking, blockchains based on Proof-of-Work authentications are using amount of work as the weight of one's vote.
I will be talking specifically about bitcoin to simplify the discussion.
A transaction is consider confirmed usually after 6 blocks have been mined above it. Mostly even 2 blocks are considered enough, but let's examine the secure decision of 6 block. Now assume I have 30% of the network power.
Me and the network have the same prefix of blockchain. At this point I'm beging to work and append to it my own blocks, ignoring the rest of the network. The chances I will manage to build a blockchain that is at least as long as longest chain in the network, by the time the transaction is "confirmed" - is roughly 15% (reference below).
That means I can revert my confirmed transactions 15% of the times. Now all I need is to earn more money on a reverted block than I'm paying for the total computing power. This is not impossible. If a "confirmed" block is even half-fulled with my transactions, the total amount of money can easily be 2 million usd (reference below).
Reverting at 15% success rate means at least one block every two hours (one block every ten minutes).
But 2 hours of work only cost me about 140,000 usd.
Or more importantly: playing fair doesn't seem necessarily more profitable. Playing by the rules for two hours equals today about 1.2 million usd income (If you own 30% of the network power).
It seems profitable to attack the system every now and then, even with 30% of network power.
(Obviously I rather revert a lot of "small" transactions than a huge one, so no one will get susplicious and wait for more confirmations.)
What am I missing?
A few points: - I rather not address issues such as "an attacker can be easily found". This may, or may not, be true. But it's not relevant for the question: Is it possible and profitable to attack the network with 30% network power. - If you are stating I'm not mistaken and this is true (which I doubt), please do specify your amount of familirity with the protocol and the security of the system.
Refernces:
Success rate with 30% network power (math here is simple but clumbsy to write down rigorously) https://pastebin.com/RhnGi04W
A single block carry a few thousand bitcoins (namely, a few million usd) https://blockchain.info/
Bitcoin value in usd https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin
Profits and costs of the entire bitcoin network: https://digiconomist.net/bitcoin-energy-consumption
(I assumed one hour of my working profits roughly: total_bitcoin_mining_income/365/24*0.3 as I own 0.3 of the network power)
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Best API for getting crypto value in USD?

Hey, I've been looking for an API to get Litecoin, Dogecoin, and Bitcoin's value in USD to display on my site. I'm trying to use cryptsy, but it's always timing out, and it looks like I'm getting a lot of data I really don't need. I thought I'd ask some people here on reddit for the best way to do what I need to do. Thanks!
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Im quite new to this but would be happy to get answers

For example, you are thinking that USD are about to undergo some nasty inflation and you wan't to take advantage of it by loaning at a bank and invest all those loans in bitcoin. And once inflation kicks in you sell back a portion of your hedge back to pay back your bank loan at a cheaper value, while keeping the remaining bitcoin you've made out of it. Are there any flaws or errors in that kind of move that i am not aware about?
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