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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / ​​The Segwit2X hardfork will be held on December 28, all about new Bitcoin fork on: December 21, 2017, 07:10:38 PM
​​The Segwit2X hardfork will be held on December 28, all about the new Bitcoin fork

It seems that the implementation of Segwit2X's hardfork will still occure, in less than seven days. Block number 501451, which will be mined approximately on December 28, 2017, can become the defining factor for the new - old fork Segwit2X and a kind of "Christmas gift" for the entire Bitcoin community.

"Commission and transaction speed within the Bitcoin network reached incredible values. The last month the average commission of the network is 15-20 US dollars, and the confirmation rate can reach several days. Bitcoin is simply impossible to use as a means of payment

Source: ICO and crypto news telegram channel.

Guys are you aware of it.  I think this is the effect of bitcoin price dump we are finding now.

Investing on bitcoin will double time profit again. My speculation about the btc  price on the chart may touch up to 25k USD. So what is yours.
2  Other / Meta / Post count in my account has been reduced more than 10 down. on: October 06, 2017, 07:30:31 PM
Hello mates,

I am weird to see this in my profile today. I have noticed that my post count on the profile page has been reduced down but when counting via show post link all my posts are with the date and exact time.

I want to know that, Should have to go with this count or do more post increase the count. Since I am part of campaigning this will impact in my payment as well. Please help.

Thank you.
3  Economy / Economics / South Africa's Super market started accepting bitcoin on: September 20, 2017, 12:12:18 PM
South Africa's second-largest supermarket chain tested bitcoin payments earlier this year but it doesn't plan to roll out the option to its stores anytime soon, according to its CEO.

Pick n Pay, which operates in a number of African countries as well as South Africa, piloted a payment system in partnership with startups Electrum and Luno. That initiative was limited to a staff cafeteria, CEO Richard van Rensburg told BusinessDay in an interview, and is no longer active.

As for when the supermarket chain might expand the option to an actual storefront, van Rensburg demurred, pointing to a difficult regulatory environment as the root cause for hesitation.

Courtesy: Coindesk

Soon it will become in regular usage SA cities. Even you can expect bitcoin will be adopted in Wall mart, AL-Ghurair and many more soon.

Pass your suggestions about the super markets need to accept the bitcoin according to your view.
4  Economy / Speculation / Bitcoin Price Jumps Above $4,800 for the First Time on: September 01, 2017, 03:47:48 AM
Bitcoin's price briefly passed above the $4,800 mark for the first time today.

According to data from CoinDesk's Bitcoin Price Index (BPI), the price of the cryptocurrency hit a high of $4,802.74, before falling back to levels seen over the past few hours of trading.

Courtesy: CoinDesk

Guys what would be opinion upcoming months and what is expected price in upcoming year. Normally price use to bump when we nearing new from Dec 20 to Jan 1.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / What are all the best mining software are available in the market? on: August 04, 2017, 02:45:34 PM
I know the mining software are also equally supports to hardware. Apart from cloud mining, this support will be there.

Software monitors this input and output of your miner while also displaying statistics such as the speed of your miner, hashrate, fan speed and the temperature.

Please share the best mining software to use.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Is this possible? on: August 05, 2014, 04:27:06 AM
Is it possible to change the private key of a bitcoin (or other altcoin) wallet, otherwise keeping the wallet *the same*, and render the old private key useless?
I'm betting this shows a some fundamental misunderstanding of cryptography, but please humor me.
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