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1  Local / Pazar Alanı / Satılık Senior Member Hesap on: March 05, 2019, 08:59:00 AM
Selamlar saygıdeğer Bitcointalk ahalisi;

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2  Local / Pazar Alanı / Satılık Hero Member Hesap on: March 04, 2019, 02:41:30 PM
Selamlar saygıdeğer Bitcointalk ahalisi;

Negatif trust bulunmayan ve imza kampanyalarına katılmamış Hero Member hesabı satıyorum. Orjinal E-mail adresiyle hesabı alıcıya devir edeceğim. Fiyat KDV dahil 469.00 USD'dir.

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3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Removed on: November 26, 2017, 04:38:00 PM
Mods please remove this.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Removed on: November 26, 2017, 04:35:22 PM
mods please remove this thread.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Multiple forks and not moving coins on: October 08, 2017, 01:18:01 PM
I was wondering what happens if multiple forks happen and you don't bother with moving your coins to access the coins on the other chains? Am I safe by not doing nothing?

For example the Bitcoin Cash hardfork happened, and I have the BCash coins in the BCash chain now, with the same addresses as I have my BTC on the Bitcoin chain.

Now with BGold, I will have coins too on the BGold chain, on the same addresses as the Bitcoin chain and BCash chain. So that's 3 different tokens on 3 different blockchains sitting on the same addresses. Is there any problem with that?

Im just waiting for the BGold fork to happen to access my BCash so I only have to move my BTC once. If I access my BCash now, I will need to move my BTC again after the BGold fork. So if I wait I will kill 2 birds with one stone.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Why is Bittrex taking 20 confirmations to deposit BCash? on: August 06, 2017, 05:10:47 PM
When trying to dump my BCash for more BTC, I am faced with several problems. One of them, is needing to send a transaction for each public key in order to maintain privacy.

The other is, how slow BCash is. Bittrex is taking 20 confirmations for deposits, which means it will take me forever to dump the entirity of my wallet.

I have seen other exchanges, that don't require 20 confirmations. Why does Bitttrex require 20 confirmations, while others like Bitfinex seem to take less? Is it safe to take less than 20 confirmations when depositing? Please help.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Can someone confirm this is a correct way to dump BCH coming from Bitcoin Core? on: August 05, 2017, 12:31:24 AM
Im running Bitcoin Core and I had all my money there when the split happened so I have all my BTC also on the BCash chain.

I just want to be safe than sorry. This is what I have on mind:

1) Download Bitcoin Cash client (from in another computer to guarantee my Bitcoin Core install stays clean.
2) Copy my wallet.dat and the blockchain files on the Bitcoin Cash client
3) Wait for it to validate
4) Once it's done (I guess this will take a couple of hours... maybe a day?) I should have the same amount of BTC I have showing up as BCH
5) This is the step im not sure about. Can I send my coins safely to an exchange from there?

Also, how do I maintain privacy? The exchanges I've used, generate the same receiving address for deposits, so my entire wallet would be linked to the same address...

How can I deposit all of my BTC (which consist of 100's of transactions) into the exchange without lossing privacy?

This is something I hate about bitcoin. You have to be so careful. I wish I could click "send" and forget about it. Having to keep track of inputs and outputs its a massive time waster and a headacher maker.

Anyway, please help me do this right.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Have you dumped your BCC yet? on: August 03, 2017, 03:57:15 PM
Have you dumped your BCC yet? If yes, explain the following:

1) What method did you use to dump it? Did you get the split from a Bitcoin Core wallet or other method to store your private keys?
2) If you selected an exchange, in what exchange did you send your coins to receive the split?
3) Have you sold yet? If so, in what exchange and how much have you sold?
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Why is Bitcoin Cash still listed as futures? on: August 01, 2017, 02:48:49 PM

Bitcoin Cash (Futures) (BCC)

According to this website:

The chains are already diverged from each other. The split is effective, i dont know the hashrate, but there are 2 chains right now.

The exchanges are a bit of a mess, they have frozen the BTC of deposits.

Im losing track of this. Is this the real price of BCC on coinmarketcap?
10  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / How to guarantee no risks of double spending on: July 29, 2017, 05:48:39 PM
As we all known, Bitmain and Roger Ver have decide to create their own altcoin in Aug 1st. I want to be ready, so I got all of my coins on my local wallet where I control everything. I run a Bitcoin Core full node with the latest version.

When the split happens, how do I guarantee that I don't lose my coins? My plan is to dump BCC for BTC in whatever exchange has the most liquidity. I will probably wait some hours for things to stabilize a bit and see how the market reacts, I also don't want to be the first sucker to test if this even works with their own bitcoin.

Anyway, how to do this safely knowing you aren't spending your legacy-chain coins?
11  Economy / Speculation / 21 BTC = inflation-adjusted $millionaire in 12 years on: April 18, 2017, 11:51:07 PM
In 12 years most of the bitcoin supply will already be mined. 20 million coins mined, the remaining BTC will be the one that goes slowly released through the rest of the 140 year period.

In practice, more than 1 million coins will be lost. This puts the 21 BTC holders in less than 1 million person on the entire planet.

This MUST mean that holders of 21 BTC are at least $millionaires. Otherwise BTC would have been a failure as a store of value (this is irrelevant to the scaling debate).
12  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Looks like Bitcoin will remain as it is for life on: April 13, 2017, 12:27:33 PM
We can never have enough consensus for segwit, 95% is too much.

UASF can cause some disturbances in the mining world, even miners that are signaling for segwit could suffer from network split resulting in PoW change (rendering their mining operation useless.. millions in loses?

BUcoin, BClassic etc, are developed by incompetent morons, no one will ever trust their money on those.

Looks like Bitcoin will remain as it is for life. What do we do now?
13  Economy / Speculation / People selling alts to go back in BTC on: March 26, 2017, 03:30:43 PM
Looks like the bottom was 8XX, now that the hard fork fears are going down and bitcoin unlimited is pretty much dead beyond any reasonable expectative, I can see more and more people jumping back in the Bitcoin train. Looks like ETH already peaked and BTC bottomed.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / 86% segwit support from users on: March 24, 2017, 02:00:00 PM

So a couple of chinese idiots with a lot of hashrate given by the chinese government in order to deploy the BUcoin trojan horse think their plan will work when literally nobody gives a fuck about the BUcoin software because it's a buggy mess, will release closed source patches, will ellect a president and secretary of bitcoin (LOL) and will base their scaling roadmap in a flawed concept (Emergent Consensus).
What can go wrong?

15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / BUcoiners are trolling you into buying alts on: March 24, 2017, 12:54:59 PM
There will be no hard fork because BUcoin has no real support from the community. Sooner or later Jihad Wu will retract and the current altcoin bubble will pop in your face and everyone not holding BTC will be left behind.
16  Economy / Trading Discussion / How to approach the next ETF? on: March 12, 2017, 05:22:39 PM
I've seen people already starting to talk about the next ETF in march 30th.

Will you do the same as the last ETF? (wait until the decision is made, then buy more). Will you sell before buying more, or will you use cash you have?

I would like to sell, but im not sure about when to sell, since we saw a mega pump before the actual decision.
17  Economy / Speculation / Solid X ETF on: March 11, 2017, 04:59:48 PM
So after what we saw yesterday, it is clear that the ETFs are a good opportunity to make some BTC.

In March 30th, Solid X will try to get their ETF passed. We saw that Winklevoss ETF got rejected because SEC "can't regulate bitcoin". I fail to see how the outcome of this one will be any different. So I predict another dump.

The problem is, will people care about this one as much as the Winklevoss one? The Winklevoss are celebrities, I have no idea who "Solid X". There needs to be hype in order to make some cash from speculation.

Well, good luck and don't lose any BTCs, because in 10 years we will be rich so don't forget to hodl what you win.
18  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Can we please get a "date" tab in the "Recieving addresses" window? on: March 11, 2017, 03:14:54 PM
I have tons of addresses that I've used to receive payments and im going insane trying to figure out the order of those, sometimes I want to check something and seeing it in order of creation would be way more reasonable than just ordered alphanumerically.
19  Economy / Trading Discussion / The ETF situation is a definition of trading=gambling on: March 05, 2017, 12:54:15 PM
So what we have now is a situation where a dip is expected if X event happens, and a price rally or even massive pump if X event happens...

We only know some odds, which ultimately are not reliable as we have seen in the past with brexit and trump events with odds against those events.

So it's a gamble: ETF or no ETF? sell and buy back cheaper, or hold and see your BTC go $3000?

I have no idea, it all comes down to luck, so good luck to you (and to me)
20  Economy / Economics / A little perspective: $198 to $1139 then and $198 to $1139 now on: March 05, 2017, 12:18:38 AM
Bitstamp prices, same zoom setting, same 3-day increases candle, the result:

As you can see, this is natural sustainable growth, we are not in bubble territory. If we started a 2013 type of uprise, the price would be at $10000+ with that steep angle, which means, anything is possible and we have not started the FOMO yet.
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