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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / What's the difference between BU and Segwit? on: April 24, 2017, 02:24:25 AM
BU is owned by Chinese elites and Segwit is owned by Bankers or Rothschild. So what's the difference?

I guess the only difference is that, the core group has been maintaining the welfare of bitcoin since the beginning of this crypto currency.
2  Other / Meta / Why im still newbie? on: January 27, 2017, 04:58:54 PM
Hello as the title says
Ive been active in this forum and had a post count of 52 plus this new post.
My question is why im still a newbie?
Is this some kind of a bug or im just missing something i dont know.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / How Do Use/Spent Bitcoin ? on: January 16, 2017, 08:12:33 AM
In some countries bitcoin cannot be use to buy Real stuffs like food clothes and other goods and services but even though bitcoin can be used in plenty of ways mostly in the cyberworld it is used in online markets like Game Credits, Gadgets some use it in the dark webs to purchase weeds,drugs. Others are trading it to a different crypto-currency or exchanging to dollars, so how to you use it ? Smiley
4  Economy / Speculation / What will happen to BTC next week ? on: January 14, 2017, 06:31:25 AM
Bitcoin rate continued to rise during the first weekdays of 2017 and reach its all time high price around $1139.89 but after that it has tremendously fallen and reach its current value $822.49.
So, the bullish wave, that has been fueling the price rate to surge since the last year or to be more precise since september, has been apprently reverse and the price rate of bitcoin has continuesly drop since then. Ive read some bitcoin speculations that this will continue til the upcoming week. So, what can we expect during the upcoming week ? Will the BTC price continue's to rise up after this brief price correction attempt ? Or the big guys in the market will continue to pull its price to lower levels ?
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