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1  Local / Português (Portuguese) / Re: Halving do Bitcoin em 2016 on: February 24, 2016, 01:11:13 PM
Ola pessoal, entro na conversa para dar a minha opiniao....
Eu acho que iremos ver um grande aumentar do preço, 1 ou 2 meses antes do Halving de julho . Eu o imagino como uma bolha financeira que ira diminuir perto do dia do Halving. Em qualquer caso o preço voltara a se estabilizar a um preço mais alto do pre-bolha.

Opa, concordo contigo, mas só acho que o ajuste do preço vai começar um pouco antes do halving efetivo.

Alguém sabe de alguma calculadora precisa que tenta prever a data em que isso vai acontecer?

Achei esse bem legal

mas ela fala que vai acontecer em agosto, e eu sempre ouvi falar que iria acontecer em junho ou até antes...
2  Other / Off-topic / Re: Are you buying bitcoins? Why? on: February 24, 2016, 01:06:22 PM
I'm buying bitcoins too but my first source here is not my own fiat. I used my bitcoin earnings from doing bitcoin earning job. I sold them to USD in an exchange site then buying coins when the price is dip. That's the start of my buying and selling journey.
3  Local / Economia & Mercado / Re: Guia em português: 6 passos pra ganhar 0,18 BTC/mês [VERIFICADO] PREÇO BAIXOU! on: February 23, 2016, 05:20:15 PM
Bom dia gente, passei pra informar que o preço caiu pela metade e tá em só 8$.

Vale muito a pena, não percam essa oportunidade.

Qualquer dúvida visitem o link do post original que está no primeiro post e onde estão as verificações dos usuários de confiança do fórum.

Link para comprar a versão traduzida (ACEITA BTC E LTC)

obrigado por trazer isso para o português

com o bitcoin subindo às alturas, é sempre bom ter uma renda garantida

4  Other / Off-topic / Re: Are you buying bitcoins? Why? on: February 23, 2016, 05:19:01 PM
Since fees charged by the exchanges in my country are too high, i'm not buying bitcoin using fiat money. I'm investing my time in activities paid in btc instead.

I strongly believe we'll see an impressive rise in price within the next months.

5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin has died 88 times on: February 23, 2016, 05:17:16 PM
Just read this very enlightening thead

Tactics to Be Employed by the Pseudo-Identities
Intensify Discussion: Any news that could be perceived as negative must be amplified to extremes and made into hyperbolic worst-case scenarios. The public departure of Mike Hearn from the Bitcoin space created an environment ripe for exploitation. The media got ahold of that and ran on it for days. This would have been a huge victory for subversives because it further eroded the perceived global integrity of Bitcoin both as a software and a solution. But the Hearn story is only one small example; the list of potential topics is endless: Blocks might fill up...the network will clog...nodes will crash... users will leave...Bitcoin will die!!!! Fear is not difficult to manufacture.

Depress Positive Momentum: Any story with positive attention should be downplayed while messengers of positive news should be accused of “being shills,” “scam artists,” or worse. Blockstream’s acquisition of capital and talent would, in many circles, be viewed as a net positive. Employing the simple tool of implied guilt, however, the perceived value of the asset book becomes a joke, or is used as evidence of foul play. For example: Bitcoin Core’s implementation of mempool limits to prevent the doomsday scenarios of #1 above gets spun as “another fee market!!!” Reality matters less than perception. Another victory.

Character Assassination: Identify flaws and foibles in thought leaders especially; question the integrity and good intentions of anyone who appears to possess either. Any number of names can be pointed to here. With the right amount of assets, you can accomplish quite a bit. Even if you don’t have the facts, choose potentially divisive targets and deploy your sock-puppets to make up rumors. Perception is what matters.

Instigate Fights: Mock and ridicule both sides of any disagreement that forms to accelerate existing antagonism and grow the division between disparate sides. This past month, a spam attack targeting members of the Reddit Bitcoin communities added more fuel to the fire. The message was sent from a variety of accounts, most with no posts or comments. The message was tailored to look like a personal message, championing the Ethereum platform. Naturally, this created a conflict due to the perceived competitive nature of Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Maintain Access to Pseudo-neutrality: Maintain a number of pseudo-identities with mild, thoughtful reputations to build support or ridicule when advantageous; ridicule and write off any who openly challenge your intentions; when pressed, claim objectivity. Or if reputation is not needed, go into full-blown troll mode and resort to ad hominems. This creates a scene and adds to the sense of collective group insanity, which demoralizes further.

Deny and Shift Blame: Any attempts by others to accuse of exploitation must be met by either silence or derision (situationally dependent). This is a simple tactic because it never gives any satisfaction of gains made in honest, impassioned debate. If the only result of the majority of your online debates is that you dread the replies to your posts, valuable discussion slows to a crawl.
Full article can be found here.

All those "deaths" seem to be well explained by this analysis...
6  Economy / Digital goods / Re: [VOUCHED; AUTOBUY] METHOD TO PROFIT 0.18 BTC PER MONTH. PRICE IS NOW ONLY 10$. on: February 22, 2016, 11:29:29 PM
When is the deadline? I don't have the full amount in my wallet right now  Cry

Could you save one copy for me, please? I'll pay it tomorrow!!

thank you
7  Economy / Digital goods / Re: [AUTOBUY] METHOD: 6 EASY STEPS TO PROFIT at least 0.18 BTC PER MONTH [VOUCHED] on: February 22, 2016, 07:50:41 PM
This method is very good idea, but selling this to more people can disturb this system. Please consider that finally everyone can lose.

I agree. I bought and find it a great method, but if you oversell it it will become useless in a short time. Be careful!


I'm planning to close it by the end of the day tomorrow, I haven't reached 10 copies yet.

Do not worry, I'll not saturate the market!


How many copies hare you sold?

This information is important so I can calculate the potential replication I can make for this method...


This information is pretty easy to get, or at least to have a decent estimate. You just have to take a look at the thread and count how many people have posted a review or stated they got a vouch or coupon... right?

8  Local / Português (Portuguese) / Re: Dúvida sobre a qualidade dos posts on: February 22, 2016, 07:44:05 PM

porque você não é newbie. Se fosse eu desconfiaria!

Quando é Newbie dá para perceber rapidinho pela pergunta. Parece que está escrito na "testa" do sujeito. Agora, quanto a fake, vixe, entraram um monte nos últimos dias. Acho que andaram compartilhando no facebook os ganhos das campanhas de assinaturas.

como dá "like" no comentário? :-D

Dar like eu acho que não tem como, mas o que eu sei que dá pra fazer é votar na reputação dos usuários, só entrar no perfil do sujeito! Cheesy

foi uma pergunta retórica e irônica...

Cadê você Girino. Estamos sentindo sua falta. Vê se volta.

Girino cansou de postar por merreca e agora tá fazendo investimentos de peso...

Pode apostar haha

Eu acho que ele tinha comentado algo sobre fazer trade ou algo do tipo.
9  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTS] 3x Primavera Sound 2016 Barcelona Full Pass on: February 22, 2016, 07:20:25 PM
Was going with my girlfriend and his son...

Not that I care... just if I accidentally said something borderline gay on here I'd like someone to point it out.

Good luck with your sale!


tottaly missed that, gonna fix it. I mean "her", not his.

Not being a native English speaker is sometimes tricky.

thanks for pointing that out.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How do you store your bitcoins? on: February 22, 2016, 02:30:03 PM
I try to diversify. I keep a little in an android mycellium app, and most of my savings that are in bitcoin I keep inside a Ledger Wallet. I think it's the safest way to keep bitcoins nowadays.
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Can Bitcoin make Banks disappear? on: February 22, 2016, 02:29:05 PM
Bitcoins will develop a structure of alternative banking, but it won't make the banks disappear. Banking is universally known and the banks has been used by normal people. It takes time for bitcoin to reach normal people.

Even when it does, it will required a trully revolution in order for the governments to recognize it as an exchange currency. The world elites will not easily let go of their power...
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is Bitcoin trusted to put your real money on: February 22, 2016, 02:27:02 PM
There is nothing 100% trusted in the world. Anyways, I've been systematically putting some fiat into bitcoin wallets every month. I believe price will increase with the halving and I'll profit a little amount Cheesy
13  Economy / Goods / Re: [WTS] 3x Primavera Sound 2016 Barcelona Full Pass on: February 18, 2016, 10:01:14 PM
hello, how does this ticket work? Do I have to print it myself or you are going to forward it to me via Courier?


You'll be able to print it yourself. There's a verification mechanism that you can make with their custumer service.

still got 2 available.

Full pass is out of stock, so I should be selling this for a lot of more money. I'm in need of money so I'm selling it really cheap.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Cheapest price you bought your Bitcoin(s) on: February 17, 2016, 07:32:54 PM
Exchange rate is not followed if someone needs to convert their coins to fiat so even if exchange rate is at $200, someone can still buy below $200 from those who wants fast money. I remember buying coins at rate of $180 while exchange rate is at $200.
15  Economy / Services / Re: FortuneJack Twitter Campaign! Earn Up to 0.12 BTC per Month! on: February 12, 2016, 05:47:56 PM
I'm Newbie.
I want join to your Campaign.
I have 800+ folower.
Can i join pleas?

Calm down this is old thread and this campaign is ended.

Why? i see not ended.

Unfortunately, we have ended the Twitter campaign. You can take part in our signature campaign: /1k47WOl]http://[Suspicious link removed]/1k47WOl
and video contest campaign:

Thank you for your interest.

If you want to be in this competitive business than don't cheat people otherwise you may need to close your business very soon. I saw few people raise a questions about you trust on selecting people, not paying for their work and didn't pay the bonus.

seems that you loose some money on gambling, So you're mad at casino.
i am from the beginning to the end of the this campaign, and all of the payments will be on time, without any problems.

for OP, maybe you may to lock this thread, campaign is finished, andnot need for new post here

C'mon everyone, why isn't this thread closed or even deleted?? Or at least update OP to say it's closed. Just wasted a lot of time here...
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Methods of growing your Bitcoin? on: February 12, 2016, 05:45:37 PM
I guess selling things and services is also now very good method to grow your bitcoins as many doing this right now without any problem, i think.
17  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin in 2020 on: February 12, 2016, 05:44:38 PM
My guess is that it's a really tough job to predict what's gonna be Bitcoin value in 2020 but if it goes high then it's really good for us. Until then we will have two halving,and muck power mining for mining fewer bitcoin. I guess Bitcoin in 2020 will be more stable and more popularized because more people will use it and more great marketplaces will use as well as payment processor, also it's price will increase during this period IMHO.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Estranged Core Developer Gavin Andresen Finally Makes Sensible 2MB BIP Proposal! on: February 11, 2016, 11:23:07 AM

1) 'Node Centralization' is no reason to choose between 1MB Core and 2MB other
2) Doubling block size will have negligible impact upon node count
3) In the end, nodes are negligible marginal utility anyhow.
1) agreed; the debate is fees vs. adoption; I, for one, would rather delay the onset of fees in favor of adoption for now
2) agreed; with >5800 full nodes, I sincerely doubt all that many will be forced off the network unable to keep up
3) agreed; which is unfortunate; I, for one, would like to see non-mining full nodes paid at least a little bit

if those nodes do not get a satisfactory reward then supporting transactions would slowly become an unwanted task. This would be a huge problem for the ecosystem.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I need advice on best Bitcoin wallet to replace Coinbase on: February 11, 2016, 11:20:44 AM
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I work at a small nonprofit in Berkeley, CA. We have happily used Coinbase to collect donations for a couple of years now. Suddenly, Coinbase closed our account, seemingly because we are a business and not an individual. I'm not 100% clear on why, but it seems to do with new legal regulations. Anyway, the point is that we need to choose a new Bitcoin wallet, and I need advice on which one to go with.

What I liked about Coinbase: 1) Their system let me easily generate a button so that I could add a Bitcoin payments button to our donations page, 2) Coinbase would convert anything in our account into dollars and do an automatic bank transfer at midnight every day, 3) there were handy reports so that I could keep track of transactions.

Our needs are simple, as you can see. If anybody has tips about a Bitcoin wallet that works like Coinbase, or is better buts still pretty easy to use, I would love to hear from you. The most important features are the ones I posted above.

i dont really understand why coinbase close your account,have you ask to them why your account closed?
i suggest you to use multibit,its seem like coinbase i think.

I would recommend to be very careful with Multibit, been hearing a lot of bad stuff about it lately.

20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is Bitcoin 'real money' to you? on: February 11, 2016, 11:19:27 AM
When i first time i thought bitcoin is  just internet token
yes, me too, I first saw bitcoin, I thought it was just a token that is very difficult to get it for free and have to buy an expensive price, but I was wrong about that, and now I consider it a real money

Actually this description fits quite well to bitcoin, for the people who haven't heard about it earlier Wink Tokens are some form of payment mean, just with limited acceptation range.

I don't any difference between tokens and money. If you can use something as a measure of value to buy stuff (or sell it), then it's equivalent to money.

One could say a token is money itself, cause it's an object or concept people agree upon as containing an intrinsic value. That is the exact same case for cash.
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