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381  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Boss lives in USA & I live in NZ - want to transfer my wages by bitcoin! HELP! on: July 27, 2014, 12:16:55 AM
Coinbase accounts (for both of you) might work best for the actual payment transaction - it's easy to use and will track transaction history and such for you. Once you receive your pay you can decide if you want to keep the balance with Coinbase or another wallet (i.e., cold storage, paper, etc).
I don't think coinbase allows accounts outside the us or at least cannot allow withdrawals of fiat to any bank but us banks. They would be best for the OPs boss though as they allow for recurring purchases.
382  Other / Off-topic / Re: VPNs - do you use it on: July 27, 2014, 12:06:17 AM
TOR is much better option than VPN
TOR will leak the fact that you are using TOR while VPN will not necessarily leak the fact that you are using a VPN.

TOR is much slower then most VPNs will be. There are also a lot of sites that block access to TOR exit nodes
383  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: 51% problem still existant after all coins have been mined ? on: July 26, 2014, 11:58:04 PM
Since this will be in more than 50 years, many events can happen to make Bitcoin secure even though there are no block rewards to incencitive miners.

Bitcoin could become widespread enough for mining to be sustainable with transaction feess, or perhaps in 40 years it will switch to PoS v.24 or something like this Wink

There are many other CryptoCurrencies that will finish coin generation soon.... How will they be able to work then if they are that vulnerable ?

All altcoins I know which have finished coin generation use PoS, so no mining is needed.
pos coins have they own vulnerabilities and pos is generally much less secure then pow
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