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November 04, 2015, 09:46:52 PM
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Btw you can use software like Electrum which won't take 3 days to download!
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November 04, 2015, 10:29:03 PM
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I am mainly poker player whos excited to start using it.  Wink

You have any wicked bad beat or crazy win stories for us?

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November 05, 2015, 12:49:31 AM
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Hi all

  First thing i have done is installed Bitcoin Core - had to wait 3 days for it to synchronize all the blocks.
Now looking to get some bitcoins to see how it works. I am mainly poker player whos excited to start using it.  Wink

welcome to the world of Bitcoin,enjoy your stay. oooh if you like poker check out betcoin (in my signature) they have all types of bitcoin games includng poker. Cheesy
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November 05, 2015, 12:24:53 PM
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I am mainly poker player whos excited to start using it.  Wink

You have any wicked bad beat or crazy win stories for us?

 Oh man lots of bad beat stories, i thought people hate listening to them Smiley
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November 05, 2015, 12:46:32 PM
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Hi all

  First thing i have done is installed Bitcoin Core - had to wait 3 days for it to synchronize all the blocks.
Now looking to get some bitcoins to see how it works. I am mainly poker player whos excited to start using it.  Wink

welcome to the world of Bitcoin,enjoy your stay. oooh if you like poker check out betcoin (in my signature) they have all types of bitcoin games includng poker. Cheesy

 I will try betcoin.ag for sure, nice promotions you have there for poker, table starters really nice + VIP love it
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November 05, 2015, 01:03:49 PM
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Hi all

  First thing i have done is installed Bitcoin Core - had to wait 3 days for it to synchronize all the blocks.
Now looking to get some bitcoins to see how it works. I am mainly poker player whos excited to start using it.  Wink

welcome to the world of Bitcoin,enjoy your stay. oooh if you like poker check out betcoin (in my signature) they have all types of bitcoin games includng poker. Cheesy

 I will try betcoin.ag for sure, nice promotions you have there for poker, table starters really nice + VIP love it

I also play bitcoin.ag, they have a lot of users and it also has a lot of tournaments with a big reward. but sometimes the tournament makes me bored because there was a late registrant system
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April 22, 2017, 06:40:28 PM
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There should be some kind of a tutorial for new bitcoin users (Im not saying it doesnt exist) which would be very popular and easy to find.
The most important thing in this tutorial would be why you should not download the bitcoin core as a new-born in this world (at least, I think that is one of the most important aspects).

Everybody can be scared about the amount of data needed to download for using it, and the newbie can think like "So, if I can only use bitcoin by bitcoincore, then Im going to quit that because Im not going to download over 100 GB of data just to transfer money!".

Im pretty tired of teaching the new people here to not use bitcoincore, but different wallets which do not require such an action.














 

 

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