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May 12, 2018, 08:21:22 AM
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Jr. Member mohit3110MM banned! should be banned for plagiarism too. He copied a large article, I'll only quote a part of it here.

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Bitcoin (BTC)
The price of Bitcoin has fallen dramatically over the last 24 hours. At press time, the currency is wallowing at $8,477 – roughly $600 less than where it stood yesterday afternoon. Prior to that, the currency had experienced a weekend high of $9,800 but subsequently dropped to $9,500 and $9,300 respectively within a 48-hour period. This ultimately marks a $1,200 drop in only five days.

Original: https://cryptoslate.com/price-watch-bitcoin-ethereum-ripple-bitcoin-cash-and-litecoin-sink-deeper-in-the-red/

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May 13, 2018, 02:46:22 AM
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MetaMask uses something called "hierarchical deterministic wallets" (gory details) to generate addresses. Essentially, the addresses that you generate are determined solely by the "seed phrase." The first time you run MetaMask, it will generate a seed phrase for you, and then when you install MetaMask on other computers, you can "restore" from the same seed phrase. This means that the same addresses will be generated in the same order.

Original: https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/33158/same-metamask-account-can-live-in-two-computers-at-the-same-time/33185#33185
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As to #2, MetaMask uses something called "hierarchical deterministic wallets" (gory details) to generate addresses. Essentially, the addresses that you generate are determined solely by the "seed phrase." The first time you run MetaMask, it will generate a seed phrase for you, and then when you install MetaMask on other computers, you can "restore" from the same seed phrase. This means that the same addresses will be generated in the same order.

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May 13, 2018, 06:37:24 AM
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Jr. Member David Way banned! is polluting the Bitcoin Technical Support board with off-topic plagiarism about ethereum. Please end his posting privileges.

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You need to be in Ubuntu: I ran a virtual machine in oracle virtualbox

if you need help doing that follow tutorial(https://linus.nci.nih.gov/bdge/installUbuntu.html)

i used this version of ubuntu (ubuntu-16.04.3-desktop-amd64.iso)

Once you are successfully in Ubuntu (probably works with other linux distributions but this is what i tested) follow these steps

go to documents and create a folder named "bruteforce"

follow this link https://gist.github.com/tayvano/7755e3e8d8b64581d5ff2865087b93f8
(the post is much longer than this)

Original: https://www.reddit.com/r/MyEtherWallet/comments/7y1xxf/private_key_missing_4_characters_when_issued/ (you may need to click "show more posts", it's the post made by user blurpesec).

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May 13, 2018, 01:54:20 PM
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Newbie Now Jr. Member novak hiel not banned yet! made the mistake of posting plagiarism in a topic that I follow. And without context it makes no sense 6 to post it again after 6 years. Please nuke his account, that also removes some of his bounty applications.

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It's about 58 times more likely to find addresses that start with your pattern. You could do a filtering step afterwards…

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It's about 58 times more likely to find addresses that start with your pattern. You could do a filtering step afterwards…


In the same thread, Jr. Member AnnSerg77 banned! deserves a ban too.

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I finally decided to download this simply program so that I would no longer impose upon Rassah to create my vanity addresses. I read the OP and understood it perfectly until I got to GitHub. At this point all bets were off. I continued to read this thread and finally came to the conclusion that if this is easy, I've yet to realize it.

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I finally decided to download this simply program so that I would no longer impose upon Rassah to create my vanity addresses. I read the OP and understood it perfectly until I got to GitHub. At this point all bets were off. I continued to read this thread and finally came to the conclusion that if this is easy, I've yet to realize it.

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May 14, 2018, 11:53:21 AM
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Member Melody Jelly not banned yet! deserves a ban too:

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Byteball will grow like a snow ball. It is very hard or difficult not do anything about it.
Tony and your team deserve a lot respect...

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Byteball will grow like a snow ball. It is very hard or difficult not do anything about it. I can have a new job if I want, just teaching five people everyday  about byteball I will get 100 dollars, this other five people will do the same... and so on...Byteball can pass bitcoin very easy.  And because of the lack of exchages for byteball, it has the potential for people to people exchage...I think it cannot get any better than this...Tony and your team deserve a lot respect...


Jr. Member zhundy banned! should say goodbye to his account too. Please ban him.

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Very exciting collection! Thank You for the idea. You could keep the thread continually updated so that I will not have to go through a monolithic wall of posts to get the best ones. I can hardly wait the sight of an address that is a full sentence. Has anyone created an address like that? I do not care if it is vanity or similar.

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Very exciting collection! Thank You for the idea. You could keep the thread continually updated so that I will not have to go through a monolithic wall of posts to get the best ones. I can hardly wait the sight of an address that is a full sentence. Has anyone created an address like that? I do not care if it is vanity or similar.

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May 15, 2018, 06:54:40 AM
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Hackers steals $30 million worth Ethereum Currency was stolen by hackers through a cyber attack launched on the three of the largest wallets on a recent note. And as per the sources reporting to Cybersecurity Insiders, the latest heist launched on the multi-sig wallets of Ether happens to be a major cyber attack to have hit the Crypto currency space.

Security experts who are probing on the issue say that Multi-Sig Wallets of Ether were accessed and around 150,000 units were extracted from different e-wallets in a time frame of just 4 days.


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The news is out that around $30 million worth Ethereum Currency was stolen by hackers through a cyber attack launched on the three of the largest wallets on a recent note. And as per the sources reporting to Cybersecurity Insiders, the latest heist launched on the multi-sig wallets of Ether happens to be a major cyber attack to have hit the Crypto currency space.

Security experts who are probing on the issue say that Multi-Sig Wallets of Ether were accessed and around 150,000 units were extracted from different e-wallets in a time frame of just 4 days.


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May 15, 2018, 07:56:29 AM
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Bitcoin is heavily dependent on this mining process. Due to the mining carried out by miners Bitcoin will validate every transaction, build and store the new block into blockchain. To save the new blocks into the Blockchain, miners must reach consensus.

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https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@ardian27/complete-explanation-of-bitcoin-miningpart-1-miner-role-and-function-20171110t3403322z

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life in the Bitcoin Mine project that aims to create a transparent cloud mining and how to see the Bitcoin industry move forward. Bitcoin mining has become one of the world's most difficult and competitive industries. From the market price correction after Mt. GOX exploded, the laws of hypocritical national regulations and the reaction of banking lobbyists, the struggle to own the latest and greatest ASIC mining rig technology and beyond. Not just Genesis Mining, one of the largest Bitcoin companies in the world.

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https://cointelegraph.com/news/life-inside-a-bitcoin-mine-interview-with-genesis-minings-marco-streng

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http://archive.today/XkUPh


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May 15, 2018, 01:16:05 PM
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User azguard2(banned) Plagiarized in my own thread :
When a new transaction is signed, it is broadcasted on the Bitcoin network. It will then be collected and recorded in a block. Each block, once constituted, will in turn be broadcasted.
All these messages are public and verifiable.
They make it possible to notify and therefore take to witness all the participants of the Bitcoin network on any new information that enriches the blockchain.
Messages are transferred over the network in a binary format, encoding numbers on 32 bits or 256 bits using the Little-Endian convention.
The Little-Endian convention sets the bytes from the lowest weight to the strongest weight, the Big-Endian convention sets the bytes from the strongest weight to the lowest weight.


For example the number 1 is represented in hexadecimal on 32 bits by 00000001 with the Big-Endian convention and 01000000 with the Little-Endian convention.

The number 1 on 32 bits with the Big-Endian convention:
 Byte 3 |  Byte 2 |  Byte 1 |  Byte 0
--------+---------+---------+--------
     00 |     00  |     00  |      01

The number 1 on 32 bits with the Little-Endian convention:
 Byte 0 |  Byte 1 |  Byte 2 |  Byte 3
--------+---------+---------+--------
     01 |      00 |      00 |      00
God damn you. Do you have to copy paste this without siting a reference? I ran this through plagiarism checker and 97.5% is Plagiarized:
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Original reference : https://pascalpares.gitbooks.io/implementation-of-the-bitcoin-system/content/1-network.html#messages
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May 15, 2018, 02:01:15 PM
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Bitcoin is nothing more than a mobile app or a computer program that provides a Bitcoin wallet and allows users to send and receive bitcoins. This is how Bitcoin works for most users.

Behind the scenes, the Bitcoin network shares a public record called "chain-block". This record contains all transactions ever processed, enabling the user's computer to verify the validity of each transaction. The authenticity of each transaction is protected by digital signatures related to the sender's address, allowing all users to have full control over the bitcoin delivery from their Bitcoin address.
In addition, anyone can process transactions using special hardware counting power and get a gift in bitcoin for this service. This activity is often referred to as "mining".

Source: https://steemit.com/bitcoin/@fariz/bitcoin-know-usefulness-advantages-security-transaction-and-validity-76157a12e974e
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From a user point of view, Bitcoin is nothing more than a mobile app or a computer program that provides a Bitcoin wallet and allows users to send and receive bitcoins. This is how Bitcoin works for most users.

Behind the scenes, the Bitcoin network shares a public record called "chain-block". This record contains all transactions ever processed, enabling the user's computer to verify the validity of each transaction. The authenticity of each transaction is protected by digital signatures related to the sender's address, allowing all users to have full control over the bitcoin delivery from their Bitcoin address.


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May 16, 2018, 05:00:05 PM
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This newbie account gracebroo14 (Banned) started his journey in the forum by copying others posts. He even copied the emojis (which turned to text that made it obvious) that's why he's been caught.

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Whew the difficulty,  Shocked
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Whew the difficulty,  Shocked

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Everyone should try look into this project, Arcblock, its a great project... Dont lets underrate ut the way people thought deeponions won't go far...
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Everyone should try look into this project, Arcblock, its a great project... Dont lets underrate ut the way people thought deeponions won't go far...

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If you think this project is still not a success then you may have a high standard of about altcoins, I think the development flows well and for me this is already a project success. because all inside is a team of the best ever, I hope this will be a pilot project for the best ever. they are the team of DCORP crowdsale involved  Wink Smiley
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If you think this project is still not a success then you may have a high standard of about altcoins, I think the development flows well and for me this is already a project success. because all inside is a team of the best ever, I hope this will be a pilot project for the best ever. they are the team of DCORP crowdsale involved  Wink Smiley
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May 17, 2018, 07:44:34 AM
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What is a custodial service?

A custodial service is when an entity or individual holds a client’s property or money on their behalf.  The custodian is responsible for the safety of the financial products. If you are a custodial client, you are still the beneficial owner of the financial products but are held on your behalf by the custodian.


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I think Bitcoin should be Custodial Services needed...

Source: https://www.asb.co.nz/help/what-is-custodial-service.html
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What is a custodial service?
Last Updated: 15 Feb 2017
A custodial service is when an entity or individual holds a client’s property or money on their behalf.  The custodian is responsible for the safety of the financial products. If you are a custodial client, you are still the beneficial owner of the financial products but are held on your behalf by the custodian.

At ASB Securities, the registered owner of the financial products can be ASB Nominees Limited, ASB Securities or the nominated offshore custodian who holds them in custody on your behalf. You are always listed as the beneficial owner.

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May 18, 2018, 01:05:38 PM
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They are copy / pasting earlier replies within the same thread. Their posts before this copy / pasting started are mostly permutations of "good job" and "i like this project".


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it's just news of various ways of strategy to drop crypto prices. and they succeeded it was time for high-ranking officials to buy crypto.

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it's just news of various ways of strategy to drop crypto prices. and they succeeded it was time for high-ranking officials to buy crypto.  Shocked


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Every time you consider increased centralisation for whatever reason, you must ask yourself this question: why am I not simply using VISA?

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Every time you consider increased centralisation for whatever reason, you must ask yourself this question: why am I not simply using VISA?


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I really think that technology is addictive thing.
Slave is exaggerated word but, it makes our lives completely bonded.

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I really think that technology is addictive thing.
Slave is exaggerated word but, it makes our lives completely bonded.

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May 18, 2018, 07:35:03 PM
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Cryptocurrency is a form of digital money that is designed to be secure and, in many cases, anonymous.

It is a currency associated with the internet that uses cryptography, the process of converting legible information into an almost uncrackable code, to track purchases and transfers.

Cryptography was born out of the need for secure communication in the Second World War. It has evolved in the digital era with elements of mathematical theory and computer science to become a way to secure communications, information and money online.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3954614.0

http://archive.li/OEsap

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May 18, 2018, 10:38:23 PM
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Not sure what to do with this clever copypaster, I'll report it here and we'll see if mods take action or not:
User: Dekafi https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1965397 Banned

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Yesterday I red article regarding digital currency. The article aim to discourage us in using digital currency as these currency is not recognize by our country monetary institution. What do you think is the reason why  other governments are discouraging its citizen to use digital currency? Any thoughts.....

Why Goverment  is not recommending to use  digital currency such a bitcoin? Because the government cannot controll it over. The government doubts the digital currency will be used illegal activities.

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Yesterday I red article regarding digital currency. The article aim to discourage us in using digital currency as these currency is not recognize by our country monetary institution. What do you think is the reason why  other governments are discouraging its citizen to use digital currency? Any thoughts.....

Why Goverment  is not recommending to use  digital currency such a bitcoin, because The government cannot control bitcoin over. The goverment afraid bitcoin can be used illegal activities.

Archive: http://archive.is/8Tw9R

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May 18, 2018, 11:55:27 PM
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Sry if is already posted, but this is a long 3d, how can I help find those users?

My tipping address 12XUa8iczkvz2mdu4yBRDDeUB9nBfGFBaj Smiley
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Sry if is already posted, but this is a long 3d, how can I help find those users?

When you see a post that looks out of place, written in very good English like a news report or for whatever reason if you think it likely came from somewhere else just do a Google search for a section of the text using "" to make it a precise match.

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If you’re considering investing in an initial coin offering, it’s critical that you perform your due diligence on the platform and ensure that it doesn’t present any fraudulent characteristics. In this guide, we’ll break down the seven most obvious red flags that an initial coin offering may be deceptive to help you make informed investment decisions and protect yourself from exit scams.

1. Poor Online Presence
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If you’re considering investing in an initial coin offering, it’s critical that you perform your due diligence on the platform and ensure that it doesn’t present any fraudulent characteristics. In this guide, we’ll break down the seven most obvious red flags that an initial coin offering may be deceptive to help you make informed investment decisions and protect yourself from exit scams.

1. Poor Online Presence
One of the essential...


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May 19, 2018, 10:41:08 AM
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posting this again as this as member is still active


user: jujubax
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1939058

copeypasted my post:

seems right now even "mining" cards are 95% stock video cards, just with no display connectors. everything else is the same except maybe the bios.

i wonder how far a REAL mining card could be stripped down if it didnt need to conform to the pcie spec physically and electrically.  only needs a 1x pcie connector, a few pcie power connectors, a GPU, memory and few glue chips and thats it. so it could be much less expensive, fit into smaller (non standard mining only) cases, reach higher rates (tweaked memory and timings and controllers, say 512 bits wide or something [if that can be done i gather memory bus is baked into the gpu, but maybe bank switching or something can be done]). twice the compute power in half the space. would be sweet.

just need someone to step up and order bare gpu dies and go to town.

from mine, i replied to him here:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2786298.msg36338992#msg36338992
seems right now even "mining" cards are 95% stock video cards, just with no display connectors. everything else is the same except maybe the bios.

i wonder how far a REAL mining card could be stripped down if it didnt need to conform to the pcie spec physically and electrically.  only needs a 1x pcie connector, a few pcie power connectors, a GPU, memory and few glue chips and thats it. so it could be much less expensive, fit into smaller (non standard mining only) cases, reach higher rates (tweaked memory and timings and controllers, say 512 bits wide or something [if that can be done i gather memory bus is baked into the gpu, but maybe bank switching or something can be done]). twice the compute power in half the space. would be sweet.

just need someone to step up and order bare gpu dies and go to town.

steal posts much?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2786298.msg33011620#msg33011620

seems right now even "mining" cards are 95% stock video cards, just with no display connectors. everything else is the same except maybe the bios.

i wonder how far a REAL mining card could be stripped down if it didnt need to conform to the pcie spec physically and electrically.  only needs a 1x pcie connector, a few pcie power connectors, a GPU, memory and few glue chips and thats it. so it could be much less expensive, fit into smaller (non standard mining only) cases, reach higher rates (tweaked memory and timings and controllers, say 512 bits wide or something [if that can be done i gather memory bus is baked into the gpu, but maybe bank switching or something can be done]). twice the compute power in half the space. would be sweet.

just need someone to step up and order bare gpu dies and go to town.


reported

EDIT: can a DT member paint him with some red trust please. looks like hes trying to meet a bounty post count.

and my original post (link):
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2786298.msg33011620#msg33011620

seems right now even "mining" cards are 95% stock video cards, just with no display connectors. everything else is the same except maybe the bios.

i wonder how far a REAL mining card could be stripped down if it didnt need to conform to the pcie spec physically and electrically.  only needs a 1x pcie connector, a few pcie power connectors, a GPU, memory and few glue chips and thats it. so it could be much less expensive, fit into smaller (non standard mining only) cases, reach higher rates (tweaked memory and timings and controllers, say 512 bits wide or something [if that can be done i gather memory bus is baked into the gpu, but maybe bank switching or something can be done]). twice the compute power in half the space. would be sweet.

just need someone to step up and order bare gpu dies and go to town.

EDITs: archives

page with his copied post with my reply:

https://web.archive.org/web/20180507111957/https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2786298.msg36248684#

my original post:

https://web.archive.org/web/20180507112409/https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2786298.msg33011620

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May 19, 2018, 12:46:49 PM
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User: lautantepi https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1237531

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the services such as Coinbase offer some services that people want. for example the ability to buy and sell bitcoin with fiat from many different countries, or trading in their other website (GDAX). it is also an easy to use wallet for newbies to possibly start things and learn first before moving on to a desktop wallet.
there is also the services they are offering merchants  as a payment processor (similar to BitPay) where a merchant can ask their customer to go through Coinbase and make the payment there and Coinbase then pays the merchant in bitcoin or  fiat automatically.

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Coinbase offers several services that people want. such as the ability to buy and sell bitcoin with fiat from different countries, or trade on their other websites (GDAX). It's also an easy-to-use wallet for beginners to get started and learn first before switching to the desktop wallet.

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May 19, 2018, 01:01:51 PM
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What is the difference between Nuke and Autoban?
Delete reply: Re: Forum moderation policy in topic #20333 by member #2133181
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All moderators can nuke Newbies, it deletes all their posts and bans the account.
Only the more powerful moderators can ban higher ranks, and their posts won't be deleted.

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