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June 16, 2018, 12:26:51 PM
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Virtual currency is difficult to control.
Easy to use for fraud, fraud by what it is for
Destroying the investment world.
China is a major virtual currency transaction center
China wants to make its own virtual money.
Using illegal transactions. Then that country is banned .

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Virtual currencies are hard to control.
Easy to use for fraud.
Destroying the investment world.
China is the center of virtual currency transactions.
China wants to make its own virtual money.
Used illegal transactions

Which, no surprise is just a copy of the headlines here:
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Beijing - One of the popular virtual money alias cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, is experiencing a decline in exchange rates. Chinese policy is the reason.
The Chinese government issued a policy prohibiting the transaction of initial coin offerings (ICO). The ban was issued not without reason.
As quoted from Reuters on Friday (15/09/2017), there are several reasons Bamboo Curtain country banned Bitcoin transactions.

Virtual currencies are hard to control
Bitcoin exchange rate up and down purely following the market mechanism. The government can not control the exchange rate, unlike the yuan against the US dollar. The government does not like something that can not be arranged.

Easy to use for fraud
For some people who understand the Bitcoin movement, it could be a lucrative investment. But for those who do not understand can be bandwagon and entrust the money to buy Bitcoin through any place so that there can be fraud.

Destroying the investment world
Bitcoin is potentially bubble and breaks out after a lot of popularity and lots of people want to have. Evidenced by its value that skyrocketed from Rp 10 million to Rp 60 million in just 8 months. When the bubble bursts and the price falls, the investor will be harmed.

China is the center of virtual currency transactions
Two of the world's largest Bitcoin markets exist in China. Imagine how much damage China suffered when bubble and break.

China wants to make its own virtual money
It is not impossible that China wants to create its own cryptocurrency that can be government legality. During this time many things are banned in China, in the end they make their own.

Used illegal transactions
Bitcoin transactions are difficult to trace. It is used by irresponsible parties for money laundering, drug sales, smuggling, and other illegal activities.

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2826095.msg37302101#msg37302101

archive:
http://archive.is/fAWhL

and here
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2826095.msg33205312#msg33205312

archive:
http://archive.is/7Zz8y

And no surprise all it's copied from
https://busy.org/@sunbahri/the-legality-of-bitcoin-in-many-asian-countries-20171021t11023584z

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June 17, 2018, 01:31:27 AM
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The first thread I run into while reading Project Development and I find someone copy pasting!
User erraysyoussef(Banned!) has been involved in copy pasting.

copy pasted post: http://archive.is/prWWy

Shocked Airdrops
The best way to earn crypto for beginners is Airdrops. An airdrop is a free give-away by an ICO or a Blockchain project. They give away free tokens as a marketing technique and to create a bigger community. It is important for a new project to be introduced to as many people as possible. An airdrop is one of the ways to accomplish that. Often ICO’s will require you to complete a few social tasks like following them on Twitter. These tasks usually cost less than 5 minutes to complete and now you wait for your free coins.

 Shocked Best source for airdrops is AirdropAlert.com

Bounties
Many ICO’s have bounties to create more exposure for their project. A bounty hunter completes jobs that have a set token reward for it. Examples of bounties are; write a blog, make a video, shares on social media or translate content. These tasks require more time than collecting airdrops, however the reward is often bigger.

Best source for bounties is BountiesAlert.com

 ::)Mining
Numerous Blockchain’s are secured through a consensus mechanism called “Proof of Work” (PoW). Through a process called “mining,” people use specialized computers to solve difficult math problems. If the solution is correct, they receive the right to add a new block to the blockchain. Once the network verifies that the problem was correctly solved, a new block is added to the blockchain and the miner is rewarded in coins.

The first Bitcoin block that was mined – Genesis block – got a reward of 50 BTC. This block was mined by Satoshi and he has never moved those Bitcoins out of the wallet the mining reward got sent to. The days of 50 Bitcoins per block are far behind us but there are numerous options for crypto mining.

Monero mining runs on CPU power
Ethereum mining runs on GPU power
DASH mining runs on ASIC miners
Cloud mining
Best source to find profitable mining coins is What to Mine

 

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Proof of stake (PoS) is a type of algorithm by which a cryptocurrency blockchain network aims to achieve distributed consensus. In PoS-based cryptocurrencies, the creator of the next block is chosen via various combinations of random selection and wealth or age (i.e., the stake).

With PoS you have to hold a currency to receive passive income coins. Different PoS coins have different rules. Some require to lock the coins in a  masternode, while NEM requires you to harvest them.

The best source for Proof of Stake is PoSlist.org

 Shocked  Hard forks

A hard fork, as it relates to blockchain technology, is a radical change to the protocol that makes previously invalid blocks/transactions valid (or vice-versa). This requires all nodes or users to upgrade to the latest version of the protocol software. This creates a fork in the blockchain: one path follows the new, upgraded blockchain, and the other path continues along the old path. Generally, after a short period of time, those on the old chain will realize that their version of the blockchain is outdated or irrelevant and quickly upgrade to the latest version.

This is not always the case. Some “old” chains still find support and develop their own version & upgrades to continue on the chain. The two most famous examples of hard forks are Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum Classic. When this happens you end up with exactly the same amount of new coins, as you had originally. If you held 1 Bitcoin at the time of the Bitcoin Cash hard fork, you ended up with 1 Bitcoin and 1 Bitcoin Cash.

The best source for Bitcoin Hard forks is Wiki



Original article: https://www.newsbtc.com/press-releases/5-ways-earn-crypto-currency/

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June 17, 2018, 01:39:17 PM
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good to know..
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good to know..
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Given that the crypto currency is now constantly and rapidly developing, the dominant crypto currency will be one that will have good functionality, convenience and ease of use.I think maybe someday others will replace it. Ethereum can replace it on market cap dominant because many good project right now using ethereum platform

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Given that the crypto currency is now constantly and rapidly developing, the dominant crypto currency will be one that will have good functionality, convenience and ease of use. And hardly the name of the crypto currency will have a decisive significance in this respect for a long time. Therefore, if bitcoin does not eliminate the shortcomings in it and will not be constantly improved, it will quickly lose its popularity and demand, which will lead to a drop in its price and about the dominant position is out of the question.

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Definitely. Bitcoin would still dominate the market maybe 5-6 years from now depending on the circumstances of cryptocurrencies in general. But there is always that possibility of altcoins taking the spot at the top if the factors call for such possibility, like an imposition of a world-wide ban on bitcoin specifically or an enhancement in the blockchain technology that beats in bitcoin in every way.

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Do you think Bitcoin will remain the most dominant coin both short and long term? Even though it does not remain the most dominant coin, this will not be the same as saying that Bitcoin won’t exist long term.

It really depends on the status the status of cryptocurrency in general. If the government issued or implemented a law prohibiting/banning cryptocurrencies, then bitcoin and altcoins would die down together. But if they ban specifically bitcoin (which I think is absurd), then altcoins may recover and take the spot at the top. Another thing, bitcoin has been around for years and it has built its foundation and reputation due to its revolutionary payment system and transactions. In the event that altcoins develop a system that overpowers bitcoin in every way, then they might have a chance.

BTC will defiantly be around for the long haul. The market seems to fluctuate based on BTC so it obviously holds major weight and will continue to hold major weight in the cryptocurrency space. I have BTc being dominate for at least the next 3-5 years.

Definitely. Bitcoin would still dominate the market maybe 5-6 years from now depending on the circumstances of cryptocurrencies in general. But there is always that possibility of altcoins taking the spot at the top if the factors call for such possibility, like an imposition of a world-wide ban on bitcoin specifically or an enhancement in the blockchain technology that beats in bitcoin in every way.

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like our Bitcoin currency is very dominant, because the soaring price of the currency is due to the high demand in the world of crypto,  Bitcoin has a strong market and no other coin can not break its market so easily. So it can be said that Bitcoin will be dominant years after years.

Original (archived):
Yes, Sure. Bitcoin will remain dominant over all other coins. Bitcoin has a strong market and no other coin can not break its market so easily. So it can be said that Bitcoin will be dominant years after years.

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This is the era of bitcoin and probably it still dominant until today but always expect that everthing is not forever.So that it clearly shows how other coins depend on the movement of bitcoin. That is why for me it is still very much dominant even until several years from now.

Original (archived):
Do you think Bitcoin will remain the most dominant coin both short and long term? Even though it does not remain the most dominant coin, this will not be the same as saying that Bitcoin won’t exist long term.

We camt predict what will going to happen in the future...  Probably as for the current status of btc yes  I think also about it.... We all know that bitcoin is the mother of all crypto so we should expect it.... But we all know that everything change so whatever happen we should need to go with the flows and trends...  This is the era of bitcoin and probably it still dominant until today but always expect that everthing is not forever....  Learn to go qith the flows....

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in my opinion bitcoin will still be the most dominant crypto because in terms of price and bitcoin technology is the basis of cryptocurrency,like an imposition of a world-wide ban on bitcoin specifically or an enhancement in the blockchain technology that beats in bitcoin in every way.

Original (archived):
Do you think Bitcoin will remain the most dominant coin both short and long term? Even though it does not remain the most dominant coin, this will not be the same as saying that Bitcoin won’t exist long term.

It really depends on the status the status of cryptocurrency in general. If the government issued or implemented a law prohibiting/banning cryptocurrencies, then bitcoin and altcoins would die down together. But if they ban specifically bitcoin (which I think is absurd), then altcoins may recover and take the spot at the top. Another thing, bitcoin has been around for years and it has built its foundation and reputation due to its revolutionary payment system and transactions. In the event that altcoins develop a system that overpowers bitcoin in every way, then they might have a chance.

BTC will defiantly be around for the long haul. The market seems to fluctuate based on BTC so it obviously holds major weight and will continue to hold major weight in the cryptocurrency space. I have BTc being dominate for at least the next 3-5 years.

Definitely. Bitcoin would still dominate the market maybe 5-6 years from now depending on the circumstances of cryptocurrencies in general. But there is always that possibility of altcoins taking the spot at the top if the factors call for such possibility, like an imposition of a world-wide ban on bitcoin specifically or an enhancement in the blockchain technology that beats in bitcoin in every way.

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June 18, 2018, 05:36:29 AM
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If your Country bans Bitcoin, transfer your Bitcoin to a wallet of a foreign country (Coinbase operates in 32 countries). If you want to cash in, then use third party services like Virwox to get USD in Paypal, then use Paypal to get cash in your local currency.

Bitcoin is like Torrent, peer to peer and you can’t block it. If you have access to internet, You can use Bitcoin anytime, anywhere!

http://archive.is/SwSIO

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https://www.quora.com/What-will-happen-if-my-country-bans-bitcoins-after-I-buy-bitcoins

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June 18, 2018, 01:04:58 PM
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bitcoin bank notes in physical form is most existing news in cryptocurrency market we can see more trust in coming days with this initiative add more positive price spike here on words

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bitcoin bank notes in physical form is most existing news in cryptocurrency market we can see more trust in coming days with this initiative add more positive price spike here on words


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While it is difficult to imagine how these banknotes will go as a means of payment, but how they can be used as bonds. The organization that issued them should guarantee their redemption at par value in the case of presentation for payment. At the same time, bitcoin, as everyone expects, should increase substantially in price. This makes it possible to use them in this capacity, than simply as a payment method for mutual settlements and we see that new forms of application of crypto-currency are being created

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Interesting in themselves and worthy of attention are Singapore banknotes with a par value of 0.01 and 0.05 bitcoins. While it is difficult to imagine how these banknotes will go as a means of payment, but how they can be used as bonds. The organization that issued them should guarantee their redemption at par value in the case of presentation for payment. At the same time, bitcoin, as everyone expects, should increase substantially in price. This makes it possible to use them in this capacity, than simply as a payment method for mutual settlements.
We see that new forms of application of crypto-currency are being created,
including their combination with conventional cash. This indicates that the crypto currency is still developing and the possibilities of its application are still enormous.


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Referring to Bitcoin as a real competitor to the banking giant JP Morgan is not my opinion, by the way – it’s actually CEO Jamie Dimon’s.

Here is what he said in 2012: “They all want to eat our lunch… You all have read about Bitcoin, merchants building their own networks, PayPal and PayPal look-alikes. Payments are a critical business for us – and we are quite good at it.”

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https://www.investing.com/analysis/if-i-had-to-choose-one-stock-200215874
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There is no doubt that the quotes above have gone down as some of the worst in tech history. They're horrible predictions made by the print media about their new competitor, the Internet. And one's an outright lie by JP Morgan's CEO about its big competitor, Bitcoin and the blockchain.

Referring to Bitcoin as a real competitor to the banking giant JP Morgan is not my opinion, by the way—it's actually CEO Jamie Dimon's.

Here is what he said in 2012: "They all want to eat our lunch. . . You all have read about Bitcoin, merchants building their own networks, PayPal and PayPal look-alikes. Payments are a critical business for us—and we are quite good at it."



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That's quite another revolution in the crypto world; i would just about love to have some BTC bills in my literal wallet, probably pay my tithes with it. Its a welcome innovation for me.

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That's quite another revolution in the crypto world; i would just about love to have some BTC bills in my literal wallet, probably pay my tithes with it. Its a welcome innovation for me.

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June 18, 2018, 08:13:06 PM
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People argue about bitcoin.  Is it a currency, or an investment? Is it a speculative bubble, or is it here for the long run? What about Blockchain technology?  One thing is certain. Bitcoin is plugging the holes of the archaic financial system and providing real solutions for current problems.  One problem it solves is the banking of the unbanked.

-snip- (rest of the post is copied too, but I removed it to save space)

Original source: http://thehill.com/opinion/technology/380115-for-worlds-unbanked-bitcoin-is-the-future

Post is slightly reworded when compared to the article.

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June 18, 2018, 09:04:14 PM
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GMO considers the release of its own miner as the first step in the competition with Bitmain, which accounts for about 80% of ASIC-miners.

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GMO considers the release of its own miner as the first step in the competition with Bitmain, which currently accounts for about 80% of ASIC-miners.


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June 19, 2018, 09:39:46 AM
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As a new user, you can get started with Bitcoin without understanding the technical details. Once you've installed a Bitcoin wallet on your computer or mobile phone, it will generate your first Bitcoin address and you can create more whenever you need one. You can disclose your addresses to your friends so that they can pay you or vice versa. In fact, this is pretty similar to how email works, except that Bitcoin addresses should be used only once.


http://archive.is/k6nBb

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https://bitcoin.org/en/how-it-works



Not an exact copy paste, but intently bumping a thread which hasn't had a reply in the last 30 days and simply copying and spinning some text, 33 words out of 57 copied, I guess is plagiarism.

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How is BTC all the more rare when more has been mined? That doesn't bode well from a mining point of view alone. Obviously if there is a relate increament in the quantity of clients, the measure of BTC spread between these clients will become progressively thin as the rate of development surpasses the rate of mining

http://archive.is/JrvjP

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How is BTC more scarce when more has been mined? That doesn't even make sense from a mining perspective alone. Of course if there is a correspond increase in the number of users, the amount of BTC spread between these users will grow increasingly thin as the rate of growth exceeds the rate of mining. I think it's good to have news about bitcoin, as it might trigger FOMO as you say, but I doubt it will have such an effect.

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The block chain is a public ledger on which the entire Bitcoin network relies. All confirmed transactions are included in the block chain. It allows Bitcoin wallets to calculate their spendable balance so that new transactions can be verified thereby ensuring they're actually owned by the spender. The integrity and the chronological order of the block chain are enforced with cryptography.
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Original : https://bitcoin.org/en/how-it-works
The block chain is a shared public ledger on which the entire Bitcoin network relies. All confirmed transactions are included in the block chain. It allows Bitcoin wallets to calculate their spendable balance so that new transactions can be verified thereby ensuring they're actually owned by the spender. The integrity and the chronological order of the block chain are enforced with cryptography.
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June 19, 2018, 09:57:04 AM
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C&P post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3681257.msg40436031#msg40436031

A blockchain is a decentralized, distributed and public digital ledger that is used to record transactions across many computers so that the record cannot be altered retroactively without the alteration of all subsequent blocks and the consensus of the network. This allows the participants to verify and audit transactions inexpensively. A blockchain database is managed autonomously using a peer-to-peer network and a distributed timestamping server. They are authenticated by mass collaboration powered by collective self-interests. The result is a robust workflow where participants' uncertainty regarding data security is marginal. The use of a blockchain removes the characteristic of infinite reproducibility from a digital asset. It confirms that each unit of value was transferred only once, solving the long-standing problem of double spending. Blockchains have been described as a value-exchange protocol. This blockchain-based exchange of value can be completed quicker, safer and cheaper than with traditional systems. A blockchain can assign title rights because, when properly set up to detail the exchange agreement, it provides a record that compels offer and acceptance.

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The war on cryptocurrency means implementing a strict regulation that prohibits the nations or a country the usage cryptocoin that may affect to the economic stability of a country like China who strictly war against the cryptocurrency development that can cause the inbalance of stock market in a country to the real world. In addition to the topic make in a sense of descrimination that holds the development of digital market into a real world.

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The war on cryptocurrency means implementing a strict regulation that prohibits the nations or a country the usage cryptocoin that may affect to the economic stability of a country like China who strictly war against the cryptocurrency development that can cause the inbalance of stock market in a country to the real world. In addition to the topic make in a sense of descrimination that holds the development of digital market into a real world.
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As a starting point, this is my part to contribute to the #Monero community. The Zurich Monero meetup group is born today! Please spread the word: https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/Zurich-Monero-Meetup/ … … #Meetup #Zürich #Switzerland @monero @fluffypony @jc_b369

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June 20, 2018, 11:17:28 AM
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Now that the markets is not too favourable to invest, why can you avail yourselves in earning some passive income.

Passive and semi-passive ways to earn income from crypto

When people think of making money from cryptocurrencies, they typically imagine someone manically day-trading or constantly buying into new ICOs. However, there are many other ways to earn income from cryptocurrencies that are not as active and do not require as much time. These methods range from semi-passive, which require a small amount of time, to fully passive, which require no time at all. Depending on your available capital and willingness to sign up for things, certain methods may be better suited to your current investment capability and/or personal preferences.

Passive methods:

STAKING....


http://archive.is/UcMo9

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https://hackernoon.com/how-to-make-passive-income-from-crypto-4f4f2ac214c



Now this is interesting, trusted hero member of the forum. Would have let it pass if it were just a post, went through history, looks like majority of this user's posts are copy/paste.

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When you look at the statistics, many cryptocurrencies are owned in majority by few entities, Bitcoin is no exception to this. A new report out recently by Finance Magnates actually highlights that overall, less than 1% of Bitcoin investors actually have the capacity to control over 35% of the network, therefore one could argue that Bitcoin really isn’t so decentralized after all.

http://archive.is/IBKjq

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https://cryptodaily.co.uk/2018/06/has-bitcoin-become-centralised

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Simple - ask yourself this one question: "If I had this money in cash, knowing what I know now, would I buy this coin over any other coin I could put my money on? " When you think about it, that is what you are choosing to do every day that you don't sell. If the answer is yes - well then you know what to do. But if the answer is no? Then why are you still in?

http://archive.is/lkHwI

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https://www.quora.com/All-the-altcoins-crashed-What-should-I-do-hold-them-or-sell

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If governments could effectively stop a peer to peer network, they would’ve shut down the illegal practices of torrent websites over a decade ago. Trying to ban bitcoin or regulate it in a manner that allows actual oversight would be much the same. It’s impossible on a technical level.

Even tracking individual people who own specific wallets is difficult. While the public blockchain might allow governments or law enforcement to track down certain bitcoins, tying them to a real-world person is very difficult. An owner can hide his or her identity with a VPN, Tor, or even physically move a wallet into cold storage (offline) form, making it invisible to the world.

http://archive.is/NuyPr

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https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/dont-worry-about-bitcoin-regulation-it-cant-be-stopped/

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Technically, the ball is well within the bears' court, which has been the case since the supporting ascending trend line, breached on 22nd May. Bears are eyeing a retest of June 13th lows at $35.86, a break could be catastrophic, selling the price move potentially as low as the mid $20 region.

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https://www.fxstreet.com/cryptocurrencies/news/neo-price-analysis-neo-usd-picks-up-pace-again-on-move-to-the-south-vital-support-around-35-area-at-risk-of-bear-breach-201806151900

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A common trend about ICO airdrops and bounties is that people don’t mind getting a portion of every new token that debuts on the crypto space. Anybody may think this is a wise thing to do, since the tokens are valued assets, and could rake in a lot of money for the holders of it when the prices hit high on the markets. But then, as sensible as this claim may be, it is also laden with high risks that could turn out catastrophic for the unsuspecting enthusiast.

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https://foundico.com/blog/the-free-money-in-cryptocurrency-airdrops-and-bounties.html



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Bitcoin does not have a centralized system that would be managed by one organization. Security control and, indirectly, the way the development of the currency is carried out by the participants - people who are engaged in "digging", launching Bitcoin software on their computers.

http://archive.is/IBKjq

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Bitcoin does not have a centralized system that would be managed by one organization. Security control and, indirectly, the way the development of the currency is carried out by the participants - people who are engaged in "digging", launching Bitcoin software on their computers.

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June 21, 2018, 05:06:22 AM
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If you look at it as Currency, it is difficult for an average person to understand it because it is different.
Bitcoin, being a different kind of a digital currency, it breaks down conventional thinking in many aspects. No central regulatory body. The concept of mining. The open-ledger (blockchain), the way miners are rewarded, how transporting value is determined by its packet size and not value, the hash rate, the concept of limited supply. The 100 Million pennies in a Bitcoin, etc.
Its difficult enough for people in the money space to thoroughly understand Bitcoin (we all say we understand it, but do we really?).
For a common person, its an overkill. Its like trying to explain the concept of TCP/IP, Networking, Routing, the Internet for someone who wants to use email.  Overkill.

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https://www.quora.com/Why-is-Bitcoin-difficult-to-understand



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I think Bitcoin has already changed the world of how we conduct financial transactions forever. Because it introduced us to the concept of cryptocurrency and the Blockchain. The cat has been let out of the box. This invention cannot be uninvented. But as the Exhibit A of the Blockchain, I think it is still far as a cryptocurreny to be used as money to be transacted in daily and mundane transactions, i.e. buying coffee, paying bills, etc...

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http://www.swiftcointalk.org/latest-bitcoin-news/the-coin-for-true-global-transactions/



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I can't spread the links over here otherwise I have lots of site for bitcoin games.

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I can't spread the links over here otherwise I have lots of site for bitcoin games.



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I can't spread the links over here otherwise I have lots of site for bitcoin games.

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I can't spread the links over here otherwise I have lots of site for bitcoin games.



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It is necessary to assess the prospects of bitcoinfrom the point of view of the possibilities of its network, such as commissions and speed. But, the Ethereum crypto currency has a different set of characteristics by which it needs to be evaluated. The future of the Ether depends on the speed of development of its competitors, such as Cardano, and the success of the startups already started on its platform.

http://archive.is/gFNUJ

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Assess the prospects of bitcoin, it is necessary from the point of view of the possibilities of its network, such as commissions and speed. But, the Ethereum crypto currency has a different set of characteristics by which it needs to be evaluated. The future of the Ether depends on the speed of development of its competitors, such as Cardano, and the success of the startups already started on its platform. But, in comparison with bitcoin and other altcoyins, Ether has one advantage. Demand for it is constantly supported, thanks to a number of ICOs selling their tokens based on the ERC20 protocol, which can only be purchased for the Ether.



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I play in primedice bitsler and the new game which im super addicted now is the stake. so easy to play the game and lot of choices which you want to play. but remember in everygame ypu can win and sometimes you can lose.  Wink

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i play in primedice bitsler and the new game which im super addicted now is the stake. so easy to play the game and lot of choices which you want to play. but remember in everygame ypu can win and sometimes you can lose. just careful always everybet and dont be greedy.



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It's very simple, just like any other product that increases its value when the number of people that patronizes it increases. Bitcoin also does. Because bitcoin is a product that exists in the market even though it's intangible abd only exists in the internet. So the answer to your queries is when more people buy bitcoin its price increases and when many people sell it its price increases.

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It's very simple, just like any other product that increases its value when the number of people that patronizes it increases. Bitcoin also does. Because bitcoin is a product that exists in the market even though it's intangible abd only exists in the internet. So the answer to your queries is when more people buy bitcoin its price increases and when many people sell it its price increases.



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this is not the first time bitcoin has been likened to a Ponzi scheme. Unlike traditional currencies, bitcoin isn’t used to buy goods and services in much of the world. Most owners are holding it as an investment, hoping for price appreciation. The digital currency’s value increased 14-fold last year, before crashing by 44 per cent so far this year. Furthermore, bitcoin is owned by a few, who have a huge sway over the cryptocurrency’s price. About 1,000 people own 40 per cent of all Bitcoin

http://archive.is/sOMWN

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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-02-07/bitcoin-may-evolve-into-what-everyone-fears-mathematicians-say



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Dogecoin is just a meme coin,no developments for the past 2 years so it means it wont pump that hard its just because it is the year of the dog.

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Dogecoin is just a meme coin,no developments for the past 2 years so it means it wont pump that hard its just because it is the year of the dog.

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June 21, 2018, 12:05:39 PM
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well i think the infrastructure is being ramped up which is needed. The underlining technology is there we just need more infrastructure and adoption to see the whole market increase. What I would say regarding the bank notes is that I think it is bit of a novelty. The beauty of bitcoin is that is is massively divisible and can be sent cross borders and Another advantage of banknotes before online transactions is the developers call the instant payment and the absence of commissions

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As the popularity and value of Bitcoin increases so do its adoption. Recently, about 4,000 new ATMs were introduced in Argentina. A drastic transformation in this sphere is being brought by Tangem that is trying to make the cash like transaction through cryptocurrencies a possibility for the users.

Tagem, a new smart banknote platform is launching the bitcoin banknotes in Singapore, which is known for its blockchain and crypto favorable regulatory measures. The notes will be on sale at the Megafash Suntec City store. The aim is to mass produce the physical notes of bitcoin in millions by the end of 2018.

Continue reading: https://coingape.com/bitcoin-banknotes-ready-to-replace-traditional-currency/

I do think the infrastructure is being ramped up which is needed. The underlining technology is there we just need more infrastructure and adoption to see the whole market increase. What I would say regarding the bank notes is that I think it is bit of a novelty. The beauty of bitcoin is that is is massively divisible and can be sent cross borders. Its like taking a Ferrari and placing wooden wheels on it haha but I can see why they are doing it. It might help people who haven't been exposed to bitcoin before conceptualise it slightly better.



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June 21, 2018, 01:22:36 PM
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Isa lang ang mainam na solution ko dyan sa tulad kong gumagamit ng pc. Pero bago yon napansin ko na ang madalas ma-phished sa mga sites ay yung mga gumagamit ng cp siguro dahil kung ano ang lumabas at mag pop-up na site sa kanila ay sige-sige lang ang pag register ng account. Kung gumagamit ka kasi ng pc ang best way para hindi ka ma-phished ay lagyan mo ng bookmark yung website or page na unang mong ginamit at alam mong legit. Para sa oras na gusto mo itong balikan or buksan hanapin mo na lang sya sa mga na-save mong may mga bookmark.

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gud pm,Isa lang ang mainam na solution ko dyan sa tulad kong gumagamit ng pc. Pero bago yon napansin ko na ang madalas ma-phished sa mga sites ay yung mga gumagamit ng cp siguro dahil kung ano ang lumabas at mag pop-up na site sa kanila ay sige-sige lang ang pag register ng account. Kung gumagamit ka kasi ng pc ang best way para hindi ka ma-phished ay lagyan mo ng bookmark yung website or page na unang mong ginamit at alam mong legit. Para sa oras na gusto mo itong balikan or buksan hanapin mo na lang sya sa mga na-save mong may mga bookmark.tnx god bless.


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Although started the sentence with "I have read a news", copied it exactly without linking source.

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I don't know how true but I have read a news that aside from the looming prospect of regulation, a series of high-profile thefts have also had a hand in the sudden rapid dips in value bitcoin and its rivals have experienced - the most recent of which was a failed raid on the Binance cryptocurrency exchange. I understand how you feel right now because not only you experienced that right now, our only way to ease that feeling to trust that bicoin will rise again.


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Aside from the looming prospect of regulation, a series of high-profile thefts have also had a hand in the sudden rapid dips in value bitcoin and its rivals have experienced - the most recent of which was a failed raid on the Binance cryptocurrency exchange.

https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/bitcoin-price-live-updates-latest-value-exchange-rate-digital-cryptocurrency-futures-investment-a8222851.html



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In my own perception, Government requires funds to discharge its numerous responsibilities for the development of the country. Betterment of  society as a whole and other non-developmental but essential obligations to discharge its duties, Government incurs various kind of expenditure including expenditure on administrative services, Defense services and cooperation with other countries.

http://archive.is/QdK8x

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https://www.quora.com/Why-should-I-pay-income-tax



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This is the basic principle of how Bitcoin’s rate is defined. Price of gold is determined by the same principle: Mining cost. The prime cost of extracting gold from earth, was transformed, in Bitcoin’s case, in a ‘minimum price’ of ‘obtaining’ new Bitcoins by means of calculating certain equations. Demand on the market. Awareness of Bitcoin, interest in it, trust of actual or potential crypto holders, and a lot more factors define the real price among the people who are willing to buy and sell Bitcoin.

http://archive.is/lqi33

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https://freedomnode.com/blog/98/5-factors-influencing-bitcoin-price



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Bitcoin has already crashed once, when its price fell from $1200 to $173, but as we see it has more than recovered. A drop in price does not mean that it’s game over, as it was for the 17th century Dutch tulip industry. Cryptocurrencies have had major sources of investment poured into them and the blockchain industry as a whole, and the technology is evolving all the time to make the market more diverse, safe, and open to all.

http://archive.is/5S6eb

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https://11fs.com/blog/should-i-buy-cryptocurrency-is-it-a-bubble/



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There seems to be a persistent need of going cashless. People globally are tired of transacting using normal currencies and view bitcoins as a better alternative. Using normal currencies presents so many challenges that bitcoins and other digital currencies intend to solve.

http://archive.is/bxB9D

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https://www.mybitcoin.com/bitcoin-investing-2018/



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The main advantages of Bitcoin are network effect and proven security. Both are nearly insurmountable advantages. Bitcoin has a proven usage case as a store of value. It’s instructive that most coins try to carve out some differentiation based on much smaller use cases, such as prediction markets, buying things completely anonymously or adding a decentralized name server. Bitcoin has a large lead as a store of value over every altcoin in having existed 8 years without failure. The security of Bitcoin has been proven far more than its much younger counterparts with usage by almost every metric exceeding that of altcoins. Bitcoin is more accessible, with more exchanges, more merchants, more software and more hardware that support it. Bitcoin is far more liquid, with much larger volumes than every altcoin. Bitcoin has the largest developer ecosystem with more software and more implementations than any altcoin. Bitcoin has the most entrepreneurs creating companies around it with a lot of intellect, dedication and creativity going toward making it more useful.

http://archive.is/VzcrM

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https://medium.com/@jimmysong/why-bitcoin-is-different-than-other-cryptocurrencies-e16b17d48b94



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Bitcoin'e (BTC) yeni başlayanların sıklıkla sorduğu soruların başında Bitcoin ile diğer kripto paraların nasıl edinebileceğidir. Öncelikle şunu bilmek gerekir ki, elinizde Bitcoin'iniz varsa ulusal ve yerel bütün borsalarda işlem yapabilirsiniz. Ancak elinizde BTC yoksa yerel borsalardan veya yakın çevreden Bitcoin satın almalısınız. Ben, genel olarak Bitcoin edinerek ulusal borsalara nasıl açılacağınızı anlatacağım.

Bitcoin sahibi olma
Uluslararası borsaların en bilineni ve güveniliri son zamanlarda artık Binance oldu...


http://archive.is/bmFNc

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https://www.kriptom.com/blog/borsalar-icin-baslangic-kilavuzu/



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Bitcoin is this: Gold is a tangible physical Precious Metal, whereas Bitcoin is digital. Yet the distinctions between the two run much deeper. Today, APMEX accepts Bitcoin as a form of payment.

http://archive.is/FjvkD

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https://www.apmex.com/education/investing/gold-vs-bitcoin



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the government needs money for many things, for example, to pay its soldiers, sailors and airmen, to build roads,bridges,offices, schools, etc, and to buy goods from abroad; and only the people of the country can supply the money.People usually complain about having to pay taxes, but they forget that the money is spent on things that they and their families need.

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Copying other people's telegram comment and post here in bitcointalk.

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Hi, I have a doubt, the platform was unify, I understood that it was a crowfunding platform. I'm right? Thank you
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I was in the same telegram group and clearly remembered the comment. I considered it to be him, but didn't see any post of his telegram username to confirm. So, to make sure, I checked other posts of his and ended up seeing exact copies of comments from telegram groups.

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Really can't go wrong so long as you upgrade from wallet's integrated, cryptogone's miner and mine are both gonna give you a big boost
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You listen to those people. All fake Nick the ship and chips magnate, really, u fell for that?Steave Griffin ans his crazy projections, pretend to be hospital to lure you
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vuykim, copying other people's telegram comment and post here in bitcointalk.
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LOL how do you even found this one Grin

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LOL how do you even found this one Grin
It's just because UNIFY thread is in my Watchlist and I was in their telegram group too. Grin It was posted in the group recently that's why it is still fresh in my mind, but if he used the old ones, I wouldn't notice. I didn't even think that there are people who copy from there.
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