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January 15, 2019, 02:49:11 AM
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Giải độc đắc 61 triệu đô la, số tiền này sẽ được chi tiêu như thế nào?

 
Giải thưởng xổ số lớn nhất trong lịch sử Mega Millions cuối cùng đă được tuyên bố. Người chiến thắng là một người Nam Carolinian đă mua vé may mắn ở Simpsonville. Và bất cứ ai là người chiến thắng, họ không phải là người duy nhất sẽ rút tiền; tiểu bang cũng được thiết lập để thu về hơn 50 triệu đô la từ chiến thắng.

Phải mất 4 tháng để người chiến thắng của khoản thanh toán tiền mặt một lần lớn nhất với hơn 870 triệu đô la được đưa ra. Tṛ chơi chờ đợi đă khiến nhiều cư dân và các nhà lập pháp lo lắng để xem ai thắng Xổ số miền trung thứ 7.

Là một công dân b́nh thường, tôi cảm thấy nhẹ nhơm khi có người nhận giải thưởng. Chúng tôi đă nghĩ rằng họ đă đánh mất nó hoặc không biết rằng họ đă có nó trên người của họ, Đại diện Wendell Gilliard từ Charleston cho biết.

Tiểu bang đang trên đường thu thuế 61 triệu đô la và các nhà lập pháp đă nghĩ ra cách để tiêu tiền. Thuế thu nhập từ trúng xổ số Xo so mien trung thu 7 sẽ được thêm vào ngân sách của các quỹ không định kỳ của tiểu bang. Đây là những khoản tiền được phân phối trên cơ sở một lần, giới hạn những ǵ các nhà lập pháp có thể làm với số tiền này.

Đại diện Gilliard muốn cập nhật máy bỏ phiếu: “Tôi muốn thấy số tiền đó chi cho các máy bầu cử mới. Chúng tôi đă thấy rất nhiều vấn đề từ các máy đó và cách khắc phục là mua những máy hoàn toàn mới.”

Ủy ban nhà và phương tiện chịu trách nhiệm soạn thảo ngân sách. Các thành viên ủy ban đă bao gồm một đề xuất sẽ đưa 61 triệu đô la trở lại vào ví của người nộp thuế.

Chủ tịch ủy ban, Đại diện Murrell Smith đă phá vỡ đề xuất: “Những ǵ chúng tôi đang làm là nhà nước sẽ nhận được khoảng 61 triệu đô la, v́ vậy chúng tôi đề xuất sử dụng số tiền đó để hoàn tiền 50 đô la cho người nộp thuế” - Smith nói.

Ủy ban phương tiện vẫn c̣n việc phải làm trước khi dự thảo ngân sách đầu tiên được tŕnh bày trên sàn Nhà nước. Thượng viện sau đó sẽ phải phê duyệt trước khi người nộp thuế có thể được giảm giá.

Người trúng xổ số lớn nhất của Iowa


Vào tháng 11 năm 2018, Lerynne West đă giành được giải độc đắc 349,9 triệu đô la từ xổ số Iowa. Tổng số tiền đă lên tới 198,1 triệu đô la và cư dân Redfield cam kết sẽ trả lại thông qua một tổ chức mới có tên The Callum Foundation.

West đă mua vé trúng giải độc đắc của cô tại Cửa hàng tổng hợp của Casey ở Redfield sau khi gần đây chuyển đến thành phố Dallas. Nhưng nếu bạn thử và t́m thấy Lerynne West trên các trang truyền thông xă hội như Instagram, bạn sẽ nhanh chóng thấy không thiếu những kẻ mạo danh.

"Những kẻ lừa đảo đang sử dụng nỗi sợ hăi để cố gắng khiến người chiến thắng tiết lộ thông tin hoặc tiền mặt", Lynn Hicks nói với Văn pḥng Tổng chưởng lư bang Iowa.

Và đó là trường hợp với những người đóng giả là Tây trên Instagram. Các quan chức xổ số nhận thức được vụ lừa đảo đang diễn ra, và đă cảnh báo cho Lerynne West.

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January 15, 2019, 03:16:49 AM
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Transactions depends on the fee that you'll pay and that isn't too expensive for you to cater.

As a bitcoin beginner, you need to prepare yourselves for the volatility of bitcoin's price if you'll take this as an investment but if you're into using it as a payment, you just need to understand how does confirmation and fees works.

You also have to choose a good wallet --> https://bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet

Most suggestion would tell you to go for electrum and hardware wallet.

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If you're a beginner, read Coindesk's A Beginner's Guide to Blockchain Technology[1]. It should be ample information for people starting out. Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with Coindesk.

If you're referring to transactions literally, then I suggest checking earn.com[2]'s fee estimator for you to choose a certain fee amount, best for certain time frames depending on how quickly you want the transaction to be confirmed.


[1] https://www.coindesk.com/information
[2] https://bitcoinfees.earn.com/

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And the limiting factor will be always the block mining (or new block creation speed). On average it take 10 minutes to mine a block but sometime it can take an hour to mine a block. For transaction to be confirmed ,transaction need to be included in the block.

If you are looking for transaction that need to be completed in seconds then you need to wait for the lightning network to be fully  functional.

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January 15, 2019, 07:38:23 AM
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Hi everyone I am a beginner to bitcoin and I need your guidance to be able to join the transaction faster than I expected people to help me. Thank you

Hey welcome here it seems to me you’re just starting out in the crypto world, I would suggest you to use Electrum wallet initially as it’ll automatically calculate fees for you and you can ofcourse manually set it too. Also I feel these days transactions are happening faster than they were before, hence I feel you’ll be able to transact quickly. However if you’re keen to speed it up, you can check this service https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5034315.0 (I’m not associated with it, but it has decent trust remarks).

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January 15, 2019, 08:33:07 AM
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I'll list down the crucial steps you need to learn to step into the BTC world:

1) Fiat funds - If you're planning to trade Bitcoins ASAP, you could secure yourself the amount you need quickly with fiat (USD, EUR, etc...). While there are free ways mainly through faucets, they pay fractions of a Bitcoin and they would take ages, not to mention the fees incurred to transfer and trade.

2) Exchanges - The safest way to buy Bitcoins are through established exchanges such as LocalBitcoins, Remitano and CEX.IO. As a beginner, you might end up paying more for the sake of convenience; exchanges which directly offer FIAT > BTC but after trading over time, you'll skip the middleman by following market prices (e.g. buyers and sellers).

A word of warning though, there are also phishing sites imitating famous exchanges, so always check the URL and HTTPS icon.

3) Fees - Whether you buy or sell Bitcoin or send them to another address, fees are incurred. From cents to dollars, try to minimize the need to transfer. If you're planning to convert your BTC to altcoins such as Ethereum, Litecoin and such soon, you might want to leave them on the exchange instead of repeatedly moving them about.

4) Secure your keys - This might contradict point #3, but exchanges are always a prime target for hackers and phishers. Don't trust anyone but yourself. Exchanges can be hacked and whatever Bitcoins or coincoins stored can be stolen with nearly 0% chance of recovery. You could always spend on fees for the safety but this leads to point #3. Sacrifice fees or funds? You decide.

That's when the wallet comes in. Go for Desktop (I use Exodus) or mobile wallets (Electrum) to store BTC (and every other coin) if you're not using them anytime soon and always keep the private keys safe!

5) Addresses and wallets - Every transaction involves an address. Bitcoin has gone through forks after forks. Always check that you're sending BTC to a BTC address, not BCH (Bitcoin Cash) or BTG (Bitcoin Gold) address. Don't be fooled by any coins that has Bitcoin except Bitcoin itself! If you don't, your funds are likely lost forever!


LAST BUT NOT LEAST, always use common sense! If Elon Musk's giving away free BTC, no please don't. Who's generous enough to multiply your Bitcoins without expecting anything in return?

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Great advise here. You can also read:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5104555.0
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February 03, 2019, 01:18:53 PM
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If you're referring to transactions literally, then I suggest checking earn.com[2]'s fee estimator for you to choose a certain fee amount, best for certain time frames depending on how quickly you want the transaction to be confirmed.


[1] https://www.coindesk.com/information
[2] https://bitcoinfees.earn.com/

I have problems with bitcoinfees.earn
 I just can't trust it.

It always shows more expensive fees than the reality. I have been using estimatefee.com where I can see  lower fees. I have been doing 1-2 says per byte, while Bitcoinfees.earn shows much higher, like 12

Now, this website is showing 12 says per byte while estimatefee.com only 3 says per byte.

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https://www.coinb.in/#fees is also a good site to check the fees. Right now the recommended fee is 1 Sat/Byte while https://bitcoinfees.earn.com/ shows 12 Sat/Byte.

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February 03, 2019, 02:04:36 PM
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https://www.coinb.in/#fees is also a good site to check the fees. Right now the recommended fee is 1 Sat/Byte while https://bitcoinfees.earn.com/ shows 12 Sat/Byte.
Thanks @Pmalek... i checked it out and it's a good simplified calculator. This is getting bookmarked  Wink

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Welcome to bitcoin world. Well it's not an easy world but with good research and knowledge you would be good here are few books you can look at
*mastering bitcoin
*the new age of cryptocurrency
*the bitcoin standard

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You should watch as many Youtube beginner tutorials as u can to get an idea of everything that is necessary for cryptocurrency to operate. Learn about Wallet addresses, Buy-Sell on exchanges, Public/Private Keys, How the blockchain works, How mining works. It will take awhile to soak it all in. So patience is needed.

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Hi everyone I am a beginner to bitcoin and I need your guidance to be able to join the transaction faster than I expected people to help me. Thank you
Its about mining fee. Higher you pay, more chance you will be included first  in next block.
Problem to that is, average there is one new block to put ur transaction every 10 minutes. But sometimes its not 10 minutes but 40 minutes (time is random), so no matter how much you would pay, its 40 minutes for example to include ur transaction. Sometimes its less than 10 minutes, like 1 minute. You must take into consideration randomness.

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February 03, 2019, 08:31:07 PM
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Bitcoin transactions aren't as fast as you probably want or envisage them to be and that's a lingering issue of scalability the network is having,but that should not deter you from carrying out transactions via the network.
Many measures have been put in place to curb the issue,the latest being the LN, we will have to see the progress it brings
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Buying coins securely is pretty important IMO. You should always aim to buy coins on an exchange if you're looking for the best rates; although you'll need to go through verification to use any fiat to crypto exchange, you'll be paying market rates most of the time after registering and verifying yourself on an exchange.

Alternatively, you can also try using a P2P trading service like Paxful for buying BTC in-person, through bank wires and with payment methods like PayPal, but you'll pay a bit of a premium buying coins through a P2P service like Paxful and people occasionally have issues on such platforms.

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February 05, 2019, 08:54:18 AM
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You need to make the bitcoin and altcoin news channel your friend where you need to learn more transactions and how it works per crypto currency asset. As go with these journey keep in mind that the day you stop learning is the day you stop making good transactions. Visit  the following on Google for your perusal .ccn,coindesk,
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February 06, 2019, 02:16:48 PM
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Hi everyone I am a beginner to bitcoin and I need your guidance to be able to join the transaction faster than I expected people to help me. Thank you

To learn to understand bitcoin, you can easily link to Google by using a web that studies bitcoin, you can also join forums or the bitcoin community to get more experience and don't forget to apply what you learn directly so that you will more easily understand.

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February 06, 2019, 04:46:25 PM
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You need to be prepared to be your own bank. That brings a whole host of responsibilities with it. In particular, you should focus on the security aspects of it. As in how to protect your crypto from theft, fraud, scammers. This field is loaded with scammers. Everyday a new scammer is born so be extremely careful. When sending funds, double check / triple check everything. There is no turning back once you click send. Been using Bitcoin for a while but even til this day I feel butterflys in my stomach when hitting send in my wallet.

Always try to understand what you are doing and test in small amounts before proceeding.

The threat of losing your funds is very real. Look at what can happen: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=782.5

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February 06, 2019, 06:21:56 PM
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Learn about the basic of chart.
Just consider this as your side job , if you're in school just focus on it.
If you're advance trader, you may try to focus on learning TA and FA for short term trading !
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February 08, 2019, 12:59:08 PM
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If you are new to bitcoin investing you need to prepare your mind, your feelings and your pocket. Educate yourself and learn how to control your emotions then decide if you are going to do day trading or you go for long time holding.

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