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Tasks4Coin

Tasks4Coin is a place where bitcoin rewards are offered for the completion of small tasks.
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r/Bitcoin online users double the usual amount- can we get stats please!

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04-20 12:45 - 'This is a review site you can use to find mixers, with user comments- they are custodial, but will have lower minimum amounts and are faster than coinjoins / [[link]]' by /u/ShortStand removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-7min

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Brave browser dev on Twitter: “Brave Rewards (previously 'Payments') was launched on Bitcoin. We had to switch to the ETH blockchain due to network and fee issues. Our users aren't HODLers who buy in large amounts, so the fee and congestion issues facing BTC were unbearable.”

Brave browser dev on Twitter: “Brave Rewards (previously 'Payments') was launched on Bitcoin. We had to switch to the ETH blockchain due to network and fee issues. Our users aren't HODLers who buy in large amounts, so the fee and congestion issues facing BTC were unbearable.” submitted by BitcoinXio to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin users of Reddit, who have made or lost absurd amounts of money, what’s your story?

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The biggest irony of the delisting is the attention they bring to the original Bitcoin (SV) by delisting it. The daily online users in this sub are rising again, as well as the amount of subscribers. A war is not won or lost in a single battle. The currencies with long term potential will stay.

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There are 3 ways miners will continue to spend amounts of energy to secure the network: a) users are willing to pay continuously increasing fees (fee market - Bitcoin Core), or b) creating new coins for miners (Inflation), or c) more transactions per block (big fucking blocks - Bitcoin Cash).

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Brave browser dev on Twitter: “Brave Rewards (previously 'Payments') was launched on Bitcoin. We had to switch to the ETH blockchain due to network and fee issues. Our users aren't HODLers who buy in large amounts, so the fee and congestion issues facing BTC were unbearable.”

Brave browser dev on Twitter: “Brave Rewards (previously 'Payments') was launched on Bitcoin. We had to switch to the ETH blockchain due to network and fee issues. Our users aren't HODLers who buy in large amounts, so the fee and congestion issues facing BTC were unbearable.” submitted by vegasbooty to Cryptoandme [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Users Unaffected as NASA Targets Infinite Amount of Gold

Bitcoin Users Unaffected as NASA Targets Infinite Amount of Gold submitted by ososru to Bitcoin4free [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Users Unaffected as NASA Targets Infinite Amount of Gold

Bitcoin Users Unaffected as NASA Targets Infinite Amount of Gold submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

07-01 17:23 - 'Hey any reddit user in la looking to sell bitcoin for cash or any local miners with large amount of coin to trade for cash' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Jewbag626 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 40-50min

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Bitcoin Users Unaffected as NASA Targets Infinite Amount of Gold

Bitcoin Users Unaffected as NASA Targets Infinite Amount of Gold submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Users Unaffected as NASA Targets Infinite Amount of Gold

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Bitcoin Users Unaffected as NASA Targets Infinite Amount of Gold

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Theymos Botting Adventures: This post has 1k votes but only 2k views on YouTube. For a subreddit with 850,000 subscribers that's an incredible low amount of views. So: A) r/bitcoin is a dead sub, 99% of their subscribers/users are zombie accounts and B) theymos can't into YouTube viewbotting.

Theymos Botting Adventures: This post has 1k votes but only 2k views on YouTube. For a subreddit with 850,000 subscribers that's an incredible low amount of views. So: A) bitcoin is a dead sub, 99% of their subscribers/users are zombie accounts and B) theymos can't into YouTube viewbotting. submitted by Jihan_Butt to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Amid Venezuela crisis, a local bitcoin user details how crypto save his family. Keeping all of his money in bitcoin, he only exchanges small amounts into the hyperinflating Bolivar when necessary.

Amid Venezuela crisis, a local bitcoin user details how crypto save his family. Keeping all of his money in bitcoin, he only exchanges small amounts into the hyperinflating Bolivar when necessary. submitted by stevieyongieg to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

The biggest irony of the delisting is the attention they bring to the original Bitcoin (SV) by delisting it. The daily online users in this sub are rising again, as well as the amount of subscribers. A war is not won or lost in a single battle. The currencies with long term pote /r/bitcoincashSV

The biggest irony of the delisting is the attention they bring to the original Bitcoin (SV) by delisting it. The daily online users in this sub are rising again, as well as the amount of subscribers. A war is not won or lost in a single battle. The currencies with long term pote /bitcoincashSV submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Have a look at this chart....this is how Bitcoin2 will work in the future.Bitcoin2 is not ERC20 , Bitcoin 2 is its own blockchain with replay protection. Users who have BTC will get as many Bitcoin 2s as the amount of Bitcoins that they have 1 for each 1.

Have a look at this chart....this is how Bitcoin2 will work in the future.Bitcoin2 is not ERC20 , Bitcoin 2 is its own blockchain with replay protection. Users who have BTC will get as many Bitcoin 2s as the amount of Bitcoins that they have 1 for each 1. submitted by chichi0116 to bitc2 [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Private $BTCP markets are live and users have been credited with the appropriate amount

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Core and "small blockers" decrease the potential worth of bitcoin not just because smaller blocks limit the amount of users and utility, but because the worth of bitcoin is related to the security it provides.

Reducing the amount of fees miners can collect reduces their total revenue which reduces total security which reduces the total value of bitcoin.
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PSA [Ledger Users]: If you hodled Bitcoin around 2017-10-25 you also have Bitcoin Gold of the same amount in your wallet - here is a super easy official way explained how to split it. Bittrex supports BTG.

So if you want to buy more VTC. You could exchange BTG to BTC -> VTC on Bittrex or any other exchange supporting BTG.
Following this manual it's really easy: https://ledger.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005456969-How-to-use-Bitcoin-Gold-with-Ledger
Have fun and keep care.
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I have a piece of software that I would like to share, but I'm wondering if it can be embedded with a code that asks the new user to send a fixed amount of bitcoin (e.g. $10) to an address.

The program can then check to see if their address has paid it before installing it. Is that possible?
e.g. In order to use this plugin please send $10 using bitcoin to this address. To verify copy your sending address here.
When it detects the payment it allows the installation.
I'm not a programmer but wondering if this is possible. I have paid for a plugin to be made and want to replenish the cost.
The intended users are not likely to break down the program (non-programmers) but should be able to use bitcoin.
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Bug? Question to iOS BRD users: If you scan this QR code, do you see an amount specified? It works on Android, but not on iOS? (DO NOT SEND BITCOINS)

Bug? Question to iOS BRD users: If you scan this QR code, do you see an amount specified? It works on Android, but not on iOS? (DO NOT SEND BITCOINS) submitted by PatrickVanDerMeijde to BRDapp [link] [comments]

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