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  • Police Track Down Dark Web Drug Dealer With Bitcoin Transactions

    Gal Vallerius (36) from France was arrested by the police in September at the Atlanta airport. His criminal activity was traced by the police from his Bitcoin account. The French man has pleaded guilty to selling drugs on the dark web. Read on to know how the police managed to find him. Complete story : https://coinfrenzy.io/police-dark-web-drugdealer-btc-transactions/

  • Is there any fast and easy money here in cryptocurrency?

    I was just so curios since i am new also with cryptocurrency and i wonder as i read too many threads about getting good rewards from bounty campaigns like signature campaigns that receive BTC weekly or monthly and as i checked bitcoin market price today relatively so expensive. Many are great these are with the accordance basing on what i have read. Well maybe those people are fraud as i had began to join this system i dont feel there is great in it like getting a good reward instead i feel that this is just like a work that you need to perform in order for you to gain. Is there any fast and easy money here in cryptocurrency?

  • Why do we complain when the market is down?

    Ever since bitcoin price started dropping, most of the threads i see here are : is bitcoin dying?, will bitcoin go green again?, should i hold or sell? etc. I laugh when i see such threads. Every business has a window of opportunity when the market is ripe to enter. This is the time to invest more in bitcoin. Every good investor see every dip as an opportunity to buy more bitcoin and hold. The weak ones see dips and they start to shiver; selling all their bitcoins, even including their altcoins. Please community members, the way we are handling this drop in bitcoin will scare new members from even investing in the coin which will cause a further decrease in the price and the unexpected might happen. Let's have a healthy discussion about our coin even in hard times, and it will attract more people to invest and eventually pump the price again. Friends what do you also think?

  • Pros and Cons of ICO

    Cryptocurrencies are revolutionizing the world as we speak. Recently there are lots of new ICOs have been launched and millions of dollars could be pouring into it. Well, what does Initial Coin Offering mean? If you’re familiar with Kickstarter or IndieGogo, ICOs will make a lot of sense. It’s essentially crowdfunding for a new cryptocurrency. Recently, you might read many articles on newspapers about ICOs, new cryptocurrencies, so a thousand of people make profits from it. But have you ever thought of pros and cons of this ICO? According to my research, here are some pros & cons of launching an ICO: - Pros: o Equity stays with the founders, 100% o Raise much more money than venture capital funding o Marketing strategies are abundant for launching an ICO o Raise funds with mainly a “white paper” On the other hands, it has their drawbacks: o Highly recommended to reserve 15–25% of raised funds o Public reputation may be harmed if the ICO fails o No regulation o Harder for investors to place their money into ICO Through these advantages and disadvantages, do you still decide to invest in any ICOs? I am a newbie in this field, can anyone reference me some advises?

  • Why did Bitcoin lose value so fast in early ?

    The price of bitcoin fell more than $1,000 in the span of about 10 minutes on the CoinDesk Bitcoin Price Index (BPI) today, just hours after the cryptocurrency set an all-time high above $11,000. Beginning about 19:20 UTC, sell orders began piling up on exchanges in what was perhaps one of the market's most impressive successions of red candles in some time. After showing signs of stability above $10,000 at 18:30 UTC, the price hit a low of $9,290 at 19:30. However, data shows some exchanges were more affected than others. According to social media, the price decline coincides with reports that GDAX, the exchange offering of cryptocurrency startup Coinbase, had seen a service outage that is currently ongoing. Data from GDAX indicates the exchange hit a low of $8,593 before going offline. Social media reports also suggest that Bitstamp and Gemini have faced outages or interruptions today, at a time that coincides with increasing mainstream interest in cryptocurrencies. According to data provider TradeBlock, GDAX, Bitstamp and Bitfinex are all currently operating unreliably. The more than 11 percent decline marked the lowest price observed on the BPI since Nov. 26 when bitcoin hit a low of $8,757.

  • Understanding Block Chain and Crypto Currency

    Hello Friends! I would like to learn the basics of the Block Chain technology from the scratch, I know it's a decentralized I know about the Blocks and Hashes and Nodes but kindly explain the below the questions 1. How all nodes connect??? how one node solves algorithm and the algorithm combines all the solved maths ?? 2. still the creator of the bitcoin is a mystery then who controls the algorithm 3. where is the algorithm is placed because there should be a place to store the algorithm to solve all the things 4. In a communication, there must be a sender-receiver and a medium is a must in Internet Server works as a medium, In the Block Chain Technology, the Hashes Contains all the data about the sender and money and all the details But, how it identifies another Hash??? I'm little bit confused so kindly explain these questions and apologize me if I asked anything wrong. Thank You Friends !

  • Will BTC again Fall down at 3k??

    BTC is continuesly dumping and dumping and I have too much worried about the BTC value. I think BTC correction period is over. BTC will grow up again and reach a new value but when it will be happened I don't no. So I really enjoy the magic of BTC value.

  • BLOCKCHAIN.IO AIRDROP

    In Blockchain.io’s vision the Internet of Value is the next level of evolution of the Internet. The internet of value enables users to securely trade assets, rights, goods and services, globally and around the clock, without the involvement of a centralized authority, or traditional financial intermediaries, or so called ‘trusted’ third-parties. The Internet of value is built on multiple decentralized, automated, transparent, and secure blockchain-based value networks. Different networks operate different versions of the blockchain, which in turn are fueled by different cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ether, or Litecoin. Each network meets the needs of certain types of transactions, such as high-value payments or title registry, or the needs of specific trading communities, such as a network of autonomous objects or an industry sector. Blockchain.io as the leading exchange in the Internet of Value will enable users to trade across all these value networks. Cryptocurrency Exchanges Enable Users to Navigate the Internet of Value Cryptocurrency exchanges enable users to trade across multiple value networks powered by heterogeneous blockchains. As the number of cryptocurrencies grows, cryptocurrency exchanges become the marketplaces for listing and trading cryptocurrencies. In the current context, users mainly buy cryptocurrencies as a store of value, in anticipation of a future value increase. As exchanges list multiple cryptocurrencies in one place, supply information about them, enable comparisons, and set bid/ask prices according to demand, they help separate the valuable cryptocurrencies from the useless ones. Investors become increasingly discriminate in their choices of cryptocurrencies as a store of value or as a utility token. As technological and regulatory barriers to the Internet of value will be lifted, cryptocurrencies and decentralized value networks will gain mainstream acceptance. To trade on these different networks, users will need to buy multiple digital currencies and to exchange them as their needs evolve. Blockchain.io will list a careful selection of cryptocurrencies: Proof-of-Work (POW) coins such as Bitcoin, Ether or Litecoin, Proof-of-Stake (POS) coins like Qtum or Stratis, Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) coins, and other cryptographic protocols yet to be designed and minted. Airdrop Register link : http://vy.tc/fUkQX17

  • bitcoin technology is being obliterated?

    bitcoin technology is being obliterated? it has been almost 10 years since the creation of bitcoin and even a lot believe that the mass adoption has already happened but due to all the problems that the bitcoin network has for its operation it would be obsolete in the future, not to mention the monstrous energy consumptions that the bitcoin network.

  • Do you think/believe Bitcoins 2017 highs were artificially inflated?

    As the title says, Do you think Bitcoin's 2017 highs were artificially inflated? Is it possible to manipulate price of Bitcoin?

  • The Full Explanation What Is Cryotocurrency?

    Teaching today. what is cryptocurrency? it is a digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a central bank. what this basically mean is that your current currency is issued by the central bank is like manage through a networks or banks therefore they are verifying it on every level where as a crypto cryptocurrency is not operate or manage by a central bank and it is highly encrypted so no one can just hack in and see the data if you want xyz or if you not, so it is really safe. Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency developed in 2009. since then many new cryptocurrencies are formed and are knows as Altcoin. Cryptocurrencies are based on De Centralization, which means they are not like operated by one know entity or one know controller De Centralization they are available in so many networks of computers therefore is really hard to get data or to hack in to steal those funds   What is centralized currencies and Decentralized cryptocurrency in centralized banking and economic systems such as the federal reserve system, governments control the supply of currency by printing paper money. that is were you see governments saying interest rate will increase they will be issuing more paper money and all that stuff if your country is good it currency rises other wise it currency fall and that is what you are seeing around the world today example is  Nigeria it currency going down down down because they are operating more and more of money each and everyday, so you are in a fix because the government know how much money they want, they can task you and they can print more money which which will increase the value of your money this is what a centralized banking and economic systems is.   Therefore in case of decentralized cryptocurrency, companies or governments can not produce new units. therefore its not under any government control. This is what is cryptocurrency.

  • Without merit system on Bitcointalk ,What would have be your rank now?

    I was left with few days to get full member that the merit system was introduced. About five months ago and I think by now I would be getting to senior member. What about you?

  • Welcome Monopoly Coin. New great token!

    Monopoly Coin(MPC) is a new ERC-20 token which is going public soon. Monopoly Coin is an Open Source, Peer to Peer platform built on the ethereum blockchain. All platform transactions and the majority of ecosystem payments will be carried out on an immutable public ledger that is decentralized on thousands of computers across the planet. Monopoly Coin was designed as a deflationary token, it has strong potential for an increase in value and liquidity.   Transactions are completely anonymous using DarkSend+. Like any other digital currency, Monopoly is cryptographically secured. Though, the peculiarity of the algorithm consists of tremendous computational and electric capabilities that a hacker would need to even try to steal your funds. To put it in a nutshell, your wallet is unbreakable. The transactions are lightning fast thanks to N52/B-Send integration. N52/B-Send was created by a group of enthusiasts in order to spread all needed information about Monopoly Coin and provide necessary basic data like  (tokens, wallets, blockchains) and useful services (exchanges, mining pools, blockchain providers). X15 Pos network protects transactions. By putting security first, our decisions help make sure that transactions and the blockchain distribution are as decentralized as possible. Monopoly Coins are digital assets that cannot be destroyed, counterfeited or hacked, making them ideal for protecting objects of value like currency, information, property. To see more check out the website: https://www.monopolycoin.org/

  • Bitcoin Core 0.16.1 Released

    Bitcoin Core version 0.16.1 is now available from:   <https://bitcoincore.org/bin/bitcoin-core-0.16.1/> This is a new major version release, including new features, various bugfixes and performance improvements, as well as updated translations. Please report bugs using the issue tracker at GitHub:   <https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues> To receive security and update notifications, please subscribe to:   <https://bitcoincore.org/en/list/announcements/join/> How to Upgrade ============== If you are running an older version, shut it down. Wait until it has completely shut down (which might take a few minutes for older versions), then run the installer (on Windows) or just copy over `/Applications/Bitcoin-Qt` (on Mac) or `bitcoind`/`bitcoin-qt` (on Linux). The first time you run version 0.15.0 or newer, your chainstate database will be converted to a new format, which will take anywhere from a few minutes to half an hour, depending on the speed of your machine. Note that the block database format also changed in version 0.8.0 and there is no automatic upgrade code from before version 0.8 to version 0.15.0 or higher. Upgrading directly from 0.7.x and earlier without re-downloading the blockchain is not supported. However, as usual, old wallet versions are still supported. Downgrading warning ------------------- Wallets created in 0.16 and later are not compatible with versions prior to 0.16 and will not work if you try to use newly created wallets in older versions. Existing wallets that were created with older versions are not affected by this. Compatibility ============== Bitcoin Core is extensively tested on multiple operating systems using the Linux kernel, macOS 10.8+, and Windows Vista and later. Windows XP is not supported. Bitcoin Core should also work on most other Unix-like systems but is not frequently tested on them. Notable changes =============== Miner block size removed ------------------------ The `-blockmaxsize` option for miners to limit their blocks' sizes was deprecated in version 0.15.1, and has now been removed. Miners should use the `-blockmaxweight` option if they want to limit the weight of their blocks' weights. 0.16.1 change log ------------------ ### Policy - #11423 `d353dd1` [Policy] Several transaction standardness rules (jl2012) ### Mining - #12756 `e802c22` [config] Remove blockmaxsize option (jnewbery) ### Block and transaction handling - #13199 `c71e535` Bugfix: ensure consistency of m_failed_blocks after reconsiderblock (sdaftuar) - #13023 `bb79aaf` Fix some concurrency issues in ActivateBestChain() (skeees) ### P2P protocol and network code - #12626 `f60e84d` Limit the number of IPs addrman learns from each DNS seeder (EthanHeilman) ### Wallet - #13265 `5d8de76` Exit SyncMetaData if there are no transactions to sync (laanwj) - #13030 `5ff571e` Fix zapwallettxes/multiwallet interaction. (jnewbery) ### GUI - #12999 `1720eb3` Show the Window when double clicking the taskbar icon (ken2812221) - #12650 `f118a7a` Fix issue: "default port not shown correctly in settings dialog" (251Labs) - #13251 `ea487f9` Rephrase Bech32 checkbox texts, and enable it with legacy address default (fanquake) ### Build system - #12474 `b0f692f` Allow depends system to support armv7l (hkjn) - #12585 `72a3290` depends: Switch to downloading expat from GitHub (fanquake) - #12648 `46ca8f3` test: Update trusted git root (MarcoFalke) - #11995 `686cb86` depends: Fix Qt build with Xcode 9 (fanquake) - #12636 `845838c` backport: #11995 Fix Qt build with Xcode 9 (fanquake) - #12946 `e055bc0` depends: Fix Qt build with XCode 9.3 (fanquake) - #12998 `7847b92` Default to defining endian-conversion DECLs in compat w/o config (TheBlueMatt) ### Tests and QA - #12447 `01f931b` Add missing signal.h header (laanwj) - #12545 `1286f3e` Use wait_until to ensure ping goes out (Empact) - #12804 `4bdb0ce` Fix intermittent rpc_net.py failure. (jnewbery) - #12553 `0e98f96` Prefer wait_until over polling with time.sleep (Empact) - #12486 `cfebd40` Round target fee to 8 decimals in assert_fee_amount (kallewoof) - #12843 `df38b13` Test starting bitcoind with -h and -version (jnewbery) - #12475 `41c29f6` Fix python TypeError in script.py (MarcoFalke) - #12638 `0a76ed2` Cache only chain and wallet for regtest datadir (MarcoFalke) - #12902 `7460945` Handle potential cookie race when starting node (sdaftuar) - #12904 `6c26df0` Ensure bitcoind processes are cleaned up when tests end (sdaftuar) - #13049 `9ea62a3` Backports (MarcoFalke) - #13201 `b8aacd6` Handle disconnect_node race (sdaftuar) ### Miscellaneous - #12518 `a17fecf` Bump leveldb subtree (MarcoFalke) - #12442 `f3b8d85` devtools: Exclude patches from lint-whitespace (MarcoFalke) - #12988 `acdf433` Hold cs_main while calling UpdatedBlockTip() signal (skeees) - #12985 `0684cf9` Windows: Avoid launching as admin when NSIS installer ends. (JeremyRand) ### Documentation - #12637 `60086dd` backport: #12556 fix version typo in getpeerinfo RPC call help (fanquake) - #13184 `4087dd0` RPC Docs: `gettxout*`: clarify bestblock and unspent counts (harding) - #13246 `6de7543` Bump to Ubuntu Bionic 18.04 in build-windows.md (ken2812221) - #12556 `e730b82` Fix version typo in getpeerinfo RPC call help (tamasblummer) Credits ======= Thanks to everyone who directly contributed to this release: - 251 - Ben Woosley - Chun Kuan Lee - David A. Harding - e0 - fanquake - Henrik Jonsson - JeremyRand - Jesse Cohen - John Newbery - Johnson Lau - Karl-Johan Alm - Luke Dashjr - MarcoFalke - Matt Corallo - Pieter Wuille - Suhas Daftuar - Tamas Blummer - Wladimir J. van der Laan As well as everyone that helped translating on [Transifex](https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/bitcoin/). Note this thread will be self-moderated to keep out the spam that usually appears in these release announcement threads.

  • Why market is down and What to Expect

    Nobody seems to be talking about it here on steemit but the price of cryptocurrencies has been taking a beating this past week. If you're new to cryptocurrency and you haven't developed the discipline to hold on to your coins during times like this, it could be a very scary time specially if you have invested your money as I did. I am, of course, speaking from my own experience. It's only my third month on steemit. I've only bought SBD two months ago but I've seen the price of steem double and then drop down below the amount I purchased them within that short time span. So I did what any newbie coin holder does during drops in prices. I read everything I can about the topic. This is what I've learned so far . . . Every Existing CryptoCurrency is Still Coupled with BitCoin This simply means that all other existing coins are tied to the price of Bitcoin. If Bitcoin drops, all other coins drop. If bitcoin gains, all other coins gain as well. Allegedly, Bitcoins extraordinary price surge last December was fueled by price manipulation centered around Bitfinex and Tether. If the price of Bitcoin was artificially inflated, it would naturally correct and lose value taking along all other coins with it in the plunge. https://cointelegraph.com/news/research-tether-bitfinex-manipulation-reason-behind-2017-bitcoin-price-highs https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoins-falling-price-nothing-more-than-perception-or-is-there-manipulation Ideally, each coin must be evaluated by its own merits. That's still not happening but should in the future. It's called 'decoupling' and should benefit the entire crypto industry as we won't all be dependent on the price of Bitcoin. Security Issues Blockchain tech is highly secure. The security problems often exploited by hackers are in the exhanges. One reason often cited as a contributor to the falling prices of cryptocurrency is the hacking of CoinRail, a relatively small coin exchange in South Korea. However, some say that it couldn't have been the cause of the continuing fall of crypto prices. Regardless, it's clear that some exchanges are not taking security as seriously as they should. This issue has been happening again and again. I will not go into how to secure your account, your wallets, and your coins. That is your responsibility and if you haven't taken steps to secure your assets, stop reading this and go secure your coins first. Government Regulation The SEC now considers ICO's an unregulated securities market. And the governments seem to have a good reason to regulated ICO's and cryptocurrencies in general. The general public is not protected from fraud. If you ask me, anyone trying out cryptos should do their homework first. But, government protection should help. Still, government regulation seems to be a turn-off for a lot of investors. And thus, it's a contributing factor to the falling crypto prices. The Sky Isn't Falling The crypto market has seen its ups and downs for several years now. We know that you can lose money if your timing isn't right. Overall, the crypto world isn't doing so bad. As for me, I will continue doing what I'm doing, accumulating as much SP as I can no matter what the USD value is. I know it won't keep falling forever. It might take months to go up again but I don't care. I'll just keep doing what I've been doing.

  • Have you held in your hands some actual euros and dollars as a result of mining?

    I am prepared to invest my time and plenty of money in buying a mining PC, and maybe buy some coins, but I want to make sure that there is a chance I might get the money back from my investment, and the best way to make sure is to ask if you personally held some dollars or euros in your hand after changing some BTC's obtained from mining.

  • bitcoin and the ICO

    the huge amounts of new ICOS that arise every month could be hurting the price of bitcoin? you who think about the ICO?

  • BTC cash altcoin

    Hello guys, I have found a YouTube Tutorial How to get free BTC as fork. Hope it will be helpfull for people who still didn't get it    Video calls "How to get Bitcoin Cash (BCH) on Blockchain.info / How to claim Bitcoin Cash (BCH) free fork"

  • What are the best ways to store your crypto profits?

    Gold Bullion (physical gold) acts as a store of value, not primarily as a profit maker. Besides, physical gold has the ability to retain it's purchasing power over time. It is mainly ‘constant’ over long periods of time and exists because the gold price adjusts to changes in inflation and future inflation expectations. Therefore, physical gold is a long-term hedge against inflation. Besides, physical gold acts as a safe haven asset and has NO counterparty risk and is TAX FREE. Our aim at the MORO Company is to provide investors with the option of doing just that. Here is a bit about us:   • MORO has sold the MOST Gold Bullion for Bitcoin to date on a global scale

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