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  • Going to my first meetup

    So after tonight I will hopefully have attended my first Bitcoin meetup, well all crypto likely. It's in nearest large city about 2 hours away and it's taken me nearly 2 years to make it in for 1. I made a decision about 4 months ago to go to a different groups meetup and that was a mistake. It was more mining focused but they cancelled, left the event advertised, and wasted a good deal of my time lol. I don't reallly know what to expect, the organizer is actually the guy who sold me my first hardware, always had a good chat with him. So i'm hoping for more or the same. I'll update on how it goes. Figured I would share, let me know if you've ever attended these types if events, what it was like, the good and the bad

  • Crypto Bulls Celebrate Too Early?

    The cryptocurrency market was overwhelmed with positivity throughout the past couple of days as all of the major coins were trading in the green. A lot of them scored double-digit gains, causing many to believe that we might have entered a new altcoin season. However, this notion was quickly dismissed as today the entire market is bleeding red. Bitcoin plunged around $600 in a massive red candle, bringing all other altcoins with it. Full Article

  • The recession is going to pump the price of Bitcoin?

    DO you think we are going to see a recession any time soon, and if yes, will it pump the price of Bitcoin?

  • Why Bitcoin?

    Why Bitcoin?

  • Bitcoin Community College Party Challenge.

    I'm not sure where to post this but if this is not the right place can the moderator please move it to the right forum board. Remember when you did a long week of classes and just wanted to relax and party on the weekends? Remember the daily Roman noodles? Rember when it was you and your friends turn to bring the beer? Well Bitcoin Friends help us with our challenge as we are asking for your help for this weekends unwind and bind party! Any bit, byte, or sash counts for our challenges total! Yes, this is apart of a crazy college house challenge which is our house vs their house. We chose our Bitcoin Friends to reach out to, to help crush the other house. Last week there pety crumbly uncle sam dollars they collected, only made enough for 5 - 24 packs. Over 100 people at these partys show and go. Sheesh we had to help buy beer, though it doesn't count towards our weekend/this weekend!! So, It's Bitcoin vs. Uncle Sam. - Old vs. New - Delta House vs. 3 Others! Who will win? Help us Keg it, Decorate it, and turn it in to the Party of the Year! 15eEXwthUKc68nmt95DXJ84e9xh7JVWLNN Ohh by the way, Bitcoin ATM right by the campus! "In advance, thank you! We are very busy throughout the week with classes and tons of work. Replying will be a bit slow but, we will post the results and most likely pictures of the fun we had. The Bitcoin symbol will be a door stamp so, if you read this and came to the party this weekend, leave a reply!! If you do happen to donate to our challange or even just support what were doing, we appreciate it so much! Thank You, Thank You, Thank You. Yes, we are all over 21! By us choosing Bitcoin as our challenging currency we are proving it is a bigger broader way to reach out to a community safely and on a larger scale. The Bitcoin community sticks together and that's why we chose to reach out to our friends here! Again, Thank You, and donation address is below". 15eEXwthUKc68nmt95DXJ84e9xh7JVWLNN If we don't reply before the party, we will reply Sunday afternoon. We have posted this on other forums and social media and have gave a different bitcoin addresses so we can see which site contributed what so, if there is anything left we can donate back to the community. Thank You!

  • Interview with VORTEX: Bitcoin to 1 Trillion USD market cap?

    Hey guys, Vortex on this podcast says bitcoin will likely be taken more seriously at a Marketcap of 1 Trillion USD. https://youtu.be/ewOGlF_AVUg So, back of the envelope calculations put the price around 55 000 USD if we get to that market cap. Wow, if we can get there... I guess the FOMO would blow off the charts! Me thinks if we hit that we won't stop there!

  • What will happen after cryptocurrency

    Money changed its shape through the history. As from non-monetary exchange to the need of having money. Fast forward to our current banknotes which are in my opinion slowly dying with bitcoin taking over. Many discussions are being held if bitcoin can be the primary currency in the world. Let's assume it can be. Everything has an end so what do you think will come after bitcoin? What will money look like hundreds of years from now? I predict its gonna be digital of course but I'm interested if its going to be a cryptocurrency or something else.

  • Here we go... Major VR porn sites accept Bitcoins next to Paypal

    A simple comparison site shows it http://www.vrporncount.com/#bitcoin What didn't work for conventional porn, works great for innovation 

  • Seeking venture capital, targeting bitcoin hash quiz, centralization project

    Mainly for Asian users, quiz hash value, centralized operation, late transformation dapp, seeking 10BTC venture capital, 40% shares, I am Chinese, my Telegram: @ChinaUsa

  • Bitcoin price prediction, Crypto Currency Journey Planning.

    At start I think of this site as a mere source of income. Because my classmates and friends tell me they earn money from this site. But when I visit this site I was enlightened that  this forum is for us to get and give information about bit coins and other crypto currency. So that we can plan our moves and steps in a more profitable way if we would like to have a career in crypto currency trading. We also get to know people that can help us on our journey in the crypto currency industry. Some times we gain some and some times we lost some. But the important thing there is that we learn from that expirience. Now this is I would like to ask everyone. I want to know your predictions about Bitcoin and other crypto currency and what are your plans on the near future let's say for the next 5-10 years. Because I as wandering why other people think of bitcoin as a gold that it's value would rise even highier. I was reading the predictions of Big people that think it would be profitable to invest in it for the next five years. here are some of their predictions Chamath Palihapitiya – $1,000,000 (by 2037) @chamath Chamath Palihapitiya is the Founder of Social Capital and Co-Owner of the Golden State Warriors. His Bitcoin journey started with an investment back in 2012, and by 2013 he had included Bitcoin in his hedge fund, general fund, private account. At one point, he owned 5% of all Bitcoin in circulation. Palihapitiya has predicted Bitcoin price will reach $100,000 in the next 3-4 years, adding that it will reach a price of $1 million by 2037. He said, “This thing has the potential to be comparable to the value of gold…This is a fantastic hedge and store of value against autocratic regimes and banking infrastructure that we know is corrosive to how the world needs to work properly” Wences Casares – $1,000,000 (by 2027) @wences Wences Casares is the Founder and CEO of Xapo, a Bitcoin wallet startup, and a board member at PayPal, among various other roles. Casares first found interest in Bitcoin due to high financial volatility in his home country Argentina’s native currency, the Peso. The tech giant bought his first Bitcoins in 2011. Casares believes that Bitcoin will hit $1 million sometime before 2027, he said at the Consensus 2017 conference in New York. Even better, he believes that Bitcoin could hit one million dollars in as few as 5 years, saying on May 23, 2017, that the milestone will be reached “in 5-10 years”. John Pfeffer – $700,000 (no date) @jlppfeffer John Pfeffer is a partner at London-based family office Pfeffer Capital. He’s set a bold price target for Bitcoin of $700,000—about 175 times the current Bitcoin price of nearly $4,000. Pfeffer said that Bitcoin is the world’s first viable replacement for gold. The math for his target works like this: firstly, he assumes that Bitcoin can replace all of the gold currently held by private investors — in other words, the gold bars that people keep in safe-deposit boxes or bury in their backyard (simply as a way to park their money in something more dependable than paper). He says that “Bitcoin is vastly easier to store and secure.” Next up, the current value of all privately held gold bullion is about $1.6 trillion. Assuming there will be 18 million Bitcoins in circulation by the time the cryptocurrency fully replaces gold bullion, the implied value of a Bitcoin would then be $90,000. This is Pfeffer’s most conservative scenario, which he gives 8% odds of coming to fruition. source: https://www.bitcoinprice.com/predictions/ So guys please give me your insights and plans on Bitcoins and other Crypto currency so we could help each other have a brighter  future in this crypto currency world 

  • Whats the best free source for market data

    I'm looking for high-quality market data source where I can pull the history of top 100 coins and also get live data I wonder if there is any free source you guys know about?

  • Are Any Landlords in the UK Accepting Bitcoin\CryptoCurrencies for Rent Payments

    Hi to everyone out there!   I was curious of any landlords in the UK are accepting bitcoin or other crypto currencies as payment for their tenants' rent? I am considering doing so, as I believe there may be less fees for the tenants, but also worry there may be much more education needed for tenants to accept the idea. Maybe I could write up a big guide on our websiteProbuytolet.com and show tenants that as a step by step process for paying via crypto? Would love to chat with other property owners in this space!

  • Nigerian crypto educator returns $80k in bitcoin recieve by mistake.

    This threads is as a respond to the numerous replies on my previous thread proclaiming everything Nigeria is been associated with negatively. The actual truth is the good/positive incident aren't been circulated like the negative news. The media are mostly interested in painting the country bad. This incident of a bitcoin entrepreneur returing 7.8 BTC (worth around $80,000 when the transaction occurs) is an example we do have good individuals among us. I did follow the development of the story when i saw his tweet informing about the mistake although I'll be linking you guys to a more reliable source. Quote from: https://cointelegraph.com/news/nigerian-crypto-educator-returns-80k-in-bitcoin-received-by-mistake Keith Mali Chung — the co-founder and president of African blockchain firm Loopblock Network — has returned almost $80,000 worth of Bitcoin (BTC) mistakenly sent to his wallet. Chung — who goes by the Twitter handle of “Bitcoin Keith (The African Bitcoin Bull)” — tweeted about the incident on Sept. 12: “I received huge sum of BTC from an unknown sender and it’s definitely a mistake from someone I must have had transaction with before, Kindly DM me time of transaction, your adress and exact digits sent.. thank you. Kindly retweet” In a further update on Sept. 13, Chung revealed that the exact sum of apparently accidentally transferred Bitcoin was 7.8 BTC — worth $79,482 to press time. He also indicated that the sender who remains anonymous had responded to his request, meaning he was able to return the funds. He explained: “In Africa, which is where I am situated, 80% we transact Cryptos through WhatsApp escrows and someone who himself and I had business in the past made this huge mistake of sending 7.8BTC into my blockchain wallet. I spread the words round & he reached out.” Chung’s actions earned him significant social media acclaim and even the moniker of “African/Nigerian good samaritan” on crypto Twitter. Had he failed to identify the sender, he had pledged to donate the accidentally-gotten proceeds to Binance, which organizes a series of philanthropic projects via its charity arm, Binance Charity.   In conclusion, Nigerians are enthusiast of this currency (bitcoin), Any Nigerian who have encounter the currency and invested wisely can testify it has had more effects in their life than the government had during that timeframe

  • Are Any Landlords in the UK Accepting Bitcoin\CryptoCurrencies for Rent Payments

    Hi to everyone out there!  I was curious of any landlords in the UK are accepting bitcoin or other crypto currencies as payment for their tenants' rent? I am considering doing so, as I believe there may be less fees for the tenants, but also worry there may be much more education needed for tenants to accept the idea. Maybe I could write up a big guide on our websiteProbuytolet.com and show tenants that as a step by step process for paying via crypto? Would love to chat with other property owners in this space!

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  • Bitcoin is volatile but NY Fed just pumped $75 billion into market for calm?

    For first time since 2008 The New York Fed made up to $75 billion available through a repo auction. Here the Fed accepts Treasuries and other securities as collateral, and in exchange, provides cash. The facility had not previously been used at such a scale since 2008. Is this another flashing light of a financial crisis? It seems these guys can print money out of thin air. But they want to tightly regulate Bitcoin and crypto. Government and big banks do not want competition in their money control. article link: https://www.ft.com/content/2c11a972-d941-11e9-8f9b-77216ebe1f17

  • Is Bitcoin Still Better than US Dollar?

    This news made me angry  Why people still can not understand that the government is manipulating fiat money. Bitcoin is the solution to the problem of manipulating the state. Could this news be a signal for further support of Bitcoin instead of fiat money among US citizens? https://www.ccn.com/dollar-printed-75-billion-why-bitcoin-matters/

  • Proof that bitcoin is needed, even by developed countries such as US of A

    According to this article "The US Quietly Printed $75 Billion out of Thin Air (For the Banks)." FIAT, as everyone knows, can be printed out of thin air. They used to back it with gold, but they gave that up some fifty years ago. Real inflation is about 1 percent in Europe and USA but they increase that to about 2-2.5 percent by printing some money every year. According to this news source, this time, the USA printed an unprecedented amount of money, 75 Billion dollars! Yes, that is with a B and not with an M. Bitcoin has a limited supply and cannot be governed by governments or presidents. That is why they are afraid of it! I predict Bitcoin price will skyrocket soon  

  • Financial crisis 2.0 - What will happen to bitcoin in the next crisis?

    I wonder what will happen to bitcoin and the crypto market if there will be a financial crisis in the world (2008 style) From one side people will probably look for 'safer' place to put their money in on the other side, many people see crypto and bitcoin as a risky investment I would like to hear the community opinions about what might happen to our market in a time of world economic crisis

  • Bitcoin Pishing Scam Goes Wrong

    273 Chinese nationals were arrested in the Philippines, accused for defrauding more than one thousand investors in an alleged Bitcoin scam syndicate as per information from coindoo... Read the full news here https://coindoo.com/273-bitcoin-scam-suspects-arrested-in-philippines/ I hope in future more of these criminals will face karma one way or the other and people should stop trying to double bitcoin without working for it, its simply greed

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