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  • Bitcoin Forums and Social Media Communities

    Hey guys  , including BitcoinTalk, what are some of the most well-known Bitcoin forums and communities for people to educate and share information with each others? I put together a list here: Bitcoin Reddit BTC Reddit Bitcoin Talk Bitcoin Forum Bitcoin.com Forum Bitcoin Gold Forum Masters Of Crypto Smart Bitcoin Investments Forum AltcoinsTalks Feel free to add to it.

  • What today you can buy for the crypto?

    What and where can I spend a crypt? We have found places for you that legally allow you to pay in cryptocurrencies:   Products JMbullion - selling coins, including precious metals. In this case, the rate in Bitcoins is more profitable than when paying with a card (and a bit less profitable than with a payment by direct transfer of funds to a bank account). REEDS - an opportunity to buy bijoux for Bitcoin. Any product without restrictions. Overstock is a major online retailer headquartered in the United States. Offers a huge number of products, including products for the home, fitness, various clothes and all sorts of accessories. In 2017, the company launched Medici Ventures, specializing in the blockchain, and also entered into a partnership with an exchange platform to allow its customers to purchase goods using more than forty cryptocurrencies. Overstock donates 4% of its income from bitcoins to various funds promoting the use of cryptocurrency. New Egg is an online store of electronic equipment, various products for home and fitness, various software, as well as a marketplace. Allows you to pay Bitcoin, but with a number of restrictions. For example, you can not buy gift certificates, pay for subscriptions, use the pre-order. Openbazaar is an online service similar to bulletin boards, only here it is possible to pay with a crypt. Fangamer is another online flea market. HTC - a well-known mobile phone manufacturer has provided the opportunity to purchase the HTC Exodus model for Bitcoin. Bitcoin Realestate is an international real estate service with settlements in cryptocurrencies. Earlier they accepted Bitcoin exclusively, but now they have expanded the list of accepted currencies.   Travels Bitcoin.travel - flights, rental apartments and hotels are available. Cheap AIR - ticket sales. With no restrictions. Expedia is a travel service that provides a wide range of services, ranging from booking flights to paying for a cruise. Everything can be purchased for Bitcoin.   Online services PWC - a large consulting company accepts Bitcoin in the form of payment for an audit. Microsoft - also allow you to purchase products on their platforms, including for the Xbox. Gyft, eGifter - all sorts of gift cards for Bitcoin, also with their help, you can pay for your purchase on Amazon, so that indirectly you can pay with a crypt from this giant. VPN - dozens of services offer to pay for their services for cryptocurrency.   Adult Content Suicidegirls is an online community that prefers alternative beauty and indie culture from around the world. Here you can subscribe for Bitcoin. PornHub - judging by the news began to take payment in Verge. There is no direct evidence and we cannot assert the existence of such a method. Education Nicosia is the first university in the world to start accepting cryptocurrency located in Cyprus and offering to pay for bitcoin education. Lucerne university - you can also pay for your studies at the Swiss University of Applied Arts and Sciences. ESMT Berlin is a business school. The first educational institution in Germany, which allows you to pay for education in cryptocurrency. King’s School NY - the College of Art in New York, USA, also accepts alternative payment methods.

  • The problem of getting bitcoin in the future

    Whether or not the electronic money through the future is easy is a difficult question. Firstly, in terms of economic integration, this is very difficult now because each country has its own face value and money, it is difficult to synchronize, another difficulty is that the legal is unclear because each country has one private law. Secondly, the political, military, and information technology are uneven, leading to access to electronic money is not virtual reality. So how to solve this problem?

  • Top 35 best cryptocurrency projects - Bitcoin down!

    Top 35 best cryptocurrency projects - Bitcoin down! Litecoin, Bytecoin, EOS, Nebulas and Hcash - up! China (CCID) has published the eleventh rating of cryptocurrency. “The creativity of Litecoin, Bytecoin, EOS, Nebulas and Hcash increased significantly compared with the previous period, ” noted in the CCID. March 2019: https://news.bitcoin.com/china-favors-tron-eos-new-crypto-ranking-bitcoin/ February 2019: https://news.bitcoin.com/chinas-crypto-ranking-bitcoin-tron/

  • Protecting Your Computer?

    Besides making sure not to download the wrong programs that can be fake programs like fake wallets and not clicking on links, what other important things should you do to protect your computer?  Yes i know you should not put crypto in it but even those who have hardware wallets, some coins cannot be put in the hardware wallet and you need to put it on its own wallet you install or in an exchange.  First off, does everyone here put a password on their computer?  I read the windows password is completely useless.  But does anyone here use veracrypt or a program where you must enter a password on your computer before you can log in?  Because i read cases where a hacker if they have access to your laptop can put a virus, trojan, keylogger in your computer... then shut down your computer and if you never knew someone accessed your computer, well anything you type on it can be visible to the hacker.  Of course this requires someone smart to have physical access to your laptop.  Thus if they take your laptop, well even if they put a trojan on it, well as long as you don't type your stuff on it, thats fine. Can someone tell me what program they use to password protect their laptop?  I do not do this as i heard this process is not that simple.  I heard there is either veracrypt or bitlocker.  Are those the only 2 options or best 2 options?  If so, which do you choose and with it, does that mean a thief with access to your laptop cannot get into your laptop and store anything in it like trojan unless they have the password?  Because say someone installed a trojan in your laptop while you are not there for a bit... let say its just a friend who did it b/c they know you have crypto... that is dangerous.  Any advice here? 

  • Zilliqa Breakout coming over MDF Line, be ready! and btc...

    Be ready for zilliqa breakout. MDF effect low, what means a huge increase is coming. I expect above 600 sat.

  • Game of strategy and win BTC

    Win BTC It is an online economic strategy game with the possibility of earning Bitcoins.  CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE GAME Before starting to play please visit my blog where I tried to explain how to play and what to do for a new player https://money-creater.blogspot.com/p/play-and-win.html In this blog, you will learn how to play and ease the job. so let's play

  • What are the chances you forgot you have money?

    It just occurred to me that I used to trade on two major platforms, time ago. Then stopped for a year or something. I just bothered to login, check if I might have any forgotten money there. On the first one, I had a zero balance. On the second one, I had small amounts of BTC, BTG and LTC, summing up at about 50 $. I know it's not much but... it's something. And I had totally forgotten about it. I realize, there must be big money forgotten here and there by us all. Isn't that funny? What about you? Maybe it's time to squeeze your mind, see if there's a wallet, a platform, somewhere, that you forgot about and it's still holding your money. And if yes, what coins and how much  money was it? ( And come to think of it, if I have helped any way in recovering forgotten money, maybe you'd care about a small gift to your angel?   ) BTC : 14tK2JXywmBhCRVpBVTDbm9Nu6yLHwD1n5 LTC : LNUFKMR2Qo3ji31iM7xW93A8SA76taW69F DASH: Xaocu6chYQ7zMvHCLTenkQyUTTpBiQWt8D XMR: 4JUdGzvrMFDWrUUwY3toJATSeNwjn54LkCnKBPRzDuhzi5vSepHfUckJNxRL2gjkNrSqtCoRUrEDAgR wsQvVCjZbS31jT4GFGwWPmziL42 ZCASH: t1bqSRUWWbZqmZWmttkb1KrTbHvLoRbHD88 DOGE: DBpiE7kcaFVKCtaGoYvYLYE9R2i6uDCeS3

  • Current Singapore bitcoin exchange options?

    What are the current exchanges that still have viable banking relationships (to cash out and buy back in to the market).   FYBSG had their banking relationship closed so they threw in the towel and ceased operations.   

  • Bitcoin News: Net’s Most Wanted Man Wants U.S. Stock Investors To Buy Cryptocu

    https://todaysgazette.com/bitcoin-news-nets-most-wanted-kim-dotcom-wants-us-stock-buy-cryptocurrency/

  • Agustin Carstens is more aggressive in rejecting crypto than Warren Buffet

    he is the head of the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), he said that crypto is a bubble and a Ponzi scheme that can create environmental damage. he also said that crypto does not have a positive potential to be a currency. he also told and influence to the youth to stop creating money. he also said that the Bank provides electronic payment instruments for the future instead of crypto. please share your opinion on this topic here!

  • Roger Ver owning Bitcoin.com

    No one involved with bitcoin at the beginning had the foresight to register Bitcoin.com? Instead we let Roger Ver have control over bitcoin.com with his shady intentions.  I still think he is a good crypto supporter and he wants to see everything succeed but what do you guys think of him owning bitcoin.com?

  • Another Lightning App (lapp) released! LuckyThunder.com + some dev resourses ⚡

    Last 4 months of this bear market I used all spare time that I had next to my job as a software engineer, to build LuckyThunder. The main goal was to learn how to use the lightning network and how to build something ontop of it. My experience has been almost flawless, its great to see the progress it has made the last year. The experience a year ago wasn't good, or at least, mine wasn't:) My experience is that developing on the 2nd layer of bitcoin is much easier than onchain as there is no hassle with key management and fees. I learned that from creating a onchain gamble site (which i'm not gonna shill here) that I made in school. But still I can understand that it can look intimidating, so that is why I wanted to share some resources too: Here are some resources that helped me learn about LN and build LuckyThunder: First of all, the LND slack: Invite on http://dev.lightning.community very helpful people with lots of experience. Than the lightning makers telegram group: https://medium.com/@TheCarter/announcing-lightning-makers-b7fa9ccdfcb5 fast responses of ppl that really love the LN. At last, the lnd grpc documentation: https://api.lightning.community/ And Pierre Rochards NodeLauncher, awesome to set up a quick dev environment: https://github.com/lightning-power-users/node-launcher/releases If you need any help, I'm active in the lightning makers telegram group, or you can always reach out on twitter: https://twitter.com/LuckyThunderCom or https://twitter.com/bitcoinbram About LuckyThunder: LuckyThunder is a slotmachine built on the lightning network where players can play in the browser without logging in, all provably fair and with a high winrate (highest for any LN game afaik). I would really appreciate feedback on my project as I want to improve it where I can! https://www.luckythunder.com/

  • I'm giving free cryptocurrency investing courses to the community

    Hi everyone! I’m writing this post to support the community by providing 50 FREE lifetime access rights to my new course on Udemy called Smart Cryptocurrency Investor. It will teach you the following: - Why cryptocurrency is a good investment option in 2019 - How to analyze the market’s past and predict its future - How to identify undervalued cryptocurrencies and ICOs - How to identify the best time to buy and sell cryptocurrencies - How to invest in cryptocurrency like venture capitalists - How to create and manage a cryptocurrency portfolio - How to store cryptocurrencies safe and secure - What strategies to use to increase portfolio profitability - How to make smart investment decisions - How value investing can lead to great profits - How to calculate a cryptocurrency’s intrinsic value - How to invest in cryptocurrencies like Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, and Seth Klarman would have done - And much more, all based on real facts and practical examples! The free links have 1 week deadline so if you don’t need it, please share it with your loved ones whom might benefit from the course. Here it is: https://www.udemy.com/smart-cryptocurrency-investor-the-best-cryptocurrency-investing-course/?couponCode=BITCOINTALKFREE Also, to watch the course introduction video on Youtube, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWSJqZLsJx0 Best wishes, Cem Goksel Ozargun

  • I'm giving free cryptocurrency investing courses to the community

    Hi everyone! I’m writing this post to support the community by providing 50 FREE lifetime access rights to my new course on Udemy called Smart Cryptocurrency Investor. It will teach you the following: - Why cryptocurrency is a good investment option in 2019 - How to analyze the market’s past and predict its future - How to identify undervalued cryptocurrencies and ICOs - How to identify the best time to buy and sell cryptocurrencies - How to invest in cryptocurrency like venture capitalists - How to create and manage a cryptocurrency portfolio - How to store cryptocurrencies safe and secure - What strategies to use to increase portfolio profitability - How to make smart investment decisions - How value investing can lead to great profits - How to calculate a cryptocurrency’s intrinsic value - How to invest in cryptocurrencies like Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, and Seth Klarman would have done - And much more, all based on real facts and practical examples! The free links have 1 week deadline so if you don’t need it, please share it with your loved ones whom might benefit from the course. Here it is: https://www.udemy.com/smart-cryptocurrency-investor-the-best-cryptocurrency-investing-course/?couponCode=BITCOINTALKFREE Also, to watch the course introduction video on Youtube, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWSJqZLsJx0 Best wishes, Cem Goksel Ozargun

  • Netflix series OA - “What’s ether? Is that some kind of, like, digital currency?

    In episode one of the second season of the Netflix sci-fi series OA, we are introduced to the cryptocurrency Ethereum. Around 5 minutes into the opening scene of episode one, we meet an older homeless immigrant woman, who needs help from a private inspector, she doesn’t look like she have any money, but when she was asked for money, she quickly navigates on her Smartphone and find her Mobil wallet, where she has $31.000 of Ethereum. We are then told that Ether is virtual money, a digital currency just like Bitcoins. “What’s ether? Is that some kind of, like, digital currency? Is it like a bitcoin? Without making any spoiler, we later learn that ether is used as prize money, smart people can win on a Smartphone game, the better they are,  the higher the payouts. 

  • BTCclicks : The Best Platform to Earn Free Bitcoins in 2019

    These days new cryptocurrencies are emerging in the market on the other hand the price bitcoin is increasing day by day.. but it is intricate to purchase bitcoin.. So, you don't have to worry. There's an opportunity to earn free bitcoins.. A website called BTCClicks pays bitcoins for viewing ads.. As i have used various websites but i found BTCClicks very interesting because it pays more bitcoins than other websites. What's your thought on BTCClicks ?

  • best crypto podcasts

    Since podcast is becoming a thing these days and I listen to them alot, anyone got crypto/blockchain ones to recommend? Here's my fave at the moment - The Bitcoin Podcast Network (https://thebitcoinpodcast.com/) - Coin Mastery (https://www.coinmastery.com/) - The Bad Crypto Podcast (https://badcryptopodcast.com/) - The Coin Offering (https://thecoinoffering.com/) - Unchained Podcast (http://unchainedpodcast.co/) - Epicenter (https://epicenter.tv/)

  • https://www.banknoteworld.com/ is now accepting Bitcoin

    I don't know if there are a lot of bitcoin enthusiast who are also into collecting bank notes all over the globe. If there is one then I'm happy to say that https://www.banknoteworld.com/ just started accepting bitcoin as well. They ditch Paypal, and then replace it with Bitcoin.  It will go to the usual payment processor Bitpay upon checking out.

  • Turkish digital currency marketing data for sale

    Turkish digital currency marketing data for sale If you want to enter the Turkish digital currency market, please pay attention

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