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    We would like to develop our e-commerce site TASOHA.COM to accept payment by our crypto. Currently we issue 790,000 Token ERC20 TASOHA (TSH) with the desire to collect 790 BTC - Of the 790BTC collected - we will deduct 30% to cover personnel costs. The rest to build brand and product. - We look forward to receiving the cooperation of everyone (30% we will share with the people in cooperation with us in the media) - If you find our project is feasible - and wish to cooperate with us - Let's leave information - and areas you can contribute - We will contact Thank you

  • 1.6 billion in gold vs 1.6 billion in Bitcoins

    People complain about the waste of electricity to produce Bitcoins. But it is unbelievable the waste of the various resources we spend or no we do not use to serve only as a store of value.

  • Centralized v/s Decentralized

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  • BTC still have the hope to apply ETF?

    that's because, so far, the applicants haven't fit the financial archetype that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking for. anyone how can us to improve to get ETF? or crypto valueble is the technology not the coin are giving out..

  • Can anyone make sure the ALS foundation gets their Bitcoins?

    I'm not on here much any more, but I went to make a donation to the ALS foundation in memory of Hal the other day and noted that the donation address that got set up back in 2014 has 14 BTC in it which nobody ever spent, and the wallet hasn't been touched in years. https://blockchain.info/address/1JsnZLEGgLJY7rbDdaKTzC2JyvfaKUpF5p Granted, that was supposed to run until a closing date, and those donations came in after that date, but the wallet that could spend them wouldn't have dropped the key.  Or at least it shouldn't have. I'm hoping someone at the ALS foundation still has the key?  Or someone who managed the whole thing for them still does?  It would be a real shame, IMO, if that much in donations just got left twisting in the wind.

  • What Approach Will The US Use To Stop Evasion of Sanctions?

    The Iranians are taking advantage of crypto in the wake of biting sanctions. Will this affect US crypto regulatory policy next year? What approach do you think a new policy will take? What will you do to beat such moves as an Iranian or Venezuelan?  https://cryptoinfowatch.com/iranian-currency-news-shows-increased-interest-in-blockchain/

  • Stablecoins and why the ecosystem needs them

    I think this article brings up a good point about stablecoins and their position next to bitcoin: https://www.strictlycrypto.com/stablecoins-why-does-the-ecosystem-needs-them/ Thoughts?

  • Tim May had Nothing to do with Bitcoin the Cryptocurrency Invented By Satoshi

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  • Blockchain size

    Hi all, I've recently discovered something is quite concerning for me, i.e. with Segwit transactions single block size will rise up to 4 Mb. This would lead to a blockchain increase up to ~200 GB/year, while a normal laptop does not have more than 500 GB. Right now blockchain is already at 200 GB.   In ten years it seems quite unsustainable. Common users will cease to run a full node, only pros and geeks will do that, and we'll never have millions of full nodes in that way. If bitcoin is peer to peer electronic cash and want to be worldwide, IMHO more than mining centralization and price dumping it's mass adoption of the peer-to-peer network that should be concerned. If LN will have a great development in the following years, and I hope I will. what about reducing block size back to 1 MB or even lower? I would like to have explanation and thoughts about a technician. Thanks in advance.

  • Bitcoin's future

    Bitcoin's future Mark Andreessen, co-founder of Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, presented the future of Bitcoin in a sub-editorial titled "Why Bitcoin Matters" published in the New York Times on January 21, 2014. Note that Andreessen Horowitz has invested 50 million dollars in Bitcoin-related startups in January and is currently searching for more Bitcoin-based investment opportunities. Endresen said in his post, "Bitcoin-based innovation is an inevitable and huge field of international remittance." Every day hundreds of millions of people go to hard work to earn money and then send that money to the families living in their own country. According to the World Bank, these people send 400 billion dollars remittance every year. Like every 10 percent of the money sent by the banks and other financial institutions, sometimes they spend a great amount of money. If you use bitcoin to send remittance, you will not have to pay any fee or charge, but it is very small. Thus, the quality of the lives of migrant workers and their families will be significantly increased. In fact, it is very difficult to think that such a matter will have a very positive effect on the vast majority of the world's poorest countries. Moreover, Bitcoin can naturally be a great force to bring a large number of world population under a modern economic system. At present, only modern banking and payment systems are available in more than 20 countries, while on the other hand, about 175 countries are still far behind. As a result, many people from many countries can't get the products and services they get in the West. Bitcoin can be used anywhere in the world as a worldwide payment system, which can be a powerful catalyst for the benefit of modern economic systems for everyone living on the planet.   The attractive third usage of Bitcoin is "Micropayment" or Ultrasmall Payment (paid for a small amount of money. It was not possible despite twenty years of effort, because it is not cost-effective, it is not cost-effective to use the currently used credit/debit and small payment system in the banking system. , Less than $ 1, just a few pennies or a few small pennies etc. The structure has a small price to pay this systems filter to survive. The matter is very simple for Bitcoin. Bitcoin has the right and the infinite disintegration of small numbers. Currently, which can be divided into smaller parts by eight digits after the decimal, it will be more in future. So you can use any small amount of currency as you wish, for example, one-tenth of a penny, and anyone else in the world can be sent for free or at some cost. Think of setting content prices. One reason is the media business, such as newspapers struggling to put the value on content. Because they need to put a price for the whole content or it is totally free. Being free, there are various advertisements on the web. Right now, Bitcoin is an economically beautiful method that allows you to add articles or sections or bells or video views or archive access or a small amount of interest on news alerts. Another potential use of 'micropayment' in Bitcoin is to combat spam. In the future, email systems and social networks can refuse to accept incoming messages until a small fraction of their bitcoin is paid. Although the small part does not matter to the sender, enough to keep the spammers out. Those who can now spend countless billions of spam messages without any barriers and costs. Besides, more than 454 types of cryptocurrencies are now more common than Bitcoin. But Bitcoin is the most used. If litecoin and ripple are used somewhat, it is not used in large quantities like bitcoin. Although Litecoin is considered to be Bitcoin's rival, it is apparently very unlikely.

  • BTC Price has Started Rising and It Will Rise and Rise Untill Satoshi ......>

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  • How many bitcoins to be set?

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  • Bitcoin 0.3 released!

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  • [repeat] I AM HODLING

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  • Google AI Briefly Describes Bitcoin as ‘Collapsed Economic Bubble

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  • A Chinese Government-Controlled Bitcoin Alternative Is Reportedly in the Works

    In the midst of a sino-U.S. trade war, the People’s Bank of China is working to develop its own cryptocurrency prototype. It apparently believes this centralized digital asset can ultimately trump BTC and perhaps even the U.S. Dollar. A Love-Hate Relationship With Cryptocurrency The government of China has been infamously hostile towards cryptocurrency-related economic activities like crypto trading, mining, P2P loans, and ICOs. But this doesn’t mean that the Chinese government disapproves of the underlying idea of Bitcoin. Although Xi Jinping’s administration has done much to kill the domestic cryptocurrency market, it’s currently at work developing its own secure, blockchain-based digital currency. check this full article https://www.crypto57.com/a-chinese-government-controlled-bitcoin-alternative-is-reportedly-in-the-works/

  • Bitcoin miners shutting down world wide

    I just watch a video posted by Mr_Kristof where he explains why mining business is getting in trouble and what to share the video and open the topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhg87v7kQvw I didn't know Bitmain was in those troubles, so, watch the video and share your point of view.

  • May be it's the start.

    Today it's increase 10%. Hoping it is the start. And it go up and up. What you guys think?

  • Bitcoin is a dominant coin?

    From when the market is sliding and the Bitcion rates are falling ,the other coins have also lost their value substantially there are very few coins which withstand in this bearish market .It proves that BTC is a dominant coin and  have effects on all the coins ,Will it change or retain its dominance.

  • Don't you think bitcoin price is dropping due to altcoins

    Today we see many ICO projects launching day by day focusing on many industries and the most popular way to invest in them has become Bitcoin due to its demand and value but I think this has made a negative effect on bitcoin directly or indirectly because when large amount of investors starts to pump there Bitcoins from private wallets to exchanges it makes a high supply of bitcoin into the market which can make its price decrease tremendously what do you think ?

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