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Latest Bitcoin News / Reckoon airdrop
« Last post by administrator on Today at 05:08:46 PM »
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Latest Bitcoin News / Reckoon airdrop
« Last post by administrator on Today at 05:08:43 PM »
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This topic has been moved to Exchanges.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5224346.0
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This topic has been moved to Speculation.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5226570.0
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Yes, You have read it correctly. I am amazed myself, Recently I found out even if the Global Internet connection goes down, Bitcoin Network is not affected at all. Why and How? I just find out this website called Blockstream I am not promoting it whatsoever. They bring bitcoin into space they have this thing called Blockstream Satellite and running 24/7 for free around the world with different satellite every continent. I don't know how true is this but I am excited what is your views and feedback about this?



Source: https://blockstream.com/satellite/#satellite_network-coverage
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Latest Bitcoin News / Warren buffett strikes again
« Last post by administrator on Today at 04:03:24 PM »

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/02/24/warren-buffett-cryptocurrency-has-no-value.html

So Warren buffett just stated that cryptocurrencies have no value and He does not own any and he never will.

But it is a very well known fact that in February only
Sun gifted Buffett one bitcoin , after striking that deal with him .

So practically he did own 1 btc . I am not sure that he gave them to charity though .

What are your thoughts ?

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After the tweet Jack Dorsey made in November 2019 I have been interested to know why he believes so strongly that Africa will define the future of bitcoin. 

I think the answer may lie in this article: https://4king.com/jack-dorsey-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-and-africa/. One must never underestimate the power that lies in a developing country.

Do you agree with what they have to say?

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Latest Bitcoin News / Custodial vs Non-Custodial Exchanges
« Last post by administrator on Today at 01:59:35 PM »
Decentralization is the most important part of blockchain technology. Unfortunately, even though it has been upgrading all the time it still is not perfect.

Every person, who keeps coins on a private wallet instead of exchange is afraid of losing them.

If it happens there is no way to restore them and the user loses access to every fund that was stored there.

On the other hand, if you keep your coins/funds/money on the exchange you don't have access to your private keys. The wallet is under full control of the exchange and people who manage it.
And as my grandpa used to say “Not your keys, not your Bitcoins”. God bless his soul.

Exchanges, where users don’t have access to their private keys, are called “Custodial”

As the results of such a solution, we now have witnessed several hacker attacks on exchanges that cost people money. It also opened a backdoor for market manipulation (Exchange have access to their users coins/funds and may affect the price and the market).

Custodial exchanges
As I mentioned before, Custodial does not give access to private keys.
But…
It gives you a big advantage - you can restore access to your account if you lost/forgot your password.

Also, it is comfortable in trading, your coins and funds are in one place which is easy to manage.

Yet… when the exchange goes bye bye (under), your funds go bye bye as well.

And here comes another important rule “ DO NOT KEEP YOUR COINS ON THE EXCHANGE”!


Non-custodial Exchanges
Non-custodial wallets give you full control over your funds. The owner of the wallet is the only person who has access to his private keys and funds on the wallet and the exchange has only permission to use it when you trade. Your funds are safe but this system has issues, if you lose access to your wallet (lost password, deleted security files, destroyed phone) you will never get them back. That’s why it is so important to keep your private keys in a secure place.


Currently, 90%, (if not more) exchanges, are based on Custodial technology, which everyone probably knows. In my opinion, exchanges such as Binance, Bitbay, Bitmex etc. that can still be robbed and are unable to ensure the protection of users' data, will sooner or later become a thing of the past.

In their places New exchanges with non custodial technology will arrive and replace them. This is the natural order of things.

What’s your opinion guys? Feel free to discuss this topic
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Latest Bitcoin News / Take a look at this and stop fooling to FUD
« Last post by administrator on Today at 01:59:32 PM »
 Although am not a good chart reader, but always try to pick some curves around any chart to digest internally and manifest when am done. According to the chart below, from the first and second bitcoin halves, something is unique about this event; its always on a ride to ATH. A careful look at the third Bitcoin halve which is coming 11th May 2020, I begin to see reasons why I must not sell any sat in the name of survival, let me go hungry for the now

Does this mean we're going to hit something like $60,000? Or $280,000?; Hold on, I have to start accumulation theory in other to swim in the bubble days. If it takes me selling out my company assets to buy more Bitcoin I would do better than human will comprehend.
There's nothing good like grabbing free Internet money(Bitcoin).


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saw this on Medium, worth a read i guess:
https://medium.com/@mango88/how-the-coronavirus-is-affecting-chinas-crypto-industry-c6c22374c935?source=friends_link&sk=5f02b38195fa0472fd9073e2b6cf5ad4

TLDR ver: gov't's on lockdown, Bitmain can't sell shit, huobit is handing out masks to every employee.
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