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Latest Bitcoin News / Bitcoin Fees Can Be Cheaper Depending on the Timezone
« Last post by administrator on February 16, 2019, 08:10:25 AM »
In this new study by Diar, a company based on the analysis of digital currency data[1], stated in its February 13, 2019 edition, that Bitcoin transactions fees charges vary according to the regions in which users live and timezones.

According to the study[2], found that the fees for sending 1 BTC vary considerably during the day, as spending money during the day "UTC" costs far more than spending overnight.
This is different for those living in Australia and Japan.

The graph shows more:
[Fees per Kb More Than Double-Up From 12AM vs 1PM UTC (Sats)]

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I am just curious to know if you can buy lottery tickets for your own national lottery in your country. I am not referring to all these scam gambling sites with supposed "Provably Fair" lottery systems.

I bought some lottery tickets online and I was only presented with the old traditional payment options and I figured it is time for us to approach these Lottery operators, to ask for a Bitcoin payment option.  

If enough people ask for this, they just might consider giving us that option to pay with bitcoins.    What payment options do you have for online lottery in your country?

I just won $20 at!

My user id is 69591.

My winning seeds:
Latest Bitcoin News / DUMP CENTRALISED CRYPTO !!
« Last post by administrator on February 16, 2019, 06:16:44 AM »
its like having you guys as traitors in decentralized revolution !!

Just saying, i explained one of my friend the concept of RIPPLE is thought it was the same as BITCOIN, he thanks me for taking my time to put some light on crypto concepts.

Can you please tell me why you support centralized coins ? you love government busting your ass ?
Chainalysis Secures $30M: Despite Bitcoin Crash, Crypto Venture Money Still Flowing

But interestingly, it seems that the crash in the Bitcoin price hasn’t deterred opportunities. Even in trying times, money from ambitious venture capitalists and visionaries alike have continued to rush into this space, no holds barred.

In fact, in a press release issued Tuesday, Chainalysis divulged that it had scored over $30 million in funding for its Series B round, led by Accel, a Palo Alto-based venture group that also has investments in Circle.

With this influx of funding, the analytics unit has decided to bolster its team. The company currently has 30 open roles, including stints ranging from the vice president of finance to the team lead for cybercrimes. Although the company has its primary offices in New York, many of the new positions are located in London and Copenhagen, the former of which is where Chainalysis is looking to double its headcount.

So it looks like another round of funds made it to Chainalysis. I'm sure that there's no effect in the price, but the impact will be huge behind the scene when exchanges or even private individual can use their services to help find and curb crypto related crimes.

Any thoughts about other net positive effects of Chainalysis having deep pockets now?

Latest Bitcoin News / How to make Bitcoin more approachable to common users
« Last post by administrator on February 16, 2019, 06:16:39 AM »
Even after Ten years still Bitcoin is used by Geeks and majority of common citizens doesn't seems to use Bitcoin as a currency or even for trading purposes and I think this situation has occurred because still it is not approachable and that is because even it has all the features for a proper usability majority of people doesn't see Bitcoin as an usable currency for anyone who has basic technical knowledge which is not true but in order to change this situation and make Bitcoin more approachable to common people how its path should change in the future both technically and socially to convince it is a currency for everyone   
"Why do people use Bitcoin?"


Visa, Mastercard mull increasing fees for processing transactions: WSJ

Visa Inc and Mastercard Inc, the two biggest U.S. card networks, are preparing to raise certain fees levied on U.S. merchants for processing transactions

They operate as a global duopoly. They account for much of global trade. And they decide, without consulting anyone or without any justification, to increase their fee.

This is what will always make centralized organizations that have this power. We need alternative means of payment to reduce that power and Bitcoin has to show itself as an alternative.
Latest Bitcoin News / J.P. Morgan 2017 - 2019
« Last post by administrator on February 16, 2019, 02:53:48 AM »
Look at this picture ! 

What do you think about this picture ?

What is the reason for J.P. Morgan changed his mind ?

Latest Bitcoin News / How to get wallet in mac osx?
« Last post by administrator on February 15, 2019, 11:57:59 PM »
I have mac and want wallet??
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