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Latest Bitcoin News / {For Fun} Bitcointalk Crossword Puzzle
« Last post by administrator on September 14, 2019, 05:03:51 AM »
Enjoy!



Future Plans:
I will try to add a lightning network to make payments to the winner.

Donations:
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Latest Bitcoin News / Indian Bet365 Account Sell
« Last post by administrator on September 14, 2019, 03:11:12 AM »
Hello, Everyone. Have a nice day to you.
I am a seller of Indian,Uk,any other Country’s
Bet365 Account. There I give good service to all of my clients. This prize of the account is good for client. If any one need Bet365 Account Contact with me on via What's App/ Telegram/ Skype Any other Site you recommend.
Thanks
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Latest Bitcoin News / Who is this early joiners? (In Bitcointalk)
« Last post by administrator on September 13, 2019, 11:47:34 PM »
As you all know, Satoshi is one of the important people for this forum. Not only did he find Bitcoin, we owe Satoshi as the founder of this forum.

I don't know everyone has already knew about Satoshi. Most of the first correspondence on this forum was satoshi himself.
If there is anyone who don't know about satoshi's profile, they can look here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3
It is the profile of Satoshi.

I wonder who is the first joiner in this forum.

I looked it all.

1) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=1 - I think it is just founder account. This account may belong to satoshi.
2) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2 (there is no account)
3) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=3 (Satoshi's himself) He disappear in 2010. 
4) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=4 ( Sirius: he said in his profile that he is not admin. He has not logged in to the forum since January 2018
5) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=5 (there is no account)
6) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=6 (it is just a newbie. - Interesting.)
7) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=7 (there is no account)
 ... It is going like that...
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Hi everyone,

"Ballet Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet, Exclusive access to the revolutionary Ballet cryptocurrency hardware wallet,
designed for everyone, of any age and background."

I was pretty excited this afternoon when I have pre-ordered some wallets from Ballet shop balletcrypto.com and contributed to the project as a"Lucky Bird - Ballet REAL Wallet" via kickstarter.com/projects/balletcrypto/ballet-cryptocurrency-hardware-wallet

There are 2 pretty neat collector edition wallet cards which will be sent in October, "24K Gold-plated Edition - First Day of Issue" (Limited to 1,200) and "Collector Edition - First Day of Issue" (Limited to 3,000).




Source: balletcrypto.com/en-US



Source: store.balletcrypto.com/



Source: store.balletcrypto.com/collections/pre-order/products/gold-plated-edition-first-day-of-issue



Source: www.balletcrypto.com/en-US



Source: www.balletcrypto.com/en-US



There are some pretty neat "EarlyBird" specials.


Source: kickstarter.com/projects/balletcrypto/ballet-cryptocurrency-hardware-wallet




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Latest Bitcoin News / How using Tor Browser increases bitcoin theft?
« Last post by administrator on September 13, 2019, 11:47:29 PM »
Any idea?



On Tuesday the Localbitcoins published a warning on its website. The notice dedicated to Tor users stated that the use of a Tor Browser exposed them to risks of Bitcoin theft. It is unknown whether the message was visible to only Tor users or others as well. The executives have not made any statements regarding the matter, and the reason behind it remains unknown.

READ MORE: https://www.cryptopolitan.com/tor-browser-increases-bitcoin-theft/
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Latest Bitcoin News / [ANN] [BAB] Basecoin
« Last post by administrator on September 13, 2019, 11:47:26 PM »
                                                   Basecoin


                                          Basecoin Oficial Website[/size
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Latest Bitcoin News / del
« Last post by administrator on September 13, 2019, 05:39:35 PM »
del
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Latest Bitcoin News / Bittrex Help
« Last post by administrator on September 13, 2019, 05:39:33 PM »
I need help from some experts please. I have 3 coins in Bittrex that have been delisted. I'm trying to transfer them to another wallet or to BTC and when I enter the deposit address, the value shows 0 BTC. How can I get these 3 coins out without losing the value /money?

Thanks - Terrie
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Latest Bitcoin News / 90% Discount On Buying Bitcoin On KuCoin Exchange
« Last post by administrator on September 13, 2019, 04:06:20 PM »
The KuCoin2ndAnniversary just proved that there's no regret on choosing kucoin as a crypto exchange. The team have done their job well by launching innovative platforms for traders. Now the giveaways and discount on buying btc with a huge discount simply proves how big the community grow, Congratulations kucoin and happy anniversary


More details: https://www.kucoin.com/activity/86
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Latest Bitcoin News / Bitcoin Sold For $1 in August 2019
« Last post by administrator on September 13, 2019, 02:59:45 PM »
In a piece of reality that looks like a huge joke, it is on record that Bitcoin sold for $1 in August 2019 on certain exchanges in the Asian region. The news of this development broke on 23 August 2019 when some of the major exchanges within the region reported a malfunction within their systems.

Apparently, the Amazon Web Services (AWS) network experienced an outage which affected those platforms that were connected to it. Some of the exchanges that were affected include Binance, KuCoin and BitMax.

On the said day, the CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao (CZ) announced through Twitter that his exchange was experiencing some difficulties.

CZ tweeted:
“AWS is having an issue, mostly with caching services, affecting some users globally. We are working with them and monitoring the situation closely.”

During the malfunction, deposits and withdrawals were disabled on the Binanceplatform. Many replies followed the tweet from CZ with some of them expressing panic. He however continued to reassure his followers until the issue was eventually resolved. From his responses, it was clearly an issue with Amazon’s AWS, which he remained in contact with until it was resolved.

Some traders who played what looked like a wild card took advantage of the situation to buy Bitcoin for less than $1 during the outage. This was reported to have happened on BitMax exchange. Reports claim that these traders had set limit orders at extremely low prices. The hope of these traders was on some off-chance event like what just happened.

According to information that spread on social media, as much as 45 Bitcoins were purchased at sub $1levels during this period on BitMax. The exchange announced immediate freezing of deposits and withdrawals shortly afterwards. Although it did not confirm that the said transactions had occurred. It’s safe to say that

BitMax will never forget the day that Bitcoin sold for $1 in August 2019.

Another exchange that wasn’t spared during this outage is KuCoin. The exchange also disabled part of its services and posted a notice on its website, which read:

“Due to the overheating of part of our chassis in the machine room we deployed in AWS, Tokyo, part of our services might become unavailable. The engineering operation team is currently deploying relevant resources of high availability across regions to deal with any possible emergencies that might happen. Some services might be affected during the deployment.”

The purchase of cheap Bitcoins was confirmed by the founding partner at crypto asset fund Primitive

Ventures, operators of KuCoin, Dovey Wan who tweeted:

“Many Asian exchanges see price instability (and trades were able to execute, yes you can buy extremely cheap Bitcoin if you had limit orders there).”

Beyond the three exchanges mentioned so far, several other exchanges within the same region seemed to have encountered the same problem.

The Bitcoin price, which appeared to be finding stability above the $10,000 region seems to have struggled a bit since this development. Although Amazon has resolved the issue and the exchanges have returned to normal services, the Bitcoin price is still struggling below $10,000 (at the time of writing).

Issues like this are some of the limitations that confront centralized exchanges as we have them today. This is where peer-to-peer platforms like Vertex.Markethave the upper hand. Risks such as the AWS issue are completely eliminated because trading is not based on an order book that is hosted on a third party platform.

Although all of us will remember the day that Bitcoin sold for $1 in August 2019, not everyone will remember it with regrets.
https://medium.com/@official_83664/bitcoin-sold-for-1-in-august-2019-dda66ba532
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