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Investors including me have been sinking money into it for years, but I've never seen anyone plunking the rare metal down when they buy daily utilities. Do you guys actually use your precious BTC? EDIT: What platforms do you use to make your purchases?
[ CryptoCurrency ] I sold all my Bitcoins to buy my dreamcar today.
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This question is being posted here a lot recently so, we thought to make a post on it. You can do this exchange right in Cake Wallet using the built in exchanges (Morphtoken and Changenow). Here is a video on how to do it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WyMfbCyUgm4 Going the other way, XMR to BTC, we use xmr.to
Please Do Not Radically Change Bitcoin to Target 11 Minute Blocks
Most users will benefit from a simple reduction in block time variance. Most users will NOT benefit if the block interval target is increased to 11+ minutes. Please do not radically change Bitcoin to target a longer 11+ minute block interval.
Exchange rate from Argentine peso to bitcoin, and then bitcoin to US dollar. Is it worth it?
Hi I'm a English teacher from the US living in Argentina. I don't have a local ID yet, so I can't sign up for a bank account or use the paypal equivalent here called Mercado Pago (Paypal only works in argentina for international transfers, not within the country like in the US). I only do online classes and some students are outside of my city. My question is: if working as a tutor here, is it worth to have my students pay me in bitcoin (which I'm assuming they would have to buy if they don't have already), and then use that to transfer to dollars in my US bank account. Is this worth it or am I losing value in the process? Edit: Transferwise doesn't work sending money between people in Argentina I can send money from a US bank account to someone in Argentina, but not the other way around. If you don't know the answer to the question I'm asking, please don't respond.
Because the recent influx of scammers lately I want to do something nice for everybody. $50 of Bitcoin to the first 10 people to post their wallet address.
Because I've been seen a lot of post lately about people getting scammed with these free Bitcoin giveaways and how you have to send the money to receive money I'm going to send $50 a Bitcoin to the next 10 people to post there wallet addresses. There's nothing else to it. edit:.OKAY NO MORE ADDRESSES. As for the paranoid dude with top comment... Do you even understand how Bitcoin and Bitcoin wallets work? You're loss. Everyone else, thanks for letting me farm your data. Suckers.... Jk. Edit 2: Okay, I lied. I sent 12 of you $50 in bitcoin BUT, the fee came out of your $50 so you're receiving $49.00 instead. Edit 3:Proof Edit 4: I was going to do another giveaway of $100 to 10 random redditors but now I'm regretting even doing the first giveaway. There's so many paranoid fucks that need to go outside and stop being cynical. No one on reddit is a unique snowflake, nor do any of you matter to the point that someone would give away $1000 dollars in Bitcoin just to find out who you are. Get the fuck over yourself naysayers. The reason I did this was because I made a post on Facebook to give $100 in Bitcoin to 10 random people that wanted to get started with Bitcoin. Only 1 person responded so I came here to make some people happy. My life is shit and the only way I can make myself happy is to make others happy. So thank you to the people that decided to shit in my Cheerios. My time on this earth is limited and I can't take my money to hell with me. Edit 5: I didn't realize how much this blew up. In 8 days I will be doing another giveaway of $100 worth of Bitcoin to the first 10 people to reply to the post (when it goes up in 8 days).
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