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/btc was created to foster and support free and open Bitcoin discussion, Bitcoin news, and exclusive AMA (Ask Me Anything) interviews from top Bitcoin industry leaders! Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet. A distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without the need for any central authority whatsoever.
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Hands Free Bitcoin Bit Kit - Plug and Play Bitcoin Miner - ASIC Miner - All in One, Easy Bitcoin Mining Kit (14 TH/s)

Hands Free Bitcoin Bit Kit - Plug and Play Bitcoin Miner - ASIC Miner - All in One, Easy Bitcoin Mining Kit (14 TH/s) submitted by uixnetwork to u/uixnetwork [link] [comments]

Hands Free Bitcoin Bit Kit - Plug and Play Bitcoin Miner - 14 TH/s ASIC Miner - All in One, Easy Bitcoin Mining Kit

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Hands Free Bitcoin Bit Kit - Plug and Play Bitcoin Miner - 14 TH/s ASIC Miner - All in One, Easy Bitcoin Mining Kit submitted by uixnetwork to u/uixnetwork [link] [comments]

Monetizing content on Bitcoin (Bit.sv)

Monetizing content on Bitcoin (Bit.sv) submitted by thacypha to bitcoincashSV [link] [comments]

Hands Free Bitcoin Bit Kit - Plug and Play Bitcoin Miner - 14 TH/s ASIC Miner - All in One, Easy Bitcoin Mining Kit

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I'm a permabull: more Bitcoin/bits/satoshis is better. So price down is always buying time in my book. I think the fundamental value is both: internet native, censorship resistant bearer money and digital gold. Much more adoption and usage potential ahead. Hodling for long-term.

I'm a permabull: more Bitcoin/bits/satoshis is better. So price down is always buying time in my book. I think the fundamental value is both: internet native, censorship resistant bearer money and digital gold. Much more adoption and usage potential ahead. Hodling for long-term. submitted by Bitcoin_21 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Hands Free Bitcoin Bit Kit - Plug and Play Bitcoin Miner - 14 TH/s ASIC Miner - All in One, Easy Bitcoin Mining Kit

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Hands Free Bitcoin Bit Kit - Plug and Play Bitcoin Miner - 14 TH/s ASIC Miner - All in One, Easy Bitcoin Mining Kit

Hands Free Bitcoin Bit Kit - Plug and Play Bitcoin Miner - 14 TH/s ASIC Miner - All in One, Easy Bitcoin Mining Kit submitted by uixnetwork to u/uixnetwork [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Bits: Is this the calm before the storm? Are the bulls ready to run?

Bitcoin Bits: Is this the calm before the storm? Are the bulls ready to run? submitted by joehatch to asktraders [link] [comments]

I'm a permabull: more Bitcoin/bits/satoshis is better. So price down is always buying time in my book. I think the fundamental value is both: internet native, censorship resistant bearer money and digital gold. Much more adoption and usage potential ahead. Hodling for long-term.

I'm a permabull: more Bitcoin/bits/satoshis is better. So price down is always buying time in my book. I think the fundamental value is both: internet native, censorship resistant bearer money and digital gold. Much more adoption and usage potential ahead. Hodling for long-term. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Trying to get into Bitcoin, bit overwhelmed by all the options.

I'm trying to get into Bitcoin.
I've made an account over at Bitpanda.com, their prices seem reasonable. Buying Bitcoins there seems simple enough, but do they always get deposited in the wallet on their site first? Are there BTC sellers that deposit directly into your own wallet?
I've also setup an Electrum wallet. I found it on a bitcoin.org and they made it seem like my best option, though apparently the two-factor authentication requires a fee for every transaction which I don't like. What wallet would you suggest and how do I maximize security? Can I use a phone for two factor authentication without having to pay additional fees? If I want to get some BTC to actually use and some BTC to hold, do I store them on separate wallets? Would it be safest to hold them on a paper wallet or USB stick?
Thanks in advance!
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So it turns out I mined come bitcoin bits in 2013. I'm so confused.

Every time Bitcoin has been mentioned recently (not much, really, right?) I've wondered if I still had anything from when a friend helped me do a little mining in 2013. Finally got around to checking and after some digging I found c.0.2 BTC.
How on Earth do I turn that into GBP?
I've just spent a couple hours reading about wallets, looking at bitcoin.org -> GreenAddress -> Coinfloor -> Bitstamp -> Revolut -> Coinbase... I'm so confused about the whole thing. Starting to get paranoid that I'm about to give personal details to untrustworthy websites. Generally becoming demoralised about ever getting hold of what for me looks like a significant windfall.
The BTC is is on Slushpool. So I'm turning to the collective wisdom of Reddit to un-confuse me. Any advice for a lucky newb?
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Coindesk article from 2014 breaks down why "bits" should be the unit for Bitcoin. "Bits" only really works for Bitcoin Cash, because fees make it an unfeasible unit on Segwitcoin.

Coindesk article from 2014 breaks down why submitted by cryptorebel to btc [link] [comments]

Just thought to share my great Christmas gift idea: Bitcoin(bits) to the families&friends.

Planning to give bits out as Xmas gifts and spread the joys with the family. :)
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Why we should talk about and start changing the unit names of Bitcoin. Satoshis, bitcoins, bits, uBTC, mBTC (milli-bits?), etc. people would rather buy 10,000.00 something than 0.001 thing

People have tendencies, is one of them that they like big numbers over small ones?
It might be more rewarding to see large numbers and comma help with errors.
Plus who wants to recieve 0.00928 btc when they would be getting 9.28 millibits
so let's discuss the names of bitcoin unit demonimations (does a satoshi have a symbol? I like this one at the endthat looks like a chain )!
There is a great post in another reddit on this subject but I dare not link t it.
What if we do all the SI term but give them other names?
1.0 btc = bitcoin 0.1 decabtc = ? 0.01 centabtc = credit 0.001 millibtc = ? (millibit?)
What else?
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Add to your calendar First Bitcoin (BIT) event: Marketplace Release - August 30, 2018

Add to your calendar First Bitcoin (BIT) event: Marketplace Release - August 30, 2018 submitted by cryptocalbot to kryptocal [link] [comments]

Add to your calendar First Bitcoin (BIT) event: WordPress Plugin - September 13, 2018

Add to your calendar First Bitcoin (BIT) event: WordPress Plugin - September 13, 2018 submitted by cryptocalbot to kryptocal [link] [comments]

Add to your calendar First Bitcoin (BIT) event: Notification Tool - August 21, 2018 12:00 AM - August 24, 2018 11:59 PM

Add to your calendar First Bitcoin (BIT) event: Notification Tool - August 21, 2018 12:00 AM - August 24, 2018 11:59 PM submitted by cryptocalbot to kryptocal [link] [comments]

[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] "bits", rather than "BTC", should be enforced as the new unit standard everywhere

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Add to your calendar First Bitcoin (BIT) event: Amazon Offers - September 18, 2018

Add to your calendar First Bitcoin (BIT) event: Amazon Offers - September 18, 2018 submitted by cryptocalbot to kryptocal [link] [comments]

Add to your calendar First Bitcoin (BIT) event: BitRewards Marketplace - August 24, 2018

Add to your calendar First Bitcoin (BIT) event: BitRewards Marketplace - August 24, 2018 submitted by cryptocalbot to kryptocal [link] [comments]

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