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Bitcoin - The Currency of the Internet
A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
New to Bitcoin? Confused? Need help? You've come to the right place.
Bitcoin is an internet based decentralised currency. Similarly to Bittorrent, but Bitcoin uses a public ledger called the blockchain to record who has sent and received money. It's very new, and for many very confusing. BitcoinHelp aims to rectify this. Whether it be explaining how it works, how to use it, how to buy Bitcoins, how to integrate Bitcoins into your business. Sharing your successes as well as failures in order to help others is also gladly received. Ask away!
Self Posting. The Rise And Rise Of Bitcoin ;) Many sites that use Bitcoin are in the world’s Top 100 Alexa list
Many sites that use Bitcoin are in the world’s Top 100 Alexa list (according to Alexa ranking):
1. Google, which actively tracks Bitcoin USD price at the top of the page when you search Bitcoin. 4. Yahoo, which tracks Bitcoin USD price in their Yahoo Finance section. 7. Wikipedia, which has accepted Bitcoin donations last summer. 19. eBay, which is using PayPal to test Bitcoin applications before they join in the future 32. Reddit is not only a merchant that accepts Bitcoin but has one of the most active Bitcoin forums online. 34. WordPress, which has been one of the longest merchant partners of Bitcoin since November of 2012. Plus, now they have many plug-ins to help member WordPress sites accept Bitcoin as well. 39. PayPal has recently accepted Bitcoin as we covered last fall. 48. Microsoft, the largest company ever to accept Bitcoin, was brought into the fold last month to close 2014. This makes seven of the top 50 websites worldwide as Bitcoin acceptors or partners in principle. (eBay is not counted among them.) 64. xHamster is the second largest porn website after XVideos based on online traffic volume, and has accepted Bitcoin since last summer. 76. ESPN integrates Bitcoin not through payments, but as a major sponsor with a three-year college football bowl endorsement deal. “Bitcoin Bowl” winning teams can accept their winning prize share in Bitcoins. 99. Wikia.com, which is a derivative of Wikipedia-Wikimedia, making the running total ten out of the Top 100 worldwide websites.
This does not include the fifteen Google non-English derivatives that also populate the Top 100 websites worldwide, which would make twenty-five active Bitcoin participants in the Top 100. In the United Sates alone, Bitcoin has working partnerships with five of the Top 20 websites (Google, Wikipedia, Reddit, ESPN, PayPal). Source: Internet! ;D To the moon!!! ┗(°0°)┛ ..○
I tried to find a way to buy bitcoin in Canada using a Visa/MC Gift card, apparently that is "impossible". So I'm willing to buy using e-transfer, but I'm afraid the sites I buy from can connect it to me. Is that so? And no I'm not buying anything illegal (see comment for details)...
Usually I use a gift card credit card for these things but it's more expensive....so I'm going to be completely honest with what I like to buy (you can laugh all you want). 1) First is Chaturbate Tokens. You get the most "bang for your buck" by using bitcoin and that's the first thing I want to buy. It's my vice, I know I'm a loser but whatever, I enjoy it. 2) Phone verification. Sometimes I will send someone $2.50 or something (either on reddit or elsewhere) on paypal to verify a phone number account for something like discord. I don't want my real number on discord or other services other than the big 5 (Google/Microsoft/eBay/Amazon/Facebook). I don't trust the "smaller" guys and a lot of these random services want phone numbers, so I use services on reddit to do that. So my questions are; 1) I can definitely not buy using a Visa or MC gift card, right? 2) Assuming I buy using e-transfer, what is the best site? And will they require government ID or can I just send from my real bank account? For #2, I don't really care about them knowing my name/address, but I don't want a random bitcoin site having government documents with them. If it was RBC or CIBC I wouldn't care, but these random exchanges I dont trust yet.
Bitcoin.com I love you, but..... your site isn't easy to navigate. I'm trying to find the tip cards wondering if I can use them as coupons that are verifiable so they can't be copied and used by multiple parties. I can't find it anywhere on the site!
I don't know if it would even be possible to use the tip cards this way. But my thought was to load them with a penny and then have them be used as a coupon by customers to get a certain percentage discount. This would make it so that the coupon wouldn't be copy-able and people would be introduced to BCH.
Strange .onion site, it’s a hell of a rabbit hole, and has several QR code’s linked to a bitcoin wallet with over 100 mil USD. Seems to be the main “code” they use on the website. Need help cracking this for possible cash prize? Also posted on r/codes so if you seein this again that’s why.
Thank you to whoever donated ~14 BTC to Bitcoin.org yesterday. We will use all of that money to continue to educate millions of people worldwide about Bitcoin. No other donation in this space will make as much of an impact as supporting the site that started it all.
(Alt acc) ‘Hacker’ emailed me saying they had videos of me watching porn, and would post them if I didn’t send them 500 usd in bitcoin. Kinda inexperienced with this sorta stuff, so could anyone tell me if this is legit? Don’t really use any dodgy sites for that sort of stuff if it matters. Ty.
03-28 18:54 - 'I saw a post that listed places to spend Crypto on things like food for delivery and what not, So I am just posting one that I use very often to get grub delivered or take out... Note, not ALL on site a...' (menufy.com) by /u/TheRealNotaredditor removed from /r/Bitcoin within 37-47min
A power plant in New York is reportedly mining roughly $50,000 in bitcoin each day. Its mining equipment utilizes a "behind-the meter" system, which means that power can be used on-site without passing through the meter.
Need Some Sites to buy bitcoin that uses skrill as a payment
im a college student so i have some money 20$ to be exact haha yeah its a leass haha so i want to spend on bitcoin instead of wasting on junk food so plz tell me some sites that i could buy bitcoin with using skrill theres a direct option in skrill too but fees is 1.5% so
07-17 02:38 - 'Don’t use PayPal. Hard to dispute and most sites that will take it will charge huge fees. / Try Cashapp if in the US / Also what wallet you using?' by /u/BeansDaddy2015 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 7-17min
We're getting to the point where a the cost of not having segwit is lower than the risk of doing a UASF
Yesterday we had fee estimation algorithms showing 430 sat/byte (!!!!) That's a huge price for block space. I remember being impressed when it got to 50 sat/b. This is something else entirely. And there's no sign of stopping, fee rates could easily reach 500 sat/b, then 1000 sat/b then 2000 sat/b and who knows where else. Bitcoin is a swiss bank account in your pocket, allowing you to store value away from the prying eyes and hands of any possible enemy. That is well worth paying for, so make no mistake that fee rates won't climb higher. You have to realize that businesses are hurt most by this. Because they receive many small coin payments and must create large-sized transaction to combine them all up into one large coin. These businesses are rapidly being presented with a choice, they can:
Go out of business
Enforce a user-activated-soft-fork for segwit block size increase
We can talk about the details: whether we want to UASF segwit or kill asicboost or both at the same time. Whether we want to do it by BIP148 or BIP149 or some other method. These can be figured out but by far the most important thing is agreeing to actually do it. UASF works when a large part of the economic majority says they will reject blocks that don't follow the rules they want. As long as enough of the economy agrees to do it together, and doesn't back down, the miners have to fall in line. We know that UASF worked on other altcoins. Litecoiners were ready to do a UASF and it resulted in them getting segwit. UASF also delivered the goods for Vertcoin Some of the businesses most affected by high fees have already nailed their colours to the mast of UASF. Bitrefill is a site that sells mobile phone credit for bitcoin worldwide, they claim to do 15000 transactions per months and they are willing, able and eager for UASF. Abra is a global money transfer site that uses bitcoin, and they too support UASF. BitKong is a bitcoin casino who supports UASF. Bitrated is a bitcoin consumer protection site that allows bitcoin commerce with escrow, and it fully supports UASF. My fellow bitcoiners, ask not what bitcoin can do for you, ask how many pro-UASF dank memes you can post every 24 hours. edit: yes the title is screwed up, should be "higher". got it wrong in my excitement and you know what i mean
Easiest to use/most intuitive bitcoin server? (Is there a Bitcoin 'debit card' of sorts that i can deposit cash to? For Eros/other site ads, domain, hotel booking/etc)
Okay this is probably a really dumb question to some of you/you've probably feel like you've answered it 15 million times, so I apologise. I've read a lot of posts here/on other places on Bitcoin stuff and services like Ethereum etc, and I'm still so confused. I guess I just am really confused by Bitcoin as a whole and how to use it? Which is the easiest servesite to use Bitcoin from? If I can avoid having to transfer it through two to three different payment apps or sites just to use my Bitcoin and really like to, is that possible or is it just a necessary evil to be really complicated? Dream life would be to sign up for a site which I could get a 'debit card' of sorts for my Bitcoin so that I could deposit my cash in it and use they to pay for my web stuff (Eros/other site ads, domain and hosting/etc) as well as things like hotels for incalls. To avoid getting my debit card shut down. Is that a thing? Is it possible for someone with really no technical sense that's shitty at all this to do this easily? Please help!
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