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NiceHash - buy & sell hashing power

NiceHash offers you to buy or sell hashing power directly, no contracts, no limitations, pay-as-you-go if you're a buyer and be-paid-as-you-go if you're a seller. Why bother renting rigs, when you can rent hashing power? NiceHash brings more to renters and rig owners. Visit https://www.nicehash.com today! Simply create order and you are already mining your favorite coin or point your rig to our stratum server and you are already earning bitcoins.
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Twitter hack: A scam warning greets visitors to the registered Bitcoin address domain - AZCoin News

Twitter hack: A scam warning greets visitors to the registered Bitcoin address domain - AZCoin News submitted by azcoinnews to azcoinnews [link] [comments]

Register and verify the email in the Airdrop. In the rewards create your profile Download your wallet and register your wallet address in your profile. And to participate in this launch https://rewards.bitcoin.black/affiliates/signup.php?a_aid=5f38974548228

Register and verify the email in the Airdrop. In the rewards create your profile Download your wallet and register your wallet address in your profile. And to participate in this launch https://rewards.bitcoin.black/affiliates/signup.php?a_aid=5f38974548228 submitted by MaximumWishbone1525 to u/MaximumWishbone1525 [link] [comments]

08-11 06:34 - 'Not really, bitcoin is an open ledger. Nothing stopping the government from passing a law which states you must disclose your public address AND if you start to receive transactions from another address which isn’t registered t...' by /u/KrisBkh removed from /r/Bitcoin within 32-42min

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Not really, bitcoin is an open ledger. Nothing stopping the government from passing a law which states you must disclose your public address AND if you start to receive transactions from another address which isn’t registered then you’ll be contacted about it......
If you want to be truly “off the grid” then use a truly private crypto like Monero
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Someone registered the domain for that Bitcoin address from the big Twitter hack

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Market Consolidation Driven By Bitcoin Whales May Cause Additional Turbulence

Market Consolidation Driven By Bitcoin Whales May Cause Additional Turbulence

The Percentage Of Bitcoin, Controlled By Crypto Whales Increased In 2019, Raising Chances Of Price Fluctuations
Crypto research company Coin Metrics noted that Bitcoin holders with over 1,000 BTC are consolidating the total market supply of coins. The research data shows 42,1 percent of all Bitcoin is in the hands of the so-called crypto whales, raising a flag of concern among small retail Bitcoin holders. In 2017, crypto whales controlled 37,9 percent of the total amount of circulating BTC coins. That’s a four percent increase, despite the massive sale by the whales in the bearish 2018.
Another key metric, according to crypto research company Flipside Crypto, is how much of the registered Bitcoin addresses are actively trading. It turns out just 3,5% of all BTC addresses are active, meaning that whales could provoke price swings.
“Such a situation implies few crypto whales could push the price down when selling, making the whole market swing down.”, John Griffin, professor at the University of Texas, stated.
Flipside Crypto also published their research on the top 1,000 Bitcoin addresses. Data shows a slight increase in the amount of BTC contained in these wallets. However, more than 27 million crypto wallets contain ten or less BTC, most of them – abandoned or forgotten.
Investor Aaron Brown noticed that despite the vast gap between the top Bitcoin holders and the “average Joe” in Bitcoin, addresses ranked from 10,000 to 100,000 are most likely to be in possession of individuals and companies that are not in the “Bitcoin-frenzy” and would easily part themselves with their Bitcoin belongings.
“Despite the crypto boom, such wallets, which are only 15% of the total amount of wallet addresses, would most probably sell their Bitcoin and search for other technologies. They are not emotionally attached to Bitcoin”, Brown added. The volatility issues are what keeps Bitcoin from mass adoption, according to the specialist.
The Bitcoin market may be speculative, but the world’s top cryptocurrency doubled from the lows of the bearish winter of 2018. Looking at price swings, however, Bitcoin suffered a 74% loss in value in 2018 but made a 1,400% bullish run at the end of 2017.
While the crypto market shows signs of maturing and stability, crypto experts are certain volatility would continue to put pressure on Bitcoin. Eric Stone, Flipside’s Head of Data Science, said that despite the calm situation nowadays, few enormous wallets could cause severe turbulence in the crypto sector.
Exchanges are mostly unregulated and lack auditing. If some of the crypto whales decide to manipulate the market, there is nothing to stop him”, Stone added.
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In terms of my setup, I plan to use the Bitcoin Cash Register app and link it to my Trezor wallet address. Does this setup make sense? Any advice from merchants who have also added crypto to their payment methods appreciated.

In terms of my setup, I plan to use the Bitcoin Cash Register app and link it to my Trezor wallet address. Does this setup make sense? Any advice from merchants who have also added crypto to their payment methods appreciated.
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The solution to bitcoin's reversability is to build a centralized second layer on top of it through companies. The company moves bitcoins on paper immediately, but waits to move the actual coins (enabling reversability) a variable period of time, dependant on the individual.

That was entirely too much NO-Explode.
Like a cryotological Skittles rainbow, I can literally taste the numbers. Fun fact, 5 is fruit punch favored and 2 is fucking banana.
Fuck you banana.
Anyway, this is the inevitable solution to reversing bitcoins. Just thought I'd stop by to tell you the future.
In the future there are registered and unregistered bitcoin addresses. Every user with a registered bitcoin address also has a credit trustworthiness assigned, and registered bitcoin addresses legally agree to only send coins to other legally registered addresses.
Once money goes from 'dark' addresses to registered ones, it is now under a whole host of other protections and regulations but this can be a good thing. Basically it's the difference between having gold coins buried in your back yard and stored in a vault somewhere.
And of course there will be multiple types of registered addresses, with the strongest having Fort Knox type protection and the coins rarely if ever moved. Basically, money will move around based off the promise of security of those coins.
Also, can we name it Fort Pegasus? Thanks.
Welcome to your space Olympics.... The year is twenty thirty two...
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Thoughts on centralisation

There are two types of centralisation : centralisation of mining and centralisation of the code people use to interact with the Bitcoin blockchain. Let us call the latter code centralisation or code control (as in code controlled by the state)
Both are important, but the later is more : If one party controls mining, all it can do is censor transactions, no more, no less. If one party controls the code, it can do whatever it wants.
However, achieving code control is hard because people can in principle run whatever code they like on their computer. There are dangers though. In an imaginary world where most people would use web third parties like coinbase or circle to handle their bitcoins, the state could force them to implement changes to the protocol that are not compatible with the current protocol (hard fork). What would happen then is that there would be a fork : Average joe would continue to use circle or whatever and hardcore libertarian bitcoiner would switch to bitcoin core run on his computer. There would now be two versions of bitcoin, two currencies : let us call them bitcoin state and bitcoin original . They would be independently priced. Most likely both would experience a significant price crash, the more strong the state is, the more bitcoin original price would crash compared to bitcoin state. This scenario appears unlikely currently, but it must remain in our mind.
The other danger is mining control. Luckily we do not (yet) live in a world where there is only one sovereign world government (see new world order) because if it was so, bitcoin would already be dead (I believe). It would be a trivial matter for the United States Government (USG) to force all mining operations to acquire a “mining licence” and have them comply with whatever censoring policy USG decides. For example USG could require that only registered bitcoin addresses are processed, and registering a bitcoin address would require you to give you ID. So every legitimate bitcoin address would be bound to a person and only legitimate addresses would be processed by the miners. Fortunately, we live in a multipolar world. Roughly speaking, if China and Russia did not have nukes and an army to defend their sovereignty, Bitcoin would be in very bad shape. But in the current situation, it would make no sense for USG to do this, because mining could still continue normally in countries that it does not control.
So in a sense, Bitcoin resilience depends on political decentralisation.
Thanks for reading and comments are welcome.
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Different approach to regulating crypto: Governments may require each citizen/business to register an official wallet address.

So instead of regulating at the exchange level, governments might regulate at the individual address level. For example, if anyone is caught advertising or soliciting money from others to be paid to a non-registered bitcoin address, the offending party will incur some kind of penalty.
With all businesses having an official address, governments will be able to easily track income and customer information.
In this environment, as a business owner, you will never know if a potential customer is an undercover cop trying to get you to give them an unregistered address and then seize all your assets. So you can kiss all your privacy goodbye.
If you are caught sending bitcoin from an unregistered address, you will also face penalties.
If you receive bitcoin from an unregistered address (e.g. an international business transaction with a Chinese customer or a remittance from a family member), you'd need to declare it or have it seized. Most major governments may also implement this registry and share information with each other.
Regulating at the address-level would make any sort of coin-mixing services ineffective. As soon as you receive or send coins to a mixer's address (which would be illegal and non-registerable), your coins could be seized.
I'm just trying to think of a worst-case scenario. How could bitcoin users circumvent this?
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[TASK] Buy a Sim Card from H20 Wireless and use my address while ordering. I dont have a US registered credit card so i can not purchase it online. 10$ Paypal, Bitcoin

I will go on vacation to the us in about 2 weeks. I will need a sim card but i am unable to purchase it online. My plan is to mail it to my host before i arrive so everything is ready to activate once im there.
https://www.h2owirelessnow.com/mainControl.php?page=planMonth
Your task would be to order it on their website and i will provide you with the address.
The sim cards a free and there is only a shipping fee of 5$.
I will give you 15$ via Paypal. 10$ for you
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Bitcoin Address Register

How about a 'Bitcoin Address Register', a platform where users can verify a charity or business bitcoin address. Like Google for bitcoin addresses.
I am willing to fund this with BCH.
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New Registered Airdrop: Bitcoin RM (BCRM) submit a signed message from address with balance on Aug. 20th, 2018 to get coins. Currently open for deposit and trading on 2 exchanges.

https://forkdrop.io/bitcoin-rm
https://www.bitcoinrm.org/

claim instructions: https://claims.bitcoinrm.org/
the first block on August 20th was 537569 (edit: snapshot block is 537746)
Claiming must be done before December 31st, 2018, otherwise the project keeps the coins.
They also say it is closed to USA Citizens/Residents, but I am not sure how they will enforce that.
(edit: didn't mention that the airdrop ratio is 1:1)

Open for deposit and trade at these two exchanges:
https://latinex.la/market/BTC-BCRM
https://www.altilly.com/market/BCRM_BTC

Not a lot of buyers or trades on the books right now.
No KYC required at either, but Altilly asks for your real name when registering.

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Free Bitcoin Cash App | The best way to claim your free Bitcoin Cash (BCH). Every Tuesday they pay out all accounts that had a registered BCH wallet address and at least 10,000 satoshi on Monday.

Free Bitcoin Cash App | The best way to claim your free Bitcoin Cash (BCH). Every Tuesday they pay out all accounts that had a registered BCH wallet address and at least 10,000 satoshi on Monday. submitted by BitcoinGlobeVip to u/BitcoinGlobeVip [link] [comments]

bitvestor.us not paying out what is due

Hello, I decided to try out bitvestor.us knowing very well that it was a pure pyramid thing, I did receive a first payout on level 7, but my level 8 payout never came (even thought the log sais it did), email to support never answered, this is another example of things that hurt bitcoin, my fault because I participated in it? No, many new comers "try" these things "just to see", like I did and conclude that bitcoin is scam. Any way to prevent this? Not sure, but what about "official goverment registered bitcoin addresses" that would be a public bitcoin address that would be tied to your passport and full identity and registered with the goverment, this way user could see who is behind such setups, and mostly conclude that they have the capital to support the venture. Not perfect, but could be a start
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Bitcoin Falls Below $7000! Facebook Registers "Libra" Firm In Switzerland! BTC Addresses Rise!

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Bitcoin Falls Below $7000! Facebook Registers "Libra" Firm In Switzerland! BTC Addresses Rise!

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Regulators want to have registered all Bitcoin addresses with authorities

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Two-step authentication registration information Your entered username (MTGOX username), e-mail address or password registered for the MTGOX Bitcoin exchange is incorrect.

hi.

i never filed a claim. i got the email from mt.gox i want to file my claim. i log in at https://www.mtgox.com/balance/index.php and i can see my balance.
i go to https://claims.mtgox.com/assets/index.html#/mfasignup but when i enter my valid username and password that just worked on the link above i get the error message.
I just got emails saying: It has come to our attention that, at 13:49:57 GMT on October 16, 2018, you logged in to the online system for filing a proof of rehabilitation claim with respect to the civil rehabilitation proceedings of MtGox Co., Ltd. (Tokyo District Court; 2017 (sai) Case No.35) (the “System”).
however I have yet to be able to login or use the 2 step authentication or file a claim.

HOW DO I FILE A CLAIM? WHY IS THEIR ONLINE SITE SO BROKEN?
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01-23 14:43 - 'I found a site that gives a bonus 0.2BTC and 1ETH instantly to your balance. / \-Complete the registration first. / \-You do not need to confirm the email address when registering. / [[link]] / Promocode: EntryBonus' by /u/StrangeSherbert removed from /r/Bitcoin within 61-71min

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