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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.
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A subreddit dedicated to sites where one can obtain bitcoin via microtransactions.
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A local Bitcoin community pooled funds to put Bitcoin-centric ads in Hong Kong, urging citizens to “be their own bank.”

A local Bitcoin community pooled funds to put Bitcoin-centric ads in Hong Kong, urging citizens to “be their own bank.” submitted by hodl_ninja to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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What's the best crypto to include for tipping/donating to a website?

Asking for h0neybadgerrr who can't post topics yet but had an interesting point for discussion:
I added Bitcoin tipping/donation to my site (https://sourceful.co.uk/doc/278/software-wallets-feature-comparison). Pragmatically, what's the next best crypto to include (lowest fees/highest adoption)?
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Any plans of adding Bitcoin as a payment/donate option?

Any plans of adding Bitcoin as a payment/donate option? Thanks
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01-05 00:12 - 'Douche canoe supreme, Tai Lopez has another ad, Bitcoin this time. He's talking with "experts" so you can make a shitload of money lol' (imgur.com) by /u/dpistachio removed from /r/Bitcoin within 81-91min

Douche canoe supreme, Tai Lopez has another ad, Bitcoin this time. He's talking with "experts" so you can make a shitload of money lol
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"Help me get a Bitcoin Cash ad on the Istanbul Highway"

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I added Bitcoin tipping/donation to my site. Pragmatically, what's the next best crypto to include (lowest fees/highest adoption)

I'm working on a site which curates a list of the best public Google docs: https://sourceful.co.uk - this is a response to users creating public docs but no way to search this content which is often very good quality.
One of the features is that readers can tip the authors of the docs they like. The default was PayPal but the fees there are very high.
Yesterday I added Bitcoin support which currently has lower fees than PayPal.
However, I would like it to be possible to process micro donations (<$0.5). Any advice what the best crypto for that would be? Dodge? xDai? Not only low fees are important but also how many people are actually using it (an will be using it in the next 2-3 years) and are likely to donate.
To see how it works go to LINK and click "Tip"
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recently added bitcoin as a payment option to my shop via coinbase. is this what most people use?

Recently added bitcoin as an accepted form of payment on my bookshop via coinbase. The other options are gocoin and bitpay. Don't really want to have three different options as I'd rather manage a single login and not have to pay fees to transfer between various wallets. Would you say coinbase is the most widely used of the three?
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Fuzex, a global cryptocurrency payment card project, has just announced it’s adding bitcoin cash (BCH) to its card.

Fuzex, a global cryptocurrency payment card project, has just announced it’s adding bitcoin cash (BCH) to its card.
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Bitcoin Up – A binary options scam from YouTube ads

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The things going for Bitcoin are the toxic harassment tactics, ad hominem, online bullying and abuse, intimidation tactics, and dwindling network effects. I am not interested in such people and such toxic behaviors. Being in Bitcoin Cash, I advocate it with a clear conscience based on its merits.

"I rallied around BCH and then promptly got abused, treated to the Twitter mobs. That was a terrible period, actually. I didn't like it because, I mean, I've always been a champion of privatized currencies, whatever form they take. I don't even care what you call it. As long as it's out of the hands of government. So to be accused of, yet again, of being part of a pump & dump scheme, a scamster, of all these things, you know, I was subject to harassment, intimidation. It was horrible. And actually, at the time, people had warned me that if I showed any sympathy for the fork at all, that I would be subjected to this. But it was far worse than I really imagined. And nobody wants to live that way. It's disgusting. Now, as far as I know, these days — and maybe I'm not that active or maybe I've just blocked all the right people — but it doesn't seem like the abuse is continuing as much." — Jeffrey Tucker
Source: https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/is1130/it_seems_tim_draper_is_being_misled_about_bch_and/g54x63q/
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[ Bitcoin ] A local Bitcoin community pooled funds to put Bitcoin-centric ads in Hong Kong, urging citizens to “be their own bank.”

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This ad on NZH took me through to a hummus recipe which then redirected to a Bitcoin scam.

This ad on NZH took me through to a hummus recipe which then redirected to a Bitcoin scam. submitted by computer_d to newzealand [link] [comments]

Recent trip through Roppongi in Tokyo and a Bitcoin ad right on the crossing was nice to see

Recent trip through Roppongi in Tokyo and a Bitcoin ad right on the crossing was nice to see submitted by cookmanager to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Fake scam ad fakes google ad buttons to close ad and leads to a bitcoin phishing scam site which is designed to look like a reputable news site

Fake scam ad fakes google ad buttons to close ad and leads to a bitcoin phishing scam site which is designed to look like a reputable news site submitted by nicholasjosey to assholedesign [link] [comments]

Cant pay with card without fiat balance?

What i thought would be possible is adding bitcoin as a currency and then just paying with the card while bitwala than directly converts it?

But this seems not possible, i had two rejections...
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Help me place a Bitcoin Cash ad on the İstanbul highway

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Recent trip through Roppongi in Tokyo and a Bitcoin ad right on the crossing was nice to see (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Recent trip through Roppongi in Tokyo and a Bitcoin ad right on the crossing was nice to see (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Comparing Bitcoin to Investing Early in Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon

The CEO of Nasdaq-listed billion-dollar company Microstrategy has made a strong bull case for bitcoin. He says there is a $250 trillion ocean of assets looking for the ideal store a value right now and bitcoin is a better store of value than gold or tech stocks, so “a lot of that monetary energy is going to flow from the asset ocean into the crypto pond.”

Comparing Bitcoin to Investing Early in Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon

In a webcast with Hedgeye CEO Keith McCullough, aired last week, Microstrategy CEO Michael Saylor outlined a highly bullish case for bitcoin’s price. The Nasdaq-listed Microstrategy recently invested $425 million in bitcoin as its primary reserve asset.
Saylor began by explaining that he has always been a big tech investor. “The thing about technology is figuring out the thing that’s going to eat the world. If you’re right, own it, hold it, and wait,” he advised. The CEO gave the example of Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook, emphasizing repeatedly that it does not matter when you bought those tech stocks. “The truth of the matter is if you’d bought Google, Apple, Amazon, or Facebook at any point between 2010 and 2020 … I think it’s impossible to have lost money at any point for the decade … your investment mistake would be trying to time the market on those things.”
The Microstrategy CEO added: “Bitcoin is the first software network in the history of the world that can pull monetary energy, so these bitcoiners have figured out something that is really a thing of beauty and extraordinary value. They are pulling pure monetary energy on a network.” He elaborated:
"If I take $100 million and I put it into bitcoin, it could sit there for a decade like in a battery. It won’t bleed out. You’re not losing 2% to 4% a year and I can put it in the palm of my hand and I can move it around the planet for a few dollars in a few minutes and we have never in the history of the world figured that out."

Bitcoin Is Not So Volatile

One classic objection investors have to investing in bitcoin is its volatility. Speaking on the subject, Saylor said he has been looking at the volatility of different assets over the last three, four, and five months. He looked at 30-year Treasuries, 10-year Treasuries, the NASDAQ, the Russell 2000, gold, silver, Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google, and more. After comparing their volatility to bitcoin, Saylor concluded:
"My unscientific view is on every single day at least half of those assets are more volatile than bitcoin. And on a lot of volatile days, I’ve seen 80% to 90% of them be more volatile than bitcoin."
“So I think there’s a historic narrative/belief. People think they know this is volatile but in fact, it’s not looking that volatile to me over the past three months. I don’t think over the next decade it’s going to have the same characteristics of volatility that it had over the last decade,” Saylor said.
The Microstrategy CEO proceeded to discuss how investors are using Apple’s stock as their store of value. “People are literally using Apple’s stock as a store of value because it’s deflationary. Apple is buying it back and they think Apple is not going anywhere and they’re desperate to flee [from] currency.” However, he pointed out that “Apple is more volatile than bitcoin for the past three months.”

Bitcoin Is a Better Store of Value than Apple’s Stock or Gold

Besides Apple’s stock, gold is still investors’ favorite store of value. However, Saylor explained that neither are as good as bitcoin as a store of value.
“The truth is Apple’s stock is not scarce. The executive team can and will eventually print more and if that doesn’t dilute you then they’ve got regulatory risk, competitive risk, [and] execution risk — a lot of moving parts … that’s why they’re not good over the long term,” he detailed. As for gold, he said: “if you put $100 million into gold and the gold miners print 2% to 3% more a year, let’s say 2% more, well, over 100 years you lose 88% of your purchasing power.”
The CEO explained that these stores of value worked in the past because there was no alternative. However, things have changed. “In the year 2020, you have a choice, you have a digital gold,” he declared. “They cannot make any more. Bitcoin miners are the friends of bitcoin owners. They’re not the enemy of bitcoin owners.” He explained that to store $100 million for 100 years, you will lose 85% of it under the best case if you put it in gold. “Under the likely case, you lose it all because the bank will fail, the country will fail, [or] somebody will seize it,” he claimed.
Saylor presented bitcoin as the best solution: “The reason that the bitcoin maximalists … are passionate and religious about this is because for the first time in human history you can take all of your wealth and your life force. You can put it into an asset. You can keep the keys. You can take custody of your million dollars, your hundred thousand dollars. No government, no bank can take it away from you. There’s nobody to tell you you can’t own your life force, and if you have hopes and aspirations for your family, for your religion, for your life, then you have the power to achieve those hopes and aspirations without asking the permission of a bank or a government or politician.”
The Microstrategy CEO then spoke about the trillions of dollars currently in alternative assets that function as stores of value, including gold, technology stocks, and bonds. He proclaimed:
THERE’S A $250 TRILLION OCEAN OF ASSETS. THEY ARE LOOKING FOR THE IDEAL STORE OF VALUE RIGHT NOW.
Maintaining that bitcoin is a better store of value than other assets he previously described, he emphasized: “bitcoin is digital gold. It’s better gold than gold and it’s a better store of value than big tech.” He believes that as investors understand this, “a lot of that monetary energy is going to flow from the asset ocean into the crypto pond and everybody that makes the transition is going to benefit.”
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Bitcoin Futures?

When, if ever, will you be adding Bitcoin futures?
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