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THE BITCOIN IS STRONG

 
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So then it's better to have tradable commodities like bullets, medicines and food. Not something you cant see.
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Not better today. There is no EMP today. Tomorrow, who knows. I say best is having supplies for both rainy and sunny days.
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Good luck on your quest for me it's a no goer.
I think it's doomed to failure.
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Fair enough, no skin off my back good sir. It is going to replace all forms of monetary exchange... better to be in early than not. People are afraid of the possibility of the mark of the beast coming out of cryptocurrencies. I assure you, it will, but it will be a fork off of what bitcoin (or ethereum, or some other) currently is. You do not support the beast by putting $ into btc, right now you fight it. Stay true, and there is no reason to fear you'll wind up chipped.
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Haha nothing to do with the beast or chipping, I just think it's doomed to fail.
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EMP attack and then what
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Bitcoin is a scam.
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Where is best place to learn about & get started with Bitcoin? No joke. I'm being cereal....

hf
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You would be wise to steer clear of this scam.

Buy tangible assets, not make believe fiat cryptocrap.
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If you wanted a one world government, you would need a common currency. What would you do?
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Well I'd use a cryptocurrency, just bc they're so easy.

But I'm not trying to create a one-world government, I'm fighting one, so I need a cryptocurrency to be able to fight an eventual cryptocurrency that rules the world. Preemptive planning. See?
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Bitcoin is a scam.
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Tell that to the guy down your street who bought his house with money from the same "scam".

Did you buy at its first peak and sell after its first dump? I'm sorry if so, and I understand why you would feel it is a scam. But it's not, to me and many others.

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Where is best place to learn about & get started with Bitcoin? No joke. I'm being cereal....

hf
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If you are serious then I can help you acquire Bitcoin.
Serious only.
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I've been making bank trading alt coins. Mostly dash and etherium.

Poloniex is where it's at.
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I've been making bank trading alt coins. Mostly dash and etherium.

Poloniex is where it's at.
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Bittrex is my shiz... but ya... agreed. :-) :-) :-)
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got into dash at .012 :)
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got into dash at .012 :)
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Seems traders think it has a cap at .05... nuh-uh... people just keep buying and buying
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got into dash at .012 :)
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Seems traders think it has a cap at .05... nuh-uh... people just keep buying and buying
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It's getting nuts. I've missed some big gains just because I couldn't believe it'd go that high.
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Bitcoin is a scam.
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Tell that to the guy down your street who bought his house with money from the same "scam".

Did you buy at its first peak and sell after its first dump? I'm sorry if so, and I understand why you would feel it is a scam. But it's not, to me and many others.
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I didn't know banks accepted bitcoin for house purchases. Cool to know. Thanks!
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Bitcoin is a scam.
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Tell that to the guy down your street who bought his house with money from the same "scam".

Did you buy at its first peak and sell after its first dump? I'm sorry if so, and I understand why you would feel it is a scam. But it's not, to me and many others.
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I didn't know banks accepted bitcoin for house purchases. Cool to know. Thanks!
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They don't yet but they accept cash and/or wired deposits.
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got into dash at .012 :)
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Seems traders think it has a cap at .05... nuh-uh... people just keep buying and buying
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It's getting nuts. I've missed some big gains just because I couldn't believe it'd go that high.
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Well, it's especially big in Europe right now. It has been made available to buy at certain atms. Interestingly, by extension, it also makes bitcoin available by atm.

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What happens if my hard drive crashes, or internet goes down for a month.
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back up your wallet.dat and get a new machine.. carry on...
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I cant afford a new machine.
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Then have an online wallet and a local wallet then sync them.

- Local wallet on physical machine

[link to bitcoin.org (secure)]

- Online wallet to provide back up for your wallet. Fill out all the security steps please.

[link to blockchain.info (secure)]

Like itunes syncs your library. Or just have the blockchain address from the online wallet. Works either way.
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What happens when all the bitcoins are mined??
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back up your wallet.dat and get a new machine.. carry on...
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I cant afford a new machine.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74409681


Then have an online wallet and a local wallet then sync them.

- Local wallet on physical machine

[link to bitcoin.org (secure)]

- Online wallet to provide back up for your wallet. Fill out all the security steps please.

[link to blockchain.info (secure)]

Like itunes syncs your library. Or just have the blockchain address from the online wallet. Works either way.
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What happens when all the bitcoins are mined??
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They never will be.

Mining gets more and more difficult, ad infinitum, as the number of total bitcoins mined approaches 21 million.
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Not better today. There is no EMP today. Tomorrow, who knows. I say best is having supplies for both rainy and sunny days.
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Good luck on your quest for me it's a no goer.
I think it's doomed to failure.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74409681


Fair enough, no skin off my back good sir. It is going to replace all forms of monetary exchange... better to be in early than not. People are afraid of the possibility of the mark of the beast coming out of cryptocurrencies. I assure you, it will, but it will be a fork off of what bitcoin (or ethereum, or some other) currently is. You do not support the beast by putting $ into btc, right now you fight it. Stay true, and there is no reason to fear you'll wind up chipped.
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Haha nothing to do with the beast or chipping, I just think it's doomed to fail.
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I didn't write that part for you. Let the charts speak for themselves.

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This was posted in another thread, but such a great explanation I thought I'd pass it along here too:

Bitcoin has value. Shit tons more than fiat boys and girls. Even more than Gold. Most people don't understand it and like everything else its all emotional.

Why is bitcoin more valuable than fiat?
Fiat is limitless and printed by governments willy-nilly.
It's printed on nearly worthless paper or fake coins (zinc vs copper pennies). There is no end to the supply and the only value it has is 100% perceptual dependent upon the common perception of the world markets, but it's true value is negative given the continual printing and exponential debt to actual money.

Bitcoin on the other hand is finite and actually quite scarce. This element of bitcoin is similar to Gold - however gold is also infinite in supply just simply harder to obtain through finding or yes manufacturing with science. Eventually gold will be mined on other interstellar objects such as the moon, mars, and asteroids. Bitcoin however will run out and never another made after 21 million are minted. You wont find new ones on the mars or moon. It is 100% finite given the integrated functional math. Thus it has inherent true scarcity, even more-so than gold and well its obvious that fiat is anything but scarce. Fiat is way too loose.

Now another thing that people just don't understand is the tremendous value in the hardware used to actually support the bitcoin network and the energy used to do so. There is millions if not billions of dollars being invested into the bitcoin network, applications, hardware and businesses that drive value into the digital currency. It costs the governments very little to just spit out new coins - while every newly minted bitcoin costs a lot of money just to create factoring in hardware and electricity costs. This cost also drives value into the coin.

The greatest value of all is that the coin represents FREEDOM to each and every individual on the planet. They are free to essentially be their own bank and to be their own stock broker free of the control imposed by those that run the world markets that are in collusion with world governments. Digital currencies are the safe haven for the average Joe, everyman. Of course the value will fluctuate - but over time it will simply continue to grow as the populace becomes more awakened to the fact that they no longer need to be under the wing of the bankers and that as more individuals own parts of the coin the higher the value vs fiat becomes. The returns are far greater than any other market - at least for the past 2 years straight and as scarcity increases so will this continued growth.

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I cant afford a new machine.
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Then have an online wallet and a local wallet then sync them.

- Local wallet on physical machine

[link to bitcoin.org (secure)]

- Online wallet to provide back up for your wallet. Fill out all the security steps please.

[link to blockchain.info (secure)]

Like itunes syncs your library. Or just have the blockchain address from the online wallet. Works either way.
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What happens when all the bitcoins are mined??
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They never will be.

Mining gets more and more difficult, ad infinitum, as the number of total bitcoins mined approaches 21 million.
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That's not true. Last bitcoin will be mined in 2040 roughly.

Mining does not end however. There will continue to be miners because there are very small transaction fees required to send bitcoin. While finding a block post block reward days the finder will be rewarded with just mining fees of the associated block. However the price of bitcoin will be that such reward will still be quite profitable. Scarcity remains and network remains strong and secure given the profit of the reward. Incentive structure of bitcoin is quite genius and fair.
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Then have an online wallet and a local wallet then sync them.

- Local wallet on physical machine

[link to bitcoin.org (secure)]

- Online wallet to provide back up for your wallet. Fill out all the security steps please.

[link to blockchain.info (secure)]

Like itunes syncs your library. Or just have the blockchain address from the online wallet. Works either way.
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What happens when all the bitcoins are mined??
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They never will be.

Mining gets more and more difficult, ad infinitum, as the number of total bitcoins mined approaches 21 million.
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That's not true. Last bitcoin will be mined in 2040 roughly.

Mining does not end however. There will continue to be miners because there are very small transaction fees required to send bitcoin. While finding a block post block reward days the finder will be rewarded with just mining fees of the associated block. However the price of bitcoin will be that such reward will still be quite profitable. Scarcity remains and network remains strong and secure given the profit of the reward. Incentive structure of bitcoin is quite genius and fair.
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2140 sorry. quite a ways off, but still it does end.
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Then have an online wallet and a local wallet then sync them.

- Local wallet on physical machine

[link to bitcoin.org (secure)]

- Online wallet to provide back up for your wallet. Fill out all the security steps please.

[link to blockchain.info (secure)]

Like itunes syncs your library. Or just have the blockchain address from the online wallet. Works either way.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27814554


What happens when all the bitcoins are mined??
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74348621


They never will be.

Mining gets more and more difficult, ad infinitum, as the number of total bitcoins mined approaches 21 million.
 Quoting: W0RD'SW0RD




That's not true. Last bitcoin will be mined in 2040 roughly.

Mining does not end however. There will continue to be miners because there are very small transaction fees required to send bitcoin. While finding a block post block reward days the finder will be rewarded with just mining fees of the associated block. However the price of bitcoin will be that such reward will still be quite profitable. Scarcity remains and network remains strong and secure given the profit of the reward. Incentive structure of bitcoin is quite genius and fair.
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Didn't know that, thanks. So it would be correct to say there will always be mined bitcoins, but not always mined blocks.
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look how fast bit coin rebounded after RTF was rejected.
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What happens when all the bitcoins are mined??
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They never will be.

Mining gets more and more difficult, ad infinitum, as the number of total bitcoins mined approaches 21 million.
 Quoting: W0RD'SW0RD




That's not true. Last bitcoin will be mined in 2040 roughly.

Mining does not end however. There will continue to be miners because there are very small transaction fees required to send bitcoin. While finding a block post block reward days the finder will be rewarded with just mining fees of the associated block. However the price of bitcoin will be that such reward will still be quite profitable. Scarcity remains and network remains strong and secure given the profit of the reward. Incentive structure of bitcoin is quite genius and fair.
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Didn't know that, thanks. So it would be correct to say there will always be mined bitcoins, but not always mined blocks.
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Blocks will continue to be found by miners.
They will simply have a reward of 0 minted new bitcoins once it falls below a single satoshi sometime around 2140. The block reward consists of a new mint reward - currently 12.5 coins per block + transaction fees associated with the block (currently averaging 1-2 BTC per block). So after 2140 when the reward falls below the lowest divisible quantity of the network (a single satoshi) - (0.00000001 BTC) the newly minted coin reward will be zero of the given block and only the transaction fees portion of the reward will remain.
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look how fast bit coin rebounded after RTF was rejected.
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Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
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look how fast bit coin rebounded after RTF was rejected.
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yes, and the reason for rejection is a clear strength not a weakness.

Rejection occurred because the market can not be controlled . Control is necessary to stop/close market exchanges given a free fall in order to minimize investor losses. Given that bitcoin is free/open and global, there is absolutely no way for the SEC to achieve control and thus the truly free market will do what it does.
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They never will be.

Mining gets more and more difficult, ad infinitum, as the number of total bitcoins mined approaches 21 million.
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That's not true. Last bitcoin will be mined in 2040 roughly.

Mining does not end however. There will continue to be miners because there are very small transaction fees required to send bitcoin. While finding a block post block reward days the finder will be rewarded with just mining fees of the associated block. However the price of bitcoin will be that such reward will still be quite profitable. Scarcity remains and network remains strong and secure given the profit of the reward. Incentive structure of bitcoin is quite genius and fair.
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Didn't know that, thanks. So it would be correct to say there will always be mined bitcoins, but not always mined blocks.
 Quoting: W0RD'SW0RD


Blocks will continue to be found by miners.
They will simply have a reward of 0 minted new bitcoins once it falls below a single satoshi sometime around 2140. The block reward consists of a new mint reward - currently 12.5 coins per block + transaction fees associated with the block (currently averaging 1-2 BTC per block). So after 2140 when the reward falls below the lowest divisible quantity of the network (a single satoshi) - (0.00000001 BTC) the newly minted coin reward will be zero of the given block and only the transaction fees portion of the reward will remain.
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Wow.

So...

Theoretically...

A (less than) satoshi would be worth an entire block reward in 2140 (the current value of 12.5 BTC). That's mind-blowing.

What would the world do with so much wealth? We'd need to travel the stars or something.

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That's not true. Last bitcoin will be mined in 2040 roughly.

Mining does not end however. There will continue to be miners because there are very small transaction fees required to send bitcoin. While finding a block post block reward days the finder will be rewarded with just mining fees of the associated block. However the price of bitcoin will be that such reward will still be quite profitable. Scarcity remains and network remains strong and secure given the profit of the reward. Incentive structure of bitcoin is quite genius and fair.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73533979


Didn't know that, thanks. So it would be correct to say there will always be mined bitcoins, but not always mined blocks.
 Quoting: W0RD'SW0RD


Blocks will continue to be found by miners.
They will simply have a reward of 0 minted new bitcoins once it falls below a single satoshi sometime around 2140. The block reward consists of a new mint reward - currently 12.5 coins per block + transaction fees associated with the block (currently averaging 1-2 BTC per block). So after 2140 when the reward falls below the lowest divisible quantity of the network (a single satoshi) - (0.00000001 BTC) the newly minted coin reward will be zero of the given block and only the transaction fees portion of the reward will remain.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73533979


Wow.

So...

Theoretically...

A (less than) satoshi could potentially be worth an entire block reward in 2140.

What would the world do with so much wealth? We'd have to travel the stars or something.
 Quoting: W0RD'SW0RD


Well hopefully by 2140 humanity will have cured aging, mastered knowledge of consciousness and the abilities to transfer into other bodies/avatars while at minimum have the ability to travel at will within the immediate solar system. Ultimately we should seek out "Where no man has gone before".
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Didn't know that, thanks. So it would be correct to say there will always be mined bitcoins, but not always mined blocks.
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Blocks will continue to be found by miners.
They will simply have a reward of 0 minted new bitcoins once it falls below a single satoshi sometime around 2140. The block reward consists of a new mint reward - currently 12.5 coins per block + transaction fees associated with the block (currently averaging 1-2 BTC per block). So after 2140 when the reward falls below the lowest divisible quantity of the network (a single satoshi) - (0.00000001 BTC) the newly minted coin reward will be zero of the given block and only the transaction fees portion of the reward will remain.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73533979


Wow.

So...

Theoretically...

A (less than) satoshi could potentially be worth an entire block reward in 2140.

What would the world do with so much wealth? We'd have to travel the stars or something.
 Quoting: W0RD'SW0RD


Well hopefully by 2140 humanity will have cured aging, mastered knowledge of consciousness and the abilities to transfer into other bodies/avatars while at minimum have the ability to travel at will within the immediate solar system. Ultimately we should seek out "Where no man has gone before".
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Blocks will continue to be found by miners.
They will simply have a reward of 0 minted new bitcoins once it falls below a single satoshi sometime around 2140. The block reward consists of a new mint reward - currently 12.5 coins per block + transaction fees associated with the block (currently averaging 1-2 BTC per block). So after 2140 when the reward falls below the lowest divisible quantity of the network (a single satoshi) - (0.00000001 BTC) the newly minted coin reward will be zero of the given block and only the transaction fees portion of the reward will remain.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73533979


Wow.

So...

Theoretically...

A (less than) satoshi could potentially be worth an entire block reward in 2140.

What would the world do with so much wealth? We'd have to travel the stars or something.
 Quoting: W0RD'SW0RD


Well hopefully by 2140 humanity will have cured aging, mastered knowledge of consciousness and the abilities to transfer into other bodies/avatars while at minimum have the ability to travel at will within the immediate solar system. Ultimately we should seek out "Where no man has gone before".
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spock
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This said, what would stop someone with say, 100,000 bitcoins from gifting a few Satoshi to every single person on earth? Might not be worth much now, but it would grow over time, and it would ensure everyone had a stake and eventual wealth down their line.
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