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Consider advocating for Cash App (especially if you're a bitcoin maximalist)
The reasoning is this:
Jack Dorsey, the owner of cash app is a bitcoin maximalist, and I genuinely believe that he acts with bitcoin's best interests at heart.
Cash app only allows for buying and selling of bitcoin (and not altcoins)
The problem with other exchanges is that they don't act with bitcoin's best interest at heart. They allow altcoins to pay to be put on their exchanges, even low quality ones. This siphon funds from bitcoin and when they are exposed as scams and crashed, smears Bitcoin's reputation. So why help these exchanges that don't act with our best interests at heart? We are providing them with fees and perhaps more importantly, liquidity, which is key to many large investors when choosing an exchange. Consider advocate for cash app if you're bitcoin maximalist!
I commissioned artist Joey Colombo to create a Bitcoin-themed collage made entirely out of real paper currencies cut by hand. My only request was that orange was a very important color :) It was paid for in BTC.
In hindsight I realise this is probably classic FOMO and there are people up 100% from March and there may be a crash. I wanted to buy a month ago and I would've bought more but I figured the price rose too much...then it kept rising. Are my potential returns marginal compared to the potential risk I could be facing? I figured this was the case hence only buying 0.4 of a bitcoin but I didn't want to miss out completely if this really takes off.
Reminder for newbies: If you bought bitcoin on a website/app, you DONT own bitcoin. You own a "bitcoin IOU" that carries none of the benefits/freedom of Bitcoin. Your goal: Keep learning about Bitcoin until you understand how to take your bitcoin off the website/app and into a hardware wallet.
I’ve been following Bitcoin’s price for a while now but never pulled the trigger, and I am otherwise pretty clueless about Bitcoin’s intricacies. I have experience in stocks though, so I’m far from clueless when it comes to investing as a whole. I’m looking to put a small amount, probably around £500-£1000, into Bitcoin for the medium to long term. Can anyone advise the best way to go about doing this? Coinbase seems the most straightforward way to do this, and is most similar to the way that I’m used to buying and holding stocks. However, I’ve read around on this sub that this is not a good idea and that I should buy a physical storage system? Could anyone advise what the most effective method of storage would be for someone only looking to buy a relatively small amount?
Today, I have finally downloaded the full block chain and am running a full bitcoin node (took ~3days). I have a blockchain explorer, but I still need to work on installing and running lightning network, and exploring other tools. It's a good feeling. I will write up what I bought, what I returned, and how I got on. Just wanted to tell someone... pretty excited to be a part of the Bitcoin Full Node community.
AITA for laughing at my sister after she fell for a bitcoin scam?
So, my sister(17F) fell for a bitcoin scam. I(16M) after finding out just started to laugh uncontrollably. She was being an idiot and got scammed that way. She supposedly went on twitter and found an Elon Musk bitcoin scam which is extremely common. She somehow decided to send a thousand dollars worth of bitcoin to this address in hopes of getting a Tesla. How idiotic is that; a person who buys bitcoin has to know if all the scams that happen with an irreversible currency. She’s calling me a prick and an asshole for not helping her. The thing is, she can’t be helped. Bitcoin is not reversible and no bank is willing to insure her wallet. So, AITA?
Recently, I noticed that Opera has been taking up a lot of CPU and memory on my mac. So I did a deep scan with avast and found that Loud Miner (a bitcoin miner malware) happened to infect my current session. It also managed to install a QEMU image for the malware. Really strange. If you notice your browser is eating up your performance, I suggest you do the same that I did.
Could there be a “Bitcoin split“ similar to a stock split?
What changes to the core code would be necessary to implement, say, a 10-for-1 split? I.e. that each Satoshi would become 10 Satoshis and the new maximum amount of BTC is 210M. Could the original blockchain be sustained (as in a hard fork), or would it have to be replaced by a new one?
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