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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.
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Bitcoin Mining Forums: Turning Computers Into Cash Since 2011

The official bitcoin mining forum / subreddit / chat room / place to be!
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Bitcoin - The Internet of Money

/btc was created to foster and support free and open Bitcoin discussion about cryptocurrency, Bitcoin news, and exclusive AMA (Ask Me Anything) interviews from top Bitcoin and cryptocurrency leaders. Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet. A distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without the need for any central authority whatsoever. Learn more about Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, cryptocurrency, and more.
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The War For Control Of Our Money Has Begun - 2011 Bitcoiner & Economist Simon Dixon

The War For Control Of Our Money Has Begun - 2011 Bitcoiner & Economist Simon Dixon submitted by nugget_alex to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

‘Quora explains why Bitcoins are a bad idea’ June 2011. “Bitcoin then lost around a third of its value but has since climbed back up to around $22 per Bitcoin”

‘Quora explains why Bitcoins are a bad idea’ June 2011. “Bitcoin then lost around a third of its value but has since climbed back up to around $22 per Bitcoin” submitted by DrDic to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

A fun piece of 2011 Bitcoin History

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Interesting piece of 2011 Bitcoin History

Interesting piece of 2011 Bitcoin History submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

The War For Control Of Our Money Has Begun - 2011 Bitcoiner & Economist Simon Dixon

The War For Control Of Our Money Has Begun - 2011 Bitcoiner & Economist Simon Dixon submitted by nugget_alex to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The War For Control Of Our Money Has Begun - 2011 Bitcoiner & Economist Simon Dixon

The War For Control Of Our Money Has Begun - 2011 Bitcoiner & Economist Simon Dixon submitted by nugget_alex to BitcoinAUS [link] [comments]

The War For Control Of Our Money Has Begun - 2011 Bitcoiner & Economist Simon Dixon

The War For Control Of Our Money Has Begun - 2011 Bitcoiner & Economist Simon Dixon submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

In 2011, Bitcoin imploded and fell more than 90 percent from its peak to reach a price of $3 per bitcoin. Everyone declared bitcoin dead.

In 2011, Bitcoin imploded and fell more than 90 percent from its peak to reach a price of $3 per bitcoin. Everyone declared bitcoin dead. submitted by VividShelter to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

2011 Bitcoin storage?

How did people in 2011 stow coins or get their private keys?
Did they just keep everything on their PC's?
Thanks
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2011 Bitcoin investor Davincij15 on Dash

https://youtu.be/VtyLjrm5XL0?t=2120
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09-24 20:24 - 'It has been and incredible experience watching since 2011 Bitcoin become infested with toxic mouthbreathers like you, most of whom probably aren't even getting paid. Fascinating because I've witnessed first hand this is what happ...' by /u/opus_1 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 5-15min

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It has been and incredible experience watching since 2011 Bitcoin become infested with toxic mouthbreathers like you, most of whom probably aren't even getting paid. Fascinating because I've witnessed first hand this is what happens when you employ censorship. It's just a race to the bottom of the barrel. You guys are half way there. Keep it up.
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Gavin Andresen in 2011 "Bitcoin is an experiment: maybe it WILL fail as a currency, but succeed as a commodity: Gold 2.0 versus Dollar 2.0"

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In 2011 Bitcoin crashed down -94%! In 2014 it again crashed down almost -80%! Then rose 5,600%...

https://www.themerkle.com/top-5-bitcoin-crashes/
I worked as a professional trader on the stockmarket for nearly a decade. The people who trade professionally on the stockmarket, and last longterm, are those who are skilled and successful at analysing and understanding the way the markets move.
Crypto-coins are viewed by almost all professional traders (me included) as just massive ponzi-schemes, inflated 1000x their true value by dimwits who know virtually nothing about trading or economics, simply want to get rich and so chase the hot-air balloon that they see rising.
You may not like to read it, may feel insulted even, but what i say is true. The ONLY point of investing into a crytocurrency is because you want the ridiculously volatile moves that it exhibits, which you do not find in any other asset-class on the stockmarket.
I know many people who invest in cryptos have never traded on the actual stockmarket before, and so have no understanding or experience of all that comes with trading. Instead these people become obsessed with cryptos and believe that they will change the world.
The reality is though that no cryptos are going to change the world, they will make virtually no difference in the world even (bitcoin is a perfect example of that).
The ONLY point and purpose of them is that they are ridiculously volatile, and so offer investors the opportunity to make 1,000% 6,000% percent profit returns in 1year, vs 30-40% maximum yearly return from investing on the stockmarket.
Cryptos are not taken seriously, they are not actual proper asset-classes, they are just jokey gamble toys, abit of fun to place a side-bet on...., But THAT is why they survive such huge crashes like the ones bitcoin has experienced over the last 7years, because they are not considered 'proper', and so no-one actually gives a fuck if they crash 75% in 1day, as because they are so absurdly volatile everyone thinks they will just bouce back 100% the next day, and so no-one is actually scared at all!! :D lol
You may think im talking rubbish, but trust me every word of what im saying is true and correct. People think cryptos are just whacky joke assets that are not real and proper, merely played around with by nerds and dweebs on internet forums, and so no-one is scared or even cares when they crash.
If the value of any major stock such as google, facebook, shell oil crashed 20% in 1day, everyone would be terrified and panic, all trust would be lost in that company (which everyone had considered as being a serious proper company), and so itd take many many years before that company could ever regain that lost 20% since all trust would of been lost with it.
With cryptos though everyone already thinks they are just wild whacky joke assets that are MEANT to crash and rise 50% every day, and so the current feapanic will be forgotten about by next week.
To prove this just look at bitcoin's history- *In 2011 it's price crashed down 94% from $32 down to $2, but then recovered, plus rose thousands of percent. *In 2014 its price crashed down nearly 80% from $1,100 to $300, but then recovered, plus rose thousands of percent.
(www.themerkle.com/top-5-bitcoin-crashes)
So whilst everyone who takes cryptos ultra seriously, is obsessed with them, and views them almost as a religion, is no losing their knickers in fear and crying into their soup..., If you want to be smart just step back and review the price-patterns of how they've moved over the last 7years.
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How can I export my bitcoins from the old ~circa 2011 bitcoin client on OS X (yes, I have googled - please read)

Pardon the newbie question - I've got my bitcoins in a wallet on my very old laptop, using the old client and I'd like to get them onto a more modern client like Electrum. I haven't turned on this laptop in a few years, and am waay behind on downloading the blockchain. I'm not even sure if I have enough disk on my computer to store the whole thing! I tried sending a small transaction to my new wallet, but an hour later, it hasn't arrived (IIRC, the whole blockchain needed to be downloaded to do anything in this client.)
All the instructions that I find talk about going to the "help" menu and running the dumpprivkey command, but I don't see such a menu. Maybe that's on windows? I do have my wallet.dat file, but I don't know how to import that anywhere.
Here's a screenshot of the client: http://imgur.com/xXse2kZ
Thanks!
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In 2011, Bitcoin imploded and fell more than 90 percent from its peak to reach a price of $3 per bitcoin. Everyone declared bitcoin dead.

In 2011, Bitcoin imploded and fell more than 90 percent from its peak to reach a price of $3 per bitcoin. Everyone declared bitcoin dead. submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

In 2011, Bitcoin imploded and fell more than 90 percent from its peak to reach a price of $3 per bitcoin. Everyone declared bitcoin dead.

In 2011, Bitcoin imploded and fell more than 90 percent from its peak to reach a price of $3 per bitcoin. Everyone declared bitcoin dead. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

August 13th, 2011: Bitcoin troll explains why mining operations won't support a price of $10, $9, or even $8 and why bitcoin will soon collapse to nothing. (sound like a familiar fallacious argument you've heard recently?)

August 13th, 2011: Bitcoin troll explains why mining operations won't support a price of $10, $9, or even $8 and why bitcoin will soon collapse to nothing. (sound like a familiar fallacious argument you've heard recently?) submitted by americanpegasus to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

In 2011, Bitcoin's mining difficulty fell 18%. Today it fell 15%. Bitcoin didn't die in 2011. It came back stronger than ever. https://goo.gl/28KGKb - Crypto Insider Info - Whales's

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In 2011, Bitcoin's mining difficulty fell 18%. Today it fell 15%. Bitcoin didn't die in 2011. It came back stronger than ever.

In 2011, Bitcoin's mining difficulty fell 18%. Today it fell 15%. Bitcoin didn't die in 2011. It came back stronger than ever. submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

Reddit, what's the 2017 equivalent of "2011 Bitcoin"?

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2011 Bitcoin Ad

2011 Bitcoin Ad submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Buttcoin your to poor to buy bitcoins so you just cry about then ! In 2011 bitcoin was worth what ? 10 dollars ? Thats when buttcoin was creted ? All of you gonna be SKULL FUCKED!!

Im gonna buy some ether.
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Fondsmanager setzte seit 2011 auf Bitcoin - Im Gespräch mit Fabio Bossi - 5 IDEEN PODCAST mit Dave BITCOIN price evolution REPLAY (2011-2019) Bitcoin  Bitcoin 2011 - YouTube Bitcoin history: The first Bitcoin Obituary, 2011

BTC/EUR Historisch: Hier finden Sie die Historisch-Seite für den BTC/EUR Juni 2011 wurde der erste Trojaner namens Infostealer.Coinbit entdeckt, der gezielt auf die Jagd nach den digitalen Wallets der Bitcoin-Inhaber angesetzt werden konnte. Gleichzeitig fanden immer ... Kurssprung: Größter Bitcoin-Anstieg seit 2011. Kaufen Verkaufen WKN: ISIN: INE851C01014 Neo Corp International Ltd . ... 2011 übernimmt der Franzose Mark Karpelès die Tauschbörse "Mt.Gox" und macht aus ihr die weltgrößte Bitcoin-Handelsplattform. Der Wert des Bitcoin ist 2017 von rund 1 014 auf rund 20 000 US-Dollar in der Spitze gestiegen, seit 2009 gibt es Bitcoin über­haupt erst. Anfang 2011 lag der Preis bei 1 Dollar. Zum Vergleich: Der Wert der Aktie des teuersten Unter­nehmens der Welt, Apple, ist seit Börsengang 1980 „nur“ um das Vier­hundert­fache gewachsen, Dividenden ...

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Fondsmanager setzte seit 2011 auf Bitcoin - Im Gespräch mit Fabio Bossi - 5 IDEEN PODCAST mit Dave

This is a replay of the Bitcoin price between 2011 and 2019. -Bitcoin was created 2009 -Bitcoin price reaches $0.1 for the first time 10/10/2010 -Bitcoin pri... Trader Talk: Bharath Rao (CEO Leverj) and I take you back through bitcoin's history to 2011, to the first bitcoin obituary. It was in Wired, and it remarked that bitcoin had a short and volatile ... Bitcoin Bitcoin 2011 bitcoin 2011 If You Had Purchased $100 of Bitcoin in 2011 Investopedia If You Had Purchased $100 of Bitcoin in 2011 InvestopediaNo... This Man calls the Future of Bitcoin since 2011 like an Oracle! - Duration: 10:10. sunny decree 145,130 views. 10:10. Security Now 287: BitCoin CryptoCurrency - Duration: 1:27:49. ... Der ausgewiesene Kryptowährungsexperte beschäftigt sich bereits seit 2011 mit Bitcoin und der Blockchain-Technologie und hat sich in dieser Szene als Privatinvestor, Autor für Cointelegraph.de ...

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