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  • See you all in six months, par /u/crypto_nightcrawler, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    Frankly, the situation has gotten ridiculous and I don't see this schism getting resolved any time soon. The amount of sheer stupidity, toxicity and a lack of reason is off the charts, and merely following what's going on in Bitcoin these days will give me an ulcer.
    I've decided to plug out for six months, stay away from all Bitcoin related news and forums, avoid checking the price, and let the chips fall where they may. I'm still in the black and I've taken a bit of profits in order to reduce my risk, but I'll keep the bulk of my holdings intact.
    In six months, Bitcoin might be a different currency run by a centralized group of people, possibly on a different chain, in which case I'll liquidate the rest of my holdings because it will have proven to me that cryptocurrencies are easy to hijack, and therefore a non-viable concept. Or it still might be the same old honey badger, laughing at its detractors and doing better than ever.
    Either way, I'm done with this cancer. See you in six months and godspeed.
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  • Humans of TOR - Earn 0.01 BTC for Telling Your Deep Web Story, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: bitcointalk - Announcements :: RSS
    Humans of TOR (https://humansoftor.com) shares stories from average people about their experiences on the deep web .. If you have ever used the deep web, you can earn 0.01 btc by posting your story - and if it is good enough to be published, you will (...) Read more
  • Humans of TOR - Earn 0.01 BTC for Telling Your Deep Web Story, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Service Announcements :: RSS
    Humans of TOR (https://humansoftor.com) shares stories from average people about their experiences on the deep web .. If you have ever used the deep web, you can earn 0.01 btc by posting your story - and if it is good enough to be published, you will (...) Read more
  • Oh Sheet, It’s A REIT (The Coming Crisis), 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Alltop RSS :: RSS
    On Wednesday, we took a gander at global real estate and today I’ve got a follow up to that dealing with REITs. My long term buddy, fellow hedgie and confidant Kuppy, who can be found lurking here, shares his thoughts on the US real estate sector and in particular REITs: Him: I think people are [...] Read more
  • Oh Sheet, It’s A REIT (The Coming Crisis), par Mark Norton, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS

    On Wednesday, we took a gander at global real estate and today I’ve got a follow up to that dealing with REITs. My long term buddy, fellow hedgie and confidant Kuppy, who can be found lurking here, shares his thoughts on the US real estate sector and in particular REITs: Him: I think people are wrong.…

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  • Oh Sheet, It’s A REIT (The Coming Crisis), 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Alltop - bitcoin :: RSS
    On Wednesday, we took a gander at global real estate and today I’ve got a follow up to that dealing with REITs. My long term buddy, fellow hedgie and confidant Kuppy, who can be found lurking here, shares his thoughts on the US real estate sector and in particular REITs: Him: I think people are [...] Read more
  • To all newcomers who bought at higher prices, par /u/iftodaywasurlastday, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    Bitcoin is volatile. That's just the way it is. In 2014, the best advice I received was buy, hold and ignore the price fluctuations until year 2020. I'm glad I followed that advice because I have several friends who bought at $1200 and sold at $600. They all regret that decision, just like you will regret it if you sell now.
    You need to wait until 2020, but baby, it's going to be worth it.
    submitted by /u/iftodaywasurlastday
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  • A Closer Look at R3′s Concord, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Alltop RSS :: RSS
    R3 CEV, the much-watched but opaque startup that brought together more than 60 banks in an effort to build a blockchain-based platform for the financial industry, finally took the wraps off its plans, filing a patent application for software within a new platform it calls Concord. Executives from the company sat down with us earlier this week and gave us a preview of the product, from which the following was derived. Concord is a platform that… Read more
  • A Closer Look at R3′s Concord, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Alltop - bitcoin :: RSS
    R3 CEV, the much-watched but opaque startup that brought together more than 60 banks in an effort to build a blockchain-based platform for the financial industry, finally took the wraps off its plans, filing a patent application for software within a new platform it calls Concord. Executives from the company sat down with us earlier this week and gave us a preview of the product, from which the following was derived. Concord is a platform that… Read more
  • Bitfinex: "Introduced Chain Split Tokens trading pairs", par /u/mkiwi, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS
  • are we slowly becoming the new whales?, par /u/snowball600, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    I've been into bitcoin since it was at 200usd( about year 2015) I've been buying at every dip, and i've been mostly holding and spending a bit.
    I was thinking the other day. The bitcoiners before me, they are surely millionaires.
    If put myself in their shoes, I realize that they can't hold forever. Why would they? We all die someday. We might as well enjoy our money.
    As we get older, and start a family or other things. We do eventually need the money. As they sell, we keep buying.
    I always see newbies here, getting scared as the price goes up or down. That was once me... But i am way ahead. I do realize eventually i will have to sell ..
    One thing that strikes me.. is as more people around the world get into bitcoin, having 1 full bitcoin will be harder and harder. In theory, we will no longer need thousands and thousands of bitcoins to become the new whales. You might just only need a couple bitcoins.
    I want to thank all the whales out there for finally selling, every time you sell, i buy a little more, and that makes me a little more richer,
    we are slowly becoming the new whales
    submitted by /u/snowball600
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  • Why The Fate Of The World Economy Is In The Hands Of China’s Housing Bubble, par brotherjohn, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Silver For The People - The Blog » bitcoin :: RSS
    zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Mar 17, 2017 4:29 PM
    A couple of research reports released overnight by Deutsche Bank and Bank of America, respectively, come to a sobering conclusion: the fate of the global economy may be in the hands of the Chinese housing bubble. As a reminder, China is a serial bubble inflator courtesy of a closed (capital account) economy, and nearly $30 trillion in bank deposits which slosh from one asset class to another, be it the stock market, bitcoin, commodities, farm animals or – most often – housing.
    As all China watchers knows, and as DB confirms, the root cause of this bubble is “excessively loose monetary policy set to achieve growth above its potential.” Furthermore, while the most recent housing bubble, the third in a row, appears to have recently popped as annual home price growth declined in January for the first time after 19 months of continuous acceleration, the question is how hard will Beijing push to prevent the same hard landing that took place in late 2014 when the bursting of the second housing bubble led to substantial slowdown in China, and sent rippled effects around the globe.

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  • Slush Pool Feels Developers Should Just Active SegWit Without Further Delay, par JP Buntinx, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: newsBTC :: RSS
    It is evident the back-and-forth debate between BU and SegWit is not over by any means. Even though Segregated Witness continues to struggle regarding achieving majority support, some people feel this debate has gone on long enough. Slush pool one of the oldest bitcoin mining pools, feels SegWit need to be activated right now. In … Continue reading Slush Pool Feels Developers Should Just Active SegWit Without Further Delay
    The post Slush Pool Feels Developers Should Just Active SegWit Without Further Delay appeared first on NEWSBTC. Read more JP Buntinx
  • Slush Pool Feels Developers Should Just Active SegWit Without Further Delay, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    Slush pool one of the oldest bitcoin mining pools, feels SegWit need to be activated right now. In the end, a new world of applications and solutions ... Read more
  • How do I scan my bitcoin receipt into my wallet?, par NewToThis, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    I bought Bitcoins from the Robocoin ATM (I'm told it's the only one) and it gave me a receipt with a QR code to scan into my wallet. I downloaded Blockchain, but don't see where in the app I can scan the receipt to add to my wallet. (...) Read more NewToThis
  • Trumpism Threatens to Undo Obama’s Economic Progress, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Alltop RSS :: RSS
    This article originally appeared on The Conversation. President Donald Trump has been trashing the economy and his predecessor’s legacy lately. For example, in his free-wheeling Feb. 16 press conference, Trump said he “inherited a mess” from President Barack Obama. His newly minted Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin followed suit a week later by telling the Wall [...] Read more
  • Trumpism Threatens to Undo Obama’s Economic Progress, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Alltop - bitcoin :: RSS
    This article originally appeared on The Conversation. President Donald Trump has been trashing the economy and his predecessor’s legacy lately. For example, in his free-wheeling Feb. 16 press conference, Trump said he “inherited a mess” from President Barack Obama. His newly minted Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin followed suit a week later by telling the Wall [...] Read more
  • Trumpism Threatens to Undo Obama’s Economic Progress, par Mark Norton, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS

    This article originally appeared on The Conversation. President Donald Trump has been trashing the economy and his predecessor’s legacy lately. For example, in his free-wheeling Feb. 16 press conference, Trump said he “inherited a mess” from President Barack Obama. His newly minted Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin followed suit a week later by telling the Wall Street…

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  • Re: [ANN] the Internet of Coins, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    @tyz: We published our whitepaper just before SuperNET was announced. Indeed the projects look similar, but there are some notable differences.

    First of all, back at the time, coins that are to be part of SuperNET had to alter their code to be able to ... Read more
  • Coinbase responds to industry letter., par /u/gobobby12, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    Brian Armstrong:
    Coinbase didn't sign the industry letter because I think the intention behind it is wrong. On the surface it is a communication about how exchanges would handle the hard fork, and a request to BU for replay attack protection. But my concern was that it was actually a thinly veiled attempt to keep the BTC moniker pegged to core software. I think a number of people who put their name on it didn't realize this.
    A couple thoughts:
    Certainly it makes sense to list forked assets separately on exchanges, especially during periods of uncertainty. But it doesn't make sense to say BTC can only be modified by one development team. If there is overwhelming support from miners and users around any new version of the software (regardless of who wrote it), then I think that will be called Bitcoin (or BTC).
    The replay attacks are a real concern. We spent some time talking with Peter Rizun from BU last week and he/they seem very open to hearing ideas on replay attack protection and coming up with solutions, which was great to see. It is not as trivial for them to add as I originally thought, because it seems adding replay protection would break SPV clients (which includes a number of mobile wallets). We as a community could probably use more brainstorming on how to solve this generally (for any hard fork). I'll make a separate post on that.
    I think regardless of what was stated in the letter (and people's personal views), pretty much every exchange would list whatever version got the overwhelming majority of miner and user support as BTC. I also think miners know this.
    A number of exchanges (GDAX, Poloniex, Gemini) didn't sign the letter, or later clarified their position on it (ShapeShift, Kraken), so I think there are a variety of opinions out there. I think creating public industry letters that people sign is a bad idea. They haven't been very effective in the past, they are "design by committee", people inevitably say their views were not accurately represented after the fact, and they tend to create more drama. I'd rather see private communication happen to move the industry forward (preferably on the phone, or in person - written communication is too easy to misinterpret people's tone). Or to have each exchange state their own opinion.
    My goal is to have Coinbase be neutral in this debate. I think SegWit, BU, or other solutions could all be made to work in bitcoin. We're here to provide whatever our customers want as best we can across all digital currencies, and work with the wider community to make forward progress.
    submitted by /u/gobobby12
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  • Why Coinbase didn't sign the industry letter, par /u/bdarmstrong, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    Coinbase didn't sign this letter because I think the intention behind it is wrong.
    On the surface it is a communication about how exchanges would handle the hard fork, and a request to BU for replay attack protection. But my concern was that it was actually a thinly veiled attempt to keep the BTC moniker pegged to core software. I think a number of people who put their name on it didn't realize this.
    A couple thoughts:
    • Certainly it makes sense to list forked assets separately on exchanges, especially during periods of uncertainty. But it doesn't make sense to say BTC can only be modified by one development team. If there is overwhelming support from miners and users around any new version of the software (regardless of who wrote it), then I think that will be called Bitcoin (or BTC).
    • The replay attacks are a real concern. We spent some time talking with Peter Rizun from BU last week and he/they seem very open to hearing ideas on replay attack protection and coming up with solutions, which was great to see. It is not as trivial for them to add as I originally thought, because it seems adding replay protection would break SPV clients (which includes a number of mobile wallets). We as a community could probably use more brainstorming on how to solve this generally (for any hard fork). I'll make a separate post on that.
    • I think regardless of what was stated in the letter (and people's personal views), pretty much every exchange would list whatever version got the overwhelming majority of miner and user support as BTC. I also think miners know this.
    • A number of exchanges (GDAX, Poloniex, Gemini) didn't sign the letter, or later clarified their position on it (ShapeShift, Kraken), so I think there are a variety of opinions out there.
    • I think creating public industry letters that people sign is a bad idea. They haven't been very effective in the past, they are "design by committee", people inevitably say their views were not accurately represented after the fact, and they tend to create more drama. I'd rather see private communication happen to move the industry forward (preferably on the phone, or in person - written communication is too easy to misinterpret people's tone). Or to have each exchange state their own opinion.
    • My goal is to have Coinbase be neutral in this debate. I think SegWit, BU, or other solutions could all be made to work in bitcoin. We're here to provide whatever our customers want as best we can across all digital currencies, and work with the wider community to make forward progress.
    submitted by /u/bdarmstrong
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  • Re: [ANN] the Internet of Coins, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    internet of coins is very long time project
    the first idea in 2014 , and now project is run and open ico selling
    i hope ico selling succes so project can run, because good idea and good project Read more
  • Digital Asset Trading is Going Viral, And You Don't Even Need to Log In, 18 March 2017

    Saturday 18 March 2017 :: Google News Alerts - bitcoin :: RSS
    In addition, the exchange is dedicated to the so-called 'altcoin' space, a diverse and voluminous landscape of Bitcoin alternatives, which also adds to ... Read more
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