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  • Who would buy my bitcoin? (Hypothetical question), par Nits, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    Lets say if 1 BTC = $1000USD tomorrow and I have around 1000 BTC, how would I sell my 1000 BTC to put $1,000,000USD in my bank account? Even a better hypothetical question. If I go back in time and buy 10,000 bitcoins for half a dollar (USD) back in 2009 and wish to cash it on 2013 when 1BTC (...) Read more Nits
  • 1 BTC challenge. Build a NAND gate using Lightning Network channels., par /u/um_ya, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    If you can build a NAND gate using Lightning Network, you can theoretically create every other logic gate, which means you can create any decentralized logic on top of Lighting network.
    The best NAND gate design example will get 1 BTC.
    submitted by /u/um_ya
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  • TheBlueMatt commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10211, par TheBlueMatt, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: TheBlueMatt’s Activity :: RSS
    Apr 15, 2017 TheBlueMatt commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10211 Seems reasonable. Should definitely have such a section. Read more TheBlueMatt
  • I'm getting tired of bored millionaires attacking our network, par /u/jratcliff63367, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    I felt a need to post this.
    I am deeply offended that individuals who became extremely wealthy because they got into bitcoin early are now trying to attack it with controversial hard forks, inexperienced development teams, radical changes to the network protocol and consensus rules, and propaganda.
    Let's understand this very clearly. Two individuals are largely responsible for the disaster that is bitcoin unlimited. They are Roger Ver and Jihan Wu. Just these two guys.
    So much for decentralization.
    Roger Ver, by all accounts, is a very wealthy man. We don't need to pin down an exact number. All we need to know is that he got into bitcoin early, at an incredibly low price point, and bitcoin has made him very rich. I don't resent that he is wealthy. I resent that his wealth has made him so jaded that he thinks attacking our network is his privilege.
    Now, let's stop for a second and talk about wealth; because it is important. Most people strive for wealth because financial independence gives them a certain amount of freedom in their lives and removes anxiety and stress. They no longer have to worry about how they are going to pay their bills or what would happen if they lose their job. In fact, if they have enough wealth, they don't need a job at all any more.
    What kind of wealth does it take to have that kind of independence and freedom?
    On the 'low' end, maybe a couple of million dollars. At the 'high' end, ten or twenty million. If you have ten or twenty million dollars, the investment returns on that alone would allow you to lead a lifestyle of the fabulously rich and famous for the rest of your life. Not only would you be able to live an extremely extravagant lifestyle, so would your descendants, and all of their descendants for generations to come.
    At this point you become officially the 'idle' rich. You have so much money that you have nothing better to do than pursue your own personal dreams and goals.
    By all accounts Roger Ver is already at least that rich.
    He is so wealthy that he never has to work for another day in his life. If he lost 90% of his bitcoin, or other cryptocurrencies, he would probably still be wealthier than most any of us could dream of.
    So, who are we?
    We are the people who did not buy bitcoin at pennies apiece. We didn't buy them for dollars apiece. We bought our bitcoin for hundreds of dollars each, if not at recent prices of over a thousand dollars apiece.
    Many of us have made substantial personal investments in bitcoin. We have put our family's money at risk because we believe in the network as a long term store of value. The price of bitcoin matters to us. The security of the network matters to us.
    We can only dream of retiring for the rest of our lives, and bitcoin might never reach a point where that is even a possibility.
    So, for these people who are fabulously wealthy to be actively attacking our network, the one protecting our money, with a cavalier attitude of 'who cares, if we get it wrong we can just reboot the system' is deeply offensive.
    Our network is protecting nearly 20 billion dollars of our value. If Roger no longer believes in our network, then fine. Let him move to ETH, Dash, or fork his own coin. However, he should not be attacking our network protecting our money!
    I'm tired of bored millionaires with nothing better to do treating our network as a playtoy that they can fuck up with no concern whatsoever because, no matter what happens, they will still be rich.
    These millionaires either need to get with the program, which is a strong development team executing a conservative but well thought out roadmap, or go move onto something else. But, please, stop attacking our network!
    submitted by /u/jratcliff63367
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  • GOP insiders call him a buffoon, Voters think he’s a crook, He’s Trumps pick to head the Military Draft because the bonded over a Filet-O-Fish sandwich, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Alltop RSS :: RSS
    Former Washington state senator Don Benton was an early supporter of President Donald Trump and the chair of his Washington state presidential campaign in 2016. Late Monday night, when many Americans were in bed, President Donald Trump quietly announced his intention to nominate former Washington state senator Don Benton (R) to be director of the [...] Read more
  • GOP insiders call him a buffoon, Voters think he’s a crook, He’s Trumps pick to head the Military Draft because the bonded over a Filet-O-Fish sandwich, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Alltop - bitcoin :: RSS
    Former Washington state senator Don Benton was an early supporter of President Donald Trump and the chair of his Washington state presidential campaign in 2016. Late Monday night, when many Americans were in bed, President Donald Trump quietly announced his intention to nominate former Washington state senator Don Benton (R) to be director of the [...] Read more
  • GOP insiders call him a buffoon, Voters think he’s a crook, He’s Trumps pick to head the Military Draft because the bonded over a Filet-O-Fish sandwich, par Mark Norton, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Bitcoin Warrior :: RSS

    Former Washington state senator Don Benton was an early supporter of President Donald Trump and the chair of his Washington state presidential campaign in 2016. Late Monday night, when many Americans were in bed, President Donald Trump quietly announced his intention to nominate former Washington state senator Don Benton (R) to be director of the Selective…

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  • Gyft >> eGifter, par /u/DR3AMR2, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    I've been using eGifter for over a year now and I was pretty happy with them. I tried out Gyft when eGifter temporarily forced everyone to only pay bitcoin with a coinbase account. The Gyft's website and app is so clean compared to the dated look of eGifter. Gyft also seem to process everything a lot quicker too.
    When eGifter switched back on the coinbase restriction, I came back to them because of the rewards they offer. I have been running into so many issues that I'm done with them. The rewards are nice from eGifter but it doesn't outweigh the inconvenience that I have to go through to just get some gift cards.
    eGifter used to be faster, but out of the last 3 transaction. Here's the current process for eGifter:
    1. Select and buy gift card with bitcoin
    2. Pay with bitcoin and transaction is processed through bitpay (0 - 15 minutes wait time)
    3. Wait for order to be process (0 - 2 HR wait time)
    4. Once "processed", go to website and open wallet page and clicked "Claim Card" and then it'll have to be "process" again. ( 0 - 24 HR wait time). This final step is dumb, because I already paid and it's been "processed", why is there another process waiting time again?

    Here are some issues that pushed me over the edge.
    • Bought a few gift cards at once. Payment went through, but the step 4 keeps falling and I never actually received gift cards. Created support ticket after waiting 2 days. Support responded and said that I should be good to go and closed ticket. Nothing was fixed. Rinse and repeat 3 more support tickets. I keep asking them to stop closing my ticket as solved when it wasn't resolved yet. I finally ask for a refund and the gift cards finally works on my account. The whole ordeal took 12 days.
    • Password Manager doesn't work properly on this site.
    • Bought Amazon gift cards on Gyft and eGifter today at the same time. Gyft had the gift card ready for me almost instantly after the payment processed. It's been over 3 hours and I'm still waiting for the eGifter to finish Step 4. The average wait time seems to be 6 - 12 hours from the past few transactions that I went through.
    submitted by /u/DR3AMR2
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  • E040: "ASICBoost and Criminals", par /u/bitbombs, 14 April 2017

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  • Probably it would be good for a long term solution if price tanked, par /u/DajZabrij, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Bitcoin on reddit :: RSS

    Price dropping would create additional pressure for miners and rest of the industry to agree on some kind of compromise. Or one side hf. Whatever, just to move forward. Time is working against status-quo-bitcoin.
    submitted by /u/DajZabrij
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  • TheBlueMatt pushed to 2017-04-dnsseed-break at TheBlueMatt/bitcoin, par TheBlueMatt, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: TheBlueMatt’s Activity :: RSS
    Apr 14, 2017 TheBlueMatt pushed to 2017-04-dnsseed-break at TheBlueMatt/bitcoin b2c9254 Check interruptNet during dnsseed lookups Read more TheBlueMatt
  • Check interruptNet during dnsseed lookups, par TheBlueMatt, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Commits - bitcoin:master :: RSS
    Check interruptNet during dnsseed lookups Read more TheBlueMatt
  • Re: How much money should I reserve to escrow-experts?, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Bitcoin Forum - Project Development :: RSS
    you can reserve anything bitcoin not maximum about reseve bitcoin in escrow
    you can see project ico selling in altcoin until reach over 1000 bitcoin reserve in escrow
    majority fee escrow service 1% Read more
  • Getting an online Litecoin wallet, par Coder404, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: litecoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    I want a litecoin wallet to store the litecoins that I am going to buy with my bank account. I wanted to use ltc-wallet.com but when I try to go the site, it doesn't load. Also, when I went to sign up for btc-e I find many, many, MANY sites that say that Btc-e is a scam. Finally I found coinbase.com ...which also came with a plethora of horror stories. Is there a LEGITIMATE site that I could use in order to store my litecoins? Read more Coder404
  • Getting an online Litecoin wallet, par Coder404, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    I want a litecoin wallet to store the litecoins that I am going to buy with my bank account. I wanted to use ltc-wallet.com but when I try to go the site, it doesn't load. Also, when I went to sign up for btc-e I find many, many, MANY sites that say that Btc-e is a scam. Finally I found (...) Read more Coder404
  • TheBlueMatt commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10215, par TheBlueMatt, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: TheBlueMatt’s Activity :: RSS
    Apr 14, 2017 TheBlueMatt commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10215 Should likely get backported for 0.14.2 (if we do one). Read more TheBlueMatt
  • TheBlueMatt commented on issue bitcoin/bitcoin#10210, par TheBlueMatt, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: TheBlueMatt’s Activity :: RSS
    Apr 14, 2017 TheBlueMatt commented on issue bitcoin/bitcoin#10210 The hanging thread here is the dnsseed thread. Because glibc's async dns lookup is horribly broken (see https://sourceware.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cg… Read more TheBlueMatt
  • TheBlueMatt opened pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10215, par TheBlueMatt, 14 April 2017

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    Apr 14, 2017 TheBlueMatt opened pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10215 Check interruptNet during dnsseed lookups 1 commit with 6 additions and 0 deletions Read more TheBlueMatt
  • The DAO Ethereum Classic Refund Effort Has Been Extended, par Stan Higgins, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: CoinDesk :: RSS
    More than $4m worth of classic ether remains in a DAO refund smart contract.
    Source Read more Stan Higgins
  • TheBlueMatt pushed to 2017-04-dnsseed-break at TheBlueMatt/bitcoin, par TheBlueMatt, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: TheBlueMatt’s Activity :: RSS
    Apr 14, 2017 TheBlueMatt pushed to 2017-04-dnsseed-break at TheBlueMatt/bitcoin 4bb7d1b Add python version checks and 3.4 example 5406d51 Rewrite to not use Polling wrapper for asyncio, link to python2.7 exa… 622 more commits » Read more TheBlueMatt
  • What is meant by Bitcoin dust?, par David Ogren, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Bitcoin questions on Stack Exchange :: RSS
    I've seen the term "dust" used to describe small transactions that might be considered as spam by the Bitcoin network. Is there is a generally accepted definition of this term? Read more David Ogren
  • TheBlueMatt created branch 2017-04-dnsseed-break at TheBlueMatt/bitcoin, par TheBlueMatt, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: TheBlueMatt’s Activity :: RSS
    TheBlueMatt created branch 2017-04-dnsseed-break at TheBlueMatt/bitcoin Apr 14, 2017 Read more TheBlueMatt
  • gmaxwell commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10200, par gmaxwell, 14 April 2017

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    Apr 14, 2017 gmaxwell commented on pull request bitcoin/bitcoin#10200 Concept ACK. Read more gmaxwell
  • Brazil president denies involvement in corruption, 14 April 2017

    Friday 14 April 2017 :: Alltop RSS :: RSS
    Brasilia (dpa) – Brazilian President Michel Temer Thursday denied involvement in an alleged multi-million-dollar bribery scheme tied to a wide-reaching political corruption scandal. “This never happened,” he said of a 2010 meeting in which a construction executive alleged Temer and two other political figures agreed to take 40 million dollars in secret party donations in [...] Read more
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