Bitcoin price, charts, market cap, and other metrics
Bitcoin price, charts, market cap, and other metrics
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/BlockChain is has gone private due to an extreme influx of ICO scams, snake-oil shills and plagiarized crypto-news blog spam. There is no application process and new members are not being added. Contacting the mod team will not result in an invitation.
/SorryForYourLoss is a place to showcase the top minds of bitcoin (and cryptocurrencies) failing to secure their precious internet money properly. It's a memorial for the countless incidents of thefts, scams, hacks, goxxes, .. etc.
This Smash Bros Youtuber has been hacked by what I think is one of those illegal bitcoin scammers, this is messed up and YouTube needs to fix this. These people are destroying his years of work. (I'll leave a link to a tweet he made about the situation)
@nytimesbusiness: RT @jswatz: This is one of those moments when many of you might be looking at the news, shaking your heads and saying to yourselves, "You know, it's probably time for me to actually figure out what Bitcoin is." I'm here to help. https://t.co/HG8nCYFTVn
Feature creep is a legitimate threat to any Bitcoin fork. The assumption that simply adding more stuff to the Bitcoin protocol is what will make it valuable is incorrect—if it were right, any alt coin could add that one extra feature and it would dominate. Not how it works.
Question: If bitcoin block reward keeps halving, and there’s less incentive to mine, what happens when no one is mining anymore? Doesn’t bitcoin need miners to process the blocks?
(ANSWERED) Sorry if this is a stupid question it’s just stuck on my mind and I don’t know the answer and haven’t found anything on it yet Answer from u/tech4marco - “The mining difficulty is self adjusting. This means that miners will always be in a "lottery" competition to find the next block for the reward plus the fees. There will always be someone that mines as there is a financial incentive. It all comes down to who has the most efficient operation with the most computing power and cheapest electricity.”
Serious discussion. What is the benefit of me buying my hemp with bitcoin or like 50 other ones, starseed botanicals takes a lot of crypto btw, instead of using VISA and cash? I am all for using it and I plan on using bitcoin for starters. My first buy to try out buying my first item with crypto!
What's the point though? I mean I personally like using it and investing in it.However, why bother? Like VISA and cash and people they are so stubborn no ones is going to go through what I went through to buy this item when VISA is just a click away.
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This might be a stupid question but what can be done eventually about bitcoins transaction speed? I read about the seg wit that didnt pan out. But it just seems like this is one of the main reasons it not scalable. But i dont really know much so any information would be sweet thanks.
FED crypto currency (CBDC)? Any one have thoughts on this & what it could possibly mean for bitcoin?...”The advent of Bitcoin as a de facto currency is forcing the global banking community to realize that they are still working on an infrastructure that is hundreds of years old - and outdated.”
"For those who don't understand what Blockstream did to Bitcoin, this is a clear illustration. The signatures on the chain can no longer validate one another, which means the implementor of Segwit is no longer accountable to anyone & therefore has 100% control of the system"
What is the whole controversy surrounding Bitcoin.com's listing of the HEX token? I'm a bit out of the loop on this one...
I was browsing through this sub when I saw that people were upset about the listing of the HEX token on the exchange. I don't know much about the token, but I heard that it was solely made for the purpose of making Richard Heart rich. Can anyone please explain in simple terms what's actually going on, and why people hate the listing of the HEX token so much right now?
Instead, Bitcoin operates in a peer-to-peer network that allows anyone in the world to send and receive Bitcoin without any middleman (like a bank, central bank or payment processor). Although there are thousands of cryptocurrencies ranked on CMC today, Bitcoin was the very first cryptocurrency ever created. About Bitcoin. Bitcoin is the original cryptocurrency released in 2009 as open-source software.It is a digital currency predicated on cryptographically secure transactions, a proof-of-work consensus model, and a decentralized, P2P distributed ledger network. To buy one Bitcoin, you would think you have to pay just what its worth on a given day but no, it is really not that simple. You can buy Bitcoins from a number of sources, cryptocurrency exchanges, local sellers on peer-to-peer platforms or even Bitcoin ATMs. In all these options, you have to pay a certain trading fee to the exchange or the ATM Bitcoin is one of the biggest buzzwords in the financial space, but many people don't know how to buy the leading cryptocurrency, a task as simple as downloading a mobile app. One of the points of bitcoin is that the cost of successive bitcoins increases steadily. So there is no standard difficulty: the first ones were easy, the last will be incredibly hard. Let’s make couple of points clear: You can’t “mine a bitcoin”. What you can mine is a block, which is currently rewarded with 12,5 bitcoins (plus the
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