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Jake's Crypto Retrieval Services

I specialize in retrieving coins stuck in addresses where they are not meant to go. I.e. Litecoin to Bitcoin addresses and vice-versa. Will reply within the same day. Email:[email protected]
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Cryptocurrency for porn

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VICE: Bitcoin For Food Safety

VICE: Bitcoin For Food Safety submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

VICE: Bitcoin is about to blast past $5,000 — and that’s a problem

Not at problem if you're hodling for a lambo ;) Babs
Bitcoin is about to blast past $5,000 — and that’s a problem: https://news.vice.com/story/bitcoin-is-about-to-blast-past-5000-and-thats-a-problem
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VICE: Bitcoin For Food Safety

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Crypto Vice: Bitcoin Gambling Online

Crypto Vice: Bitcoin Gambling Online submitted by BanksWorstFear to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Crypto Vice: Bitcoin Gambling Online

Crypto Vice: Bitcoin Gambling Online submitted by thedaemon23 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

It's a constant question what to expect from the crypto market 💆‍♂️ According to Crypterium analytics, there is high probability of Bitcoin going down to $9,000 in the nearest future. Ethereum, vice versa, has great fundamental news and may hit $400 😏 Find detailed analysis in our Crypto Daily!

It's a constant question what to expect from the crypto market 💆‍♂️ According to Crypterium analytics, there is high probability of Bitcoin going down to $9,000 in the nearest future. Ethereum, vice versa, has great fundamental news and may hit $400 😏 Find detailed analysis in our Crypto Daily! submitted by Crypterium_app to crypterium_com [link] [comments]

Why won't my BCH funds show up in Electron Cash (and vice versa) if I import a key created from the Bitcoin.com wallet?

So I created a wallet on the Bitcoin.com app and then tried to import it on Electron Cash, and my funds don't show up. What should I do in this case?
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It's a constant question what to expect from the crypto market 💆‍♂️ According to Crypterium analytics, there is high probability of Bitcoin going down to $9,000 in the nearest future. Ethereum, vice versa, has great fundamental news and may hit $400 😏 Find detailed analysis in our Crypto Daily!

It's a constant question what to expect from the crypto market 💆‍♂️ According to Crypterium analytics, there is high probability of Bitcoin going down to $9,000 in the nearest future. Ethereum, vice versa, has great fundamental news and may hit $400 😏 Find detailed analysis in our Crypto Daily! submitted by Crypterium_app to Crypterium [link] [comments]

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden Says He Doesn’t Own Any Bitcoin

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden Says He Doesn’t Own Any Bitcoin submitted by ShotBot to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Is Bootstrapping the Gambling Sector and Vice Versa

Bitcoin Is Bootstrapping the Gambling Sector and Vice Versa submitted by Findingthecure to CryptoMarkets [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Is Bootstrapping the Gambling Sector and Vice Versa

Bitcoin Is Bootstrapping the Gambling Sector and Vice Versa submitted by Findingthecure to Crypto_Currency_News [link] [comments]

If I have a company that trades the customer's fiat money to Bitcoin (but never vice versa), do I have to compel with the KYC process?

I was thinking about starting my own company, but I need the client to buy Bitcoin through fiat (but I don't need to trade backwards - Bitcoin to fiat). Am I legally obligated to implement a KYC process?
I was hoping for someone to know that! I'm based in Europe, if that info is necessary.
Also, is there any company out there that provides an API for this (with low fees)?
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Favorite entry/exit points for converting USD to Bitcoin and vice versa

US person here looking for this community's advice on favorite entry/exit points for exchanging USD to Bitcoin and vice versa.
Edit: Looking for favorite methods and/or services to convert USD to Bitcoin and vice versa.
Edit: Changed "convert" to "exchange"
Thanks!
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Bitcoin Is Bootstrapping the Gambling Sector and Vice Versa

Bitcoin Is Bootstrapping the Gambling Sector and Vice Versa submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

How Are All These 3000+ Cryptocurrencies Different? What makes Bitcoin different from others and vice-versa?

How Are All These 3000+ Cryptocurrencies Different? What makes Bitcoin different from others and vice-versa? submitted by Mr_SauravKT to CryptoCurrencies [link] [comments]

"Bitcoin consumes more energy than [insert country here]", "Bitcoin is DESTROYING the planet", "Bitcoin could cost us our green future" A deeper look into bullshit.

As you might have noticed there has been an explosion of mainstream media article about Bitcoin's energy consumption. I won't link these crap but here are the titles:
So what is the info? Where does it come from? How did they come up with it? Is it true?
What is the info
Wrapped in sensationalism, the info is the following:
energy consumption of the bitcoin network, which is responsible for verifying transactions made with the cryptocurrency, is 30.14TWh a year
Where does it come from
Following direct links, or going through endless source circle of newspaper quoting one another, the source for absolutely all of these news article is the following website:
https://digiconomist.net/bitcoin-energy-consumption
The about section contains the following:
Digiconomist is a platform that provides in-depth analysis, opinions and discussions with regard to Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The goal of Digiconomist is to cover any relevant financial, economic or regulatory cryptocurrency-related topic.
Additionally a quick look at the website shows a few things: 1. The website only talks about ETH and BTC 2. Outside of the blog posts it almost only talks about energy consumption (there is an ETH obituaries) 3. Blog posts started in march 2014 4. The domain was registered the 2014-07-03 5. No address, no country, no name, no foundation, no agency... Who are they?
Disregarding the fact that it comes from a no name website the, info is right there with a nice graph and even a methodology explained with a pretty infochart. It almost looks to good for a blog about cryptos. How did the Bloomberg, ars technica and the like found this website? I do not know, but when they did a ready to use report for newspaper was there waiting for them. Also, the graph as an url embedded at the bottom: "bitcoinenergyconsumption.com" which interestingly enough is a redirect for Digiconomist.
Also the bottom of the page on consumption has a list of news articles referring to this website for their sensationalist claims.
How did they come up with it
So as I said the methodology is there, and the result of it is there too:
Bitcoin's current estimated annual electricity consumption* (TWh) 32.53
So let's dive into the methodology on a step by step process, first of all, a further detailed methodology is shown here
  1. First, calculate the "Annualized global mining revenues (USD)", the website says: $13,487,831,695 As of this writing, on fork.lol, the reward for BTC is around r = 240 000 USD per block. r * 6 * 24 * 365 = 12 614 400 000. This is the same order of magnitude, but not good enough. Including the BCH reward as well (17 639 as we speak) gives : C = 13 541 505 840 USD. Seems about right.
  2. Calculate the mining operating cost "Annualized estimated global mining costs" : $1,626,480,051 This is easy, it is simply 60% of the previous number C * 0.6 = 8 124 903 504 USD ??? Ok this is weird, their number is not even 60%, it is more like 12%. So where is that number coming from?? Turns out this 60% assumption is not used at all in the calculation...
  3. Disregard the previous step
  4. Calculate the current total hashrate on the network: 14.12 ExaHashes/s at the time of these lines
  5. Assume the following:
Since the marginal product of mining is equal to the number of Bitcoins received per unit of mining effort, it would thus be expected that miners will either add more hashrate if the resulting revenue exceeds associated electricity costs, or reduce the hashrate once electricity costs start exceeding the revenue per hash. This also means that it is expected that the total network of Bitcoin miners is always mining at the calculate-able break-even efficiency. The break-even efficiency for Bitcoin mining can simply be calculated as:
W per GH/s=(price∙BTC/day)/(price per kWh ∙ 24hrday)
In layman terms, this means that they assume that the number of miners is always the exact amount for break even. This is a fair assumption. The formula that follows it make no sense without the context it came with in that working paper. A quick look at this document shows concerning mathematical mistakes... I have tried for far too long, I cannot reproduce any of their numbers...
So is it true? No
These numbers are not reproducible, they make no sense and calculated using a dubious paper by some professor of "social research". I assume he is also the owner of the website because his name appears way too often in there...The university where he studies has a nice wikipedia page:
The New School is a private non-profit research university centered in Manhattan, New York City, USA, located mostly in Greenwich Village. It was founded in 1919 as an institution dedicated to academic freedom and intellectual inquiry, serving as a home for progressive thinkers.
The real estimation
This is actually pretty straight forward. The maximum ever reached in hash rate was 16.5 exahashes/s according to fork.lol.
This is equivalent to 1.18 million S9 ant miner at 14 TH/s. Assuming everyone suck and they all have old hardware with crappy PSU. Let's say each S9 consumes 2000W. This is a 17520000 Wh per year per miner, which yields 20.67 TWh.
So peak production with very negatives assumptions yields a number 40% lower...
General critic
Deriving consumption from the mining revenue is purely ludicrous.
No including the fees in the mining revenue calculation is also ludicrous.
If your numbers are not reproducible, they are worthless.
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If I buy Bitcoin in the UK and sell it in Australia (or vice versa) how does that complicate tax?

I'm a dual citizen but reside in AU - My initial plan is to buy with my UK tax-free inheritance using £GBP, probably wait for a short time for the value to increase to cover the fees, and sell partially for AUD$, while holding the rest as a Bitcoin investment for more than a year, or until the peak of the next bull run.
In Australia if you hold for more than a year there's a 50% discount in capital gains tax, but what if I didn't buy it in Aus?
I'm unsure how to pay the least tax when I sell Bitcoin. The UK tax-free exemption yearly limit for all investments is £11,700 so perhaps I can sell this much worth for £ each year. Then if I spend it with my UK debit card in AU does that have tax implications in AU?
Thanks!
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[H] $11k Bitcoin / Ethereum / Crypto [W] Gloves Vice, King Snake, Pandora

Trade
I'm looking for these gloves -
★ Sport Gloves | Vice (Factory New) - 11 000$
★ Driver Gloves | King Snake (Factory New) 10 000$
★ Sport Gloves | Pandora's Box (Factory New) 8 500$
b/o higher, if your gloves have #1 float, i pay better.
I will not add you if one of these gloves is not in your inventory.
I need only Factory New, do not add me with other qualities.
If you have, I am ready to buy them from you for Crypto, at a market price.
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Vice Network: Providing Decentralized Solutions for Safe and Secure Casino and Sport Betting - The Bitcoin News

Vice Network: Providing Decentralized Solutions for Safe and Secure Casino and Sport Betting - The Bitcoin News submitted by ShibN to CryptoMarkets [link] [comments]

Vice President of St. Louis FED David Andolfatto on Central Banks, Gold & Bitcoin - Sept 16 2019 - A Must Watch...

Vice President of St. Louis FED David Andolfatto on Central Banks, Gold & Bitcoin - Sept 16 2019 - A Must Watch... submitted by Fiach_Dubh to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin benefiting from Nano and vice-versa

I got an idea which Im not sure if it is already being implemented.
Nano transactions are sub-second. Converting a BTC to Nano and vice-versa is also instant.
So, my idea is building kind of a plugin from which BTC holders benefits from the Nano protocol to transfer bitcoins. In other words, Bitcoin is the gold and Nano is the super-highway from which BTC will travel.
When a BTC is sent from a Wallet A to a Wallet B, it actually is converted into Nano and when it arrives to its destination, it is converted back to Bitcoin. Total time spent in the transfer + converting 2 times should be less than 2 seconds. Nano’s transactions are feeless.
Is this feasible or being implemented in a way that is easy to be used/installed by the dumbest BTC holder?
If yes, I think this will make LN unnecessary.
Im saying Bitcoin but Nano protocol can actually be the super highway of any coin to move from one point to another.
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The Seven Myths of Bitcoin -- by George Kikvadze (Executive Vice Chairman, Bitfury)

The Seven Myths of Bitcoin -- by George Kikvadze (Executive Vice Chairman, Bitfury) submitted by BitfuryGeorge to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Inside a Secret Chinese Bitcoin Mine - YouTube Everything You Need to Know About Bitcoin: VICE Podcast ... Bitcoin: Beyond The Bubble - Full Documentary - YouTube Addicted to Bitcoin: The Cryptocurrency Rehab Center - YouTube Bitcoin and Vices Part 1: Pride

Bitcoin News Articles from Vice report tag. Crypto-Fueled Market Openbazaar to Close Shop Unless OB1 Raises Community Funding Bitcoin Cash is an altcoin launched in 2017 arising from a fork of Bitcoin (BTC). Hence why they both share the same address format. Not only its seen with Bitcoin cash but is common for coins that are created through a fork of the Bitcoin blockchain. Not only their addresses are same in structure but the keys to the addresses are also same for ... Der Bitcoin Kurs berechnet sich durch Angebot und Nachfrage. Mehr Käufer als Verkäufer bedeutet, dass der Bitcoin Kurs steigt und vice versa. Bitcoin ist auf verschiedenen Börsen gelistet, deshalb kann es zu einem Zeitpunkt auf verschiedenen Börsen unterschiedliche Preise geben. Der Bitcoin Kurs ist sehr volatil! Bereits mehrfach gab es ... Paypal to Allow Users to Buy and Sell Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies. Following the announcement, Bitcoin prices rose to over $12,000. Cryptocurrency News. Read the latest news about cryptocurrency. Copyright 2020 © Vicetoken.com error:

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Inside a Secret Chinese Bitcoin Mine - YouTube

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