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The price charts don't care if Bitcoin is an asset or a currency or even some mutant combination of the 2. All the price charts show is whether an …
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I've been building a really cool community at Coinfeed that will be supported by a cornucopia of analysis tools. Right now I think we have one of the best news engines that pulls from over 100 sources and trims out 90% of the garbage (saves a shit load of time). Some of the other tools being developed are based on my years working as a quant on the trade floor for commodities trading firms.
I’d characterize the community as one that’s eager to learn and eager to contribute. We have some really cool people in there including doctors, entrepreneurs, professional miners, a Jimmy Song-trained/Consensys-trained blockchain/dapp developer, and even a few down-to-earth youtube influencers (they’re on the app so won’t name drop).
But here’s the thing. I want to give away $ 10 worth of BTC or Nano (member's choice) each day to one new member that joins as a promotion for all of 2018 (app is freemium). I’ve come to realize that this sounds incredibly scammy no matter how I reword it. It’s not a scam however, just a simple promotion. Like a real one. I sent Louis (the community manager for NANO) a Facebook message to see if I can post my promo in his group. (Never got a response and I can understand why).
Any social media managers out there, maybe you can help get the word out?
The app is called Coinfeed. I can’t wait to show off the features we have in store. Once we finish testing our market watch module, I fully feel we will give other apps (2.0 or not) a run for their money.
Usernames such as @John or @Rishi are still available. Hope to have you join our tribe.
Rules posted here: r/coinfeed
I was recently explaining bitcoin and blockchain to a kid – he’s a smart one and he asked me:
Who is creating the mathematical tasks for the miner computers to solve?
If they get more and more complex and difficult to solve, how are they being created in the first place? Are they already implemented in the code?
If it’s possible to upgrade the bitcoin protocol to improve it, is it not also possible then to change the rules? For example to remove the limit that there will only be ever 21million mines bitcoins?
I couldn’t answer these questions- anyone?
Am I right that by implementation everybody with a client is theoretically able to mine?
However, thinking about a Bitcoin implementation for a locally limited complementary currency:
Would it be possible (without changing half the code base) to limit the right to mine to some charitable groups and giving the other agents just the permission to do transactions?
Even though blockchain is seen to have a number of useful features for banks to utilize they are finding that putting these features into practice may prove difficult. The banking world may not trust the idea behind bitcoin, but they have realized that bitcoin’s underlying technology, the blockchain, has many valuable features that they could […]
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all of the buying guides or suggestions here on bitcoin.stackexchange seem dated and old.
does anyone have any new methods for buying bitcoin with a disposable or personal debit card?
it’s not illegal to have bitcoin (i dont think) why is it so difficult to acquire bitcoin?