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Bitcoin Discussion

A place for cultivating high-quality, open and serious discussions about Bitcoin. Your best source for ideas, discussions, and debate regarding technical, economic, business and political developments about the world's first and best cryptocurrency - Bitcoin. Welcome!
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Is there a way to find out the worth of a Bitcoin transaction at a specific point in the past?

And I'm not talking time travel. As some of you know my partner, Forlarren, and I are starting a business. The goal being to run the business with bitcoins, minus the money from our pockets to start this endeavor. We realize that at some point Taxes, nasty little word I know, are going to be an issue.
So for tax purposes we were wondering if there was an easy way to determine the worth of a bitcoin transaction at the time that it happened? I already tried Blockchain.info, the BTC button on the transaction only shows you the worth of that transaction at this moment, not the worth of the transaction when it happened. I'm already sick of the cross referencing required to determine the worth of a bitcoin transaction at the time of the event.
EDIT: Thanks for the input guys, Forlarren and I are going to use Blockchain.info for our record keeping. Thank you AdlaiC for that enlightening bit of info about the my transactions page.
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I have 15 dollars USD worth of a Bitcoin laying around (figuratively speaking) /r/Bitcoin

I have 15 dollars USD worth of a Bitcoin laying around (figuratively speaking) /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Where to buy Bitcoin with low fees (in eu)? Is it worth it to buy constantly $15 worth of BTC a month? Why does a lot of person talk about a big growth in the near future (2-5 years)? Buy and hold only?

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Should I buy a hardware wallet if I only possess $100 worth of bitcoin?

So today was my first day to purchase $100 of bitcoin using shakepay. My intention is to buy $100 worth of bitcoin every month (I’m 19yr old so a bit tight on budget) for the next 20 years. I am also not willing to trade bitcoin, will just hold onto then pretty much forever. Do you guys recommened buying a hardware wallet? Or what kind of wallet should I store my bitcoin? I know I’m not supposed to store my bitcoin in the shakepay app, but I’m pretty lost here..
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My (19F) boyfriend (24M) paid 500 dollars worth of bitcoin over a spam email about his masturbation

We've been together about a year, sometimes things have happened that make me wonder about his common sense. This is the most recent.
This message was already filtered into his spam folder but he went and responded anyway. The message was extremely badly written, but basically said they'd hacked his camera and recorded him masturbating. It claimed to have accessed all his contacts and threatened to send the videos to everyone if he didn't pay them $500 in bitcoin. It also said the exact porn material he was using would be included too. There was instructions of how to buy the bitcoins. So my boyfriend freaked out, he showed me the email panicking, I told him it's a scam ignore it. He admitted he had been watching porn and jacking off last night so it must be real, because "how else could they have known".
He actually sent the money to the address given..... I cannot believe this. It was so obviously a scam! They know lots of people jerk off to porn so they just spam that message out as a bluff to thousands of addresses knowing someone will take it personally, they have nothing over you unless you CHOOSE to respond! I explained this to him, and then he still went and fell for it!
He's angry at me for being in disbelief because "he didn't want to take the chance". So he...spent hours figuring out bitcoin exchange and forked over hundreds of dollars to who knows what for no reason? Wtf.
I just need help processing this... not trying to be mean but it's honestly so stupid to me. I feel like I've lost some respect for him because who does that? He's not an 80 year old who never learned how email works.
I feel like this lack of basic common sense is becoming more of a problem. Not sure if it's actually getting worse or I'm just less tolerant of it. But sometimes he does or says things where I just wanna be like, hello, are you okay? He treats credit cards like they're free money. He has some really bizarre beliefs, but he saw it in a youtube video so it must be true. Shit like that.
Is there a way I can get through to him that I'm not thinking of? I just feel like something is off with how he thinks but it's really hard to describe. If anyone gets what I'm talking about, or has dealt with someone like that yourself, what do you think I should do? Cut my losses or can it ever get better?
TL;DR: I explained to my boyfriend that an email in his spam folder was fake/a scam and he had nothing to worry about. Instead of ignoring it he gave them the money they wanted. I'm dumbfounded.
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Anyway to buy a small amount of bitcoin? Like $10 worth?

I'm new to bitcoin so forgive me, but everywhere I go requires you to spend like $40-50 dollars minimum before you can buy bitcoin. Anyone here know a place that let's me buy values way smaller like $5 to $10? Id appreciate being pointed in the right direction!
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The Bitcoin Network Now Consumes 7 Nuclear Plants Worth of Power. That’s a Lot of power. But more importantly, that’s a lot of network SECURITY.

The Bitcoin Network Now Consumes 7 Nuclear Plants Worth of Power. That’s a Lot of power. But more importantly, that’s a lot of network SECURITY. submitted by myhaxdontwork to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Instacoin UK - Last Chance (up to end of Oct) to get a free £10 worth of Bitcoin (same day) for £100 Bitcoin purchase

Instacoin UK , a popular cryptocurrency exchange, are updating their referral scheme from 1st November 2020. The referral amount will be adjusted to a £5 bonus for any purchase over £50. Currently it is a £10 bonus for any purchase of £100 or over.
Instacoin UK is a website which allows you to purchase Bitcoin with your Visa / MasterCard or via a bank transfer. They have been around a while used by lots of beermoneyuk users already.
Instacoin UK are going to honor the £10 bonus scheme for any new customer signing that sign up and purchase £100 of Bitcoin or over until the end of the month. You get the free £10 worth of Bitcoin immediately after purchase! The whole process (including receiving your £100 back in your bank account) should take less than an hour.
The Process
Sign up via my referral link.
Referral link: https://instacoin.uk/ref?code=54C9787
£10 bonus
Non-refferal link: https://instacoin.uk/
No bonus

Steps:

  1. Sign up with the referral link above
  2. Verify your account (driver's licence, passport or gov issued I.D)
  3. Click buy at the top of the dashboard and select BTC, with a purchase amount of £100
  4. Enter the Bitcoin wallet address you want the money paying to.
  5. Pay using by Visa / MasterCard or bank transfer.
  6. You're done! The £100 of BTC will reach your bitcoin wallet usually within 15 minutes or so.
  7. The £10 bonus you receive in the form of a code in your email after the £100 of BTC is sent. Click the email link, enter the code, provide your wallet address again and you'll receive your £10 of BTC for free :)

Once the £110 worth of Bitcoin is in your wallet you are free to do whatever you want with it. I sent mine to my BlockFi account for savings.
You can also get an additional £10 reward for every person you refer up to the end of the month, after this it is £5! Any referral bonuses are given to you at the end of the month).
Let me know if you have any questions.

UPDATE 24.10.20: There is some confusion about the referral amount as being £5 or £10. InstaCoin UK have confirmed That is you sign up with an exsisting customers link (like mine), and complete a £100 purchase before the end of October, you will receive £10 in free Bitcoin credited to your account.
My Referral link for the free £10: https://instacoin.uk/ref?code=54C9787
UPDATE 28.10.20:
Here is a copy of the email I have just received from InstaCoin. I can verify that the mempool is super busy at the moment:

We have received a number of support tickets regarding the delay in BTC confirmations. Rather than reply to everyone individually we would like to address this issue as a whole and give a quick explanation to all our users about why this is occuring:
Sometimes, for a variety of reasons, there will be a spike in the number of BTC transactions that are waiting to be confirmed. That will cause a delay in confirmation times, and increases the price of fees required for a transaction to be included in a block. You can see the current number of unconfirmed transactions here: https://www.blockchain.com/charts/mempool-count?timespan=1week.
Transaction fees directly influence how long you will have to wait for transactions to confirm. At InstaCoin, we broadcast all our transactions with a Regular fee. This fee is covered on our side. It is usually around 0.0001 BTC or £1. Up until the last few days, there has never been an issue with confirmation times.
With a high priority fee, it is likely that transactions will get confirmed quicker by miners. Currently, we are looking at a 0.001BTC/£10 fee to push through transactions at a normal rate. As you can imagine, this is not an expense InstaCoin can cover and we also believe our users would not want to pay this fee either.
We believe the best solution is the one we are currently employing. The delays are frustrating and we feel that frustration too but the current mempool (waiting room) is unprecedented and we will return back to normal ways soon.
The important takeaway we want our users to have from this is that, from our side, the BTC is sent out instantly to your wallet and usually this would get confirmed in a short space of time. At this moment things are taking a bit longer, but the end-point is that you will 100% receive this BTC eventually.

Also remember to complete your sign up and deposist before the end of the month to be certain of getting the free £10 in Bitcoin.
My sign up link again is: https://instacoin.uk/ref?code=54C9787
Sign up code: 54C9787
If you have any questions just let me know.
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This Pokémon card collector unpacked a limited edition Charizard worth $55,000. $55,000 for a piece of cardboard with pictures on it. And people out there think #Bitcoin can't reach that price? Lol, they're in for a surprise.

This Pokémon card collector unpacked a limited edition Charizard worth $55,000. $55,000 for a piece of cardboard with pictures on it. And people out there think #Bitcoin can't reach that price? Lol, they're in for a surprise. submitted by Bitcoin_Magazine to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Real Bitcoin dominance has advanced to 93.57% - according to Michael Saylor, whose MicroStrategy (MSTR) company just bought half a billion worth of bitcoins.

Real Bitcoin dominance has advanced to 93.57% - according to Michael Saylor, whose MicroStrategy (MSTR) company just bought half a billion worth of bitcoins. submitted by xboox to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Is Uphold Safe?

Greetings all,
I have just recently gotten into cryptocurrecy using the crypto I get from using the Brave browser's BAT advertising program. I was told to get an Uphold account and have been using that as my main crypto wallet.
Just today I tried the option of buying bitcoin. It allowed me to connect my debit card to my account so I could buy bitcoin but when I tried to connect my card, my bank notified me saying that it was a fraud.
Is uphold a fraud? Has anyone had any experiences I should know about going in? If so, where would be the best place to buy (not a ton, I am thinking about $10 worth of it) bitcoin.
I apologize if my requests don't make sense, I am very new to the world of cryptocurrency, also please let me know if I have posted in the wrong place.
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ELI5: How is it that sites that offer paying with Bitcoin (like The Silkroad) can operate if the worth of Bitcoin can drop or jump tens of dollars in a matter of hours

I saw a while back how the worth of the Bitcoin drastically first jumped and then fell for tens or hundreds of dollars (I forgot hot much exatcly) and I wondered how can anybody do business in that kind of a way when they're not sure if they'll be massively under or overpaying a product
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🔥 Bitcoin Rallied in less than two days, and We Experienced the Minting of about Half a Billion Worth USDT

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Approximately £10,000 worth of digital assets in the form of Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin is due to be added to the Imperial Treasury over the course of the next week as a part of the Empire of Stomaria's efforts to further diversify its holdings.

Approximately £10,000 worth of digital assets in the form of Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin is due to be added to the Imperial Treasury over the course of the next week as a part of the Empire of Stomaria's efforts to further diversify its holdings. submitted by stomaria to micronations [link] [comments]

I mean, if I had known that Bitcoin would be worth a lot in the future, I’d buy a ton of it too. (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency)

I mean, if I had known that Bitcoin would be worth a lot in the future, I’d buy a ton of it too. (x-post from /Cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Never received discord scam but here we are. almost 6 grand worth of bitcoin? i am not even a member of any crypto servers.

Never received discord scam but here we are. almost 6 grand worth of bitcoin? i am not even a member of any crypto servers. submitted by SnaxelZ to Scams [link] [comments]

[FOR HIRE] I can make you a hiphop beat or any type of beat for 10$ worth of bitcoin

I can give you a beat of your choice for 10$ per beat. I can do vocal mixing for 10$ per track. And I can mix & master any track you have for 15$ per track.
Message me for information and details, I can send you a link to listen to some of my tracks as well as to choose what fits your style most.
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Central Banks have scammed working people out of TRILLIONS of dollars since 1913, but a hacker steals $100k worth of Bitcoin, and it’s immediate headline news, the media calls it a “Bitcoin Scam”, and the FBI launches an investigation?

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Anyway to buy a small amount of bitcoin? Like $10 worth? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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[SECRET]Supporters of Internet Media Personalities (SIMP)

Supporters of Internet Media Personalities

Throughout the vast internet, a group of certain individuals have begun to coalesce.
These individuals are connected by two factors: 1) their extreme support for Internet Media Personalities, such as e-girls and OnlyFans thots, and 2) Their vast IT knowledge of IT and skill. Often outcasts in the real world, the internet had become a safe haven for them, with their Internet Media Personalities of choice acting as para-social friends.
However, their cyber skills and lack of social capabilities would be their downfall from conventional social media. In their quest for recognition from e-girls (and guys) of choice, they would be banned one by one. Some were banned for relatively harmless stunts, such as getting their streamer of choice to the front page using botnets to inflate viewcounts. Many were banned for dangerous crimes, such as complex social engineering to stalk their idols. And small group attempted the downright insane. One man almost succeeded in rigging the Lacuyan (formerly Bahamas) elections to have Pokimane become its president, whilst another cracked $12 million worth of lost bitcoin accounts and attempted to donate it to CallMeCarson (the donation ended up confiscated).
Despite the varying levels of success, over time they were banned from all meaningful social media. Essentially, they become cyber-refugees in what was once their safe-haven.
Eventually, some of these like-minded individuals were destined to cross their paths while roaming aimlessly to through the internet. Using their knowledge of computers, they would manage to set up their own "social media". Completely of the radar, except to those with a lot of time and skill. In otherwise, the perfect spot for these individuals with ample supplies of both to meet one another.
It was here that a coalition was born: the Supporters of Internet Media Personalities. They solemnly vowed to set aside their differences in e-girl preference, in order to benefit all e-girls. They would continue to support m'lady from shadows, tragically hoping to one day bask in the light of preferred Internet Media Personality.
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The Bitcoin Network Now Consumes 7 Nuclear Plants Worth of Power. That’s a Lot of power. But more importantly, that’s a lot of network SECURITY. (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency)

The Bitcoin Network Now Consumes 7 Nuclear Plants Worth of Power. That’s a Lot of power. But more importantly, that’s a lot of network SECURITY. (x-post from /Cryptocurrency) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

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