Bitcoin im All: Blockstream Satellite API Beta-Version live

Aeon

Aeon (AEON) is a private, secure, untraceable currency. You are your bank, you control your funds, and nobody can trace your transfers.
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Need help. Having issues with Bitcoin-qt latest version 0.8.5-beta. See inside for details.

So i go to continue downloading the Blockchain for my Btc-qt client and get told by an error that i need to upgrade or the nodes need to upgrade after getting a previous application crash error stating that my best block could not be validated or some such jazz. can anyone point me in the right direction to fixing this. Im sure i have the latest version, unless i need to get the non beta version, but i don't think it is out yet. or at least it doesn't seem to be.
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[DISCUSSION] List of non-functional apps in iOS13

If you know about an app that doesn’t work in iOS 13 or iOS 13.1, comment the name of it and I’ll add the app to the list.
Please kindly provide the app link(s) to the app(s) you’re reporting.
⚠️ If the app is partly functional (works but has a few buggy features) or only works on select devices, please include those details in your report.
Non-Functional Apps in iOS 13 Beta
Thanks for all your app requests! I hope that this list, which will be continuously updated until the final launch of iOS 13, will help other users.
❗️This list has been discontinued. I will no longer be adding new apps to the list since iOS 13 has already been released to the public. Thanks for all your support and I’ll see you next year!
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Announcement on the KuMEX Sandbox Upgrade and Maintenance for Supporting USDT Contract

Announcement on the KuMEX Sandbox Upgrade and Maintenance for Supporting USDT Contract

https://preview.redd.it/gt9pyzou4rn41.jpg?width=1372&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=fb1b2862580b6cfe952c4891b7205de4f61564d6
The KuMEX simulation system - Sandbox - will be upgraded and undergo maintenance between 06:00 to 09:00 on March 20, 2020 (UTC). Once upgraded, the KuMEX Pro Sandbox and API will support USDT settlement of Bitcoin Perpetual Contract (in Beta version). Besides that, users can trade and do API debugging.
The maintenance and upgrade are conducted only to the KuMEX Sandbox system and will not affect the normal usage of KuMEX.
See the official announcement here:
https://www.kucoin.com/news/en-announcement-on-the-kumex-sandbox-upgrade-and-maintenance-for-supporting-usdt-contract
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Does satoshi really mean he wants bitcoin fully under law?

When someone suggest WikiLeaks should use bitcoin in 2010, Satoshi said no.
No, don't "bring it on".
The project needs to grow gradually so the software can be strengthened along the way.
I make this appeal to WikiLeaks not to try to use Bitcoin. Bitcoin is a small beta community in its infancy. You would not stand to get more than pocket change, and the heat you would bring would likely destroy us at this stage.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1735.msg26999#msg26999
I think he just don't want WikiLeaks to ruin bitcoin when it's vulnerable back in 2010.
-----------------------------------GOV-----------------------------------
Here is something satoshi talk about government.
Yes, but we can win a major battle in the arms race and gain a new territory of freedom for several years. Governments are good at cutting off the heads of a centrally controlled networks like Napster, but pure P2P networks like Gnutella and Tor seem to be holding their own.
It's a battle.
https://www.metzdowd.com/pipermail/cryptography/2008-Novembe014823.html
What do you think?
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Thông báo về việc nâng cấp và bảo trì KuMEX Sandbox để hỗ trợ hợp đồng USDT

Thông báo về việc nâng cấp và bảo trì KuMEX Sandbox để hỗ trợ hợp đồng USDT
Hệ thống mô phỏng KuMEX - Sandbox - sẽ được nâng cấp và bảo trì trong khoảng thời gian từ 13:00 đến 16:00 ngày 20 tháng 3 năm 2020 (Giờ Việt Nam). Sau khi được nâng cấp, KuMEX Pro Sandbox và API sẽ hỗ trợ thanh toán USDT của Hợp đồng vĩnh viễn Bitcoin (trong phiên bản Beta). Bên cạnh đó, người dùng có thể giao dịch và thực hiện debug API.

Việc bảo trì và nâng cấp chỉ được tiến hành đối với hệ thống Sandbox KuMEX và sẽ không ảnh hưởng đến việc sử dụng KuMEX thông thường.

https://preview.redd.it/8zcf1rv50sn41.png?width=1280&format=png&auto=webp&s=0a715a1d3a66a456741f49f2fe24e0a32853b420
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[Question] How to bypass myCelium?

Hey, unfortunately I can‘t access my bitcoin wallet. Liberty Lite (Beta) does not seem to work. Does anyone know how to fix this?
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r/Bitcoin recap - March 2018

Hi Bitcoiners!
I’m back with the fifteenth monthly Bitcoin news recap.
For those unfamiliar, each day I pick out the most popularelevant/interesting stories in Bitcoin and save them. At the end of the month I release them in one batch, to give you a quick (but not necessarily the best) overview of what happened in bitcoin over the past month.
And a lot has happened. It's easy to forget with so much focus on the price. Take a moment and scroll through the list below. You'll find an incredibly eventful month.
You can see recaps of the previous months on Bitcoinsnippets.com
A recap of Bitcoin in March 2018
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Satoshi's complaint against Bitcoin was staged.

One of the last posts Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamato wrote before he disappeared made a direct reference to the emerging story of WikiLeaks."The project needs to grow gradually so the software can be strengthened along the way. I make this appeal to WikiLeaks not to try to use Bitcoin. Bitcoin is a small beta community in its infancy. You would not stand to get more than pocket change, and the heat you would bring would likely destroy us at this stage." he wrote in 2010.
"It would have been nice to get this attention in any other context. WikiLeaks has kicked the hornet’s nest, and the swarm is headed towards us." Satoshi would add later on, before vanishing, leaving behind one of the most enduring mysteries of our times.
Julian Assange and WikiLeaks would agree. They would establish a payments channel in Bitcoin on June 14, 2011. This was after the price had boomed and a growing community of miners and users started gathering, but not before the same political pressure that caused major financial institutions to submit to censure could be applied to the nascent Bitcoin community. The Bitcoin WikiLeaks would receive after would, in Julian's words, "[see] us through the extralegal US banking blockade."
https://www.forbes.com/sites/rogerhuang/2019/04/26/how-bitcoin-and-wikileaks-saved-each-othe
Doesn't it seem like Satoshi's complaint (and most everything about Satoshi's opinions) was staged to achieve this "saving of each other"? See: https://www.coindesk.com/assange-bitcoin-wikileaks-helped-keep-alive
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The first Bitcoin Cash coin mixer [BETA]

There was no coin mixer for Bitcoin Cash, so I made one :)
https://coinmix.to/
Please help me test it (but don't send more than a couple of bucks - the code is fresh so there can be bugs!)
The mixer has a twist - it plays a little lottery with the fees to incentivise usage.
There are 2 addresses: forward and return (optional). It improves privacy by allowing you to split the amount.
There will be FAQ later on the site, for now if you have any questions - just ask.
Please report any issues, even minor ones, and also any feedback is greatly appreciated.
Please DO NOT send large amounts yet! Not only the code is not properly tested, but you will also get no protection, because the pool size of mixed coins is currently just 0.02 BCC and there are not many people using the service.
I cannot stress this enough:

PLEASE STOP SENDING LARGE AMOUNTS!

It's like a 20 foot tall person trying to "blend in with the crowd".
It's trivial to link your accounts at this stage!
FAQ added to the site.
Let me know if you have any more questions or something is still not clear.

INVESTMENT

https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/6xn6xg/the_first_bitcoin_cash_coin_mixer_beta/dml2qx

Penetration test bounty:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2153230
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The first Bitcoin Cash coin mixer Coinmix.to has officially launched.

The first Bitcoin Cash coin mixer Coinmix.to has officially launched.
Spread the word! The quality of a mixing service depends on the number of people using it. And it will also make the lottery a lot more fun :)
https://coinmix.to
Make sure to read the FAQ before using it.
Report any issues, however small, please. You can find me on reddit (NxtChg), twitter (@nxtchg), email (address is in the FAQ) or you can chat with me real-time in our bcc-projects slack.
I would also appreciate any ideas of how to promote it, since I'm a programmer and not a business guy.
Original topic: https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/6xn6xg/the_first_bitcoin_cash_coin_mixer_beta/
P.S. the lottery right now is rather generous ;-)
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If Bitcoin, not just blockchain, is the beta testing model for the planet's nervous system — a way to keep track of and organize freely available resources — then what specific functions does it need to improve/innovate in the next few years?

While we wait for this BCH drama to unfold and settle, I thought it might be a nice time to go deep into the real world use case for Bitcoin in the long term...
So... at some point in our planet's future, once we evolve towards a healthier and more advanced Star Trek Next Generation type society, where technology helps us find and create most of the things we need, easily and for free (and money is no longer a part of day to day life), we're going to need a global logistics network to keep track of all the various resources that are freely available to anyone/everyone.
I imagine that local communities/organizations will be the ones maintaining stores (in the original sense of storing things, not selling them) of resources on offer. These resources will be things that the locals over-produce and don't necessarily need anymore. Like how some places have lots of apple trees, and don't want all of those damned apples, but don't want them to go to waste either. And then the smaller housing units will be the ones to request items (ideally from the closest store/community).
The new/different functions I see as being needed for this global resource tracking network to happen are:
New resource entry: as soon as excess materials are up for grabs, waiting to be used by anyone who wants them, the materials will need to be listed in the database (what Bitcoin calls the ledger). Currently Bitcoin is too centralized for allowing new "coins" to be added to the system, so this would be a totally new function.
Integrate the real world with the blockchain: the resources that are added need to be confirmed in some way, so that there are no duplicate entries, or entries for things that aren't actually freely available. Maybe each local community has its own smaller ledger that gets maintained "off chain" from the global one, and is somehow "uploaded" to the larger one when items can be confirmed by humans/robots/whatever from neighboring communities. I guess you could say that this is block "mining" in real life!
Search: the whole thing needs to have some kind of highly organized and standardized way to categorize every item available. This probably means that each item's "address" might be a combination of lots of different descriptors, from geographic location to materials to possible uses. So, like: "@44.3369603,-69.4138487; 2018.10.8.11:20; 20 pound box of apples; granny smith variety; moderate condition; human food; cider making; pie making; turkey food; deer food; compost..."
Efficiency assessment: everything from maintaining the servers to directing transactions (which offer goes to which requester) needs to be as time/energy efficient as possible. This means incorporating some kind of energy cost factor in a transaction so the most efficient transaction can be chosen by the requester (they have ultimate say on which one to choose, but the system will help them compare options).
Anything else?
I imagine that Bitcoin will eventually be combined with some other system. Maybe something that Amazon and/or Google is working on. Bitcoin will provide the beta testing for the most robust, efficient global functionality of a tracking system on servers across the planet, while search and categorizing might come from some other project.
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06-23 23:33 - 'Bitcoin alternative now in beta!!' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/airball77 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-9min

'''
Several Stamford PHDs just came out with a beta of a new crypto called PI. You won’t be able to mine PI until January but you can earn PI now through establishing secure human connections. It takes way less energy to mine than bitcoin and the goal is to not have all the coin end up in the hands of a select few. The only way you can join the app is if another human invites you with their referral code. Every coin you earn will be transferred to a real wallet in January when the Mainnet goes live. They have several dozen pages of information on why this will be a success once you’re in the app. All you have to do is go to the App Store, click on Pi network, and use code CryptoKing77. It’s $0 with a chance at a whole lot more. Good luck and go bitcoin!
'''
Bitcoin alternative now in beta!!
Go1dfish undelete link
unreddit undelete link
Author: airball77
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dogecoin stack exchange Update

Update : We have the full quotient of shibes for the definition stage for but still need another 24 more questions with a score of 10 or more

plz join!

Have you heard of stackoverflow (https://stackoverflow.com/)? It is a stack on stack exchange.
There is a proposal in progress to start a stack for dogecoin on stack exchange with 63 shibes following it. The proposal is currently in Definition stage. It needs to pass through the following stages in order to be a fully qualified stack on stack exchange
The bitcoin stack is in beta : https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/ and shows what can be done but I expect the dogecoin stack would be a lot more fun!
In order to complete the definition phase we need
If you would like to help with the proposal, please do the following: go to area51 on stack exchange (https://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/110056) and follow dogecoin.
We need 40 questions with a score of 10 or more to get to the next stage. You get five votes, use them wisely! There is no point upvoting a question with a score of 10 or more, so look for question you like with lower scores and upvote.
You get five questions. Join in, ask a question.

To the Mooooooon!

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Beyond FUD AND FOMA: explain why your alt coin is the best fork and why. This is relevant to the future of Crypto currency!

I want to first thanks everyone who explains the complexities. Bitcoin might be the Beta of this technology, so I want to hear why! Please downvote all non technical explanations and consider them shillery: that is anything that can be explained in a sentence.
Edit: insert (crypto currency) because of this (buzzword). /s is FOMA and buzzwords. No explanation to why or how.
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The only bitcoin ATM remaining in China was intentionally disabled and functions as an ornament

From Google Translate (slightly edited for readability):
"The bitcoin ATM machine [installed for beta testing a week earlier] has been removed."
"Due to policy considerations, [our bitcoin ATM] will not be released again in mainland China."
"This leaves one remaining Bitcoin ATM in China -- Bit China (Shanghai)'s Lamassu machine, which was intentionally disabled after the country issued a virtual currency ban. [It cannot be operated and functions as an ornament.]"
It appears that this bitcoin ATM was a "beta test" machine that does bitcoin vending only. Instead of inserting cash, the customer pays for the purchase using Alipay or WeChat Pay. But the seller of the bitcoin is not the bitcoin ATM operator, the seller is from a P2P marketplace. So the buyer's payment goes directly to the seller. The machine distributes a card with a QR code, which is [either a private key ??, or perhaps a voucher that can be redeemed online and the bitcoins are then withdrawn to the buyer's BitPay wallet].
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Dogecoin on Stack Exchange

Have you heard of stackoverflow (https://stackoverflow.com/)? It is a stack on stack exchange.
There is a proposal in progress to start a stack for dogecoin on stack exchange with 51 shibes following it.
The proposal is currently in Definition stage. It needs to pass through the following stages in order to be a fully qualified stack on stack exchange
The bitcoin stack is in beta : https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/ and shows what can be done but I expect the dogecoin stack would be a lot more fun!
In order to complete the definition phase we need
If you would like to help with the proposal, please do the following:
To the Moooon!
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To all apologists: Bitcoin is still in beta

I'm hearing more and more apologists excuse the lack of marketing, the lack of exchanges, the slow pace of the foundation and the greedy and unethical way the foundation is baking with 4 years of unvested Tezos on day one all down to Tezos being in beta.
Well guess what, Bitcoin is also in beta, but you don't see that being used as an excuse to hold back their ecosystem.
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Why The US Government Have Likely Already Approved Bitcoin

Hey Reddit, throwaway account. I'm currently doing some research for an article I hope to have published later this month. I have a very, very rough draft at the moment and your feedback would be lovely.
The Elephant in the Room
Bitcoin is an enigma. It has renowned economists like Paul Krugman entirely perplexed whilst Silicon Valley CEO's are falling over one another to get a piece of the action. The headlines change on a daily basis: “It's A Ponzi Scheme!”, “It's Gold 2.0!” , “It's A Bubble!”, “It's The New Internet!”.
As a result of these, often conflicting articles, it's value shoots up and down like a yo-yo, swinging wildly to the slightest bit of news, good or bad.
Of course, these swings wouldn't be so exaggerated if there was a simple way to address the elephant in the room...is bitcoin legal?
Government officials have been oddly quiet in addressing this question. Aside from some rudimentary FINCEN guidelines and a vague ECB report, there's been no statement one way or another about its legal status.
Whilst I can't provide any definitive proof as to what decisions have and are being made behind closed government doors, I do think it's just possible we already have enough circumstantial evidence to suggest that the US government has already given Bitcoin the thumbs up.
Satoshi's Lament
Back in December 2010 Satoshi was involved in a heated discussion amongst Bitcoin developers on BitcoinTalk as to whether they should support Julian Assange by offering Bitcoin as a means to bypass the notorious banking blockade that had rendered Wikileaks' cash reserves impotent. Bitcoin's creator, Satoshi Nakamoto, was extremely wary that any association with Julian and Wikileaks would 'bring too much heat' to the project.
“No, don't 'bring it on'” he pleaded with his fellow developers. “The project needs to grow gradually so the software can be strengthened along the way.” He went on to clarify. “I make this appeal to WikiLeaks not to try to use Bitcoin. Bitcoin is a small beta community in its infancy. You would not stand to get more than pocket change, and the heat you would bring would likely destroy us at this stage.”
By 'destroy us', he was likely talking about a government or corporation pulling the trigger on this nascent project. Amongst other things, Satoshi was fearful that if a nefarious entity such as a commercial bank got wind of the project, at that point in time they could have easily compromised the project by purchasing enough computing power to overrun the network (known as a 51% attack).
Despite Satoshi's protestations, Wikileaks went along and adopted Bitcoin and, it seemed Satoshi's worst fears were confirmed when, just 4 months later in April 2011, Gavin Andresen (now lead developer at the Bitcoin Foundation) announced that the C.I.A. had contacted him.
“I'm going to give a presentation about Bitcoin at the C.I.A headquarters in June at an emerging technologies conference...I accepted the invitation to speak because the fact that I was invited means Bitcoin is already on their radar, and I think it might be a good chance to talk about why I think Bitcoin will make the world a better place. I think the goals of this project are to create a better currency...I don't think any of those goals are incompatible with the goals of government.”
Satoshi disappeared shortly after.
Gavin recently spoke to the New Yorker about the event. "...I think people realized once I got invited to speak at the C.I.A. that there was no kind of hiding. They, whoever “they” are, already knew about this project." [Source: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/elements/2013/04/the-future-of-Bitcoin.html]
The Silk Road Goes Live
2011 also saw the release of the notorious 'Ebay for Drugs' website, Silk Road. It received much press attention, first breaking in June via Gawker where a developer described his experience of buying LSD through the site as "Kind of like being in the future". It was clear that the Silk Road was where Bitcoin would find its first major real-world trading niche and it's not a coincidence that the BTC price, client downloads and trading volume began to skyrocket after its inception. [Source: http://gizmodo.com/5805928/the-underground-website-where-you-can-buy-any-drug-imaginable]
A week after the Gawker article, Senator Chuck Schumer called a press conference where he went on record demanding that the Silk Road be shut down “Something must be done about Silk Road...Literally, it allows buyers and users to sell illegal drugs online, including heroin, cocaine, and meth, and users sell by hiding their identities through a program that makes them virtually untraceable...[it's] the most brazen attempt to peddle drugs online that we have ever seen. It's more brazen than anything else by lightyears." he told the assembled press.
As an aside, it is worth noting that the program that “hides user identities” is TOR, developed by the US Naval Research laboratory and endorsed by Senator Hilary Clinton (Schuman's former co-Senator from the state of New York) as “an important tool for freedom of expression around the world”. Indeed, the TOR Project claims that over 80% of its funding in 2012 came directly from the U.S Government [Source: Tor Project Annual Report 2012]
The Radar Screen Lights Up
Suddenly, thanks to the Silk Road and Wikileaks, Bitcoin was now on the radar of those in public office. The question on everyones lips must have been “How do we kill Bitcoin (and by extension Wikileaks and Silkroad)?”
The C.I.A, thanks to Gavin, were now fully aware of the threat Bitcoin posed to the the current monetary system, and the illegal activities it was funding via Silk Road and other places would have done nothing but confound their concerns (or so you would think). They must have also known (just as Satoshi did) that if there was ever an opportunity to kill Bitcoin (either with regulation, criminal proceedings and/or a 51% attack) then it was back then, in 2011, with the network still in its infancy, that they should strike.
We should have expected the kind of domain seizures that we saw with the likes of Megaupload; Bitcointalk, Bitcoin.org and the Bitcoin Foundation should have been wiped off the map. They could have also moved with the banks to shutdown any accounts seen to be associated with Bitcoin trading (as we saw happen with Online Gambling websites during the Bush Regime). They could have then disrupted what remained of the Bitcoin network by performing a relatively cheap and simple 51% attack.
And yet, none of that happened... Bitcoin.org and the Bitcoin Foundation have been left to prosper and go from strength to strength. VC's, Wall Street traders and the average Joe were all left free to pump money into this burgeoning experiment without any government intervention whatsoever.
Eric, Julian and the Bilderberg Group
Back in 2010 Google dipped their toes into the world of virtual currencies, acquiring a little known company called Jambool for $70m. For awhile they ran a platform called Social Gold which was later usurped in 2011 by Facebook Credits (Facebook's attempt at a virtual currency). This was phased out in mid-2012. Techcrunch cites that this was likely due to the problems Facebook had encountered in educating the public about using another form of currency, and goes on to speculate that by offering a centralised means of exchange, Facebook may have also faced increasing legal and regulatory scrutiny.
In June 2011, Julian Assange met Eric Schmidt online in a secret 5 hour chat in which they discussed - amongst other things - Bitcoin. The full transcript - which was leaked last month - is available here: http://wikileaks.org/Transcript-Meeting-Assange-Schmidt
Also in attendance at the meeting was Jared Cohen, a former Secretary of State advisor to Hillary Clinton, Scott Malcomson, Director of Speechwriting for Ambassador Susan Rice at the US State Department and current Communications Director of the International Crisis Group, and Lisa Shields, Vice President of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Here's an excerpt:
JA: ...there’s also a very nice little paper that I’ve seen in relation to Bitcoin, that… you know about Bitcoin?
ES: No.
JA: Okay, Bitcoin is something that evolved out of the cypherpunks a couple of years ago, and it is an alternative… it is a stateless currency.

JA: And very important, actually. It has a few problems. But its innovations exceed its problems. Now there has been innovations along these lines in many different paths of digital currencies, anonymous, untraceable etc. People have been experimenting with over the past 20 years. The Bitcoin actually has the balance and incentives right, and that is why it is starting to take off. The different combination of these things. No central nodes. It is all point to point. One does not need to trust any central mint….
...
ES: That's very interesting
So, now we know Bitcoin was on the radar of the C.I.A, various politicians and, thanks to Julian, the CEO of Google was now beginning to get an inkling as to its disruptive potential.
Just 13 days prior to the Assange meet, Eric had attended the annual meeting of the notoriously secretive Bilderberg Group in St. Moritz, Switzerland and went on to attend the meet again in June 2012.
Topics of discussion included:
Some of the 2011/12 attendees included:
Heads of Barclays Bank, AXXA, HSBC and the President of The World Bank Group were also in attendance.
[Source: http://www.bilderbergmeetings.org/index.php]
To see so many tech luminaries in attendance at Bilderberg is indicative of the kind of power and respect that geeks and hackers now command in shaping the world stage. Just how many high-level decisions are being influenced by this new technorati is hard to say, but in a rapidly changing world where technology is moving faster than the old rules remain relevant, we are seeing that people, united through technology on a global scale – not governments – are dictating the speed of change.
Joining The Dots
None of this means that bitcoins ride is going to be friction-free - just because Eric Schmidt is open to the idea of bitcoin displacing traditional currencies (as he and Jared Cohen alluded to in a recent CNBC interview), does not mean that Douglas Flint (Group Chairman, HSBC) is going to be equally enthused.
However, I do think that if we join up all the dots the general conclusion that we can draw looks overwhelmingly positive for the future of bitcoin. That so many powerful actors within the intelligence community, technology industry and government have let bitcoin survive this long is almost an endorsement itself.
It suggests to me that any nefarious corporations that attempt to shutdown bitcoin because of a perceived threat to their business model, will be met by those same powerful actors coming together to ensure they will have a very tough fight on their hands.
Indeed, in the years to come, we may well see Hilary Clinton coming out to trumpet bitcoin as “an important tool for freedom of expression around the world” in much the same way she praised the TOR project.
And perhaps, ultimately, we will discover that bitcoin, like TOR, was also developed by the US Naval Research Laboratory.
Though I prefer to think it was just some lone genius sitting in his attic who accidentally changed the world.
Whatever may be the case, it seems that - for now at least - our governments have handed their people a rare gift – the freedom to shape their own future.
It's up to us to try not to screw that up.
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Coinmix.to updated.

"Official" launch will probably be on Tuesday, but the next version is already uploaded on the site, so you can preview and test it.
The FAQ is also updated and expanded.
https://coinmix.to
Please report any issues, however small - the code is fresh and there are probably still bugs in it :)
Previous topic: https://www.reddit.com/btc/comments/6xn6xg/the_first_bitcoin_cash_coin_mixer_beta/
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Shameless Self Promotion Thread! - Who Has a BCH or ZEC Store to Share? - Friday 2/2

This is a recurring thread that is weekly on Fridays and is meant to be a place where people can share their OpenBazaar stores and encourage buyers from within our community to shop. This week we want to particularly call for new Bitcoin Cash & Zcash (Beta) stores that have been set up since support for these coins was launched this week!
In your post, please include these three things:
And this is optional but HIGHLY encouraged!
Ready to shop but still haven't downloaded OpenBazaar? Do so now at https://openbazaar.org/download
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Shameless Self Promotion Thread! - BTC, BCH and/or ZEC Stores, Show Us What You Got! - Friday 2/9

This is a recurring thread that is weekly on Fridays and is meant to be a place where people can share their OpenBazaar stores and encourage buyers from within our community to shop. This also marks the first full of having Bitcoin Cash & Zcash (Beta) stores available so if you have a new store set up with one of these additional new coins, tell us about it!
In your post, please include these three things:
And this is optional but HIGHLY encouraged!
PLEASE NOTE the same rules apply to this thread as our entire subreddit: Posts that discuss using OpenBazaar for illegal activity will be removed.
Ready to shop but still haven't downloaded OpenBazaar? Do so now at https://openbazaar.org/download
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Cryptocurrency

Hey, check this out: [Bitcoin Cash Developers Launch Beta Bchd Client Written in Golang - Bitcoin News] (via Quarry app) https://quarryshare.page.link/cyHAp2jUaKeMCAbHA
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