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Can someone please hold my hand and walk me through how the money goes from my bank account to my electrum wallet to my empire wallet? I’ve been poring over internet guides and I feel paralyzed by options
So I just spent 5 dollars on bitcoin on the app, and I wanna know how i am able to get that money back when I decide that i wanna get the money? Like, how do I get the earnings from my investment of that. I know 5 dollars isn’t much but I was just testing it out
Can we finally get rid of the "Bitcoin Cash is Bitcoin" confusion? It only generates hatred with little benefit.
Labelling Bitcoin Cash as Bitcoin is a PR nightmare when the biggest exchanges are not on board with this definition. We forked the chain and are called Bitcoin Cash. If in a few years everybody uses Bitcoin Cash instead of Bitcoin, who cares about the name? There will be history books about the censorship and the great scaling debate, and the "real Bitcoin" being Bitcoin Cash, people will naturally research how come the currency we all use is called Bitcoin Cash and not Bitcoin. Labelling BCH as Bitcoin only creates confusion and hatred without any real longterm benefit.
Hi guys, I’m truly quite confused with the situation regarding Bitcoin. I’ve gotten ALOT of contradicting remarks. Some think it’s important, going by the logic that bitcoin mining Spurs processor development, which in turn makes the hardware cheaper for consumers. I’m just curious, what are YOUR opinions? Is bitcoin harmful or beneficial? Thanks!
What situations is it free to send bitcoin? Confused.
So I know you can send from GDAX to Binance for free for example, when do the crazy btc fees come into play? Is it only when sending from a wallet? Like if I send from Gemini to Bittrex do I have to pay a fee? Bittrex to Binance? I've been in this a while but never quite figured this out.
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Confused on how to buy crypto in Canada
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Hello, I'm brand new to all of this but want to buy a few litecoins. However, the information I find online seems quite confusing and there a lot of conflicting opinions. For example, some people say to use quadriga and others say never use it. Is there some sort of guide I can follow?
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Confused. Could a 2x supporter please explain to me...
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From what I have been following, the 2x people were initially against segwit and wanted bigger blocks, they got bigger blocks in bch so why do we require the 2x now? If you still want segwit in big blocks shouldnt you fork the bch chain as you get the big blocks and you also get segwit.
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Confused about fees, particularly with regards to Electrum Segwit wallet.
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Somewhat of a Noobie here, so go easy! Throwaway for security reasons even though it's only regarding a small amount. I had some BTC on Coinbase and shortly before the BCH fork moved it to a 'standard' Electrum wallet... I finally got around to trying to get at the small amount of BCH (so I could exchange it back to BTC) but the fees (just over $30 usd) are making it not worthwhile considering the value of the BCH... I'm not sure if I'm missing something or if this is how high the fees must be? I started following the steps here: https://electrum.org/bcc2.txt I created a new wallet for my BTC, so I didn't have to enter my seed for a wallet containing BTC on a BCH wallet (which I'll install on a different machine). The problem is I'm now trying to move my BTC (529usd worth at current rate) to the new wallet and using the slider (on Electrum Wallet 3.0.3) to set it to the smallest fee it shows the fee as 'within 25 blocks, 396 .sat/byte', which based on how much it's letting me send as 'max' I understand is about $32 usd. Is there a better way to configure things so I don't have to pay that much in fees? I don't care if the transaction takes several hours. I also tried creating the new wallet as 'Segwit' rather than standard, but the fee seems the same; my understanding was Segwit should make the fees lower, is that only if the sending and receiving wallet are Segwit (and in my case it's only the receiving one so I get no benefit in this use case)?
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Confused as to why Bcash is the "real" Bitcoin.
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Wei Dai revealed, all bitcoin confusion revealed...
edit 2: obviously i cannot break this, someone with credibility needs to repost this edit: when this goes viral the world changes...(obviously this site is rigged), If you understand this check back to see if its buried... Think without emotion, we have been fooled but don't let it tilt you. If he didn't want us to know he wouldn't have led bread crumbs: Wei Dai WI idea http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wisconsin_Idea Quote: "The Wisconsin Idea is the political policy developed in the American state of Wisconsin that fosters public universities' contributions to the state: "to the government in the forms of serving in office, offering advice about public policy, providing information and exercising technical skill, and to the citizens in the forms of doing research directed at solving problems that are important to the state and conducting outreach activities." A second facet of the philosophy is the effort "to ensure well-constructed legislation aimed at benefiting the greatest number of people." During the Progressive Era, proponents of the Wisconsin Idea saw the state as "the laboratory for democracy", resulting in legislation that served as a model for other states and the federal government.
The Wisconsin Idea is a philosophy embraced by the University of Wisconsin System, which holds that research conducted at the University of Wisconsin System should be applied to solve problems and improve health, quality of life, the environment and agriculture for all citizens of the state. This Progressive-era policy applied the expertise of the state's university to social legislation that benefited all the state's citizens; it led to classic programs such as regulation of utilities, workers' compensation, tax reform, and university extension services; sometimes expressed in the maxim that "the boundaries of the university are the boundaries of the state."
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Confused as to why the market is dipping
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I understand dips are natural and occur within any market and some dips occur just for no reason, but the dip from yesterday to today has been $500+- and I'm curious as to why it has dropped and seems to continue dropping? I understand BTC hitting $4000 yesterday would've caused a drop due to it hitting a previous milestone and $4000 being an even number, but surely that isn't the major reason it's dropped such a significant amount? I'm also aware of the Chinese exchanges issue and all that other crap.
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