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BlackCoin is a digital currency similar to Bitcoin. It is a pure Proof of Stake coin, except stage of initial distribution, when it was mixed PoW and PoS coin. For more info, go to http://blackcoin.org/
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The_HempCoin

The HempCoin (THC) is a cryptocurrency that runs on an open source blockchain, similar to Bitcoin. THC was created in 2014 to serve as a payment solution for businesses in the agriculture, hemp, legal cannabis, and tobacco industries.
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CryptoCurrency Talk and Offers

News on Bitcoin, Monero, Ethereum, Litecoin and all the other cryptocurrencies in the market. Cryptocurrency mining, trading and news talk. Cryptocurrency giveaways, coin airdrops and similar is welcome if legitimate. No scam and non-stop spam.
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There is no split in November. Let's call it like it is, Amaury is choosing to create his own (forked) coin that pays one address 8% of mined funds. In that sense, it is similar to ZClassic, Bitcoin Gold or Bitcoin Candy

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Top 25 Questions and answer About Cryptocurrency

Top 25 Questions and answer About Cryptocurrency
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Cryptocurrencies have now become a buzz word. Despite the resilience that it faced initially, cryptocurrencies have come a long way. There are a total of around 5000 cryptocurrencies circulating in the market. If you plan to make a career in this domain, you need to run through the following questions.
1. What is a cryptocurrency?
Cryptocurrency is a digital currency that is transacted on a distributed ledger platform or decentralized platform or Blockchain. Any third party does not govern it, and the transaction takes place between peer-to-peer.
2. When was the first Cryptocurrency introduced?
The first Cryptocurrency or Bitcoin was introduced in the year 2009.
3. Who created Cryptocurrency?
Satoshi Nakamoto gave the first Cryptocurrency. The white paper for the same was given in 2008 and a computer program in 2009.
4. What are the top three cryptocurrencies?
The following are the three cryptocurrencies:
• Bitcoin (BTC) $128bn.
• Ethereum (ETH) $19.4bn.
• XRP (XRP) $8.22bn.
5. Where can you store Cryptocurrency?
Cryptocurrencies are stored in a digital wallet, and this is accessible via public and private keys. A public key is the address of your wallet, and the private key is the one that helps you in executing the transaction.
6. Which is the safest wallet for Cryptocurrency?
The most secured wallet for Cryptocurrency is a hardware wallet. It is not connected to the internet, and thus it is free from a hacking attack. It is also known as a cold wallet.
7. From where I can purchase cryptocurrencies?
The easiest way to buy Cryptocurrency is via crypto exchange. You can several crypto exchanges like Coinbase, Bitbuy, CHANGENow, Kraken etc.
8. What are the ten popular crypto exchanges?
The following are the best ten popular crypto exchange:
  1. Coinbase
  2. Binance
  3. FTX
  4. Cex.io
  5. Local Bitcoins
  6. Bitfinex
  7. LocalBitcoins
  8. Bittrex
  9. Coinmama
  10. Kraken
9. What are the key features of Blockchain?
We all know that Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency runs on the Blockchain platform, which gives it some additional features like decentralization, transparency, faster speed, immutability and anonymity.
10. What is AltCoin?
It means Alternative Coin. All the cryptocurrencies other than Bitcoin are alternative coins. Similar to Bitcoin, AltCoins are not regulated by any bank. The market governs them.
11. Are cryptocurrency sites regulated?
Most cryptocurrency websites are not regulated.
12. How are Cryptocurrency and Blockchain related?
Blockchain platform aids cryptocurrency transactions, which makes use of authentication and encryption techniques. Cryptography enables technology for Cryptocurrency, thus ensuring secure transactions.
13. What is a nonce?
The mining process works on the pattern of validating transactions by solving a mathematical puzzle called proof-of-work. The latter determine a number or nonce along with a cryptographic hash algorithm to produce a hash value lower than a predefined target. The nonce is a random value used to vary the value of hash so that the final hash value meets the hash conditions.
14. How is Cryptocurrency different from other forms of payment?
Cryptocurrency runs on Blockchain technology, which gives it an advantage of immutability, cryptography, and decentralization. All the payments are recorded on the DLT, which is accessible from any part of the world. Moreover, it keeps the identity of the user anonymous.
15. Which is the best Cryptocurrency?
Several cryptocurrencies have surged into the market, and you can choose any of these. The best way to choose the right cryptocurrencies is to look at its market value and assess its performance. Some of the prominent choices are Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, XRP etc.
16. What is the worst thing that can happen while using Cryptocurrency?
One of the worst things could be you losing your private keys. These are the passwords that secure your wallet, and once they are lost, you cannot recover them.
17. What is the private key and public key?
Keys secure your cryptocurrency wallet; these are public key and private key. The public key is known to all, like your bank account number, on the hand, the private key is the password which protects your wallet and is only known to you.
18. How much should one invest in Cryptocurrency?
Well, investing in Cryptocurrency is a matter of choice. You can study how the market is performing, and based on the best performing cryptocurrency, you can choose to invest. If you are new to this, then it’s advisable that you must start small.
19. From where can one buy Bitcoin using Fiat currency?
Two of the popular choices that you have are Coinbase and Binance, where you can purchase Cryptocurrency using fiat currency.
20. Are the coins safe on exchanges?
All the exchanges have a high level of security. Besides, these are regularly updated to meet the security requirements, but it’s not advisable to leave your coins on them since they are prone to attack. Instead, you can choose a hard wallet to store your cryptocurrencies, which are considered the safest.
21. What determines the price of cryptocurrencies?
The price of cryptocurrencies is determined by the demand and supply in the market. Besides, how the market is performing also determines the price of cryptocurrencies.
22. What are some of the prominent cryptocurrencies terminologies?
There are jargons which are continuously used by people using cryptocurrencies are:
DYOR: Do Your Own Research
Dapps: Decentralized Applications
Spike: Shapr increase in the price of the Cryptocurrency
Pump: Manipulated increase in the price of a cryptocurrency
Dump: Shapr decline in the price of Cryptocurrency
23. How can I check the value of cryptocurrencies?
Various platforms will give you an update on the price of cryptocurrencies. You can keep a tab on them and check the pricing of cryptocurrencies.
24. What are the advantages of using digital currencies?
There are various advantages like you are saved from double-spending, the transactions are aster and secure. Moreover, digital currencies now have global acceptance.
25. What is the difference between cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies?
Cryptocurrencies are digital currencies which run on the Blockchain platform and are not governed by any government agencies, while the fiat currencies are the ones which are governed by authorities and government.
Conclusion- This was all the FAQs pertaining to cryptocurrency, for more such information keep coming back to Blockchain Council.
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08-15 06:15 - 'It's burned in the fact that it enters a burn address (0x00 type of address). These addresses don't have a private key associated to them, so in theory the coins can no longer be claimed. Similar in how early adopter...' by /u/Lustful_lurker69 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 217-227min

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It's burned in the fact that it enters a burn address (0x00 type of address). These addresses don't have a private key associated to them, so in theory the coins can no longer be claimed. Similar in how early adopters have lost BTC private keys in the past due to negligence, those coins are now considered burned.
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03-30 13:34 - 'Yea really... you’ll never be able to fully obfuscate your coins through tumblers or similar methods. XMR exists almost solely for this purpose.' by /u/Mr-Marshmallow removed from /r/Bitcoin within 188-198min

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Yea really... you’ll never be able to fully obfuscate your coins through tumblers or similar methods. XMR exists almost solely for this purpose.
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Bitcoin Cash is becoming more fungible. This version of Electron Cash automatically shuffles your coins to improve your privacy. It should be the top priority of *every wallet* to implement similar measures. Bitcoin without privacy is a shitty PayPal.

Bitcoin Cash is becoming more fungible. This version of Electron Cash automatically shuffles your coins to improve your privacy. It should be the top priority of *every wallet* to implement similar measures. Bitcoin without privacy is a shitty PayPal. submitted by money78 to btc [link] [comments]

09-09 09:03 - 'Compared to the leading cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Ethereum isn’t faced with similar problems. Bitcoin has a cap to it whereas Ethereum doesn’t. It limits the number of coins that can be mined each year, which are 1...' (i.redd.it) by /u/ginete_tech removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-6min

Compared to the leading cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Ethereum isn’t faced with similar problems. Bitcoin has a cap to it whereas Ethereum doesn’t. It limits the number of coins that can be mined each year, which are 18 million. In the future, there will be more Ether as compared to Bitcoin.
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ULPT: Get rich quick. Custom Mint Metal coins with a "B" (similar to the bitcoin logo) and sell it to older folks at half the price of a bitcoin.

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Is there a proof of stake coin with ideals similar to Bitcoin Cash/Dash/Monero?

Title.
By similar ideals I mean:
Bonus:
I'm not looking to be a traitor since BCH won the war, but such a coin might be a nice hedge regardless.
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Facebook's "FaceCoin" Will be more Similar to JPM coin than Bitcoin

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It's very disappointing that every other person is pretending to be a cryptocurrency expert

I've seen people in News channel discussions claiming themselves to be "Cryptocurrencies Experts since X years" pronounce IOTA as "I. O. T. A" and saying it's a coin similar to Bitcoin like 1347 other such coins.
While some people say it's a money generation game, some it's not legal and fraud's game, some say it's a bubble that will soon pop, no one gives a fuck to explain what exactly a cryptocurrency is and it has immense benefits it could provide one these solutions are massively adopted.
The thing I'm worried about is the shallow information that people receive from influential sources they trust, it is often misinterpreted by people leading to the development of myths and wrong perception of what cryptocurrencies actually are.
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I'm starting go save bitcoin. Once I decide to sell or redeem it is it at simple as redeeming Amazon or a visa off bitpay or a similar app/site? Also let's say if I had 200 now I have 500 and I want to sell it, do I just go on coin base or an app like that and sell it pretty easily? Would I get 500?

The selling part kind of confuses me a little. Honestly since I'm assuming id have to link my bank account maybe I would just split it between Amazon and a visa since I wouldn't even have to give my bank info. I plan on using robin hood maybe soon and giving my bank info but that's needed. If I sold it would I basically post it and it would sell automatically when someone buys it or. ? Like they would send the amount to my bitcoin address then the bitcoin would be released to them? Can I set the price for the amount of bitcoin?
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Crypto and fiat cash money comparison report. We compared coin capitalizations and money supply M0 (notes and coins) of different fiat currencies. For example, Bitcoin Cap is bigger than UK cash and less than Russian ruble. And EOS Cap is similar to Norwegian Krone.

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Which coins implementations are similar to Bitcoin's JSON-RPC?

After using the Bitcoin JSON-RPC to implement it on my app, which other coins could I add without many changes? I'm assuming Bitcoin Cash and Gold have the same functionality but I can't find decent documentation as I found on the Bitcoin wiki. I was thinking other coins like Litecoin and Zcash might also be very similar. Are there any guides or resources that could help me?
Thanks!
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12-29 09:52 - 'Removing your coins and posting your buy order on the board are somewhat similar. Depending on how far down in price you place the coins to sell at. Place them too low and the exchange will likely put them right back into...' by /u/bitfoolery removed from /r/Bitcoin within 273-283min

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Removing your coins and posting your buy order on the board are somewhat similar. Depending on how far down in price you place the coins to sell at. Place them too low and the exchange will likely put them right back into the "user coin dump pile". Too high in price and your margins are nil. I suggest setting your price dynamically via the API every minute or two. Reallocation of your dollar to a new price will trigger internal accounting systems and will not allow them to forget about it (see the stack of 350 BCH constantly hovering above and below market price on [pro.coinbase.com]1 for ideas on what to do). Your best bet is to immediately transfer that cash and all your profits to your bank account. Then once it clears your banks ACH (this will take 24 hours at least, more if the banks aren't lending or unable to print/steal more funny money - remember, they have your money loaned out all over the world to fund war and corruption, so Sunday will take an extra day regardless of when you sent the funds). Once your funny money does eventually make it back to your bank (~2 days) then you're able to perform an istant market buy at any moment in the future. Yes you will pay more fees, but it's worth it, especially if you use fairly large amounts, in which fees become negligible. It will take a week or more to get your funds to your actually wallet on the exchange, so it helps to do this every other day or two, that way you have a perpetual hedge against them. This is what's been happening recently, and is why the price has done nothing but fall. The exchanges are inherently designed to short sale. They will never hold long-term. And given the right conditions, the upward threshold on price volatility is virtually limitless, as their exchange wardens do nothing more than follow their user's transactions around trying to buy and sell their own coins back to them. This means that if the price gets high and buying pressure doesn't stop, they have no liquidity that has carried over. This is why when the markets were at almost 20k all you saw were tumble weeds. Had someone bought everything and pushed the price even further to 21k, you would see an identical transaction following in which the exchange covers itself (often at a slightly lower price, and definitely with their users pool of funds, not their own!)
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Is there a proof of stake coin with ideals similar to Bitcoin Cash/Dash/Monero? /r/btc

Is there a proof of stake coin with ideals similar to Bitcoin Cash/Dash/Monero? /btc submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash is becoming more fungible. This version of Electron Cash automatically shuffles your coins to improve your privacy. It should be the top priority of *every wallet* to implement similar measures. Bitcoin without privacy is a shitty PayPal.

Bitcoin Cash is becoming more fungible. This version of Electron Cash automatically shuffles your coins to improve your privacy. It should be the top priority of *every wallet* to implement similar measures. Bitcoin without privacy is a shitty PayPal. submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Prediction: Due to the impasse and the backlog, bitpay and coinbase will start integrating litecoin because of its security and programmatic similarity to bitcoin. The coin lukejr calls a "scamcoin" will be forced upon people who actually want to spend their cryptocurrency instead of just hold it.

We've warned about this for years. The fees are skyrocketing. Every customer service complaint about transactions should be directed towards blockstreams website. We have had a long time to prepare and plan for the onset of users... and now we can't even handle the current users after perhaps the most successful advertising campaign bitcoin has ever had occurred. Right now there are probably over a million people reading about bitcoin that never heard of it before a few days ago because of the ransomware. The ransomware was more successful as advertising than at their own stated goals. Even my company which has nothing to do with finance sent out emails and the word: bitcoin was in the email. This should be the stage setting for the moonshot of bitcoins price. Instead.... imagine what the fees will be if it does start climbing any higher than it is now? I cringe at the prospect where I once was excited by the prospect. We need to sever the link between the fees and the blocksize. We need to increase the blocksize in a rational and levelheaded way so that bitcoin is still usable as something other than just holding.
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Q: What is ICO? A: Initial Coin Offering. Also known as ICO, it is a fundraising mechanism in which new projects sell their underlying crypto tokens in exchange for bitcoin and ether. It’s somewhat similar to an Initial Public Offering (IPO) in which investors purchase shares of a company.

Q: What is ICO? A: Initial Coin Offering. Also known as ICO, it is a fundraising mechanism in which new projects sell their underlying crypto tokens in exchange for bitcoin and ether. It’s somewhat similar to an Initial Public Offering (IPO) in which investors purchase shares of a company. submitted by Advtechgroup to u/Advtechgroup [link] [comments]

Crypto and fiat cash money comparison report. We compared coin capitalizations and money supply M0 (notes and coins) of different fiat currencies. For example, Bitcoin Cap is bigger than UK cash and less than Russian ruble. And EOS Cap is similar to Norwegian Krone.

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U.S. SEC Says No to Three Bitcoin ETFs, on Similar Grounds to Winklevoss' Failure-coinness.com /r/BitcoinMarkets

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Thought exercise: what if Google were to release an open source, decentralized, ASIC-resistant, non-premined, GoogleCoin?

Would you mine it? Would you use it? Would it work?
Thoughts?
PS: I'm drunk.
Edit: in other words, what if a massive company, like Google, releases a fair and decentralized coin similar to Bitcoin, rather than a centralized shitcoin?
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