1 07, 2016

IBM Completes Blockchain Identity Trial With Crédit Mutuel

July 1st, 2016|Bitcoin, Misc|

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1 07, 2016

AntMiner S9 are equipped with AsicBoost!

July 1st, 2016|Bitcoin, Misc|

So...... submitted by /u/GandalfBitcoin [link] [comments]
1 07, 2016

When Someone Tells me That Bitcoin is Not Secure…

July 1st, 2016|Bitcoin, Misc|

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1 07, 2016

Breakout Gaming BRK BTC Award Deepstack Freeroll Open

July 1st, 2016|cryptocurrency, Misc|

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1 07, 2016

What are the possible Bitcoin killer (or price killer) developments in near future?

July 1st, 2016|Bitcoin, Misc|

Could you please write what are the possible bitcoin killer developments? (example: new decentralized system from finance institutes) Also can you please share your ideas about possible developments which can effect bitcoin price in downwards more than %50 ? (example; another mt.gox exchange failure etc.) Sorry for my bad english. Im really interested to see your thoughts. submitted by /u/pensacolatr [link] [comments]
1 07, 2016

What are the possible Bitcoin killer (or price killer) developments in near future?

July 1st, 2016|Misc|

Could you please write what are the possible bitcoin killer developments? (example: new decentralized system from finance institutes) Also can you please share your ideas about possible developments which can effect bitcoin price in downwards more than %50 ? (example; another mt.gox exchange failure etc.) Sorry for my bad english. Im really interested to see your thoughts. submitted by /u/pensacolatr [link] [comments]
1 07, 2016

Is there any examples of people who has been buying Bitcoin continuously since the early days of bitcoin?

July 1st, 2016|Bitcoin, Misc|

If I had known about Bitcoin in the beginning I surely would have cashed out once a made a few bucks. But is there examples of people who have been hodling since the very beginning and bought bitcoins on all price ranges? PS: I am hodler now! submitted by /u/Saoibh [link] [comments]
1 07, 2016

Credit cards are used over 20 Billion times a year, averaging $88 a purchase, in the US. Bitcoins average tx amount is $3000.

July 1st, 2016|Bitcoin, Misc|

I just ran across some interesting data in regards to credit card usage. http://money.stackexchange.com/questions/21060/what-is-the-average-value-of-a-credit-card-or-debit-card-transaction The Federal Reserve reports that credit cards are used more than 20 billion times a year in the U.S., with the total value of these transactions at about $1.9 trillion. Based on the number of transactions and the number of credit card holders, the average card holder uses a credit card 119 times a year, for transactions averaging $88 apiece. This comes to an average annual total of about $10,500 in credit card purchases. Compare that to bitcoin's average transactions size of ~$3000 https://tradeblock.com/bitcoin/ Bitcoin is serving a completely different use case than credit cards and our fees are very reasonable for the utility. submitted by /u/llortoftrolls [link] [comments]
1 07, 2016

How-To: Setup and Topup a Steem & other altcoins powered Debit Card

July 1st, 2016|cryptocurrency, Misc|

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1 07, 2016

We expect a statement from Brian Armstrong regarding numerous recent user-impacting issues on Coinbase/GDAX platform.

July 1st, 2016|Bitcoin, Misc|

To be frank, I give a damn what holiday weekend is coming up. This is getting out of hand and is a bit reminiscent of the type of bullshit we see from the financial sector. https://community.coinbase.com/t/entire-gdax-website-down/11884/7 I understand there are compliance requirements your company is dealing with right now left and right. But you don't pick this NetVerify app to do it with, you don't auto-lock users' trading/withdrawal capabilities, and you don't give an ultimatum that essentially 'there will be consequences' if this impossible task isn't completed by da-da-da-date. This is maybe the fourth round of verification I've personally had to go through just to maintain an account with Coinbase. Why? You don't communicate any of the rationale behind it - there's a perfectly good notification box in the upper right of the GDAX UI that you blithely announced to the world that you'd be opening ETH trading with. That seems like a good place to start. Now I'm sure somebody in your organization gives you daily incident reports, and hopefully gives you a total user cases figure on that report somewhere too, along with resolution times, support-FTEs-used per major issue, mean response time to user support requests, and so on. $75M in funding can buy you a globally-scalable platform, sure, but nobody's going to give a damn if none of your legacy users find your platform reliable anymore. I don't think giving out $10 worth of Bitcoin for referrals is going to cut it this time if the status quo remains. Anyone else, please feel free to add to this. After spending countless hours on the community support forums (which, yes, are a start), I know I'm not the only person customer having issues. submitted by /u/jjdub7 [link] [comments]