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A place to find odd jobs that pay in cryptocurrency.
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SUQA is an opensource peer to peer digital currency

SUQA is a new opensource peer to peer digital currency that gives the investors 5% apr interest from term deposits even if the wallet is offline. It is based on an improved code of the secure and widely used Bitcoin Blockchain with a brand new advanced memory intensive X22i POW algo which is completely ASIC, FPGA and Quantum Resistant.
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Memory Pool Doesn't Work on Bitcoin Core v0.19.0.1

Memory Pool Doesn't Work on Bitcoin Core v0.19.0.1 submitted by 989x4000 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Who’s Buying Bitcoin? Retail Demand Expected to Double by 2024 Halving

The latest research from ZUBR derivatives exchange published June 29 found that participation from retail investors is increasing despite the longstanding narrative that institutional adoption would be required to propel crypto prices higher.  With the recent halving being nothing more than a distant memory and Bitcoin (BTC) price lingering in the $9,100 range, the current […]
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BitcoinMeister - The 1 Bitcoin Show- Future panic to find lost BTC, Most lack long-term crypto memory skills- BSV

BitcoinMeister - The 1 Bitcoin Show- Future panic to find lost BTC, Most lack long-term crypto memory skills- BSV submitted by Yanlii to cryptovideos [link] [comments]

Down the Bitcoin March Memory Lane when BTC Surpassed $1 Billion in Market Cap for the First Time

Down the Bitcoin March Memory Lane when BTC Surpassed $1 Billion in Market Cap for the First Time submitted by leftok to atbitcoin [link] [comments]

Down the Bitcoin March Memory Lane when BTC Surpassed $1 Billion in Market Cap for the First Time - Bitcoin Exchange Guide

Down the Bitcoin March Memory Lane when BTC Surpassed $1 Billion in Market Cap for the First Time - Bitcoin Exchange Guide submitted by ulros to fbitcoin [link] [comments]

Technology races forward, as Sandisk reveals 1-TB memory card & yet the block size remains fixed. The Bitcoin Baby has its umbilical cord wrapped around its fragile neck, and it wraps ever tighter... but no one bats an eye. How much longer until this beacon of freedom is stillborn?

Technology races forward, as Sandisk reveals 1-TB memory card & yet the block size remains fixed. The Bitcoin Baby has its umbilical cord wrapped around its fragile neck, and it wraps ever tighter... but no one bats an eye. How much longer until this beacon of freedom is stillborn? submitted by eragmus to btc [link] [comments]

What do you want to know about blockchain?

Hi!
I’m a highschooler from Estonia. I’m doing a research study about blockchain at my school, and was wondering if anyone has some ideas what in particular should i be researching. It can be anywhere from encyption, transaction memory to Bitcoin and where it is used today/ tomorrow. Unfortunately i can only pose about 2-3 research questions, so be very specific :D.
Shoot me anything you’ve been ever curious about...
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Satoshi: "With computer systems typically selling with 2GB of ram in 2008, and Moore's Law predicting growth of 1.2 GB per year, storage should not be a problem..."

Chapter 7 of the Bitcoin white paper clearly states:
"With computer systems typically selling with 2GB of ram in 2008, and Moore's Law predicting growth of 1.2 GB per year, storage should not be a problem even if the block headers must be kept in memory."
https://bitcoin.org/bitcoin.pdf
Don't take it from me, click the above link, go to chapter 7, and read straight from Satoshi's mouth from the Bitcoin white paper. ^
Blockstream falsely claims bigger block sizes will centralize the network as fewer people can run nodes. We can see though, that according to the original whitepaper, the network is supposed to scale up with our hardware.
Blockstream is attempting to rewrite history.
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Armory 0.96.4 wallet -Online WatchOnly -Offline OLD Raspberry Pi 1 Model B (512Mb memory, 2xUSB slots) for signing tx's... /r/Bitcoin

Armory 0.96.4 wallet -Online WatchOnly -Offline OLD Raspberry Pi 1 Model B (512Mb memory, 2xUSB slots) for signing tx's... /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

The cost of storing your memories, remotely and backed up live time for the purpose of Immortality will be 1 BTC /r/Bitcoin

The cost of storing your memories, remotely and backed up live time for the purpose of Immortality will be 1 BTC /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Almost 1 MB of very expensive transactions just uploaded to memory poool /r/Bitcoin

Almost 1 MB of very expensive transactions just uploaded to memory poool /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

A complete list of everything our PMC has to do in Tarkov

Have you ever wondered the insane amount of suffering our PMC has to endure to complete every quest in the game and have the Hideout maxed out? Well, wonder no longer, because I've done the math.
Disclaimer: Long post ahead. I've used guides, data and analysis by other content creators, like Pestily, Europino and Questalace, as well as the all-mighty Tarkov Wiki to make this list. The resulting data should reflect the almost-perfect 100% Tarkov Speedrun starting with a Standard Account at the end of 12.7.
I don't know if this has been done before, so cut me some slack for any inconsistencies, as I did this for fun.

Killing:
The PMCs character arc will take our poor USECs and BEARs from battle-tested veterans to blood-thirsty killing machines the likes of Atila, with an indescribable amount of mental and physical trauma. This is all on the traders, who force us to commit genocide just to gain a standing with them. Here is the ranking:
This totals to a staggering 488 Scavs and 166 PMCs. 654 mothers will mourn the deaths of their sons, as you long surpass Simo Häyhä as the most effective soldier in recorded history.

Use, place, find in raid or deliver:
Apart from sustaining irreparable psychological damage as the bringer of so much death, your PMC is also expected to retrieve a back-breaking amount of loot for his Hideout and the 7 Traders of the Apocalypse. From life-saving devices to mere cigarettes, your PMC will have to.

Skills:
After all this Devil wears Prada reenactment, your PMC is faced with a Sisyphus-like destiny. You need to improve your skills until you get to Health level 9, Stress Resistance level 6, Sniper level 9, Memory level 8, Searching level 9, Charisma level 10, Vitality level 5, Endurance level 2, Attention level 3, Metabolism level 3 and Strength level 2. Some of this skills improve others, so let's start by the independent ones and asume you can completely avoid the deminishing returns mechanic.
And that's it. You want to escape Tarkov? Pay the toll!
Edit: Some pesky typos
Edit 2: Fixed the results of the Vitality skill, thanks to Erkeric for the correction
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BITCOIN Plunge A Memory; BITCOIN Has Huge Rally. GOLD Drops A Few Dollars (1/18/18)

BITCOIN Plunge A Memory; BITCOIN Has Huge Rally. GOLD Drops A Few Dollars (1/18/18) submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

BITCOIN Plunge A Memory; BITCOIN Has Huge Rally. GOLD Drops A Few Dollars (1/18/18)

BITCOIN Plunge A Memory; BITCOIN Has Huge Rally. GOLD Drops A Few Dollars (1/18/18) submitted by cindylouwho518 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

01-15 03:43 - 'Gonna need a source for that. I'm aware he sold MtGox Live (a trading chart page using MtGox's public plugin) to MtGox, but I've never heard of him being owner/founder of MtGox. / In fact, if my memory serves me, Jed McCaleb...' by /u/sn0wm0nster removed from /r/Bitcoin within 1-11min

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Gonna need a source for that. I'm aware he sold MtGox Live (a trading chart page using MtGox's public plugin) to MtGox, but I've never heard of him being ownefounder of MtGox.
In fact, if my memory serves me, Jed McCaleb (Ripple) was the founder who sold it to Mark Karepeles, end of story.
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As a Bitcoin startup that endured all the ridicule since 2014, it feels absolutely fantastic to still be here today, growing and thriving.

I was looking for something in my old Reddit posts when I came across some posts from 2014 when we were just a 7-month old Bitcoin startup, and had a good laugh at some of the comments, mostly from Buttcoiners, which ranged from honest questions like how will you make money? to straight up accusations of being scammers in a ponzi scheme just waiting to pounce on our customers once we grow big enough. Things like:
"Once the margins evaporate, they will take all the money and run just like every other exchange."
I totally understood all the skepticism back then, since this was when Mt. Gox was a fresh memory and Bitcoin just crashed from $1200 to $300. People dismissed Bitcoin as dead, as they have done over a hundred times as of today. Hell, even my own family did not believe me, and my own mother thought I could go to jail for what I was doing!
So we built our business model from scratch, had no real experience with startups (my co-founders and I had success in traditional businesses, but that was it), was bootstrapping for more than a year, and was working in an industry seemingly on the brink of collapse. The uncertainty was palpable at that time (2014-2015) with Bitcoin going below $200 at its lowest point, and the doubt was trying its best to creep into our minds.
But we stuck with it and didn't listen to those who said we were crazy.
It makes this recent rally back to new all-time highs a whole lot sweeter, as well as seeing all the amazingly positive developments in the industry as a whole. What a great time to be a bitcoin startup.
So here are some of the things that have happened to us since then:
A year ago, I posted an update on our progress here. It's a pretty long post but it shows some details on what we had done at that point in our growth and development. We've had some solid growth since then, with the Philippine Central Bank publishing numbers on the industry that I would say is on the low end of what we are actually doing today in the terms of transaction volumes.
“Volume is growing. We conducted a survey last year among just the top two players. The volume grew $5 to $6 million a month compared to $2 to $3 million the previous year. It doubled. There was an acceleration. Based on that, we decided to put this on a formal regulatory framework."
We closed our seed round with a major investment from Kakao, a $10 Billion company that basically owns the South Korean mobile chat app market with over 100 million regular users. South Korea is now a hotspot in the region for Bitcoin-remittance startups, with several players getting in on the action. We are leading the pack in this race.
Our business model has spawned several other competitors, which we believe is a really healthy indication that the industry is thriving.
Last week, the Philippine Central Bank released Circular No.944, a piece of regulation on how to do business as a "Virtual Currency exchange". This one is extra special for us, since I and my co-founders personally presented ourselves to the Central Bank and worked closely with them for the last two years in developing the framework for these regulations.
When I say work closely, it means that we were meeting with them regularly, answering all their questions about the local and global Bitcoin industry, presented our business model and used ourselves as the guinea pigs to show them that Bitcoin is a viable technology and business. Imagine the joy we felt when we read these words written right in the guidelines they published:
Section 4512N Guidelines for Virtual Currency Exchanges; Statement of Policy. "...Thus, the Bangko Sentral recognizes that Virtual Currency (VC) systems have the potential to revolutionize delivery of financial services, particularly for payments and remittance, in view of their ability to provide faster and more economical transfer of funds, both domestic and international, and may further support financial inclusion."
So here we are, at the start of 2017, with Bitcoin hitting new all-time highs and holding, the Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF looming on the horizon, Chinese BTC exchanges having less influence on the price, and our industry in this little corner of the world given a green light to pursue our bigger targets.
If you’re new to Bitcoin, I hope you read this and realize that even though the price of Bitcoin acts like a crazy rollercoaster, the work being done by countless developers, entrepreneurs, and professionals on the technology and its applications is for real.
As much as the price of Bitcoin is exciting, it is really the least interesting thing about it once you understand the true potential of the technology.
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Bitcoin rises to highest ratio against gold in recent memory (1.98 BTC per oz)

Bitcoin rises to highest ratio against gold in recent memory (1.98 BTC per oz) submitted by ozme to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

The Hottest Cryptocurrency, Tron, Rekindles Memories of the Bitcoin Bubble (current BTC/USD price is $3667.36364528)

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Bitcoin Core • Bitcoin Core 0.14.1: SegWit Signalling and Memory Accounting

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Walmer cyber geek Lewys Martin tries to blackmail Halifax bank with 28,000 customers' details. < Demanded 1 Bitcoin for every 10 sets of details he was holding on a memory card. >

Walmer cyber geek Lewys Martin tries to blackmail Halifax bank with 28,000 customers' details. < Demanded 1 Bitcoin for every 10 sets of details he was holding on a memory card. > submitted by bit_moon to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Core 0.14.1: SegWit Signalling and Memory Accounting

Bitcoin Core 0.14.1: SegWit Signalling and Memory Accounting submitted by BTCNews to BTCNews [link] [comments]

Bored? Looking for something to do? Start with this list of things to do in the Sacramento area.

(Credit for the below list has to be given to u/BurritoFueled, who created the original list in 2014 and updated it a year later. Almost two-thirds of the items below are still from that original list. All I’ve done with the list is revive it a little bit by updating dead links and making little tweaks when necessary. Also, thanks to those that submitted new additions to the list last week. Over a third of the below items are new and a lot of the original items have had newer information added onto them.)
People are always looking for something to do around here. Maybe you’re a transplant, unaware of what this area has to offer, or maybe you’re a lifelong resident, tired of the same old thing. Well friend, if you fall into the latter category, do not despair. There’s actually plenty of things to do in the Sacramento area – things of interest to almost any lifestyle, personality, or budget.
So, whether you’re an athlete, geek, eccentric, hipster, weirdo, sexual deviant or just a normal person looking for a new activity, below is a list of activities for you to try. Please note that it includes only activities that take place at least a few times a year – no one-off events or festivals here.
Enjoy this list. If you have any suggestions of your own to add, comment below in this thread. I'll try to keep this as up to date as possible.
Away we go.
UPDATED 10-6-20
(Note: Due to the current pandemic, some of these activities may be curtailed or not offered at all.)
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