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Re: Government and Bitcoin

In these moments its use to be free, to my consideration, is much easier to use, because it has almost no limitations. Once governments issue their regulations, they will begin to develop problems such as traditional currencies. Although by the own characteristics of the cryptocurrency its exchange ...

Re: Gifting bitcoin to people

thanks @josehernandez :mrgreen: you welcome!!! :P I need bitcoin. how i get it? you can get the bitcoins: 1. Accepting them as a means of payment Currently, many commercial establishments, whether physical or digital, accept this currency as a means of payment. Maybe this is the easiest way to get ...

Re: Gifting bitcoin to people

Can I give away bitcoin? :geek: Bitcoin gift card is the key term for exchanging Bitcoins for Gift Cards and vice verse. This means that you can buy the desired gift card (f.e.: Coffe Shop, Amazon, etc. ) for cheaper and anonymously by using Bitcoin. On the other hand, you will be able to buy some ...

Re: Books about Bitcoin

Would you recommend any Bitcoin-related books? I want to learn more about the history and the ecosystem! Any book that explains how it works? :mrgreen: Hello, Josh! 👋 I'd recommend starting with the Wikipedia articles: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blockchain https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin T...

Re: Hard fork of a different kind

One of the disincentives of using bitcoins is its extreme volatility, which is due speculation. But the price of volatility has to be involuntarily paid by those who are using bitcoins simply for purchasing something whose value is in fiat currency. We have had hardforks, such as between bicoins an...

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