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Roger Ver: "Bitcoin maximalists only hold a single coin and want to pump it. I hold dozens of coins and just want crypto to undermine the power of governments to control peaceful people."

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07-09 04:15 - 'Haven't got a clue tbh, but I can tell you I am stacking monstrous sats flipping DeFi coins like LEND and BAND. Shit is outta control right now.' by /u/RiotOnVijzelstraat removed from /r/Bitcoin within 335-345min

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Haven't got a clue tbh, but I can tell you I am stacking monstrous sats flipping DeFi coins like LEND and BAND. Shit is outta control right now.
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Coin Control Is Must Learn If You Care About Your Privacy In Bitcoin

Coin Control Is Must Learn If You Care About Your Privacy In Bitcoin submitted by Bitcoin_to_da_Moon to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Retail Accumulation? Number of Bitcoin Addresses With One or More Coins Sees Solid Rise - We don't need the 1% to buy Bitcoin. We need the 99% to buy it in small amounts so we can exit the current system controlled by the 1%.

Retail Accumulation? Number of Bitcoin Addresses With One or More Coins Sees Solid Rise - We don't need the 1% to buy Bitcoin. We need the 99% to buy it in small amounts so we can exit the current system controlled by the 1%. submitted by the420chronicler to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

05-25 16:05 - 'Bitcoin keys from coins Craig Wright claimed in court he controlled have been used to sign a message calling him a "fraud"' (coindesk.com) by /u/rReasearcher removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-7min

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Coin control bitcoin wallets with Ledger Nano S integration?

Suggestions for coin control bitcoin wallets with Ledger Nano S integration?
I know Wasabi Wallet is capable of doing this. Any other recommendations?
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Remember everyone when Bitcoin's value goes up like crazy exchanges have a nasty habit of getting "hacked" So unless your selling it's advisable to keep your coins in a private wallet controlled by you.

Remember everyone when Bitcoin's value goes up like crazy exchanges have a nasty habit of getting submitted by StoneHammers to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[2019 Update] Coin Control Is Must Learn If You Care About Your Privacy In Bitcoin

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Just two individuals control ~61.11% of the BCH hashrate. It's not "decentralized", it is a 51% attack by a single group of collaborating selfish miners. They will steal coins and distribute them amongst themselves. Bitcoin (BCH) cannot take this risk.

Also keep in mind that the reason they went from 40% to 60-70% is because hashrate moved away to mine BTC (more profitable by 30%). This hashrate should return by the 15th if those miners see BCH as valuable.
I do believe that BSV has a right to exist on its own chain. If they want to open themselves up to poisonous blocks by increasing their forked blocksize to 128mb, they should be allowed to. BCH is too valuable to risk something like that until testing shows that it will be safe to do.
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If you think any coin other than Bitcoin could possibly matter, then you don't understand why bitcoin matters. Immutable monetary policy is not an app that can be installed as its installer can reverse it. By being first, only BTC could grow without someone in control of it.

If you think any coin other than Bitcoin could possibly matter, then you don't understand why bitcoin matters. Immutable monetary policy is not an app that can be installed as its installer can reverse it. By being first, only BTC could grow without someone in control of it. submitted by CurtisLoewBTC to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Zerohedge: "By making Bitcoin slow and unusable, the bad guys are fueling the development of superior coins and hashing networks which will obviate their means of control."

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Monthly reminder for newbies: The Bitcoins you store on an exchange ARE NOT YOUR BITCOINS - they are an IOU. If you hold a decent amount of bitcoins, please make the intelligent decision NOW to transfer your coins to a secure mobile or hardware wallet that you control.

Hacks on exchanges are rare, but they happen. Freezing of exchange-accounts can happen. The point of bitcoin is to be your own bank, a bank that no one can shut-down. The only way to be your own bank is to control your bitcoins yourself.
Popular mobile wallets (great for beginners) include: Breadwallet for IOS, Mycelium for Android. Also, if your phone is rooted, please research how this affects security on mobile devices. Note: losing your phone will not lose your bitcoins if you back-up your private key seed that these apps provide you.
Hardware wallets (gold-standard of security after a bit of research) include: Ledger, Trezor, and Keepkey.

EDIT: This post is meant to WARN newbies of a risk they might not have considered. Keeping your BTC in an exchange can be a completely valid choice - but you need to know the risks and do the research yourself. Exchanges are not banks - they are not insured by the FDIC in case of theft. If your exchange is hacked you're out of luck. People are still waiting for the Mt.Gox lawsuit to see their lost coins.
COUNTERPOINT: To be your own bank, you also need to trust yourself. If you get a wallet, but forget the private key or "seed" - your bitcoins are gone. If you make a mistake and send it to a wrong address - your bitcoins are gone. The bottom line is: if you don't understand bitcoins, please do your research on proper storage. If you determine that you'd rather run with the risk of an exchange hack, at least you will be informed.
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/r/btc community is very upset that the real Bitcoin is scaling to gigantic blocks, while their Shitlord controlled coin is being left behind.

/btc community is very upset that the real Bitcoin is scaling to gigantic blocks, while their Shitlord controlled coin is being left behind. submitted by cryptorebel to bitcoincashSV [link] [comments]

If you came here after reading the news of Bitcoin reaching $1000 then please remember: You don't have to buy a whole bitcoin. Don't invest more than you're willing to lose & if you don't control the keys, the coins aren't yours.

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Remember that Coinbase didn't give to users their Forked COins: MOVE YOUR BITCOINS to a wallet you control

People made from 10 to 20% without any risk with the Bitcoin Cash fork, those who had their Bitcoins in Coinbase still have zero. Having your coins on Coinbase during the fork precludes you ANY choice after the fork.
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StableDEX is an exchange where you can trade stable coins, giving people access to a more risk-controlled trading environment in which price fluctuations are more modest. https://stabledex.io/ #StableDex #Blockchain #Ethereum #Bitcoin #IEO #Tokensale #cryptocurrency

StableDEX is an exchange where you can trade stable coins, giving people access to a more risk-controlled trading environment in which price fluctuations are more modest. https://stabledex.io/ #StableDex #Blockchain #Ethereum #Bitcoin #IEO #Tokensale #cryptocurrency submitted by denzkilim to altcoin_news [link] [comments]

StableDEX is an exchange where you can trade stable coins, giving people access to a more risk controlled trading environment in which price fluctuations are more modest. https://stabledex.io/ #StableDex #Blockchain #Ethereum #Bitcoin #IEO #Tokensale #cryptocurrency

StableDEX is an exchange where you can trade stable coins, giving people access to a more risk controlled trading environment in which price fluctuations are more modest. https://stabledex.io/ #StableDex #Blockchain #Ethereum #Bitcoin #IEO #Tokensale #cryptocurrency submitted by denzkilim to altcoin_news [link] [comments]

DataDash – Can Bitcoin Cross $10,000? | Bank of England wants to control Libra coin

DataDash – Can Bitcoin Cross $10,000? | Bank of England wants to control Libra coin submitted by Yanlii to cryptovideos [link] [comments]

Can Bitcoin Cross $10,000? | Bank of England wants to control Libra coin

Can Bitcoin Cross $10,000? | Bank of England wants to control Libra coin submitted by raaner12 to Altcoinss [link] [comments]

Discussing Bitcoin on JRE: 4-time guest Andreas Antonopoulos

Hey everyone,
It's been 4 years since my last appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience. Given all the noise about Bitcoin, from the recent Twitter hack to the economic recession, massive stimulus and debt etc, I was thinking that it might be a good time to talk Bitcoin again.
I'd like to gauge the audience in this topic and see if people want to discuss and want to see me go on JRE again someday.
PS. I haven't heard from Joe, don't know if he wants to talk about this or if he wants me on the show again. I would love to do another JRE episode, if that makes sense
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Monthly reminder for newbies: The bitcoins you hold on an exchange ARE NOT YOUR BITCOINS - they are an IOU. If you hold a decent amount of bitcoins, make the intelligent decision NOW to transfer your coins to a secure mobile wallet or hardware wallet that you control.

Hacks on exchanges are rare, but they will happen again. Freezing of exchange-accounts can happen. The point of bitcoin is to be your own bank, a bank that no one can shut-down. The only way to be your own bank is to control your bitcoins yourself.
Popular mobile wallets (great for beginners) include: Breadwallet for IOS, Mycelium for Android. Also, if your phone is rooted, please research how this affects security on mobile devices. Note: losing your phone will not lose your bitcoins if you back-up your private key seed that these apps provide you.
Hardware wallets (gold-standard of security after a bit of research) include: Ledger, Trezor, and Keepkey.

COUNTERPOINT: This post is meant to WARN newbies of a risk they might not have considered. Keeping your BTC in an exchange can be a completely valid choice - but you need to know the risks and do the research yourself. Exchanges are not banks - they are not insured by the FDIC in case of theft. If your exchange is hacked you're out of luck. People are still waiting for the Mt.Gox lawsuit to see their lost coins.
To be your own bank, you also need to trust yourself. If you get a wallet, but forget the private key or "seed" - your bitcoins are gone. The bottom line is: if you don't understand bitcoins, please do your research on proper storage. If you determine that you'd rather run with the risk of an exchange hack, at least you will be informed.
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Remember: if you don't hold your coins in a wallet whose keys you exclusively control, you don't control your Bitcoins. Coins left on exchange can vanish. Move your coins to a wallet!

Folks, tether is going to melt down. And when it does, it's going to take out exchanges. Plural. Not mtgox. Mtgoxes.
Don't leave your coins on exchange. Trade if you must then move your coins to a wallet you control at the end of the day.
Note: this isn't really possible if your coin's blockchain is congested to the point of failure.
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WHO CONTROLS BITCOIN & CRYPTOCURRENCIES PRICES AND MARKET

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