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At BTCGigs, you post a job or service and get paid in bitcoins. Alternately, you can buy a physical item with the additional cost of a shipping fee. You can only pay in bitcoins. Buyers deposit Bitcoins into an account, which is then switched over to Site currency (USD). This is done to due to the price swings in Bitcoin and keeps a fair marketplace.
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The most amazing place on reddit! A subreddit for sharing, discussing, hoarding and wow'ing about Dogecoins. The new innovative crypto-currency.
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BCexchange, the decentralized cryptocurrency exchange for everyone

Subreddit for BCexchange (short for ​Blocks & Chains Decentralized Exchange). B&C Exchange will be an open-source decentralized exchange that completes cryptocurrency trades between users by utilizing multisig signers that compete for blockchain rewards based on their effectiveness and honesty. Trades occur using real cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and NuBits.
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Tested out how Bitcoin Cash Cash Shuffle works via using Electron Cash. i had approx 1.5 BCH mixing. It took less than two days to mix everything and costed about 1cent USD. Pretty awesome to be honest

Would love a faster mix, but still good. And so cheap!
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Cost to mine 1 Bitcoin is now $14,000 USD. "Bitcoin Price Chart Fractal Seen in 2019 Hints at $14K Within Months". I bet BTC price ascends to $14,000 in next 30 days! NewYorkCoin (NYC) is a faster, no fee version of Litecoin since 2014! Official New York Coin nycoin.net | newyorkcoin.net

Cost to mine 1 Bitcoin is now $14,000 USD. submitted by hivewalletvictim to NewYorkCoin [link] [comments]

Cost to mine 1 BTC is now $14,000 USD. Bitcoin price is soon to follow...

Cost to mine 1 BTC is now $14,000 USD. Bitcoin price is soon to follow... submitted by hivewalletvictim to NewYorkCoin [link] [comments]

If a country perceived bitcoin as a big enough threat, how much would it cost them in USD (for hardware and energy) to build their own custom ASICs and exceed the network's current hashpower? How quickly could they realistically do this, and could anything be done to stop this scale of attack?

Edit : Just found https://gobitcoin.io/tools/cost-51-attack/ estimating $8b. That's just over 1% of the US Defense Budget?
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Bitcoin price NOW is likely the lowest it will ever be in our lifetime. Cost to BUY 1 BTC is now LESS THAN cost to mine 1 BTC. Approx $7,000 USD. In 2 short months, the cost to mine 1 Bitcoin will DOUBLE. ❤️ BUY BTC TODAY ❤️ New York Coin (NYC) is a faster, free version of Bitcoin and Litecoin.

Bitcoin price NOW is likely the lowest it will ever be in our lifetime. Cost to BUY 1 BTC is now LESS THAN cost to mine 1 BTC. Approx $7,000 USD. In 2 short months, the cost to mine 1 Bitcoin will DOUBLE. ❤️ BUY BTC TODAY ❤️ New York Coin (NYC) is a faster, free version of Bitcoin and Litecoin. submitted by hivewalletvictim to NewYorkCoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash is cheaper than Litecoin. This transaction of 26 inputs cost 0.026 USD in tx fee while Bitcoin Cash would cost 0.0051 USD for the same transaction. I remember a year ago when this difference were much greater as well. Bitcoin Cash is the most convenient AND cheap for the merchant.

Bitcoin Cash is cheaper than Litecoin. This transaction of 26 inputs cost 0.026 USD in tx fee while Bitcoin Cash would cost 0.0051 USD for the same transaction. I remember a year ago when this difference were much greater as well. Bitcoin Cash is the most convenient AND cheap for the merchant. submitted by OlavOlsm to btc [link] [comments]

Disruptive decade: From negative borrowing costs to bitcoin, 10 things teen years brought world ... (current BTC/USD price is $7,278.39)

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Hut 8, The Largest Publicly Listed Bitcoin Miner in North America officially releases its Q2 Financial Results. Revenue: $28.3 million - Average Cost of Bitcoin Production $2757 USD per coin

Hut 8, The Largest Publicly Listed Bitcoin Miner in North America officially releases its Q2 Financial Results. Revenue: $28.3 million - Average Cost of Bitcoin Production $2757 USD per coin submitted by Fiach_Dubh to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Hashflare's "Miners" are allegedly in Iceland where it only cost $4746 USD to mine 1 Bitcoin.

TLDR: Their "miners" (which they most likely bought after they got all your money) still and will run after they cancel all contracts. It will only be dumb to run it if Bitcoin goes below $4746 USD. Stop being in denial and just accept that you got played!
Even if you add a typical 15% fee for the 2 to 3 people who manages the data center (there are 2-3 people managing the massive miners in China) you'd still profit on this down market. It actually costs less if you're using Geothermal energy (Iceland has a LOT of this) like Genesis Mining.
Remember they allegedly purchased "new" miners, the old S9 is 13 TH, the newer one is 24 TH and almost the same electricity cost to operate.
If you're new, please don't put money into this SCAM. Please just buy Bitcoin since it's down right now (13-June-2018). Don't be fooled by most of the Hashflare employees on this sub pretending they made money and some of the members in denial constantly white-knighting SCAMflare.
Bitcoin Cost per Country - https://steemitimages.com/0x0/https://i0.wp.com/www.criptonoticias.com/extra/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/costo-minar-bitcoin-venezuela.jpg?w=789&ssl=1
Alleged Hashflare "Mine" in Iceland (LOL) - https://www.instagram.com/p/BhyNnrjgS3I/
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India was world's largest remittance recipient in 2015 ($72.20 Billion). Here we compare the cost to send $500 USD from USA to India between Western Union, ICICI Bank, MoneyGram, Wells Fargo and Bitcoin!

India was world's largest remittance recipient in 2015 ($72.20 Billion). Here we compare the cost to send $500 USD from USA to India between Western Union, ICICI Bank, MoneyGram, Wells Fargo and Bitcoin! submitted by zebpay-growth to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

My transaction this morning got processed fast, but it cost me $3.74 USD. I'm not sure I can persuade other people to become Bitcoin merchants when fees are this high.

I don't like these large transaction fees. I know that most transactions are completed for under 20¢, but as a merchant who actually USES Bitcoin for something other than speculation, my transactions usually contain a lot of inputs.
I may be a statistical outlier, but how I use Bitcoin is NORMAL: People send me between $10 to $40 a few times a week, and then at the end of a few months I want to move that money somewhere else.
Thank goodness my sales average $25 each. Say I was selling digital downloads for $1 each, but earning the same volume. I believe that means I'd have to pay about $93 to move my $1,500 of earnings. (Someone check my math please.)
As a value proposition to merchants who might want to adopt bitcoin, "Move $1,500 for $93 (or $4 even)" doesn't sound appealing.
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Bitcoin pizza day - On May 22, 2010 two pizzas cost 10K Bitcoins. On Jan 3, 2018it's worth was 150.7M USD - https://coinscapture.com/explore#didyouknow

Bitcoin pizza day - On May 22, 2010 two pizzas cost 10K Bitcoins. On Jan 3, 2018it's worth was 150.7M USD - https://coinscapture.com/explore#didyouknow submitted by coinscapturecom to u/coinscapturecom [link] [comments]

"With BSV, we are scaling Bitcoin to handle over 4 million transactions/sec in the period between now and 2021. At a cost of $0.0025 USD a transaction average, miners will earn over $10,000 USD a block, and there are businesses wanting this already"

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The transaction fee for a simple (250 bytes) Bitcoin Segwit transaction is already higher than the transaction fee to buy and sell one gold coin. The buy/sell spread for the physical (1 oz Krugerrand) gold coin is 8.3 %, and a 35 USD restaurant meal cost 4 USD in transaction fee, which is 11.4 %.

I remember paying a 4 USD transaction fee every time I bought a 35 USD meal at a local restaurant that accepts Bitcoin as payment. The transaction was small (250 bytes) and it still cost 4 USD when I selected the "normal" transaction fee in my Mycelium Android wallet app. That's an 11.4 % transaction fee because 4 / 35 = 0.1142.
I checked what it would cost today to buy and then immediately sell a physical 1 oz Krugerrand gold coin again at a local physical gold coin merchant. I live in Sweden so the prices are in the SEK currency. It would currently cost 11 358 SEK to buy the physical gold coin and I would get 10 454 SEK if I sold it immediately again. That's a "transaction fee" (It's called "a spread") of 8.3 % because 904 / ( ( 11358 + 10454 ) / 2 ) = 0.0828.
Static source: https://archive.is/dEadC Dynamic source: https://tavex.se/sv/kopa-guld/1-oz-sydafrikansk-krugerrand/
The current Bitcoin Segwit transaction fees are slightly lower but that's just temporarily so because the miners are finding blocks unusually fast this 2016-block period because they found blocks unusually slow in the previous 2016-block period, because many Bitcoin Segwit miners were attracted to mine Bitcoin Cash during BCC's higher profitability periods. The fees can reasonably be expected to rise to 4 USD / 250 bytes transaction soon again on the Bitcoin Segwit network.
It can also be argued that it's even worse because in my real life example I paid two gold coin transaction fees but only one Bitcoin Segwit transaction fee. So it can be argued that a Bitcoin Segwit transaction is more than twice as expensive to execute than moving actual physical gold, in a normal restaurant meal situation. That's not what I would call a "Gold 2.0". A true "gold 2.0" would be cheaper to transact with than transacting with "gold 1.0". The best "gold 2.0" candidate currency (if you insist on focusing on this particular property of the currency) so far is Bitcoin Cash in my opinion.
Tldr:
To buy a 35 USD meal at a Bitcoin-accepting restaurant I pay a 11.4 % transaction fee (4 USD). To buy and then sell back a physical 1 oz Krugerrand gold coin at my local gold coin merchant store I pay an 8.3 % transaction fee (113 USD).
So it's already more expensive to transact with Bitcoin Segwit coins than it is to transact with physical gold coins.
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My transaction this morning got processed fast, but it cost me $3.74 USD. I'm not sure I can persuade other people to become Bitcoin merchants when fees are this high.

I don't like these large transaction fees. I know that most transactions are completed for under 20¢, but as a merchant who actually USES Bitcoin for something other than speculation, my transactions usually contain a lot of inputs.
I may be a statistical outlier, but how I use Bitcoin is NORMAL: People send me between $10 to $40 a few times a week, and then at the end of a few months I want to move that money somewhere else.
Thank goodness my sales average $25 each. Say I was selling digital downloads for $1 each, but earning the same volume. I believe that means I'd have to pay about $270 to move my $1,500 of earnings.
As a value proposition to merchants who might want to adopt bitcoin, "Move $1,500 for $270 (or $4 even)" doesn't sound appealing.
Edit: Fixed my own math. Originally estimated $93 instead of $270 in fees for $1 transactions.
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Terabyte blocks for Bitcoin Cash will allow over 50 transactions per human on earth per day for a cost of less than 1/10th of a cent of USD, assuming no further decrease in hardware costs, and no further software breakthrough --- who needs the Lightning Notwork?

Terabyte blocks for Bitcoin Cash will allow over 50 transactions per human on earth per day for a cost of less than 1/10th of a cent of USD, assuming no further decrease in hardware costs, and no further software breakthrough --- who needs the Lightning Notwork? submitted by Anenome5 to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin (BTC) Will Cost About 9500 USD by The End of the Year, Panel of Experts Predicts

Bitcoin (BTC) Will Cost About 9500 USD by The End of the Year, Panel of Experts Predicts submitted by Ranzware to BitNewsLive [link] [comments]

The average Bitcoin Cash transaction cost 0.61 USD yesterday. What happened to free transactions? And what will be done to keep fees low once BCH starts to get more widely used?

The average Bitcoin Cash transaction cost 0.61 USD yesterday. What happened to free transactions? And what will be done to keep fees low once BCH starts to get more widely used? submitted by manfromnantucket1984 to btc [link] [comments]

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My first Bitcoin transaction of $5USD worth of BTC was 18x the average size (I didn't know what I was doing lol) and was confirmed for 6 cents USD in 2016 (30 cents if you apply today's price). Today this transaction would have costed over $16USD (3x the actual value of the coins)

My first Bitcoin transaction of $5USD worth of BTC was 18x the average size (I didn't know what I was doing lol) and was confirmed for 6 cents USD in 2016 (30 cents if you apply today's price). Today this transaction would have costed over $16USD (3x the actual value of the coins) submitted by crypomonde34 to btc [link] [comments]

Who here has lost 1BTC or more?

Please pay respects to our fallen brothers and sisters who’ve got REKT trading derivatives, hacked, misplaced private keys, computer crashes etc 😔
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Bitcoin no longer worth the mining cost, JPMorgan says (current BTC/USD price is $3601.33227463)

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