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  6-Jul-17, 14:21   #41
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Robbo1990 

Joined: Dec '12
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Posted by TheMachineQC:
The IQ level around this forum is off the charts. Robbo1990, when I downvote people they deserve it. They're not just saying an informed opinion, they're being retarded. That's when I downvote someone. So obviously I never downvoted Magatt because he's not a retard. Definetly downvoting your stupid post though. People that think they know what people think behind a computer need to go see a psychiatrist... they're everywhere too. Argue with someone over something on the internet and they think you hate them instantly? Lol. Well I don't cause I'm not a retard and I understand that 2 persons can have difference opinions about something.


cute, I never said megat wasnt informed, quite the contrary. down vote doesnt = hate either sunshine. so before you ramble on about IQ and how you are not a retard, you better take a deep breath before you bash away on ya keyboard.

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Posted by shokaku:
Robbo, as you have to access the internet to purchase bitcoin anyway, it doesn`t matter where you are located, as long as you can connect to the web. You could even be in Antarctica. That is the charm of the concept.


yes I know but you cant just simply 'buy' it. needa find someone selling or a brokerage....or is a easier option available? - thats the whole point in this thread, to hopefully find out from someone with experience. because living in a country where WestrnUnion/moneygram is the definition of 'dodgy' its hard to not be suspicious of opening the deep web to your bank acc.

Edited by Robbo1990 (06 July 2017 @ 14:28 GMT)


     
  6-Jul-17, 16:13   #42
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magatt966 

Joined: Jan '09
Location: Italy
Age: 49 (M)
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There are several exchanges where you can trade traditional currency for Bitcoin ( and a wide varity of altcoins).
Just google cryptocurrency exchanges and ask me if you wanna know more about them ( you might find me @gmail.com Blink ) .

Also have a look at localbitcoin where you can set a face to face trade with bitcoiners in your area: always meet them in crowded and safe places like in front of police station ( I'm a bti paranoid but better safe then sorry).


Balanced your thumbs down guys, lets move own - peace and love
Smile

     
  6-Jul-17, 17:12   #43
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shokaku 

Joined: May '08
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Yep, cryptocurrency exchanges would be the way to go. There are a decent number out there at the moment, and some even accept payment via Neteller. I just wouldn`t keep the bitcoins there, tho.

     
  6-Jul-17, 19:42   #44
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
Age: 42 (F)
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magatts advice about crowded places and in front of police stations,
for hand to hand trade is a very good one.
It is used here quite often for trades from online auctions, like phones, gadgets etc.
Some of them, they even go inside police stations to do the trades.
Not a welcomed move from the police though Smile

I wonder how a p2p trade with btc can be done though.
Never thought that this can happen.
Learned something new today again Smile

     
  7-Jul-17, 21:28   #45
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magatt966 

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Posted by Mober:


I wonder how a p2p trade with btc can be done though.
Never thought that this can happen.
Learned something new today again Smile


There are a lot of btc wallet app for android and IOS.

For example I have https://jaxx.io/ installed on my android phone but there are several out there.

     
  8-Jul-17, 10:15   #46
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pajalnick 

Joined: Mar '11
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After the fall of the rate of crypto currency, I observe a lot of announcements about the sale of video cards .... the manufacturers of video cards of course on all this hysteria earned a good profit and this is probably the most correct investment)))

     
  8-Jul-17, 12:25   #47
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shokaku 

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Ethereum was the hot thing in the last few month. Mining those was considered profitable, as it could be done with a normal PC and a fitting grafic card, and didn`t need specialized hardware.

     
  8-Jul-17, 21:15   #48
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Mober 
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Yea magatt, i have heard about the wallets, but the thing i didnt get is,
what good will make meeting in a public place or close to a police station,
when you are about to make an electronic transaction Smile

     
  9-Jul-17, 11:41   #49
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pajalnick 

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Posted by shokaku:
Ethereum was the hot thing in the last few month. Mining those was considered profitable, as it could be done with a normal PC and a fitting grafic card, and didn`t need specialized hardware.

Efirium for the last month fell in price .... the truth was a slight increase but then again the rate went down ..... I'm not a villain but as it seems to me if the rate falls very significantly then all those people who started to be engaged in mining recently went bankrupt

     
  9-Jul-17, 15:22   #50
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shokaku 

Joined: May '08
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Bankrupt may be a bit harsh here. Ethereum still trades around $240 a piece. and only went above $100 in May. So still up a lot compared to the beginning of this year, or this time last year.

     
  9-Jul-17, 18:13   #51
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TheMachineQC 

Joined: Apr '10
Location: Canada
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Posted by Robbo1990:
Posted by TheMachineQC:
The IQ level around this forum is off the charts. Robbo1990, when I downvote people they deserve it. They're not just saying an informed opinion, they're being retarded. That's when I downvote someone. So obviously I never downvoted Magatt because he's not a retard. Definetly downvoting your stupid post though. People that think they know what people think behind a computer need to go see a psychiatrist... they're everywhere too. Argue with someone over something on the internet and they think you hate them instantly? Lol. Well I don't cause I'm not a retard and I understand that 2 persons can have difference opinions about something.


cute, I never said megat wasnt informed, quite the contrary. down vote doesnt = hate either sunshine. so before you ramble on about IQ and how you are not a retard, you better take a deep breath before you bash away on ya keyboard.


Lol you obviously didn't understand what my post was about. Magatt did nothing but try to help me so I have absolutely 0 reason to not consider him a friend. You're the one doing the name dropping and you didn't read or understand Magatt's post correctly. All he said is he tried to help me get into bitcoin. He didn't say anything negative about me and I always had friendly discussions with him so why would I downvote his post?

Realistically, there are hundreds of people that could have came on this forum, read his post, misinterpreted it, downvoted it because they don't agree about something he said or even missclicked downvote on his post... It has to be me right I must have did it while I was sleeping. Tongue

     
  9-Jul-17, 21:37   #52
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
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Was reading an article recently on mining ethereum, and what has happened a couple of months ago with everyone buying gpu's to mine, thus resulting, in skyrocketing the price of gpu's
with most of them almost extinct out of the market.
Crazy stuff Smile

     
  10-Jul-17, 08:06   #53
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shokaku 

Joined: May '08
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It gets even crazier. At least one company has started to sell grafic cards without an actual port to connect a monitor to. So one can use them for mining only, but not as grafic cards were meant to. Confused

     
  16-Aug-17, 09:15   #54
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magatt966 

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Bumping this just to share value of Bitcoin according to Bitcoinaverage.com is $ 4161.48 Cool Blink

     
  16-Aug-17, 09:29   #55
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shokaku 

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Yep. Nice rise in the last weeks, mostly driven by demand from Asia. On top of that, the forked variant Bitcoin-Cash trades around $300. And everyone, who did hold Bitcoin when the fork happend, should have those too.

     
  16-Aug-17, 10:39   #56
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magatt966 

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Posted by shokaku:
. On top of that, the forked variant Bitcoin-Cash trades around $300. And everyone, who did hold Bitcoin when the fork happend, should have those too.


Exactly : basically rained free money on bitcoin holders. At that time it was worth basically a 10% without doing nothing.

Be aware free money is also raining on bitcoin holders every fullmoon throught Byteball. https://byteball.org/

And it you had a positive bitcoin balance on 26th of July you have time until the 27th of August to claim similar "free money" throught Lumens (former Stellar project) https://www.stellar.org/blog/bitcoin-claim-lumens-2/

Cool Blink

Feel free to ask if needed bud Thumbs Up

     
  16-Aug-17, 22:41   #57
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
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When i checked the price of bitcoin and saw it reached 4k USD, i remembered again
you magatt and all the talks.
It was a regret for many not jumping in early.
Not too long ago that it had 2500.
Wonder if what Bill Gates said about btc, reaching 10k will come true Smile

     
  17-Aug-17, 16:33   #58
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CALICUL 
Joined: Jan '14
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I have the impression that in the future these online poker rooms and casinos will accept meal vouchers, gold, diamonds, watches and other jewelery only to make a profit. I do not know why the bitcoin involved in these online games. Some rules should be observed. I would refuse bitcoin in online money games

     
  18-Aug-17, 06:24   #59
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magatt966 

Joined: Jan '09
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Posted by CALICUL:
Some rules should be observed. I would refuse bitcoin in online money games


Would you like to explain more what rules you are referring to and why you don't like online money games accepting Bitcoin?


     
  19-Aug-17, 00:25   #60
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bowie1984 

Joined: Apr '12
Location: Hungary
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Posted by magatt966:
Posted by CALICUL:
Some rules should be observed. I would refuse bitcoin in online money games

Would you like to explain more what rules you are referring to and why you don't like online money games accepting Bitcoin?

IMO if you deposit 1k in euro or dollar somewhere theres a good chance that a week later if you want to withdraw that initial thousand it is still gonna have the same value. If you do this with one bitcoin theres no guarantee that holds its value even for a week because its too much in flux. Just my two cents.

     
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