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I just read this:

Makes an interesting point.  If we buy stuff with BTC and the company just sells it for cash right away, it's probably not good for the BTC price.

What do you think?  Will shopping with BTC be good or bad for BTC?

I spend some and keep some. Sometimes it just depends on the month, but it's a good idea to hold onto some.

I spent bitcoins when the rate was 3000, I spent when the rate was 65000 and if everything goes well, I will spend bitcoin when it costs $ 500,000)

I am not buying shopping with Bitcoin, but I am sure it will come in the near future.

Right now I am involved in the Forex Market and once I have done with it, I would definitely love to give Bitcoins a try.

Why is my transaction pending?Although your wallet balance is updated immediately, your transaction will remain listed as 'pending' until at least one Bitcoin miner has included it in a block.[/size][/size]How long will my transaction be listed as pending?[/size]Short answer:[/color][/size]Eco: less than 60 minutes[/size]Fast: less than 30 minutes[/size]Fastest: 0-20 minutes[/size][/size]Explanation:[/color][/size]The time it takes for a miner to pick up your transaction depends on (1) the fee you attach to your transaction and (2) the current state of congestion of the Bitcoin network.[/size][/size]Bitcoin transactions incur a small fee which is paid to the miners that confirm them. Transactions with higher fees are picked up sooner by miners (who optimize for profitability), so higher-fee transactions are more likely to be included in the next block. This means you can opt for faster transaction processing by paying a higher fee. Alternatively, if you're not in a rush to have your transaction confirmed, you can save money by opting for a lower fee.



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