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Bitcoin discussion / profit on falling Bitcoin price
« on: September 15, 2017, 01:57:59 PM »
found this and gave it a try with the demo and free deposit... it worked... so going to try with real money


http://www.finance-guy.net/finblog/profit-falling-bitcoin

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Bitcoin discussion / Will the Fork end with an alt coin?
« on: August 28, 2015, 07:07:41 AM »
http://www.finance-guy.net/finblog/bitcoin-forkin-war an outsiders look at the current debate

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http://www.finance-guy.net/finblog/bitcoin-storm-brewing

So the market is ready to make a move :)  Strap in and enjoy the ride.

What do you think?  is BTC ready to take off again?

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I had a read of this post:
http://www.finance-guy.net/finblog/bitcoin-vol-up

Makes an interesting point.  Price is quite stable, but if volume isn't going up, then I'm guessing that means adoption isn't going up either...

What ideas do you have to help increase Bitcoin usage?

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Bitcoin discussion / Re: How do you convince newbies to use BTC?
« on: April 14, 2015, 07:41:53 AM »
what if they don't care about the current system and are happy to keep using it, people need motivation to make changes...

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Bitcoin discussion / Re: Are you spending your Bitcoin?
« on: April 14, 2015, 07:36:06 AM »
Shopping with BTC is not a bad idea.


I agree. While I save a little bitcoin, I also like to spend a little bitcoin. The general public needs to see it being spent in real transactions. That keeps it from being perceived as just another fad bubble / faux investment opportunity. Makes it a real currency.


Just my two cents worth.

I think it's more than just spending it, we have to show why it's better to use Bitcoin rather than cash.  everyday people need to see the benefits


Regards,
Christopher

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Bitcoin discussion / Bitcoin is not a bubble!
« on: April 14, 2015, 07:06:40 AM »
A different look at the Bitcoin market:
http://www.finance-guy.net/finblog/bitcoin-not-a-bubble

it's not a very positive opinion, but I agree that something needs to be done to attract the general masses to use Bitcoin.  Something needs to make BTC more attractive than cash for everyday people.

What kind of incentives do you think would work for the people you know?

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Bitcoin discussion / How do you convince newbies to use BTC?
« on: March 30, 2015, 04:23:29 AM »
I just read this post:
http://www.finance-guy.net/finblog/what-is-bitcoin

got me thinking... most people I talk to, don't understand enough about tech or cryptography to appreciate BTC. 

How would you promote it to the general masses in a way to help increase adoption?

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Bitcoin discussion / Would you short trade BTC?
« on: January 20, 2015, 04:11:22 PM »
I just read this:
http://www.finance-guy.net/finblog/can-i-short-sell-bitcoin

It shows how to trade short on BTC, even if you aren't a hedge fund guru, or a billionaire. 

What do you think?

Can the price continue to fall, or are we near the end of the sell down?

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thanks for that.  I guess it's a longer term view than that taken by the article :)

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I just had a look at this:

http://www.finance-guy.net/finblog/enroncoin


the opinions are very negative, but it does make an interesting point that M Pesa was very successful because it enabled customers to use fiat currency....

What do you think? 
Is bitcoin the future or will another coin with extra features eventually replace it?

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Hi,

Please explain how the loans are structured.

How often is interest compounded, is it flat rate or annual?

how long is the loan for, and how are repayments structured?

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Bitcoin discussion / Re: Are you spending your Bitcoin?
« on: January 13, 2015, 08:18:25 AM »
I agree that we need to use Bitcoin more, otherwise it will never gain traction, but given the current setup used by merchants... spending bitcoin is the same as selling it as they just convert instantly to receive cash

Shopping with BTC is not a bad idea.

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Bitcoin mining / Can you make money mining from home?
« on: December 02, 2014, 10:32:54 AM »
I just had a read of this:
http://www.finance-guy.net/finblog/is-difficulty-creating-centralization-of-bitcoin

My home computer certainly can't mine bitcoin.  It makes a good point about mining pools, what do you think?  Is having a few big players a risk?

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Bitcoin discussion / Re: Are you spending your Bitcoin?
« on: November 18, 2014, 02:13:27 AM »
Irony is that companies who 'accept bitcoin' actually never receive any so do they really accept them?  In reality they are accepting US Dollars from [censored], and [censored] is accepting Bitcoin :)

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