[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Diff between alt coins in btc or eth
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Hey guys What are the main differences between buying an alt coin in binance on the BTC tab or the eth tab?
09-04 01:35 - 'Well it is down year on year. Stocks would have been a much better investment. That is why people need a pep talk. / Edit: yeah, yeah, downvote me for factually correct statements. You all never fail, can’t handle a diff...' by /u/TheAnalogKoala removed from /r/Bitcoin within 10-20min
''' Well it is down year on year. Stocks would have been a much better investment. That is why people need a pep talk. Edit: yeah, yeah, downvote me for factually correct statements. You all never fail, can’t handle a different perspective. I love Bitcoin but this sub is a damn suicide cult. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: TheAnalogKoala
The previous $BTC bull run was so fundamentally diff' that this next one is likely going to rewrite financial history books. Bitcoin made it to 20 THOUSAND dollars whilst being called a ponzi scam by media & banks, who people trust. Survive this bear market is your priority.
Bitcoiners' efforts to put Bitcoin back on Wikipedia, 2010
On July 30, 2010, the Bitcoin article on Wikipedia was deleted, and it took until December to restore it. "No notable third-party coverage" was the main reason for deletion. Yes, there was a time when Bitcoin wasn't even being used by drug-dealers, so there weren't great stories for the press. Frustratingly, the Bitcoin Wikipedia page had existed since March 8, 2009, and by July 2010 it had been refined and polished to the point where it seemed to have met Wikipedia standards. More frustrating about the deletion, perhaps, was that Bitcoin was not easy to comprehend in July 2010, so a Wikipedia article was critical to helping bitcoin adoption. Without it, how else were you to tell your friends, taxi drivers and parents what it really was? On August 4 of 2010, the outcry was great enough from the community at bitcointalk that the Bitcoin page on Wikipedia was put up for deletion review. However the page's deletion was upheld. Then when bitcoiners lobbied for another deletion review in September the deletion was once again upheld. The main reason for keeping it deleted in each instance was the lack of notable, credible sources. One of the wiki editors said "The message to Bitcoin's supporters is: you would be better spending your energy in writing articles about it and getting them published in some reliable industry journals (i.e. those with enough editorial control to be accepted here as reliable sources). When you have achieved that, you can cite them as references and there will be no problem here. Your mistake is to try to use Wikipedia as the start of your promotion campaign - that's not what it's for." Fair enough! Bitcoiners at the time were using bitcoin-related sources as their "credible sources", and wiki editors weren't falling for it. Eight out of eight citations on the June 2010 Wikipedia page were from bitcoin.org. Here's another brief interaction between non-deletion user "Em3rgent0rdr" and glacier expert (and wiki deletionist) Polargeo:
There are now close to 5 million bitcoins, and at the current exchange rate of ~$0.22 USD/bitcoin, that means approx $1,100,000 USD worth of bitcoins exist in the bitcoin economy. This is significant. --Em3rgent0rdr My uncle has a house worth more than that. Do you think his house should have a page on wikipedia? Polargeo
I understand Polargeo's point, but I've always taken a guilty satisfaction in knowing that Bitcoin's market cap has eclipsed the value of his uncle's house. Eventually coverage from The Irish Times, Lew Rockwell and PCWorld put enough independent journalistic credibility into bitcoin, that the third deletion review came back with a Restore decision. The conservative crew at Wikipedia gave this warning before restoring the page: "if restored, protect immediately from new users-this one is a crapmagnet". Take a deeper look at the Bitcoin Wikipedia page's stats, you'll see lots of work put in (for no miner's reward!). 2,452 editors and over 13,000 total revisions. If you're a Bitcoin Wikipedia editor, I'd love to hear from you in the comments below.
Is BetOnline down for anyone? I just made a deposit via bitcoin because I found a bet I love, but now when I try to access the site, the page doesn't load up and I get the message "You do not have permission to view this directory or page" This is on mobile if it makes a difference Update: It works when I use incognito mode. Thoughts on why that is? Update: Incognito no longer works. Their twitter said IT is working on it. That was 9 hours ago. 1 hour ago they tweeted that they have technical difficulties and hope to have it up soon. Unfortunately no ETA Update: Comments made by others have links to A) a possible $50 free roll once the site is running, and B) a BetOnline tweet saying they are under a cyber attack. Not sure what to make of this. Hopefully bankrolls and information are secure Update: Site is back up, but for me at least, I can only view the help page Update: Dave Mason has tweeted that funds are safe and pending wagers will be graded. Still no ETA 5:45 PM EST Update: BOL sent out an email saying the site will likely be down throughout the weekend. The Mega Contest and Survivor Contest will exclude week 6 and continue in week 7 8:30 PM EST Update: BetOnline tweets out they have made "significant progress" in the last 24hrs. Hope to provide an ETA soon in r 10 PM EST Update: BOL tweets all funds are safe and pending wagers will be graded. " BetOnline.ag (@betonline_ag) Tweeted: We are happy to update the following commonly asked questions:
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We are rapidly working on an overall solution and hope to have one for you ASAP." Thank you again for your patience. https://twitter.com/betonline_ag/status/1317642756911734784?s=20 Update: BOL tweets out that they expect all services to be live at some point today Update: BOL is back online. Not mobile as of now I believe Edit: Thanks for the award! I don't mind posting any updates I find. I'm just a local degen anxious about when it comes online. All in this together! Update: They sent an email out with a loyalty bonus 1) A 100% deposit bonus (I nvr take the bonus bc of the rollover) 2) $100 free bet on Bucs v Raiders spread or total. Must be more than $10 wager. A loss will be refunded but those funds will be under a 3x Rollover requirement. If the game is postponed there will be a diff game chosen for the promo in week 8 3) $25 bet pretty much easy money. Bet is for all 3 Thanksgiving day games to combine for over 9 points at even odds. Must be sure to opt in to the promo beforehand. Check your email. Click the image and enter your acct number to opt in
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Is this the subreddit that supports segwit? Im confused about r/btc vs r/bitcoin. Whats the diffe...
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