Denis replied to the topic How much % of your investable assets do you allocate to Bitcoin or other crypto? in the forum Bitcoin 10 months, 4 weeks ago
Me and my friends chip in 10 percent each.
Some of us have higher salaries than others but is around 10%.
Then we calculate the share of a bitcoin between us.
Wow, 75% is a lot.To put a 3/4 of ones income is pretty bold decision.
I understand your point but I believe you got it wrong.
Central Bank does not have to monitor anything.You can pay in normal currency, you can trade things with people, you can even pay in a non-existing currency if someone is willing to take it as a payment for you.
Also, the same thing goes for bitcoin.
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The only one I am aware of is Coinbase.
You should check that one out.
The website has over 13,000,000 users so I am sure you will find what you are looking for.
I would like to hear more about your experience with mining bitcoin for the past year, as you said.A lot of us are trying to help each other by sharing knowledge and ideas.
Hello, avsf !
I’ve exchanged few words with site admin and everything seems to be working well, for now.
This thread can be deleted as the problem is solved.
Thank you so much for your support.
Also, @Coin, thank you, too.
I am glad I can post now about my experiences with cryptocurrencies.
I was wondering if some of you could give me links of bitcoin millionaires.
I would like to hear their story and how they got rich mining bitcoin.
I was unable to find a good one and would like to hear from more experienced miners and owners about them.
Trying to get motivated to work in this field.
I would like to hear an answer from veteran cryptocurrencies users about their opinion on whether these currencies have future ?
They are being controlled by governments and banks not to get active enough in regular fields, like buying most of the things with bitcoin, for an example.
What do you think ?
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I must say I am surprised.I heard for a lot of things, but not Love coin.
Well, you got to give it to them, for the name at least.
I will see what you are talking about since it seems very interesting.
Bitcoin, like other cryptocurrencies, is a digital currency, which means it does not exist physically. Cryptocurrencies are designed as an exchange medium that uses cryptography to secure transactions, control the creation of new crypto-units, and the confirmation of transfer of funds from one account to another. Cryptocurrencies can be exchanged…[Read more]
Hello, people !
My name is Denis, I am 22 years old coming from Montenegro.
I live in a country in which people started hearing for cryptocurrencies last few years, on larger scale.Before that, rarely who knew about them.
Now, there is a lot of people that import machines to mine bitcoins.According to some sources, there is around 1000 miners…[Read more]
I am looking forward to hear from you when did you start working with Litecoin?
I would call Litecoin the “little brother” of bitcoin. Very little.
It recently hit 700$ but fell around 10% since.
It is still very profitable.
Litecoin seems a nice cryptocurrency for beginners and I would like to ask you how did you start working with Litecoin…[Read more]
For me it looks very genuine.
I had a friend who was very active there and managed to sell and buy Satoshis, but nothing big.
As what I heard from him, he had no problems in dealing with it.
I would say go for it.
As someone who tried bitcoin mining and entering that field, I know about bitcoin, but not much about other cryptocurrencies.
Could some of you enlighten me in what is Monero and how does it work ?
My research on this virtual currency is not that deep and an experience from a first hand user/miner/owner would mean a lot.
Another cryptocurrency that is being on the rice, is Ethereum.
While I know about bitcoin, this one gets me little bit unprepared.
When did you start mining this virtual currency ?
Was it worth it ?
Not many people in my country know about it and I would like to hear from the experts.
I was a person who tried to mine bitcoin, several years ago, before all the hype about it.
I was interested to know when did you start mining bitcoin ?
Do you own any ?
The problem in my country is that the software for this is limited and you have to import it.Also, electricity bill can skyrocket.
What is your history in bitcoin mining ?