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Ep. 85 - Bitcoin Moderacy & Warriors Futures w/ Aaron Lammer from CoinTalk Show

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CoinTalk Review || Earn Free Bitcoin

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Cointalk Graz, 3.2.2015: "Was ist der Wert von Bitcoin?"

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[German] Cointalk, 3.2.2015: "Bitcoin zwischen Keynes und Österreichischer Schule"

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[xpost r/bitcoin] Charlie Lee of Litecoin, Koblitz Group and FreeTalk Live just came on CoinTalk - We're still trying to grow our show and want to hear what reddit thinks! Also, we're trying to grow our audience so if you like it - share it! :) - [43:21]

[xpost bitcoin] Charlie Lee of Litecoin, Koblitz Group and FreeTalk Live just came on CoinTalk - We're still trying to grow our show and want to hear what reddit thinks! Also, we're trying to grow our audience so if you like it - share it! :) - [43:21] submitted by COINTALK to litecoin [link] [comments]

Can't get enough Andreas Antonopolous? CoinTalk interviewed him at the Inside Bitcoin Conference in Las Vegas, check it out! Also: Kris Henriksen, CEO of BIPS talking about the BIPS hack!

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CoinTalk Video Podcast 010 - Inside Bitcoins Conference - Guests Include: Ryan Charleston, Adam B. Levine, Stephanie Murphy, Patrick Melton

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Cointalk: Website pays you in Bitcoin to make intelligent contributions to conversations.

Just learned about this site today via a techcrunch article.
Basically the website and other people chatting "tip" you for good contributions. It's actually a great idea, already earned some coin myself. You can withdraw it at a certain threshold too.
www.coinchat.org
or
If you're feeling generous REFERRAL LINK.
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Cointalk, 3. Feb. 2015: "What is the value of Bitcoin? Keynes vs. Austrian School"

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Bringing Bitcoin to the Middle East – Cointalks Dubai

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Hey everyone! It's Kyle from CoinTalk, the crypto-currency show. Interested in Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin or the crypto space? Get up to date with our a/v podcast! We don't just freely speculate, we travel the world and interview the experts! Links in the comments, we'd love to hear what you think!

Hey everyone! It's Kyle from CoinTalk, the crypto-currency show. Interested in Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin or the crypto space? Get up to date with our a/v podcast! We don't just freely speculate, we travel the world and interview the experts! Links in the comments, we'd love to hear what you think! submitted by COINTALK to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

CoinTalk Episode 11 - Inside Bitcoins Las Vegas 2013 - Guests include: Ron Gross - Mastercoin, Joshua Schechter - Crypto Trust Point, Alan Reiner - Armory Technologies, Hieu Bui - BitDazzle - Enjoy!

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Cointalk, 3.2.2015: "Bitcoin zwischen Keynes und Österreichischer Schule."

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Hey everyone! It's Kyle from CoinTalk, the crypto-currency show. Interested in Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dogecoin or the crypto space? Get up to date with our a/v podcast! We don't just freely speculate, we travel the world and interview the experts! Links in the comments, we'd love to hear what you think!

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CoinTalk 012 - Inside Bitcoins Las Vegas 2013 Part 5 of 5 - Andreas Antonopolous and Kris Henriksen

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09-21 19:16 - 'SwapHub BOUNTY Campaign' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Good-Ad808 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 49-59min

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RBF bricking possible?

This thread (https://old.reddit.com/ledgerwallet/comments/hjypec/double_spend_possible_on_ledge) was on the RBF vulnerability. btchip linked to Ledger's website post on the matter (https://www.ledger.com/trickery-is-not-a-vulnerability). I might have missed something; but it does not seem to address the second order attack which could permanently disable a wallet with or without the victim’s knowledge of the transaction. From https://www.bit-cointalk.com/2020/07/02/researchers-expose-flaw-in-bitcoin-wallets-that-could-be-exploited-for-double-spending/ : "Essentially, it’s a denial of service (DoS) attack, preventing people from using their wallets. “This also disables other kinds of sending attempts if the wallet’s coin selection algorithm chooses funds from this nonexistent transaction,” Ohayon said. These wallets are “bricked,” to use Sutch’s parlance.
The technical details are over my old head... but the mention of "bricking" causes alarm. The post on Ledger's site states that " your crypto, recovery phrase, private keys, PIN code etc. are not at risk. ". But this is in reference to the first type of RBF vulnarability... not the second one. So is "bricking" possible?
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The TAU Coin Concept Which is Based on Proof of Transaction as a New Consensus Algorithm

Recently, perhaps crypto currency watchers often hear about the ideas of Proof of Work and Proof of Stake, as well as the definition of mining, or the process of how new digital currencies are released through networks.
Proof of Work
As considered the first consensus algorithm, Proof of Work (PoW) is defined as a protocol that has the main purpose of preventing cyber attacks such as distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, which aim to use up computer system resources by sending fake requests.
The concept of Proof of work already existed even before bitcoin, but Satoshi Nakamoto applied this technique to - we still don't know who Nakamoto really is - his digital currency that revolutionized traditional transaction methods.
In fact, the idea of ​​the PoW was originally published by Cynthia Dwork and Moni Naor in 1993, but the term "Proof-of-Work" was created by Markus Jakobsson and Ari Juels in a document published in 1999.
However, taking into account the date it was made, POW is probably the biggest idea behind Nakamoto's Bitcoin white paper - published in 2008 - because it allows consensus without trust and distribution.
Proof-of-Work which is performed through mining and used by Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin among others. The miner is incentivized because it receives a reward for solving the puzzle that verifies the transaction. The quantity and quality of the computer determine the mining power and consequently the profit you can make. PoW reaches consensus because the miner has to (literally) prove the verification through computational labor, and at least 51% of the miner-network has to agree with the verification.
Proof of Stake
Proof of Stake (PoS) as the second consensus algorithm, is another way to validate transactions based on distributed consensus, and to achieve distributed consensus. This is still an algorithm, and the goal is the same as proof-of-work, but the process for achieving goals is very different.
The idea of ​​proof-of-work was first proposed at the BitCointalk forum in 2011, but the first digital currency to use this method was Peercoin in 2012, along with ShadowCash, Nxt, BlackCoin, NuShares / NuBits, Qora, and Nav Coin.
Unlike proof-of-work, where the algorithm rewards miners who solve mathematical equations with the aim of validating transactions and creating new blocks, with proof-of-stake, the creator of the new block is chosen in a deterministic way, depending on wealth, or defined as well as a bet. There are no block rewards.
This PoS selects a validator (comparable to a miner) based on the number of coins it deposits. Since one validator verifies the transaction, the miner doesn’t need to waste as much energy and hardware as Proof-of-Work – where each miner tries to solve the same transaction.
In addition, all digital currencies were made beforehand and the numbers never changed. This means, in the PoS system, there are no block rewards. So, the miners take transaction fees.
However, the rich get richer as they have higher chances at the selection procedure, meaning higher chances to receive the reward. This is why, in fact, in this PoS system, miners are referred to as counterfeiters. PoS is implemented by Peercoin, Decred, and Ethereum. This verification scheme reaches consensus because the validator-network checks the reviews as well. The validator won’t verify fraudulent transactions because it will lose more money (the deposit) than it can earn (the reward).
TAU Coin Concept on Proof of Transaction
Cited from http://networkcultures.org/longform/2018/08/25/proof-of-transaction-the-materiality-of-cryptocurrency/ ,
Proof-of-Transaction is defined as "a physical object that absorbs the process of transferring value from one space or entity to another. It captures the orders of magnitude of the exchange (from technology to phenomena) and narrates these realities through interobjective relations". Further, it is explained that transaction contains a meaning of ‘an agreement’ which involves an exchange or interaction between two entities. While other word that is ‘proof’ shall be referred to ‘evidence’, the witness of an event.
The proposal of TAU is an original consensus mechanism POT. It uses on-chain historical accumulated transactions to determine who can propose a new block. Block generation in TAU is still called mining like Bitcoin, but block reward only comes in the form of transaction fee. TAU is a single utility chain that funds wiring is the only thing supported; therefore, transaction fee is the only income for miners. TAU block structure is designed to support mobile phone mining for decentralization. Total 10 billions coins are generated in the genesis block, while the goal is for each individual to have a full TAU. For every address, the probability of generating a new block is exactly in linear proportion to its historical transaction. This sum is called mining power, an analogue to hash power in Bitcoin.
Further information can be found at www.taucoin.io.
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The TAU Coin Concept Which is Based on Proof of Transaction as a New Consensus Algorithm

Recently, perhaps crypto currency watchers often hear about the ideas of Proof of Work and Proof of Stake, as well as the definition of mining, or the process of how new digital currencies are released through networks.
Proof of Work
As considered the first consensus algorithm, Proof of Work (PoW) is defined as a protocol that has the main purpose of preventing cyber attacks such as distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, which aim to use up computer system resources by sending fake requests.
The concept of Proof of work already existed even before bitcoin, but Satoshi Nakamoto applied this technique to - we still don't know who Nakamoto really is - his digital currency that revolutionized traditional transaction methods.
In fact, the idea of ​​the PoW was originally published by Cynthia Dwork and Moni Naor in 1993, but the term "Proof-of-Work" was created by Markus Jakobsson and Ari Juels in a document published in 1999.
However, taking into account the date it was made, POW is probably the biggest idea behind Nakamoto's Bitcoin white paper - published in 2008 - because it allows consensus without trust and distribution.
Proof-of-Work which is performed through mining and used by Bitcoin, Litecoin and Dogecoin among others. The miner is incentivized because it receives a reward for solving the puzzle that verifies the transaction. The quantity and quality of the computer determine the mining power and consequently the profit you can make. PoW reaches consensus because the miner has to (literally) prove the verification through computational labor, and at least 51% of the miner-network has to agree with the verification.
Proof of Stake
Proof of Stake (PoS) as the second consensus algorithm, is another way to validate transactions based on distributed consensus, and to achieve distributed consensus. This is still an algorithm, and the goal is the same as proof-of-work, but the process for achieving goals is very different.
The idea of ​​proof-of-work was first proposed at the BitCointalk forum in 2011, but the first digital currency to use this method was Peercoin in 2012, along with ShadowCash, Nxt, BlackCoin, NuShares / NuBits, Qora, and Nav Coin.
Unlike proof-of-work, where the algorithm rewards miners who solve mathematical equations with the aim of validating transactions and creating new blocks, with proof-of-stake, the creator of the new block is chosen in a deterministic way, depending on wealth, or defined as well as a bet. There are no block rewards.
This PoS selects a validator (comparable to a miner) based on the number of coins it deposits. Since one validator verifies the transaction, the miner doesn’t need to waste as much energy and hardware as Proof-of-Work – where each miner tries to solve the same transaction.
In addition, all digital currencies were made beforehand and the numbers never changed. This means, in the PoS system, there are no block rewards. So, the miners take transaction fees.
However, the rich get richer as they have higher chances at the selection procedure, meaning higher chances to receive the reward. This is why, in fact, in this PoS system, miners are referred to as counterfeiters. PoS is implemented by Peercoin, Decred, and Ethereum. This verification scheme reaches consensus because the validator-network checks the reviews as well. The validator won’t verify fraudulent transactions because it will lose more money (the deposit) than it can earn (the reward).
TAU Coin Concept on Proof of Transaction
Cited from http://networkcultures.org/longform/2018/08/25/proof-of-transaction-the-materiality-of-cryptocurrency/ ,
Proof-of-Transaction is defined as "a physical object that absorbs the process of transferring value from one space or entity to another. It captures the orders of magnitude of the exchange (from technology to phenomena) and narrates these realities through interobjective relations". Further, it is explained that transaction contains a meaning of ‘an agreement’ which involves an exchange or interaction between two entities. While other word that is ‘proof’ shall be referred to ‘evidence’, the witness of an event.
The proposal of TAU is an original consensus mechanism POT. It uses on-chain historical accumulated transactions to determine who can propose a new block. Block generation in TAU is still called mining like Bitcoin, but block reward only comes in the form of transaction fee. TAU is a single utility chain that funds wiring is the only thing supported; therefore, transaction fee is the only income for miners. TAU block structure is designed to support mobile phone mining for decentralization. Total 10 billions coins are generated in the genesis block, while the goal is for each individual to have a full TAU. For every address, the probability of generating a new block is exactly in linear proportion to its historical transaction. This sum is called mining power, an analogue to hash power in Bitcoin.
Further information can be found at www.taucoin.io.
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Suggestion: We need a Korean community manager for Korean forums.

I was browsing the Korean equivalent of BitcoinTalk known as Cointalk.co.kr and I noticed the lack of discussion on ICON. Over the past few weeks ICON has been signing multiple MOUs and I don't see this being mentioned at all in Korean forums. ICON being mentioned by the Weiss rating agency in a positive light was not being talked about on the forums either.
The MOUs with Kyber, Cyberdigm, Smilegate, and RaonSecure are pretty big deals imo. Smilegate is the 5th largest gaming company in Korea. RaonSecure is doing business with virtually every single Korean bank, asset management firms, and the likes of Korean telecom giants such as SK telecom, heck even Samsung. And yet STILL the Koreans are being kept in the dark about these developments.
Which brings me to my point, that I think having a Korean community manager that can update Korean communities would be benefitial to the ICON ecosystem. I am not saying that we should be shilling ICON to Koreans, instead, I'm suggesting that we provide potential Korean investors with important news updates and announcements about ICON so that it becomes known in the Korean community as a serious contender(which it is).
I would do this myself since I'm half Korean, but since I don't have a Korean ID or phone number I can't sign up to these Korean forums.
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All The Longreads (So Far)

I'm trying to work on a system that would pull only the longreads links out and shove them into their own RSS feed. It's super hacky and embarrassing and all the other things that prevent people from sharing code (I will eventually, I promise...it's only 11 lines of python right now). But, I should at least share all the links, by date, in a post. Please enjoy all the longreads:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 21:56:00 -0000 * How The Wall Street Journal is preparing its journalists to detect deepfakes * Self-driving trucks in US offer window into where machines may replace humans * When Elon Musk Tunnels Under Your Home * The Case Against Quantum Computing * HOW GOOGLE AND AMAZON GOT AWAY WITH NOT BEING REGULATED * How to Use an iPod Touch as a Secure Device Instead of a Phone * Scientists say goodbye to physical definition of the kilogram
Fri, 16 Nov 2018 22:15:10 -0000 * THE GENIUS NEUROSCIENTIST WHO MIGHT HOLD THE KEY TO TRUE AI * Are Killer Robots the Future of War? Parsing the Facts on Autonomous Weapons * The Internet Has a Huge C/C++ Problem and Developers Don't Want to Deal With It * How Superhuman Built an Engine to Find Product/Market Fit * THE HAIL MARY PLAN TO RESTART A HACKED US ELECTRIC GRID * Space Camp grows up
Fri, 09 Nov 2018 21:56:00 -0000 * Why Technology Favors Tyranny * Tech C.E.O.s Are in Love With Their Principal Doomsayer * HQ Trivia was a blockbuster hit — but internal turmoil and a shrinking audience have pushed its company to the brink * ‘It’s Giant and Has Like Five Million Buttons.’ The Office Desk Phone Won’t Die * Why Doctors Hate Their Computers * Here Comes ‘Smart Dust,’ the Tiny Computers That Pull Power from the Air * ASTRONOMERS SEE MATERIAL ORBITING A BLACK HOLE RIGHT AT THE EDGE OF FOREVER
Fri, 02 Nov 2018 20:56:00 -0000 * The Facebook Dilemma, Part 1 * The Facebook Dilemma, Part 2 * A Cryptocurrency Millionaire Wants to Build a Utopia in Nevada * The Man Behind the Scooter Revolution * A Fork in the Road for Avis * The Encyclopedia of the Missing
Fri, 26 Oct 2018 20:56:00 -0000 * Inside Rockstar Games' Culture Of Crunch * At Netflix, Radical Transparency and Blunt Firings Unsettle the Ranks * Podcast on Netflix Culture * It Might Get Loud: Inside Silicon Valley’s Battle to Own Voice Tech * How Dara Khosrowshahi’s Iranian heritage shapes how he leads Uber * AN ALTERNATIVE HISTORY OF SILICON VALLEY DISRUPTION
Fri, 05 Oct 2018 20:56:00 -0000 * The iPhone XS & XS Max Review: Unveiling the Silicon Secrets * Sex Workers Pioneered the Early Internet—and It Screwed Them Over * Raised by YouTube * Old Unicorn, New Tricks: Airbnb Has A Sky-High Valuation. Here's Its Audacious Plan To Earn It * EA announces ‘FIFA 19’ PS4 esports tournament
Fri, 28 Sep 2018 20:56:00 -0000 * How Uber is getting flying cars off the ground * Coinbase Wants To Be Too Big To Fail * The Apple Watch – Tipping Point Time for Healthcare * Meet the Community Keeping Obsolete Supercomputers Alive * The first Android phone 10 years later: An annotated review * Hacker says he'll livestream deletion of Zuckerberg's Facebook page
Fri, 21 Sep 2018 20:46:00 -0000 * Inside Facebook’s Election ‘War Room’ * Bitcoin Miners Flock to New York’s Remote Corners, but Get Chilly Reception * Living The Stream * A brief history of the numeric keypad * Inside the Dramatic, Painful--and Hugely Successful--Return of Reddit's Founders
Fri, 14 Sep 2018 20:55:47 -0000 * Android 9 Pie, thoroughly reviewed * Why a Leading Venture Capitalist Is Betting on a Decentralized Internet * Olaf Carlson-Wee Rode the Bitcoin Boom to Silicon Valley Riches. Can He Survive the Crash? * Memo to the Silicon Valley boys’ club: Arlan Hamilton has no time for your BS * Driverless Hype Collides With Merciless Reality
Fri, 07 Sep 2018 21:02:25 -0000 * Inside the World of Eddy Cue, Apple’s Services Chief * Bezos Unbound: Exclusive Interview With The Amazon Founder On What He Plans To Conquer Next * The Super Rich of Silicon Valley Have a Doomsday Escape Plan * What went wrong at Social Capital * How Android Pie’s Adaptive Battery and Adaptive Brightness work * The man who won the lottery 14 times
Fri, 31 Aug 2018 20:56:00 -0000 * Franken-algorithms: the deadly consequences of unpredictable code * Logged off: meet the teens who refuse to use social media * How Big Tech Swallowed Seattle * The Mystery of People Who Speak Dozens of Languages
Fri, 17 Aug 2018 20:56:00 -0000 * VIRGIN GALACTIC’S ROCKET MAN * Inside Evernote’s brain * LET’S ALL GO BACK TO TUMBLR * Why Can’t Europe Do Tech? * To Get Ready for Robot Driving, Some Want to Reprogram Pedestrians
Fri, 03 Aug 2018 20:56:00 -0000 * How Robot Hands Are Evolving to Do What Ours Can * Why the Next Silicon Valley Will Probably Be Outside the U.S. * Masayoshi Son’s secret to running his $100 billion fund: Telling start-ups to treat each other like family * What Happened to General Magic? * Growing Up Jobs
Fri, 27 Jul 2018 20:56:00 -0000 * Brock Pierce: The Hippie King of Cryptocurrency * How Silicon Valley Has Disrupted Philanthropy * THE 'GUERRILLA' WIKIPEDIA EDITORS WHO COMBAT CONSPIRACY THEORIES * Inside Google’s Shadow Workforce * MySpace and the Coding Legacy it Left Behind
Fri, 13 Jul 2018 20:55:00 -0000 * Hell for Elon Musk Is a Midsize Sedan * How Twitter Became Home to the Teen Status Update * Why Some of Instagram's Biggest Memers Are Locking Their Accounts * GEORGE HOTZ IS ON A HACKER CRUSADE AGAINST THE ‘SCAM’ OF SELF-DRIVING CARS * THE ONLY GOOD ONLINE FANDOM LEFT IS DUNE * Netflix Isn’t Being Reckless, It’s Just Playing a Game No One Else Dares (Netflix Misunderstandings, Pt. 3)
Fri, 22 Jun 2018 20:50:39 -0000 * How Twitter Made The Tech World's Most Unlikely Comeback * The Legend of Nintendo * Intel now faces a fight for its future * INSIDE THE CRYPTO WORLD'S BIGGEST SCANDAL
Fri, 08 Jun 2018 20:57:00 -0000 * ‘I can understand about 50 percent of the things you say’: How Congress is struggling to get smart on tech * The Twitter crime mystery that gripped Spain * Meet the people who still use Myspace: 'It's given me so much joy' * Exploring The Digital Ruins Of 'Second Life' * Why Aren’t We All Buying Houses on the Internet?
Fri, 01 Jun 2018 20:57:00 -0000 * Obama's US Digital Service Survives Trump—Quietly * he Search for Women Who Want Cybersecurity Careers * How Futures Trading Changed Bitcoin Prices * The Growing Emptiness of the "Star Wars" Universe
Fri, 11 May 2018 20:57:00 -0000 * Don't Skype Me: How Microsoft Turned Consumers Against a Beloved Brand * How to Make Your Open Office Less Annoying * The 15 People Who Keep Wikipedia’s Editors From Killing Each Other * The Wealthy Are Hoarding $10 Billion of Bitcoin in Bunkers * Supercomputers are driving a revolution in hurricane forecasting
Fri, 04 May 2018 20:57:00 -0000 * ‘Hi, It’s Amazon Calling. Here’s What We Don’t Like in Your City.’ * Over 400 Startups Are Trying to Become the Next Warby Parker. Inside the Wild Race to Overthrow Every Consumer Category * All We Want to Do Is Watch Each Other Play Video Games * CoinTalk
Fri, 27 Apr 2018 20:30:29 -0000 * Inside Jeff Bezos’s DC Life * Hulu Beyond 'Handmaid's Tale': Execs and Stars on a Promising Yet Uncertain Future * Can Silicon Valley Get You Pregnant? * You could be flirting on dating apps with paid impersonators
Fri, 06 Apr 2018 21:05:17 -0000 * Lawyer bots take the hassle out of fighting parking tickets and property taxes — and could cost local governments real revenue * How Europe’s new privacy rule is reshaping the internet * Checking in with the Facebook fact-checking partnership * A 200-Year-Old Idea Offers A New Way to Trace Stolen Bitcoins * South Korean millennials are reeling from the Bitcoin bust
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05-26 00:44 - 'VITE Airdrop runs until May 31' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/EtherBoy2018 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 3-13min

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Cointalk - Should You Invest in Bitcoin? Cointalk Bitcoin Dips.. Regalcoin Unlocked bitcoincash BCH ... Earn Bitcoin From Cointalk With Withdraw proof Coins Talk - YouTube Cointalk #70 - Ist der Bitcoin ein Spekulationsobjekt?

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Cointalk - Should You Invest in Bitcoin?

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