**The 1st Bitcoin Bearer Bond or just call it a "Bitcoin Stick"** --- Opendime is a small USB stick that allows you to spend Bitcoin like a dollar bill. Pass it along multiple times. Connect to any USB to check balance. Unseal anytime to spend online. Trust no one. https://opendime.com/
Howdy. Wondering how you got here? I'm sure you are. You can't possibly want to spend your hard earned money on a complete stranger... Could you? My quest is simple, I want to be the first ever person to become a millionaire from doing literally nothing but people sending me bitcoin. I'm not demanding, not begging. I want to break the record. Anything you send will contribute to the million. 10 cents, 10 dollars, 1 dollar etc. It will all be stored in my Ledger and I will update as I go.
Bitcoin Annual Path to $1 Million - Year by year returns that would put Bitcoin at a one million dollars before 2030. Aligns well with Plan B's model. Prices are year end, not peaks. These returns follow a four year decaying cycle driven by mining reward halving events.
Looking to sell Bitcoin on Paxful for the first time. How are some people buying at $1.80 on the dollar?
New user here just looking to get rid of a small amount of BTC I own on Jaxx so I can pay some bills. I mean this guy I'm looking at (https://paxful.com/useKebwaro) is offering $1.80 on the dollar. It has to be a scam. All of his positive reviews are people with minimal trades and less than 2 weeks on the site. Couple questions: 1) If I traded with him, selling my BTC and getting paid via Interac Online, and it turns out he's a scammer, am I protected? Will I get my BTC back? 2) Does he get the BTC from me, before he even sends me the Interac money? 3) What would be the benefit of paying $1.80 on the $1 for BTC? It seems incredibly difficult for him to make the money back when buying at that price point. New user here just looking to get rid of a small amount of BTC I own on Jaxx so I can pay some bills.
07-25 23:14 - 'I need someone to deposit 1 dollar on roobet for me. I cant besauce i dont want to send id to coinbase. i will 3 dollars in return.' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Salty-Stream removed from /r/Bitcoin within 95-105min
[hiring] I need a few people to some signups. Each one pays you at least a few dollars. For every one you finish, i'll send $1 via bitcoin or paypal.
The little bonus these companies offer were alright back before the entire world wasn't on house arrest thanks to the coronavirus but now that people are having such a hard time making money, they just might help you out. As of right now, i've got something like 20 of them and for every one you do, as soon as i see confirmation on my end i will send you $1 in bitcoin. The majority of these are also free, and the ones that aren't will have an asterisk with the price next to them. If you're interested, put in a $bid so its easier to keep track of. Then just inbox me and let me know if youre available for any of these and we'll get started. Webull **$0.01 deposit. A penny. Enjeo **costs $1 but you make $21 Moomoo ** free Robinhood **free Voyager **$100 deposit but you make $25 and can withdraw deposit Acorns **$5 deposit but you'll make $5 Stash ** $5 depost but you'll make $20 Dosh *free, just link a card Fetch Rewards **free just scan a receipt The majority of them are USA only, but if you want to double check just run a quick google search.
05-05 21:54 - 'I would say what I say to all people. Invest 1/3 in btc, 1/3 in ethereum, and 1/3 in dollars. If you must throw alts in, put 1/4 in alts, 1/4 in btc, 1/4 in eth and 1/4 in dollars. / Then, every month do what is called a...' by /u/Ghostcarapace3 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 60-70min
''' I would say what I say to all people. Invest 1/3 in btc, 1/3 in ethereum, and 1/3 in dollars. If you must throw alts in, put 1/4 in alts, 1/4 in btc, 1/4 in eth and 1/4 in dollars. Then, every month do what is called a portfolio rebalance. That means that when you ratio of bitcoin to dollars in dollar denominated value goes high, sell some and put it into dollars. When it goes low, sell some dollars and put it into btc. REBALANCE IT. This method outperforms buy and hodl by 1.25-1.5x. Also, every two weeks, put 75% of your buy towards your portfolio. You can even merge this step with your portfolio rebalance step by making your buys against the underbalanced sections of your portfolio. Put 25% of your buying power towards a buy the dip fund. You will know when you see it. By doing this, you will be able to dramatically lower the average price of entry for your buys. If you want to absolutely distrust the dollar, then go with gold as the anchor basis point in place of dollars, and value the gold in terms of bitcoins per ounce. The entire point of this exercise is to ensure that when the bull market comes, you take profits, and when the bear market comes, you load up. ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: Ghostcarapace3
My best attempt to simplify the math of a 10 million dollar Bitcoin [1₿=10million]
🤖₿ So 21 million #bitcoins will ever exist, unlike the dollar that is infinitely printed, which is why it loses value. A #bitcoin is infinitely divisible so no matter how expensive 1 coin gets, infinite fractions of it can be purchased and used. You don't have to buy 1 coin. It's value is the money and things of value behind it÷the number of bitcoins that exist. There are 36 million millionaires in the world today, so by the time every 1 of them try to grab a full bitcoin when it becomes a must have investment, there won't be enough for all of them. That easily pushes 1 coin past 1 million dollars in value when they try to grab a whole coin. Then there are 260 trillion in global #stock markets through #stocks and #derivatives, or what others call #institutionalmoney. The the first US #exchanges are opening to bitcoin and #cryptocurrencies this summer. Once bitcoin is allowed to be traded for stocks, which is only a matter of time now with the #stockmarket opening to the #cryptocurrency markets already, that makes that 260 trillion open to be put behind bitcoin. When that starts to happen; 260 trillion divided by 21 million #bitcoins, puts #1bitcoin over 10 million dollars a coin, or 12 million a coin to be exact. This will likely happen in our lifetimes with everything happening now. That makes every dollar invested even at an 11k price, to be worth 1k$ in possibly 10 years at this rate. ₿🤖 There's more to it like the halvings; about every 4 years the distribution of bitcoin going out gets cut in half. The first 4 years 10.5 million bitcoins went out and the demand and use was small so the price was cheap. From less than a penny cheap in 2009, to over 1000$ in 2013 after it first halved. After that from 2013 through 2016 with only 5.25 million bitcoins were being mined/made; then it halved again in 2016 for a second time & the price ran up to 20k a coin because the supply got cut in half to only 2.125 million bitcoins being created with higher demand and use cases. This is where we are now until summer 2020 when the 3rd halving will happen. After that, the next halving will only have 1.05125 million new #bitcoins getting created until 2024, with 10 trillion in value of institutional markets opening up to it. The potential for the next halving with the halved new coin supply, plus increased demand and use cases is anywhere from 100k to 500k in the short term by late 2020 or early 2021, then another 80+% drop as usual. But in short, at the current prices you're in a good position to be fine after the next correction/drop that'll come after the upcoming halving skyrockets the price. I for one won't stop accumulating till we break 20k again, aka the last all time high. My golden rule is to never buy during new all time high prices, and thankfully we're still under it. So learn about it now and stack up before we break 20k again, because after we do the growth will be stupid fast. Calculated plug ins for 1 million and 10 million
Hey all, I have started working on an app/website that does remittances from the US to some parts of Asia and Africa. The way it works is similar to www.rebit.ph: Users who want to send money back home first convert the dollars to bitcoin, then send those bitcoins to the app/website's address, and from there we sell it on the receiving country's local market, and then pay their family/friend in local currency in the receiving country's. What I'm wondering is:
Do we have to get a Money Transmitter License or MSB license or any license of any sorts in the US to do this?
How much would it all cost?
I have read stuff online, but sometimes the advice given contradicts each other
What if we decided to accept dollars (credit cards, PayPal, etc..) from the US person and use it to transfer money abroad? Doesn't that mean we automatically become money transmitters? (Just making sure)
First Mover: In the Cryptocurrency Markets, No Two Exchanges Are Alike
In the cryptocurrency markets, no two exchanges are alike. Even in major crypto exchanges, trading U.S. dollars forbitcoincan have fairly different order sizes and spreads, according to data compiled by aggregator CryptoCompare. Average order sizes over the past week were quite varied, CryptoCompare found. Orders on Bitstamp averaged $3,424.11, the highest of major dollar to bitcoin (USD/BTC) pair exchanges. ItBit was second to Bitstamp at $2,874.17, with Kraken at $2787.68. Gemini’s average was in the middle of the pack at $1,438.31, followed by Coinbase at $1,113.15. Bitfinex was lowest, with an average order totaling $342.09. The average order of the six exchanges was $1,996.58. You’re readingFirst Mover, CoinDesk’s daily markets newsletter. Assembled by the CoinDesk Markets Team, First Mover starts your day with the most up-to-date sentiment around crypto markets, which of course never close, putting in context every wild swing in bitcoin and more. We follow the money so you don’t have to. You cansubscribe here. Average spreads between the highest bid offer and the lowest ask offer on an exchange order book also varied significantly. Data from CryptoCompare shows a few exchanges have a much larger daily price spread than others. “This is derived from L2 order book data, without fee calculations, on top of this,” said Constantine Tsav, head of research for CryptoCompare. Level 2, or L2, order book data is a term for market information that includes the scope of bid and ask prices for a given asset, in this case USD/BTC. Luxembourg-based Bitstamp, at $5.21 and New York-domiciled Gemini, at $2.38, have the largest average spreads in intraday trading, in this case CryptoCompare used a two-hour interval. Market spread is the gap between the highest bid and the lowest offer on the order book. Thus the gap is the difference between the price traders are willing to sell an asset and others are willing to buy an asset, and vice versa.
1 US Dollar = 0.004099 Bitcoin Cash: 2 US Dollar = 0.008199 Bitcoin Cash: 3 US Dollar = 0.012298 Bitcoin Cash: 5 US Dollar = 0.020497 Bitcoin Cash: 10 US Dollar = 0.040995 Bitcoin Cash: 20 US Dollar = 0.081990 Bitcoin Cash: 50 US Dollar = 0.204974 Bitcoin Cash: 100 US Dollar = 0.409948 Bitcoin Cash: 1000 US Dollar = 4.099475 Bitcoin Cash: 1000 CHF to BCH . BCH . Bitcoin Cash . 4.515918 . 1000 ... Fast eine Milliarde Dollar an Bitcoin-Optionskontrakten – etwas weniger als die Hälfte der bestehenden Kontrakte – wird am Freitag auslaufen, so Daten von Skew analytics. Und Ethereum liegt nicht weit dahinter. Denn etwa 450 Millionen Dollar an ETH-Optionskontrakten im Wert von 450 Millionen Dollar laufen am gleichen Tag aus. Currency Converter by Date - Historical Exchange Rate Graph of change in 1 US Dollar to Bitcoin. Changes in the value of 1 US Dollar in Bitcoin. For the week (7 days) Date Day 1 USD to BTC Changes Changes % October 17, 2020: Saturday: 0.00009 BTC-0.00001-14.116 %: October 18, 2020: Sunday: 0.00009 BTC-0.00001-13.317 %: October 19, 2020: Monday : 0.00009 BTC-0.00001-11.843 %: October 20, 2020 ... Fast eine Milliarde Dollar an Bitcoin-Optionskontrakten – etwas weniger als die Hälfte der bestehenden Kontrakte – wird am Freitag auslaufen, so Daten von Skew analytics. Und Ethereum liegt nicht weit dahinter. Denn etwa 450 Millionen Dollar an ETH-Optionskontrakten im Wert von 450 Millionen Dollar laufen am gleichen Tag aus. Dies könnte möglicherweise eine ganze Menge . Der Beitrag 1 ... The page provides the exchange rate of 1 US Dollar (USD) to Bitcoin (BTC), sale and conversion rate. Moreover, we added the list of the most popular conversions for visualization and the history table with exchange rate diagram for 1 US Dollar (USD) to Bitcoin (BTC) from Monday, 26/10/2020 till Monday, 19/10/2020.
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