Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet: a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. With Bitcoin, you can be your own bank. If you are new to Bitcoin, try btc (the recommended subreddit for censorship resistant bitcoin discussion), Bitcoin.com Wiki or find more info at Bitcoin.com.
Needed: "How to buy things with Bitcoin" instructional video
Just spent 20 minutes over Skype with a customer who spoke bad English, trying to figure out how to pay a Bitpay invoice using his Coinbase account. Real eye-opener about the level of user friendliness of Bitcoin (it's nowhere near acceptable). In the end he didn't succeed and it was incredibly painful to watch. "Copy the address", "Copy the amount", "paste in the other window", etc, etc, in the end the BitPay 15 minute timer timed out and we just gave up. Does anyone know of such a basic video? If not, does someone want to make one? Desperately needed. Needs to explain things like "you enter the recipient address" in your wallet (reverse from a credit card payment). Also useful: Tutorials on how to set up "bitcoin:" URL handling in common web browsers and wallets.
BSV (aka BCHSV) is a fork of a fork, and does not have the longest chain with the most POW. But even if it did, that doesnt change the fact that it is a fork of a fork of the original Bitcoin network. It also arbitrarily changed a slew of original bitcoin features such as shortening the DAA, changing the fundamental script, and introducing contentious protocol changes like Miner ID. So no, BSV is not the real Bitcoin.
2) Is BCHABC the real Bitcoin?
Sometimes (dubiously at best) called "BCH," but not really BCH because it too is a fork of a fork in the sense that its equally just as much of a fork as BSV (BCHSV), BCHABC is heralded as both the real Bitcoin and the real Bitcoin Cash. If it was the real BCH, then it wouldnt have forked away from the original BCH chain (now abandoned) without consensus and then fast-mined a bunch of blocks then checkpointed itself to avoid ever having to face real and lasting consensus. Likewise, BCHABC is also a fork of BCH, and BCH is a fork of Bitcoin, neither of which has or has had the longest chain with the most Proof of Work or the consensus of the Bitcoin community. So no, BCHABC is not the real Bitcoin.
3) Is BTC the real Bitcoin?
The title of the Bitcoin Whitepaper states that Bitcoin is a Peer to Peer cash system, which BTC is not. BTC is unable to be cash or scale as cash for the world because it has an arbitrarily limited blocksize limit which Satoshi Nakamoto (the inventor of Bitcoin) instructed to remove later, and has also installed a slew of protocol changes that fundamentally alter and change the dynamics of Bitcoin (such as RBF, Segwit, and many modifications to the script and the economics of the code). BTC is NOT the Bitcoin project that Satoshi Nakamoto created, and is an imposter chain controlled by the dubious "Bitcoin Core" development group. So no, BTC is not the real Bitcoin.
So Which Chain Is The Real Bitcoin, Then?
The real Bitcoin no longer exists, as the community shattered and split apart into many different forks and altcoins, the majority of the community following a project that does not resemble the original bitcoin in any way whatsoever. The Real Bitcoin is some botched, sad Bitcoin node collecting dust in the house of some disheartened enthusiast, completely absent of its network effect due to the community moving to a corrupted version of Bitcoin or one of the many altcoins created as a result. The Bitcoin experiment failed in many ways. It failed to scale, it failed to govern its protocol, it failed to be distributed, and it failed the test of not forking/splitting.
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Prior to this, I was selling BJJ instructionals on ebay before it got too popular for its own good. One of my customers tipped me off to the fact that I they discovered me on Reddit so I figure I try to hawk my wares here. As the title states I sell BJJ instructionals. I sell all kinds really but overwhelmingly the ones that sell best for me are John Danaher instructioals and those from his students so for sake of brevity, I'll just list those and other popular instructionals here. Prices are listed in USD, I have:
All 13 John Danaher instrutionals released to date. That's the entire Enter the System Series and Go Further Faster Series (so far). These are $25 each
All 6 Gordon Ryan instructionals including his Open Guard that was released today (July 8th as of this edit). These are $30 each
Both of Garry Tonon's Instructionals (Shoot to Kill and Exit the System). These are $25 each.
All four of Marcelo Garcia's 2019 and 2020 instructionals these are $25 each.
And more, just send me a message to ask.
If you're wondering, yes, I do run a Shoppy site as well and I do do packaged deals - just send me a PM to ask. Because I'll be labelled as a high risk seller for a while, your first sale from me, I will take on the risk, meaning I will send you the instructional first, then you can pay me upon delivery. Every subsequent sale afterwards, we'll do it the traditional way. This offer will not be indefinite, it's just temporary while I build up a rep. I am a grappler (black belt in BJJ + five years of wrestling experience) in real life and I actually do watch most of these instructionals so I can give you a good idea of what you'll be getting. Quality wise, expect most of these videos to be in 540p to 720p. With Danaher videos since they're so large, I'll be offering lower quality versions soon-ish, to cut down on download times. Cheers everyone and stay safe out there.
Buying BTC has many instructions and manuals, but what to do if i want to sell it? (Selling BitCoin)
Total newbie here, made my investigations and decided to take a leap of faith and spend 50$ to see how it will change through all this COVID craze. Moved them instantly to a wallet and ended with a small loss to ~45$, but at least i don't bother with safety issues. When i hodl and wait for lets say 1-2 months and assume it becomes 70$, what do i do after it? Wait for another fall and buy more? That would be the answer, but the question arising, is let's say i did 5-9 times and now have 500$ in BTC that i want to withdraw. How do i do it? Through trading P2P again, hoping i don't get played like a damn fiddle? Or do you guys use BitCoin as a source of constant income and withdraw sums after you get a gross increase from the initial sum you invested? Thank you! TLDR: What is your plan after investing and receiving income, that you know will eventually go down? Keep it? Withdraw it?
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