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Can someone help me understand this? I have $20.09 usd in my bitcoin balance but when I go to send it says I can only send $10.40? I don’t understand this at all. It won’t let me cash out all my money.

Can someone help me understand this? I have $20.09 usd in my bitcoin balance but when I go to send it says I can only send $10.40? I don’t understand this at all. It won’t let me cash out all my money. submitted by Crystal403 to btc [link] [comments]

Can someone help me understand this? I have $20.09 usd in my bitcoin balance but when I go to send it says I can only send $10.40? I don’t understand this at all. It won’t let me cash out all my money.

Can someone help me understand this? I have $20.09 usd in my bitcoin balance but when I go to send it says I can only send $10.40? I don’t understand this at all. It won’t let me cash out all my money. submitted by Crystal403 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

How do I sell bitcoin for USD if im under 18 in the USA?

I have btc, and I want to get real money for it
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Can someone help me understand this? I have $20.09 usd in my bitcoin balance but when I go to send it says I can only send $10.40? I don’t understand this at all. It won’t let me cash out all my money.

Can someone help me understand this? I have $20.09 usd in my bitcoin balance but when I go to send it says I can only send $10.40? I don’t understand this at all. It won’t let me cash out all my money. submitted by layman_hodling_bros to btc [link] [comments]

How Can I Accept Bitcoin Payments While Getting Paid in USD?

Hello /bitcoin
I work in the cryptocurrency industry and work alongside clients who do as well.
While I love this industry, I find the process of most of my clients who only pay in Bitcoin or cryptocurrency to be a tax obligation nightmare when it comes time to file my taxes and business taxes.
Are there any options out there where I can accept Bitcoin as payment to keep my clients happy but I receive USD upon receipt?
I can't imagine small businesses that accept Bitcoin enjoy dealing with the tax headaches Bitcoin causes them during tax season. There must be a better way...
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[OFFER] I will get the contact information of your friend/relative (US adults only) for $10 USD in bitcoin

It might take some time, but it is doable. I will just ask some questions, then get right to work. The reason it is cheap is because I don't have to travel anywhere (I constantly get asked why it is cheap). I only do US adults because it is perfectly legal (once again, I constantly get asked why I only do US adults). If you have any more questions, just ask in the comments or through DM, although I won't do my services until you comment. How the payment process works is you give me some information, I get the information and give it to you, then you pay. This is so you know I am not scamming you
Note that this isn't against the Reddit ToS. By no personal information, they mean no doxing, and I am going to give you the info through DM.
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Question about markets

So there’s one thing I don’t quite understand. How do markets between two crypto’s stay tied to the the price of each crypto in USD?
Let’s say you have the price of bitcoin in USD, and the price of ADA in USD. At any given time, there is a ratio there. But if you trade BTC/ADA, there’s a separate market. How could that market be anything other than that exact ratio? Is there some automatic process happening that I don’t understand? Or are there people watching each market separately and making decisions based on that?
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I want to invest 3k USD in Bitcoin. What is the best strategy to do it?

- How best to spread it over DCA? - Where is the best place to buy? - What is the best way to store? and - What is the best strategy to cash it out, if I don't want to wait more than 2-3 years?
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[Q] In order to buy 1$ USD worth of BTC I need to front 54.87$ USD of bitcoin...so what should I do? Can I not get bitcoin without having bitcoin?

I'm really interested in just playing around with a small amount of btc but I can't figure out how to get started as a minor
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Hello! I have questions as a new trader. First, I understand blue is profit and red is loss. My question is, how does everything get calculated in? I put in $100 USD worth of bitcoin and have been confused. How does it transfer in terms of these values. Has money been lost? Gained? What percent?

Hello! I have questions as a new trader. First, I understand blue is profit and red is loss. My question is, how does everything get calculated in? I put in $100 USD worth of bitcoin and have been confused. How does it transfer in terms of these values. Has money been lost? Gained? What percent? submitted by BootyWarrior8732 to Forex [link] [comments]

Bitcoin to USD bank account in Canada

Is there a way to sell my Bitcoin in USD and have it transferred to a usd dollar bank account in a Canadian bank?
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06-14 00:04 - 'Another USD going to the moon meme post in Lebanon. Rate changed from 1500 -> 7000 !!! our currency is collapsing :'(' (i.redd.it) by /u/assaad33 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 112-122min

Another USD going to the moon meme post in Lebanon. Rate changed from 1500 -> 7000 !!! our currency is collapsing :'(
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Let's have a clear and open discuss on what makes some people believe bitcoin is a currency and others say it can never be a currency. What defines a currency? What would make it so that the next time I google search bitcoins price it isn't measured in USD, it is measured in satoshis.

Will USD always be around in fiat form. What about a USD coin actually backed by the federal reserve. What makes currency anyway? Imagine we drop fiat and just use digital tokens. It makes sense to always have a type of card where said digital currency is stored. Instead of $1000 USD in fiat in a visa well we have $1000 in USD coin in visa. No one uses fiat anymore. This could be a reality. Not sure why as I skim this subreddit I see a lot of hatred towards crypto. I am not sure if they are trolls or from investing lol . The point is the zeitgeist and even the overton window will most definitely shift post COVID-19. Banks are empty and not many people are using fiat because of the crisis going on. To make the case that banks keep our USD crypto is also laughable. Essentially there would be no need for them. With everyone having their own wallet. The idea won't fly though as hey Mr. 60 year old with dementia just lost 40k in USD retirement because he lost his crypto key. Overcome that little obstacle and even the haters of crypto would come around. SO, maybe banks should stick around then huh? Keep our keys safe. Wouldn't that work against what crypto is supposed to be about? This is far too complicated for even top economists to answer huh. I end with what I started. I believe we are moving towards a digital age. We shall see where things go from here.
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Cost to mine 1 Bitcoin is now $14,000 USD. "Bitcoin Price Chart Fractal Seen in 2019 Hints at $14K Within Months". I bet BTC price ascends to $14,000 in next 30 days! NewYorkCoin (NYC) is a faster, no fee version of Litecoin since 2014! Official New York Coin nycoin.net | newyorkcoin.net

Cost to mine 1 Bitcoin is now $14,000 USD. submitted by hivewalletvictim to NewYorkCoin [link] [comments]

I want to sell a few thousand USD worth of bitcoin for cash, in person. Am I missing something obvious about LocalBitcoins, or is it much harder to use it for that now?

Back when I first got involved in Bitcoin around 2011, I used LocalBitcoins quite a bit when it was new and traded a lot of my freshly-mined coins with it.
I live just outside NYC and I can't possibly find a way to trade bitcoin for USD cash in person on LocalBitcoins anymore, in either NYC or NJ.
What I used to do with folks was simple. We'd meet in a public place. They came to me with a phone with a bitcoin wallet and a pocket full of money. I'd bring my phone with a bitcoin wallet full of bitcoins (this was back when they weren't worth much, so I brought quite a few BTC). I'd scan their QR code, they'd hand me the money, I'd quickly count it and check a few bills for counterfeiting, and then I'd send them the bitcoins, make sure they received it, shake their hand, and be on my way. But I can't find any website that can facilitate that, or at least none that have any reputation.
(I found one called LocalCoinSwap. There are only nine users on their in the entire United States, only two of them are anywhere near me, and neither of them have any reviews. Also it looks like it wants you to send money to a wallet that the website controls, instead of just helping you meet someone to send directly to them. I'll pass.)
Does anyone know where the cool kids are buying/selling bitcoins for cash in person these days?
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Peter Schiff thinks Bitcoiners want/need to sell BTC for USD to lock in “profits”. That’s what he doesn’t get. Most Bitcoiners never want to sell their BTC back for USD. I guess goldbugs plan on cashing out for dollars one day?

What’s the point of hedging against monetary collapse if your end game is to sell back into the currency (USD) that is collapsing??
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@cz_binance: Just in: “Jones said his Tudor BVI fund may hold as much as a low single-digit percentage of its assets in Bitcoin futures.” Tudor BVI fund is around 22B USD I wonder if they are into USD-based perpetual contracts.🤔😂 https://t.co/8PiY5s5ywi

@cz_binance: Just in: “Jones said his Tudor BVI fund may hold as much as a low single-digit percentage of its assets in Bitcoin futures.” Tudor BVI fund is around 22B USD I wonder if they are into USD-based perpetual contracts.🤔😂 https://t.co/8PiY5s5ywi submitted by rulesforrebels to BinanceTrading [link] [comments]

05-01 16:45 - 'Hello. / Allow me to introduce myself. I represent his holyness the saudi arabian emir Ahmed. He is very rich from oil, net worth of over 1bn usd, and stranded in Shanghai, China. He needs money to pay for essentials, and...' by /u/mutalisken removed from /r/Bitcoin within 105-115min

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Hello.
Allow me to introduce myself. I represent his holyness the saudi arabian emir Ahmed. He is very rich from oil, net worth of over 1bn usd, and stranded in Shanghai, China. He needs money to pay for essentials, and prefers to not go to banks to borrow any.
If you could consider lending out your money to his holyness, you will receive 1% of his assets once he is back at his estate in arabia.
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Bitcoin to exchange rate in 0.01 btc to usd

Bitcoin to exchange rate in 0.01 btc to usd
0.01 Bitcoin in Usd dollars .so,convert 0.01 bitcoin in usd dollars.We use in international currency in exchande rate in market.0.01 dollars of convert in the world of different currency.

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Ok so I got a email from a "hacker" demanding $500 USD in bitcoin, they claimed that they hacked me through a *offbrand site* and have a clip of me and the *offbrand*. That they plan to send to my "6" contacts.... Little did they know I am a actual hacker; and that everyone knows I watch *offbrand*

Ok so I got a email from a submitted by TheRealMasterhound to Animemes [link] [comments]

03-12 20:35 - 'This corona thing is EXCELLENT for bitcoin' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/graydoggames removed from /r/Bitcoin within 97-107min

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Fed just announced it will add $1T in liquidity. TDLR it means they are adding to the monetary supply, aka printing money. Purists will point out they are not truly "printing" money but the effect is the same, $1T of USD just appeared out of nowhere. Materialized.
In one day, one decision, the FED "invented" 10 times the market cap of bitcoins in USD. And that's one decision in one day. Out of thin air.
Bitcoins can't do that. While bitcoin is going down short term (people selling because they need the cash, mostly), long term this is fantastic for bitcoins.
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This corona thing is EXCELLENT for bitcoin
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Display Cryptocurrency Exchange Rate

Hey,
So HA has a CoinmarketCap integration.
I am trying to display the current Cardano Price in EUR and the Current Etherum Price in EUR, however, I can't seem to change the config - it always shows Bitcoin in USD.
Can I not customize that in the Card I add in Lovelace? Can someone show me a basic example how to display that correctly? My card looks like this:

type: entities entities: - entity: sensor.bitcoin currency_id: 2 display_currency: EUR 
and I am prompted: `Expected a value of type `{entity,name,icon} | entity-id` for `entities.0.currency_id` but received `2`.`
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