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    Re: Ethereum - I'm all in.

    cwissy- Trade in your cwissy coin for ethereum.

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    raiders only bumps his winners. Told me to get out yesterday when ETH was dropping. Would have gotten crushed when it went back up.

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    Screw you with your past tents. Was doesn't do me any good. Was does me a lot of bad.
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    cwissy- why aren't you bailing on ETH? Sometimes you have to bite the bullet.
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    I'm not bailing. ETH sinks, I sink.


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    ETH coming back.
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    good move cwissy hanging in there.
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    Eastwood has a story to tell as well. Can't remember the details but you fucked him raw with your advice.

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    Eastwood has a story to tell as well. Can't remember the details but you fucked him raw with your advice.
    I said buy BTC at $29, ETH at $4.63 and LTC at $4. Look at them now.

    You are crying because you held something for one day and choked. You sold after a day, why? In a year you'll be sorry that you sold after one day.

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    Default Re: Bitcoin: How much time left on the clock?

    moving bitcoin out of a vault to coinbase takes a few days..... crazy


    great system lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrTop View Post
    moving bitcoin out of a vault to coinbase takes a few days..... crazy


    great system lol
    Use a Bitpay card, go to an ATM and get cash. https://bitpay.com/card/


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    Default Re: Bitcoin: How much time left on the clock?

    i don't want to get paid yet....I am saying the vault , what is it for if it takes 72 hours for them to think it out?

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    cwissy - ETH +28.97% last 24 hours.

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    Just read a Burger King in Russia will accept bitcoins this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushay View Post
    Just read a Burger King in Russia will accept bitcoins this year.
    Whoopee...This is Real news and not like Trump's photo on the cover of Time magazine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushay View Post
    Just read a Burger King in Russia will accept bitcoins this year.

    but the central banks in china and russia won't

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    Default Re: Bitcoin: How much time left on the clock?

    illinois is going broke... which state is next?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrTop View Post
    but the central banks in china and russia won't
    Russia and Putin like ETH.
    Suddenly Vladimir Putin Meets Vitalik Buterin, Endorses Ethereum
    https://cointelegraph.com/news/sudde...orses-ethereum

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    Bitcoin value rises over $1 billion as Japan, Russia move to legitimize cryptocurrency
    http://www.cnbc.com/2017/04/12/bitco...egulation.html

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    Bitcoin Soars Again On Australia's Legalizing The Crypto-Currency
    https://seekingalpha.com/article/407...rypto-currency

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    Default Re: Bitcoin: How much time left on the clock?

    took 5 days for blockchain to send my money to coinbase....great system

    ordered bitpay...... I do not have a password, they never gave me one or asked me to make one...but they keep trying to get me to join

    tried joining lost over $90 for a $9.95 card...... another great system. .......won't miss

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    bitcoin is a terrible system. Great idea.

    Tried calling a offshore to help me move bitcoin around..... they said every one busy..... lol

    they will never put vegas or any other state out of business with bitcoin

    the banks need to make bitcoin work like any online bank....none of the copy and paste B.S.

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    Mrtop... there are ways of buying bitcoin and betting it that takes a total of 30-45 minutes.

    There are ways of betting a game with bitcoin .. winning.. and having cash in your hand within 30 minutes.

    You just don't want to listen

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    I can send it bitcoin.

    bitcoin just has to be explained better without the silly copy paste stuff.

    bitpay has no customer service.... useless bitpay does not work for me so I gave up.

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    What is the way most of you withdraw your bitcoins to your bank account? Do most of you use coinbase? I heard a lot of negative things about coinbase.


    I had done a withdraw from circle to my bank account a while back but it was tiny amount and it worked and it was pretty quick. Also they gave you a higher rate on the bitcoin but circle no longer allows bitcoin selling etc. I liked that site. How are geminis rates when selling bitcoin?


    I also heard of localbitcoins but is it legit and safe? I heard lot of ppl mention its mostly scams etc. If you do sell on localbitcoins, is the method most ppl take cash deposit into bank? I heard ppl would look for a buyer and when he does, then buyer goes to the bank, deposit the cash in the bank account, then send you a receipt. Then when they do that, you release the bitcoins. Is that still how it works nowadays? However, i heard there was a scam going on with this where ppl would deposit cash in bank, send the receipt to the other person, then the other person release the coins... then the other person goes back to the bank and tells the teller they made mistake that they deposited in wrong bank account, then get their money back. Does anyone know if banks still allow this or not because it would seem like scammers could keep doing this. I read people said if you sell bitcoin for cash deposit in bank, even if they send you the receipt, you do not send the bitcoin until the end of the day when the bank closes because once they do, then the guy who deposited the cash cannot reverse it. Any thoughts on this raiders?


    Also is it true that if you sell bitcoin on localbitcoins, you get a good markup on it? For example, bitcoin is $2000. If you sell it on coinbase or other exchange, you usually pay 1 percent or less right? But if u do this through localbitcoins, they would offer you up to maybe 5 percent? Thus 1 btc you sell to them would be worth 2100? Because if you sell say 1 bitcoin to an exchange thats $2000, you probably get around $1980 or a bit less roughly? But if u do it with someone, you get $2100? Of course if you do it through an exchange site, well the money will hit your bank account for sure without any issues in a few days.

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    Is the value of bitcoin on par with cash or its higher because its harder to get bigger amounts of bitcoin faster? For example if someone has $2k worth of bitcoin to sell. If they use localbitcoin, they are almost always going to get at least $2000 face value for it right? Obviously if you could buy bitcoin from someone for the lower value that is under $2k, that seems a great deal if u want to buy bitcoin now? But who generally pays more? The guy paying more for bitcoin or the guy who wants cash more and gives a few percentage... like 2k bitcoin for 1950 cash etc.


    For example, say someone wants to get $25000 in bitcoin. Well if they try this on coinbase, it will take a while because limits are very low. What about gemini? But if u use an exchange like bittrex and kraken, couldnt you get $25000 worth of btc pretty easily since you just do a wire transfer and that takes a few days, but once money is in account, you can buy it immediately? I also heard lot of ppl use localbitcoin because they dont want to be traced etc which does make sense for some ppl. But is that the main reason people use localbitcoins? However, most ppl i believe prefer cash deposit in bank right? So if thats the case, well thats the same as receiving money via ach or wire. Also it cant be because of convenience since the guy buying bitcoin still has to go to the bank to deposit. But for the other guy who sells, well its pretty easy since he just has to release the coins.


    Has anyone here met with people face to face to sell bitcoin for cash? If so, i assume his is probably usually never a good idea right since you are carrying lot of cash either way? Like are there ppl that meet face to face in public place and trade 10k+ in btc for cash etc? I assume the ppl that do face to face its probably like 1k and less? However, there are ppl that would do big amounts since they dont want money in banks etc so wouldnt that mean they have to meet face to face? What kind of public place would you even meet up at when doing huge amounts like this? I mean you could meet up at coffee place for small amounts but im curious about those ppl who do big amounts.


    Because if ppl are buying bitcoin and paying over market value, shouldn't it seem like most ppl should do this as oppose to selling it through an exchange? I also heard theres escrow on localbitcoin but is that safe to where you are guaranteed you will receive your cash? Obviously the person selling bitcoins has more risk than the person depositing cash since bitcoin is not reversible.


    I heard a while back that when you sell bitcoin, you usually receive less through localbitcoin than an online exchange since you are getting cash. But have things changed since then because demand for bitcoin is a lot higher etc? Someone had mentioned it depends on who wants to do the transaction more... thus the guy selling bitcoin or buying bitcoin. Also are there more buyers than sellers on localbitcoin? Most importantly, what percentage of buyers do you think there are scammers there? Lot of ppl seem to have great feedback but i read these accounts could be bought by scammers etc. I also assume there are much less scammers that sell bitcoin right? Because if you send bitcoin to someone, you cannot get it back etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiders72001 View Post
    I said buy BTC at $29, ETH at $4.63 and LTC at $4. Look at them now.

    You are crying because you held something for one day and choked. You sold after a day, why? In a year you'll be sorry that you sold after one day.


    Are any of these coins worth investing now or is it way too high?


    Any other coins you think are good to invest in now?

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    Mrtop... there are ways of buying bitcoin and betting it that takes a total of 30-45 minutes.

    There are ways of betting a game with bitcoin .. winning.. and having cash in your hand within 30 minutes.

    You just don't want to listen

    You can explain it to him...but you can't think it for him.

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    US sports bettors make up a very small share of the BTC market.





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    where are you getting your figures?
    Where are you getting yours?

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    I use it already with the offshore.... the problem is bitcoin is in the early stages with its software . The big banks are getting involved they will make the software easier for everyone to use. The software needs more of an example : octagon with a stop in it ..........just like street signs.
    Chase and google are seeing that with their own software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whoson1st View Post
    For me it's simply too many hoops to jump through at this time.... A really smart offshore sportsbook, that wanted to get a larger customer base, would do this. They would list the steps.. Step by BABY step leaving out no detail from start to finish of how to do this on their website. Then there could be ZERO confusion. And when I say start, i mean from step ONE and when I say finish, I mean getting the cash in your hands, leaving out NO details or wondering what to do. I know one poster on another website recommends reading and watching You Tube videos to learn. Then there is the wallet vs no wallet vs Coinbase is your wallet.. The confusion goes on and on. I'm just scratching the surface of problems here.
    SBR has created 4 series of you tube videos you are looking for.....start to finish....very helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrTop View Post
    illinois is going broke... which state is next?
    Gotta be either New York or California.

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    not looking good

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    There is no good longterm scenario where BTC collapses even if BCH rises to take its place. This entire market is based on perception. Bitcoins have to remain strong, even if it's fake news. Think Kevin Spicey House of Cards.

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    Death Star scenario is BTC collapses to the point they have to undo the fork and combine with BCH. Whole thing could collapse after that or I don't know WFT I am talking about.

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    When this thread was started BTC was worth around $2600.

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    I hope not. Its the only way I can fund my offshore accounts. MG and WU are dead in the water for me, amazing how much they have changed in last 2 years

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    2018 will let some of the smoke clear if sports betting goes thru.

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