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Kazakhstan Sets Eyes on Top-3 Spot for Global Bitcoin Mining (current BTC/USD price is $9,190.00)

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Bitcoin Price Analysis: Is The Worst Is Yet To Come? BTC/USD Double-Top Pattern Spotted

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Hublots $25000 Bitcoin Watch Is Perfectly Designed to Help Me Spot Terrible Jabronis (current BTC/USD price is $6542.93934314)

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Guest Spot: Who or What Can Put an End to Bitcoin? (current BTC/USD price is $6449.94419372)

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Bitcoin ATMs showing up in odd spots (current BTC/USD price is $6370.29)

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Bitcoin Spotted At This Years Burning Man (current BTC/USD price is $7074.97355408)

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Home for sale in Bitcoin Located in the Los Angeles suburb of Encino, 3bd, 2bath. Message for more info. I am the owner and a crypto enthusiast. Price is the equivalent of $1.65 M in USD based on Coinbase spot price. Thanks

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Home for sale in Bitcoin Located in the Los Angeles suburb of Encino, 3bd, 2bath. Message for more info. I am the owner and a crypto enthusiast. Price is the equivalent of $1.65 M in USD based on Coinbase spot price. Thanks

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Home for sale in Bitcoin Located in the Los Angeles suburb of Encino, 3bd, 2bath. Message for more info. I am the owner and a crypto enthusiast. Price is the equivalent of $1.65 M in USD based on Coinbase spot price. Thanks

Home for sale in Bitcoin Located in the Los Angeles suburb of Encino, 3bd, 2bath. Message for more info. I am the owner and a crypto enthusiast. Price is the equivalent of $1.65 M in USD based on Coinbase spot price. Thanks submitted by ImagesOfNetwork to ImagesOfCalifornia [link] [comments]

[ANN] BitSpot - View the Bitcoin exchange rate in USD or BTC right next to the spot prices for precious metals

Announcing BitSpot.me - A website where you can view the current Bitcoin exchange rate in USD or BTC right next to the spot prices for precious metals.
I tried to keep the user interface clean, simple, and easy to use. Simply tap or click on a row to change the currency to BTC, and tap again to switch back to USD. The page automatically updates all the values every 30 seconds. The site should work well on the desktop but looks best on a mobile browser.
The BTC price comes from MtGox but I will include more exchanges if this is a desired feature.
I also developed a BitSpot iOS app which is currently waiting for review in the iPhone App Store (it should take about a week). If there's demand, I'll create an Android app too.
The domains BitPrice.me and BitSpotPrice.com also redirect to BitSpot.me so feel free to use any of those domains.
Thanks everyone, and please give me feedback/feature requests and report any bugs you encounter.
Screenshots:
Price in USD
Price in BTC
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The Unfolding - GMI April 2020.pdf

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[WTS] 1965, 1966 and 1967 Queen Elizabeth II Gold Sovereign 0.235ozt AWG

ITEM IS STILL AVAILABLE
Selling some of my grandfather's old gold coins.
First PM, First Served.
Coins: Queen Elizabeth II Gold Sovereigns 0.235 oz troy AWG. Years: 2x 1965, 1x1966, 4x1967
Proof: https://imgur.com/a/BRxsCO5
Asking Price: $610 CDN + shipping/fees ($25 over spot $2500) PM about a discount if buying 4+ coins. Exchange rate is $1.00 USD = $1.33 CDN ~
Shipping:
I live in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. PM me if you are close enough to buy in person instead of shipping and we can work out a meeting spot.
For Canadians, shipping costs $20 CDN (Quoted from Canada Post)
For Americans, shipping costs $10 CDN (Canada Post charges less, it's weird)
For International buyers, please PM me for a quote with country, city, postal code, and preferred carrier.
Insurance from Canada Post to Canadians is 2.25% of insured value. Another carrier is needed for insured shipments to US/International. Open to buyer's preferred carrier. Insurance is optional when payment is sent first.
Payment:
Willing to use Bitcoin for all buyers.
For Canadians: I prefer Email Money Transfer, PPGS+3%, PPFF
For Americans: TransferWise, PPGS+7.2%, PPFF+3.5%.
For International: TransferWise, PPGS +7.4%, PPFF+4.0%.
Open to other means of payment. Mailing a USD check, waiting 20 business days to clear would work for me. I would have 0% fees with this. Certified checks clear faster but cost money.
I will be posting other coins for sale soon, Canadian, American and foreign coins. PM me about a grouping discount.
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End of day summary - 09/23

The Dow fell 525.05, or 1.92%, to 26,763.13, the Nasdaq lost 330.65, or 3.02%, to 10,632.98, and the S&P 500 declined 78.65, or 2.37%, to 3,236.92.
The S&P 500 dropped 2.4% on Wednesday in a broad-based retreat that reflected cash-raising efforts. The Nasdaq Composite fell 3.0%, the Russell 2000 fell 3.0%, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 1.9%.
U.S. equity futures were firmer in early trading following an agreement on a continuing resolution to avoid a government shutdown and J&J announcing that it has begun a large phase 3 trial of its COVID-19 vaccine. However, the early gains did not hold and the major averages were all in the red by midday.
All 11 S&P 500 sectors closed sharply lower between 1.1% (health care) and 4.6% (energy), and traditional safe-haven assets did not see the usual appreciation in times of equity weakness.
An initial weakness in the mega-cap stocks, however, gradually spilled over to the broader market, and the negative price action appeared to reinforce the idea that the market's recent pullback may not yet have run its course. The CBOE Volatility Index increased 6.4% to 28.58, which was a relatively modest gain.
Losses steepened in the afternoon without much interest to buy the dip. Shares of AAPL fell 4% while TSLA fell 10% post-Battery Day. On a related note, UBS resumed coverage on Apple with a Neutral rating, versus a prior Buy rating.
Data from the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering shows there are now 31.7M confirmed cases of COVID-19 worldwide, including 6.9M in the U.S., and 972,372 deaths due to the disease, including 201,000 in the U.S.
Separately, the House passed a government funding bill through Dec. 11 that the Senate is expected to pass later this week. Notwithstanding this piece of good news, general uncertainty surrounding the election, the coronavirus, and the economy likely increased the cash appeal.
In other auto news, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that he will "aggressively move the state further away from its reliance on climate change-causing fossil fuels while retaining and creating jobs and spurring economic growth," issuing an executive order requiring sales of all new passenger vehicles to be zero-emission by 2035 and additional measures to "eliminate harmful emissions from the transportation sector."
Among the notable gainers was WDC, which rose 6.7% after the company announced that it is reorganizing and creating separate business units for its Flash and Hard Drive product businesses.
Among the notable losers was JPM, which was lower by 1.6% after Bloomberg reported that the bank is set to pay close to $1B to resolve market manipulation investigations by U.S. authorities into its trading of metals futures and Treasury securities.
Additionally, shares of DAL fell 2.2% as Bloomberg said that the airline is in talks with EADSY to delay at least 40 aircraft deliveries planned for this year due to the airline's struggles with a travel market hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Elsewhere, European stocks closed higher Wednesday as investors reacted to key data releases from the euro zone and weighed up the possibility of further stimulus measures for the region. Stocks in Asia-Pacific were mixed on Wednesday.

Currency

The U.S. Dollar Index rose 0.4% to 94.32, reaching its best level in nearly four months.

Treasury

U.S. Treasuries ended Wednesday on a modestly lower note, but once again, intraday action was confined to a narrow range. The trading day started with modest losses after overnight action saw a rally in European markets, which reflected a rebound in risk tolerance. However, that rebound was short-lived, resulting in a slide into the European close and more weakness on Wall Street.

Commodity

Oil rose more than 1% on Wednesday, supported by U.S. government data that showed crude and fuel inventories dropped last week, although concerns about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic capped gains. Spot gold dipped 1.5% to $1,870.11 per ounce, having hit its lowest since Aug. 12 at $1,865.03.

Crypto

Bitcoin fell as investors sold equities, gold and other fiat currencies on renewed coronavirus concerns.

YTD

  • FAAMG + some penny stocks +18.5% YTD
  • Spoos +0.2% YTD
  • Old man -6.2% YTD
  • Russy -13% YTD

What Patrick, the Cat says?

The S&P 500 is down 5.3% in September while the Nasdaq Composite is down 6.9%. The market could go either way today (to state the obvious).
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Year 2050 and beyond; the world

Under conditions like this, this will be YOUR fate in 2050 and beyond.
And warning: This will piss people off, and it will not be Shangri-La.
End of the Liberal Democratic System
You still have the democratic system we call "Liberal Democracy" these days. AKA the delusion of being able to choose better candidates for your ruler.
Unfortunately this is not the case any longer past 2050.
Leaders are EXPLICITLY stated to be lifetime rule in all nations, and are literal emperors that will rule until they die. If they take off for whatever reason, they will inherit that seat with a trusted confidant aka their closest associate.
Another trait of a liberal democracy is free speech, or your ability to question the government or the truth.
This will again no longer exist.
If you ever so deny the "[Democratic American Republic of Bananas] Holocaust of Chinese expats", "Trump is a tyrant who destroyed the United States" or "Covid is a deadly illness" fake facts, They will put you to a mental health check. If they screened you and/or it turns out that you are a "God Worshiper", "Conspiracy Theorist" or anyone who doesn't agree with Marxist Humanist ideology, you will be sent to a camp to be gassed and never come out again.
Covid Measures
You really don't think the Covid measures end after a year don't you?
It's a non-existent and neverending crisis.
Yes, Covid Policies will persist as soon as earth exists.
And these policies are bound to DRIVE PEOPLE INSANE.
Forced Masks, Social Distancing, Forced quarantines.......you named it. It's there.
Bars, pubs, theme parks, public schools, small businesses etc will go to the way of the dodo.
Save for big companies with extraorbitant prices selling foods, electronics or other necessities, nothing will exist around the streets.
If you walk out of the streets without a mask, an enforcer will ambush and kill you.
You can't even dine outside, you have to dine at home.
Curfews are forced unless under certain conditions, save for right before announcing Covid pandemics or any other emergencies, such as terror attacks, UFO fear mongering, anarchists...
Failure to comply will result in government hired fixers catching you to the camp and slitting your head with a mechanical blade.
Oh and the only business bar big companies that are still around are...
Which brings to the next point:
Legalized Killing
Gone were the days where killing is illegal.
If they can make LGBT and Pedophilia legal and a lifestyle, why not make killing one as well?
The new society is going to stress LOTS of people out, to the point that they will kill at the slightest of a whim.
If bars, pubs, theme parks, small businesses etc got driven to extinction, what do you think their employees will do?
They go out and KILL!
Piss people off by the slightest bit such as telling to them "Covid is fake," then at the next day, civilian conduct patrols will come in and kill you.
Killing, Harvesting organs, cannibalism etc...will become the DE FACTO lifestyle. And because of Covid policies, most businesses will not be able to survive the cataclysm.
And those who cannot find a job or get their job destroyed cannot conduct an uprising against big elite. If you want to conduct a popular uprising, you NEED other elites to back you.
So what do they do? They kill.
You will see more killers, bodyguards, and cannibals than there are store clerks because it's the only thing that can make you money in the true new normal.
Even civilians want nothing to do with it will go out and feast on the flesh of their close ones, not out of betrayal, but to survive.
And you better off not go out during certain times of the day because there will be so many cannibals or mafia gangs patrolling the streets waiting to catch any unsuspecting bystander.
Save for feral cannibals or angry civilians, there's also the risk of mafia and other conducted kill squads, such as the aforementioned civilian patrols, hired mercenary and hitman groups, as well as chefs (with many of them being former angry civilians).
These things had long lost their humanity, and if you get reported to them, be it tax evasion, NEET, homeless, or even muttering "Hail Trump" or the Bible and got heard, you will be caught by these paid killers and die. The chefs are the worst because they are cannibals who will basically catch anyone and everyone to get them killed, for no reason.
In certain places, infant mortality rate is expected to be 99% and the number of people who can grow to adulthood is an estimated 0.5% of the population (around the population of NYC, for example)
End of free media
Save for the aforementioned no tolerance anti thought crime laws, expect the same to happen on the internet and the TV.
Everyday, after you come back home after a hard day killing the undesireables, you turn on the TV and watch the same 3 programs on an infinity loop.
If you wanna use the computer, remember that all websites had been put under Google, Amazon or Facebook rule (assuming if these companies ever existed or similar ones replaced them), and around only 20 sites exist and all of them are big on pro-state propaganda as North Korea. Modern CCP doesn't even describe it. It will resemble North Korean internet, where not a single trace of anti-truth can exist, in general.
Video Games will all be first person shooters or political propaganda, such as WWIII or the BLM Revolution.
(Anime or Weeb culture will also cease to exist because it will be considered derogatory pedophilia or disgraces against women. Yet pedophillia is actually getting legitimized in the new world, and children can be killed as easily as adults.)
Healthcare of Death
You have to go screen yourself for health issues daily to monthly depending on the type.
Covid Screenings are daily, Mental Health Screenings are monthly, Cancer, Diabetes, cholestrol yearly scans...
Failure to pass the Covid and Mental health screenings will put you to a quarantine cell to be gassed, no exceptions.
Failure to pass the yearly ones will result in medication until death.
These scannings are all robotic and turn out false positives in a 20-30% rate.
Also, you have to be vaccinated every 6 months, these are poisonous chemicals but it doesn't matter. Also there's no such thing as a Covid vaccine because Covid doesn't exist.
Who cares if you die anyway in a society like this?
Surveillance State
Expect LOTS and LOTS of Cameras.
You might not need to know where these cameras lead to, but expect installment of surveillance cameras as a part of the law.
They will be all over the streets, your television, the ceiling of your house, the fridge, your business, whatever.
In truth, the images transmit into neighbor committees, mafia offices, hired enforcer offices, other assorted kill squads...just to facilitate these groups to arrest and kill you inside your house.
The reasons can be you homeschooling children, you lacking a job, you lacking education, you being depressed, you worshiping god, you muttering anti-truth, you not wearing masks when you go out, you gather with with more than 4 people...
But if you know less, the better.
Paying the price
Everything is taxed or expensive as hell in the new world.
The currency used is Bitcoin, and a normal killing job will only give you 6 bitcoins per month. (There are better jobs out there giving around hundreds, but it will not be for you at least)
Most necessities cost more than 18 bitcoins and food or water will cost around 0.40 bitcoins.
They will tax you 1 Bitcoin a month, possibly more.
Failure to comply to the tax will result in 2 warnings. Each warning, 2 days. At the end of 2 days, government enforcers will arrive to the spot and catch you to be gassed.
Cashless Society
Related to the point above, you no longer need cash.
Cash is obsolete, and bitcoin will take its place.
1 Bitcoin is over 10000 USD.
Also it will be done by Microchip.
But do not expect you YOURSELF to be microchipped.
You might be required to have an extra gadget in your phone or a special wristband.
Anyone without the wristband or the gadget, even at home, will be murdered fast.
The wristband or phone gadget is another one of those ways they watch over you; but they will be your only way of pay.
You will not be able to pay or get money without this phone gadget or wristband, and again enforcers will give you 1 hour of time to get 1 before you get gassed.
One of these gadgets or wristbands will cost 4 bitcoins, and phones might as well as cost 18 bitcoins for an average quality smartphone, and a high quality smartphone 30.
Report Happy Neighbours
Neighbors, associates or even your children and educated and programmed to report you for the slightest of issues.
Failure to fulfill a certain dress code of your organization.
Muttering God, Freedom, Anti-Marxism, Conspiracies, Anti Truth, or speaking it on social media or Discord.
Being an emotionally unstable mess.
No school or work. (School is always internet school while work is always necessary services, killings/bodyguards/snitchers or any combination of these.)
Not wearing a mask when you go outside.
All but one of the many reasons why you can be reported by neighbors and even your children.
If they decided to report and remove you for the following reasons, some type of authority will go in and murder you in a few hours.
Political Correctness
Like I ALWAYS said before, in the new world, beware of what you say in the public.
This includes in places like Discord or Twitter.
If you ever slip out any semblances of anti truth, holocaust denial, covid denial, religious babble etc...
Yeah, authorities knock your door and send you to be gassed, no exceptions.
Thoughtcrime doesn't result in just a chatroom ban, authorities knock on your door and send you to be gassed.
Forced Education
If you think that Covid equals no education, you are wrong.
Public schools do not exist as face to face tutoring and resemble database facilities.
However, your children have to be homeschooled by authorities every time of the day.
The subjects will be very dull, incoherent, boring and sometimes radical like some sort of anarchist or military training.
However, your child is explicitly stated not to be able of leaving their PC desk during classes, for more than 20 minutes.
Because the computers are cameras themselves, the images of your students will be transmitted to the teacher inside the "school."
Failure to comply and the authorities will take your children and you.
Same occurs if your children is homeschooled or is off from school for no reason within 6 days. This includes not having a PC to begin with; a PC costs 30 Bitcoins.
Forced Labor
You HAVE to go to work, no matter what.
Work is a part of life, and as soon as you are in the age of 15, you must find a work. Most people will have to find one and plan one from the age of 10.
This can arrange from killings, mafia, organ harvesting, bodyguards, take-out restaurants, store clerks...
You HAVE to find one.
Usually, if you are not one of the more privileged class, you have to go out and kill.
Mercy isn't an option in these cases.
No matter what the excuse is, saint or devil, you gotta kill them.
The higher the body count, the greater the talent, the higher the ranks you are.
This also means that you must stay fit at all costs. People who are not physically fit will not qualify, so are merciful people.
The more angry, brave, obedient, and warfare-efficient you are the better.
Your life is at risk, every day, but nobody cares.
Some of the people will be able to not spill blood with their own hands and find a slightly better job such as being a doctor, government official, concentration camp warden or even a teacher. But don't expect this to be you.
Altered lifespans
Because of all the GMOs, air pollution, fixer killings, mentally ill bozos, cannibals, mafia gangs....the lifespans of people will be drastically altered.
Most people will be chronically ill at the age of 50, and past the age of 45 you cannot be allotted any jobs.
The fixer and killer groups will only hire people starting from as young as 10 and as old as 30.
Infant mortality rate can arrange from 50% on lowest and 99% on highest, and chances to survive till adulthood is approximately 40% on average. In some places, this is below 0.5%.
If you happen to survive past the age of 60, you will be exterminated instantly. This is a benefit for the government because 1. You can't find anymore jobs or unable of production 2. to reduce spreading of Covid, a non-existent illness.
War on Terror
No matter what, the world 2050 and beyond will not be peaceful.
"Wars on Terror" will still occur.
Anarchist false flags groups (similar to Black Block and ISIS) built by the government, Covid pandemic waves, reptilian UFO false flags/fear mongering, Religious terrorists...ALL of these will continue to occur and in overly insane degrees to keep you scared.
Most notably, expect the Covid pandemic EVERY 4 months where the whole country will fall on lockdown for a month.
All of these aren't going anywhere but to keep you terrified and depressed.
Paid Fixers/Killers will be prohibited to deal with any of these terror groups for unknown reasons just because the Government has to solve them.
The government catches these terrorists and releases them, if there are any terrorists.
White and Black Ethnics
The world will be split into two parts. A part with polyglot populations who has every possible mixed race, and others who can maintain racial purity and are more than willing to commit genocide against anyone opposed to their race.
Most notably, Europe and the US will resemble Babylon. There will be countless ghettos, filled with all sorts of ethnicities crammed in pint size ghettos, with fights all over the place. As they call it "legs made of steel and clay." The fun thing is, Kill Groups or gangs will only hire the same race, and it makes you harder to find a job.
The other side will be consisted of fully racially brainwashed idiots who were taught pure eugenics and inferiorities. They will be indoctrinated in a way like the Nazis, Russians, Japanese and CCP educates their offspring. It usually happens in Asian or non pro-western states such as: Japan, Both Koreas, China, Russia, Malaysia... Expect these people to be ethno-supremacist and willing to kill anyone of the opposing race. (Such as Taiwanese and Japanese will happily kill Chinese, Chinese will happily kill Indians or Japanese, Russians might want to kill Americans...the inverse is true of all things.)
You can't form to rebel against the NWO or anything with these Babylonian or white law neighbors or countries.
So beware.
You HAVE to wake up right now.
This will be a rude awakening, and if this ever happens, your life will not even matter 5 cents.
The brick wall behind the curtain doesn't only have cuffs, it has spikes as well.
This is your fate in society, 2050 and beyond.
All these confrontations, cancelling, and isolation will be worth it if this is YOUR fate and you realize it.
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bisq + revolut is the way. .

Last night a placed an offer to buy BTC at 0% under spot price with a 15% deposit required. I awoke to a bisq notification on my phone saying the trade had been taken. I added funds to my revolut app from my checkimg account and sent $1139 to my trade partner via username. Easy Peasy
I also was given a debit card from revolut so if I ever sell my bitcoin I will be able to spend it easily.
Also if there are no orders under the USD trading pair I can exchange for different currencies on the revolut app. I have done this with EUR and GBP.
Also I have been able to upload funds from one bank account and send to my other bank accounts with no fees. Nothing to do with bisq but still cool.
10/10 on bisq/revolut since the 1.3.9 update.
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Selling BTC on Paxful for fun and profit -- any experience?

So I was researching non-KYC methods of purchasing BTC for myself and came across the Paxful P2P exchange which seems to even allow PayPal as a payment method.
There's a pretty high price spread for these listed PayPalUSD-BTC transactions -- like 15 to 20% and higher.
I'm a HODLer myself, have no interest in selling my own personal stash, but receiving additional income as a bitcoin middleman is pretty attractive.
Does anyone have experience trading on this platform?
If I were to spot purchase BTC on-demand from Coinbase or Gemini, trade for USD via Paxful/PayPal at a premium, then as long as I used LIFO tax ordering I don't see how the tax impact would be much of an issue. With such quick turnaround the capital gains would be negligible (or they'd be losses) and wouldn't really eat much into my profits from selling at a premium. I could leave my 'old' coins untouched for the long term and just trade with the 'fresh' ones.
Anyone have any success with being this type of middleman either on this platform or another?
EDIT: Looking into things a bit more, I bet a lot of replies to this will be to suggest Bisq instead. How does fiat trading work with Bisq?
EDIT2: Thinking a bit further about this whole process, it seems like these P2P exchanges would make it trivially easy to buy some Bitcoin on a traditional exchange, "sell" it to yourself at a loss for tax purposes, and continue to hold your coins privately. These platforms must be rife with 'laundering' abuses.
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[WTS] 1917 Netherland 10 Guilder Gold Coin 0.19ozt AWG

ITEM IS STILL AVAILABLE
Selling some of my grandfather's old gold coins.
First PM, First Served.
Coin: 1917 Netherlands 10 Guilder Gold Coin 0.19 oz t
Proof: https://imgur.com/gallery/zTAJK7g
Asking Price: $505 CDN + shipping/fees ($30 over spot $2500) Exchange rate is $1.00 USD = $1.33 CDN ~
Shipping:
I live in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. PM me if you are close enough to buy in person instead of shipping and we can work out a meeting spot.
For Canadians, shipping costs $20 CDN (Quoted from Canada Post)
For Americans, shipping costs $10 CDN (Canada Post charges less, it's weird)
For International buyers, please PM me for a quote with country, city, postal code, and preferred carrier.
Insurance from Canada Post to Canadians is 2.25% of insured value. Another carrier is needed for insured shipments to US/International. Open to buyer's preferred carrier. Insurance is optional when payment is sent first.
Payment:
Willing to use Bitcoin + 1% for all buyers.
For Canadians: I prefer Email Money Transfer, PPGS+3%, PPFF
For Americans: TransferWise, PPGS+7.2%, PPFF+3.5%.
For International: TransferWise, PPGS +7.4%, PPFF+4.0%.
Open to other means of payment. Mailing a USD check, waiting 20 business days to clear would work for me. I would have 0% fees with this. Certified checks clear faster but cost money.
I will be posting other coins for sale soon, Canadian, American and foreign coins. PM me about a grouping discount.
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Please recommend me a seedbox - large-ish storage on good network

Recommendation form
Are you OK with direct message offers from vendors?
NO but you can reply here and ask me for DM 
What are your main reasons for getting a seedbox?
I run rtorrent, plex, sonarr, a couple of other things 
Do you have any specific requirements?
The seedbox I am looking to replace (price jump) has 32GB of RAM and 32TB disk. I am not hurting for ratio so I could go to 16GB RAM and give up the pagecache. I'd like to compare options between 32T and 16T 
Are you looking for a shared or dedicated solution?
Dedicated. 
Are you looking for managed or unmanaged solution?
Unmanaged. I want to do everything - starting with installing the OS - myself. A slight plus to a hoster who can advise on seedbox tuning (advise me ... not do it) 
Please describe your Seedbox experience:
Good? 
Currently with a provider or used one before?
Yes - down to two seedboxes and this would be to replace the deep-storage one. I've had up to 4 going at a time with different providers in the past. Consider my post as a 'market check' from somebody who understands this space but hasn't looked around in a year or two. 
What is your Linux experience?
Scale of 1 to 10 - I'm 11 
What is your monthly budget?
could pay 100 USD but would prefer 50 
Payment preferences or requirements?
Nothing strong - cc, paypal, bitcoin fine. Would like to avoid monthly toil to pay - automatic billing is good. I am ok with quarterly or annual if I trust the provider. 
Do you need support for public trackers?
No. 
Routing: Tell us your continent:
North America 
What kind of connection speeds do you need?
1GB is fine 
How much monthly bandwidth is needed?
I can fit in 100TB 
How much disk space do you need?
32 would be equivalent to current box. 24 might be sweet spot but would look at 16 
List some features you are looking for:
Dedicated server in europe - 16g 16t minimum - prefer 24 or 32 full control from os install up - assume I'm using a non-debian variant 
Anything else you think we should know?
I think I got it all - so summary: This box isn't for racing - it's deep storage. It only joins torrents that I've already completed on another seedbox, or sonarradarr wishlist items which are ok with a little delay to join. 
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Why Bitcoin Has a Volatile Value?

Price fluctuations in the bitcoin spot rate on cryptocurrency exchanges are driven by many factors. Volatility is measured in traditional markets by the Volatility Index, also known as the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX). More recently, a volatility index for bitcoin has also become available. Known as the Bitcoin Volatility Index, it aims to track the volatility of the world's leading digital currency by market cap over various periods of time.
Bitcoin's value has been historically quite volatile. In a three-month span from October of 2017 to January of 2018, for instance, the volatility of the price of bitcoin reached to nearly 8%. This is more than twice the volatility of bitcoin in the 30-day period ending January 15, 2020. But why is bitcoin so volatile? Here are just a few of the many factors behind bitcoin's volatility.

Bad News Hurts Adoption Rate

News events that scare bitcoin users include geopolitical events and statements by governments that bitcoin is likely to be regulated. Bitcoin's early adopters included several bad actors, producing headline news stories that produced fear in investors.
Headline-making bitcoin news over the decade or so of the cryptocurrency's existence includes the bankruptcy of Mt. Gox in early 2014 and, more recently, that of the South Korean exchange Yapian Youbit. Other news stories which shocked investors include the high-profile use of bitcoin in drug transactions via Silk Road that ended with the FBI shutdown of the marketplace in October 2013.
All these incidents and the public panic that ensued drove the value of bitcoins versus fiat currencies down rapidly. However, bitcoin-friendly investors viewed those events as evidence that the market was maturing, driving the value of bitcoins versus the dollar markedly back up in the short period immediately following the news events.

Bitcoin's Perceived Value Sways

One reason why bitcoin may fluctuate against fiat currencies is the perceived store of value versus the fiat currency. Bitcoin has properties that make it similar to gold. It is governed by a design decision by the developers of the core technology to limit its production to a fixed quantity of 21 million BTC.
Since that differs markedly from fiat currency, which is dynamically managed by governments who want to maintain low inflation, high employment, and satisfactory growth through investment in capital resources, as economies built with fiat currencies show signs of strength or weakness, investors may allocate more or less of their assets into bitcoin.

Uncertainty of Future Bitcoin's Value

Bitcoin volatility is also driven in large part by varying perceptions of the intrinsic value of the cryptocurrency as a store of value and method of value transfer. A store of value is the function by which an asset can be useful in the future with some predictability. A store of value can be saved and exchanged for some good or service in the future.
A method of value transfer is any object or concept used to transmit property in the form of assets from one party to another. Bitcoin’s volatility at the present makes it a somewhat unclear store of value, but it promises nearly frictionless value transfer. As a result, we see that bitcoin's value can swing based on news events much as we observe with fiat currencies.

Large Currency Holder Risks

Bitcoin volatility is also to an extent driven by holders of large proportions of the total outstanding float of the currency. For bitcoin investors with current holdings above around $10M, it is not clear how they would liquidate a position that large into a fiat position without severely moving the market. Indeed, it may not be clear how they would liquidate a position of that size in a short period of time at all, as most cryptocurrency exchanges impose 24-hour withdrawal limits far below that threshold.
Bitcoin has not reached the mass market adoption rates that would be necessary to provide option value to large holders of the currency.

Security Breaches Cause Volatility

Bitcoin can also become volatile when the bitcoin community exposes security vulnerabilities in an effort to produce massive open source responses in the form of security fixes. This approach to security is paradoxically one that produces great outcomes, with many valuable open source software initiatives to its credit, including Linux. Bitcoin developers must reveal security concerns to the public in order to produce robust solutions.
It was a hack that drove the Yapian Youbit to bankruptcy, while many other cryptocurrencies have also made headlines for being hacked or having stashes of cryptocurrencies stolen. As an early example, in April 2014, the OpenSSL vulnerabilities attacked by the Heartbleed bug and reported by Google security's, Neel Mehta, drove Bitcoin prices down by 10% in a month.
Bitcoin and open source software development are built upon the same fundamental premise that a copy of the source code is available to users to examine. This concept makes it the responsibility of the community to voice concerns about the software design, just as it is the responsibility of the community to come to consensus about modifications to that underlying source code as well. Because of the open conversation and debate regarding the Bitcoin network, security breaches tend to be highly publicized.

High-Profile Losses Raise Fear

It is worth noting that the aforementioned thefts and the ensuing news about the losses had a double effect on volatility. They reduced the overall float of bitcoin, producing a potential lift on the value of the remaining bitcoin due to increased scarcity. However, overriding this lift was the negative effect of the news cycle that followed.
Notably, other bitcoin gateways looked to the massive failure at Mt. Gox as a positive for the long term prospects of bitcoin, further complicating the already complex story behind the currency’s volatility. As early adopting firms were eliminated from the market due to poor management and dysfunctional processes, later entrants learn from their errors and build stronger processes into their own operations, strengthening the infrastructure of the cryptocurrency overall.

High-Inflation Nations and Bitcoins

Bitcoin’s use case as a currency for developing countries that are currently experiencing high inflation is valuable when considering the volatility of bitcoin in these economies versus the volatility of bitcoin in USD. Bitcoin is much more volatile versus USD than the high-inflation Argentine peso versus the USD.
That being said, the near frictionless transfer of bitcoins across borders makes it a potentially highly attractive borrowing instrument for Argentineans, as the high inflation rate for peso-denominated loans potentially justifies taking on some intermediate currency volatility risk in a bitcoin-denominated loan funded outside Argentina.
Similarly, funders outside Argentina can earn a higher return under this scheme than they can by using other debt instruments, denominated in their home currency, potentially offsetting some of the risks of exposure to the high inflation Argentine market.

Tax Treatment Lifts Volatility

According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), bitcoin is actually considered an asset for tax purposes. This has had a mixed impact on bitcoin's volatility. On the upside, any statement recognizing the currency has a positive effect on the market valuation of the currency.
Conversely, the decision by the IRS to call it property had at least two negative effects. The first was the added complexity for users who want to use it as a form of payment. Under the new tax law, users would have to record the market value of the currency at the time of every transaction, no matter how small. This need for record keeping can understandably slow adoption as it seems to be too much trouble for what it is worth for many users.
Secondly, the decision to call the currency a form of property for tax purposes may be a signal to some market participants that the IRS is preparing to enforce stronger regulations later. Very strong regulation of the currency could cause the adoption rate of the currency to slow to the point where it is not able to achieve the mass adoption that is critical for its overall utility in society. Recent moves by the IRS are not clear as to their signaling motives and therefore have mixed signals to the market for bitcoin.
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Swipe Bi-Weekly Update #6

Swipe Bi-Weekly Update #6

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Swipe opened the month of August with the launch of its Swipe Network Staking and its announcement to run a Decentralized Finance Lending/Earn application on Binance Smart Chain. This was also followed by the plan to release product updates, events, listings, or partnerships every week until the end of 2020.
Bringing their promise and commitment true to the public, here are the activities that Swipe has released for the past two weeks:

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Swipe Launches Staking/DeFi
Swipe has recently launched its test network for Swipe Network Testnet Staking and, at the same time, announced its plans to launch a Decentralized Finance Lending/Earn application on Binance Smart Chain.
With the launch of the Swipe Network testnet, users can use the Swipe Faucet to grab testnet-SXP to use on the decentralized finance application. Users will be able to bond SXP to the Swipe Network smart contract as collateral to ensure the guarantee of conversions for these exchanges. A reserve system in place to lock SXP and guarantee that the merchant and payment networks receive the exact fiat amount is in place as Swipe facilitates real-time conversions on-demand.
Users will receive up 12% APY on their staked SXP within the Swipe Network off-chain and a variable rate for on-chain. Swipe plans to enable staked SXP to earn the processing fees it charges in the future as well on top of the collateral rewards from staking.
Also, Swipe revealed its plans to launch a DeFi App on Binance Chain called SwipeFi, which will enable Binance Chain tokens to be used to earn interest on their supply of collateral to the protocol and borrow against their collateral directly on the Binance blockchain.
Swipe (SXP) Trading Competition
Last August 5 to 12, Swipe and Binance team have both committed a total of 100,000 SXP and 50,000 USDT in prizes to thank its users worldwide for their continued support and to also celebrate the Swipe acquisition and SXP/USDT listing in Futures, Margin and Spot markets. The contest was divided into three categories: a new user exclusive rewards, a trading competition, and the Lucky 99, which awarded users ranked 99th, 199th, 299th, 399th, and so forth until the 9999th place of the top 10,000 SXP traders based on their trading volume.
Swipe x WBTC
Swipe has partnered with WBTC Network and has officially been approved as a merchant for WBTC minting through the WBTC Network’s DAO Governance process. Swipe Wallet users will be able to benefit from instantly wrapping Bitcoin BTC to Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC) and vice versa with just a few clicks. Swipe has also listed WBTC on the Swipe Wallet platform and Swipe Visa Card to enable users to buy, sell, exchange, and spend WBTC at over 60 million merchants worldwide.
SXP on CoinDCX
SXP, the native token of Swipe, is now listed and live on its second Indian Exchange CoinDCX. Trading for $SXP token is now live for CoinDCX users who wish to trade SXP/BTC and SXP/USDT.
CoinDCX trading links for SXP:
https://coindcx.com/trade/SXPBTC & https://coindcx.com/trade/SXPUSDT
Wazirx AMA Session
Swipe Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Joselito Lizarondo, held an AMA session with the Telegram community of Wazirx, a bitcoin exchange in India, last August 7. In the AMA session, Lizarondo answered questions about Swipe, Swipe Card, its new partnership with Binance, and the recent projects that the company has announced. The community also asked if Swipe is planning to bring its card services to India as it is one of the biggest crypto market countries at present.
To read the whole summary of the AMA visit:
https://blog.wazirx.com/ama-with-joselito-lizarondo-ceo-founder-of-swipe-summary/
New Swipe Product Manual
Swipe has released a new “redefined” white paper under the title: Swipe Product Manual. The Swipe Product Manual was designed with simplicity in mind for easy and coherent descriptions of the Swipe ecosystem of products. This will describe all of Swipe’s current and future products that the team has planned. Technical descriptions and documentation will be made available, as required, per protocol, as some will have API access for developers.
The Swipe Product Manual can be viewed by clicking here or by going to https://sw.pe/ProductManual or downloading https://swipe.io/ProductManual.pdf to your desktop.
Swipe 0% Fees
Starting Monday, August 17, Swipe Wallet and Swipe Card users will no longer have to pay any fees to buy, sell, and pay with crypto. Users can now purchase, sell, and convert cryptocurrencies to and from fiat currencies without the previous 1% fee. Swipe cardholders will also enjoy waived membership fees and free card shipping.
Swipe Staking
As Swipe prepares to launch the Swipe Network Staking mainnet, the Swipe Wallet application will support SXP staking. Users will enjoy staking rewards based on their SXP balances that are held on the Swipe Wallet beginning on August 23, 00:00 UTC.
More details of the staking can be viewed at:
https://medium.com/swipe/swipe-wallet-to-support-sxp-staking-acfab4589813
Swipe Reddit AMA
In his first blog post on Medium, Swipe CEO Joselito Lizarondo answered the questions that the Reddit community asked regarding Swipe’s activities and plans for the future. He talked about the new partnership programs of Swipe, its newly released “Product Manual,” and the new roadmap, which will be kept in stealth “to focus on bringing maximum value to these announcements and products.”
Read the whole transcript of Joselito Lizarondo’s AMA here:
https://medium.com/swipe/swipe-reddit-ama-8-13-80690e2f6589
Swipe and Kava Partnership
Swipe has formed a strategic partnership with Kava Labs to further grow the USDX DeFi Ecosystem as Swipe prepares to bring decentralized finance applications to the Binance Smart Chain. Swipe has also listed KAVA and USDX on the Swipe Wallet platform where users can buy and sell KAVA and USDX with a linked bank account or credit/debit card as well as enabled it to be converted and spent at over 60 million merchants worldwide with the Swipe Visa Card.
$16M+ Ecosystem Rewards Program for BNB Holders on Binance
Swipe is launching a 12-week-period $16,000,000 Ecosystem Rewards Program for BNB holders, starting August 17. This program aims to continue to promote the usage of Swipe products, including the Swipe Network Staking and Governance within a strong community. With Swipe’s partnership with Binance, a weekly distribution of 333,333.33 SXP will run to BNB holders on Binance.com.
Know more about the Rewards Program here:
https://medium.com/swipe/swipe-launches-16m-ecosystem-rewards-program-for-bnb-holders-on-binance-e79ffc9dc252
Swipe’s Chainlink Based Price Oracles Now Live
Swipe has collaborated with Chainlink, the market-leading decentralized oracle network, to launch a live SXP-USD price oracle on the Ethereum mainnet. By switching to Chainlink, users receive stronger guarantees around trust and transparency in the payments process, as critical price feeds for the network are now completely decentralized and available to monitor on the blockchain.
This decentralized infrastructure ensures that reward issuances and token burns only take place based on accurate, highly available, and tamper-proof on-chain prices that have no single point of failure or absolute truth. Users can independently verify the current price, how price updates occur, which nodes are providing data to the network, and more. This means users no longer need to rely on Swipe to produce fair conversion rates.
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Stay up-to-date with all the latest news from Swipe
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PSA: How to use crypto to sell/buy PMs on r/PMsForSale

TL;DR 1: this is not an investment recommendation. This is not an endorsement of any crypto coin, token, or service. This post (which is a bit longish) describes how to use crypto as another payment mechanism. It would just add another tool to your PM trading toolbox.
TL;DR 2: This is not an exhaustive review – it’s a simplified how-to. Calling me out on certain minute aspects is useless. However, if I made a mistake, or omitted something important PLEAESE correct me.
TL;DR 3: I’ll describe everything in chapters, so as you go down, if you feel this is irrelevant to you, you can stop without spending too much time reading it all.

Chapter 1: Why use crypto

  1. You control the entire transaction, end to end. You do not need a third party (Like PayPal or Google) telling you what you’re allowed to sell, and for how much. You do not need to resort to subterfuge (“use Friends & Family, and make sure to leave no notes!”).
  2. Crypto transactions add a level of privacy (depending on how you use them).
  3. Transactions are secure (read more about blockchain technology), and usually only involve you sharing your crypto address with your counterpart.
  4. Transactions are irreversible – good if you’re an established seller who’s afraid of chargebacks by scammers.
  5. Yet transactions can still be proven – they’re out there on the blockchain, available for all to see.
  6. Most of the time, transactions are fast (depending on network traffic and amount of gas paid).

Chapter 2: Types of crypto

I’m not going to go into technicalities, and definitely not recommend anything. Let’s just split the crypto world right now into 2 types of coins: stable, and unstable.
  1. Unstable coins (Bitcoin, Ether, Ripple etc.) can see their fiat value go up or down several times a minute. They’re volatile, and while they can be used to pay, the buyer and seller need to agree on the spot, convert fiat to the coin and start the transaction – at the end of which, the fiat value received may be higher or lower than when the transfer started. Because of that, I’ll avoid discussing them here.
  2. Stable coins usually run on the Ethereum blockchain, and use a technology called “smart contract” to attach their value to fiat. A stable coin like USDC, DAI, USDT etc. will always be worth $1 (give or take 1% at certain times). For all intents and purposes, if I quote you a price of $250 and you send me 250 USDC – we’re done.

Chapter 3: what do I need to have to trade in stable coins?

  1. An address – your crypto address allows you to control crypto on the blockchain. More specifically, it allows you to withdraw funds (since everyone can deposit to your address, whether you want it or not).
  2. A crypto wallet. A wallet is NOT where you hold your coins! Your “money” is on the blockchain, assigned to your address. Your wallet allows you to mange the coins in that address. You can either use one of the free wallets out there, or have one provided to you by an exchange. I recommend MetaMask. It runs as a browser extension (Chrome, Firefox, Brave) or a mobile app. Make sure you do your due diligence before selecting a wallet, so you wont use a scammy app, that will use your pass phrase to clean up your address!
  3. Some Ether (usually 0.05-0.1 ether is enough for several transactions) – every transfer on the blockchain has a fee, representing compensation for the computer work done to transfer funds from address to address. This fee, known as “gas” can go from fractions of a cent to several dollars – depending on the blockchain traffic at the time. You can control the amount of gas, and price of gas for your transactions, but generally speaking: the less you pay, the slower the transfer. Gas is paid in Ether only, so you need some in your wallet (see below on how to get it).
  4. If you want to sell using crypto – you’re done!
  5. If you want to buy using Crypto, you’ll need to convert some fiat to stable coins – see next chapter.

Chapter 4: Quickest way to get stable coins

The easiest way to start (in the US – your miles/kilometres may vary elsewhere) is to open a Coinbase account.
(Disclaimer: you can choose any other exchange. I’m not compensated by Coinbase, I have no stake in Coinbase, I don’t work there, or know anyone who does. There’s a reason I mention them: they make this simple.)
While Coinbase is the fastest and easiest way to go for noobs, there are some caveats:
  1. Coinbase is a registered financial company. They require full KYC (i.e. photo of your driver’s license). Everything you do gets reported to the IRS, authorities, etc. But then, your bank does the same.
  2. Coinbase doesn’t care where the funds come and go – unless law enforcement, IRS, SEC etc tell them to care. If you’re privacy-oriented, an exchange is not for you, go to the next chapter.

Let’s look at the steps of using Coinbase, and how much they’ll cost you:

  1. Open Coinbase account (free)
  2. Go through KYC needed to connect a bank account to your Coinbase account (free)
  3. Transfer fiat to your account (free if bank transfer, otherwise credit/debit card fee applies)
  4. Convert fiat to the stable coin USDC (FREE! Since Coinbase “owns” USDC, they don’t charge anything to convert back and forth between USD and USDC. And it’s always 1-1 conversion.)
  5. Transfer USDC to an external wallet (yours, or a sellers) (FREE! Again, another perk – Coinbase pays your transfer gas fee).
  6. If you’re content with using Coinbase as your wallet, you are done!
a. When you want to buy, you ask the seller for his address, and transfer USDC to him (free).
b. When you want to sell, you give the user your Coinbase USDC address and he sends there (free again).
c. Make sure you send the right address – there are no backsies in crypto!!!

Using your own wallet:

  1. Install MetaMask. Follow instructions to create your address. Make sure you keep the pass phrase safe (NOT ON YOUR COMPUTER).
  2. Go through steps 1-5 to convert some fiat to USDC for free.
  3. Buy some ether – Currently Ether spot is about $230, meaning it’ll cost you about $10-20 to get some Ether + whatever fee Coinbase has on trading.
  4. Send the USDC to your new address.
  5. Send the Ether to your new address.
  6. You are now good to send and receive payments!
  7. When you receive USDC from a buyer, you can either keep them in your wallet for further use, or send to Coinbase, convert to fiat and send to your bank account. Always remember: on Coinbase 1 USDC == $1.

Chapter 5: Doing it on your own – for advanced users only

If you don’t like sharing all your info with Coinbase, you can definitely just install your own wallet (MetaMask is still the best option, IMHO, but there are many more), and fund it personally.
The biggest challenge you’ll face is: how do I convert fiat to crypto? Here are some options:
  1. The easiest: get someone to sell you some. Someone who already went through the whole process, and will agree to give you some crypto. Once you have crypto, you can easily convert it to any other crypto, without using any exchange, using crypto swap apps.
  2. The more expansive: use a service like Changelly (and there are others – again: I have no stake) to “buy” crypto. Take into account that they have fees. There are also services (like LocalBitcoins) that will allow you to buy directly from other people, for lower fees.
  3. You can use a different exchange, perhaps even one in a different country. Take into account that you’ll need to get actual money there, so at one point, someone will know something about you.
As said, once you have ANY crypto in your wallet, it’s easy to convert it to stable coins, Ether, or everything else you need.

Summary

I tried covering the basics of using crypto for payment. I did my best to avoid techy aspects and jargon.
Crypto is here to stay. Next (and current) generations will use it, like we’re using credit cards and PayPal. It will have no “magic” or “hoax” attached to it. It’s not “good” or “bad” – it’s just another way to convey value.
I was taught all this by someone. I’m sharing this with you now, in the hope you’ll share it with other people. That’s how knowledge grows.
If anyone wants any clarification, or expansion on any item, feel free to comment below, or reach out to me.
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