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#QuotesonCrypto "Bitcoin is a technological tour de force" - Bill Gates (Co-Founder of Microsoft) #crypto #Bitcoin

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“Bitcoin is a technological tour de force.” –Bill Gates, Co-founder of Microsoft.

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Bill Gates: "[Bitcoin] is a techno tour de force." Charlie Munger: "I think it's rat poison." Warren Buffett: "I think either Charlie or Bill is right."

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Cryptocurrency Investing

Cryptocurrency Investing
This article is provided for informational purposes only. Your decision to invest in cryptocurrency cannot be made on the basis of this text.
At the time when cryptocurrencies gather pace and many new altcoins appear, it seems hard to decide which one to choose for the investment. There are some notions that can help to make a decision.
https://preview.redd.it/49vonh8kv1y31.jpg?width=1024&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=b6b1ec1e200632fedc1e56a7af8f4d5139852ce6
What affects the value of cryptocurrency?
The price of cryptocurrency depends on different factors. First of all, the basic economic principle of demand and supply works here. High demand for limited coins will raise their prices. The more coins are mined, the harder it is to get new ones. As a result, they become more precious.
Usefulness of coins also matters. When people understand that they can solve specific cases using cryptocurrency it may be in demand. For this reason, DASH became famous in countries which suffer difficulties with official banking system.
Mass media and historical events affect the value of cryptocurrency too. If negative publicity appears or the government puts a strict regulation against the use of coins, their price goes down. It works the opposite way too. Microsoft started accepting BTC as a payment method in 2014. They set an example for many other global companies and promoted the cryptocurrency.
Rise and fall
As it has already been mentioned, notable cases influence the market. In 2013 the Bitcoin price raised to 266$ but crashed and it costed 109$ in October. It happened because of the Silk Road arrest. This anonymous trading floor sold illegal goods and commonly used BTC for getting payments.
Cryptocurrency market has capped the climax several times in 2017. The price of BTC was growing from April and in the middle of December gained its maximum reaching 20 000 dollar mark. Meantime the price of BTC was close to 11 000$ at the beginning of September 2019 but came down to 8 000$ at the end of the month.
Coin market capitalization
Cryptocurrency capitalization is an integrated cost of all issued digital coins at the market. US Dollar usually serves as a monetary indicator. This characteristic helps to understand if cryptocurrency is attractive to invest in or not.
Two main factors affect the capitalization. One of them is a coin emission (the amount of coins in turnover) and another is a coin rate. In most cases, the emission always grows because of the mining process. The more coins have been mined the harder to get some new ones. This process affects the rate too. For example, this scheme works with BTC.
There are some cryptocurrencies (such as NXT) with initial emission. Capitalization here is directly related to the rate and market activity because the total amount of coins is unchangeable.
Who risks nothing, gains nothing?
When one tries to choose cryptocurrency for the investment, attention should be paid to its capitalization. High level of capitalization tells about better market fluctuation tolerance of the currency. It is more stable but a rapid increase in the rate can not be expected. On the other hand, assets with lower capitalization show significant swings in a short period of time.
Famous quotes
“It is not a speculative investment even though it is being used as such by other people. As Bitcoin network grows the value of Bitcoin grows. As people move into Bitcoin for payments and receipts they stop using US Dollars, Euros and Chinese Yuan which in the long-term devalues these currencies.” – Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google “Bitcoin is a technological tour de force.” – Bill Gates, Co-founder of Microsoft
Interesting fact
One of the world’s most famous and successful investment in cryptocurrency was made by Norwegian student Kristoffer Koch in 2009. He got to know about bitcoins while he was writing a thesis on encryption. Kristoffer purchased 5 000 bitcoins for 150 Krones ($26.60) and forgot about them soon afterwards. “Cryptography and computer security interests me: I’m a technical guy, not an investor. So I just bought a few at that time.” – said Mr. Koch. In 2013 cryptocurrency was vividly discussed in mass media and it made the Norwegian remember about his investment. The idea of how much his coins had come to be worth struck him. 150 Krones turned into 885 000 dollars and some part of this money was used to buy a spacious apartment in a prestigious district of Oslo.
Cryptocurrency investing can be really profitable. It bring its benefits if one takes into account all moments which influence the market and stays aware of changes in this sphere.
No matter which cryptocurrency you choose to invest in, you can always exchange one coin for another using StealthEX. It is an anonymous and limitless cryptocurrency exchange with the top concern about user’s privacy.
Follow us on Medium, Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit to get StealthEX.io updates and the latest news about the crypto world. For all requests message us via [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
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Cryptocurrency Investing

Cryptocurrency Investing
This article is provided for informational purposes only. Your decision to invest in cryptocurrency cannot be made on the basis of this text.
At the time when cryptocurrencies gather pace and many new altcoins appear, it seems hard to decide which one to choose for the investment. There are some notions that can help to make a decision.
https://preview.redd.it/i390wllao1y31.jpg?width=1024&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=edf040c91bbb928dad681c9c091733475bb00139
What affects the value of cryptocurrency?
The price of cryptocurrency depends on different factors. First of all, the basic economic principle of demand and supply works here. High demand for limited coins will raise their prices. The more coins are mined, the harder it is to get new ones. As a result, they become more precious.
Usefulness of coins also matters. When people understand that they can solve specific cases using cryptocurrency it may be in demand. For this reason, DASH became famous in countries which suffer difficulties with official banking system.
Mass media and historical events affect the value of cryptocurrency too. If negative publicity appears or the government puts a strict regulation against the use of coins, their price goes down. It works the opposite way too. Microsoft started accepting BTC as a payment method in 2014. They set an example for many other global companies and promoted the cryptocurrency.
Rise and fall
As it has already been mentioned, notable cases influence the market. In 2013 the Bitcoin price raised to 266$ but crashed and it costed 109$ in October. It happened because of the Silk Road arrest. This anonymous trading floor sold illegal goods and commonly used BTC for getting payments.
Cryptocurrency market has capped the climax several times in 2017. The price of BTC was growing from April and in the middle of December gained its maximum reaching 20 000 dollar mark. Meantime the price of BTC was close to 11 000$ at the beginning of September 2019 but came down to 8 000$ at the end of the month.
Coin market capitalization
Cryptocurrency capitalization is an integrated cost of all issued digital coins at the market. US Dollar usually serves as a monetary indicator. This characteristic helps to understand if cryptocurrency is attractive to invest in or not.
Two main factors affect the capitalization. One of them is a coin emission (the amount of coins in turnover) and another is a coin rate. In most cases, the emission always grows because of the mining process. The more coins have been mined the harder to get some new ones. This process affects the rate too. For example, this scheme works with BTC.
There are some cryptocurrencies (such as NXT) with initial emission. Capitalization here is directly related to the rate and market activity because the total amount of coins is unchangeable.
Who risks nothing, gains nothing?
When one tries to choose cryptocurrency for the investment, attention should be paid to its capitalization. High level of capitalization tells about better market fluctuation tolerance of the currency. It is more stable but a rapid increase in the rate can not be expected. On the other hand, assets with lower capitalization show significant swings in a short period of time.
Famous quotes
“It is not a speculative investment even though it is being used as such by other people. As Bitcoin network grows the value of Bitcoin grows. As people move into Bitcoin for payments and receipts they stop using US Dollars, Euros and Chinese Yuan which in the long-term devalues these currencies.” – Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman of Google
“Bitcoin is a technological tour de force.” – Bill Gates, Co-founder of Microsoft
Interesting fact
One of the world’s most famous and successful investment in cryptocurrency was made by Norwegian student Kristoffer Koch in 2009. He got to know about bitcoins while he was writing a thesis on encryption. Kristoffer purchased 5 000 bitcoins for 150 Krones ($26.60) and forgot about them soon afterwards. “Cryptography and computer security interests me: I’m a technical guy, not an investor. So I just bought a few at that time.” – said Mr. Koch. In 2013 cryptocurrency was vividly discussed in mass media and it made the Norwegian remember about his investment. The idea of how much his coins had come to be worth struck him. 150 Krones turned into 885 000 dollars and some part of this money was used to buy a spacious apartment in a prestigious district of Oslo.
Cryptocurrency investing can be really profitable. It bring its benefits if one takes into account all moments which influence the market and stays aware of changes in this sphere.
No matter which cryptocurrency you choose to invest in, you can always exchange one coin for another using StealthEX. It is an anonymous and limitless cryptocurrency exchange with the top concern about user’s privacy.
Just go to StealthEX.io and follow these easy steps:
  • Choose the pair and the amount for your exchange. For example, BTC to ETH.
  • Press the “Start exchange” button.
  • Provide the recipient address where the coins will be transferred.
  • Move your cryptocurrency for the exchange.
  • Receive your coins.
Follow us on Medium, Twitter, Facebook, and Reddit to get StealthEX.io updates and the latest news about the crypto world. For all requests message us via [email protected]
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The fastest, easiest and cheapest way to send micro-donations (as well as Macro-payments) around the world, instantly: Bitcoin

So right now I can send you 10 cents or 1 million dollars instantly from my phone wallet, using bitcoin. Anywhere in the world, fee-free, instantly. The blockchain technology is amazing!, here is some info about it:
Decentralized/peer-to-peeworldwide distributed systems are the way to empower the people and bypass banks and all centralized financial institutions, the path to re-set the control from the few to the many, are the future for everything. The potential implications of the development of distributed consensus technologies is revolutionary.
We have now an open source peer to peer decentralized digital currency. It is very safe, since is cryptographically secured by a distributed global mathematical algorithm and public decentralized open source ledger, a revolutionary disruptive technology called 'Blockchain'. https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Block_chain
This could be the future of money for everything, from donations, micropayments, money transfers, online shopping and bill payments, etc.
Empowering and welcoming to the game to billions of unbanked people. And the blockchain peer-to-peer open source decentralized secure technology will be used for many more applications, like escrow, contracts, voting, global ledger, etc.
We shouldn't be like the ones that were dismissing the internet not long ago as a "den of pedophiles, drug dealers and terrorists". The blockchain is the biggest thing since the internet and will benefit also the billions of under and unbanked people.
Bill Gates: “Bitcoin Technology is Key” https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/bill-gates-bitcoin-technology-key/
WSJ article about FINCEN recognizing bitcoin: http://online.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424127887323407104579037301852662422 Bloomberg article about IRS legitimizing bitcoin as property: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-03-25/bitcoin-is-property-not-currency-in-tax-system-irs-says.html
PayPal now lets shops accept Bitcoin: http://money.cnn.com/2014/09/26/technology/paypal-bitcoin/index.html?iid=HP_LN
Bitcoin goes mainstream: http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/sep/29/bitcoin-circle-cryptocurrency-jeremy-allaire
Bank Of England: Digital currencies and how do they work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxDKE_gQX_M&feature=youtu.be
Transfer money anywhere, safely, no fees, no middlemen, no charge-backs for merchants and no fraud.
These are just physical businesses accepting bitcoin:
http://coinmap.org/
With tens of thousands more online:
http://www.coinjabber.com/
Some of the Big companies accepting Bitcoin:
PayPal, VirginGalactic, CheapAir, Uber, Wordpress,Wikipedia, Zynga,Dish Network,Suntimes, Gyft, CheapAir, TigerDirect, OverStock, Expedia, Newegg, 1-800-Flowers.com, Dell,LordandTaylor, Shopify, Foodler, Digital River, Scan.co, Overclockers.co.uk, Takeaway.com, Wix.com, Cheaperthansteam.com, eGifter.com, Etsy.com, King’s College, OKCupid, Mint.com, Pizzaforcoins.com, Reddit, Square, Twitch.tv, Zappos.com, Menufy
If you want to learn more:
http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/
https://www.weusecoins.com/en/
https://www.trybtc.com/
https://bitcoin.org/en/
http://www.thebitcoinpage.com/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JP9-lAYngi4
Quotes:
"Not having an internet strategy in 1995 is the equivalent of not having a bitcoin strategy now.” -Moe Levin
“I’m a big fan of Bitcoin … Regulation of money supply needs to be depoliticized.” -Al Gore
“Bitcoin is a technological tour de force.” -Bill Gates
“Bitcoin will do to banks what email did to the postal industry.” -Rick Falkvinge
“With e-currency based on cryptographic proof, without the need to trust a third party middleman, money can be secure and transactions effortless.” -Satoshi Nakamoto Historical graph: How much bitcoin a $1 dollar can buy? https://i.imgur.com/pR4ptme.jpg
Runaway Dollar Inflation Graph: (Source: the FED) https://i.imgur.com/t8oBzH0.jpg
How safe is bitcoin?
https://i.imgur.com/CzyO1yv.jpg
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Hey Bill Gates, call your buddy Buffett up and educate him so he doesn't look so ignorant

Bill and Warren are good buddies going back a long time. Bill needs to educate Warren so he doesn't look so ignorant.
Bill Gates: "I think it's a technical tour de force." (An educated assessment)
Warren: “It’s a mirage basically, it’s a method of transmitting money, it’s a very effective way of transmitting money and you can do it anonymously and all that… a check is a way of transmitting money, too. Are checks worth a whole lot of money?” (An absolutely ignorant comparison)
http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1dx6rq/bill_gates_bitcoin_is_a_techno_tour_de_force/"
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The best Bitcoin quotes from highly influential people

I'm collecting Bitcoin quotes and endorsements from highly influential people. Here's what I got, please comment if you know more:
Al Gore, former US vice president and winner of Nobel Peace prize: "I'm a big fan of Bitcoin … Regulation of money supply needs to be depoliticized.”
Bill Gates, Microsoft co-founder: “Bitcoin is a technological tour de force.”
Leon Louw, Nobel Peace prize nominee: "Every informed person needs to know about Bitcoin because it might be one of the world’s most important developments."
Milton Friedman, winner of Nobel prize in economics: "I think the internet is going to be one of the major forces for reducing the role of government. The one thing that's missing, but that will soon be developed, is a reliable e-cash.”
Tyler Winklevoss, Facebook forerunner: “We have elected to put our money and faith in a mathematical framework that is free of politics and human error.”
Nassim Taleb, author and advisor to the IMF: "Bitcoin is the beginning of something great: a currency without a government, something necessary and imperative.”
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Bernanke never said that "Bitcoin may hold long-term promise", and other bitcoin quotes corrected with sources

During the course of my research, I made a collection of Bitcoin quotes that I could use in different publications.
Many "famous people bitcoin quotes" are false, misquoted and without sources. Using those quotes is bad for everyone.
The first, and most horribly fasle quote, is Bernanke's famous quote: "Bitoin may hold long-term promise, particularly if the innovations promote a faster, more secure and more efficient payment system.”
1) The quote is actually from Alan Blinder
2) The quote is from 1995
3) The quote has nothing to do with Bitcoin
This is the full quote:
Dear Senators: Thank you for your recent inquiry regarding virtual currencies. As you noted, virtual currencies have been receiving increased attention from U.S. authorities over the past several months.
Historically, virtual currencies have been viewed as a form of “electronic money” or area of payment system technology that has been evolving over the past 20 years. Over time, these types of innovations have received attention from Congress as well as U.S. regulators. For example, in 1995, the U.S. House of Representatives held hearings on “the future of money” at which early versions of virtual currencies and other innovations were discussed. Vice Chairman Alan Blinder’s testimony at that time made the key point that while these types of innovations may pose risks related to law enforcement and supervisory matters, there are also areas in which they may hold long-term promise, particularly if the innovations promote a faster, more secure and more efficient payment system.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/ben-bernanke-on-bitcoin-2013-11#ixzz2qgGXCYKk
I know some of you already know that this quote is badly cited, but believe me it is being used by every journalist and "expert" out there (google Bernanke bitcoin quote, you'll se that I'm right).
EDIT: Bernanke is not paraphrasing Blinder in order to support a positive / negative opinion of Bitcoin. He quotes Blinder in the introduction of his letter as a way to show that monetary innovations was already a topic of interest back in 1995
There was another post with Bitcoin quotes from famous people here: http://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/1ohza2/quotes_about_bitcoin_from_famous_people/
Many of these quotes were misquoted, false or without references. I took the liberty to create a legit quotes list with sources:
"I think Bitcoin is a techno tour de force." - Bill Gates, Founder of Microsoft Fox News, May 6, 2013 Original source: http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/2359385547001/
“I gave a talk back in November of ‘99 on […] how encrypted money was going to change the world. I do think bitcoin is the first one of these that has the potential to do something like that. - Peter Thiel, Co-Founder of Paypal. Secondary source: http://www.appstorechronicle.com/2013/11/exclusive-peter-thiel-bitcoin.html#ixzz2pdIR3w8w
“It’s fascinating to watch what’s happened with Bitcoin. Congress has just been spending a week looking at it, they might bring some regulations, but I just hope that it will not stifle innovations of new tech novalties like Bitcoin” Sir Richard Branson, Novembre 22th 2013 Original source: http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?play=1&video=3000220731
“I think the fact that within the Bitcoin universe an algorithm replaces the functions of [the government] … is actually pretty cool” Al Gore, former US vice president and winner of the Nobel Peace prize Secondary source: http://www.pymnts.com/briefing-room/commerce-3-0/the-innovation-project-2013/al-gore-speaks-on-mobile-money-and-the-global-mind/
“Virtual currency systems, so long as they comply with applicable anti money-laundering and money transmission laws and regulations are not inherently illegal and they can be appealing to consumers because they can provide cheap, efficient and convenient means to transfer currency.” Mythili Raman of the Department of Justice Criminal Division Original source: http://online.wsj.com/article/65405E2A-CD8B-4B70-B8DD-9E7A19D05A61.html#!65405E2A-CD8B-4B70-B8DD-9E7A19D05A61
“Bitcoin is the most important invention in the history of the world since the internet. Roger Ver, CEO of MemoryDealers.com Original source: http://rogerver.com
“Three eras of currency: Commodity based, e.g. Gold., Politically based, e.g. Dollar, Math based, e.g. Bitcoin” Chris Dixon, Personal investor in technology startups Original source: http://nonchalantrepreneur.com/post/46485623457/three-eras-of-currency
"Bitcoin is the beginning of something great: a currency without a government, something necessary and imperative.” - Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Ph.D statistician, author, and advisor to the IMF Original source: http://nassimtaleb.org/tag/bitcoin/
"Bitcoin is going to be a big player in the future of the exchange of goods and services" Jennifer Shasky Calvery, the director of the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network Original source: http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/DigitalCu
“The decision to bring virtual currency within the scope of our regulatory framework should be viewed by those who respect and obey the basic rule of law as a positive development for this sector. It recognizes the innovation virtual currencies provide, and the benefits they might offer society,” Jennifer Shasky Calvery, the director of the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network. Original source: http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/DigitalCu
"A number of smart people both inside and outside of government view bitcoin as a major emerging issue that is deserving of our attention" - Senator Tom Carper (D) Original source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8Y71IXEK8w
“It [Bitcoin] is a huge, huge, huge deal […] it is gold 2.0” - Chamath Palihapitiya, venture capitalist and former Facebook executive Original source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59uTUpO8Dzw&feature=youtu.be&t=19m14s
"Bitcoin may be the TCP/IP of money." - Paul Buchheit, Creator of Gmail https://twitter.com/paultoo/status/328969714283995136
“We have elected to put our money and faith in a mathematical framework that is free of politics and human error.” - Tyler Winklevoss, Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust Original source: http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/winklevosses-turn-bitcoin-turmoil/story?id=18941399
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Quotes about Bitcoin from Famous people

"[Bitcoin] is a techno tour de force." - Bill Gates, Founder of Microsoft
"You can't stop things like Bitcoin. It will be everywhere and the world will have to readjust. World governments will have to readjust" - John McAfee, Founder of McAfee
“It's money 2.0, a huge huge huge deal.” - Chamath Palihapitiya, Previous head of AOL instant messenger
“We have elected to put our money and faith in a mathematical framework that is free of politics and human error.” - Tyler Winklevoss, Co-creator of Facebook
“Entire classes of bugs are missing.” - Dan Kaminsky, Security Penetration Expert for Cisco and Avaya
“There are 3 eras of currency: Commodity based, politically based, and now, math based.” - Chris Dixon, Co-founder of Hunch now owned by Ebay, Co-founder of SiteAdvisor now owned by McAfee
“Right now Bitcoin feels like the Internet before the browser.” - Wences Casares, Founder of Banco Lemon, aquired by Banco do Brazil, Won Xbox game of the year for his game Assault Heroes
"Bitcoin will do to banks what email did to the postal industry" - Rick Falkvinge, Founder of the Swedish pirate party
"Bitcoin may be the TCP/IP of money." - Paul Buchheit, Creator of Gmail
“ I think the fact that within the bitcoin universe an algorithm replaces the functions of [the government] … is actually pretty cool. I am a big fan of Bitcoin” - Al Gore, 45th Vice President of the United States
"I am very intrigued by Bitcoin. It has all the signs. Paradigm shift, hackers love it, yet it's derided as a toy. Just like microcomputers." - Paul Graham, Creator of Yahoo Store
“I do think Bitcoin is the first [encrypted money] that has the potential to do something like change the world." - Peter Thiel, Co-Founder of Paypal
"I really like Bitcoin. I own Bitcoins. It's a store of value, a distributed ledger. It's a great place to put assets, especially in places like Argentina with 40 percent inflation, where $1 today is worth 60 cents in a year, and a government's currency does not hold value. It's also a good investment vehicle if you have an appetite for risk. But it won't be a currency until volatility slows down." - David Marcus, CEO of Paypal
“"[Virtual Currencies] may hold long-term promise, particularly if the innovations promote a faster, more secure and more efficient payment system.” " - Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve
"Virgin Galactic is a bold entrepreneurial technology. It's driving a revolution and Bitcoin is doing just the same when it comes to inventing a new currency." - Sir Richard Branson, Founder of Virgin Records, Virgin Galactic, and 400+ other businesses
"So bitcoin is cyber snob currency..." - William Shatner, Actor known for lead role in Star Trek TOS
"Bitcoin actually has the balance and incentives right, and that is why it is starting to take off" - Julian Assange, Founder of Wikileaks
"[Bitcoin] is a very exciting development, it might lead to a world currency. I think over the next decade it will grow to become one of the most important ways to pay for things and transfer assets." - Kim Dotcom, CEO of MegaUpload
"Bitcoin is a remarkable cryptographic achievement and the ability to create something that is not duplicable in the digital world has enormous value" - Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google
Any more you know? Put them in the comments! For each of these I found someone who's name or role in a company is generally known by the public who had something to say about Bitcoin.
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Community events & happenings Friday Sept 15 - Sunday Sept 17

Event distances from downtown

Friday, Sep 15

Saturday, September 16

Sunday, September 17

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Help moving random quotes css from sidebar to above posts.

Im currently trying to add random quotes to bitcoin_unserious/ but having a bit of trouble.
So far Ive gotten the random quotes to show up, but not exactly where I would like them.
No matter what I have tried they end up on the sidebar instead of in an announcement like bar above the posts.
Is there anyone that can show me what Im doing wrong?
Here is the code its currently using
/*RANDOM QUOTES*/ /* Random quote container */ .titlebox .usertext-body, input[name=uh] ~ a:before { list-style: none; position: absolute; top: 163px; /*Change this in relation to your header's height*/ left: 8px; margin:0; background-color: #f6f7f8; color: #555; border-radius: 2px; border: 1px solid #dbdbdb; padding: 7px 10px; white-space: nowrap; overflow: hidden; } input[name=uh][value^="0"] ~ a:before { content: "''I think bitcoin's a technical tour de force.'' - Bill Gates"} input[name=uh][value^="1"] ~ a:before { content: "''It will be everywhere and the world will have to readjust. World Governments will have to readjust.'' - John Mcafee"} input[name=uh][value^="2"] ~ a:before { content: "''Bitcoin actually has the balance and incentives right, and that is why it is starting to take off.'' - Julian Assange"} input[name=uh][value^="3"] ~ a:before { content: "''Bitcoin is the beginning of something great: a currency without a government, something necessary and imperative.'' - Nassim Taleb"} input[name=uh][value^="4"] ~ a:before { content: "''We have elected to put our money and faith in a mathematical framework that is free of politics and human error.'' - Tyler Winklevoss"} input[name=uh][value^="5"] ~ a:before { content: "''I'm a big fan of Bitcoin... 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What is Bitcoin? A Step-By-Step Guide For Beginners An in-depth guide by BlockGeeks

An in-depth guide by BlockGeeks
Content available at: http://bit.ly/smarterspending
If you want to know what is Bitcoin, how you can get it and how it can help you, without floundering into technical details, this guide is for you. It will explain how the system works, how you can use it for your profit, which scams to avoid. It will also direct you to resources that will help you store and use your first pieces of digital currency.
What is Bitcoin in a nutshell Small wonder that Bitcoin emerged in 2008 just after Occupy Wall Street accused big banks of misusing borrowers’ money, duping clients, rigging the system, and charging boggling fees. Bitcoin pioneers wanted to put the seller in charge, eliminate the middleman, cancel interest fees, and make transactions transparent, to hack corruption and cut fees. They created a decentralized system, where you could control your funds and know what was going on.
Bitcoin has come far in a relatively short time. All over the world, companies, from REEDS Jewelers, a large jewelry chain in the US, to a private hospital in Warsaw, Poland, accept its currency. Billion dollar businesses such as Dell, Expedia, PayPal, and Microsoft do, too. Websites promote it, publications such as Bitcoin Magazine publish its news, forums discuss cryptocurrency and trade its coins. It has its application programming interface (API), price index, and exchange rate.
Problems include thieves hacking accounts, high volatility, and transaction delays. On the other hand, people in third world countries may find Bitcoin their most reliable channel yet for giving or receiving money.
What is Bitcoin in-depth? At its simplest, Bitcoin is either virtual currency or reference to the technology. You can make transactions by check, wiring, or cash. You can also use Bitcoin (or BTC), where you refer the purchaser to your signature, which is a long line of security code encrypted with 16 distinct symbols. The purchaser decodes the code with his smartphone to get your cryptocurrency. Put another way; cryptocurrency is an exchange of digital information that allows you to buy or sell goods and services.The transaction gains its security and trust by running on a peer-to-peer computer network that is similar to Skype, or BitTorrent, a file-sharing system.
Bitcoin Transactional properties:
1.) Irreversible: After confirmation, a transaction can‘t be reversed. By nobody. And nobody means nobody. Not you, not your bank, not the president of the United States, not Satoshi, not your miner. Nobody. If you send money, you send it. Period. No one can help you, if you sent your funds to a scammer or if a hacker stole them from your computer. There is no safety net.
2.) Pseudonymous: Neither transactions or accounts are connected to real world identities. You receive Bitcoins on so-called addresses, which are randomly seeming chains of around 30 characters. While it is usually possible to analyze the transaction flow, it is not necessarily possible to connect the real world identity of users with those addresses.
3.) Fast and global: Transaction is propagated nearly instantly in the network and are confirmed in a couple of minutes. Since they happen in a global network of computers they are completely indifferent of your physical location. It doesn‘t matter if I send Bitcoin to my neighbour or to someone on the other side of the world.
4.) Secure: Bitcoin funds are locked in a public key cryptography system. Only the owner of the private key can send cryptocurrency. Strong cryptography and the magic of big numbers makes it impossible to break this scheme. A Bitcoin address is more secure than Fort Knox.
5.) Permissionless: You don‘t have to ask anybody to use cryptocurrency. It‘s just a software that everybody can download for free. After you installed it, you can receive and send Bitcoins or other cryptocurrencies. No one can prevent you. There is no gatekeeper.
Judd Bagley: What is BlockchainThe creator of bitcoin figured out a way to let two entities confidently trade directly with one another, without the need to rely on all these intermediaries. The key is mathematics. As long as we both trust in math, we can be confident the exchange to occur as expected.
Bitcoin uses public key cryptography and an innovative approach to bookkeeping to achieve the authorization, balance verification, prohibition on double spending, delivery of assets and record inalterability described above. And it happens in near real time at no cost.
Cryptography ensures authorization. You need a private key to transact. And your key is complex enough that it would take the best computer longer than the earth has existed to crack it. In other words, it’s essentially unhackable.
– Director of Communications at Overstock.com and Chief Evangelist at t0.com
Where can I find Bitcoins? First, we would recommend you read this in-depth guide for buying Bitcoin.
You can get your first bitcoins from any of these four places.
A cryptocurrency exchange where you can exchange ‘regular’ coins for bitcoins, or for satoshis, which are like the BTC-type of cents. Resources: Coinbase and LocalBitcoins in the US & Canada, and BitBargain UK and Bittylicious in the UK. A Bitcoin ATM (or cryptocurrency exchange) where you can change bitcoins or cash for another cryptocurrency. Resources: Your best bets are BTER and CoinCorner A classified service where you can find a seller who will help you trade bitcoins for cash. Resources: The definitive site is LocalBitcoins. You could sell a product or service for bitcoins. Resources: Sites like Purse. Caution! Bitcoin is notorious for scams, so before using any service look for reviews from previous customers or post your questions on the Bitcoin forum.
How does Bitcoin work? Without getting into the technical details, Bitcoin works on a vast public ledger, also called a blockchain, where all confirmed transactions are included as so-called ‘blocks.’ As each block enters the system, it is broadcast to the peer-to-peer computer network of users for validation. In this way, all users are aware of each transaction, which prevents stealing and double-spending, where someone spends the same currency twice. The process also helps blockchain users trust the system.
“Unlike traditional currencies, which are issued by central banks, Bitcoin has no central monetary authority. Instead it is underpinned by a peer-to-peer computer network made up of its users’ machines, akin to the networks that underpin BitTorrent, a file-sharing system, and Skype, an audio, video and chat service. Bitcoins are mathematically generated as the computers in this network execute difficult number-crunching tasks, a procedure known as Bitcoin “mining”. The mathematics of the Bitcoin system were set up so that it becomes progressively more difficult to “mine” Bitcoins over time, and the total number that can ever be mined is limited to around 21 million. There is therefore no way for a central bank to issue a flood of new Bitcoins and devalue those already in circulation.”
What is Bitcoin? A Step-By-Step Guide For BeginnersSave How can I store my bitcoins? To see how the system works, imagine someone called Alice who’s trying out Bitcoins. She’d sign up for a cryptocurrency wallet to put her bitcoins in.
The Bitcoin Wallets
There are three different applications that Alice could use.
Full client – This is like a standalone email server that handles all aspects of the process without relying on third-party servers. Alice would control her whole transaction from beginning to end by herself. Understandably, this is not for beginners. Lightweight client – This is a standalone email client that connects to a mail server for access to a mailbox. It would store Alice’s bitcoins, but it needs a third-party-owned server to access the network and make the transaction. Web client – This is the opposite of “full client” and resembles webmail in that it totally relies on a third-party server. The third party replaces Alice and operates her entire transaction. You’ll find wallets that come in five main types: Desktop, mobile, web, paper and hardware. Each of these has its advantages and disadvantages.
How do I buy and sell stuff with Bitcoins? Here’s the funny thing with Bitcoins: there are no physical traces of them as of dollars. All you have are only records of transactions between different addresses, with balances that increase and decrease in their records that are stored on the blockchain.
To see how the process works, let’s return to Alice.
Example of a Bitcoin transaction
Alice wants to use her Bitcoin to buy pizza from Bob. She’d send him her private “key,” a private sequence of letters and numbers, which contains her source transaction of the coins, amount, and Bob’s digital wallet address. That “address” would be another, this time, the public sequence of letters and numbers. Bob scans the “key” with his smartphone to decode it. At the same time, Alice’s transaction is broadcast to all the other network participants (called “nodes”) on her ledger, and, approximately, ten minutes later, is confirmed, through a process of certain technical and business rules called “mining.” This “mining” process gives Bob a score to know whether or not to proceed with Alice’s transaction.
The transaction between Alice and Bob
What is Mining? Mining, or processing, keep the Bitcoin process secure by chronologically adding new transactions (or blocks) to the chain and keeping them in the queue. Blocks are chopped off as each transaction is finalized, codes decoded, and bitcoins passed or exchanged.
Miners can also generate new bitcoins by using special software to solve cryptographic problems. This provides a smart way to issue the currency and also provides an incentive for people to mine.
The reward is agreed-upon by everyone in the network but is generally 12.5 bitcoins as well as the fees paid by users sending transactions. To prevent inflation and to keep the system manageable, there can be no more than a fixed total number of 21 million bitcoins (or BTCs) in circulation by the year 2040, so the “puzzle” gets increasingly harder to solve.
What do I need to know to protect my Bitcoins? Here are four pieces of advice that will help your bitcoins go further.
As you’d do with a regular wallet, only store small amounts of bitcoins on your computer, mobile, or server for everyday uses, and keep the remaining part of your funds in a safer environment.
Backup your wallet on a regular basis and encrypt your wallet or smartphone with a strong password to protect it from thieves (although, unfortunately, not against keylogging hardware or software). Store some of your bitcoins in an offline wallet disconnected from your network for added security. Think of this as a bank, while you, generally, keep only some of your money in your wallet. Update your software. For added protection, use Bitcoins’ multi-signature feature that allows a transaction to require multiple independent approvals to be spent.
Spending some time on these steps can save your money.
We recommend the Nano Ledger S – Hardware Wallet
Nano Ledger S is just as secure as the other two hardware wallets. It is popular because of its relatively low price of $65 compared to its competitors. Being smaller than KeepKey, it is more portable and easier to carry around. It is a hardware wallet that comes at a very competitive price.
What else do I need to know? Protect your address: Although your user identity behind your address remains anonymous, Bitcoin is the most public form of transaction with anyone on the network seeing your balances and log of transactions. This is one reason why you should change Bitcoin addresses with each transaction and safeguard your address. You can also use multiple wallets for different purposes so that your balance and transaction history remain private from those who send you money.
Your confirmation score: As said, you receive a confirmation score of about 10 minutes before you make your purchase. Different wallets have their own reading.
Government taxes and regulations: Government and local municipalities require you to pay income, sales, payroll, and capital gains taxes on anything that is valuable – and that includes bitcoins. The legal status of Bitcoin varies from country to country, with some still banning its use. Regulations also vary with each state. In fact, as of 2016, New York state is the only state with a bitcoin rule, commonly referred to as a BitLicense.As shown in the Table above, zero is the least with the number 3 being the most reliable for average bitcoin transfers. If you’re sending or paying for, something valuable, wait until you, at least, receive a 6.
What are the disadvantages of Bitcoin? Bitcoin got off on the wrong foot by claiming an apocryphal person (or persons), Satoshi Nakamoto as its founder. Nakamoto has never been found.
Regarding more practical concerns, hacking and scams are the norms. They happen at least once a week and are getting more sophisticated. Bitcoin’s software complexity and the volatility of its currency dissuade many people from using it, while its transactions are frustratingly slow. You’ll have to wait at least ten minutes for your network to approve the transaction. Recently, some Reddit users reported waiting more than one hour for their transactions to be confirmed.
Scams to watch out for
The four most typical Bitcoin scams are Ponzi schemes, mining scams, scam wallets and fraudulent exchanges.
Ponzi Scams: Ponzi scams, or high-yield investment programs, hook you with higher interest than the prevailing market rate (e.g. 1-2% interest per day) while redirecting your money to the thief’s wallet. They also tend to duck and emerge under different names in order to protect themselves. Keep away from companies that give you Bitcoin addresses for incoming payments rather than the common payment processors such as BitPay or Coinbase. Bitcoin Mining Scams: These companies will offer to mine outrageous amounts of bitcoin for you. You’ll have to pay them. That’s the last you’ll see of your money (with no bitcoins to show for it, either). Bitcoin Exchange Scams: Bitcoin Exchange Scams offer features that the typical bitcoin wallets don’t offer, such as PayPal/Credit Card processing, or better exchange rates. Needless to say, these scams leave you in the hang while they siphon your dollars. Bitcoin Wallet Scams: Bitcoin scam wallets are similar to online wallets – with a difference. They’ll ask you for your money. If robbers like the amount, that’s the last you’ll see of your deposit. The address, in other words, leads to them, rather than to you. Of all of these, wallet scams are the most popular with scammers managing to pinch millions.
What are the advantages of Bitcoin? The best thing about Bitcoin is that it is decentralized, which means that you can settle international deals without messing around with exchange rates and extra charges. Bitcoin is free from government interference and manipulation, so there’s no Federal Reserve System‍ to hike interest rates. It is also transparent, so you know what is happening with your money. You can start accepting bitcoins instantly, without investing money and energy into details, such as setting up a merchant account or buying credit card processing hardware. Bitcoins cannot be forged, nor can your client demand a refund.
It’s small wonder that users call Bitcoin “Money 2.0” or that Bill Gates called it “a techno tour de force
An in-depth guide by BlockGeeks
Content available at: http://bit.ly/smarterspending
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Subreddit Stats: top posts from 2013-05-02 to 2013-06-01 00:16 PDT

Period: 29.56 days
Submissions % Comments %
Total 1000 47511
Rate (per day) 33.84 1522.53
Unique Redditors 658 6162
Upvotes 117878 81% 229648 76%
Downvotes 26426 19% 69920 24%

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  1. 2205 pts, 37 submissions: IWillNotBiteYourDog
    1. Thank You, Bitcoin Community | Electronic Frontier Foundation (245 pts, 33 comments)
    2. How 23-year-old Charlie Shrem became a millionaire through Bitcoin (224 pts, 266 comments)
    3. With $1.5M Led By Winklevoss Capital, BitInstant Aims To Be The Go-To Site To Buy And Sell Bitcoins (140 pts, 49 comments)
    4. Bitcoin now outguns all of Earth's supercomputers (132 pts, 53 comments)
    5. Why I Invested in Bitcoin - the Perfect Schmuck Insurance (128 pts, 53 comments)
    6. Should You Trade Bitcoin? An Expert View (106 pts, 88 comments)
    7. Why PayPal is bullish on Bitcoin (81 pts, 34 comments)
    8. [scam alert] Startup Company Cryoniks Ramping Up Production of its 1000 GH/s Bitmining Solution (76 pts, 11 comments)
    9. Government Will Be As Successful At Regulating Bitcoin As Its Been With File Sharing (73 pts, 38 comments)
    10. $1 billion in bitcoin was traded in April—16 times the previous record (69 pts, 3 comments)
  2. 1867 pts, 20 submissions: waspoza
    1. Coinbase Nabs $5M in Biggest Funding for Bitcoin Startup - WSJ (262 pts, 57 comments)
    2. Why Bitcoin will succeed - MarketWatch (226 pts, 136 comments)
    3. The Most Important Early-Stage Investor Of The Last 10 Years Just Made A Huge Bet On Bitcoin (224 pts, 27 comments)
    4. Why won’t Bitcoin die? (220 pts, 97 comments)
    5. Bitcoin will continue to function beyond the reach of government and law (177 pts, 40 comments)
    6. Peter Thiel & Founders Fund lead $2m funding round in BitPay (141 pts, 13 comments)
    7. Your Bitcoins Are Finally Worth Something | TechCrunch (127 pts, 107 comments)
    8. Bitcoin has a good shot at being the currency of the future (60 pts, 20 comments)
    9. A Hungarian company is about to launch an enterprise-class software product designed to make it easy for businesses to create bitcoin-enabled applications (60 pts, 1 comments)
    10. Bitcoin finding its feet at first Silicon Valley conference (54 pts, 1 comments)
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    2. Bitcoin: This article is ranked 35 in traffic on en.wikipedia.org (365 pts, 43 comments)
    3. Three Million Milestone (163 pts, 31 comments)
    4. WSJ: The Weekend Interview With Gavin Andresen - Bitcoin vs. Ben Bernanke (89 pts, 19 comments)
    5. CNET | Winklevoss twins on Bitcoin: "Time to work with the Feds." (78 pts, 103 comments)
    6. LA Times: Bitcoin concept is gaining currency (42 pts, 5 comments)
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