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If I wanted to use bitcoin to buy things where is best to do so? Like actual reputable websites? And how does it work given bitcoin is constantly changing in value in relation to fiat? I'm excited to start buying bitcoin and my goal is to hold 1 btc but I just wanted to know if theres actual use for it beyond holding my own wealth privately (not that I have much wealth 😂).
I'd like to use some of my bitcoin, but I'm not sure where I can use it. It isn't burning a hole in my pocket or anything like that, but I am looking to purposefully buy a few things. So my question is, what are some of the more popular and "mainstreem" acceptors of Bitcoin? I mean it is frustrating to want to use it, but not to be able to to get specifically what I want. Other than the bitcoin market here on reddit or silkroad, I its difficult to use them for what I want. So I'm really interested to know where I can use my bitcoin effectively.
Hey guys! I considered joining a pool to buy a new laptop, a MacBook Air! (No not for mining) But, I'm not quite sure how to transfer bitcoins to money without shady businesses. So my plan is to buy amazon gift cards from gyft and then buy it from there, but I want the warranty and customization of buying from Apple. Anyways, how much should I have to invest in this? What pool should I join? Computers we have 2 Windows XP's, one with 512MB of ram and one with 1GB 1 Vista, with 2GB 1 Windows 8 with 6GB What specs matter? Also, what software should I install. If anyone could give a step by step of how to start it would be great :). Thanks!
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08-16 17:47 - 'A shitcoin presumably being used to pump up the price. And may lead to a crash and hurt new commers? / Trying to see where i can get resources on tether, nothing more' by /u/DepressedHypeman removed from /r/Bitcoin within 185-195min
I’m new to bitcoins. I live in the USA . I recently brought $20 dollars worth of bitcoins through Cash-app. My 1st question is this amount worth anything? My 2nd question is where can I purchase goods or pay bills with bitcoins? I want to purchase goods that I can use myself and save some for later.
05-05 00:24 - 'Just do $1 a day. If you by chance live in Canada, I've got a few recommendations on some trustworthy, secure, and easy to use, platforms where you can buy crypto within minutes that won't price gouge you. / There ar...' by /u/Crypto4Canadians removed from /r/Bitcoin within 421-431min
''' Just do $1 a day. If you by chance live in Canada, I've got a few recommendations on some trustworthy, secure, and easy to use, platforms where you can buy crypto within minutes that won't price gouge you. There are only three sites that I personally trust to buy (and sell) crypto in Canada (Coinberry, Newton, and Shakepay). All three websites have their pros and cons but I’ve never had a problem with any of them and I’ve been using them for a long time. I’ve actually made a video on each site if you’re interested in learning more about them or how you can safely and easily buy crypto within minutes (on your phone too). I’ve also created a comparison video showing the differences among all three sites. The spreadsheet used in the video has also been updated so check the link below to see the updated differences. If you are interested in signing up with any of the websites, be sure to get yourself the signup bonus ($25 with Newton, $20 with Coinberry and $10 with Shakepay) by using the links in the videos. Comparison of all 3: [[link]6 Updated spreadsheet of comparison: [[link]7 Coinberry: [[link]8 Newton: [[link]9 Shakepay: [[link]10 ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: Crypto4Canadians 1: *outu.be*y0CWj**6*Cc 2: *oc*.go*gle.***/document/d/1Bek8*C*hb*Zc*gUGdkH***UU5SF0Xk*O***VvdHbFew/**i*?*sp=s*aring 3: yout*.be*7FyZ*v*t2d* 4: y***u.*e/503zOWw*c2I 5: yo*tu.*e/mZh2Xv4**W* 6: **u*u*be/y0CW*Xh6\_C*]^^1 7: *ocs*goog*e.c**/*o**ment/d/1*e*8cCn*bUZcZ*UGdkHms2U*5SF*Xk*Od*dVv*HbFew/e*i*?usp*sharing**^* 8: youtu.*e/7F**Jv*t2dI]**3 9: yo*tu*be/503zOWw**2I*^^* 10: you*u.be/m***Xv4jRWM*^^* Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
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03-25 22:54 - 'The government has orderd us to sit at home (idle) due to the covid -19 virus pandemic Why don't you use this opportunity to work from home and earn money online I'll introduce you to a platform where you can ear...' (i.redd.it) by /u/rolandleo50 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 5-15min
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