Bt was again rejected from the $30,500-$31,000 resistance area. BT is now back at the support of the $29,000 level. Still not much movement in the market. The market is hanging between support and resistance and we will see a break of this range by this weekend. Use tight SL in all trades.
Saying you’re opting out, and then quoting prices in USD.. highlighting asset performance and then claiming the returns aren’t a driver of why you own BT… If only we could get you in front of Buffett (or the folks at the unrelated business of Vanguard), you’d surely have them all convinced in no time!
It is a personal bias against BT, but I can't equate a device which has security as its top priority and connecting to it via bluetooth. But probably that also applies to most phones we carry in our pockets nowadays with lots more private data on it
You’re right! The statements of fact are that BT is too slow and thirsty to ever be a real transactions backbone. LN having to exist proves that. All these “tools” are just workarounds for “wish this was just a database.” I’d be a little more humble in general terms considering FTX failing just ripped the dick off of your entire community.
You can airgap your mobile device and generate the seed . There are even mobile wallets that allow you to use an old phone offline to generate your seed , sign Txs before you broadcast via BT or NFC to your regular everyday use online mobile device.
My dude that is a blatant lie and really shows you the authenticity behind these posts and users like you: "their tourism is up 30% directly from BT" When in reality it's: " The tourism industry is up 30% since the Bitcoin Law took effect" https://www.pwc.com/gx/en/financial-services/pdf/el-salvadors-law-a-meaningful-test-for-bitcoin.pdf ....And guess when the Bitcoin law took effect? The height of the pandemic.... ​ Like come on dude, just blatant misrepresentation from your end. How can your comment come off as anything other than blatant misrepresentation for the sake of boosting your point? Like come on dude, that's just blatant bullshit.
while bluetooth is very convenient, did you try to connect your Nano X using an OTG cable? or using a desktop/laptop? i think that the issue you are facing is caused by BT transfer. about adoption: i think it's quite easy to manage cryptocurrencies compared to just some years ago. sure there are some issues, but to be honest, many people are also struggling to understand how to manage with an online bank account.
Dude's a govt spook. He randomly showed up on the scene like an all star on Bitcoin Twitter after BT “high society” found him posting some “super smart” long ass article on LinkedIn. And he has been propped up by big BT accounts ever since. Now he has the privilege to speak on the behalf of Bitcoin to the White House??? He has no street cred in Bitcoin he is part of the narrative and ops of some govt agency for sure. Like less that two years ago…August 2021. That’s when his Twitter account was started. Lol
The Full List. This will have worldwide effects. 1. Alameda Aus Pty Ltd 2. Alameda Global Services Ltd. 3. Alameda Research (Bahamas) Ltd 4. Alameda Research Holdings Inc. 5. Alameda Research KK 6. Alameda Research LLC 7. Alameda Research Ltd 8. Alameda Research Pte Ltd 9. Alameda Research Yankari Ltd 10. Alameda TR Ltd 11. Alameda TR Systems S. de R. L. 12. Allston Way Ltd 13. Altalix Ltd 14. Analisya Pte Ltd 15. Atlantis Technology Ltd. 16. B for Transfer Egypt 17. B Payment Services Nigeria 18. B Transfer Services Ltd 19. B Transfer Services Ltd. UAE 20. B Transfer Services Uganda 21. Bancroft Way Ltd 22. BitPesa Kenya Ltd. 23. BitPesa RDC SARL 24. BitPesa Senegal Ltd. 25. BitPesa South Africa 26. BitPesa Tanzania Ltd. 27. BitPesa Uganda Ltd. 28. Bitvo, Inc. 29. Blockfolio Holdings, Inc. 30. Blockfolio, Inc. 31. Blue Ridge Ltd 32. BT Payment Services Ghana 33. BT Payment Services South Africa 34. BT Payments Uganda 35. BT Pesa Nigeria Ltd. 36. BTC Africa S.A. 37. BTLS Limited Tanzania 38. Cardinal Ventures Ltd 39. Cedar Bay Ltd 40. Cedar Grove Technology Services, Ltd 41. Clifton Bay Investments LLC 42. Clifton Bay Investments Ltd 43. CM-Equity AG 44. Corner Stone Staffing 45. Cottonwood Grove Ltd 46. Cottonwood Technologies Ltd. 47. Crypto Bahamas LLC 48. DAAG Trading, DMCC 49. Deck Technologies Holdings LLC 50. Deck Technologies Inc. 51. Deep Creek Ltd 52. Digital Custody Inc. 53. Euclid Way Ltd 54. Exchange 4 Free Seychellen 55. Exchange 4Free Australia Br. 56. Exchange 4Free Ltd. 57. Exchange 4Free South Africa Br. 58. Exchange 4Free Swiss Branch 59. Finfax Company 60. FTX (Gibraltar) Ltd 61. FTX Canada Inc 62. FTX Certificates GmbH 63. FTX Crypto Services Ltd. 64. FTX Digital Assets LLC 65. FTX Digital Holdings (Singapore) Pte Ltd 66. FTX EMEA Ltd. 67. FTX Equity Record Holdings Ltd 68. FTX Europe AG 69. FTX Exchange FZE 70. FTX Hong Kong Ltd 71. FTX Japan Holdings K.K. 72. FTX Japan K.K. 73. FTX Japan Services KK 74. FTX Lend Inc. 75. FTX Marketplace, Inc. 76. FTX Products (Singapore) Pte Ltd 77. FTX Property Holdings Ltd 78. FTX Services Solutions Ltd. 79. FTX Structured Products AG 80. FTX Switzerland GmbH 81. FTX Trading GmbH 82. FTX Trading Ltd 83. FTX TURKEY TEKNOLOJİ VE TİCARET ANONİM ŞİRKET 84. FTX US Derivatives LLC 85. FTX US Services, Inc. 86. FTX US Trading, Inc 87. FTX Vault Trust Company 88. FTX Ventures Ltd 89. FTX Ventures Partnership 90. FTX Zuma Ltd 91. GG Trading Terminal Ltd 92. Global Compass Dynamics Ltd. 93. Good Luck Games, LLC 94. Goodman Investments Ltd. 95. Hannam Group Inc 96. Hawaii Digital Assets Inc. 97. Hilltop Technology Services LLC 98. Hive Empire Trading Pty Ltd 99. Innovatia Ltd 100. Island Bay Ventures Inc 101. K-DNA Financial Services Ltd 102. Killarney Lake Investments Ltd 103. Ledger Holdings Inc. 104. LedgerPrime Bitcoin Yield Enhancement Fund, LLC 105. LedgerPrime Bitcoin Yield Enhancement Master Fund LP 106. LedgerPrime Digital Asset Opportunities Fund, LLC 107. LedgerPrime Digital Asset Opportunities Master Fund LP 108. Ledger Prime LLC 109. LedgerPrime Ventures, LP 110. Liquid Financial USA Inc. 111. LiquidEX LLC 112. Liquid Securities Singapore Pte Ltd 113. LT Baskets Ltd. 114. Maclaurin Investments Ltd. 115. Mangrove Cay Ltd 116. North Dimension Inc 117. North Dimension Ltd 118. North Wireless Dimension Inc 119. Paper Bird Inc 120. Pioneer Street Inc. 121. Quoine India Pte Ltd 122. Quoine Pte Ltd 123. Quoine Vietnam Co. Ltd 124. SNG INVESTMENTS YATIRIM VE DANIŞMANLIK ANONİM ŞİRKETİ 125. Strategy Ark Collective Ltd. 126. Technology Services Bahamas Limited 127. Tigetwit Ltd 128. TransferZero 129. Verdant Canyon Capital LLC 130. West Innovative Barista Ltd. 131. West Realm Shires Financial Services Inc. 132. West Realm Shires Services Inc. 133. Western Concord Enterprises Ltd. 134. Zubr Exchange Ltd
***Bitcoin BTC dies by it's own hand by 2044*** Why? Because Halvings of the inflationary coinbase mining reward every four years halve the miners' current $65/tx@3tps fee subsidy income. Traditionally, Bitcoin BTC supporters have suggested that price doublings will compensate. But if this were hypothetically to happen, Bitcoin's marketcap would therefore exceed gold's current marketcap by 2044 (by 3 times). But once Bitcoin exceeds gold's marketcap, it can no longer double again in value in the following four years. Because there's no further source of outside funds to invest new money in the following four years equivalent to its then-greater-than-gold marketcap. It can't be all the gold holders at that point - they wouldn't be wealthy enough. So from that point onwards, Halvings halve coinbase mining rewards every four years, without their individual value rising. So miners drop out, and security falls inexorably. Bitcoin BTC ultimately dies. Fees can't replace the current $65/tx@3tps coinbase mining reward subsidy. Because Bitcoin is already running at 3tps, with a maximum 7tps settlement capacity. Many fewer people would use Bitcoin if it had $65 fees. Many fewer people would consider opening and closing a Lightning Network channel with $65 fees. So far more likely is that fees would need to be an average $650/tx at 0.3tps. Peaking at over $1000/tx to get first block confirmation. This would result in a fee spiral with the last Bitcoin holders desperately trying to get out with $10,000/tx fees as it collapses at 0.03tps. Cheaper energy in future doesn't change this. Cheaper energy simply results in more miners calculating more hashes. As could any potential attacker. Cheaper electricity doesn't affect the Game Theory at all. Fiat inflation doesn't change this. The miners need to be paid real value to pay for real electricity for real security. Any hypothetical future success of Lightning Network would actually make the problem worse, not better, because it retains fees in L2, so they don't reach the miners on L1. The only way to avoid this doom is for Bitcoin to continue to subsidise fees with inflation. The only way to avoid this doom is for Bitcoin to add a permanent ~1% tail emission. Which gives it a nominal infinite Maximum Supply. Naturally Bitcoin supporters are in no way yet ready to accept this option. Change my mind. Not with insult. Not with derision. Not by downvoting in the hope that hiding this comment makes it untrue. Change it with a well constructed logical argument. Identify the error in my constructed theory. Quote that line. Explain why it's incorrect. Don't just handwave. Change my mind. ***Bitcoin BT dies by it's own hand by 2044***
It’s part of an ISO 4217 standard > When it comes to assets that aren’t connected to a country, and commodities such as gold and silver, ISO uses the letter X. In the case of gold and silver, X is followed by the official symbol for their chemical element. So the symbol for gold, for instance, is XAU — X followed by AU, which is the chemical symbol for gold. Bitcoin, of course, isn’t a chemical. So ISO followed the letter X with the first two letters of the currency: BT. You could have googled it tbh
You can use a Dremel grinder to destroy the chips, which allows the phone to connect: GSM, WiFi and Bluetooth. Sometimes WiFi & BT are integrated into one chip. Be careful though, you can destroy your phone that way. But I can confirm, that it does work.
Airplane mode in modern implementations just disables the cell radio, WiFi and BT remain active at least in iOS. Regardless, I kind of agree with your post - personally I opt out for a software wallet but don’t want to have it on my daily phone to avoid a “wrench attack” so I just use an old device stored away at home.
Just 30% that’s baby numbers. Luna done most of unrecoverable damage and to make matter worse BT is still struggling to reach 50% it ATH. Only saving grace is a few alt coins are cheap and can buy with hope of recovering in 5 years time.
I think we are in a race against the clock right now. I confess that I lean bullish all the time, but I am hoping and praying we have another week or two before the BT rocket starts taking off. We are moving some funds around and it's taking longer than we wanted so hoping we don't miss the window to buy under 30K. Going all in asap. That's my advice, for what it's worth.
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I own a Ledger Nano X and it does what it is supposed to do, it is sturdy, has a nice OLED display on it, but I would like it to be a bit more intuitive. It loses the BT connection to my phone quite often and it take a lot of effort to get the connection working again
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I hear this all the time at work, customers saying they've been hacked... Then eventually they add BT or Amazon etc called them and had them doing all sorts on their computer or online banking. Yeah cause BT or Amazon would need you log into online banking. Just like a website wouldn't want your seed phrase. Still feel sorry for OP though these scammers are ruthless and prey on the vulnerable and panic people into things 99% of the time they normally would have sense not to do.
> This argument is like claiming BitTorrent isn’t peer to peer because your peers are technically intermediaries for discovery of other peers. Unlike Bittorrent, the use of P2P in crypto has a dual meaning: 1. It can refer to the p2p nature of the broadcast network 2. It can refer to the person-to-person nature of the cashlike, non-intermediated payment paradigm It's the latter meaning that most crypto people mean when they use the term "p2p." I agree it can be confusing unless you understand the context. > routing LN isn’t the same as a centralized intermediary You have that backward. Routing LN is not the same as BitTorrent: in BitTorrent your data is not "locked" in a channel with an exclusive counterparty. That's why the analogy between LN and BT is a bad one. In LN your funds are literally routed by permission of the single intermediary with whom you have formed a contract for the movement of those funds. The funds in a channel move only if the counterparty agrees. From the point of view of a Bitcoin in a Lightning channel, the channel is 100% centralized around that counterparty. > If there were 9000 different credit card intermediaries and none of them censored your payments or required KYC This line of argument (and that of the other guy) is that LN is fundamentally different from banking simply because regulators have not decided to regulate it. Yet. Topologically, funds are routed, as in banking. The funds are locked in an exclusive channel with a counterparty, like a bank. Those funds move within the LN if and only if the counterparty agrees, like a bank.
I completely understand what you mean. The amount content is overwhelming these days. Best to just start with some of the oldies. Start with the bitcoin guru, Andreas M. Antonopoulos. Teaching us since 2013. Here's a few of my favorites https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BT8FXQN-9-A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXIaILHl7Rg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUNGFZDO8mM Here are some playlists I recommend. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPQwGV1aLnTvCuQXCZ3RBvdlCnqstTirl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1si5ZWLgy0&list=PLPQwGV1aLnTu0KFDbHk4AUiiyce0xLX7p https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPQwGV1aLnTvckLyD3vGEuDHSFRzPt4kP I can also recommend Saifedean Ammous, author of the Bitcoin Standard: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zbm772vF-5M I personally also really enjoyed reading some of Satoshi Nakamoto's first emails: https://satoshi.nakamotoinstitute.org/emails/ Here's a great technical explanation by 3blue1brown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBC-nXj3Ng4 The rabbit hole is deep. Enjoy.
Yes it is the BT one with a battery (I believe the other Ledger wallet only works when plugged in). I do not feel more at ease though lol in fact the opposite. I feel much more worried that I am not adequately prepared for self custody. But I am working on it :)
Now you really have me confused. You can download direct from GitHub and it’s currently using a non commercial license. You have full access to the code and you’re free to help update/fix/etc. How much more “open” do you want it? The entire premise of it is built around an easy to add, scaleable, architecture. If you’ve ever done any coding for systems like this you understand that this architecture just allows you to easily fit different software packages together so they work seamlessly. Meaning: if Bitcoin Core has a major issue and Umbrel is using the latest version of BT-core it’s not Umbrel’s fault that BT-core has issues. I’d welcome anyone to try it who wants any easily setup system while not requiring you to do a bunch of setup yourself. Anyone who wants to take the next step can easily help out with bug fixes or add capabilities!
I also have a Nano X but lately I've been having problems connecting it with my phone thought BT. Ledger Live keeps on telling me to unlock the device (while it is already unlocked) and after locking and unlocking it again I always get a connection error. Sound familiair? (Connecting via USB to PC works like a charm though)
It's probably in part because these outfits have to put out money to investors and with BT dropping 50% in value, they have to sell more to pay back any investments. Even for your casual private BT miner, you got bills to pay, so you have to sell more of the BTC you generated to cover the same costs.
It's pretty hard to outdo 5000 years of successful market exposure. Why did they make the popular image of BT a "Gold Coin"? Because they wanted to tap into gold's success that's why. Stocks come and go, Empires come and go, Fiat currencies come and go by their thousands but one thing remains. Love Gold or hate it, Gold doesn't care one whit, it's here to stay.
>Nothing but a sea of randoms who are flooding in to say that the biggest holders of Bitcoin are wrong El Salvador's Finance Minister Alejandro Zelaya didn't pay for the Bitcoin, the taxpayers there did. He has no personal stake in the matter and will no doubt retire wealthy regardless of what happens. It's not every treasury department on the planet has huge BT holding is it, just one collapsing third world nation. A nation that has proved itself to be fiscally INCOMPETENT! This is what I don't like about rabid Bitcoin investors, when the price corrects they come up with all these silly justifications as to why it's a solid investment. Just stick to the fundamentals TTC, Fear and Greed, Fear and Greed.
Yeah it probably is for the best. He's the microstrategy guy. They bought billions in BTÇ bet it all on red and shilled the hell out of bitcoin at it's all time high. Now all the people who listened to him back then are down 70%
No. This is simply wrong. They should not have a BTC to cover it. Not a single financial institution does. Not banks, not other lenders, heck not even the US FED. They take your money and invest it, put it into different assets. They do not keep your 1 BTC as 1BTC. They gamble with it. They might keep (random number) 20% of it liquid in BTC to cover people cashing out but they don't have that 1BT at hand. So far that means that there is still a chance the money is recoverable. There is a chance. That's all there is to it. It's possible.
It is very useful. Based on it you can freak out or be hopeful (it shows BT going down to 10k before going up, a further 50% drop from today). You can do the same without it, but you wouldn’t be able to explain why you are freaking out or being hopeful.
Mine is with BT. So the UK's internet infrastructure is paying my pension. Unless BT folds.... This is because a few years back BT was owned by her majesties finest. My pension is backed by the same guarantee that civil servants get. .....and you are correct, that kind of pension is not sustainable, which is why you haven't been able to get one for quite a few years. But I have no doubt that mine will continue to be paid, either by BT or HMG.
Its not that important. Its a data standard and a naming convention. It would be possible to add layers to most crypto to work with it and change the three letter identifiers to suit, e.g. BTC non compliant because BT is Bhutan country code.
I don't see how that's the only cause when companies like Shell and BT announce 3x their normal profits. They've increased their prices way above any inflation, which leads to businesses to have to follow suit, which leads to more inflation.
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\+1, me too. BTFD always. 35k seems to be the bottom, its been stuck around 40k support for a while, having a hard time probe up to 45, dood above was right, "In short, it will follow the NYSE until the game of musical debt chairs stops, then you will see true market detachment of Gold & BT Buy ALL the DIPS
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It's digital, electronic. It goes through the same financial systems as a bank. And banks are regulated a well as the systems. BT is going to stabilize but remain a commodity trade. USD coin will get the push and maybe in a few years or a decade there will be a push to turn all your assets into digital cash. Like Like they told people to turn in their gold and silver for pennies a hundred years ago
>Wow what a great idea! I'm not sure if something like this exists or not but it would be pretty cool if it did. In my mind the wallet would have to work something as follows: > >Both the TX and RX wallets would have to be completely open source.you would have to trust the other party (which seemingly goes against the whole bitcoin ethos but this would be understood)the TX wallet creates the transfer with an offline transaction to the recipient address. > >4)A copy this signed (standardized offline) transaction is also shared with the recipient via BT or NFC etc so whichever party hits the main net fist can transmit and synch to the blockchain. > >5) A signed bitcoin message from the sender is also shared with the recipient showing how much BTC was sent to which address at what time and date and by whom. > >This whole thing only works if there is 100% trust between the parties an nobody can see the blockchain to know if the transmitting address has the BTC associated with it as it doesn't see the blockchain. Although this may possibly be overcome if someone has access to a blockstream satellite terminal. > >The other risk is that even if you do, if there is an extended offline chain of trust then anyone in that chain can cheat and the whole thing collapses. Anyway it's an interesting idea but a very risky one and if anything like this exists then it would only be possible with people you trust 100%. Yes, you understand correctly. I live in Ukraine. Russian fascists are occupying our country. They can implement the Russian system of money - control, fines, money marks the territory of the state. How to fight? Payments in bitcoin, given the temporary absence of the Internet - this is the solution. Such features are very useful for using bitcoin in wartime
Wow what a great idea! I'm not sure if something like this exists or not but it would be pretty cool if it did. In my mind the wallet would have to work something as follows: 1) Both the TX and RX wallets would have to be completely open source. 2) you would have to trust the other party (which seemingly goes against the whole bitcoin ethos but this would be understood) 3) the TX wallet creates the transfer with an offline transaction to the recipient address. 4)A copy this signed (standardized offline) transaction is also shared with the recipient via BT or NFC etc so whichever party hits the main net fist can transmit and synch to the blockchain. 5) A signed bitcoin message from the sender is also shared with the recipient showing how much BTC was sent to which address at what time and date and by whom. This whole thing only works if there is 100% trust between the parties an nobody can see the blockchain to know if the transmitting address has the BTC associated with it as it doesn't see the blockchain. Although this may possibly be overcome if someone has access to a blockstream satellite terminal. The other risk is that even if you do, if there is an extended offline chain of trust then anyone in that chain can cheat and the whole thing collapses. Anyway it's an interesting idea but a very risky one and if anything like this exists then it would only be possible with people you trust 100%.
So first off - #4, #6 and #8 are the same thing. Those 3 are only relevant in **gaming**. Unless you want to say collectibles is more an **art** thing, then #1 and #6 are the same. Access and Redeemable are also reducible to the same thing. Art and Music, ditto. Let's simplify the list then: 1. Art/Music 2. Access/Coupon 3. Gaming 4. Identity NFTs are the wrong way to go about "identity", full stop. When we speak of identity, we are talking not just of your avatar or whatever. Identity needs to be solved at a lower "layer", if you will. Personal details are like the TCP/IP stack's 5th "Application" layer. Identity is closer to "Protocol" or "Network" layer - identity is a set of tools to communicate securely and prove who you are, sign/verify/encrypt/decrypt/protect data and so on. When it comes to gaming, NFTs would only be meaningful in a decentralized game (why I combined digital real estate and collectibles). If it's centralized, this is literally just using buzzwords for hype's sake, like the ICO boom years ago. If it is closed and centralized, you have no guarantee of uniqueness, and even if you do more items/whatever can be created for free on the server-side (aka the **supply**) rendering the scarcity of NFTs (you know, the NF part) moot. Access to events, coupons, etc are also not good use cases. You can redeem crypto today without going through the process of ~~scamming~~ minting NFTs. I mean, that's obvious. Tickets and access, the only case I can think of is you "mint" e.g. 100 tickets, each unique, then when someone purchases them they get an NFT representing the purchase. But this fails in practice. Using a ticket I would want to maybe scan a QR, or use NFC/BT/etc. However NFTs are not unique, their *ownership* is. All of us have access to that QR code. So you can't just scan it, because any of us could show it too. You need additional proof that you are the owner. So why bother with the middleman if in the end you have to do that? Hell, you can use BTC script to accomplish that. Art/music is laughable and I won't go further into. Real haute couture art is valuable because it's in my house and **not** in yours, not because I'm listed on some website that nobody gives a shit about as the owner. If we can get real NFT use cases that will be fantastic. However, at the moment it seems to be a hype train that has little prospects and a lot of grifters attached. Yes some may have said similar in the past about BTC, but BTC's economic mission was always clear and still is. Bitcoin was created as the solution to a problem. NFTs were devised as a technology in search of a problem to solve.
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tldr; Gala Games has launched the world’s first NFT series of fully generative and reactive audio and visual art, The Orbs, created by the composer and musical technologist BT. Only 3,333 Orbs NFTs were created to evolve forever without looping or repeating, but an open edition of 2445 pieces – video files with beginnings and endings – is also available through the Gala Games platform. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
He is a popular figurehead to many. Him speaking on behalf of BTC will get lots more people in the Center and Right of the political spectrum investing in BTC. This means adoption will quicken and we can all agree that the faster BTC is adopted the better. You might not like him but he is not arguing against you here so it's probably best to leave criticism of him out of the general discussion. All that will do is create resentment from his supporters and decrease BT adoption rates. In other words try to be a bit more bipartisan.