How to Bitcoin #5 – Ways to Make Money with Bitcoin

NEW ZEALAND – Guest Writer –The fifth in the series of “How to Bitcoin” articles introducing you to Bitcoin and what you can do with the cryptocurrency.  Here is an overview of how to make money with BTC.   Buying and Selling A way to make money is to buy BTC/alt-coins at a low value and to sell at a higher value on an Exchange. Selling BTC as mentioned above can be done in any currency. Most large Exchanges allow users to trade back to US dollars. Another method would…

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How to Bitcoin #3 – Bitcoin Trading

NEW ZEALAND – Guest Writer –The third in the series of “How to Bitcoin” articles introducing you to Bitcoin and what you can do with the cryptocurrency.  Here is an overview of the buying and selling aspect of Bitcoin, trading.     BTC can be traded on Exchanges (online companies regulated/non-regulated and are located all over the world) to buy other alt-coins. Exchanges may also trade commodities and currencies. Some large BTC Exchanges that mostly trade against the US dollar are Bitstamp, Coinbase, and Bitfinex. Click here to view the…

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Forbes Journalist Predicts Bitcoin Crash below $ 1000!

In a recent article Chuck Jones, a Forbes contributor, cited his reasons why Bitcoin could fall to below $ 1000.     Here are the reasons listed in the article:   Regulation could have the biggest impact South Korea Japan China U.S. regulation There is no “value” to it Volatility can create nervousness A shakeout is coming ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) Hacking theft of CCs FOMO or Fear of missing out Bitcoin mining scams Becomes too associated with criminals and rogue states Third parties changing their minds Bitcoin & Blockchain…

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Forget Korea… Bitcoin Rocks in Japan – Literally

Korea has been in the news lately for regulation or banning Bitcoin but meanwhile in Japan… Each of the eight girls represents one of the larger digital monetary formats. Yes, you’re supposed to cheer for bitcoin… or swoon over Ethereum (what, no Litecoin?). The group played its first concert on January 12th, and naturally, you had to pay in cryptocurrency to be one of the few members of the general public to get in.     Full Story – Click Here     The group’s first single, “The Moon and…

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Why Bitcoin is not for you

Bitcoin or cryptocurrency is certainly not for everyone and might not be for you if:     You believe in the system and trust banks: Some people cannot help themselves and have to believe that we can trust in the system or do not want the responsibility being in control of their own money. That way, if something goes wrong, you can blame someone else…   Fact is the system is broken and governments worldwide are running huge deficits.  The problems of the 2008 financial crisis have still not been resolved. …

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Hillstone Capital Now Accepting Bitcoin

Seattle Area real estate investing firm among first to begin accepting cryptocurrency.  BELLEVUE, Wash., Jan. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/  Have you ever wondered how a cryptocurrency that only exists in your computer can be turned into something tangible like real estate? Enter Hillstone Capital. Hillstone has gone bitcrazy in true Pizza Day fashion. The Bellevue, WA private firm is now giving investors the option of using Bitcoin for all investing opportunities.     Blake Robbins, founder of Hillstone Capital, has always worked to make Hillstone stand out among the most innovative investing firms. “When a client…

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Bitcoin Mining Can Power Neuroscience, Says Matrix Chief AI Scientist

SEOUL, South Korea, Jan. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ At this year’s BlockShow Asia, Yangdong Deng, chief AI scientist of Blockchain startup Matrix, explained how inserting Artificial Intelligence (AI) into the Blockchain ecosystem would make it possible to use Bitcoin mining computational power for scientific innovation.   According to Deng, the current computing power being used in Bitcoin mining operations is 8.23×1022 floating point operations per second (FLOPS), while the total computing power in the world is 1.2×1023 FLOPS. According to these calculations, Bitcoin mining is consuming 17 percent of total global…

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Bankers, Investors and Economists on Bitcoin during 2017

2017 has been the year that Bankers, Investors, and Economists have had a lot to say about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general.  Some views are bearish, some are bullish and some confess to not understanding this new market at all and prefer to stay away.     Watch this short video, read their quotes and consider their views.  Decide which direction you will follow.         Read the full article – Click Here     Perhaps the cybercrime during 2017 is concerning to some – 2017 Blockchain and Cryptocurrency…

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2017 Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Hacks, Scams and Attacks

As the total cryptocurrency value continues to rise, so do the hacks, scams, and attacks in our new digital economy.  From false ICO’s, wallet hacks and deliberate scams, approximately $490 million was taken from the unsuspecting. CoinDesk examines the seven biggest cybercrimes involving the blockchain and cryptocurrency.  Watch this short video to learn more.       Read the full article – Click Here      What are your predictions for 2018?   Click on the links below to see what some are predicting. Give a Crypto Gift this year, no…

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Bitcoin Price Crash Predictions for 2018

Most predictions for the Bitcoin price in 2018 is that Bitcoin will continue to rise but there are a few people predicting the Bitcoin bubble will burst in 2018.   Here are some of them:   The Great Bitcoin Crash of 2018 Greg Guenthner of The Daily Reckoning, an investment newsletter service predicts an epic bitcoin crash in the coming months losing at least half of its value. Greg said: “Make no mistake — I don’t think this crash will mark the end of bitcoin. In fact, I think another…

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