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Reminder:The main characteristic that made bitcoin (btc) blows up in the first place is being used as permissionless payment system. This is what created global demand for it...to USE it as global P2P cash to pay for stuff & services. Bitcoin has always meant to be a medium of exchange.

Reminder:The main characteristic that made bitcoin (btc) blows up in the first place is being used as permissionless payment system. This is what created global demand for it...to USE it as global P2P cash to pay for stuff & services. Bitcoin has always meant to be a medium of exchange. submitted by ojjordan78 to btc [link] [comments]

What's the worst thing that can be done to a would-be scammer/blackmailer if all you really have is the bitcoin wallet address they provided for payment?

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OKEx CEO: "I think DCEP can be a game-changer in the finance, blockchain, and crypto spaces. Unlike Bitcoin or Libra and USDT, DCEP is 100% state-backed by the government’s reserve fund. What’s more, from a legal perspective, DCEP is a legal tender, so merchants cannot refuse payment in DCEP."

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When we say "Bitcoin is the payment system of the future", what do we mean?

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Steve Patterson: "Awesome tech on Bitcoin Cash: trivially easy dividend payments! When I wrote "What's the Big Deal About Bitcoin?", I envisioned stocks being issued on the blockchain, and this is the tech that can do it. Once legal issues are solved, this is the future."

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"What do buttcoiners and btc'ers have in common? they believe bitcoin is useless as a payments network"

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Pedophile network busted after police track bitcoin payments (because what else is cryptocurrency intended for?)

Pedophile network busted after police track bitcoin payments (because what else is cryptocurrency intended for?) submitted by devoutcentipede to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

On paper Litecoin works better than bitcoin as a payment network - Here's what is missing

On paper Litecoin works better than bitcoin as a payment network - Here's what is missing submitted by bytetree to litecoin [link] [comments]

Samson Mow: "What need? Digital payments are easy and options are abundant. Feel free to use credit cards, PayPal, Venmo, Alipay, WeChat Pay, Interac, KakaoPay, etc. #Bitcoin is the foundation of a new global financial system - don’t mistake it for a simple payments provider."

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What is the incentive of companies accepting Bitcoin as payment?

I’ve seen plenty of headline news saying Whole Foods, AT&T and other big companies are “accepting Bitcoin as payment” when in reality, they accept the Bitcoin through a third party and then the third party converts it to cash for the company. So what’s the point? To me, this news means very little as companies would have extreme currency risk on their balance sheets/income statements if they did keep the actual Bitcoin.
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Bitcoin Superstore is now accepting payments with Nano! You can now buy from nearly any online retailer, worldwide, with Nano! What does the community think of our addition?

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Bitpay - What is this Bitcoin payment processor and what does it offer?

Bitpay - What is this Bitcoin payment processor and what does it offer? submitted by Crypto-Economy to cryptoeconomynet [link] [comments]

What you can purchase with #Bitcoin! Shopping with Bitcoin has wide similarity to regular #onlinepurchases. As you go to the payment page after selecting your favorite product, you will pay with entering your bank card information. In the alternative way, Bitcoin is in charge for you .

What you can purchase with #Bitcoin! Shopping with Bitcoin has wide similarity to regular #onlinepurchases. As you go to the payment page after selecting your favorite product, you will pay with entering your bank card information. In the alternative way, Bitcoin is in charge for you . submitted by Quantvan to u/Quantvan [link] [comments]

What Is Lightning Network? This functionality provides crypto enthusiasts with instant payments possible across a huge network of users. It makes it possible to make transactions of high speed. #SAM #bankdex #exchange #bankex #bitcoin #ethereum #BTC #decentralized #cross_chain #crypto #crypto

What Is Lightning Network? This functionality provides crypto enthusiasts with instant payments possible across a huge network of users. It makes it possible to make transactions of high speed. #SAM #bankdex #exchange #bankex #bitcoin #ethereum #BTC #decentralized #cross_chain #crypto #crypto submitted by cryptoiphy to BankdexICO [link] [comments]

What is Best PLUGIN to accept Bitcoin Cash payments in a WordPress site?

I would like some thoughts / feedback, also discussion in regards to accepting online payments. I am getting increasingly frustrated that not only can I hardly buy anything with BCH - I can't sell anything via the standard sites with BCH.
Go to the WP Plugins site and there is literally almost NOTHING on there in regards to plugins for Bitcoin acceptance. WP powers an estimated 30% of global websites - and there isn't a decent payment plugin! And look at hte installation numbers - almost non-existent.
What gives?
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What ended up happening to this? 'Google Confirms their payments team is working to incorporate Bitcoin'

What ended up happening to this? 'Google Confirms their payments team is working to incorporate Bitcoin' submitted by ZiFrenZie to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Steve Patterson: "Awesome tech on Bitcoin Cash: trivially easy dividend payments! When I wrote "What's the Big Deal About Bitcoin?", I envisioned stocks being issued on the blockchain, and this is the tech that can do it. Once legal issues are solved, this is the future."

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Now that BitPay has publicly stated that it won't support Bitcoin after the SegWit2x hardfork, what is a good alternative for a Bitcoin payment provider?

I'm looking for a good alternative that allows easy integration into excisting business/website while providing a fair market rate as well as decent volume.
edit: I'm refering to today's statement by Bitpay: https://blog.bitpay.com/segwit2x-and-bitpay/
edit2: So far Coinbase and BTCPay were suggested. Coinbase follows the same strategy as and is therefore not a good alternative, https://blog.coinbase.com/clarification-on-the-upcoming-segwit2x-fork-d3c0f545c3e0 BTCPay doesn't support automated conversion into FIAT. More suggestions are welcome! :)
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Auto Post from litecoin: On paper Litecoin works better than bitcoin as a payment network - Here's what is missing

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Top 3 posts on /r/bitcoin is currently related to payments and BTC. What happened to "digital gold"?

https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/8nt1ha/ill_say_no_more/
https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/8nr0sl/adoption_of_bitcoin_in_atrium_mall_karachi/
https://www.reddit.com/Bitcoin/comments/8nulvl/not_a_great_day_for_fiat/
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What is the best payment method on paxful when selling bitcoin? What is easiest and has a good profit for the seller

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Joey Wong: “I actually dont like the reliance on corps at the moment, and what you said was why i was a core supporter for a long time. I support Bitcoin Cash because Im a merchant. I need to take payments now. There is no justifiable reason why core needs to stay on 1mb.”

Joey Wong: “I actually dont like the reliance on corps at the moment, and what you said was why i was a core supporter for a long time. I support Bitcoin Cash because Im a merchant. I need to take payments now. There is no justifiable reason why core needs to stay on 1mb.” submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Best Bitcoin Payment Gateway Live Payment Proof Free Mining  How to Earn Bitcoin  1 BTC  Earn Bitcoin without Investment What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin Explained Simply for Dummies Earning. 95$ payment bitcoin❤❤ Who Accepts Bitcoin as Payment? [UPDATED]

Resource: Gavin Andresen’s Payment Request Generator generates custom example URIs and payment requests for use with testnet. PaymentRequest & PaymentDetails ¶ The PaymentRequest is created with data structures built using Google’s Protocol Buffers . You can get Bitcoin by accepting it as a payment for goods and services. There are also several ways you can buy Bitcoin. Buy Bitcoin. Spend Bitcoin. There are a growing number of services and merchants accepting Bitcoin all over the world. Use Bitcoin to pay them and rate your experience to help them gain more visibility. Start accepting bitcoin today. Or spend & store bitcoin with the BitPay Card and Wallet. Bitcoin is infamous for being the payment preference of people offering illegal services. While bitcoin can be used for illegal services, it’s still a legitimate way to take payments. Because of its anonymity, bitcoins have wrongly gotten a reputation for being “illegal” or “shady,” which most businesses want to avoid. Bitcoin Core 0.9 supports the new payment protocol. The payment protocol adds many important features to payment requests: Supports X.509 certificates and SSL encryption to verify receivers’ identity and help prevent man-in-the-middle attacks. Provides more detail about the requested payment to spenders.

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