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SafeCoin Cryptocurrency

SafeCoin is a proposed solution that is based on a well established and time tested Bitcoin algorithm and extends it to address issues of security and deflation.
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World’s most secure wallet With over 20 million wallets, $120B transacted, and the lowest fees in the industry, it’s no wonder we’re the most popular cryptocurrency wallet.
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Bit coin is a peer to peer transaction system created last year that uses trades to be, conducted by a digital money, the bit coin. Unlike monies given by states, Bit Coin is completely electronic and is separate of any state or market, without ties to some monetary authority, corporation, or business.
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Would it bee safe if I bought bitcoin with my ID on coinbase as an example, then use it to buy xmr coins with monero then whatever online without the original bitcoin coming back to me?

I assume I'd be okay because of moneros mixing property's but don't wanna make a mistake so I thought I'd ask thanks
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Storing your coins safely while not risking loss of keys (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Is there a safe way to buy bitcoin with amazon gift card balance? I was thinking Coin Cola or Paxful but don’t want to get scammed. Thanks in advance! (This is not a solicitation no messages please you will be blocked) (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Are our Coins safe, if the US bans bitcoin?

Watched a interesting video of the German Krypto Magazin today. Topic was that Bitcoin could be banned by some governments. Are our Coins safe with celsius? What do you think? Is it better to withdraw all?
https://youtu.be/Mh0WS7vETv8
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Coinbase is pissing me off. How do I withdraw my coins safely? How do bitcoins wallets work?

They’re giving out information on thousands of users to the Fed. I know tax evasion is illegal; I don’t plan on evading my capital gains taxes. But the whole point of digital currencies is gaining back your privacy in cyberspace. There doesn’t need to be a digital record of every goddamned thing I do with my money with my full name written all over it and with time stamps that some company or government entity can exploit whenever they feel like it.
How do I withdraw my bitcoin into my own wallet for safe keeping? What is the best way to store my bitcoin outside of an exchange? I need help to avoid scams and unnecessary risk. I have no idea how to bitcoin outside of Coinbase.
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Bitcoin enthusiasts tout the possibility of the coin acting as a safe-haven during times of significant economic turmoil. However, economic fallout from the Covid-19 outbreak is a problem for Bitcoin, too, if data from the stocks rout two weeks ago is anything to go by.

Bitcoin enthusiasts tout the possibility of the coin acting as a safe-haven during times of significant economic turmoil. However, economic fallout from the Covid-19 outbreak is a problem for Bitcoin, too, if data from the stocks rout two weeks ago is anything to go by. submitted by Kipyegonn to Crypto_Currency_News [link] [comments]

Bitcoin enthusiasts tout the possibility of the coin acting as a safe-haven during times of significant economic turmoil. However, economic fallout from the Covid-19 outbreak is a problem for Bitcoin, too, if data from the stocks rout two weeks ago is anything to go by.

Bitcoin enthusiasts tout the possibility of the coin acting as a safe-haven during times of significant economic turmoil. However, economic fallout from the Covid-19 outbreak is a problem for Bitcoin, too, if data from the stocks rout two weeks ago is anything to go by. submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Coinbase to buy bitcoins asks slot of personal info is this safe? And why do they make me wait a week until I can use the coins??

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NEO, to me, has overtaken Bitcoin and Etherium as my "safe" coin to hold. Here's why.

I've been doing this for a couple weeks now with NEO. I'm really starting to notice just how stable NEO has become. And I now prefer to use it as my "safe" coin over Etherium and Bitcoin. Especially now that new ICO's are lining up to use the blockchain.
EDIT: YES I MISSPELLED ETHEREUM. SORRY!
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You probably think that storing your Bitcoin on an exchange is safe because exchanges have insurance - they have not! They only have insurance for about 1-2% of their funds. -> In case of a "hack", you will lose ALL of your coins.

NYKNYB
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11-06 20:34 - 'CRPT Coin. TOP ICO in 2017 Has 4 Legal licenses to store BIT-COIN any where Global. They comply with all Rules and regulation. Your BTC is safe with them. Backed by BIT-GO insurance. IRS Can back-lists BTC Keys do not forget t...' by /u/CRPT-Coin removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-10min

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Update! In response to the Nov 15 fork, we've implemented a coin-splitting solution that allows us to safely resume BCH services on web, with BCH representing Bitcoin Cash ABC. We will be begin rolling out Android and iOS today as well.

Update! In response to the Nov 15 fork, we've implemented a coin-splitting solution that allows us to safely resume BCH services on web, with BCH representing Bitcoin Cash ABC. We will be begin rolling out Android and iOS today as well. submitted by money78 to btc [link] [comments]

Coinbase Crypto trading platform- Simple $10 Referral Bonus! (buy $100 worth of crypto, including guaranteed safe "stable coins", get $10 in free bitcoin!)

Hi everyone,
So Coinbase is offering a $10 bonus for people who sign up for a Coinbase Crypto trading account account using someone's referral code, and buy $100 worth of crypto currency within 180 days.

So all you have to do is-
Open a Coinbase trading account.
Buy $100 worth of ANY crypto currency (Including riskier crypto currencies like Bitcoin, or completely safe crypto currencies like USD Coin)
Get the $10 worth of bitcoin immediately after the bonus clears (takes up to 4 business days).

If you are worried about the volatility of bitcoin potentially taking a bite out of your $100 investment, I'd recommend you buy "USD Coin" on Coinbase instead- its a "stable coin" which is guaranteed to always have equal value with US dollars, meaning you cannot lose money on it!
I would be very grateful if you guys used my referral link.
coinbase.com/join/ruiu_z
Thanks a bunch!
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Reposting my guide to safely redeem BTG (Bitcoin Gold) in light of the recent scam news. I don't trust BTG at all but you might as well get your free coins to sell for Bitcoin

When I went to redeem my free Bitcoin Gold (BTG) I noticed that there is a complete lack of information on how to do this safely – even the Bitcoin Gold website doesn’t have clear instructions. Below I am going to detail a safe process to redeem your free coins.
Bitcoin Gold was a fork of the Bitcoin Blockchain that occurred in October at Block 491407. Anyone who held Bitcoin in a wallet at that time received a corresponding amount of Bitcoin Gold. Please note that you need access to the private keys of the wallet to access your Bitcoin Gold. If you held your bitcoin on an exchange or web wallet that doesn’t give you access to your private keys you must wait for the exchange/site to give you the Bitcoin Gold (If they choose to do so. They have no obligation to if they don’t want to – another reason that you should always store your Bitcoin in a wallet that you control). To check if you have Bitcoin Gold you can enter the address of your wallet here: https://bitcoingold.org
If you wish to sell or transfer your Bitcoin Gold you first have to split it from your regular Bitcoin wallet. This is the safest way to do so:
Send all of the Bitcoin in your wallet to a new address/wallet. Since you will be exporting the private keys to your Bitcoin wallet it is safest to move your real Bitcoin out of the wallet first so there is no risk to that.
Once the Bitcoin is moved, export the private key of your old wallet (now empty of Bitcoin but still has access to the Bitcoin gold based on the Bitcoin balance that was in the wallet at the time of the October fork). For details on how do this all you have to do is Google for the name of your wallet and “export private keys”. Be careful to never enter your private keys in any website or online service.
The easiest method to import the private key into a Bitcoin Gold wallet is with an Android wallet called Coinomi: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.coinomi.wallet Download the wallet (If you don’t have an Android phone or tablet you can run Android on your computer using Andy which can be downloaded at: https://www.andyroid.net
Once the wallet is downloaded open it up and create a new Bitcoin Gold wallet. Once in your new wallet click on the three vertical dots menu in the top right and choose sweep wallet.
Put your private key in the field provided and it will let you know how much Bitcoin Gold is contained in that address. Confirm you want to import that value.
Your Bitcoin Gold is now in your wallet. You can hold it there, send it to someone else or send it to an exchange to sell it. I choose to sell mine at HitBTC as it was the only exchange accepting BTG deposits.
Optional if you want to send your BTG to an exchange to trade or sell: You can sign up for HitBTC here: https://hitbtc.com/?ref_id=5a0dab3a06dd8 (Please note this is an affiliate link that will give me a small bonus if you use it to signup. If you enjoyed this guide and it helped you out please consider using my link to reward me for my efforts).
Once you have an account go to Deposit and generate an address for Bitcoin Gold and paste that address in the Coinomi Android wallet to send your Bitcoin Gold to the exchange. Sell it for Bitcoin or try to day trade with it. It is essentially “free money” if you already held Bitcoin on the day of the fork!
Hope this info will help someone who is confused on how to claim their BTG! If this has helped you please share this in forums, social media, or with anyone you think it could benefit. If you want to donate a bit of your free BTG to me: GUTf3omss65B5CdxyDqm1ZjrczPoS3YveH
Feel free to ask questions if any part of this process is confusing!
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[Bitcoin OpSec - Keep your coins safe] Detailed breakdown of sophisticated scam

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Both the hardware wallets are quite safe to use and have their advantages, but as mentioned, there are limitations as well.
Trezor supports 1000+ coins and tokens, while Ledger Nano S supports 1100+ coins and tokens. This makes Ledger advantageous over Trezor.
Also, while Trezor One is quite simple, it doesn't support Ripple which is quite popular. On the other hand, Trezor T does support Ripple but has a complex UI and is quite difficult to use for many people. Ledger Nano S is user-friendly and supports Ripple as well as many lesser-known coins and tokens as well.
Another feature to add is the price. Before it would've been an advantage for Trezor as it costs $78 and Ledger used to cost a hundred bucks. But now Ledger Nano S costs just $59, even cheaper than Trezor.
Many critics who have compared both the [hardware wallets]1 couldn't find a potential disadvantage for Ledger Nano S, and that's saying something.
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What is the best bit coin wallet app? I don't need to buy it I redeem it from a site. Is giving them my bitcoin email safe? Yes right? And if I plan on selling it can I do it through the app coinomi or should I use coinbase or something else? And is it a good idea to get a hardware wallet? Thanks.

I'm about to get my first 5$ tonight
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Safe to leave my bitcoin (and other coins) on exchange?

I know I can’t be certain that my money is safe on the big name exchanges but should I be worried ? Like if I plan to hold long term..... I feel even more scared to hold it in a physical ledger in case I lose the physical hardware. Not sure what to do. Appreciate advice!
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I am new to the Crypto world and just bought my first bit of Bitcoin. Since I don't know much about how to keep my coins safe myself, am I better off keeping them in Coinbase (as compared to moving them to a paper wallet or some other wallet)?

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