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Venezuelans are Farming Runescape Gold to Sell for Bitcoin

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Venezuelans are farming runescape gold to sell for bitcoin

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How to sell Runescape Gold

Always wondered how to turn your OSRS or Rs3 gold in to real money? Here's a quick step by step guide that will help you do so!
  1. Find a reliable gold selling website Selling Runescape gold can be tricky, because there are a lot of places out to get you. People in the forums, discord and facebook are usually looking for people who are selling for the first time in hopes to take advantage of them and take all their gold. This happened to me and this happened to a lot of players. For that reason I choose to sell to reliable websites that have 24/7 staff and good reviews on trustpilot. Websites I like to use are Ezrsgold and Rsgold420.
  2. Decide how much you would like to sell If it is your first time selling i would recommend selling a smaller amount first. The sites I mentioned buy as little as 20M OSRS gold, so you can do a test transaction with 20M and if everything goes smoothly you can choose to sell more
  3. Choose how you would like to get paid Paypal is usually the most popular payment method when selling gold, but you can also receive your money in Crypto currency like Bitcoin or Ethereum and some times you can find even more payment methods to choose from.
  4. Fill an order and meet in game Once you fill an order, contact the customer support agent and you will be given a meeting location in game. Meet the agent there, trade him, confirm in the live support chat that you are trading the right person and accept.
  5. Receive the money! Once the gold has been given, support agent will send you the money via your preferred payment method. You will usually receive money instantly. In some cases, if your paypal account is new, the money may be on hold for 24 hours before it is available to be used. If you have any troubles with the transaction, be sure to contact the customer support and they will help you with every step.
  6. Congratulations, you have successfully made money playing Runescape! Now that you know the process of selling gold you will have the option to cash out some of that Runescape gold for some sweet cash.
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How to Explain the scarcity opportunity in Bitcoin: "Runescape Holiday drops"

Hi all,
A lot of people struggle to explain the scarcity element of Bitcoin and why this has value to your buddies or to the so called No (or Pre) Coiners. I think a very easy way for people to understand is by relating to an old version of the MMORPG Runescape 2007scape, the classic and 2007 editions. As many people of my generation have played this game it can be an easy bridge for the ones that still remember it to Bitcoin. Anyone that played this game will remember so called “Holiday drops” as in the first few years the game existed Jagex (owner of the game) dropped random items such as Christmas crackers, Party hats, Easter eggs, Halloween masks and Santa hats. If you are struggling to explain to No (pre) coiners why Bitcoin has value, simply ask them if they (or perhaps their kids) have played Runescape and if the answer is "Yes" ask them about the value of one of those holiday drops. They will for sure recognize it and you could tell them the scarcity of Bitcoin is very similar in real life (with its hard cap supply at 21m BTC) to that of those drops within the game.
Some background:
In Runescape you had a really simple economic system. Players could collect in game money and items by killing creatures and collecting quests, within the game people could trade with each other basically exchanging goods for coins or for other goods (like in the real world). However, within the game there was high inflation because both coins (Runescape money) and (valuable) items where randomly dropped by dying creatures, so as a result there was a constant new supply of all of those items within the game making the items and money less scarce continuously diluting their value. The longer the game existed the more the monetary system within the game evolved and the more detailed the pricing between all the various in game products became. Most of the pricing was based on how useful the product was (according to the product stats) and the rarity of the product (determined by the drop rate and how difficult it was to kill the creatures that dropped the product). The only products in the game however that were not on a regular basis dropped by creatures were those Holiday drops. These items were randomly dropped once by Jagex and as a result over the years became rare items. Despite the fact that these items were completely useless, they became the most valuable items within the game as they were the only items with no new supply and therefore the most hard asset within the game.
Anyone that ever played the old version of Runescape back in time will know what happened to the value of those holiday drops and as a result, will understand the concept of scarcity and store of value.
For example look at “partyhats” (see explanation in the below pictures), In the 10 years that I played the game (2001-2011) the value of these useless things increased from nothing to over 2 billion Runescape money, just because its scarcity (it was dropped in 2001 and never newly created thereafter), similar for the other above mentioned one time holiday drops. Actually the most valuable item became the un-popped Christmas cracker what produced the party hats. A completely useless item except as store of value, all you could do with it was keep it in the bank or trade it to someone else, you could not even wear it or show off your wealth as you could with the other items. Another similarity between those items and Bitcoin was the impact of Decay; Both for Bitcoin and these holiday drops, the total number is/was decaying over time as for Bitcoin there are people that store there private keys which might get lost and for these holiday items in Runescape people who owned them either quit or had their accounts banned over time diluting the total remaining number in existence.
I think for anyone that every played this game this can convince them of Bitcoins scarcity and very easily explain why bitcoin has a decent chance to be worth much more in the future (millions and millions of people from my generation have played this game). Bitcoin Bitcoin, is the only form of commodity/money that has a hard cap supply and therefore will become the most scarce store of value in history of humanity. As a result, there is a significant probability that Bitcoin, especially once coming closer to the maximum number of coins mined (already at 18m/21m), will show similar price movements as to how the holiday drops prices within Runescape have moved over the years.
Party hats explained:
"Partyhats are obtained by opening Christmas crackers, dropped during the 2001 Christmas event. There are six different coloured partyhats, all with the same shape and size (red, yellow, green, blue, purple, and white). When worn by a player they resemble a crown. Because they are discontinued, they are very rare, much sought after and worth billions of coins, although they don't offer any stat bonuses. These are currently the most valuable objects in RuneScape. Partyhats are used to hold large sums of cash, because the gold coin limit is 2.147B and these hats are gaining wealth over time. Due to their rarity, these items hold a much higher Street value than their value on the Grand Exchange. In Runescape Classic, the price of partyhats was drastically changed after players abused a glitch by creating many partyhats (see Partyhat duplication glitch for more info.) Due to their high price, they have become recognised as a symbol of wealth in the game by players and non-player characters alike.
Over time, the volume of partyhats has been diminishing. The much smaller number of players when partyhats were released meant that not as many were acquired when available. Also, at the time of the release, partyhats were virtually worthless, meaning many players discarded them immediately. The majority of the few players who held onto them eventually quit RuneScape or were banned, leaving the number of active players with partyhats at a very, very low number.
Surprisingly, partyhats do play a pivotal role in the RuneScape economy. Players will use these items as investments, cash placements, staked items, and collectables. They are used as cash holders for players because of the stability of the item. Majority of partyhats are traded in world 2 around the grand exchange, but collectibles players wishing to buy or sell a partyhat may either have to advertise on the RuneScape forums, leave it in the Grand Exchange, or trade at much lowehigher prices to accommodate the few players that are willing to trade partyhats."

Hope This helped some of you guys explaining Bitcoins scarcity element to your buddies.
~Benjamin
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Keep your eyes on a certain youtube channel who interviews runescape personalities within the next 4 days...

My friend's friend runs a RWT runescape gold selling company, and was allegedly scammed $20,000 USD worth of bitcoins by a runescape gold seller who wanted to sell loads of gold for insanely cheap. And want to know what was the interesting part? It happened the day of the Twisted Bow spawn scandal, he was scammed because the gold he obtained was rollbacked. Details will be uploaded in the interview, and you can probably allude to why this interview will be controversial, (jagex employee inside job).
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Real estate agency in Australia accepting Bitcoin. It's always nice to see how Bitcoin becomes a part of our everyday life.

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New Circle App user Account Locked; Scared

My first time even using the app started using it the first week of may this year. Received 0.409 btc at the time it sold for little under $190 usd Deposited that straight to my bank account shortly after receiving the BTC. Shocked how fast everything worked and was impressed so I used bitcoin again this time got sent 1.34 bitcoins at the time the bitcoin could of been sold for a total of $644. But today 1.34 bitcoin can be sold for $718. Was expecting a deposit in my bank account but instead got an unexpected email saying my account has been locked Don't want my bitcoin being locked away from me for good. I called and replied to the email they sent me but googling this same situation most of you have gotten a reply that they will keep your circle account closed. Can't afford to lose all the bitcoin I have on the circle app. Is there anything I can do from here on out other than wait for a response?
UPDATE; 6/1/2016 - Circle emailed me claiming my Bank denied the deposit so they had to Temp Close my account. This morning (While account is still locked and supposedly my bank denied 2 deposits) I receive both deposits from circle. Now circle still claims my bank denied both deposits, and I have to re-add my bank account even though they literally deposited money in my account while it was locked. Kinda stupid but all is well now account is back to good standing and still have my BTC Now to find a new wallet that won't fuck me over as much as circle.
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He who controls the MONKEY NUTS, controls the RuneScape. (transcribed fro penguinz0's: I Made Runescape History)

RuneScape is a game known for turning boys into men and putting some hair on those chests. It’s a game that is now more popular than it has ever been, and it has been around for nearly 18 years. I’ve personal played the FUCK out of RuneScape on my current account TurboWet. I have over 55 days of play time, maxed all of my combat stats, I can’t even go out in public anymore, without having a bunch of wet panties tossed at me because the women can just SMELL my gamer fumes, they can SMELL my total XP level in RuneScape and they just can’t help themselves. Now I want to make this clear because there is a lot of confusion, there’s 2 RuneScapes, there is RuneScape 3 which I think all of 6 people still play and then the good RuneScape which is Old School RuneScape which is what is more popular now than it has ever been. That’s what I play, Old School RuneScape, that SHIT is the fucking SHIT. But todays not about XP and shit like that, todays about an accomplishment that I have pulled off that not even God himself expected his creation to do. Did something that Jagex I’m sure has feared for a long time, but they had to know this day was coming. It’s said in a prophecy long forgotten that “he who controls the MONKEY NUTS, controls the RuneScape.” And I’m happy to say I undoubtedly FUCKING control those MONKEY NUTS. I now sit atop a throne of over 287 000 MONKEY NUTS. When I stream RuneScape people come into the stream absolutely FUCKING BLOWN AWAY by the amount of MONKEY NUTS and they accuse me of cheating. I can’t stream RuneScape with the MONKEY NUTS in my inventory without being accused of cheating by hundreds of players saying: “There’s no way this man has all of those MONKEY NUTS! It’s impossible! That amount of MONKEY NUTS can’t even be generated by modern technology, and yet there it is in his inventory, I don’t believe it, God has left us, there’s no possible fucking way on earth.” But I assure you, there has been no fowl play, I’ve streamed all of my MONKEY NUT acquisitions, it’s all there, it’s all in the archives, you can check all that shit out if you don’t believe that I have amassed that amount of MONKEY NUTS fairly. “But what are MONKEY NUTS?” You may be asking yourself if you don’t play RuneScape. It’s simple, MONKEY NUTS are the testicles of the monkeys, the life force of all monkeys, I handle more MONKEY NUTS than a GOD DAMN ZOOKEEPER. MONKEY NUTS are more valuable than the Bitcoin right now. I’m pretty sure Jagex will soon be polling a new thing: “Do you want to just replace gold in RuneScape with MONKEY NUTS?” And I’m sure most of the community would vote YES, because MONKEY NUTS truly should overthrow gold as the primary form of currency in the game. I AM THE KINGPIN of MONKEY NUTS, THE PABLO ESCOBAR of MONKEY NUTS. I am UNRIVALLED in the collection of MONKEY NUTS. In the 17 and a half years RuneScape has existed, nobody has even come close to the amount of MONKEY NUTS that I currently have, and I’m showing no signs of slowing down. I’m still buying MONKEY NUTS every day, hoping worlds, buying them from the store, I’m connecting all these dots, theory crafting. How can I get more MONKEY NUTS? How can I further this collection to an unhealthy level? Now your next question is undoubtedly: “How have you managed to accrue this amount of MONKEY NUTS? How is this even possible? How can the universe even allow this to go down?” I’ll reveal my secrets: I buy them from the GE, I also buy them from the Ape Atoll store, but the main source of my MONKEY NUTS comes from the MNT. For those that don’t know the MNT is “The MONKEY NUT Tax.” And it’s in the Jagex terms of service: “When you see [me] online and [we] happen to cross paths, your MONKEY NUTS are forfeit. You give them to [me]. Refusal to give [me] your MONKEY NUTS if [we] cross paths is punishable by being banned or even killed.” Jagex will send the assassins to your house if they hear that you didn’t give me your MONKEY NUTS. I’m basically the fucking TSA of RuneScape. I’m taking your fucking MONKEY NUTS. Just like the TSA I’m taking your shit, but I’m only taking your MONKEY NUTS so I’m not AS BAD as the TSA I suppose. Now many of you may also know me as the MONKEY NUT GOD OF RUNESCAPE, but I also go by another title, and that is: The Trash Man of RuneScape. There is no worthless items that I won’t take, pretty much I’m a cum dumpster of shitty items in RuneScape and I keep them all in a tab, trying to eventually make the collection worth something. And no item is too useless to me, you could give me a piece of toilet paper you wiped your shit filled ass with and I would definitely take it and put it in this bank tab. I just like to collect shit in this game so I have a pretty impressive tab worth almost 200000000 of just junk items in large quantities. And the next thing I always get asked is “would your ever sell your MONKEY NUT collection?” And I would, I absolutely would, but I wouldn’t sell it for just any shy of 3 billion RuneScape gold, or at least like a million real world dollars. But ya, again just wanted to make this to let everyone know that I have made RuneScape history. The game has been out so long it’s not often you’ll find someone who is the first to do something anymore, but I am now the first person to collect over 280 000 MONKEY NUTS, it’s never been done before. It’s FUCKING incredible…so ya.
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[Suggestion] OSRS SATOSHI EXCHANGE

I had an interesting idea that would add some cool elements to runescape osrs while combating gold selling sites and the like.
imagine if we had a system similar to the grand exchange which was only used to buy certain items called Satoshi (bits of a bitcoin) players could set up a wallet in account settings with jagex and import their bitcoin and then have it transferred into the game where they could sell it to other players who ultimately could merchant with it or sell it for cash down the road. (satoshis would be untradable, undroppable, not lost on death, and the likes)
jagex would charge a small fee when importing and exporting the Satoshi and then the importeexporter would be responsible for any other fees as well.
when putting an offer onto the Satoshi exchange to buy or sell Satoshi we could charge a exchange token (bought from the exchange for 1000 gp) for every offer put on the exchange which would be non refundable if the offer was taken off the market prior to its completion.
this would put a strain onto gold selling sites by making it legal to buy and sell gold through jagex, and they would be able to make a profit to support the game as well.
most sites would end up using the system in place but would have to compete with everyone else and also it would be much easier for jagex to track botting groups.
please keep things civil!
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Subreddit Stats: Bitcoin posts from 2018-10-09 to 2018-10-16 19:41 PDT

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Rate (per day) 107.80 1494.28
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    1. There was an attempt (110 points, 78 comments)
  48. 106 points, 1 submission: king-only
    1. Breez, a Lightning Network mobile client, is now fully open sourced (106 points, 19 comments)
  49. 101 points, 2 submissions: HodlingToTheMoon
    1. Websites using Joomla (second most popular platform after Wordpress), can now be enabled with Bitcoin payments - In less than 5 min! (98 points, 5 comments)
    2. Got business on your mind? Here are 7 easy and genuine ideas to start a Bitcoin-centric e-commerce store! (3 points, 0 comments)
  50. 98 points, 1 submission: ubunt2
    1. Fidelity Starts Crypto Unit to Serve Wall Street Customers (98 points, 4 comments)
  51. 97 points, 1 submission: CosmicHemorroid
    1. Lightning Powered E-bike #Reckless (97 points, 22 comments)
  52. 96 points, 3 submissions: DesignerAccount
    1. Bitcoin is all grown up! (83 points, 6 comments)
    2. [Bitcoin OpSec - Keep your coins safe] Detailed breakdown of sophisticated scam (12 points, 6 comments)
    3. Infographic - How do UTXOs work? (1 point, 0 comments)
  53. 96 points, 1 submission: bowlingfries
    1. Bitcoin kiosk in Portland OR weed dispensary (96 points, 21 comments)
  54. 94 points, 1 submission: nassimmontreal
    1. #roubinilovescrypto (94 points, 37 comments)
  55. 92 points, 2 submissions: ella11price
    1. Selling goods and items for Bitcoin should be easy. I built a marketplace similar to eBay so people can sell anything for crypto. This video explains it. (91 points, 63 comments)
    2. The best ways to earn bitcoin and cryptocurrency. Includes how to spot a scam (1 point, 0 comments)
  56. 91 points, 1 submission: ytcoinartist
    1. The Golden Pineapple, a 3D combination puzzle for all ages and free to play. Be the first to solve the final level and win 1 BTC, courtesy of The Pineapple Fund. http://pineapplearcade.net/arcade-game/pineapple (91 points, 25 comments)
  57. 89 points, 1 submission: Rachsuchtig
    1. An BTC ATM at Austria/Salzburg Shopping Arena, totally surprised to see (89 points, 11 comments)
  58. 87 points, 2 submissions: Ishan1121
    1. Bitcoin proves once again its the best way to transfer money! $194 million transferred for 10 cents. (87 points, 18 comments)
    2. Discussion: So Bitcoin rises as fake news on Binance delisting Tether (USDT) goes viral...removing Tether completley will affect the market positively? THoughts? (0 points, 6 comments)
  59. 87 points, 1 submission: Blixx87
    1. I finally figured it out! We have been forming a Dorito Pattern and it’s on it’s way to the cheese dip. (87 points, 49 comments)
  60. 86 points, 8 submissions: EffigyBoy
    1. Venezuelans Play RuneScape To Make Small Profit In Bitcoin (31 points, 4 comments)
    2. CFTC Chair On Bitcoin Expansion: "We Are Seeing More Institutional Movement Into This Area" (26 points, 0 comments)
    3. The Indian Government is Considering to Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency to Avoid Citizens Using Bitcoin (13 points, 14 comments)
    4. The Congress Is Groping In The Dark To Handle Cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin has come into the mainstream. (6 points, 0 comments)
    5. After Stock Markets Plunge Cryptocurrency Whale Dumps over 22 100 BTC (5 points, 11 comments)
    6. Scientific Journal 'Chaos' Favors Bitcoin – As stable as Oil and Dollar Markets (2 points, 1 comment)
    7. The First Physical Cryptocurrency Store in The U.S. Launches on October 20 (2 points, 1 comment)
    8. Omniex and Gemini Struck A Partnership to Support Institutional Investors (1 point, 0 comments)
  61. 85 points, 2 submissions: jakesonwu
    1. Release - Eclair v0.2-beta7 - Compatible with Bitcoin Core 0.17.0 (75 points, 8 comments)
    2. Lord Keynes Would Be Proud (10 points, 1 comment)
  62. 84 points, 2 submissions: renepickhardt
    1. ECDSA is not that bad: two-party signing without Schnorr or BLS (by Stepan Snigirev) (53 points, 7 comments)
    2. Last week in Lightning Network: A weekly collection of lightning network (and related) news on Twitter (31 points, 6 comments)
  63. 83 points, 3 submissions: OldCarpet54
    1. [GIVEAWAY] Crypto Invest Summit – Wozniak, Gupta, Morehead (82 points, 1 comment)
    2. blockchain news: from SF Blockchain Week and XBlockchain (1 point, 0 comments)
    3. Buterin | SpankChain | Kambria: San Francisco Blockchain Week (0 points, 0 comments)
  64. 83 points, 1 submission: -elektro-pionir-
    1. AMA with Bitcoin engineer Jameson Lopp (83 points, 21 comments)
  65. 80 points, 3 submissions: ysangkok
    1. Bitcoin script discussion at Scaling Bitcoin: "Sporks are probabilistic soft-forks [...] where instead of [...] version bits if the blockhash has some [...] PoW below some threshold, it activates. [...] [E.g.] you have an expectation of 6 months to get your shit together. Doing it live." (28 points, 3 comments)
    2. Multi-Hop Locks for Secure, Privacy-Preserving and Interoperable Payment-Channel Networks (27 points, 8 comments)
    3. Scaling Bitcoin Kaizen - Scriptless scripts, adaptor signatures and their applications (25 points, 2 comments)
  66. 78 points, 3 submissions: mkuraja
    1. What's the difference between Lightning Network and Liquid Network? (57 points, 41 comments)
    2. Need some fresh, new FOMO in your life? Reenter, Trace Mayer. (15 points, 1 comment)
    3. This American tourist thought I'd see "Bitcoin Accepted Here" all over Tokyo, Japan but not one place found yet. (6 points, 17 comments)
  67. 77 points, 1 submission: Miladran
    1. Fidelity Says It Will Trade Bitcoin for Hedge Funds (77 points, 1 comment)
  68. 77 points, 1 submission: pandaman200
    1. Swiss Crypto Fund Obtains Country’s First Crypto Asset Management License (77 points, 4 comments)
  69. 75 points, 3 submissions: mickhick95
    1. I purchased a goTenna to broadcast my BTC transactions with TxTenna and Samourai Wallet. (44 points, 15 comments)
    2. I saw a Bitcoin ATM and I had to make a purchase. (28 points, 41 comments)
    3. 303-ish Days in the BTC Bear Market, This Sideways Motion Looks Like A Turn Around!!! (3 points, 16 comments)
  70. 75 points, 1 submission: hcarpach
    1. Venezuelan cryptocurrency miner: “we are police’s most wanted” (75 points, 21 comments)
  71. 73 points, 6 submissions: WorkCoin_Team
    1. “Bitcoin enables certain uses that are very unique. I think it offers possibilities that no other currency allows. For example the ability to spend a coin that only occurs when two separate parties agree to spend the coin; with a third party that couldn’t run away with the coin itself.” – Pieter Wui (66 points, 14 comments)
    2. Revolution of Bitcoin (5 points, 3 comments)
    3. A Funny Bitcoin Thought (2 points, 20 comments)
    4. Getting started with Bitcoin (0 points, 1 comment)
    5. Make your foundation strong (0 points, 0 comments)
    6. What are you not willing to compromise? (0 points, 6 comments)
  72. 73 points, 1 submission: ozdixon
    1. Bitcoin accepted at a absenth bar in Prague. (73 points, 11 comments)
  73. 72 points, 1 submission: Itasia
    1. What Are Atomic Swaps? Ultimate Guide (72 points, 16 comments)
  74. 71 points, 1 submission: MannyAndDrChurchShow
    1. I wonder if they would still honor this card.... (71 points, 9 comments)
  75. 68 points, 4 submissions: grittygatorr
    1. Liquid Network - the world’s first production Bitcoin sidechain has officially gone live (65 points, 100 comments)
    2. XDEX Advertises Commission-Free Bitcoin Trading in Brazil (2 points, 0 comments)
    3. Coinfloor to Cut on Staff and Reorganize Amid Volume Fluctuations in the Crypto Markets (1 point, 0 comments)
    4. Barclays Temporarily Suspends Work on Cryptocurrency Trading Project (0 points, 1 comment)
  76. 68 points, 1 submission: WouterGlorieux
    1. Introducing 'The Bitcoin Spellbook': an open-source REST API server for the back-end of (almost) any Bitcoin application. (Think of it as your own IfThisThenThat server but for Bitcoin) (68 points, 3 comments)
  77. 67 points, 1 submission: Vaultoro_official
    1. Leading up to the LightingNetwork Hackathon in NY, I thought I would post the talks we filmed at the Berlin lightningHackDay. Some amazing talks! (67 points, 1 comment)
  78. 65 points, 1 submission: Komodor123
    1. Do you speak more than one language? Then help spread Bitcoin around the world by translating Bitcoin.org! (65 points, 28 comments)
  79. 63 points, 1 submission: Sandiegosurf1
    1. Fidelity Launches Institutional Crypto Trading and Clearing. Let the institutional money flow! (63 points, 1 comment)
  80. 63 points, 1 submission: TearAnus-SoreAssRekt
    1. Buying PC Games With Bitcoin: Site Reviews (with some accepting Lightning!) (63 points, 7 comments)
  81. 62 points, 1 submission: CryptoCloaks
    1. We finally got our RaspiBlitz case to a level we love! Time for load testing to check thermals, final mods are almost done! (62 points, 10 comments)
  82. 61 points, 1 submission: sagiher
    1. #Liberte#CaribbeanBitcoin#ShoutOutToAllBitcoinDeveloperOutThere (61 points, 9 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. PragmaticParadox (465 points, 7 comments)
  2. ikarienator (462 points, 1 comment)
  3. Hanspanzer (434 points, 106 comments)
  4. Toyake (434 points, 71 comments)
  5. uglymelt (394 points, 3 comments)
  6. UsherTechs (377 points, 1 comment)
  7. isdudu (345 points, 4 comments)
  8. TyroneTheDriver (307 points, 1 comment)
  9. Rattlesnake_Mullet (296 points, 11 comments)
  10. andycam7 (282 points, 3 comments)
  11. dmdeemer (275 points, 1 comment)
  12. BTCkoning (266 points, 114 comments)
  13. CP70 (257 points, 7 comments)
  14. ascension8438 (239 points, 7 comments)
  15. Fly115 (226 points, 9 comments)
  16. haribo_2016 (220 points, 4 comments)
  17. dsmid (214 points, 1 comment)
  18. i_gotta_say (208 points, 87 comments)
  19. TheGreatMuffin (206 points, 56 comments)
  20. ebaley (198 points, 34 comments)
  21. bitsteiner (185 points, 86 comments)
  22. Redditridder (181 points, 5 comments)
  23. KupKhunKrap (173 points, 36 comments)
  24. 45sbvad (169 points, 3 comments)
  25. c3corvette (165 points, 2 comments)
  26. killerstorm (163 points, 8 comments)
  27. evilgrinz (158 points, 48 comments)
  28. chronic_nervosa (140 points, 1 comment)
  29. bigdaddysdick (136 points, 7 comments)
  30. castorfromtheva (129 points, 27 comments)
  31. Touchmyhandle (125 points, 12 comments)
  32. Euphoricsoul (122 points, 1 comment)
  33. WaterMac27 (122 points, 1 comment)
  34. DSXIII (118 points, 1 comment)
  35. RIMS_REAL_BIG (117 points, 24 comments)
  36. cryptogrip (112 points, 39 comments)
  37. WalterRyan (108 points, 10 comments)
  38. sudophant (107 points, 5 comments)
  39. NotSeeTroll (104 points, 37 comments)
  40. deadleg22 (104 points, 10 comments)
  41. shared_makes_it_real (103 points, 26 comments)
  42. alexiglesias007 (103 points, 7 comments)
  43. Buttoshi (102 points, 68 comments)
  44. flunderbossanova (102 points, 59 comments)
  45. lexihayes99 (101 points, 28 comments)
  46. mabezard (101 points, 2 comments)
  47. peniswithahoodie (98 points, 1 comment)
  48. beloboi (96 points, 65 comments)
  49. vovr (89 points, 3 comments)
  50. segells4soulsmogoblo (89 points, 1 comment)
  51. damchi (87 points, 21 comments)
  52. smadgerano (81 points, 14 comments)
  53. time_wasted504 (80 points, 34 comments)
  54. joeknowswhoiam (80 points, 16 comments)
  55. diydude2 (79 points, 26 comments)
  56. sQtWLgK (79 points, 17 comments)
  57. 989x4000 (78 points, 22 comments)
  58. sreaka (78 points, 16 comments)
  59. YoungScholar89 (78 points, 6 comments)
  60. Ellipso (76 points, 2 comments)
  61. HitsABlunt (76 points, 1 comment)
  62. almkglor (75 points, 39 comments)
  63. MrRGnome (75 points, 37 comments)
  64. Daddeus65 (75 points, 28 comments)
  65. whalecheetah (75 points, 25 comments)
  66. BCash_BeTrash (75 points, 23 comments)
  67. cipher-space (75 points, 19 comments)
  68. bnuttall (72 points, 2 comments)
  69. chrisrico (71 points, 26 comments)
  70. esdraelon (71 points, 8 comments)
  71. ale1ormont (71 points, 2 comments)
  72. igadjeed (70 points, 42 comments)
  73. Holographiks (70 points, 19 comments)
  74. frankieboy07 (70 points, 2 comments)
  75. snazzycoins (69 points, 12 comments)
  76. dmar198 (69 points, 11 comments)
  77. protoman86 (69 points, 7 comments)
  78. bitbug42 (68 points, 5 comments)
  79. CardCollector1 (66 points, 16 comments)
  80. hawks5999 (66 points, 7 comments)
  81. DefiantVerse (65 points, 12 comments)
  82. psionides (65 points, 8 comments)
  83. btc-forextrader (64 points, 37 comments)
  84. UniqueNewQuark (63 points, 5 comments)
  85. imaducksfan (63 points, 1 comment)
  86. bitusher (62 points, 23 comments)
  87. homad (62 points, 13 comments)
  88. torbitonsa (62 points, 7 comments)
  89. violencequalsbad (62 points, 7 comments)
  90. wwwdata (61 points, 20 comments)
  91. LadyRosedancer (61 points, 1 comment)
  92. Nunoyabiznes (60 points, 22 comments)
  93. pg3crypto (60 points, 13 comments)
  94. XxArmadaxX (60 points, 4 comments)
  95. awertheim (59 points, 27 comments)
  96. Ploxxx69 (59 points, 1 comment)
  97. TheGlassStone (59 points, 1 comment)
  98. moodytomatoes (58 points, 39 comments)
  99. Sneakybobo (58 points, 13 comments)
  100. UniqueCandy (58 points, 8 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Anti-crypto propaganda... promoted by American Express by Alexsayzz (4526 points, 513 comments)
  2. Someone just paid $0.10 to move $194M (29,999 BTC). Think about how powerful that is for a second. by MoonMan_666 (2369 points, 380 comments)
  3. When your boss thanks you for staying late at work but you were just watching the Bitcoin price and lost track of time by _Logicrypto (2077 points, 69 comments)
  4. ⚡Lightning Network at the Senate - Counterargument to Roubini's speech that Bitcoin can never scale to serve the planet by bitbug42 (1496 points, 186 comments)
  5. Why sell and pay capital gains, why not wait for mass adoption? That's my motto. by opencoins (1417 points, 244 comments)
  6. Took a while but finally part of the picture club (had to wait on the web browser update!) by awertheim (1174 points, 127 comments)
  7. Feeling good? by Hodl_it (853 points, 215 comments)
  8. Bitcoin ATM operator gets the $62,500 that police confiscated back by cointastical (833 points, 110 comments)
  9. Congratulations US senators for understanding crypto better than this guy by JandyJammer (748 points, 125 comments)
  10. ...in case you missed the laura shill burn today by lesbiansareoverrated (704 points, 100 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 462 points: ikarienator's comment in Feeling good?
  2. 456 points: PragmaticParadox's comment in Anti-crypto propaganda... promoted by American Express
  3. 387 points: uglymelt's comment in ⚡Lightning Network at the Senate - Counterargument to Roubini's speech that Bitcoin can never scale to serve the planet
  4. 377 points: UsherTechs's comment in When your boss thanks you for staying late at work but you were just watching the Bitcoin price and lost track of time
  5. 342 points: isdudu's comment in Anti-crypto propaganda... promoted by American Express
  6. 307 points: TyroneTheDriver's comment in Anti-crypto propaganda... promoted by American Express
  7. 276 points: andycam7's comment in Why sell and pay capital gains, why not wait for mass adoption? That's my motto.
  8. 275 points: dmdeemer's comment in Someone just paid $0.10 to move $194M (29,999 BTC). Think about how powerful that is for a second.
  9. 268 points: Rattlesnake_Mullet's comment in Someone moved 12,220 BTC ($82M) in block 545,877
  10. 244 points: CP70's comment in Anti-crypto propaganda... promoted by American Express
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All the club spots listed on my thread are clean. There are no gaps, spaces, dashes(-) or boxes in them. They look clean in client, in lobby and in-game.
Free EUW clubs: Puppy, Wait, Decay, Rock & Rifle.
Free NA clubs: Taxer, JP, OD and Lame-
€10 for a permanent spot in EUW club: L9 God Zed Janna Nami Lulu Nurse Cat Daddy Top Mid Adc Fnc Hate <3 :( uwu Kitty
permanent spot in NA club:
$30: L9 $20: Zed <3 Yasuo Daddy God Mid $15: eGirl Mage King
I can invite first before payment. Prices likely to increase as some clubs get full.
Payment: Paypal, bitcoin/ether or runescape gold
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Countless spots sold and vouched for If you're interested in rare names, click here
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New Miners - Always late to the party?

Hello All, I'm a guy that makes a very decent living, this pays for the house, car, kids, wife (haha) etc... But I personally don't give a crap about the paycheck at the end of the month. I value a hustled £5 over a earned £150 any day of the week.
I started off young, selling Runescape cash online, I made around £5,000 at age 10, the early days when 2d graphics were still coola and before gold farming exploded. I sold sweets at school when Jamie Oliver banned everything tasty. The markup was around 200-300 percent and I made £50 a day minimum from ages 12-15.
15-21 was a rollercoaster, whilst at sixth form (collage) and University I did all sorts of weird and wonderful things, earning tonnes of cash.
When it comes to mining, I've just built a few rigs utilizing 18x1070's. This at the moment has a current ROI of around 6 months, but with the difficulty increasing, I wonder if it will ever make ROI ahead of the electricity bills and further GFX card released leaving my 1070's in the dust.
My main question is, looking back over this, mining starts AGES ago. WHERE THE HELL WAS I? I'm a money maker, a grafter, a wheeler and dealer. I'm educated, physics degree and all that BS, I read the news and articles in magazines etc. How the hell did I miss this craze by 6 years?
A collegue at work paid his entire University fees via bitcoin.
The question here is, why did I (or we) miss this... What friends/connections did we not make, what news/magazine article did we not read? What backdoor forum of money making boffins did I not join?
I want to be right on the tip of the missile that is the next weird and wonderful money making craze and I'd love any ideas of how to mount that B***H.
Much love to any other money hunters out there, you all know how fun it is!
I don't know how to sign off a reddit post...? KIND REGARDS, SNIPERVIPER
TL;dr, How the F did I miss mining by 6 years.
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While I'm stoked on today's gains, I have a few concerns after reading through some comments on where ripple is in the bigger picture. Does ripple only exist for banks to acquire btc/eth through selling xrp? Quote inside that raises a few questions worth discussing (hopefully debunking)

Here's the quote:
Look at it from the bank's perspective: (This is coming from a trader that dealt with banks and foriegn exchange).
What ripple seems to be offering is a way to convert USD to EUR at some fixed rate instantly.
Do you know how Banks do that now?
They hire traders, the traders trade against the other banks trader to secure the best possible deals for the exchange and generate profit for the bank.
The ripple platform might not have fees, but it will literally mean the bank loses millions of dollars a trade as the rates are being set automatically.
Banks hold currency like assets. They have less interest in instnatly converting EUR to USD as they do buying EUR at 1.2 USD, and then selling it at 1.1 to their merchant branches.
The banks don't have much to gain from using Ripple. In the end currency these days is digital, and banks trust each to honor transactions.
It's not like one bank is suddenly going to take the money out of the trade window and hope the other bank clicks accept. That isn't a problem in modern banking it's a problem in Runescape, so the 'trust' part of Ripple falls apart as well.
There is however ONE thing ripple does really well. It trades for Eth and Btc.. the currencies the banks literally cannot print or aquire without paying through the nose for.
Banks don't want 50 Btc, or even 500 Btc. They want 50k-500k btc. If they put a buy order like that on the exchange do you have any idea what the Price of BTC would inflate to?
Instead of all that, why not just trade XRP (which the banks basically recieved 60% of for free for signing up to the platform).. for normies ethebtc.
It's so fucking simple, and it's working. This is why the poor stay poor, and the rich stay rich.
Also
This but it's even dumber. The BANKS know the value of Bitcoin and Ether as decentralized curerncies.
They REALISE that this is the new 'gold' and that this gold can't be counterfitted, it can't be printed, and most importantly it will allow banks to grow out of the control of the governments as it can't be frozen, controlled etc.
They realise this value..
The normies don't.. which is why the normies are so eager to swap their Ether / BTC for ripple... and why the banks (who hold 60%~ of the ripple which they got for free) are so eager to make that trade happen.
Your right.. banks will use ripple! Infact they're using Ripple right fucking now to steal shitloads fo bitcoins/Ether from normies that have NO idea what they're parting with.
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Free EUW clubs: Puppy, Wait, Decay, Rock & Rifle.
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permanent spot in NA club:
$30: L9 $20: Zed <3 Yasuo Daddy God Mid $15: eGirl Mage King
I can invite first before payment. Prices likely to increase as some clubs get full.
Payment: Paypal, bitcoin/ether or runescape gold
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[EUW]
All the club spots listed on my thread are clean. There are no gaps, spaces, dashes(-) or boxes in them. They look clean in client, in lobby and in-game.
Free EUW clubs: Puppy, Wait, Decay, Rock & Rifle.
Free NA clubs: Taxer, JP, OD and Lame-
€10 for a permanent spot in EUW club: L9 God Zed Janna Nami Lulu Nurse Cat Daddy Top Mid Adc Fnc <3 :( Hate uwu Kitty
permanent spot in NA club:
$30: L9 $20: Zed <3 Yasuo Daddy God Mid $15: eGirl Mage King
I can invite first before payment. Prices likely to increase as some clubs get full.
Payment: Paypal, bitcoin/ether or runescape gold
Example of the tags
100+ spots sold and vouched for If you're interested in rare names, click here
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[EUW]
All the club spots listed on my thread are clean. There are no gaps, spaces, dashes(-) or boxes in them. They look clean in client, in lobby and in-game.
Free EUW clubs: Puppy, Wait, Decay, Rock & Rifle.
Free NA clubs: Taxer, JP, OD and Lame-
€10 for a permanent spot in EUW club: L9 God Zed Janna Nami Lulu Nurse Cat Daddy Top Mid Adc Fnc Hate <3 :( uwu Kitty
permanent spot in NA club:
$30: L9 $20: Zed <3 Yasuo Daddy God Mid $15: eGirl Mage King
I can invite first before payment. Prices likely to increase as some clubs get full.
Payment: Paypal, bitcoin/ether or runescape gold
Example of the tags
100+ spots sold and vouched for If you're interested in rare names, click here
Discord: Gladiator#4714 (non-nitro user and capital G)
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