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Bitcoin adoption growing in South Africa. Saw my first BTC ATM at Sandton City. SA has the 2nd highest Google trend search for BTC but hardly anyone speaks about it. Sure once we hit an ATH more people will come out.

Bitcoin adoption growing in South Africa. Saw my first BTC ATM at Sandton City. SA has the 2nd highest Google trend search for BTC but hardly anyone speaks about it. Sure once we hit an ATH more people will come out. submitted by ByranBarkley to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Breathe in that volatility folks. Enjoy it. Bask in its glory. Buy more.

The only thing anyone should be concerned about right now is how they can add more XRP.
There has been nothing to cause this downturn in price over the last several days other than the FUD, the whales, the influx of inexperienced traders, and the lack of news. That being the big one. We are playing in a massive market built highly on speculation. A big old bubble of billions. Billions.
So wait for the news. Peg your price targets and fill your pockets until then. At least that's my plan.
I'll be 100% honest. I've been vested in this since December 19th, and have been trying to buy what I can, when I can. I stick to the buy targets I have in mind. At first it was "as long as it remains under $3.00, buy as much as you can". The biggest issue was being limited by what I could purchase in miniscule increments from Coinbase. Not new to trading mind you, just new to Crypto. All in on this coin too, because it's so solid.
I hit the buy target I wanted, but since it's dropped under $2.00 - BUY more. At least that's my plan.
I believe the tech will go somewhere from working in tech for the last 20 years. Not that that is relevant to your purchasing, but when it feels right.... That's the thing though - look at the tech here. It's not just a whitepaper - it's a company. You have 100+ people who will be waking up, going into the office tomorrow, and working towards making this product better.
The news is coming, as are the substantial profits. Steady as she goes folks. Until then - enjoy the ride....
One more point - if you are having issues buying Crypto to get in the door to begin with - Google Bitcoin ATM and maybe you have a machine local to buy on. PM me if you have any questions on this point.
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Purchasing Advice for Noobs!

This is a post for anyone who doesn't understand bitcoin. Most of us do, but I felt like helping the noobies.
It's not that difficult. The first time I did it, it took me about 1.5 hours (from researching how to get the coin, to placing my first RC order). Now it takes me about 5 minutes.
THE BITCOIN BREAKDOWN
-Add product to your cart to determine the amount of bitcoin you owe.
-Determine how much bitcoin (BTC) you owe for your purchase. Always purchase about $10 more worth of BTC than what you actually owe, to cover all fees. For example if your cart total is $50 in BTC, purchase $60 of BTC. Here are your three best options for purchasing coin, in my experience:
(1) Create a CoinBase account and purchase it directly with a credit or debit card. Keep in mind the sign up process is lengthy and requires verification from your credit/debit account. This is not difficult, and CoinBase will walk you through the entire process. However, depending on the specific credit or debit account you decide to link, it may take 10 minutes to verify, or up to 5 days. Large, well-established banks tend to link quicker. Also keep in mind that not all credit and debit cards are accepted. You just have to try for yourself. Also, those prepaid Visa/Mastercard gift cards do NOT work. Lastly, after you purchase the coin through CoinBase, you need to transfer it to a different bitcoin wallet that you set up. I use BlockChain. The reason for this is that CoinBase may potentially ban you after using your account to purchase RC's or other legally gray-area products/services. So you transfer your BTC to a different account and purchase your RC's from that account (BlockChain, or whatever wallet you choose—not CoinBase.
(2) Google “Bitcoin ATM.” If there is one located in an area that you are willing to drive to, you can literally put cash into the machine and purchase bitcoin directly that way. There is a fee for this, which I believe is typically more hefty than CoinBase fees. Before you go to the BTC ATM, you will need to set up a wallet (like BlockChain). Either download the app or create an account through their website. If you go the ATM route, the app will make your purchase go much smoother, as you can scan the QR code to your bitcoin account upon purchase. Using the BlockChain app to send/receive BTC is pretty much self-explanatory.
(3) Purchase Amazon gift cards at a store with cash. Create an account on Paxful and exchange a picture of your card’s code, along with the receipt, for roughly 80% of the card’s value in BTC. I don’t recommend this method unless it’s your only option. It ends up being the most expensive.
-Regardless of which method you choose, you need to end up with your coin in an account like BlockChain. From there, you press the send button on the block chain app and type in the amount of coin you owe, or scan the QR code from your purchase summary (self-explanatory, like I said). You must do this fairly soon after finalizing your cart, as the value of bitcoin rises and falls, you may end up having an issue with your purchase if you wait too long.
-That's pretty much it! There are other websites and methods of purchasing bitcoin, but in my experience, the three options I outlined above are among the simplest. If anyone has other methods, or more details to add, please comment and I will update this post. I hope you found this helpful!
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Buying Bitcoin: 101

This is a post for anyone who doesn't understand bitcoin. Most of us do, but I felt like helping the noobies.
It's not that difficult. The first time I did it, it took me about 1.5 hours (from researching how to get the coin, to placing my first RC order). Now it takes me about 5 minutes.
THE BITCOIN BREAKDOWN
-Add product to your cart to determine the amount of bitcoin you owe.
-Determine how much bitcoin (BTC) you owe for your purchase. Always purchase about $10 more worth of BTC than what you actually owe, to cover all fees. For example if your cart total is $50 in BTC, purchase $60 of BTC. Here are your three best options for purchasing coin, in my experience:
(1) Create a CoinBase account and purchase it directly with a credit or debit card. Keep in mind the sign up process is lengthy and requires verification from your credit/debit account. This is not difficult, and CoinBase will walk you through the entire process. However, depending on the specific credit or debit account you decide to link, it may take 10 minutes to verify, or up to 5 days. Large, well-established banks tend to link quicker. Also keep in mind that not all credit and debit cards are accepted. You just have to try for yourself. Also, those prepaid Visa/Mastercard gift cards do NOT work. Lastly, after you purchase the coin through CoinBase, you need to transfer it to a different bitcoin wallet that you set up. I use BlockChain. The reason for this is that CoinBase may potentially ban you after using your account to purchase RC's or other legally gray-area products/services. So you transfer your BTC to a different account and purchase your RC's from that account (BlockChain, or whatever wallet you choose—not CoinBase.
(2) Google “Bitcoin ATM.” If there is one located in an area that you are willing to drive to, you can literally put cash into the machine and purchase bitcoin directly that way. There is a fee for this, which I believe is typically more hefty than CoinBase fees. Before you go to the BTC ATM, you will need to set up a wallet (like BlockChain). Either download the app or create an account through their website. If you go the ATM route, the app will make your purchase go much smoother, as you can scan the QR code to your bitcoin account upon purchase. Using the BlockChain app to send/receive BTC is pretty much self-explanatory.
(3) Purchase Amazon gift cards at a store with cash. Create an account on Paxful and exchange a picture of your card’s code, along with the receipt, for roughly 80% of the card’s value in BTC. I don’t recommend this method unless it’s your only option. It ends up being the most expensive.
-Regardless of which method you choose, you need to end up with your coin in an account like BlockChain. From there, you press the send button on the block chain app and type in the amount of coin you owe, or scan the QR code from your purchase summary (self-explanatory, like I said). You must do this fairly soon after finalizing your cart, as the value of bitcoin rises and falls, you may end up having an issue with your purchase if you wait too long.
-That's pretty much it! There are other websites and methods of purchasing bitcoin, but in my experience, the three options I outlined above are among the simplest. If anyone has other methods, or more details to add, please comment and I will update this post. I hope you found this helpful!
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Buying Bitcoin: 101

This is a post for anyone who doesn't understand bitcoin. Most of us do, but I felt like helping the noobies.
It's not that difficult. The first time I did it, it took me about 1.5 hours (from researching how to get the coin, to placing my first RC order). Now it takes me about 5 minutes.
THE BITCOIN BREAKDOWN
-Add product to your cart to determine the amount of bitcoin you owe.
-Determine how much bitcoin (BTC) you owe for your purchase. Always purchase about $10 more worth of BTC than what you actually owe, to cover all fees. For example if your cart total is $50 in BTC, purchase $60 of BTC. Here are your three best options for purchasing coin, in my experience:
(1) Create a CoinBase account and purchase it directly with a credit or debit card. Keep in mind the sign up process is lengthy and requires verification from your credit/debit account. This is not difficult, and CoinBase will walk you through the entire process. However, depending on the specific credit or debit account you decide to link, it may take 10 minutes to verify, or up to 5 days. Large, well-established banks tend to link quicker. Also keep in mind that not all credit and debit cards are accepted. You just have to try for yourself. Also, those prepaid Visa/Mastercard gift cards do NOT work. Lastly, after you purchase the coin through CoinBase, you need to transfer it to a different bitcoin wallet that you set up. I use BlockChain. The reason for this is that CoinBase may potentially ban you after using your account to purchase RC's or other legally gray-area products/services. So you transfer your BTC to a different account and purchase your RC's from that account (BlockChain, or whatever wallet you choose—not CoinBase.
(2) Google “Bitcoin ATM.” If there is one located in an area that you are willing to drive to, you can literally put cash into the machine and purchase bitcoin directly that way. There is a fee for this, which I believe is typically more hefty than CoinBase fees. Before you go to the BTC ATM, you will need to set up a wallet (like BlockChain). Either download the app or create an account through their website. If you go the ATM route, the app will make your purchase go much smoother, as you can scan the QR code to your bitcoin account upon purchase. Using the BlockChain app to send/receive BTC is pretty much self-explanatory.
(3) Purchase Amazon gift cards at a store with cash. Create an account on Paxful and exchange a picture of your card’s code, along with the receipt, for roughly 80% of the card’s value in BTC. I don’t recommend this method unless it’s your only option. It ends up being the most expensive.
-Regardless of which method you choose, you need to end up with your coin in an account like BlockChain. From there, you press the send button on the block chain app and type in the amount of coin you owe, or scan the QR code from your purchase summary (self-explanatory, like I said). You must do this fairly soon after finalizing your cart, as the value of bitcoin rises and falls, you may end up having an issue with your purchase if you wait too long.
-That's pretty much it! There are other websites and methods of purchasing bitcoin, but in my experience, the three options I outlined above are among the simplest. If anyone has other methods, or more details to add, please comment and I will update this post. I hope you found this helpful!
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Google trends for bitcoin in comparison to 2017. Although we have broken through the 10k, apparently many have not noticed it or they dont care atm

Google trends for bitcoin in comparison to 2017. Although we have broken through the 10k, apparently many have not noticed it or they dont care atm submitted by Wuestenfuechs to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

*The easiest and fastest way to get bitcoin.

Google bitcoin ATM and find one near you. Yes there is an extra cost 3-6% on the price but that's because it's very convenient and fast. Spread the word.
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My cousin is a first year uni student and needs help discussing bitcoin with her prof, he was openly abusing bitcoin in lecture last week during the agoxalypse

She told me the class started last week with discussions on world news, and the prof brought up bitcoins and asked the class if anyone heard about them. Only a few raised their hands. The prof then continued to bash bitcoins because of its volatility and openly said to the class to never invest into bitcoins. He said he has years of experience and bitcoin is just on a path to bankruptcy and failure. He used mt. gox as an example and continued to bash. She raised her hand and challenged him.
She told me she said whatever she could remember from what I have told her about bitcoins. She told him that a failure of an exchange is not inclusive to bitcoin and is comparable to email. "If hotmail closed one day, it does not mean email failed". She then told him to google bitcoin ATM and he put it on the projector in front of the whole lecture and was totally surprised by all the positive news. I was proud of her so I gave her .0504 btc for doing this, which was about 15 bucks last week. I guess that motivated her into researching bitcoins because she then proceeded in sending out a lengthy email to her prof trying to defend bitcoin even further. She asked me for help and unfortunately I did not find the time.
I was wondering if anyone has time to give her some simple tips and points in countering his response to her email. Her class is tomorrow (technically today friday). It seems as though she basically copy pasted from the site she linked in her email, but she is learning!
http://i.imgur.com/I7MNAKG.jpg here is the link to her email and the prof's comments in CAPS and selected in red.
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Google Campus London Installs Bitcoin ATM and Accepts Cryptocurrency Payments

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Tech Giant Google Installs Bitcoin ATM in London Campus

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Tech Giant Google Installs Bitcoin ATM in London Campus

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Tech Giant Google Installs Bitcoin ATM in London Campus

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Google launches Bitcoin ATM in London!

Google launches Bitcoin ATM in London! submitted by ggarneau23 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin ATM near Google HQ

Bitcoin ATM near Google HQ submitted by floridianfisher to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Google Installs Bitcoin ATM at Campus London

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Bitcoin ATM Goes Live at Google's London Co-Working Space

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Tech Giant Google Installs Bitcoin ATM in London Campus. NP post.

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Where can i get stats of some (or all) bitcoin ATMs? Tried googling but nit getting anything.If you own any machine and care to share some data - higly appreciated too.

Where can i get stats of some (or all) bitcoin ATMs? Tried googling but nit getting anything.If you own any machine and care to share some data - higly appreciated too. submitted by Panier00 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Tech Giant Google Installs Bitcoin ATM in London Campus

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Tech Giant Google Installs Bitcoin ATM in London Campus (/r/CryptoCurrency)

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First Romanian Bitcoin ATM (via Google Translate)

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