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DrDime

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DrDime last won the day on June 13 2016

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  1. Ok. I just checked and apparently localbitcoins automatically sold any corresponding BCH you held for BTC and added the extra BTC to your balance so there should be a little more that you originally bought.
  2. @SilvergunSuperman Moving to a paper wallet is a good idea and will actually ensure that you have access to any future forks from the time you moved the BTC to the paper wallet. This may take a little work but if you just leave it there there will probably be tools developed to make it easy. I’m not sure if you can access the BCH from localbitcoins
  3. for sale lunar series 2 one Ounce Silver set

    Hi. All coins are untouched. The only issue I can see is that the 2012 dragon has a tiny milk spot on the qeuuen’s cheek and a very minor scratch on the capsule plastic
  4. For sale I have 10 Perth Mint Lunar series 2 silver one Ounce coins 2008 - 2017 Looking for £250 delivered to the UK PPFF, BTC or LTC preferred All in original caps and posted in the black tray seen in photos:
  5. 1/2Oz lunar series 1

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  6. 1/2Oz lunar series 1

    I have for sale 1/2 oz lunar series 1 coins in original caps: 2001 snake 2003 goat 2005 rooster Asking £25 each plus post PPFF or bank transfer or BTC/LTC (ofc)
  7. Yeah, segwit itself doesn't offer massive scaling, but does make the lightning network viable, which looks very promising
  8. crypto strategy

    I'm fortunate enough that I got in early enough that although I spent much less £ on cryptos than metals I currently stand at: BTC>silver>gold>LTC I'm quite happy with that and have no desire to change it (maybe I'm risk tolerant)
  9. I prefer the change to be slow. One of the main advantages of BTC is the simplicity, stability and security that slow incremental changes bring. My current view is that lack of leadership is an advantage. I understand that Vitalik Buterin is very clever and a good figurehead and Charlie Lee is a steady and sensible guy that helps bring stability in the minds of users/holders but I think the main think they add is psychological comfort. People like to think someone is in charge and can steer things. However, nobody's perfect and having a leader brings disadvantages. I think the current relative market price of the altcoins reflect this psychological security aspect more than people actually understanding the tech. This could go on for a long time of course and lots of people are making lots of money so from a short to medium term investment point of view what I'm saying doesn't really matter
  10. It's a common occurrence in network software that the 'best' 'most efficient' does not become the standard. The internet itself is an example of this. Good enough seems to be good enough if there's enough network effect
  11. I think we're still quite a few years away from mass adoption and. Lot of work needs to be done on making it easy and seamless to use. This might be a a controversial view but the more I study it the more I think that bitcoin will eventually 'eat' most if not all altcoins. Segregated witness will be activated this month which will allow the development of off-chain transactions and the lightning network. This means basically that very fast, very small and very cheap transactions will be possible and this will improve and develop further in the future.
  12. Hey jayboat. That's a very long time and unusual. What wallet did you send it from? Was is on you computer? Did you add a mining fee?
  13. Paper Wallets

    The way I make paper wallets: 1) right click in bitaddress.org 2) save as HTML 3) move to memory stick 4) open the HTML file on a browser on an old laptop that will never see the internet again 5) make as many paper wallets as I need 6) print the paper wallets on an old fashioned printer that does not have wifi or Bluetooth or memory It's a cautious approach but reassuring when the price goes up