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VegasCoin

VegasCoin the Las Vegas Cryptocurrency just like bitcoin, litecoin and most like Auroracoin, but for Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Buy Bitcoin Paypal

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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Expanse Coin

Expanse (Expanse Coin) is an ethereum like smart contract blockchain platform. Focusing on identity, equity, philanthropy, gamification and governance.
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I want to invest in a Travelocity/Trip Advisor type website that integrates alternative currencies like Bitcoin.

Can someone point me to a good place to get started on something like this?
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California Bill Legalizes Alternative Currencies Like Bitcoin And Dogecoin

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California bill legalizes alternative currencies like Bitcoin and Dogecoin

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California bill legalizes alternative currencies like Bitcoin and Dogecoin

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California bill legalizes alternative currencies like bitcoin and dogecoin

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Bitcoin Warrior New Survey: 79% Of Consumers Would Never Consider Using Alternative Currency Like Bitcoin Bitcoin Warrior: News, Education, Strategy Bitcoin Warrior

Bitcoin Warrior New Survey: 79% Of Consumers Would Never Consider Using Alternative Currency Like Bitcoin Bitcoin Warrior: News, Education, Strategy Bitcoin Warrior submitted by yomofos to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Are Central Banks Attacking Alternative Currencies Like Bitcoin and Precious Metals?

Are Central Banks Attacking Alternative Currencies Like Bitcoin and Precious Metals? submitted by techchop to conspiracy [link] [comments]

Alternative currencies like bitcoin are a mirror of their users

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California bill legalizes alternative currencies like Bitcoin and Dogecoin

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California Gov. Jerry Brown Signs Bill Legalizing Alternative Currencies Like Bitcoin Into Law

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California bill legalizes alternative currencies like bitcoin and dogecoin

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California bill legalizes alternative currencies like Bitcoin and Dogecoin

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Bitcoin Warrior New Survey: 79% Of Consumers Would Never Consider Using Alternative Currency Like Bitcoin Bitcoin Warrior: News, Education, Strategy Bitcoin Warrior

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I know this gets asked a lot, but are there any financial Safe Havens left?

First, forgive me if this is a post you've seen before, but ever once and a while I like to ask the group about what people see as a financial Safe Haven, especially right now given the constant printing of new money by the Treasury diluting the dollar's value.
The usual go to is gold, but given the fact that it needs to be purchased by and converted back to dollars, that might not be the best way to go.
Goods and knowledge/skills are a good choice, as are alternative currencies like Bitcoin.
But what does everyone see as the next financial Safe Haven when the dollar fails?
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Don't let them make you fear a financial collapse, or put stock into digital and/or metal based currency

After seeing so many posts about the pending financial collapse or the band wagon to get into alternative currencies like bitcoin or gold, it baffles me why anyone would want this considering none of which has any type of intrinsic value. Thinking that it does keeps you there under control in the same system at which we currently suffer from. I can only say don't fear it, there is hope. However that hope only exists when the community at large makes it so.
What am I getting at? It stemmed from a documentary detailing the financial collapse of Argentina. Over night, a flourishing country went bankrupt, banks froze all counts, put limits on withdraws that also included certain times of the day one could withdraw, and a government that "continues" to work on their financial crisis for the last 20 years. However, during that time a group of people realized their government weren't or couldn't do anything they took it upon themselves to find a solution. That solution turned into what's now known as the Global Barter Network. People sold good or services in exchange for goods and services or their own type of currency which served in place of good and services.
Now stating this, the barter network collapsed in Argentina with the founders arrested on numerous charges citing the illegal creation of currency, and the hyperinflation of the "currency" that flooded the market a few years after it started. If you roam this sub, we may be thinking the same thing here.... but that's not a deterrent, more of a lesson to learn from. Figure out how to make a good idea better, flawless even.
So with this my friends, we just need to remember that we outnumber the few in control and need not to adhere to their current financial systems, ideologies, or at the very least the way we have to live our lives in order to be happy.
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Crypto currency payment provider has been created

Cointopay is a startup company based in Haarlem the Netherlands, officially started in 2014 with development time in 2013. Our main driver is to provide innovative Internet payment services based on the new Crypto Coins, also known in the media as BitCoin. We see a future of financial transactions for alternative currencies like BitCoin at very low fees, secure, instant and very easy and we want to be part of that transition.
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Market crash strategy: Cash, Bitcoin, land, deflation vs inflation

Been researching the best methods to navigate and profit from a potential market crash. I've found many varied opinions and contradictory information. It seems buying gold and silver are probably the safest options for wealth preservation, but I would like to buy discounted assets during the downturn which requires being liquid and nimble.
A few things Im unsure about:
  1. There is a debate as to whether deflation or inflation will occur. I believe there will be deflation then inflation, and I assume it will only be a matter of months from a massive crash in value, credit shortage and therefore deflation, followed by a flood of cash from the central banks and inflation, which leaves a relatively small window of time to use the cash to buy discounted assets. Is this true, which is the best currency to hold during this period, and how do you take advantage of this window?
  2. James Rickards believes there will be a bank lockdown, and people wont have access to cash (like Cyprus). He says this could extend for months. Would there be any offshore banks that would not close access to account holders, and if so, which banks? He is also very negative on Bitcoin, but if banks close down, wont people start looking for alternative currencies like Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies out of desperation? The public already loves Bitcoin and hates bankers/fiat currency, so wouldn't it be the perfect time to own Bitcoin?
  3. How will real estate, specifically land, react during a crash or correction? Does it depend on whether its land or housing? Which land would do the best and in which country? Some say there is a massive real estate bubble and it will go down dramatically, while others suggest its a hard asset providing insulation from a crash. So would it be wise to hold onto cash and wait to buy during a crash, or buy beforehand?
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If Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are supposed to be an alternative form of currency then why do people treat it like a stock and sell it for cash? Isn’t it acting more like an asset than it’s own currency?

Basically the title. Im 100% behind the idea of getting rid of govt backed currency but the way I see bitcoin is more akin to buying stocks and than a whole new form of currency. Is there a bigger picture Im missing? Thanks !
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Market crash strategy: Cash, Bitcoin, land, deflation vs inflation

Been researching the best methods to navigate and profit from a potential market crash. I've found many varied opinions and contradictory information. It seems buying gold and silver are probably the safest options for wealth preservation, but I would like to buy discounted assets during the downturn which requires being liquid and nimble.
A few things Im unsure about:
  1. There is a debate as to whether deflation or inflation will occur. I believe there will be deflation then inflation, and I assume it will only be a matter of months from a massive crash in value, credit shortage and therefore deflation, followed by a flood of cash from the central banks and inflation, which leaves a relatively small window of time to use the cash to buy discounted assets. Is this true, which is the best currency to hold during this period, and how do you take advantage of this window?
  2. James Rickards believes there will be a bank lockdown, and people wont have access to cash (like Cyprus). He says this could extend for months. Would there be any offshore banks that would not close access to account holders, and if so, which banks? He is also very negative on Bitcoin, but if banks close down, wont people start looking for alternative currencies like Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies out of desperation? The public already loves Bitcoin and hates bankers/fiat currency, so wouldn't it be the perfect time to own Bitcoin?
  3. How will real estate, specifically land, react during a crash or correction? Does it depend on whether its land or housing? Which land would do the best and in which country? Some say there is a massive real estate bubble and it will go down dramatically, while others suggest its a hard asset providing insulation from a crash. So would it be wise to hold onto cash and wait to buy during a crash, or buy beforehand?
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What would happen if everyone hyperinflates?

In the history of hyperinflation, even the worst hyperinflations were contained in one single currency, and those with access to 'hard' currency gobbled up all the assets with hard money.
But, now, there is no 'hard' money anywhere on earth, and quite a lot of currencies, including the RMB which some people are touting as the dollar's replacement, are pegged to the almighty dollar.
Although every currency has lost value significantly it was over a number of years, enough time for people to accept it.
But, what would happen if everyone hyperinflates? If one major country hyperinflates, its good becomes competitive over the world, which makes the other countries to hyperinflate as well.
There are only a few major currencies - the dollar, the euro are the universal currencies, and the yen, the pound sterling, the swiss franc and a few others are considered 'hard' but are too tiny to support the world. And none of them are truly 'hard'.
Alternative currencies like bitcoin are too insignificant to support the entire global network of finance.
If everyone hyperinflates, and there is nothing which will 'hold the ground' to keep the world from drowning in the sea of zeroes, what would happen? Will nukes fly?
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Dark side of Banks.

The governments of the world have spent hundreds and hundreds of trillions of dollars bailing out a decaying, dickensian, outmoded system called banking, when the solution to the future of finance is peer-to-peer. It’s going to be alternative currencies like bitcoin and it’s not actually going to be a banking system as we had before 2008.” – Patrick Young
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What's wrong with currencies based on a fixed amount (gold, bitcoins etc)?

I've heard planet money and read many articles about the gold standard and other alternative currencies like bitcoin.
Normally the explanation around why the gold standard is bad is an historical one: everyone was making a run to the banks and the banks were going broke. Honestly, I don't get it: if a bank is lending more than it has then it's already broke and it should be closed! Also, the government doesn't like not being able to print new currency: well I'm no libertarian, but if the government is just printing money, I don't see how this helps the economy! If the total amount of money was fixed then money wouldn't "disappear" it would just move hands!
What's wrong in having a currency that can't be created out of thin air?
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