Another 'Sleeping Bitcoin' Block Reward from 2010 Was ...

Revolution: Because it's coming, right?

[link]

The Open Source Democracy Foundation

[link]

Marketplace for Microsoft software

This subreddit is temporarily closed for the summer holidays. Please refrain from messaging me. I will not be able to respond for a few weeks.
[link]

What is a niche industry/thing you're expecting to boom in the next few years , like how bitcoin rose but was underground and not well known of in the early 2010's?

submitted by YellowDomino to AskReddit [link] [comments]

HEX Is Up Over 1000% In less than 80 days - People Calling Out HEX A Scam Have Been Ridiculed As Price Just Keeps Going Up - Similar To What Bitcoin Did In 2010.

HEX Is Up Over 1000% In less than 80 days - People Calling Out HEX A Scam Have Been Ridiculed As Price Just Keeps Going Up - Similar To What Bitcoin Did In 2010. submitted by klosor5 to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

In honor of Bitcoin Cash independence day, a quote from Gavin Andresen: "Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010: a store of value AND means of exchange." 💸💸

In honor of Bitcoin Cash independence day, a quote from Gavin Andresen: submitted by BitcoinXio to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Facts: 1) Bitcoin inventor Satoshi Nakamoto declared Gavin "Lead Developer" in 2010. 2) Gavin: "Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010"

Bitcoin Facts: 1) Bitcoin inventor Satoshi Nakamoto declared Gavin submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Request is what I envisioned after getting into Bitcoin in mid 2010. Request is the crypto vision.

When I first heard of Bitcoin, I was very interested. I'd been working for a large, very well-known company, and I immediately saw practical use cases for Bitcoin, but I knew that it had a long way to go before it would get to that point. I knew they would laugh at Bitcoin.
Bitcoin made me wealthy, but I was doing well before Bitcoin. For me it was a philosophical search for something better than our current system. Something better than what the for-profit bankers had concocted. I saw how the rich siphoned money from the poor because the poor had no other choices. The rich rule this world.
Over the years, Bitcoin has morphed into something else - digital gold - which is fine by me. Bitcoin is solid. Bitcoin is strong. Bitcoin isn't going away. But Bitcoin is not very experimental.
Ethereum came along, and I was again intrigued. But yet again, I knew it had a long way to go.
Still, I envisioned this massive network of nearly instantaneous payments that connected every business to every person. I envisioned a B2B, P2P, crowdfunding, and point-of-sale network that was massive, worldwide, and connected. I envisioned an open-source, transparent network. I envisioned the inevitable future of commerce.
The Request Network is what I envisioned.
REQ Map
But this isn't about making money. We all may make money, but that isn't the reason we are doing this. We are doing this to bring the whole world a new system. A system devoid of the predatory bankers and middlemen. A system where John in Africa is on the same playing field as Dave in Chicago.
We are here to disrupt. We are here to fight the powers that rule this world - the powers that are slowly destroying this planet in the name of profit.
Ethereum and Request are the just the first steps. Go out there and use your cryptos. Spend them. Trade them. Make these bankers take note. This is a revolution.
Disclaimer: I own BTC, ETH, REQ, and QSP
submitted by thedarkwillrise to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

Gavin Andresen on Twitter: Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010

Gavin Andresen on Twitter: Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010 submitted by MemoryDealers to btc [link] [comments]

Gavin Andresen on Twitter: Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010: a store of value AND means of exchange.

Gavin Andresen on Twitter: Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010: a store of value AND means of exchange. submitted by kostialevin to btc [link] [comments]

The Grin Developer Fund received support from a 2010 bitcoin miner, but donation-based fundraising is always an uphill battle. What do you think of today's blockchain ICO culture?

submitted by ChronosCrypto to grincoin [link] [comments]

In honor of Bitcoin Cash independence day, a quote from Gavin Andresen: "Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010: a store of value AND means of exchange." 💸💸

In honor of Bitcoin Cash independence day, a quote from Gavin Andresen: submitted by vegasbooty to Cryptoandme [link] [comments]

The Grin Developer Fund received support from a 2010 bitcoin miner, but donation-funded crypto is an uphill battle. What do you think of today's ICO culture?

The Grin Developer Fund received support from a 2010 bitcoin miner, but donation-funded crypto is an uphill battle. What do you think of today's ICO culture? submitted by ChronosCrypto to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

The Grin Developer Fund received support from a 2010 bitcoin miner, but donation-funded crypto is an uphill battle. What do you think of today's ICO culture?

The Grin Developer Fund received support from a 2010 bitcoin miner, but donation-funded crypto is an uphill battle. What do you think of today's ICO culture? submitted by ChronosCrypto to Mimblewimble [link] [comments]

In 2010, Satoshi Nakamoto was talking about programmable money, smart contracts. This is why Ethereum is so successful, it is what Bitcoin was planned to be.

submitted by barthib to btc [link] [comments]

01-30 14:13 - 'As someone who mined Bitcoin in 2010 and has obviously followed it closely since, Iam certainly not ignorant of what Bitcoin is, or it's advantages, but thanks for filling me in? I'm also aware of it's disadvantages. Right...' by /u/PuddingPoops removed from /r/Bitcoin within 9-19min

'''
As someone who mined Bitcoin in 2010 and has obviously followed it closely since, Iam certainly not ignorant of what Bitcoin is, or it's advantages, but thanks for filling me in? I'm also aware of it's disadvantages. Right now, one of the main disadvantages is that it's not easy to use for the average consumer. People don't understand it, and even those that do often say "uh, okay.. but why wouldn't I just pay cash?" It's also incredibly unstable and your average "umerican" ( or fiscally responsible human) isn't willing to risk their money just to...uh.. spend their money.
I think a lot of Bitcoin evangelists get caught up in their own world. Most people don't care about some internet money that can be semi anonymous, or "bossless". They want to buy Cheetos. Easiest way to do that? Cash or a card. Simple as that.
"There's heaps of them to choose from"-- which is exactly why most people don't bother with Bitcoin. Easier, more convenient options. That don't cost anything to obtain, or hold. Hint: look at this subreddit. 99% is about it's future value. Not it's utility. Maybe that's why people look at it as an asset? (Ever heard of hodl?)
Not sure why you choose to spell it "umerica". And saying that America is irrelevant is absolutely ignorant and asinine. Because clearly the worlds largest economy is irrelevant. The place where states have larger gdps than many countries is irrelevant. But hey, whatever you believe, bud.
"Revolution of consciousness". Lol. Sounds like we got an elitist on our hands. It's fucking "money" on the internet. Is it cool? Sure. Might it one day lead to something that changes how we do business? I have no doubt. But get off your fucking high horse. You're not better than anyone because you use Bitcoin. or, most likely, bought some and are praying one day it goes up in value. Don't worry.. someone will post another ccn article or some other dumb shit with a btc investor saying "OMG i bet it'll reach 100k!" And you and your buds can have a cute little circle jerk about it
'''
Context Link
Go1dfish undelete link
unreddit undelete link
Author: PuddingPoops
submitted by removalbot to removalbot [link] [comments]

[uncensored-r/CryptoCurrency] Request is what I envisioned after getting into Bitcoin in mid 2010. Request is the crypto vision.

The following post by thedarkwillrise is being replicated because some comments within the post(but not the post itself) have been openly removed.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ CryptoCurrency/comments/7nyzxs
The original post's content was as follows:
When I first heard of Bitcoin, I was very interested. I'd been working for a large, very well-known company, and I immediately saw practical use cases for Bitcoin, but I knew that it had a long way to go before it would get to that point. I knew they would laugh at Bitcoin.
Bitcoin made me wealthy, but I was doing well before Bitcoin. For me it was a philosophical search for something better than our current system. Something better than what the for-profit bankers had concocted. I saw how the rich siphoned money from the poor because the poor had no other choices. The rich rule this world.
Over the years, Bitcoin has morphed into something else - digital gold - which is fine by me. Bitcoin is solid. Bitcoin is strong. Bitcoin isn't going away. But Bitcoin is not very experimental.
Ethereum came along, and I was again intrigued. But yet again, I knew it had a long way to go.
Still, I envisioned this massive network of nearly instantaneous payments that connected every business to every person. I envisioned a B2B, P2P, crowdfunding, and point-of-sale network that was massive, worldwide, and connected. I envisioned an open-source, transparent network. I envisioned the inevitable future of commerce.
The Request Network is what I envisioned.
REQ Map
But this isn't about making money. We all may make money, but that isn't the reason we are doing this. We are doing this to bring the whole world a new system. A system devoid of the predatory bankers and middlemen. A system where John in Africa is on the same playing field as Dave in Chicago.
We are here to disrupt. We are here to fight the powers that rule this world - the powers that are slowly destroying this planet in the name of profit.
Ethereum and Request are the just the first steps. Go out there and use your cryptos. Spend them. Trade them. Make these bankers take note. This is a revolution.
Disclaimer: I own BTC, ETH, REQ, and QSP
submitted by censorship_notifier to noncensored_bitcoin [link] [comments]

I've got some funding to attempt to recover a wallet from my twice-reformatted hard drive from 2010. What is the best way to do a forensic scan of the drive to possibly recover the wallet? /r/Bitcoin

I've got some funding to attempt to recover a wallet from my twice-reformatted hard drive from 2010. What is the best way to do a forensic scan of the drive to possibly recover the wallet? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

May the 22 be with you! Today is the day when, in 2010, Laszlo Hanyecz, the Florida-based computer programmer, bought two pizzas through a web forum for 10,000 bitcoins. Little did he know, that these pizzas are now worth $82 million... be careful what you wish for and invest in 🍕

May the 22 be with you! Today is the day when, in 2010, Laszlo Hanyecz, the Florida-based computer programmer, bought two pizzas through a web forum for 10,000 bitcoins. Little did he know, that these pizzas are now worth $82 million... be careful what you wish for and invest in 🍕 submitted by unicornincrypto to tokenbox [link] [comments]

What is the Bitcoin community's response to each of the points Paul Krugman makes in this 2010 NYT piece, "Why Is Deflation Bad?"

submitted by dpxxdp to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

What is the "if you had invested in bitcoin in 2010 you'd be millionaire" of 2017?

submitted by freedloop to AskReddit [link] [comments]

Gavin Andresen on Twitter: Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010: a store of value AND means of exchange.

Gavin Andresen on Twitter: Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010: a store of value AND means of exchange. submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Gavin Andresen on Twitter: Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010: a store of value AN...

The following post by WolfOfThe6ix is being replicated because the post has been silently greylisted.
The original post can be found(in censored form) at this link:
np.reddit.com/ Bitcoin/comments/7cahc1
The original post's content was as follows:
[removed]
submitted by censorship_notifier to noncensored_bitcoin [link] [comments]

Satoshi Nakamoto's Successor Gavin Andreson Endorses Bitcoin Cash: "Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010: a store of value AND means of exchange." /r/BitcoinMarkets

Satoshi Nakamoto's Successor Gavin Andreson Endorses Bitcoin Cash: submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

TheNIRP on Twitter: On May 22nd, 2010: A Bitcoiner paid 10 000 BTC for two Papa Johns pizzas. What is 10 000 #Bitcoin worth today? Nearly 30 million!

TheNIRP on Twitter: On May 22nd, 2010: A Bitcoiner paid 10 000 BTC for two Papa Johns pizzas. What is 10 000 #Bitcoin worth today? Nearly 30 million! submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

What is Bitcoin ?  How Bitcoin Work in Details (HINDI ... Why is Bitcoin So Important? What is Bitcoin? (v1) - YouTube What Is Bitcoin and How Does It Work? - YouTube What is Bitcoin Mining?  Bitcoin Mining Explained  How ...

In 2010 on BitcoinTalk.org, a forum for Bitcoin discussion started by Satoshi Nakamoto, Jeff Garzik pointed out an issue with Bitcoin’s block size, which spurred the first public block size ... In 2010, one Bitcoin was worth a mere $0.003, meaning if you had $1, you could buy about 333 Bitcoins. If you had invested that $1 in Bitcoin, seven years ago, you would now be sitting on about ... Bitcoin wurde 2009 noch auf keiner Börse gehandelt. Sein erster aufgezeichneter Preis war 2010. Technisch gesehen war Bitcoin 2009 im ersten Jahr seines Bestehens 0$ wert! Sein erster aufgezeichneter Preis war 2010. Another ‘sleeping bitcoin’ reward from 2010 was caught waking up after ten years on October 14, 2020. Three days later, another 2010 block reward that was created on November 11, 2010, was ... Bitcoin history for 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019. Bitcoin price chart since 2009 to 2019. The historical data and rates of BTC ...

[index] [49019] [47488] [16443] [17621] [29982] [16535] [35280] [29390] [29701] [31752]

What is Bitcoin ? How Bitcoin Work in Details (HINDI ...

This video shows the historical chart of Bitcoin/USD starting year 2010 to 2019. Source: https://info.binance.com/en/currencies/bitcoin Please subscribe for ... Get Bitcoin Here (and $10 of free Bitcoin!): https://www.coinbase.com/join/58c8d740d0190f01af2284b7 What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is a decentralized cryptocurrenc... Hey Guys, This video will explain you what is Bitcoin, How to Mine Bitcoin in India to earn free Bitcoins (BTC). Who decide Bitcoin Price, How it goes up & d... Learn about Bitcoin with the most watched Bitcoin video. More information: Start Guide - https://www.weusecoins.com Mining Guide - https://www.bitcoinmining.... In this introductory episode, you’ll discover exactly what Bitcoin is, and how today’s two most popular versions of Bitcoin differ from one another. Remember...

#