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Where can I buy (securely) Bitcoins (BTC)? - Bitcoin Trade 2017 | bitcoinMag. en

Where can I buy Bitcoins (BTC)?

Bitcoin Trading Where can I buy Bitcoins (BTC)? Testimonials: Safe Bitcoin (BTC) buy or trade with Euro Photo: ulchik74 - Fotolia 10. 09. 2017 Just a few years ago, most of the bitcoins were scanned by themselves, that is, you calculated mathematical problems themselves & bdquo; won & ldquo; , In the meantime, however, it is much easier and safer to buy Bitcoins.

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Emerging market: Bitcoin Exchange BitX expands to Indonesia

Emerging market: Bitcoin Exchange BitX expands to Indonesia

BitX focused since the beginning of the Bitcoin market to the emerging markets and is now with the expansion to Indonesia another important step. With 252 million people, Indonesia is one of the world's fastest growing economies. In addition to the branches in Kenya and Malaysia, BitX is now opening an office in Jakarta.

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Now on iOS: Apple accepts Zcash as a legitimate crypto BTC-ECHO

Now on iOS: Apple accepts Zcash as a legitimate crypto diet

Users of the mobile wallets Zcash is supported on both iOS and Android mobile phones. The rigorous and complex licensing process of new iOS applications and updates is likely to be known to most developers. Apple's applications, which are related to cryptoscripts, are closely scrutinized by Apple and there is no compassion when an application or an update appears inadequate to the tech giant.

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Third Bitcoin Mining Pool Signals SegWit Support | BTC-ECHO

Third Bitcoin Mining Pool Signals SegWit Support

After a long pause, the world's third-largest Mining Pool F2Pool has chosen Segregated Witness (SegWit) support. Both with Bitcoin and Litecoin. On April 14, the operator of the F2Pool, Wang Chun, published the results of an internal survey among all miners involved. According to Chun, 56% of the miners voted for SegWit.

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BTC course analysis KW35 - Revenge of the Bulls BTC-ECHO

BTC course analysis KW35 - Revenge of the Bulls

After a rather quiet week, where the resistance described by the EMAs was tested several times, the price rose abruptly and is currently at 541. 69 EUR (603. 96 USD). The course was slightly falling until September 3 inclusive. EMA100 and EMA200 have been tested several times. On the evening of 3 September, the course abruptly increased.

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Bitcoin course analysis KW 13 - Back on the Rollercoaster

After a stable half week and an abrupt rise to 384. 67 EUR (438. 08 USD), the price fell yesterday to 365. 312 EUR (416. 04 USD). Summary: The Bitcoin tracked a stable price of about 375 EUR (427 USD) from 24 to 27 March. On 28 March, the price rose to 384. 67 EUR (438. 08 USD), but fell to 31.3 to 365.

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Bitcoin Create control and portfolio report made easy BTC-ECHO

Bitcoin Create tax and portfolio report made easy

Is there a lack of an overview of the last bitcoin trades or are there problems with the tax return for the tax? Who knows these problems when trading digital currencies, the following platform should look at each other more closely. CoinTracking * has adopted exactly these problems and has been developing an elaborate online platform since 2013 that bundles all information in one place and packs it into chic reports.

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BTC share price analysis KW 29 - GDP 91 pushes up price | BTC-ECHO

BCo price analysis KW 29 - GDP 91 pushes up price

After testing the support at 1. 568, 93 EUR (1. 829, 54 USD), the price rose over the week and currently stands at 2. 388, 84 EUR (2. 785, 65 USD). Summary The bitcoin course has exceeded the week. After bouncing on last week's mentioned support at 1. 568, 93 EUR (1. 829, 54 USD), the course went into an upward trend.

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As much money you need for a Bitcoin 51% Service attack | BTC ECHO

As much money you need for a Bitcoin 51% Service attack

Who has the more notorious 51% of total Hashpower in the Bitcoin network that can control the network by "fake" transactions in his favor feeds. How hard is it to carry out such an attack? 51% attack in a nutshell In short, the 51% attack means that with more than 50% of the total computing power in the Bitcoin network, you have the possibility to inject "fake" transactions by attaching them to the blockchain.

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