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    • zurylostboys
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      free litecoin for everyone https://coinut.com/?r=qD7
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    • Vidya
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      This is my sample tip for reslice .
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    • coinpursuit
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      tip 4n
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    • Vidya
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      Test Slice
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    • coinpursuit
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      russ
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    • coinpursuit
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      ru
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    • coinpursuit
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      ru
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      ru
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    • Sreezoo
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      tips
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    • jesperz
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      For those who don't have powerful PCs or ASICS, there's always egalitarian mining, thanks to CryptoNote and Bytecoin ;)
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    • coinpursuit
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      Block Size to Increase from 1 MB to 8 MB

      Blockchain is the ledger in Bitcoin network which records all transaction details. These transactions are registered in 10 minute blocks of 1 megabyte each. The Blockchain grows as the number of blocks increase. New blocks are created each time after the previous block exceeds the block size.

      The block size was limited to 1 MB during the initial days of Bitcoin when the number of transactions were less and the Blockchain didn’t have much use apart from recording the transactions. But now, as the number of bitcoins and bitcoin users increase, the number of transactions also rise. Apart from that, Blockchain is used for storing non-transactional data as well. Due to smaller block size, every time there is a transition from one block to another, the transactions will experience delays.

      It has now become necessary to increase the block size, in order to optimize the Bitcoin network and also to facilitate Blockchain dependent Bitcoin 2.0 applications. The proposal to increase the block size was put forward by the bitcoin core developer Gavin Andresen. According to the proposal, the block size should be increased from 1 MB to at least 20 MB.

      Even though he had a valid argument, it was met with stiff opposition from the bitcoin community especially from those who have mining pools. The decision to increase the block size was put on hold until now.

      Recently, a consortium of Chinese bitcoin mining pools — F2pool, BW, BTCChina, Huobi and Antpool have come to a consensus and agreed to increase the block size from 1 MB to 8 MB. These mining groups have issued an agreement with this regard as well. According to the agreement, the block size will double every two years.

      Even though the 8 MB block size is nowhere close to the 20 MB block as proposed by Andresen, but apparently he is happy about this move. Now that there seems to be a consensus about the block size, we can probably expect an upgraded Bitcoin network by the end of this year.
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    • Crypto Chick
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      How to buy assets on Horizonplatform.io (Hz)
      Explore the world of decentralized crypto assets with a friendly walk-thru by an avid crypto thought-worker with assets on both the Hz and Nxt decentrailized exchanges.
      https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1006327
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    • robdee
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      How to buy assets on Horizonplatform.io (Hz)
      Explore the world of decentralized crypto assets with a friendly walk-thru by an avid crypto thought-worker with assets on both the Hz and Nxt decentrailized exchanges.
      https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1006327
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    • suman
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      Write your username and get some free bitcoins: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=958786.0;all
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    • Crypto Chick
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      Write your username and get some free bitcoins: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=958786.0;all
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    • CryptoGames
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      Write your username and get some free bitcoins: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=958786.0;all
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    • coinpursuit
    • Re-Sliced from I Love Travel

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      Write your username and get some free bitcoins: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=958786.0;all
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    • coinpursuit
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      Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/CryptoCoinsNews
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    • Crypto Coins News
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      Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/CryptoCoinsNews
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    • JGarf
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      Hello world! Cool site need some followers so follow me! (still trying to understand
      how to follow) lol
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    • coinapult
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      Invite your friends to the event, the more the merrier!
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    • Cryptonit
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      Sign up for our affiliate program, make money today!
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    • Bitpost
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      Add BitPost to your bookmarks ;) http://bit-post.com/
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    • Long Term Key
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      Bitcoin - Cryptocurrency not just for geeks

      If you want to start earning Bitcoins but don't want to spend thousands of pounds on mining equipment then one of the easiest methods of earning is through Paid to Click (PTC) websites. Their are a couple that I use and make a small amount per day clicking them. They also offer referral options so you can boost your earnings by referring them to other users and supplementing your income. Below are a couple which I've used and pay out.
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    • I Love Travel
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      5 Tips for Keeping Your Bitcoin Investment Safe

      1)1. Check Whether a Bitcoin Company is Registered
      2)Keep Your Key Locked Up
      3)Don’t Put All Your Eggs in One Basket
      4)Use an Offline Wallet
      5)Dedicated Computer or Live CD
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    • Trader Tips
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      If you want buy bitcoins on an exchange just follow these steps:


      –Find a reputable exchange (CEX.IO, Bitstamp and Coinbase are among the best ones)

      –Create an account on the exchange

      –Deposit fiat currency

      –Buy BTC

      –Transfer coins from the exchange to your Bitcoin wallet
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    • I Love Travel
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      Energy consumption

      All this computing power chews up electricity, and that costs money. It's worth looking at your hardware's energy consumption in watts, when making your choice. You want to make sure that you don't end up spending all of your money on electricity to mine coins that won't be worth what you paid.

      Use these two factors to work out how many hashes you’re getting for every watt of electricity that you use. To do this, divide the hash count by the number of watts.
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    • coinpursuit
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      If your wallet’s stolen, act fast
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    • Sea Hatter
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      If your wallet’s stolen, act fast
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    • Michael M
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      Use change addresses when you send payments
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    • Michael M
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      Use new addresses to receive payments
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    • Trader Tips
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      Due to the general stable and high price of Bitcoin, any real profits aren’t going to be that noticeable unless you invest heavily. However, with certain Altcoins, investing could lead to a much higher profit.
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    • Tee China
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      Mining is more akin to rolling dice than solving problems.
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    • SeedCoin
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      View our mentor list on Seedco.in to see who's behind our organization
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    • Long Term Key
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      Creating addresses can be done without an Internet connection and does not require any contact or registration with the Bitcoin network.
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    • Trader Tips
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      Track all trades for tax purposes.
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    • Crypto Chick
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      Always have direct control of your bitcoins (private keys). If you don’t have the keys, you don’t control the bitcoins.
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    • S&P420
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      Remember to always take volume increase or decrease into account when trading any coin.
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    • slicefeeds
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      Research sources of “hot tips,” and verify it with someone who knows the market well before buying!
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    • Gunmetal44
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      Bitcoin traders should make themselves aware of the events happening in the Bitcoin world.
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    • Gunmetal44
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      Never trade with funds that you cannot afford to lose.
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    • Sea Hatter
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      For small amounts (below ~$100) you can install a wallet directly on your normal computer. For larger amounts a more secure solution is highly recommended!
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    • Trader Tips
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      A multi-signature address always begins with the number 3, and looks like: 34CRZpt8j81rgh9QhzuBepqPi4cBQSjhjr.
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    • coinpursuit
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      We added links to RSS Feeds for the accounts that have them. You can also see the full list of RSS feeds in the member's section by sorting with the RSS icon
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    • Gunmetal44
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      99% of Bitcoin active malware is targeted at Windows users.
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    • Sea Hatter
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      Los Angeles is now the most Bitcoin-friendly city in the United States.
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    • Long Term Key
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      The minimum amount of Bitcoin to be transferred 0.00000001BTC. This gives more than 2000 trillion of smallest units.
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    • Michael M
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      Traditional Bitcoin address is between 26 and 34 characters long.
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    • Tee China
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      Bitcoin uses the SHA-256 hashing algorithm, which produces a number that is 256 bits long.
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    • Tee China
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      BitcoinCZ, aka Slush’s Pool, was the first Bitcoin mining pool, and it’s still one of the largest.
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