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Bitcoin - The Currency of the Internet

A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
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AcceptingBTC

A subreddit for listing for anyone and anything accepting BTC as payment or donation.
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Primedice & Bitcoin Gambling

Bitcoin gambling & www.primedice.com discussion. Find out why Bitcoin is the future of online gaming, betting & casinos!
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LUNO is a bitcoin-related company headquartered in London. LUNO facilitates bitcoin storage and transactions such as buying, selling and paying through their bitcoin wallet services. They also operate exchanges between traditional currencies and bitcoin.

LUNO is a bitcoin-related company headquartered in London. LUNO facilitates bitcoin storage and transactions such as buying, selling and paying through their bitcoin wallet services. They also operate exchanges between traditional currencies and bitcoin. submitted by igwemarvel to u/igwemarvel [link] [comments]

Bitstamp: No withdrawals for Bitcoin related companies

Bitstamp: No withdrawals for Bitcoin related companies submitted by bitcointhailand to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

As an investor in bitcoin, and bitcoin related companies: is anyone else horrified of BTC's exchange rate come August because of UASF?

...it very much concerns me. Every day I hope that an agreement can be made before we have to go down this path. I've discussed with many developers and they all agree that IF bitcoin has to scale, this is the most dangerous method (trying to force the miners to go a certain direction)
I'm going to be royally pissed if this debacle causes a dramatic drop in the exchange rate, and there's two chains, and different exchanges, businesses, and users have a hard time trying to decide which chain to use.
I know it doesn't paint the rosy picture that all these happy "UASF memes" are trying to portray, but major businesses in the bitcoin economy do not know how this is going to play out or if they'll end up supporting "this" or "that" chain. The whole UASF idea is reckless, even the companies who say "WE SUPPORT THIS!!11!" don't want it to come down to a UASF.
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Enough with the outpouring of blind, good faith. Bitcoin related companies are no better than anybody else.

I'm reading about yet the latest, apparent bitcoin related scam and thinking about how so many of these companies not only benefit from but actually depend on the blind faith of bitcoin enthusiasts to give them the air of legitimacy.
People, there have always been scam artists and there will always be. And the first thing a scam artist does is gain your trust, make you somehow identify with them. So what's happening? Every scammer out there is trying to figure out how to grab everybody's bitcoins by appealing to their pride and enthusiasm for bitcoin. And we have to take some responsibility.
We've got to stop get over excited or even giddy every time somebody announces their new bitcoin business. We have to stop proclaiming how delirious we are because we will be able to do whatever is being promised by whatever company, just because they promised. We have to hold every single bitcoin related company to the same level of expectations as we would any company. Every single company must be held to normal standards.
Don't pre-order. Don't send your bitcoins to unproven entities. Don't give companies free publicity. Demand companies prove the legitimacy of their services or products before you even think about spending bitcoin or money with them. Stop the madness!
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Here is a big list of contact information for Bitcoin related companies. If you've got time ask one or two to upgrade to Bitcoin Cash so they can actually use bitcoin again.

Don't spam them obviously
Now is a great time to contact companies and let them know how you feel so here is...

A contact list of major bitcoin companies

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Some companies that have posted things so far removed from reason not included
Also easy to find online is a list of the emails of all public GitHub commenters, most made one or two commits and never returned, often stating due to a hostile culture towards new developers,
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Peter Thiel is heavily invested in bitcoin-related companies. He was also part of Trump's transition team and was able to heavily influence many administration appointees -- few of which are anti-bitcoin and many who are neutral or pro-bitcoin

Peter Thiel is heavily invested in bitcoin-related companies. He was also part of Trump's transition team and was able to heavily influence many administration appointees -- few of which are anti-bitcoin and many who are neutral or pro-bitcoin submitted by Bastiat to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

New York financial regulator hits 22 Bitcoin-related companies with subpoenas

New York financial regulator hits 22 Bitcoin-related companies with subpoenas submitted by seven7hwave to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

[Rumour] Bank of Montreal closing Bitcoin-Related companies' accounts in Canada! Please READ!

I just got in contact by phone with a few Bitcoin companies across Canada, Including /VoS (a Canadian-Based online bitcoin exchange) and all of them, with BMO, said they have no problem.
I also came across a news article on Coindesk which was an interview with Virtex (Another Canadian-Based online exchange) from last summer. It was in regards to having their bank accounts at several banks closed, including BMO. They said:
“The problem that the banks have with us isn't the bitcoin. It’s the fact that when you're accepting money, specifically cash deposits at the bank, you must have a license to operate as a Money Services Business.”
So what I think is that Cointrader.net was/is not registered as a Money Services Business and BMO found out and closed their account(s).
I will be going to BMO at some point this week. I'll ask them straight up and get back to you all.
Update: VoS and QuickBT both have no problems with BMO. VoS is licensed as MSB (thought I should note that too).
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Can you name at least one bitcoin-related company that is doing well or poised to do well in the next 6 months?

It seems to me bitcoin-related services are not being used as much as people were expecting. What's missing?
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Are there any bitcoin-related companies that I can buy stock in?

I'm assuming there must be, but could someone list several of them so I can look into it, or is there any sort of bitcoin mutual fund out there?
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Here is a big list of contact information for Bitcoin related companies. If you've got time ask one or two to upgrade to Bitcoin Cash so they can actually use bitcoin again. /r/btc

Here is a big list of contact information for Bitcoin related companies. If you've got time ask one or two to upgrade to Bitcoin Cash so they can actually use bitcoin again. /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Are there any companies that will take Bitcions as an investment? Are there Bitcoin-related companies I can invest in?

I would like to put my money to work for me WHILE it gains value :)
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Peter Thiel is heavily invested in bitcoin-related companies. He was also part of Trump's transition team and was able to heavily influence many administration appointees -- few of which are anti-bitcoin and many who are neutral or pro-bitcoin

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Israeli regulators do not allow Bitcoin-related companies to include the TASE stock index

Israeli regulators do not allow Bitcoin-related companies to include the TASE stock index submitted by agentebank to u/agentebank [link] [comments]

Post news or advertise your Bitcoin related company for FREE

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Peter Thiel is heavily invested in bitcoin-related companies. He was also part of Trump's transition team and was able to heavily influence many administration appointees -- few of which are anti-bitcoin and many who are neutral or pro-bitcoin

Peter Thiel is heavily invested in bitcoin-related companies. He was also part of Trump's transition team and was able to heavily influence many administration appointees -- few of which are anti-bitcoin and many who are neutral or pro-bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Have you guys been scammed by any bitcoin-related companies? If so, please tell me or message me. I want to reveal bitcoin scams so that others won't fall into the trap.

If you're ok with it, I'll be contacting the company that scammed you and ask for a statement. I may publish the story on CryptoCoinsNews.com with your permission.
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Bitcoin-related companies thriving in China

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JP Morgan guy joins bitcoin related company for transactions

JP Morgan guy joins bitcoin related company for transactions submitted by biomimic to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Which Bitcoin-Related Company do you think is most likely to become the next Goldman-Sachs, Amazon or Google? /r/Bitcoin

Which Bitcoin-Related Company do you think is most likely to become the next Goldman-Sachs, Amazon or Google? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

As an investor in bitcoin, and bitcoin related companies: is anyone else horrified of BTC's exchange rate come August because of UASF? /r/Bitcoin

As an investor in bitcoin, and bitcoin related companies: is anyone else horrified of BTC's exchange rate come August because of UASF? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

New subreddit for discussing investing with Bitcoins or in Bitcoin-related companies

New subreddit for discussing investing with Bitcoins or in Bitcoin-related companies submitted by Zorander22 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

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