Every revolutionary age produces its own kind of nostalgia.
Gonna start converting some of the BTC I’ve obtained into altcoins over the weekend. Should be interesting.
A Reddit user ostensibly representing SatoshiBet, an online casino, posted a warning to Coinbase users Wednesday that the payment processor had begun closing accounts of customers who transferred bitcoins from gambling sites.
The cryptocurrency mining industry is a strange place. Here, we live by the “guilty until proven innocent” maxim. Anything and everything about a mining company falls under question, and if the tiniest thing seems off, we conclude that the company is a scam. And unfortunately, it seems like that’s just way it has to be. Mining scams are a dime a dozen. Some companies don’t even try to hide the fact that they’re scams. Others, however, are a lot more clever. This is how I, and so many others, were conned by TimeToBit.
Bitcoin boom: worth investing in?. With Bitcoin back in the headlines after attracting support from one of the world’s most successful venture capital investors - isn’t it about time you crammed-up on the subject?Unless you’ve been living in a dark hole without any internet access for a few weeks, you’ll have been asking yourself one very important question - what is Bitcoin? The answer - although satisfying - is not the easiest thing in the world to tease out but that’s why we here at MSN Tech have done the leg work to reveal everything you need to know on the subject.Take a flick through these easy to digest slides about Bitcoin and decide for yourself whether the virtual financial market is a game you’d like to get playing.
I’ve yet to run into any of them in Texas. Most people here are more worried about paying their State mandated yearly septic inspector bill (to avoid the larger fine for not letting some guy come on your property to check for chlorine tabs).
Allegedly we’re too stupid (or untrustworthy) to pull the pipe up ourselves to check, so we have to pay $300-$400 a year to a guy who pulls the pipe up and checks a box on some paper and then mails that to the government. It’s very complicated apparently.
But ISIS? No one gives a fuck about ISIS here. We just want to know why the fuck some asshole is coming on our property and robbing us of $300-$400 to check a fucking box and mail a letter?
It’s not like we’re not going to put the chlorine tabs in and have our yards smell like shit for days/weeks … but whatever, I guess I’m supposed to brace myself for ISIS (are they coming to check my chlorine tabs too?).