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Hmmm it's tempting, but I'd want to find out more on the companies credibility.
 
BitCoin is a tool to give people access to the global ecosystem and give them a promise for an economic future.
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Would You Like to Own your own Bitcoin CTM/ATM?
More info: https://tigoctm.com/

#bitcoin   #dash   #cryptocurrency  
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+Edmond Dantes Of course that there will be some cases where even if you don't own, it will be just as fine. but not generally.  
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This article describes a bit about mining and how it's methods have evolved. If this is the case I might have an idea on how to mine for good profit.
 
Cryptocurrencies are digital currencies which derive their value from computing costs. The most well known cryptocurrency is Bitcoin. Nowadays, a Bitcoin is equivalent to nearly $600 - a big change from when they were equal t...
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Depending on the tech that is being used in the mining yes you are right, but I am not thinking about using current mainstream mining tech.
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Not for nothing but I noticed that this community has grown quite. . . . . Dead on here at least. So here is a bone for you sly dogs:

The documentation and video presentation for Cisco Live Las Vegas has been published on the CIsco Live site. Dive in, read and listen. There are some interesting things here you will not find in a CCNA, CCNP or CCIE study guides. So far my favorites are on the 4500E/X and 3850/3650 Architecture.

P.S. pay no heed to the 2017 thing , this is for 2016.
Cisco Live US 2016 is the industry's premier education and training event for IT, networking, and communications professionals.
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My favorite moment??? KLeese!
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FIrst battle with the Cyberdemon. . . . He is a SOB! Anyone else have a tough time fighting him?
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The last time I shared this community it was 43 members. Now it is 413. Keep the joining going and content going !!
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I am curious. . . . What is your response to some one who says that bitcoin is a short term investment tool because it is hackable?
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The cryptography behind bitcoin is pretty solid. Even government agencies and/or private corporate interests can't break that crypto. (I imagine they have, and are, trying) A lot of the reasons why is because of the maths behind the cryptography that makes an individual bitcoin hackable.

Most people who "hack" bitcoin are really hacking central repositories of bitcoin keys, and steal those keys which in essence makes the person who stole it the owner.

Much in the same sense that if a person robs a bank and takes a bunch of printed dollar bills... The thief becomes the owner by way of possession of the important part of the currency. For dollars it is the printed bills. For bitcoins it is the keys.

If the crypto behind bitcoin was so easily hacked then it would have gone out of existence within a year of its creation. Here we are bearing down on a decade later and it is still around. So I imagine the crypto itself is very good and will likely be so for the foreseeable future.

Security of bitcoin is all about the crypto and how it is stacked into a chain via blockchain tech. Blockchain is just a huge stack of mostly crypto data.
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Thanks for accepting me as a member. A little background on me. My family and I are from the Island of Puerto Rico and currently live on the mainland of the US. I was raised in a Caribbean spanish culture and am use to the Caribbean ways of life. I am looking to purchase property in Costa Rica and plan to visit with family fairly soon. I've been reading and inquiring on real estate, Costa Rican life and culture as well as the weather and the dialect of spanish (Puerto Rican spanish differs a bit).

Again thanks for accepting! :)
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Hi Edmond, maybe you'll find our blogs interesting: https://american-european.net/Costa-Rica-Real-Estate-Blog and https://godutchrealty.com/Costa-Rica-Real-Estate-Blog where you'll find interesting topics about living in Costa Rica, moving to Costa Rica, residency, real estate and many others. Check it out.
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I have been researching bitcoin, litecoin, darkcoin and dogecoin for about 4 years on and off now. This includes wallets, exchanges and mobile applications.

The only thing I have not receive solid information or facts on ( because it is mostly based on opinion) is the best cryptocurrency exchange company.

So i am here to find out thoughts and opinions on this. So far I have spoken to representative from BItwage and research bitpay, as well as others. I want your thoughts and opinions on this "community".
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No, like I said, I prefer Ledger. But I think Bitbox is probably also a good choice. A lot of people like Trezor, but I've been somewhat underwhelmed. Just personal preference. I think all three would do the job they are required to do.
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Considering that Nintendo did the same with the Chrono Trigger fan remake, I really do not find this surprising at all!

Disappointing, but not surprisong!
"...just as Nintendo respects the intellectual property rights of others, we must also protect our own."
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Just a verbal thanks to those that joined up, in this community. Thanks to all!
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Just the core of the way they do business is unacceptable. They do not accept appointments in advance, and do not cater to those who work normal day schedules. This specific locations customer service skills are lacking especially with the blonde female over the counter. Stay away from this shop.
Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
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Good at sales good pricing and arrangements for financing, but will sell you are car with an old battery, that will not hold a charge nor will they be willing to replace it. John johnson good salesman, general sales, and customer service is lacking. I would not fully recommend this dealership.
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