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Bitcoin - The Internet of Money

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Financial Cryptography

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Is it possible to see Bitcoin transactions by US state?

Dear bitcoiners, Is it possible to get transaction data, maybe number of wallets, volume, etc. by US state? Any insights greatly appreciated!
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[Question] Is there a way to see Bitcoin Transaction volume per country or even city?

I was just trying to find transaction volume according to each country and possibly per city. If you have any links please share them!
Also, if you can't find by country, any place I can find by currency?
I'm looking towards Canadian transaction volume.
EDIT: I founds this: http://bitcoincharts.com/markets/currency/CAD.html - Let me know if you find anything else
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See Coinbase BTC purchases on blockchain?

I have a Coinbase account and have bought a small amount of Bitcoin. I can see my Bitcoin balance in the Coinbase app.
Should I be able to see those purchases on blockchain.com if I paste in my wallet address? Or do you only see Bitcoin transactions with others?
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10-25 16:27 - 'Who wants a currency that has unreasonable transaction fees? / At once point bitcoin used to want to be money. Now you just see it as an "asset." Something to be speculated. Is that really all you want from bitcoin? / Mo...' by /u/truthtortoise removed from /r/Bitcoin within 93-103min

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Who wants a currency that has unreasonable transaction fees?
At once point bitcoin used to want to be money. Now you just see it as an "asset." Something to be speculated. Is that really all you want from bitcoin?
Monero transactions are less than a penny
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09-14 08:15 - 'because say you have a large amount of bitcoin and you transact with someone they can pretty easily see how much bitcoin you have on the public ledger. We wouldn't be happy if every time we used our credit cards the...' by /u/mrelevenoutoften removed from /r/Bitcoin within 100-110min

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because say you have a large amount of bitcoin and you transact with someone they can pretty easily see how much bitcoin you have on the public ledger. We wouldn't be happy if every time we used our credit cards the cashier could say our entire balance so why should we be happy about that with bitcoin? Privacy concerns are becoming more of a mainstream issue and I should expect this to be reflected in the adoption of monero.
Furthermore bitcoin is not fungible. Say you receive bitcoin rather than send and the person is shady unbeknowst to you, you could now get into trouble or have your BTC seized on a centralised exchange because that bitcoin is "tainted". Due to the private nature of Monero you wouldn't have to worry about such a thing.
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A common response I see to justifying high transaction fees is: "If Bitcoin hits $100,000 then I don't care about paying a $500 fee!" That is a very selfish and short-sighted view.

It's very SELFISH and short-sighted to justify high transaction fees just because you think the coin might hit $100,000.
The higher fees go, the more of the world is shut off from the ability to avail themselves of the freedom of money. So just because you can afford it, doesn't mean that the rest of the world can. Bitcoin is about helping the WORLD.
To these people who justify high fees with a high price: Think a little outside yourself and stop being so selfish.
 
(This is a follow-up to the video I recently made predicting how high will BTC fees go next bull run: https://youtu.be/xcGxjb_PsiM )
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“I see Bitcoin as ultimately becoming a reserve currency for banks, playing much the same role as gold did in the early days of banking. Banks could issue digital cash with greater anonymity and lighter weight, more efficient transactions.” – Hal Finney

“I see Bitcoin as ultimately becoming a reserve currency for banks, playing much the same role as gold did in the early days of banking. Banks could issue digital cash with greater anonymity and lighter weight, more efficient transactions.” – Hal Finney submitted by Jerling66 to B21Invest [link] [comments]

Miners when they see my (1.4sat / vbyte) transaction (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Miners when they see my (1.4sat / vbyte) transaction (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

"If Bitcoin hits $100k, I don't care about paying a $500 transaction fee!" (common statement I see) — Why This is Selfish & Short-Sighted

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How can people use illegitimately obtained Bitcoin if the transactions are public and you can see when they would buy something with it?

I have been listening to podcasts about people selling drugs over the internet for crypto, as well as people scamming others. However it is my understanding is that the blockchain is open for all to see and validate transactions, so if you can see the account that the crypto has gone to, surely you just need to watch the account and when they try to use the money, go to the company they tried to trade with and ask for their details?
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This is why BTC sees negative adoption. If the UX on the protocol sucks, it doesn't matter how great your wallet is. Use Bitcoin Cash instead for fast/affordable transactions.

This is why BTC sees negative adoption. If the UX on the protocol sucks, it doesn't matter how great your wallet is. Use Bitcoin Cash instead for fast/affordable transactions. submitted by maplesyrupsucker to btc [link] [comments]

A common response I see to justifying high transaction fees is: "If Bitcoin hits $100,000 then I don't care about paying a $500 fee!" That is a very selfish and short-sighted view.

It's very SELFISH and short-sighted to justify high transaction fees just because you think the coin might hit $100,000.
The higher fees go, the more of the world is shut off from the ability to avail themselves of the freedom of money. So just because you can afford it, doesn't mean that the rest of the world can. Bitcoin is about helping the WORLD.
To these people who justify high fees with a high price: Think a little outside yourself and stop being so selfish.
 
(This is a follow-up to the video I recently made predicting how high will BTC fees go next bull run: https://youtu.be/xcGxjb_PsiM )
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Memo.cash is an on-chain social network built on Bitcoin Cash. Memo is both a protocol and a front-end application. The protocol works by writing transactions to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain. Client applications can read these transactions to see the activity on the network.💡

Memo.cash is an on-chain social network built on Bitcoin Cash. Memo is both a protocol and a front-end application. The protocol works by writing transactions to the Bitcoin Cash blockchain. Client applications can read these transactions to see the activity on the network.💡 submitted by ojjordan78 to Bitcoincash [link] [comments]

"If Bitcoin hits $100k, I don't care about paying a $500 transaction fee!" (common statement I see) — Why This is Selfish & Short-Sighted

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"If Bitcoin hits $100k, I don't care about paying a $500 transaction fee!" (common statement I see) — Why This is Selfish & Short-Sighted

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LIVESTREAM today (Saturday) at 4:00pm UTC: Always wanted to become a Script developer? Bored b/c Corona? See you at 4:00pm then where I'll release Iguana, the new pretty & powerful Bitcoin Cash Transaction debugger, as well as the new handy bitcoin-cash crate for Rust!

LIVESTREAM today (Saturday) at 4:00pm UTC: Always wanted to become a Script developer? Bored b/c Corona? See you at 4:00pm then where I'll release Iguana, the new pretty & powerful Bitcoin Cash Transaction debugger, as well as the new handy bitcoin-cash crate for Rust!
Link to the stream at 4:00pm UTC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivy9lkiPwOM
Picture of the newly released Iguana Debugger:
isn‘t it pretty?
I‘ve been able to publish the following pieces of software:
Docs are still lacking, but I will update them in due time. All opcodes are well documented already.
Due to popular demand, I will also host a livestream on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivy9lkiPwOM, 4:00pm UTC):
  • I‘ll walk you through setting up the development environment on a new machine (on Windows 10, because it‘s THE WORST use linux or mac guys ), i.e. Visual Studio Build Tools, Rust, VSCode and rust-analyzer.
  • I‘ll setup a small project with the bitcoin-cash crate and connect it with the Iguana UI.
  • I‘ll briefly explain how Script works by toying around with some opcodes.
  • I‘ll then actually get work done and implement the simplest contract of CashNumbers (the one that creates the NFT1 child token), which demonstrates a real world example.
Now more than ever would be a great time to develop new skills, and with the new tools I‘ve just published, that‘ll be easier than ever.
You‘re welcome to join and ask questions. There are no dumb questions (Script is a pretty unexplored territory tbh) as long as they are on the topic!
Donations are welcome: bitcoincash:qqcj96s449qmxhzrmvmpewynswpze2d72c0kvlkz9e
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06-19 18:54 - 'We see Billion-dollar transactions happen over bitcoin all the time. Sometimes it costs less than a dollar. / It's no different than sending a penny's worth to your buddy from one wallet to another. The blockchain doesn't char...' by /u/maxcoiner removed from /r/Bitcoin within 4-14min

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We see Billion-dollar transactions happen over bitcoin all the time. Sometimes it costs less than a dollar.
It's no different than sending a penny's worth to your buddy from one wallet to another. The blockchain doesn't charge any more fees for more coins used; it charges only by how much data your transaction takes up in the blockchain, which is never that much and unrelated to the amount.
Buying that much without AML/KYC is of course the challenge. You'll need to accumulate smaller amounts from exchanges like these until you have what you need: [[link]2
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We should have a test with all crypto payment processors world-wide to see if users can reverse their Bitcoin Core (BTC) transactions. It would be the end of Lambo.

We should have a test with all crypto payment processors world-wide to see if users can reverse their Bitcoin Core (BTC) transactions. It would be the end of Lambo. submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Hi! We used Bitcoin Cash to make a purchase, but we have previously only used Bitcoin. The wallet shows the transaction was sent but the merchant doesn’t see it on their end. It’s been over 12 hours. Anyone have any idea what happened? Are there any protections in place? Or are we just SOL?

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06-12 11:34 - 'Me Seeing The Dip, Me Trying to Buy in The Dip, Me realizing my banks and credit cards all reject crypto transactions' (i.imgur.com) by /u/thatiswhathappened removed from /r/Bitcoin within 4-14min

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05-28 07:34 - 'I have Bitcoin transactions dating from the Genesis Block. Do you want to see?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/tinycoin removed from /r/Bitcoin within 4-14min

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05-18 04:24 - 'its the software that calculates the fee that is the issue, and its a common thing across all services that uses em. look at the chain and you'll see that most transactions pay 20 to 100x more than they need to in fees f...' by /u/OverLeveraged14 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 2-12min

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its the software that calculates the fee that is the issue, and its a common thing across all services that uses em. look at the chain and you'll see that most transactions pay 20 to 100x more than they need to in fees for a long time following a day of high traffic.pretty clear example going on right now. [[link]2
edit : always use a wallet that lets you set custom fees.
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