Do stuff for some coin or give it away, it's just that easy!
Want to earn some coin? Want to give some coin? Want to exchange coin for tasks or objects no matter how serious or silly? Then this is the place for you! There are many subreddits that pay you for tasks but this one is just for cryptocurrency! That's right any cryptocurrency is welcome here so go a head and make a post! Contests are welcome too!
Im trying to think of a way that I can give bitcoin as a gift. I believe the pre-loaded physical bitcoins cant be shipped to the US. Does anyone have ideas of where i can find a trusted source for a physical bitcoin that i can load? i have found "commemorative" coins so maybe if i cant find one i can load ill get the commemorative coin and make a paper wallet to give with the coin. Thanks for your help
Huge critic here please excuse my autism. Can we have physical bitcoin? This would shit on the dollar as the " I can't hold it so its fake" argument would die. What if we just wrote the address on back of the physical coins?
I mean how would we verify them? How would we prevent theft? Would people like the idea? Seems most modern folks just like to swipe a card anyway.
I predict that if we will have physical bitcoins like cash, they will have a small sealed chip that can sign its validity. Either on coins or on cards that have a certain denomination that you keep in your (physical) wallet. Then we will truly have Bitcoin Cash ✌🏻
I am happy to announce, I just released PixelPortfolio, an android app which shows your physical holdings of crypto, in fun pixelart coins and bars. Both bitcoin core and bitcoin cash are listed. Check the comments for llink to the playstore.
In 41 seconds I repair a patch panel for a chemical plant foreman for bitcoin mining that ingeniously produces physical gold coins, and then assassinated by a Klansman wearing military-grade regalia while trying to get out the door. This game has a prolific story.
How do I import this physical coin's QR code to Coinbase?
Ok, I'm really new to cryptocurrency, in general. Today, a friend gifted me a Sartori coin (.001 bitcoin physical coin). I was advised to download Coinbase, which I've done. However, they don't have a feature to scan the QR code on the Sartori coin. It seems the only way to get the value is to literally scan it. There aren't any long codes or anything like that. How do I do this? What do I do? Help.
Watch bitcoin value(size) grow in this physical gold coin representation
Recently I was wondering how much gold a Bitcoin is currently worth. I calculated that it would just need a coin, little bigger than a 2 Euro coin. Since this is an easy calculation, but can be a good visualization of the worth of a Bitcoin, I created a dynamic representation of it in Java Script. It checks for the current Bitcoin price from blockchain.info and calculates the necessary amount of gold to pay for it. Based on the thickness of a euro coin, it also determines the size of such a coin and displays it in the right ratio. For comparison it also shows the size the required gold coin at bitcoins all time high, and 5 years before (with a much smaller thickness, so the coin is still visible^^) Hope you like it ;)
Hi all, I was just wondering if anybody out there might be able to help me with a little bit of an issue that I have. I actually am one of the old Bitcoin physical coin collectors and actually purchased some of Titan mint coins several years ago. Recently I decided to go ahead and take a good audit of what all I had in terms of digital assets and came across a website that allowed me to explore the different Bitcoin addresses that I have and see what the Bitcoin Forks associated with those addresses were. Well you can imagine my surprise when that website showed that I was not eligible for any of the Bitcoin Gold Forks for the Titan mint coins. Now I did a little bit of research online and I found that there were some kind of problems related to the two-factor authentication coins. Neither of these coins that I purchased were supposed to be two-factor authenticator coins but rather coins that have the private key simply embedded under the sticker. Either way I was just wondering if the community has had any experience with these Titan mint coins and whether they to have had issues trying to redeem Bitcoin cash under these coins. It should also be noted that I am not attempting to redeem these coins, but rather and attempting to understand what my digital assets are and what Forks that my assets are eligible for. Thanks in advance for your support. Edit: The missing fork is Bitcoin Gold, not cash.
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Plans for a physical coin were announced late last year, but appear to have been shelved for the time being. 10. DIY coins. There is another way of getting your hands on a physical bitcoin ... There are many cryptocurrencies like bitcoin such as Litecoin, ripple, ethereum, IOTA, Kodak and many more all with their own rates, we at Physical Bit Coin LTD deal in the three main currencies BTC, Litecoin and Ripple as it looks like they are going to be around for a very long time. The physical Bitcoins, called Casascius Bitcoins and created by a guy in Utah named Mike Caldwell, are made of brass, with gold electroplating on the 25 Bitcoin denomination. The term “physical bitcoin” is used to describe any physical coin that contains or has a digital bitcoin value attached to it. Titan coins are widely considered to be the highest quality physical bitcoins currently in existence, and they are available in a variety of bitcoin denominations and highly collectible precious metals including pure Gold and pure Silver. A physical bitcoin holds the coin's public address and a hidden private key. The intention with a physical bitcoin is that the value of the coin has not and cannot be spent as long as the private key remains hidden. The security of physical bitcoins depends on the tamper-evident seal, and is usually not very strong. At hackathons and bitcoin meetups it has been demonstrated that the tamper ...
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