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  • BFG   •   Tue, Nov 14th, '17 06:00   •   44 replies, 2307 views

I don't plan on using or buying Bitcoins
27% (448 votes)
Not using, but plan to in the future
8% (137 votes)
I've used Bitcoins to buy products
36% (596 votes)
I trade
4% (68 votes)
I'm a horder
3% (51 votes)
I don't understand Bitcoins
22% (360 votes)
Total votes: 1660

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  • Mega Steroids's picture
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  • Mega Steroids
  • 1 week ago

There are some alternatives also https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECXfy1c1b9g

  • Beast1988's picture
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  • Beast1988
  • 1 month ago

It's extremely easy now to buy and use crypto. Download "cash app" to buy the bitcoin and you can use "enjinwallet" to store lots of different coins in one wallet. After you buy the coins send themto your source and store the extra in the wallet. Done.

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Help me then lol its confusing

  • GaryNichols's picture
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  • GaryNichols
  • 2 months ago

I’m one of the 22% in the poll who don’t really understand Bitcoin. I would like to use it to buy from suppliers on here but there are too many wallets, etc and I have no clue which to go with. They all seem to take different payment methods and many of the sites seem shady.

  • swoller87's picture
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blockchain is the best wallet in my opinion...never one issue with it and I do believe its the original and best?

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  • swoller87
  • 1 month ago

A lot of people cant have bank accounts? I cant ever have a bank account? Its became very expienseve to buy btc for me. Cheaper to send other ways. For example my local BTC atm charges 100$ so if I get 200$ I'm only getting 100$ in BTC. Its getting too ridiculous. If you didn't get in early and cash in your too late. Pyramid scheme in the long run but will see. And lets be honest most people are not rich or even middle class so 100$ is a lot to them I know its really not but when u have kids and bills and child support and no trust fund or land from mommy and daddy and no real help? Its just not realistic.

I would like to add that btc has gotten easier and cheaper here laltey paying 100 for 85 to 90$ worth of btc. So not to bad I wish it wasn't so much of a fee but hey its no different than MG or WU fees ive paid 35$ to send money. So I guess I cant complain anymore.

  • robxl12321's picture
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I was about to day mine is only 6 dollars on every 100 I use nothing but bitcoin anymore

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  • Jeckllnhyde
  • 6 months ago

Are more suppliers going with bitcoin? It makes sense if they do

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  • Liquidz
  • 6 months ago

Taking a huge hit atm after that unrealistic peak.
Didn't Japan drop bitcoin after an untraceable heist?
I'll stick to cash

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  • Mr.Asteroids
  • 7 months ago

BitCoins is good to buy/sell pharma products. But BitCoin is trackable cryptocurrency and there is more other famous cryptocurrency which is more anonymous like Dash,Zcash, Monero and etc. Wish to use them instead of BitCoins, but it's very difficult right now cause 99% of all sources currently not accept them as a payment method. Really hope they will.

  • AlwaysKookin's picture
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Exactly. Dash, Monero, Zcash are all great anonymous methods to pay and very established cryptos.

I trade daily on multiple crypto exchanges. If any sources have any questions about cryptos or need help setting up ways to accept payment for multiple cryptos, as well as investing those funds as they will appreciate greatly, hit me up. I'm not law enforcement and can verify any way you'd like and I won't ever ask for any information that could ever be in the least bit personal. Just happy to help out sources as I've gained a ton from the eroids community over the years.

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  • eclipse35
  • 8 months ago

I swear I have done a lot of research but I have a question or two about using Bitcoin for making donations to sources on here. Would anyone be willing to help explain some things to me?

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For those who don't understand bitcoins, this might help: https://lopp.net/bitcoin.html

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  • eclipse35
  • 8 months ago
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I've read that for days lol trying to study. I'm somewhat confused if there is a difference between "buying" bitcoins and "sending" them.

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Yes. Buying bitcoins is like getting paid. Bitcoins get put into your electronic wallet.
Sending is like paying for something. Bitcoins get taken out of your wallet and put into someone elses.

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  • jsull36
  • 8 months ago

I bought in in july of last year when it was around 600$ a coin, now its playing around at almost 13k :)

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It’s actually around $6,200 as of today.........

  • jayisk's picture
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sounds like trading stocks with these fluctuations in rate.

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  • Karl JR
  • 9 months ago

Not really feeling all this bitcoin stuff that's going on. I've used bitcoin but not to buy any gear. I much prefer to transfer straight from the bank account, so much easier. I think one has to take into account also for the fees that can happen with bitcoin, I don't have that issue with a simple bank transfer.

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  • BFG
  • 9 months ago

For those who don't understand bitcoins, this might help: https://lopp.net/bitcoin.html

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  • Meinuntergang
  • 9 months ago

What if I told you that it's not too late to profit off Cryptocurrency? What if we created a group of exclusively Eroids members to coordinate precise trades, for pump and dump? The idea needs lots of refinement, regulation and explaination. But, in all honesty I think it's doable.

An outline of how to get set in motion:

1- creation of the group -
a- inviting members
b- sharing ideas and experiences
c- establishing concensus
d- creating leadership through knowledge demonstration

2- Code of conduct -
*** setting a code of honor, violations will result in immediate and permanent ban.
a- verification of actual holdings
b- verification of actual transactions 'before and after the coordinated effort'
c- verification of intent

3- Planning -
a- research
b- polling
c- agreement

4- Practice -
a- finding and agreeing on a single exchange to use for trading.
b- finding coins to pump
c- setting a time in which all participants shall execute trades.
d- agreeing on profit percentage before the coin is dumped
e- verification of each and every transaction: exchange, time, coin, amount, percentage, and execution.

There will be a lot of tools, apps, tips and other necessary mechanism that need to be adopted by all members.

Above ALL, every move will have to be voted on and agreed upon by ALL. In instances where the number of participants is smaller than the number of group members, participants can coordinate their trade privately in a sub-group or via pm/telegram/discord/etc to unsure 0 corruption.

We can start with very small amounts. $10-20 worth of cryptos per person and see what happens.

What do you guys think?

  • DSTER's picture
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I’m not very hip on bitcoin but I would imagine the daily volume is astronomical. Be tuff for a pump and dump no?

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  • Meinuntergang
  • 9 months ago
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You buy sleeper coins with fractions of a Bitcoin, pump the volume, increase price and demand, then abruptly pull out with original investment amount +15-20% profit. The key is to accept incremental and small profits, because gambling big time can backfire. In a single weekend ' during the BCH/BTG vs BTC' I turned $3300 or 0.5 btc at the time into 2.9 btc approx $21000, then back to 0.89 btc about $6400 at the time. Then, held it it and sold at $7940 per btc and bought again at $7500 per btc, as a result the 0.89 got to 0.94. Bit more than I could chew and learn ed a hard lesson, even though I'm up. So it's definitely not for the weak, and definitely not for money you can't afford to lose.

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It’s all gambling, it’s fun and intense but at the end of the day it’s gambling lol. But your right always take profits. It’s all about entry and exit points, easier said then done but that’s what it’s about. I used to fuck w microcaps w super low floats when I was young. They were fun, very, very easy to move and manipulate.

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  • Meinuntergang
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I don't even know what that is haha

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Well I’m sure if your into this you will be swing and day trading before you know it. Futures is where it’s at open 24/7

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  • bundlz
  • 9 months ago

I dont trust it i think it will crash someday.. there are to much illigal activitys involved with bitcoins like buying dope,guns,extortion,roids etc

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That's where Bitcoin gained is popularity now there are ATMs in a Small Town Mall where I live where you can draw your Bitcoin money and spend it. However you please... it's gone mainstream and it's only going up from this point

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  • wanted
  • 9 months ago

Is there a bitcoin for dummies. Cause im in then

  • Jayzgainz's picture
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It really is pretty simple. I had no idea of what to do when I started. And if you just want to use it for online purchases ie: amazon.com and only keep a small amount in there you can keep an online wallet which is pretty easy to set up. Happy to help if I can, shoot me a pm