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More / Bitcoin Reddit - 2 hours ago

Bitcoin is too hard to buy

Not saying I’m struggling to buy Bitcoin. Not saying it’s a difficult process to join an exchange and buy that way. But it’s far too hard to have the average person to buy.I’ll use my dad as an example. He likes investing in random things and isn’t a...

by COINS NEWS - 3 hours ago

Daily General Discussion - June 29, 2022 (GMT+0)

Welcome to the Daily General Discussion thread. Please read the disclaimer and rules before participating. & Disclaimer: Consider all information posted here with several liberal heaps of salt, and always cross check any information you may read on...

More / Bitcoin Reddit - 4 hours ago

SEC reiterates that only Bitcoin and other coins without ICO's are commodities while others like Ethereum are securities due to their initial coin offering. ETF if approved can only be for commodities. Not unregistered securities.

When r/Bitcoin moderators began censoring content and banning users they disagreed with, r/btc became a community for free and open crypto discussion. This happened long before the creation of Bitcoin Cash. Today, r/btc users can discuss any Bitcoin-...

by COINS NEWS - 4 hours ago

Can someone explain the benefits of staking ethereum?

Seems like 3-5% apy on cex or pooled staking platforms isn’t really worth the opportunity cost of liquidity, especially when the merge deadline keeps getting pushed back. Why would staking be better than just holding ethereum? If the price stays low,...

More / Bitcoin Reddit - 5 hours ago

= boredom

Bitcoin is the currency of the Internet: a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Unlike traditional currencies such as dollars, bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company,...