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More / Bitcoin Reddit - 4 hours ago

Any easy ways to time lock Bitcoin?

I wanted to try out time locking Bitcoin, but it looks like it can only be done with scripting. Are there any GUI clients like Electrum that allow time locking of Bitcoin transactions? Wanted to try out delaying or locking a transaction for, say, 100...

More / Bitcoin Reddit - 4 hours ago

Michael Saylor says: Sam used stolen & counterfeit money to corrupt the establishment & undermine #bitcoin. This is just the tip of the iceberg. How many other journalists, academics, money managers, politicians, charities, influencers, & lobbyists did he

https://www.axios.com/2022/12/09/bankman-fried-funded-crypto-news-site-block?utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=editorial&utm_medium=social Michael Saylor says: Sam used stolen & counterfeit money to corrupt the establishment & und...

More / Bitcoin Reddit - 6 hours ago

Bitcoin ATM in London, UK

I read that BTC ATMs are illegal in the UK since March of this year, but I still see some on some online locators. Are those still functioning and reliable? submitted by /u/knife3 [link] [comments]

More / Bitcoin Reddit - 8 hours ago

Bullish on Bitcoin

Was, is, always will be. Every time I check the subscribers on this sub, it's rising, to the moon. The only indicator that matters. (Not a financial advice, although...) submitted by /u/FunkyMuse [link] [comments]

More / Bitcoin Reddit - 10 hours ago

I'll give you 500 sats as a tip

I will give you 500 free sats to then give to others or keep. As you wish. I recently discovered there is a tip bot that you can use in the bitcoin sub (and I think others). The great thing about it is that althought you can get yourself a lightning...

More / Bitcoin Reddit - 13 hours ago

I read this today and it totally hit home.

The absolute scarcity of bitcoin combined with the fractional reserve games played by major banks, exchanges, and 'stablecoins,' in a macro environment primed for major currency inflation, means every person on this planet is unintentionally...

More / Bitcoin Reddit - 13 hours ago

Node on my everyday WIN-PC?

I'm looking into running my own node, but I would like to safe some money. Can I run a Node on the Windows PC I use every day? Does it matter that its turned of for maybe 15 hours a day? submitted by /u/doyounodegay [link] [...