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Hi Now that bitcoin cash is a thing, I would like to stock up on some. I got a wallet, that works from a introductory tip I got, but how do you get more of it, do you mine it? Is it profitable to mine? Or must you buy it through an exchange. If you buy it through an exchange, then your anominity disappears. Thanks
I just purchased $150 worth of bitcoin as I need to make a purchase. This is my first time ever using bitcoin as well so I have no idea what I’m doing. So I go to send the bitcoin to who I need to but blockchain is saying I have insufficient funds, I ended up buying $10 more because I though that it would pay off a transfer fee if there is one but didn’t work . How do I have insufficient funds if I’m sending money to someone, even if I put the amount at $10 worth of bitcoin to send for example, it still says insufficient so i am definitely doing something wrong as there is no way I’m paying a transfer fee off $150+ for a 10 dollar transfer. have 2 options to send from, my bitcoin wallet which has a balance of 0, and my BTC trading wallet which has the balance of the amount of bitcoin I purchased. I tried both and they both say insufficient funds. I’m suspecting that I may need to transfer my bitcoin to my Bitcoin Wallet? How do I do this I can seem to figure it out. Any help is appreciated, I’ve never even looked into anything bitcoin related until this purchase I’m making required me to use it, I’ve been spending my whole day tryna figure this stuff out and i finally thought I got it then I face this issue lol
Fastest way to get bitcoin for a purchase? And question about privacy
If I need bitcoins to make a purchase and I havent purchased coins in years What is the fastest way? Coinbase? Or will it take like days to get it? Also I noticed coinbase require a lot of information. If something was bought and the government is curious who did, they can just ask coinbase for the ID because they know money was spent there? And they will give who bought btc and where it was sent/ID? If something is sent to a name they will definately consider checking where that person have spent their money lately
Do it for your country. Move your coins, just as Mnuchin requests. Use a Coinstar machine and get Bitcoin!
Presuming this isn't another Twitter hack, the U.S. Treasury secretary just tweeted: "If you have extra coins at home, please use them to make purchases— or deposit them at the bank or exchange them for cash. Help get coins moving!"
[Update: DOH!! I forgot. You can only use Cash for the purchase of bitcoin using these Coinstar kiosks. Is there a way to cash in the voucher you get for the coins and then turn around and with the cash obtained use the kiosk again to get the bitcoin voucher?]
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