First time I heard about bitcoin was back in 2012, it was one of my best friends who was a geek that told me (we were 14 years old), in 2014 (or 15) he built his first pc by selling off some of his bitcoin. I remember back then staying up for days trying to buy bitcoin after that (also wanted a pc) but 95% of places didn’t support my country and the rest, I was too young for. I even tried tor browser and some sites there, though they weren’t so appealing. It seems every now and then new technologies or markets come up and some of those who invest in them early or utilize them are greatly rewarded. So here’s my 2 questions for y’all, 1. When did you first hear of bitcoin and how? 2.Where do people who’ve heard of bitcoin from the start, the internet and such technologies find them? It seems if you truly believed in any of these early on you’d be well off now.
Not sure but when I read this is “not real”, ,I started laughing ,just because I believe it is real but if u did say time travel is real then “one” might not believe it lol! Simpson’s predicted so it’s true! Bitcoin to the moon!
"When SegWit was activated, it caused a hard fork, and all the mining nodes and users who did not want to change started calling the original Bitcoin blockchain Bitcoin Cash (BCC)." - Sec. 8.1.2. NISTIR 8202 U.S. Department of Commerce National Institute of Standards and Technology
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] When did coinbase start predicting the future?
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Question: I buy my CC from a company called "BitoEx", but where does BitoEx get the CC that they sell me? How does this work, when you buy from a company? Did they buy from someone else first? Where did it all start? /r/Bitcoin
Comments are open, please correct NIST: "When SegWit was activated, it caused a hard fork, and all the mining nodes and users who did not want to change started calling the original Bitcoin blockchain Bitcoin Cash (BCC). Technically, Bitcoin is a fork and Bitcoin Cash is the original blockchain."
"When SegWit was activated, it caused a hard fork, and all the mining nodes and users who did not want to change started calling the original Bitcoin blockchain Bitcoin Cash (BCC)." - Sec. 8.1.2. NISTIR 8202 U.S. Department of Commerce National Institute of Standards and Technology /r/btc
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