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A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
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Litecoin Mining Parts - Litecoin Mining Hardware

Litecoin Mining Parts are a small UK based company with a passion for Bitcoin and Litecoins. We have built both Bitcoin and Litecoin mining rigs and know a thing or two about the essential parts required. Through a case of trial and error, we have managed to find the best materials for building mining rigs and have sourced only the highest of quality parts available on the market.
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Elon Musk's and Bill Gates' Twitter accounts appear to have been hacked as part of a bitcoin giveaway scam

Elon Musk's and Bill Gates' Twitter accounts appear to have been hacked as part of a bitcoin giveaway scam submitted by riga2o12 to italy [link] [comments]

[Twitter Hacked] Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Bill Gates appear to have had their Twitter accounts hacked as part of a bitcoin giveaway scam

[Twitter Hacked] Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, and Bill Gates appear to have had their Twitter accounts hacked as part of a bitcoin giveaway scam submitted by wilsonhlacerda to privacytoolsIO [link] [comments]

Reminder: you can buy part of a Bitcoin (Satoshi = Sat)

Reminder: you can buy part of a Bitcoin (Satoshi = Sat) submitted by dan_held to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

After i buy a small part of a bitcoin or i sell something for part of a bitcoin, what will happen?

Will i have to owe money to anyone or anything like have debt or anything? Or as soon as i get that bitcoin part im safe and the only thing i have to worry about is if bitcoin value drops. Im not over 18 and i just wanna know more about it and know if i will have to lose money and stress over it and everyting. Basically what im asking is what happens after i get a bitcoin.
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FOR BEGINNERS: Which are the best places to buy your first parts of a bitcoin?

As the number of bitcoin owners is still very low if you compare it to other methods of payment or asset classes it might be helpful if the beginners get some hints from the more experienced guys.
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Can I Buy Part of A Bitcoin?

Can I Buy Part of A Bitcoin? submitted by fintekneeks to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Does it make to buy part of a Bitcoin?

I want to buy Bitcoin, but since I can’t afford to buy 1, is it wise to buy half one?
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: IMO: Everyone in this thread should delay FIRE by a few months so they can acquire 1 BTC (or a part of a Bitcoin) as a hedge. /r/financialindependence

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: IMO: Everyone in this thread should delay FIRE by a few months so they can acquire 1 BTC (or a part of a Bitcoin) as a hedge. /financialindependence submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: IMO: Everyone in this thread should delay FIRE by a few months so they can acquire 1 BTC (or a part of a Bitcoin) as a hedge. /r/financialindependence

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: IMO: Everyone in this thread should delay FIRE by a few months so they can acquire 1 BTC (or a part of a Bitcoin) as a hedge. /financialindependence submitted by SimilarAdvantage to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

If you can buy PART of a bitcoin ($1), how does that affect its value when 1 full bitcoin goes up (assuming price $4000)?

How could I mathematically calculate this? Are these fractions of BTC called Satoshis?
If I have $1 worth of bitcoin but BTC goes up $100 in value ($4000 $4100) what happens to my $1 worth?
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MRW someone tipped me part of a Bitcoin on a thread in this sub

MRW someone tipped me part of a Bitcoin on a thread in this sub submitted by ifindkarma to HighQualityGifs [link] [comments]

Can I Buy Part of A Bitcoin?

Can I Buy Part of A Bitcoin? submitted by fintekneeks to btc [link] [comments]

I have a beagleboard that came as part of a bitcoin mining appliance and I broke linux. Offering a reward for the solution.

THIS PROBLEM HAS BEEN SOLVED.
I received a brand new KnC Saturn bitcoin miner TODAY. I promptly logged into ssh to configure the miner and made a mistake that has caused the appliance not to boot.
I am willing to offer $200 in reward, by paypal or bitcoin to the person or persons who helps me get this miner working. If it starts working, I will award the entire sum to those who helped in a sum divisible at my discretion.
This is the KncMiner Saturn, the miner I received today.
Here is a picture of the the controller board
This is the front of the beaglebone attched to the controller
Here is a picture of the back of the beaglebone
I have no experience with beagle boards, though I am comfortable with Raspberry Pi's, and pretty comfortable with linux (though I'm questioning that considering my current predicament).
Here's a synopsis:
The beagleboard runs a custom linux firmware developed by KnCminer with a bitcoin mining program called cgminer. The interface is accessible primarily from a web interface, secondarily by ssh.
I am nearly certain that the only problem is that I removed a file that the board is searching for on boot. There is a directory called /config/ that directory contains mining configuration files.
I issued
mv /config/cgminer.conf.factory /config/cgminer.conf 
which effectively deleted /config/cgminer.conf.factory. This has rendered they system only partially bootable. The system lights up and it responds to ping, but I cannot access the system by ssh or by the web interface.
I believe that all I need to do is to get into the beaglebone and cp the cgminer.conf file back to cgminer.conf.factory in order to enable regular boot.
In addition, I may have exacerbated the problem by attempting a hardware reset described on page 5 of this manual.
The company, KncMiner, does offer a support page with clean firmwares, but I don't know how to apply any of these to a non-working system.
I am more than willing to answer any questions. As I stated, I will award $200 in bitcoin or paypal to the person or persons who helps me get this miner working. The payout will only occur if this thread results in a solution. I will award the entire prize at my discretion to those who help at a ratio of my determination.
UPDATE 6:30am 10/22/2013: I glad to see bonez656 post that this is happening to someone else. I am currently trying to acquire a complete dd image of the saturn/jupiter so I can reflash my beaglebone. If this works, I plan to offer 1/2 of the reward to bonez656 and the other half to whoever provides the dd image.
UPDATE 7am 10/22/2013: I received support from Emilia at KnC that may make a flash unncessary. The miner has an Emergency State that may allow me to access SSH and restore the bad file. I will attempt this first and follow up around 5pm EST with details.
UPDATE 4pm 10/23/2013: The miner is up and running! I'll be providing 0.25 BTC to bonez656 for providing comments that got me closest to the solution.
The solution actually came from KnC miner support:
  1. Shut down the power;
  2. Disconnect 12V power cables from all the ASIC boards;
  3. Turn the power on.
  4. The miner will start, and red LED will light up eventually - it is in errored state "No ASIC board found"
  5. SSH into the miner, restore factory configuration files (sample network.conf.factory and cgminer.conf.factory attached)
  6. sync (issue sync command in the command line interface)
  7. Turn the power off.
  8. Plug in back all the 12V cables to the ASIC boards.
  9. Turn the power on.
  10. Happy mining!
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Should I purchase part of a bitcoin now whilst studying uni and working part time /r/Bitcoin

Should I purchase part of a bitcoin now whilst studying uni and working part time /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Does it make to buy part of a Bitcoin? /r/Bitcoin

Does it make to buy part of a Bitcoin? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

If you can buy PART of a bitcoin ($1), how does that affect its value when 1 full bitcoin goes up (assuming price $4000)? /r/BitcoinBeginners

If you can buy PART of a bitcoin ($1), how does that affect its value when 1 full bitcoin goes up (assuming price $4000)? /BitcoinBeginners submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Just bought my first bitcoin! (Well part of a bitcoin)

I just bought 50 dollars worth of bitcoins (.054 bitcoins I think) just for the hell of it to see what happens and to learn more about bitcoin. Lets hope it just keeps going up!
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: ELI5: How parts of a bitcoin are a thing /r/explainlikeimfive

Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: ELI5: How parts of a bitcoin are a thing /explainlikeimfive submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I'm going to try to give the third commenter here 75 parts of a bitcoin.

K.
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Do I own part of a Bitcoin, or is my account just credited with the number 0.5?

I realized I may have misunderstood a part of Bitcoin; namely what Bitcoin do I own 0.5 of? Does it have a name or code registered somewhere?
Or have I misunderstood and my address is only credited with 0.5 and the blockchain ensures that I can't double spend it?
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Can I Buy Part of A Bitcoin?

Can I Buy Part of A Bitcoin? submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Become part of a bitcoin community that helps other donate to each others causes through bitcoins

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Bitcoin: How Cryptocurrencies Work - YouTube How to Buy a Car with Bitcoin Streamer Anomaly, was donated part of a Bitcoin on Stream!!! Bitcoin (Part 2) Anatomy of a Bitcoin Wallet

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Bitcoin: How Cryptocurrencies Work - YouTube

Start trading Bitcoin and cryptocurrency here: http://bit.ly/2Vptr2X Bitcoin is the first decentralized digital currency. All Bitcoin transactions are docume... OMG! HE GOT PART OF A BITCOIN! Twitch.tv/anomaly (Streamer in Clip) Twitter.com/0rbitPlays (me) A lot of people in this part of the World now buy their cars online and the cars are shipped to them from Japan, UK etc. A cool way to pay online these days is to pay via Bitcoin. How to setup up with a bitcoin account to get $1 worth of bitcoins part 1 - Duration: 21:58. davincij15 17,296 views. 21:58. Language: English Location: United States ... Part 1 of a Free Technology Workshop on Bitcoin. Focuses on the basics of the payment system and he cryptographic techniques are applied for identification, transactions, mining and the block ...

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