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  • More Coin is a utility token based on Ethereum technology that is used at More locations around the world.
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  • MORE coins trade on various cryptocurrency exchanges.
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  • Does Bitcoin guarantee an influx of free money?

    Since Bitcoin is a new technology, what it is and how it works may be initially unclear.

    But if no more coins are generated, what happens when Bitcoins are lost? Won’t that be a problem?

    Because of the law of supply and demand, when fewer bitcoins are available the ones that are left will be in higher demand, and therefore will have a higher value.So, as Bitcoins are lost, the remaining bitcoins will eventually increase in value to compensate.As the value of a bitcoin increases, the number of bitcoins required to purchase an item decreases.This is a deflationary economic model.As the average transaction size reduces, transactions will probably be denominated in sub-units of a bitcoin such as millibitcoins (“Millies”) or microbitcoins (“Mikes”).

    Is Bitcoin a bubble?

    Yes, in the same way as the euro and dollar are.They only have value in exchange and have no inherent value.If everyone suddenly stopped accepting your dollars, euros or bitcoins, the “bubble” would burst and their value would drop to zero.But that is unlikely to happen: even in Somalia, where the government collapsed 20 years ago, Somali shillings are still accepted as payment.

    Do you have to wait until my transactions are confirmed in order to buy or sell things with Bitcoin?

    YES, you do, IF the transaction is non-recourse.The Bitcoin reference software does not display transactions as confirmed until six blocks have passed (confirmations).As transactions are buried in the chain they become increasingly non-reversible but are very reversible before the first confirmation.Two to six confirmations are recommended for non-recourse situations depending on the value of the transactions involved.

    How do people use cryptocurrency?

    People use cryptocurrency for quick payments, to avoid transaction fees that regular banks charge, or because it offers some anonymity.Others hold cryptocurrency as an investment, hoping the value goes up.

    How to calculate probability?

    "Hey man, but girls and coins are two different things! I should know, I've seen at least one of each." Well, let me explain that these two problems are basically the same, that is, from the point of view of mathematics.Whether you want to toss a coin or ask a girl out, there are only two possibilities that can occur.In other words, if you assign the success of your experiment, be it getting tails or the girl agreeing to your proposal, to one side of the coin and the other option to the back of the coin, the coin toss probability will determine the answer.It all boils down to getting your hands on a coin that is weighted appropriately.

    Beyond Dogecoin: What Cryptos Are Worth Buying, Besides Bitcoin?

    Dogecoin.Good dog.

    Could miners collude to give themselves money or to fundamentally change the nature of Bitcoin?

    There are two questions in here.Let’s look at them separately.

    How are new bitcoins created?

    New bitcoins are generated by the network through the process of “mining”.In a process that is similar to a continuous raffle draw, mining nodes on the network are awarded bitcoins each time they find the solution to a certain mathematical problem (and thereby create a new block).Creating a block is a proof of work with a difficulty that varies with the overall strength of the network.The reward for solving a block is automatically adjusted so that, ideally, every four years of operation of the Bitcoin network, half the amount of bitcoins created in the prior 4 years are created.A maximum of 10,499,889.80231183 bitcoins were created in the first 4 (approx.) years from January 2009 to November 2012.Every four years thereafter this amount halves, so it should be 5,250,000 over years 4-8, 2,625,000 over years 8-12, and so on.Thus the total number of bitcoins in existence can never exceed 20,999,839.77085749 and counting.See Controlled Currency Supply.

    How divisible are bitcoins?

    A bitcoin can be divided down to 8 decimal places.Therefore, 0.00000001 BTC is the smallest amount that can be handled in a transaction.If necessary, the protocol and related software can be modified to handle even smaller amounts.

    What do I call the various denominations of bitcoin?

    Unlike most currencies, Bitcoin amounts are highly divisible.This has led to a desire to create names for smaller denominations of bitcoin amounts, especially since transactions involving whole bitcoins are no longer quite so common.Bitcoin is decentralized, so there is no organization that can set official names for units.Therefore, there are many different units with varying degrees of popularity.As of 2014, the most common units are bitcoins, bits, and satoshi: 1 bitcoin = 1 000 000.00 bits = 100 000 000 satoshi.

    Guide: What is Bitcoin and how does it work?

    When the richest person in the world gives his support to a virtual currency you know it’s big business.

    How does the peer finding mechanism work?

    Bitcoin finds peers primarily by forwarding peer announcements within its own network and each node saves a database of peers that it’s aware of, for future use.In order to bootstrap this process Bitcoin needs a list of initial peers, these can be provided manually but normally it obtains them by querying a set of DNS domain names which have automatically updated lists, if that doesn’t work it falls back to a built-in list which is updated from time to time in new versions of the software.In the reference software initial peers can also be specified manually by adding an addr.txt to the data directory or via the addnode parameter.

    If every transaction is broadcast via the network, does Bitcoin scale?

    The blockchain base layer is not very scalable but layer-2 technologies can be used to greatly increase bitcoin’s scale.Lightning Network is one example which uses smart contracts to build a network where payments are routed along a path instead of flooded to every peer.These payments can be nearly as secure and irreversible as blockchain transactions but have much better scalability (as well support instant payments which are much more private).Other possible layer-2 scalability technologies are sidechains or a bitcoin ecash chaumian bank.

    Can I buy bitcoins with Paypal?

    It is possible to buy physical bitcoins with PayPal but it is otherwise difficult and/or expensive to do so for non-physical bitcoins, because of significant risk to the seller.

    Do I need to configure my firewall to run Bitcoin?

    Bitcoin will connect to other nodes, usually on TCP port 8333.You will need to allow outgoing TCP connections to port 8333 if you want to allow your Bitcoin client to connect to many nodes.Testnet uses TCP port 18333 instead of 8333.

    I was sent some bitcoins and they haven’t arrived yet! Where are they?

    Don’t panic! There are a number of reasons why your bitcoins might not show up yet, and a number of ways to diagnose them.

    How does the halving work when the number gets really small?

    Eventually the reward will go from 0.00000001 BTC to zero and no more bitcoins will be created.

    What is a 70?

    NGC defines a Mint State or Proof 70 coin as having no post-production imperfections at 5x magnification.

    Why don’t we use calculations that are also useful for some other purpose?

    To provide security for the Bitcoin network, the calculations involved need to have some very specific features.These features are incompatible with leveraging the computation for other purposes.

    What are bitcoins?

    Bitcoins are the unit of currency of the Bitcoin system.A commonly used shorthand for this is “BTC” to refer to a price or amount (e.g.“100 BTC”).There are such things as physical bitcoins, but ultimately, a bitcoin is just a number associated with a Bitcoin Address.A physical bitcoin is simply an object, such as a coin, with the number carefully embedded inside.See also an easy intro to Bitcoin.

    Is it really different this time?

    Since the start of January, bitcoin’s value has risen by 85 per cent and in mid-April it hit the latest in a series of record highs at $65,000.Companies that operate in the digital currency sector are attracting a flood of money.In a recent (conventional) stock market flotation, investors valued Coinbase, the cryptocurrency exchange launched less than 10 years ago, at $72bn, putting it equal with BNP Paribas, a French bank with roots stretching back to 1848.

    How does the proof-of-work system help secure Bitcoin?

    Bitcoin uses the Hashcash proof of work with a minor adaption.

    How can blockchain power industrial manufacturing?

    Manufacturers are leveraging blockchain technology to enhance products throughout their lifecycle.

    Is Bitcoin open to value manipulation?

    The current low market cap of Bitcoin means that any investor with deep enough pockets can significantly change/manipulate the rate.

    How do I buy cryptocurrencies and what are the risks?

    In the UK the easiest way to access cryptocurrencies is to buy a portion of bitcoin on an established exchange such as Coinbase.Given that exchanges have suffered outages, been hacked or collapsed, this is the safest approach, though it is more expensive than other exchanges.

    How long will it take to generate all the coins?

    The last block that will generate coins will be block #6,929,999 which should be generated at or near the year 2140.The total number of coins in circulation will then remain static at 20,999,999.9769 BTC.

    How can we stop miners from creating zero transaction blocks?

    The incentive for miners to include transactions is in the fees that come along with them.If we were to implement some minimum number of transactions per block it would be trivial for a miner to create and include transactions merely to surpass that threshold.As the network matures, the block reward drops, and miners become more dependent on transactions fees to pay their costs, the problem of zero transaction blocks should diminish over time.

    What is cryptocurrency?

    Cryptocurrency is a type of digital currency that generally only exists electronically.There is no physical coin or bill unless you use a service that allows you to cash in cryptocurrency for a physical token.You usually exchange cryptocurrency with someone online, with your phone or computer, without using an intermediary like a bank.Bitcoin and Ether are well-known cryptocurrencies, but there are many different cryptocurrency brands, and new ones are continuously being created.

    What Are Cryptocurrencies?

    Before we take a closer look at some of these alternatives to Bitcoin, let’s step back and briefly examine what we mean by terms like cryptocurrency and altcoin.A cryptocurrency, broadly defined, is virtual or digital money which takes the form of tokens or “coins.” While some cryptocurrencies have ventured into the physical world with credit cards or other projects, the large majority remain entirely intangible.

    What if someone bought up all the existing Bitcoins?

    Bitcoin markets are competitive — meaning the price of a bitcoin will rise or fall depending on supply and demand at certain price levels.Only a fraction of bitcoins issued to date are found on the exchange markets for sale.So even though technically, a buyer with lots of money could buy all the bitcoins offered for sale, unless those holding the rest of the bitcoins offer them for sale as well, even the wealthiest, most determined buyer can’t get at them.

    Doesn’t Bitcoin unfairly benefit early adopters?

    Early adopters in Bitcoin are taking a risk and invested resources in an unproven technology.By so doing, they help Bitcoin become what it is now and what it will be in the future (hopefully, a ubiquitous decentralized digital currency).It is only fair they will reap the benefits of their successful investment.

    Is it not a waste of energy?

    Spending energy on creating and securing a free monetary system is hardly a waste.Also, services necessary for the operation of currently widespread monetary systems, such as banks and credit card companies, also spend energy, arguably more than Bitcoin would.

    Valuations: Do They Work in an Era of Extreme Change?

    Today's "Coin Toss" is all about valuations: how they are calculated and how meaningful they are during a time of transformational innovation.Joining guest host Nolan Bauerle for today's discussion is David Trainor, the New Constructs CEO, and Paul Brody, Global Head of Innovation at Ernst & Young.

    What is blockchain technology?

    A blockchain is a decentralized ledger of all transactions across a peer-to-peer network.Using this technology, participants can confirm transactions without a need for a central clearing authority.Potential applications can include fund transfers, settling trades, voting, and many other issues.

    How long does “synchronizing” take when the Bitcoin client is first installed? What’s it doing?

    The popular Bitcoin client software from implements a “full” Bitcoin node: It can carry out all the duties of the Bitcoin P2P system, it isn’t simply a “client”.One of the principles behind the operation of full Bitcoin nodes is that they don’t assume that the other participants have followed the rules of the Bitcoin system.During synchronization, the software is processing historical Bitcoin transactions and making sure for itself that all of the rules of the system have been correctly followed.

    What’s An NFT? And Why Are People Paying Millions To Buy Them?

    To venture capitalist Tusk, a broader theme emerges from the froth around crypto-related spending during the pandemic.

    Why is dogecoin rallying?

    For one, there's the Coinbase listing.The most popular U.S.virtual currency exchange went public on Wednesday, briefly hitting a $100 billion market cap in a landmark moment for cryptocurrencies.

    What is JPM Coin?

    JPM Coin is a permissioned, shared ledger system that serves as a payment rail and deposit account ledger, enabling participating J.P.Morgan clients to transfer US Dollars held on deposit with J.P.Morgan.JPM Coin facilitates real-time value movement, helping to solve common hurdles of traditional cross-border payments.

    Is Bitcoin a Ponzi scheme?

    In a Ponzi Scheme, the founders persuade investors that they’ll profit.Bitcoin does not make such a guarantee.There is no central entity, just individuals building an economy.

    Is mining used for some useful computation?

    The computations done when mining are internal to Bitcoin and not related to any other distributed computing projects.They serve the purpose of securing the Bitcoin network, which is useful.

    How do you get cryptocurrency?

    You can buy cryptocurrency through an online exchange platform.Some people earn cryptocurrency through a complex process called “mining,” which requires advanced computer equipment to solve highly complicated math puzzles.

    Where can I find a forum to discuss Bitcoin?

    Please visit the Community Portal for links to Bitcoin-related forums.

    What Are Cryptocurrencies?

    Cryptocurrencies are digital currencies that can be used for some online money transfers and purchases and a few rare offline purchases.Bitcoin is the most noteworthy cryptocurrency, but it is not alone in this new frontier.

    Where and how do you store cryptocurrency?

    Cryptocurrency is stored in a digital wallet, which can be online, on your computer, or on an external hard drive.But if something unexpected happens — your online exchange platform goes out of business, you send cryptocurrency to the wrong person, you lose the password to your digital wallet, or your digital wallet is stolen or compromised — you’re likely to find that no one can step in to help you recover your funds.And, because you typically transfer cryptocurrency directly without an intermediary like a bank, there is often no one to turn to if you encounter a problem.

    What’s the current total number of bitcoins in existence?

    Current count.

    Won’t loss of wallets and the finite amount of Bitcoins create excessive deflation, destroying Bitcoin?

    Worries about Bitcoin being destroyed by deflation are not entirely unfounded.Unlike most currencies, which experience inflation as their founding institutions create more and more units, Bitcoin will likely experience gradual deflation with the passage of time.Bitcoin is unique in that only a small amount of units will ever be produced (twenty-one million to be exact), this number has been known since the project’s inception, and the units are created at a predictable rate.

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    What happens when someone sends me a bitcoin but my computer is powered off?

    Bitcoins are not actually “sent” to your wallet; the software only uses that term so that we can use the currency without having to learn new concepts.Your wallet is only needed when you wish to spend coins that you’ve received.

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    Where Does Bitcoin Come From?

    It is easy to understand the history of the U.S.dollar.It was originally tied to the value of silver and gold.Since 1971, the dollar is backed by the “full faith and credit” of the U.S.government.

    Is It Too Late to Profit From Bitcoin?

    Like with the stock market, you would need a crystal ball to answer this question for sure, but many skeptics say Bitcoin may be past its peak.However, big fans of digital currencies say Bitcoin could increase tremendously over time.

    What if someone creates a new block chain, or a new digital currency that renders Bitcoin obsolete?

    That the block chain cannot be easily forked represents one of the central security mechanisms of Bitcoin.Given the choice between two block chains, a Bitcoin miner always chooses the longer one – that is to say, the one with the more complex hash.Thusly, it ensures that each user can only spend their bitcoins once, and that no user gets ripped off.

    How much will the transaction fee be? / Why is the fee so high?

    Bitcoin transactions almost always require a transaction fee for them to get confirmed.The transaction fee is received by the first bitcoin miner who mines a block containing the transaction; this action is also what gives the transaction its first confirmation.The appropriate fee varies depending on how large (in bytes) your transaction is, how fast you want the transaction to be confirmed, and also on current network conditions.As such, paying a fixed fee, or even a fixed fee per kB, is a very bad idea; all good Bitcoin wallets will use several pieces of data to estimate an appropriate fee for you, though some are better at fee estimation than others.

    Why was the “Generate coin” option of the client software removed?

    The option wasn’t removed, but it is now only accessible via the command-line or the configuration file.The reason for this is that many users were complaining after they turned on and expecting to receive coins.Without specialized mining hardware a user is exceptionally unlikely generate a block on their own at the network’s current security level.

    Where does the value of Bitcoin stem from? What backs up Bitcoin?

    Bitcoins have value because they are useful and because they are scarce.As they are accepted by more merchants, their value will stabilize.See the list of Bitcoin-accepting sites.

    What is More Coin?

    More Coin is a utility token based on Ethereum technology that is used at More locations around the world.The first More club is in Las Vegas inside of Hyde at the Bellagio.Owners of 5000 More tokens are considered members.They are given access to More clubs as well as preferential pricing on More services such as bottle service, exotic car rentals, and premium events.

    Why are institutions getting involved?

    “If it’s on the side of a bus it’s time to buy,” screams an advertisement from Luno in London.

    Why Is Bitcoin At All-Time Highs? Where Does It Go From Here?

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    Why do I have to wait 10 minutes before I can spend money I received?

    10 minutes is the average time taken to find a block.It can be significantly more or less time than that depending on luck; 10 minutes is simply the average case.

    I sent too small of a transaction fee, is my bitcoin lost forever?

    If the transaction never gets confirmed into a block – the mempool expiry of all nodes will drop it eventually and you will be able to spend your funds again – typically it takes about 3 days or so for this to happen.If using an [SPV] wallet such as Electrum or Multibit, if after three days the wallet does not see the coin to spend, you need to reindex your wallet’s block headers.After reindexing, your wallet will see that the coin was never confirmed and thus the balance will be spendable again.

    If no more coins are going to be generated, will more blocks be created?

    Absolutely! Even before the creation of coins ends, the use of transaction fees will likely make creating new blocks more valuable from the fees than the new coins being created.When coin generation ends, these fees will sustain the ability to use bitcoins and the Bitcoin network.There is no practical limit on the number of blocks that will be mined in the future.

    What are the ground rules?

    Crypto specialists say the most important rule for investors is to be prepared to lose all their money.

    What is Bitcoin?

    Bitcoin is a distributed peer-to-peer digital currency that can be transferred instantly and securely between any two people in the world.It’s like electronic cash that you can use to pay friends or merchants.

    What is mining?

    Mining is the process of spending computation power to secure Bitcoin transactions against reversal and introducing new Bitcoins to the system[1].

    History of More Coin

  • In 2,401 cases, a double claim was made on a single unique address.
  • In 2019, the Android mobile app of the wallet was released, making storage and transactions all the more convenient.