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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] What the Heck is a Bitcoin??
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Why is the new update over complicating things? All I want is an adress to recieve bitcoin. What the heck is this request one time?
Stop over complicating things that work. It was MUCH FASTER and easier to recieve bitcoin on the prior version. What the heck is request bitcoin? Why add two extra steps? Seriously? Now I have to create a payment request ( which is asinine for crypto in itself ) each time I want to recieve crypto. I would assume that's correct? The payment request you created then creates a sub adress that is listed in a different tiny segregated portion of the screen? Is this correct? What about the pending / description at the bottom? What does that mean? Why, oh why would you change a good thing. I am sure a lot of others feel the same way. Now I have to spent 20 minutes making absolute sure what I am doing is correct, and I am not making an absolutely fatal error in which I could lose all my bitcoin. Thanks for the added stress when time is usually of the essence. Please allow for a revert to the old version, because this new one in my opinion, is an over complicated headache.
How the heck is this a crash? have you guys looked at the charts at all? do you even know what Bitcoin is?
If you want to sell off your Bitcoin and think this is all a bubble without looking at the trend the past few months, then go ahead and do it so we can get your weak ass out of here. I'm not a financial specialist nor do I claim to know the future, but I bought on due to the growth the past few months and this sort of correction has happened left and right, I would be more worried if this didn't happen. So far, the trend is upwards when looked it month to month, this dip is nothing. Please explain with reason why you are freaking out? I don't get it. Funny thing is, every time there is a dip, people do the same freak out as if this hasn't happened before. If ya'll claim that everything is uncertain, how the F*** are you so certain that this is a crash!?
Two things 1) Why are litecoiners more excited about Bitcoin getting SegWit than Bitcoin people - I don't see much action with Bitcoin considering this epic event. 2) What the heck is Florincoin? Seems like such a useless copycat I can't believe it's getting pumped let alone even listed on Polo.
So, what the heck is Bitcoin? [Did not join site to read, but first line: "Satoshi Nakamoto, a Japanese resident of California, is credited with creating the concept for the currency in 2009." Is journalism totally dead?]
How the heck do you explain what a Bitcoin IS? Unspent transaction output? Digital file?
Sorry for the noob post. I was trying to explain what a Bitcoin actually is to my cousin earlier because he was curious, but I came away feeling like I had just confused him more. And maybe even confused myself! Is it correct to say that one unit of BTC is essentially just an unspent transaction output and when you sign it with your private key you can send it to any bitcoin address? I know there are much easier to understand ways of explaining it, but I really want to be precise.
[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] What the heck is a tag? Binance states that not only the address but a “tag” must accompany or I ...
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