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Bitcoin???

Discussion in 'America the Beautiful' started by Stovetopp, May 31, 2016.

    May 31, 2016
  1. Stovetopp

    Stovetopp Senior Member MM

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    Location:
    On the Beach
    Can someone refer me to a post which explains all this bitcoin stuff?
    Doesn't the bitcoin fluctuate in value vs the US Dollar and Euro or the peso for that matter?
    how does one get dollars for their bitcoin assuming one wins and wanted to get paid? etc etc
     
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  2. May 31, 2016
  3. RichyJ75

    RichyJ75 Silly Member PABnonaccred

    Occupation:
    Dogsbody and personal servant to my kids
    Location:
    United Kingdom

    Goody, someone else apart from me who doesn't understand this artificial currency which it seems you can't spend or handle!!! I stand to be corrected .......
     
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  4. May 31, 2016
  5. Naok777

    Naok777 Experienced Member

    Occupation:
    Customer Service
    Location:
    UK
    Just like with any other currency you need an exchange, like for example You must register/login in order to see the link. provides.

    Keep in mind that most bitcoin exchanges will have pretty similar kyc procedures to a Casino, if you really want to deal with the hassle of yet another step to withdraw is up to you.

    Also make sure you change it to real money asap whenever you get your hands on some bitcoin, don't want to fall victim to the next Mt Gox... You must register/login in order to see the link.
     
  6. May 31, 2016
  7. goatwack

    goatwack bombastic monk CAG

    Occupation:
    Stuntman
    Location:
    Londonia
    You don't need BitCoin.

    For a small fee just send me several hundred Euros/ Pound sterling and I will happily convert them into Monopoly money. It's universally accepted.

    No need to thank me
     
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  8. May 31, 2016
  9. rockycatt

    rockycatt meistercatt CAG MM

    Occupation:
    carpenter
    Location:
    Boston
    OK ill try

    first it is way simpler than you think ;) remember that bit coin was invented for amongst other things people in the world far away from brick and morter banks or brokerage houses and university's of higher intellectual IQ

    these peeps need to do $$$ transactions to buy, sell things , store money safely


    bit coin is a blessing for them , you on the other hand are probably using a brick and mortar bank [same thing as casino's]


    the short of it is if your in the USA
    1= open a account with a You must register/login in order to see the link. or a You must register/login in order to see the link. the get your mony from your checking account [same deal as paste and pay ]and turn it into bit coin simple as hell don't over think it

    2= then open a block chain account,, You must register/login in order to see the link.

    3= after you get dollars turned into bit coin or fractional parts of from circle or coin base then send it to your block chain acc.
    all the bit coin is transferd labled with hash code and it is only your transaction no one else has that code its a lable to ID the amount and address of the bit coin going in or out of your account

    never give out your password or info of your holding wallets used t access your stash , on the other hand you could give the whole world your recievng code because it only is used to deposite into your stash so it could only get bigger if some one wants to send you some bit coin

    it really is simple once you do it the block chain account only needs your email and name [no doc's to open it , while the others need name and bank account and routin numbers ohhhhh AND IT IS LEAGLE IN THE USA :thumbsup:

    I HOPE I HELPED R.C' over and out

    Bitcoin???: blockchain inside.jpg,May 31, 2016

    PS if casino gaming was leagle in the USA you most likely wouldn't need the block chain account
     
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  10. Jun 1, 2016
  11. Stovetopp

    Stovetopp Senior Member MM

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    thanks a lot Rockycatt! I need to study this LOL
     
  12. Jun 1, 2016
  13. rockycatt

    rockycatt meistercatt CAG MM

    Occupation:
    carpenter
    Location:
    Boston
    that ss

    ok that particular screen shot I realy did not have to wipe out the scan or the hash code because the only thing that any one in the whole world could do with tht info is put bitcoin into my wallet at chain block that's all that you can do with it see the prompt it says to even give it to a carrier pigeon :p:p

    I hope this conversation helps people get into bit coin and CASINO.S PUSH FOR THIS BITCOIN THING it will open many doors because from were I'm siting I see many many hold outs
     
    Last edited: Jun 1, 2016
  14. Jun 1, 2016
  15. cnichas

    cnichas Experienced Member MM PABnoaccred

    Occupation:
    Self Employed,
    Location:
    Johannesburg
    My view it's the future

    Coming from South Africa with it volatile "zar" devaluating quicker than a Nsyc single I find myself investing more into my Bitcoin wallets, , other exchanges i reccommend for getting Bitcoin would be
    Coinmamma where you can use your visa/ MasterCard to purchase, local bitcoins , Paxful which offers Bitcoin for just about anything including gift cards to Bitcoin , mobile airtime to Bitcoin, steam or iTunes to Bitcoin anything goes just that the more rare the payment method the higher the trade will be, also if you just getting used to currency I suggest starting off on some Hi/lo , Dice Bitcoin sites wich normally offer no deposit faucets for free coins like pocketdice ect just to get used to it
    Hope this helps :thumbsup:
     
  16. Jun 1, 2016
  17. Deanna

    Deanna Senior Member

    Occupation:
    Administrative
    Location:
    Ohio
    Ok, I need a little verification here. I don't have a blockchain account, I just converted my US$ to bitcoin (and back) in my actual Circle account itself and that's the code I copied/pasted when I deposited into a casino. Is that not correct? I know on their end (casino) there were issues where it told them it was declined and they eventually manually credited me. Is that why? I know you say don't overthink it but it really is a little confusing to me.
     
  18. Jun 1, 2016
  19. rockycatt

    rockycatt meistercatt CAG MM

    Occupation:
    carpenter
    Location:
    Boston
    did you choose the correct hash code stipulating that you want to send bit coin or dollars I'm guessing here cause I don't have my exchange wallet open in front of me ,, they say make transactions with both screens open, that's what a casino rep told me , also way to many characters so copy and past correctly or cut and paste hash codes
     
  20. Jun 1, 2016
  21. spengo

    spengo Newbie member

    Occupation:
    Self Employed
    Location:
    US
    I am just figuring out this Bitcoin stuff myself but I have read that it is not recommended to send Bitcoin directly to a casino from a US-based wallet like Circle or Coinbase. It may work but you run the risk of having your account closed if they find out it is for gambling. Instead, it is best to send the bitcoin to an intermediary wallet before sending to the casino. Blockchain.info is a reputable bitcoin wallet service located outside the US that you can use as a go between. Then when you cashout you will do the same in reverse. Have the casino send your winnings to your Blockchain account then you send them on to your US wallet.
     
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  22. Jun 1, 2016
  23. Deanna

    Deanna Senior Member

    Occupation:
    Administrative
    Location:
    Ohio
    Hey, I did it! I just sent bitcoin to my Blockchain and it was instant and easy! I feel like a rock star! What you guys said makes perfect sense. Thanks everyone for the posts.
     
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  24. Jun 1, 2016
  25. 09237653

    09237653 Meister Member

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    Location:
    UK
    I used localbitcoins.com to buy some when I needed some a while back. Pretty simple really.

    Would never use BC for casino's or any large purchase though. scammers love bitcoins as they're virtually untracable once stolen.
     
  26. Jun 15, 2016
  27. Tmartin

    Tmartin Banned User - spam

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    Location:
    London
    I for one don't think BitCoin is a positive thing for the global market
     
  28. Aug 23, 2016
  29. reda

    reda Senior Member PABnonaccred

    Occupation:
    cleaning bussiness
    Location:
    HOUSTON
    hi I haven't been able to log into website for some time. today I managed to do so and reset my registration. im new to bitcoin. but I was told by a casino to use coinbase. is that the same as bitcoin? would coinbase be the middle man to transfer funds first hand ? I guess im thinking bitcoin and coinbase is two different options. im new to this option and am behind on the good and the bad. I am in the process of tieing up the end stages of setting up my coinbase account AKA bitcoin ??? but I have not transferred any funds what so ever at this point. I did however use my bank account to register with this money exchange option. maybe I did the wrong thing. its confusing for first time users such as I. any info would be appreciated. tks .. glad im back and able to log in the forum. :)
     
  30. Aug 23, 2016
  31. ultra100

    ultra100 Experienced Member MM webmeister

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    Location:
    Europe
    Bitcoin = digital currency
    CoinBase = eWallet/Exchange for your digital currency.

    Those are two different things. For example, like USD & Neteller (USD=currency, Neteller=wallet where you store/spend $). Of course, you are not restricted to use only CoinBase...There are several options for your Bitcoins to be stored.
     
    Last edited: Aug 23, 2016

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