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Bitcoin 21:20 - Oct 10 with 2486 viewsBournedore

Anyone got any?
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Bitcoin on 21:31 - Oct 10 with 2470 viewsJackflack

Was thing of buying some. I think the minimum is something like $200

Lets be nice, we're all newbees on here.

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Bitcoin on 21:36 - Oct 10 with 2452 viewsMeraki

Bitcoin on 21:31 - Oct 10 by Jackflack

Was thing of buying some. I think the minimum is something like $200


The minimum is usually a £1.
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Bitcoin on 21:55 - Oct 10 with 2428 viewsSwanzay

Yes bought some bitcoin and ethereum a few month back as a trail.
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Bitcoin on 03:58 - Oct 11 with 2348 viewsphact0rri

Bitcoin on 21:36 - Oct 10 by Meraki

The minimum is usually a £1.


Well you can mine bitcoins for free. You essentially join up to use processing power in pools and can generate satoshi enough of them when net bitcoins. Though to be fair the pools are so developed now you'd want to invest in and ASIC machine. And even then its so competitive.

Aside from that yeah you can buy in through brokers much like the stock exchange. as far as i understand it, various brokers will have various minimums, and its usually best to shop around.

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Bitcoin on 10:10 - Oct 11 with 2248 viewsDafyddHuw

Bitcoin on 03:58 - Oct 11 by phact0rri

Well you can mine bitcoins for free. You essentially join up to use processing power in pools and can generate satoshi enough of them when net bitcoins. Though to be fair the pools are so developed now you'd want to invest in and ASIC machine. And even then its so competitive.

Aside from that yeah you can buy in through brokers much like the stock exchange. as far as i understand it, various brokers will have various minimums, and its usually best to shop around.


Problem with mining for bitcoins "for free" is that you use up more money in electricity with your computer on than you get back in bitcoins.

But yes, several places you can buy bitcoins now, and many places accept them as payment.
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Bitcoin on 11:57 - Oct 11 with 2209 viewsjedijack

Bitcoin on 10:10 - Oct 11 by DafyddHuw

Problem with mining for bitcoins "for free" is that you use up more money in electricity with your computer on than you get back in bitcoins.

But yes, several places you can buy bitcoins now, and many places accept them as payment.


Absolutely. The only way of turning a profit would be if the value of the currency keeps rising.

Makes no sense mining these days, unless you got free leccy.
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Bitcoin on 12:00 - Oct 11 with 2203 viewsdcd14

I bought some about two months ago just to see what sort of return they could generate.

The have just over doubled in price since I bought them.

Its a temperamental market.
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Bitcoin on 14:26 - Oct 11 with 2123 viewstheloneranger

Bitcoin on 12:00 - Oct 11 by dcd14

I bought some about two months ago just to see what sort of return they could generate.

The have just over doubled in price since I bought them.

Its a temperamental market.


£100 of Bitcoins in 2010 would be worth £4.3million today !!

http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/100-bitcoins-2010-would-worth-10928929
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Bitcoin on 15:11 - Oct 11 with 2092 viewsdcd14

Bitcoin on 14:26 - Oct 11 by theloneranger

£100 of Bitcoins in 2010 would be worth £4.3million today !!

http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/100-bitcoins-2010-would-worth-10928929


I know and I used to have some back then but I used them for gaming!!

Hindsight ey!
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Bitcoin on 22:04 - Oct 11 with 1962 viewsBournedore

Can anyone recommend a simple, low fee easy access platform to buy them? There seem to be loads of options...
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Bitcoin on 22:51 - Oct 11 with 1937 viewsSwanzay

Bitcoin on 22:04 - Oct 11 by Bournedore

Can anyone recommend a simple, low fee easy access platform to buy them? There seem to be loads of options...


I used Coinbase
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Bitcoin on 03:19 - Oct 12 with 1887 viewsphact0rri

Bitcoin on 12:00 - Oct 11 by dcd14

I bought some about two months ago just to see what sort of return they could generate.

The have just over doubled in price since I bought them.

Its a temperamental market.


There is this guy who sold it all hoping for the next cryptoboom

https://www.cryptocoinsnews.com/man-sells-everything-for-bitcoin-believes-it-wil

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Bitcoin on 20:00 - Oct 12 with 1745 viewsNookiejack

Anyone think football agents now want to be pain in bitcoin? No audit trail apparently when you transact them in contrast to electronic cash.
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Bitcoin on 04:56 - Oct 13 with 1679 viewsandrewcalo

Bitcoin on 20:00 - Oct 12 by Nookiejack

Anyone think football agents now want to be pain in bitcoin? No audit trail apparently when you transact them in contrast to electronic cash.


I heard they're treated same as cash at Studio 95 too.
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