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Bitcoin for Japanese users

Bitcoin subreddit for Japanese-speaking users and Japanese resident users 日本人向けのビットコインのサブレディット
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Bitcoin Cash: Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash (BCH)

Bitcoin Cash (BCH) brings sound money to the world. Merchants and users are empowered with low fees and reliable confirmations. The future shines brightly with unrestricted growth, global adoption, permissionless innovation, and decentralized development. All Bitcoin holders as of block 478558 are now owners of Bitcoin Cash. All Bitcoiners are welcome to join the Bitcoin Cash community as we move forward in creating sound money accessible to the whole world.
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The Ripple P2P Payment System Subreddit

For users of the [ripple](http://ripple.com) p2p ecosystem ie [stellar](https://stellar.org) but also Privpay, [dogemarket](http://www.reddit.com/ripplers/comments/1vjc90/doge_markets_such_power_wow_including_transitive/) as well as any forks (ING, ABNTrade, Splash, Protoshares and Netpay) or previous versions (ie www.villages.cc, multiswap)
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User feedback on Bitcoin.org’s potential new “Choose your wallet” page!

We at Bitcoin.org have been working to improve the “Choose your wallet” page over the last few months. Our goal has been to make it easier for new users and experienced users alike to find Bitcoin wallets that match their particular needs and requirements. In order for us to accomplish this, we’ve completely revamped the process of wallet selection so that it’s more interactive and personalised.
We’ve just completed implementation of the redesign and new wallet selection logic, and we’d like to solicit user feedback so we can improve it further before we go live. So what do you think? You can experiment with the new choose your wallet page here: https://bitcoin.cryptopelago.com/en/choose-your-wallet
In particular is there anything you’d like to see change? Or something we’re currently doing wrong that could be done better? Even just telling us what you like about the redesign and/or new selection logic would be immensely helpful. Of course any bugs or weird issues should also be reported along with what browser and platform you experienced the issue on.
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PSA: Stay away from Bitcoin.org! The website is misleading millions of users regarding Bitcoin Core fees and speed.

PSA: Stay away from Bitcoin.org! The website is misleading millions of users regarding Bitcoin Core fees and speed. submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

What do you guys think about Bitcoin.org's potential revamp of the "choose your wallet" page to help users better find a suitable wallet?

These are the mockups we've had created:
Desktop: https://invis.io/EVPQ1WPSBG8#/356509387_Bitcoin-org_-_Wallet_Flow_2-01_-_Desktop
Tablet: https://invis.io/EVPQ1WPSBG8#/356509396_Bitcoin-org_-_Wallet_Flow_2-01_-_Tablet
Mobile: https://invis.io/EVPQ1WPSBG8#/356509381_Bitcoin-org_-_Wallet_Flow_2-01_-_Mobile
It's possible to interact with the content, though the flow is already pre-defined. Make sure to click the "iOS" button when prompted to pick an operating system since that's the only option selectable. Then click through with "Next" to everything else.
Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
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When @CobraBitcoin points bitcoin.org users to Bitcoin Cash resources, then I'll consider running a Cobra Client

When @CobraBitcoin points bitcoin.org users to Bitcoin Cash resources, then I'll consider running a Cobra Client submitted by DSNakamoto to btc [link] [comments]

If you support censoring CoinBase from Bitcoin.org, you are no better than CoinBase censoring user txs

...except that CoinBase has the sword of government hanging over their necks if they don't. What's your excuse?
Telling people not to hold lots of coins there due to CoinBase's own censorship is good and helpful... but censoring people themselves from trying out the service and making their own decisions, when CoinBase has arguably built the best product and UX, and irrefutably built the most successful Bitcoin company, is madness, truly.
It is shameful, myopic, and regressive to take CoinBase off the wallet page of Bitcoin.org.
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We are 1August.org - Help us build a better guide for regular users secure their bitcoin before the fork

We are 1August.org - Help us build a better guide for regular users secure their bitcoin before the fork submitted by 1August to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

In early 2013, it became a common belief that new Bitcoin users should not be recommended Bitcoin-QT, the full node client. Bitcoin.org was changed to no longer exclusively recommend it. Two years later, the block size conservatives are saying the drop in full node count was due to block size

I distinctly remember that the recommending of Bitcoin-QT to new Bitcoin users became a faux pas in early 2013. It was claimed that regular people should download and install an SPV client like Multibit.
Predictably, there was a large drop in the full node count, as the wallet market became dominated by a large number of new, light clients, and the most trafficked Bitcoin website, bitcoin.org, stopped exclusively recommending people to install Bitcoin-QT.
Now, we have important developers like Luke-Jr claiming that this 95% drop in full node count can be mainly attributed to the growing size of the block chain, despite the fact that the drop began right when light clients began being recommended..
EDIT to add some data:
This is the image that GMaxwell and Peter Todd, two individuals who are conservative about the block size (in particular Peter Todd, who's been warning about increasing the 1 MB size limit since 2013), have linked to to make their point about the full node count:
http://i.imgur.com/EL0zHRe.jpg
Up until at least March 18, 2013, the only client recommended to visitors of bitcoin.org was Bitcoin-QT, and an installation link for it was provided right on the landing page:
https://web.archive.org/web/20130318211940/http://bitcoin.org/
The WayBack Machine shows that by March 25th, 2013, this had changed, and a 'Choose Your Wallet' button appeared on Bitcoin.org/:
https://web.archive.org/web/20130513214959/http://bitcoin.org/en/
From March 25th 2013 onward, the number of non-full-node wallets recommended by bitcoin.org increased, in response to a general increase in the number of high quality and/or well marketed light and mobile wallets on the market.
Now a days, Bitcoin-QT is one of twelve clients displayed on bitcoin.org's Choose Your Wallet page:
https://bitcoin.org/en/choose-your-wallet
Other than Bitcoin-QT and Bitcoin Armory, all of them are non-full-node clients.
This shift, from a wallet market where only Bitcoin-QT was available and recommended to one that is increasingly diverse and dominated by light clients, coincides with the point (Spring 2013) where we start seeing a rapid decline in the full node count.
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07-02 12:03 - 'should bitcoin users pay tax?' (updatednews.org) by /u/mbakafrancis removed from /r/Bitcoin within 37-47min

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Is this why Core won't implement Segwit yet? Co-Owner of Bitcoin.org: "Once Segwit support is released in the GUI of Bitcoin Core, we’ll get an interesting glimpse into just how economically active the users of Core full nodes are..."

Is this why Core won't implement Segwit yet? Co-Owner of Bitcoin.org: submitted by PaydShill to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin’s [BTC] biggest threat is its users, not governments, says Bitcoin.org’s Cobra

Bitcoin’s [BTC] biggest threat is its users, not governments, says Bitcoin.org’s Cobra submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

What do you guys think about Bitcoin.org's potential revamp of the "choose your wallet" page to help users better find a suitable wallet? /r/Bitcoin

What do you guys think about Bitcoin.org's potential revamp of the submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Instantly block over 1,400 BTC trolls, sock puppets, and abusers/harassers on Twitter. The @bitcoin Twitter user has created a harassment list on blocktogether.org that you can automatically subscribe to.

Instantly block over 1,400 BTC trolls, sock puppets, and abusers/harassers on Twitter. The @bitcoin Twitter user has created a harassment list on blocktogether.org that you can automatically subscribe to. submitted by scotty321 to btc [link] [comments]

We are 1August.org - Help us build a better guide to securing bitcoin before the fork for regular, non-power users

We are 1August.org - Help us build a better guide to securing bitcoin before the fork for regular, non-power users submitted by 1August to btc [link] [comments]

bitcoin.org - How to use Bitcoin - is a nightmare for average users.

bitcoin.org - How to use Bitcoin - is a nightmare for average users. submitted by werwiewas to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash produce a complicated approach to usability, scaring away the masses of potential users who could benefit from the use of cryptocurrency in their daily lives and Bitcoin Air has the solution to this kind of problem #BitcoinAir #AirProtocol #LightAsAir #XAP bitcoinair.org

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The Air Protocol Utilizing Bitcoin Air’s unique Air Protocol technology, users can choose to off chain the value of their Bitcoin Air, immediately locking in the USD value in relation to Carbon Credit Asset Backing https://bitcoinair.org/ #BitcoinAir #AirProtocol #LightAsAir #XAP

The Air Protocol Utilizing Bitcoin Air’s unique Air Protocol technology, users can choose to off chain the value of their Bitcoin Air, immediately locking in the USD value in relation to Carbon Credit Asset Backing https://bitcoinair.org/ #BitcoinAir #AirProtocol #LightAsAir #XAP submitted by denzkilim to ICOAnalysis [link] [comments]

FunnyBit.org just launched, we give out Bitcoin every month to the users with highest post karma

Hi
I have been working for a while on a image/gif sharing site similar to Reddit. The difference being that its built around Bitcoin. The users with the most post karma every month receives bitcoin as a prize
There is no ads or anything shady like that, for now at least it's just charity from my side.
www.funnybit.org
I appreciate any feedback, good or bad :)
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The Air Protocol. Utilizing Bitcoin Air’s unique Air Protocol technology, users can choose to off chain the value of their Bitcoin Air immediately locking in the USD value in relation to Carbon Credit Asset Backing https://bitcoinair.org/ #BitcoinAir #AirProtocol #LightAsAir #XAP

The Air Protocol. Utilizing Bitcoin Air’s unique Air Protocol technology, users can choose to off chain the value of their Bitcoin Air immediately locking in the USD value in relation to Carbon Credit Asset Backing https://bitcoinair.org/ #BitcoinAir #AirProtocol #LightAsAir #XAP submitted by denzkilim to ICOAnalysis [link] [comments]

The #AirProtocol. Utilizing #BitcoinAir’s unique Air Protocol technology, users can choose to off chain the value of their Bitcoin Air, immediately locking in the USD value in relation to Carbon Credit Asset Backing. #LightAsAir #XAP https://bitcoinair.org/

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Bitcoin.org urging all users to immediately upgrade to 0.9.1 due to Heartbleed vulnerability

Bitcoin.org urging all users to immediately upgrade to 0.9.1 due to Heartbleed vulnerability submitted by jesset77 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin is marketed by its users. Look at the homepage of Bitcoin.org up until a couple months ago. It always advertised Bitcoin as "a new kind of money," showed examples of it being used to buy coffee (!), and noted the low fees and instant transactions.

Bitcoin is marketed by its users. Look at the homepage of Bitcoin.org up until a couple months ago. It always advertised Bitcoin as submitted by Windowly to btc [link] [comments]

ATTENTION: DOWNLOADS FROM BITCOIN.ORG ARE UNSAFE (mods maybe this should be stickied until we have some clarification?). This only affects Bitcoin Core users, Bitcoin Cash users are safe. /r/btc

ATTENTION: DOWNLOADS FROM BITCOIN.ORG ARE UNSAFE (mods maybe this should be stickied until we have some clarification?). This only affects Bitcoin Core users, Bitcoin Cash users are safe. /btc submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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