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This is a speculative investment in foreign currency.

Unlike any other currency, this currency is virtual and therefore beyond the speculative nature of forex trading, here the investor is exposed to additional risks.

Example from recent days:

http://www.wired.com/wiredenterprise/2013/03/digital-thieves-pull-off-12000-bitcoin-heist/

Despite the "great interest" in the article, what I see is actually a significant part of the posts are the OP, which tries to revive the discussion of force.

I would suggest taking extra care.

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This is a speculative investment in foreign currency.

Unlike any other currency, this currency is virtual and therefore beyond the speculative nature of forex trading, here the investor is exposed to additional risks.

Example from recent days:

http://www.wired.com/wiredenterprise/2013/03/digital-thieves-pull-off-12000-bitcoin-heist/

Despite the "great interest" in the article, what I see is actually a significant part of the posts are the OP, which tries to revive the discussion of force.

I would suggest taking extra care.

I do not deny that this is a speculative investment. But it's not forex. More like a commodity or gold.

Because of this, the "additional risks" are similar to any precious goods that could be stolen (such as the diamond robbery that took place on an airplane at an airport a few weeks ago).

I'm not trying to revive anything by force. Note that you came here yourself, and did not force anyone to read the article or enter the thread.

I bring in more news and updates here because I do see the issue by the very number of readers. If I wrote to myself, it would also be expressed in a minority of readers.

Again, you do not have to visit if it bothers you. And I'm not deceiving anyone. I warn no less than I recommend.

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Good reading: http://www.digitalwhisper.co.il/files/Zines/0x18/DW24-2-DigitalMoney.pdf

Does anyone have an inexpensive way to transfer funds to MTGOX from an Israeli account?

Most of the services that MTGOX uses are network money transfer services. You can pay by credit card, but there is a certain fee in any case and is usually a percentage of the deposit amount.GOOGLE GROUPS

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I understand that it is possible to cut gold and sell it to anyone who wants to pay for it.

What product do you provide here and to whom?

I do not sell or provide a product to anyone. Read my article and you'll understand what it's all about. (Link at the beginning of the thread)

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A bug was discovered in the client 's (Version 0.7):

http://www.bitcoinnews.com/post/45151437231/alert-serious-bug-in-bitcoin-client-details-to-follow

warning!!!

These moments exist in two blockbains competing with each other.

The problem probably stems from the upgrade of the DATABASE component in the 0.8 version of the , Which improves the DATABASE performance, but does not allow 0.7 to "understand" the blocks created by 0.8.

To service owners who depend on transactional transactions It is recommended to stop activity at least for a few hours at this stage.

https://coinbase.com/network/blocks - a chain marked "main" is the string 0.7 understands, and "side" is the split that is only understood by 0.8.

I entered a quote Bitcoin Israel Facebook Page, Because they explain the problem better than me :)

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This question has already been asked about other digital currencies available. So it seems that the strongest currency after Bitcoin (each bitquine equals about 125 its units) is Litecoin.

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There are some differences between Laitcoin. First of all, his mining difficulty is higher. When you are miners With the graphics card the speed is measured in MH / s (megabytes per second). When you are a Leitquin miner, the speed is similar, but on a lower order - KH / s.

However, at the moment the currency is still new and easier to cut it. In a mining group, I got a rate of about two coins a day.

Another thing to pay attention to is the enormous load that Leitquin puts on the computer. more than . Which means that the computer will heat up more, and beyond that, it will not really be possible to work on it because the cursor of the mouse moves with great delay.

However, those who are considering entering the business and this time mining, this seems a good opportunity to enter the initial stage does not have to invest a lot of money in buying coins but the cost of electricity only and computer time.

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Hello everyone, I'm new to this whole bitcoin business, digging in it for about a month to understand the subject ..

Meanwhile, I installed 8 bitcoin-Qt on my computer, but I have not done anything yet.

It's been a week since I installed bitcoin-Qt until I encrypted my wallet. If at this time some malicious person stole my wallet - even though there are no coins in it yet - and I will buy Bitcoins in the future, and create Bitcoins for them - are these addresses suitable for the stolen wallet, and who can hold it until the wallet is filled and then take all the money?

And another question about creating a new wallet and their addresses

I realized that bitcoin-Qt-keeps a database of fixed-sized keys inside the wallet when it generates pre-100 keys, giving me the ability to generate up to 100 addresses . Then the wallet has 100 addresses to be used, and I would like to perform any action at a new address.

Suppose I created another wallet (by removing the original wallet from the folder and running the bitcoin-Qt software), then transferring the new wallet to another computer and returning the original to the folder.

So the first question - is the 100 addresses that exist in your new wallet different or identical to those in your original wallet?

If they are different then I can actually post 50 actions to send all the BitKnins to my new wallet, which I put on another computer, and then copy it and overwrite the existing Walet.dat with it and thus I will have a wallet with 99 addresses available ??

Thanks for answering ...

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Could I be able to put my hands on 4850, would it pay me in terms of mining? Give more than 680?

I currently have 0.1 mining but I think I'll buy sooner or later ... How much do you think is the ultimate investment in the field? Of course you have to "invest a few who are willing to lose" but how much have you invested and how much have you earned so far?

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Very theoretically, yes. But, there are no chances that almost nonexistent. For example, I put a password on my wallet, so every time I want to send coins out I am asked to enter a password.

You can also create web-based wallets that give you addresses that are not related to your primary wallet.

The addresses in a new wallet will always be different from an existing wallet (separate wallet.dat).

Your assumption appears to be correct. After you submit to the new address and wait for verification, you can overwrite and have a new wallet with one active address.

Hello everyone, I'm new to this whole bitcoin business, digging in it for about a month to understand the subject ..

Meanwhile, I installed 8 bitcoin-Qt on my computer, but I have not done anything yet.

It's been a week since I installed bitcoin-Qt until I encrypted my wallet. If at this time some malicious person stole my wallet - even though there are no coins in it yet - and I will buy Bitcoins in the future, and create Bitcoins for them - are these addresses suitable for the stolen wallet, and who can hold it until the wallet is filled and then take all the money?

And another question about creating a new wallet and their addresses

I realized that bitcoin-Qt-keeps a database of fixed-sized keys inside the wallet when it generates pre-100 keys, giving me the ability to generate up to 100 addresses . Then the wallet has 100 addresses to be used, and I would like to perform any action at a new address.

Suppose I created another wallet (by removing the original wallet from the folder and running the bitcoin-Qt software), then transferring the new wallet to another computer and returning the original to the folder.

So the first question - is the 100 addresses that exist in your new wallet different or identical to those in your original wallet?

If they are different then I can actually post 50 actions to send all the BitKnins to my new wallet, which I put on another computer, and then copy it and overwrite the existing Walet.dat with it and thus I will have a wallet with 99 addresses available ??

Thanks for answering ...

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4850 now gives about 70, compared with 680 that gives 110-120. I can find more information here: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison

There is no ultimate investment. Like asking how much money to invest in the stock exchange or in the casino or in the plots on the moon.

I invested over a thousand shekels. Since the currency has risen by about three hundred percent, it is possible to estimate how much I earned.

Could I be able to put my hands on 4850, would it pay me in terms of mining? Give more than 680?

I currently have 0.1 mining but I think I'll buy sooner or later ... How much do you think is the ultimate investment in the field? Of course you have to "invest a few who are willing to lose" but how much have you invested and how much have you earned so far?

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