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SUQA is an opensource peer to peer digital currency

SUQA is a new opensource peer to peer digital currency that gives the investors 5% apr interest from term deposits even if the wallet is offline. It is based on an improved code of the secure and widely used Bitcoin Blockchain with a brand new advanced memory intensive X22i POW algo which is completely ASIC, FPGA and Quantum Resistant.
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Ethereum, Bitcoin locked in DeFi hits all-time high of $2 billion

Ethereum, Bitcoin locked in DeFi hits all-time high of $2 billion submitted by serenity2021 to ethtrader [link] [comments]

HSBC bank stealing all the money of Hong Kong resistance movement.Want freedom?, too bad, banks will side with the powerful oppressive state every time. Get bitcoin now, so one day you aren't locked out of the financial system, on a long enough timeline everyone is considered a domestic terrorist

HSBC bank stealing all the money of Hong Kong resistance movement.Want freedom?, too bad, banks will side with the powerful oppressive state every time. Get bitcoin now, so one day you aren't locked out of the financial system, on a long enough timeline everyone is considered a domestic terrorist submitted by MakeTotalDestr0i to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

06-25 21:45 - 'Would be super easy to code a smart contract in ethereum. Maybe use renbtc if you want btc. / But 10 years is long time in tech. I wouldnt lock the Farm in a smart contract or anything...' by /u/VegetableTrees removed from /r/Bitcoin within 3-13min

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Would be super easy to code a smart contract in ethereum. Maybe use renbtc if you want btc. But 10 years is long time in tech. I wouldnt lock the Farm in a smart contract or anything...
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Ethereum, Bitcoin locked in DeFi hits all-time high of $2 billion

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Options for a merchant who accepts Bitcoin to lock in the exchange rate at time of purchase and convert to fiat ?

Assuming the merchant has a wallet and has the point of sale set up already, what are the best options at this time for them to be able to convert to fiat, or at least to be able to lock in the exchange rate at the time the sale is made?
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Error in Time-Locked Bitcoin Contracts Allows for Miner 'Fee-Sniping'

Error in Time-Locked Bitcoin Contracts Allows for Miner 'Fee-Sniping' submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

The stair-pattern in time-locked Bitcoin transactions

The stair-pattern in time-locked Bitcoin transactions submitted by 0xb10c to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Remember folks, your Bitcoin isn't stored in your hardware/software wallet like a USB stick, but on the blockchain... The same private keys can be used across multiple devices at the same time... TL:DR - Vendor lock-in isn't a thing with decent wallets + keep your seed offline and secure

Remember folks, your Bitcoin isn't stored in your hardware/software wallet like a USB stick, but on the blockchain... The same private keys can be used across multiple devices at the same time... TL:DR - Vendor lock-in isn't a thing with decent wallets + keep your seed offline and secure submitted by Crypto-Guide to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Locked in DeFi Hits New All Time High

Bitcoin Locked in DeFi Hits New All Time High submitted by CryptoCrunchApp to CryptoCrunchApp [link] [comments]

03-21 21:45 - 'This guy is too funny. But he has a point. The new economy is here and now it's time for bitcoin to shine. If the unemployed can start generating online content, they can't go anywhere being locked down, paym...' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/kernelstack removed from /r/Bitcoin within 10-20min

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This guy is too funny. But he has a point. The new economy is here and now it's time for bitcoin to shine. If the unemployed can start generating online content, they can't go anywhere being locked down, payment via Bitcoin will allow them to generate an income with a worldwide audience.
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Scumbag spec: Claims to "revert to their original purpose" nlocktime/nsequence but then gives an exact description of the _current_ Bitcoin consensus rules including BIP-113 and both time/height based locking.

Scumbag spec: Claims to submitted by nullc to bsv [link] [comments]

[Request] A lock/home screen widget that displays the time until the next bitcoin halving w/ bitcoin current price.

A widget for lock/homescreen that counts down until the next bitcoin halving along with bitcoins current price. Maybe if you click on the widget to interact, it’ll switch To a 2nd visual that displays the current 1hr chart from trading views or something.
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Is Bitcoin yet at the programmable level that you can lock your funds in a wallet and have them not be spent for "x" amount of time?

Trying to figure if I can setup a wallet like this.
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GiveBitcoin.io launches app to send bitcoin (BTC) as time-locked gift

GiveBitcoin.io launches app to send bitcoin (BTC) as time-locked gift submitted by RambleFeed to GiveBitcoin [link] [comments]

Sending a time-locked Bitcoin transaction?

Is there an easy method for sending a time-locked transaction? I want to lock up some Bitcoin from being spent for 1 year.
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LockTime - nLockTime

Hey there,
I wondering if there is already a Wallet or Client who's supporting LockTime Bitcoin Transactions. For example: if I would make a purchase for a product in BTC, but I'm not pretty sure if the company or person is serious.
thanks for your help and feedback
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Move your coins off exchanges

I’ve recently seen way too many people advocating for keeping coins on exchanges.
I don’t know when people started forgetting about ‘Not your keys, not your coins’, but it could be due to an influx of new bitcoiners jumping on board.
It’s important to know that there absolutely are security and responsibility trade offs for owning your coins, but it’s also important to remember that there have been many exchange hacks every time the bitcoin price increases.
There are numerous reasons for these thefts, but they all boil down to the root of the problem; centralized control.
This centralized control can also contribute directly to price manipulation and suppression by large exchanges.
Bitcoin solved this with the ability to be the only custodian of YOUR money, and if you ignore this, you ignore the inherent risk of being a victim of one of these ‘hacks’.
Yes, gaining the knowledge of how to safely be the only one in charge of your funds takes some time and effort, but you should always be cognizant of whether or not that knowledge is worth it for your particular situation.
Do you trust centralized entities? I don’t and it’s what got me interested in bitcoin in the first place.
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That one time Roger Ver abused his administrator status at Blockchain.info to dox and then extort a customer of his over a $50 dispute. Finally, he locked the thread stating "This isn't good for Bitcoin".

That one time Roger Ver abused his administrator status at Blockchain.info to dox and then extort a customer of his over a $50 dispute. Finally, he locked the thread stating submitted by the_bob to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Time-locking your bitcoin in case of robbery or hack?

We have seen many cases where criminals kidnap a person with bitcoin and beat them in order to make the person hand over their coins.
Could time locking be a potential solution and or a good security measure for long term holders?
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Hashed Time Locked Contracts and routing on the Lightning network explained for beginners without bitcoin / cryptography background

Hashed Time Locked Contracts and routing on the Lightning network explained for beginners without bitcoin / cryptography background submitted by renepickhardt to lightningnetwork [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Core Project on Twitter: "CHECKSEQUENCEVERIFY (CSV) soft fork has been merged! Preparing for relative lock-time transactions! https://t.co/7oNr30QT4P"

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is it worth buying fractions of btc?

is it worth buying around $200 of bitcoins? i plan to just sit on the investment for a long time and every paycheck add $50-100... should i wait for the price to drop a bit? anyone knows if it will drop anytime soon.. i missed my opportunity in around march for a low price
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Tim Draper predicts the price of bitcoin after the halving ... The Bitcoin Source Code: A Guided Tour - Part 1, Block Time and Spacing Mining 3,000,000 Bitcoin in 2 seconds Bitcoin Fees and Unconfirmed Transactions - Complete ... [851] I Won $100 By Picking This Lock! - YouTube

A Timelock is a type of smart contract primitive that restricts the spending of some bitcoins until a specified future time or block height. Timelocks feature prominently in many Bitcoin smart contracts, including payment channels and hashed timelock contracts.It can also be used to lock-up bitcoins held as an investment for a period of months or years. Transactions made by Bitcoin core have the lock_time field set to the current block by default to prevent fee sniping. Times are expressed as an unsigned 32 bit integer. Times are expressed as an ... Lock Time refers to at which block height the transaction can be included by a miner. In this case 419382 has well passed, so it can be included in any block at this point. Your transaction is currently not confirmed since you have 5 inputs, and it was sent with zero fee. It may take a little while. Since when lock time exist in Bitcoin transactions? Stack Exchange Network. Stack Exchange network consists of 176 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers. The median time past tends to lag the current unix time by about one hour (give or take), but unlike block time it increases monotonically. For transaction relay, nLockTime must be <= the current block's height (block-based) or <= the current median time past (if time based). This ensures that the transaction can be included in the next block.

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