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If I was to make a polymer (plastic) bitcoin bills would anyone be interested?
So i was thinking of finding a place that would make bitcoin dollar bills. You know like the plastic euros or aud. Similar to causacious coins, the private key will be imbedded inside the polymer so you would have to destroy the bill to access (i.e. by cutting). I was planning on selling .001btc bills for face value + manufacturing and shipping costs. So maybe .001 for .0012? Who would be interested?
05-13 14:34 - '2 years on. I said this would age well. Bitcoin is the KING vs BCH - “yellow plastic” My trade is up over 200% ! This post will age as well as a fine Barolo 👌' (i.redd.it) by /u/BitfuryGeorge removed from /r/Bitcoin within 14-24min
Moonkid here, so go ahead and downvote away. Not here to shill my bags of shitcoins, I just want an intelligent conversation with anti-coiners. When you deposit your money in a bank, you are lending a powerful institution money to do whatever they want to the economy. In return for giving these degenerates money to gamble with, they are supposed to pay you an interest rate. These days, you can expect a negative return through fees and other such nonsense. Banks are only required to hold between zero and ten percent in reserve, depending on the size of the bank and the type of account. When these scam artists can't account for what little they are required to hold in reserve, the tax payers are forced to pay the difference to print new money and water down their purchasing power. Personally, I tried boycotting the fractional reserve scam by going paper over plastic. This is nearly impossible these days. Paychecks are y'know...checks, many transactions require a card. Even parking meters are going all plastic. Bitcoin isn't the ideal alternative to the reserve scam, given the fact that it's backed by nothing more than speculation. But it's an alternative. Personally, I think of it as investing in a new p2p infrastructure to develop a better alternative than what I'm actually investing in. I'm actually getting paid in the meantime, which is a bonus. But I'll be okay if the fiat value declines. I'm more focused on building leverage. The infrastructure is developed enough for me to shift my portfolio to the more meaningful projects that could make an impact.
Segwit changes the block size limit, no consensus needed
EDIT: u/lejitzagrees in this post: One thing OP says is absolutely true and has been for months: Segwit changes the block size limit, no consensus needed. Edit: do not miss this buried comment which describes how miners can exploit the broken consensus of a softfork to steal transactions. Edit: hey, if you think I don't understand the risks, instead of calling me names, maybe you can hear it better from Peter Todd, where he explains how a soft-fork could be used to change the inflation schedule. Peter also writes elsewhere:
An interesting non-technical objection is that because nodes and miners who haven’t adopted the soft fork end up in the main chain anyway, this is a case of a majority undemocratically forcing a minority to adopt new policies.
Everyone paying attention will immediately recognize that "a majority undemocratically forcing a minority to adopt new policies" is exactly the thing that Core keeps saying cannot happen in Bitcoin which according to them is why Bitcoin is valuable in the first place. ORIGINAL POST: Pre-segwit:
The maximum allowed size for a serialized block, in bytes = 1000000;
The maximum allowed size for a serialized block, in bytes = 4000000;
They're doing this simply by changing the names of the variables, from MAX_BLOCK_SIZE to MAX_BLOCK_SERIALIZED_SIZE. Crafty developers think that changing the name of a variable will confuse non programmers. Smart developers know that variables can be named "MAX_BLOCK_SIZE" or "MAX_BLOCK_SERIALIZED_SIZE" or "GREG_MAXWELL" because the symbol is not the thing. In reality, Core is changing the block size limit without explicit community consensus, which as Core devs have repeatedly pointed out, is a "coup" against the "economic social contract" equivalent to "stealing people's Bitcoin" if there isn't "overwhelming" community consensus. So in their own words, Core is stealing your Bitcoin. Are you paying attention? Segwit clearly demonstrates that economic consensus rules can be changed by miners with no validity check by nodes. If the block size - an economic guarantee according to Core - can be modified without overwhelming hard-fork consensus then one ought to wonder which of Bitcoin's other economic guarantees are made of plastic? Bitcoin is fundamentally broken. Edit: this is interesting - the Core definition of soft-fork is "A soft fork is a change to consensus rules, in which ... all blocks that would have been invalid under the old rules remain invalid under the new rules." And yet, Core is crowing about a 3.6MB block on testnet - a block that clearly would have been invalid under the old rules. As jonny1000points out, just because the code accepts a block, does not make it actually valid in the eyes of the user: "the block would be technically valid, but violate the core economic principles of the system."
Have had bitcoin for years now in paper/plastic form with a Qcode.. is this a viable storage method or worried about placing it online due to recent hacks?
Title explains for the most part. Still am confused since I have these 5 bitcoins that have a q code and encryption key, just skeptical on the whole situation. If anything is unclear please ask questions in the comments. Need help please.
Curious. For those who have a hardware wallet and for those willing to share. Where do you store your 24 seed phrase. About to buy a Ledger S and the other half of the whole thing is to keep this phrase somewhere it will never be lost or damaged etc. Ideas welcome
Thanks!!! So far my own ideas -Write it down on a piece of paper, store at a relatives -Use a steel plate with engraved numbers, lock in a fireproof safe -write it down in a children’s dictionary book so nobody would ever suspect Any other ideas...
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