Bitcoin ATM Manufacturers and Bitcoin Cash Service Providers

CryptoTab (partner Chrome/Google Store) invites you to become a bitcoin manufacturer with your PC while respecting your equipment and energy.

CryptoTab (partner Chrome/Google Store) invites you to become a bitcoin manufacturer with your PC while respecting your equipment and energy. submitted by fortnite4technics to u/fortnite4technics [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Manufacturer KnCMiner Finalizes Miners

Bitcoin Manufacturer KnCMiner Finalizes Miners submitted by fctc to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Manufacturing /r/btc

Bitcoin Manufacturing /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

This market is a cash cow.

It has been a decade since this market's inception and 3 years since I've started monitoring it closely and analyzing it. Whether you're new to crypto or a veteran that has been through multiple bubbles, chances are you don't really know what's going on. Despite surviving the worst bear market so far, we're hovering at a $300B total market cap. So how come crypto journalism is so bad it sticks out even when compared to modern journalism? The answer is that the lack of available foresight and unbiased analyses is very much on purpose.
Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV and other clones (and almost everything else, but clones aren't as nebulous) really give you a great window on the insanity of this market. Everyone who tries to attach any kind of metrics to these projects or make realistic predictions regarding adoption and 'fair value' is prompted with a question: "Who in their right mind could think this is worth 5+ billions?" Since it's essentially impossible to reconcile market valuation and fundamentals, they assume that there's something they're not getting, that there's crucial information they lack, so they resume business as usual. There has to be a reason, right? The truth is that crypto as a whole is a rare and insanely profitable cocktail. The market is split almost perfectly in two (by perfectly, I don't mean a 50/50 split, I mean that these two sides represent almost 100% of the market):
The amount of people who perform thorough, unbiased research and invest carefully is staggeringly low, simply because there are very few individuals with the resources required to sift through the bullshit and without any intention to exploit the market. Coupled with extremely low real liquidity (arbitrage and market makers shouldn't really be considered), this results in a nonsensical market of booms & busts that benefits manipulators every time. However, none of this would be possible if it weren't for a key ingredient: Bitcoin. As long as Bitcoin and any of its clones gravitate towards the top, you can be sure that the market conditions haven't changed, because they act as indicators. Our top meme is a perfect testament to that: "HODL" is based on the bizarre and baseless assumption that the past will repeat ad vitam, and it does a great job keeping liquidity low. In short, it's a perfect gauge of the community's overall idiocy.
Mainstream media only exacerbates the issue. It's much less costly (and thus, more profitable) for it to invite supporters or critics of Bitcoin to push a certain agenda than it is to pay competent journalists or experts to provide a detailed explanation of smart contracts and the rise of a programmable economy, for example. Yet I can tell you that in most professional circles, nobody talks about Bitcoin. Manufacturers don't care about receiving payments in Bitcoin, they care about data integrity and security. Energy consortia aren't interested in having households pay their bills with Litecoin, they care about autonomous, self-balancing, self-monitoring grids that optimize electricity distribution and pricing.
There are several projects that have a much better chance to overcome the hurdles of adoption, yet it's unlikely you'll find them in the top 10 positions, because they're neither sexy nor simple. Why would manipulators waste time, money and effort inflating those projects' value, when they know full well that they'll appreciate on their own in due time? It's much easier to extract as much money as possible from morons who are willing to 'invest' in worthless junk and let the rest depreciate dramatically to secure a lower entry point. Even as the technology progresses and real innovations are made public, tribalism and hit pieces take care of the rest.
TL;DR: Current prices are not indicative of future success. If you've performed the research and come to the conclusion that an asset is undervalued, believe in yourself. This market is not your friend, it exists only to take your money.
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Hardware wallets: what will happen if the manufacturer of the wallet dries up? Is my Trezor useless if the company fails? What happens to currency stored in it? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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There are 17 Bitcoin ASIC manufacturers, yet there are only 2 GPU manufacturers. Hardforking doesn't fix centralization, it shifts authority towards the developers making these changes.

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Bitcoin Cash opponents like to parrot that BCH is not bitcoin. It’s like arguing that Tesla is not a car because it has no combustion engine by a certain manufacturer

Bitcoin Cash opponents like to parrot that BCH is not bitcoin. It’s like arguing that Tesla is not a car because it has no combustion engine by a certain manufacturer submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

Vechain 95 % of remaining non circulating supply lock up?

Suggestions - if anyone has other ideas lets discuss here. The community is an important aspect of Vechain, and considering so many people invested in Xnodes and higher and have watched their value all but disappear over the past year and a half i would think a transparent company like Vechain would be interested in hearing some suggestions from the community. The buy back is a small step in the right direction, but more could quite easily be done to improve things.
For example lock up 95% of the remaining non circulating supply. Ripple chose to lock up their remaining supply, but every 30 days 1 billion is allowed to be sold which in reality does virtually nothing to ease investor concern of them dumping their supply on the market driving price down. 1 billion coins flooding the market is more than enough to cause suppression. There is a petition going around right now to get Ripple to cut this in half and Ripple just announced theyre substantially reducing xrp sales to more accurately represent actual trade volume. Apparently Coinmarketcap shows hugely inflated false trade volumes and Ripple is now using Cryptocompare to have a clear understanding of actual volume being traded. Read here - https://www.ripple.com/insights/q2-2019-xrp-markets-report/
If Vechain were to lock up 95+% of their tokens, and lock up 95% of their staffs tokens for another year, while they continue with the buy back theyve started it would solve the immense downward pressure and the market price of VET would begin to appreciate and more accurately represent all the company is accomplishing. The Walmart announcement moved the price up 30% in approx 1-2 hours and you could see volume increased dramatically for that very short period but within a few hours the entire 30% gain was back to ZERO! I assume someone(s) were just selling into the 30% until it was all wiped out because it happened fast. Have a look at all other cryptos and youll see that when big announcements come they increase in value substantially and typically hold 50+% of that gain going forward. Link is a good example but there are many others too.
for approx 24 hours leading up to the Walmart announcement LATOKEN exchange was showing about 10-20 times the volume it usually has for VET so whoever it was trading on LATOKEN more than likely knew the announcement was coming. No proof ofcourse, but very odd to see this exchange suddenly blow away Binance and Oceanex 10 fold in terms of trade volume.
With the minimal volume (actual exchange volume) we see with VET daily, even just devs selling / trading 50-250 million on the open market could suppress price inadvertently.
Taking measures like these will raise Vechains standing amoung the naysayers and VET will rise into top 10 in the market in a fairly short period of time rather than continue to fall as it has for the past 1.5 years straight.
When VET was VEN before the 100x supply increase i questioned how the market would react to having a coin with only 30ish million in trade volume daily multiplying its supply x100 and i suggested that without a number of the top exchanges trading VET, there wont be enough volume to prevent a major drop in price and that is what happened. All other cryptos on the market that have 10 billion+ circulating supply and have a more accurate token price have maintained 5x+ the trade volume Vet has, and they are listed on most of the biggest exchanges - where Vet isnt. So exchange listings are also very important not only for the trade volume but the sense of market recognition they provide any crypto that is listed. Maybe a portion of the 25 million $ allotted for the buy back could be used on exchange listings instead?
Anyone else have some ideas?
EDIT - found this on the cryptocurrency subreddit by u/bLbGoldeN - and it provides some good insight on why projects like Vechain might not be more valuable...YET
It has been a decade since this market's inception and 3 years since I've started monitoring it closely and analyzing it. Whether you're new to crypto or a veteran that has been through multiple bubbles, chances are you don't really know what's going on. Despite surviving the worst bear market so far, we're hovering at a $300B total market cap. So how come crypto journalism is so bad it sticks out even when compared to modern journalism? The answer is that the lack of available foresight and unbiased analyses is very much on purpose.
Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, Bitcoin SV and other clones (and almost everything else, but clones aren't as nebulous) really give you a great window on the insanity of this market. Everyone who tries to attach any kind of metrics to these projects or make realistic predictions regarding adoption and 'fair value' is prompted with a question: "Who in their right mind could think this is worth 5+ billions?" Since it's essentially impossible to reconcile market valuation and fundamentals, they assume that there's something they're not getting, that there's crucial information they lack, so they resume business as usual. There has to be a reason, right? The truth is that crypto as a whole is a rare and insanely profitable cocktail. The market is split almost perfectly in two (by perfectly, I don't mean a 50/50 split, I mean that these two sides represent almost 100% of the market):
Manipulators, who have the means to perform due diligence and are fully aware that the vast, vast majority of projects will absolutely never go anywhere, yet that a select few might explode. Gamblers, who do not understand the underlying technology (and even less the economic environment surrounding said technology) but are ready to shell out millions collectively to make a quick profit. The amount of people who perform thorough, unbiased research and invest carefully is staggeringly low, simply because there are very few individuals with the resources required to sift through the bullshit and without any intention to exploit the market. Coupled with extremely low real liquidity (arbitrage and market makers shouldn't really be considered), this results in a nonsensical market of booms & busts that benefits manipulators every time. However, none of this would be possible if it weren't for a key ingredient: Bitcoin. As long as Bitcoin and any of its clones gravitate towards the top, you can be sure that the market conditions haven't changed, because they act as indicators. Our top meme is a perfect testament to that: "HODL" is based on the bizarre and baseless assumption that the past will repeat ad vitam, and it does a great job keeping liquidity low. In short, it's a perfect gauge of the community's overall idiocy.
Mainstream media only exacerbates the issue. It's much less costly (and thus, more profitable) for it to invite supporters or critics of Bitcoin to push a certain agenda than it is to pay competent journalists or experts to provide a detailed explanation of smart contracts and the rise of a programmable economy, for example. Yet I can tell you that in most professional circles, nobody talks about Bitcoin. Manufacturers don't care about receiving payments in Bitcoin, they care about data integrity and security. Energy consortia aren't interested in having households pay their bills with Litecoin, they care about autonomous, self-balancing, self-monitoring grids that optimize electricity distribution and pricing.
There are several projects that have a much better chance to overcome the hurdles of adoption, yet it's unlikely you'll find them in the top 10 positions, because they're neither sexy nor simple. Why would manipulators waste time, money and effort inflating those projects' value, when they know full well that they'll appreciate on their own in due time? It's much easier to extract as much money as possible from morons who are willing to 'invest' in worthless junk and let the rest depreciate dramatically to secure a lower entry point. Even as the technology progresses and real innovations are made public, tribalism and hit pieces take care of the rest.
TL;DR: Current prices are not indicative of future success. If you've performed the research and come to the conclusion that an asset is undervalued, believe in yourself. This market is not your friend, it exists only to take your money.
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Bitcoin Miners in Short Supply as Chinese Manufacturers’ Capacity Inadequate

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"You’re not getting inflation on YouTube and Netflix streaming videos and candy-bars manufactured by robots in factories and Dominos Pizza. You’re getting inflation on everything you WANT." -Michael Saylor on PompPodcast (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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The fourth season of the Bitcoin Takeover Podcast is all about hardware wallet makers and their breakers. It will feature 10 episodes throughout which representatives of the most significant hardware wallet manufacturers will answer tough questions about their products.

The fourth season of the Bitcoin Takeover Podcast is all about hardware wallet makers and their breakers. It will feature 10 episodes throughout which representatives of the most significant hardware wallet manufacturers will answer tough questions about their products. submitted by VampireVlad to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mining rig manufacturer Canaan posted net loss, CEO cites Covid-19 and BTC halving

Bitcoin mining rig manufacturer Canaan posted net loss, CEO cites Covid-19 and BTC halving submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mining rig manufacturer Canaan posted net loss, CEO cites Covid-19 and BTC halving

This post was originally published on this siteThis post was originally published on this site Canaan Inc, a leading Chinese Bitcoin mining hardware manufacturer published its unaudited second quarter (2020) financial results. As per the report, the company’s gross profit increased year over year and quarter over quarter, but Canaan still suffered a net loss.  However, the firm’s gross margin expanded significantly […]
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Bitcoin mining rig manufacturer Canaan posted net loss, CEO cites Covid-19 and BTC halving

Bitcoin mining rig manufacturer Canaan posted net loss, CEO cites Covid-19 and BTC halving submitted by akshayks1995 to Crypto_Currency_News [link] [comments]

Decentralisation of hardware manufacturing? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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The fourth season of the Bitcoin Takeover Podcast is all about hardware wallet makers and their breakers. It will feature 10 episodes throughout which representatives of the most significant hardware wallet manufacturers will answer tough questions about their products.

The fourth season of the Bitcoin Takeover Podcast is all about hardware wallet makers and their breakers. It will feature 10 episodes throughout which representatives of the most significant hardware wallet manufacturers will answer tough questions about their products. submitted by sexyama to bitcoinpodcast [link] [comments]

"Bitcoin is mined using a single manufacturer's hardware, traded using a single stable coin, maintained by a single dev team. Its only smidgeon of decentralisation is Twitter, where an army of assclown bagholders never manages to get its message straight &ends up abusing everyone."

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Bitcoin miner manufacturer Ebang plans to launch crypto exchange in Singapore

Bitcoin miner manufacturer Ebang plans to launch crypto exchange in Singapore submitted by VariousWar79 to btc [link] [comments]

The fourth season of the Bitcoin Takeover Podcast is all about hardware wallet makers and their breakers. It will feature 10 episodes throughout which representatives of the most significant hardware wallet manufacturers will answer tough questions about their products. (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

The fourth season of the Bitcoin Takeover Podcast is all about hardware wallet makers and their breakers. It will feature 10 episodes throughout which representatives of the most significant hardware wallet manufacturers will answer tough questions about their products. (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

Bitcoin mining manufacturer Ebang will be listed at Nasdaq

Bitcoin mining manufacturer Ebang will be listed at Nasdaq submitted by MrCrownnnnn to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Bitcoin miner manufacturer Ebang plans to launch crypto exchange in Singapore (current BTC/USD price is $11,763.70)

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Bitcoin collectable cards I manufactured! (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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