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Satoshi Nakamoto is the genius behind the Bitcoin technology. Up till date this very moment, his true identity has not been disclosed. It was Satoshi Nakamoto that posted the very first Bitcoin guide on the internet. He was the same person personally behind the development of the bulk of the Bitcoin software. He also posted various technical information about the Bitcoin project on the BitcoinTalk Forums during its initial stage. This man has never revealed his true identity. During the past years, some investigations were conducted by various bodies in order to reveal the true identity of the man called Satoshi Nakamoto. For example, a while ago, Fast Company magazine conducted an investigation and came up with an assumption that  is a group made up of three scientists . This is because these three scientists once filed for encryption patent sometime around 2008. These three scientists had been interviewed but they all denied being Satoshi Nakamoto. Again, The New York magazine conducted its own investigation about him. They also came up with an assumption that it could be either , an Irish computer science student or , a researcher at Oxford Internet institute. All to no avail, these two suspects also denied being Satoshi Nakamoto. Other investigations were made by Newsweek in 2014. Leah McGrath Goodman started looking for people whose real names are Satoshi Nakamoto. She found a 64 years old Physician in California with the same name in question. But the man also denied being the one behind the Bitcoin technology. Over the past years, there have been speculations by different individuals about the founder of this great virtual currency called . A lot of names had been dug up, but all the suspects had always denied being the ones behind the Bitcoin technology. Since 2010, Satoshi Nakamoto’s presence has not been witnessed by the Bitcoin community. His last message was in 2011. He said,  According to Wiki: So this man is probably sitting somewhere in a coffee shop, sipping hot coffee like a common man, and people won’t know that he has $4 billion in his account. Well, I think this man is a genius, and every genius deserves a reward.  


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my LTC has taken days and its still unconfirmed what gives?


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Yes! That's a great news KFC has started accepting cryptos as a payment gateway. Now we can just pay by our digital currency and enjoy chicken puffed buckets.....  Even Amazon has started accepting some of the cryptos... A few days back I was going through CCN, there I read that Starbucks and Amazon have started accepting digital money for payments.  Some new names came up like Ultimez which is also accepting cryptocurrency payments for their web services and as an option. The technology and world are changing into crypto space... Everything is moving to digital globe... Seems quite cool let's see what comes next! Let me know if you have gone through some new companies joining hands with cryptocurrencies...   


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Eu transferir um valor de BTC para minha conta e esse valor contra lá, mas quando eu vou fazer a comprar de alguma altcoins, esse valor não parece disponivel. Alguém já teve esse problema ?


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how can i take my cryptocurrency back? howto block this guys and his wallet.


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my too same here ... All the cryptopia security have been broken.


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his theory is interesting !!!! 4 concepts a;; atainable i think its beyond       p


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  You will have been phished. You need to make a support ticket, change your password and change your 2FA.


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i do not withdraw or make any trading, but my account was stolen all cryptocurrency and all cryptocurrency tranfer to wallet :  19UQsneqyaHwwodTdvfrZ1CnSAhfAF1rMv     and i don't know why. 


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I personally have mixed feelings on BTC (as it has been in nosedive since it's peak). I agree because I'm already vested, but BTC needs to go a lot lower before I buy any significant amount to hold on too. Too many people lost and will not get in on it anymore. No one would want to get paid in BTC, there is no stability as currency (today I can buy a car, tomorrow I can't buy a loaf of bread). And there will never be the volume of January again. I'm starting to think the 1000+ cryptos are not going to survive. The amount of people trading right now is so minimal its impossible to sell. Everything is going down. I have lost quite a bit because I didn't sell out before the drop. You can't even get a good rally out of some of the coins that used to pop because people sell off to any offer. It is rediculous! The sell que is so blocked up wih high amounts they may never see movement on some of the low volume coins. If everyone would stop dropping huge amounts on each offer people would buy. I refuse to buy most coins now. Someone will always sell down and that person puts that in front to make a small percentage. It is frustrating to watch! I am in this for more than 2% gains and unfortunately have too much invested to walk away, so I wait with hope. 


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KFC now accepts bitcoin ? You will be able to buy a bucket of chicken in Select Canada KFC's. However you will have to order it online using Bitpay, and have it shipped to you. Cost : Around $20 + $5 shipping + Taxes + Any other blockchain fees What do you guys think about it?


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When BTC took its huge leap in December 2017 a lot of inexperienced traders bought in. As it peaked and they failed to sell, they held on with high hopes. After a few weeks it continued to drop but with a quick little boom, so people thought it would be stable. They proceeded to take a chance in the trading markets to increase their BTC before "It's going to go way back up". So during early January 2018 there was massive Altcoin trading volume on exchanges. As people sold out their coins nightly instead of HODLING, all cryptos depreciated drastically. And as volume fell people chose to sell out and take their losses. Many lost to the pump & dump assholes and to the day trader jack offs who sell for 1%. So now that no one is buying more BTC because they feel it is a sinking ship, it will plummet. Just like all Alt currencies currently. This is the only hope for resurgence in the trading markets as a whole. If BTC falls to around $2500 - $5000 I believe people will start to buy it again, and knowing how it went up last time this wil be a huge boom. I see it reaching around 24K USD. This will bring back dramatic activities to the trading sites. The best thing everyone can do to save your investments from going down is to take down your sell orders, move them to way higher slots than just 5% over current rate. Make your sell orders smaller, buyable amounts and space them out (especially with extremely low volume coins). If everyone did this instead of cramming huge amount on every incremental satoshi, stocks would go up! Also buying currencies with low amount in circulation and niche coins seem to hold thier value. Take a coin like ATH, look at the amount of close increment sell orders there is in que at first. This coin did and will skyrocket but is log jammed until there is more volume on Cryptopia. And to the exchanges -> Please STOP adding more Alt currencies (there are way too many already). You should be removing shitcoins! If exchanges wanted to help the situation, they would announce they will delete all buy and sell orders on every .00000001 coins that haven't moved in months. This would bring movement to them. Do you realize how much BTC is buried in those shitcoins? I feel a lot of people think BitCoin & Altcoin trading is a fad or scam and only thing that will turn that statement around is if BTC drops below $5K because then the experienced & rookies will reinvest. Fingers crossed!


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To na mesma situação depositei dia 20 um total de 2094 dgb e ate agora não entro ja mandei support e eles não responde. falta de respeito


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I have found almost All exchange those charge 0.001 Bitcoin withdrawal fee, It depends on us We can Withdrawl big constantly or small contaty If you want withdrawal small contaty so you can try to withdrawal with LTC, BCC and more currencies.


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I would suggest you contact their Support team, Open a Ticket.