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A subreddit for those serious about bitcoin! Less crazy, more awesome! Analysis welcomed/encouraged. We will try to keep the circle jerking to a minimum. Blogspam (etc) will probably be removed, but that's at mod discretion; since it's obviously a grey area. mod logs are public: https://modlog.github.io/#/r/BitcoinSerious
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The key innovation of Peercoin is the invention of proof-of-stake, a blockchain consensus protocol that provides efficient, sustainable security and user governance, allowing for a trustless cryptocurrency network with adaptive inflation and a core focus on securely storing all types of value. Learn more at university.peercoin.net.
A place for cultivating high-quality, open and serious discussions about Bitcoin. Your best source for ideas, discussions, and debate regarding technical, economic, business and political developments about the world's first and best cryptocurrency - Bitcoin. Welcome!
http://neodisrupt.com/ Neo is the first genuine alternative to traditional banking. They provide services that make the use of the Bitcoin technology easy and safe, allowing everyone to experience the benefits and reap the rewards from its use. Through it, people can now take control of their own finances and interact with a global economy instantly and at a much lower cost.
On this group beginners can ask questions about Bitcoin without fear of not getting to the first page. /r/BitcoinBeginners is not for posting new websites, memes, faucets, affiliate links, news, concern trolling, blog articles, or promoting altcoins and ICOs. Bitcoin related questions only. Thanks. No url shorteners (auto spam)
/r/bitcoin is amazing and we love it but sometimes it's nice to have an area dedicated to the technical details and interesting projects of bitcoin so this exists to complement /r/bitcoin, Feel free to X-Post if you think your article is relevant to both /r/bitcoin and /r/bitcointechnology This subreddit is for all proposals, articles, questions and answers on bitcoin related technology DO NOT POST icos, pricing, memes, etc here as they will be removed
r/MtGox BANNED / PRIVATE
Access restricted to MtGox creditors. In order to access you will need to verify as a creditor. Only one account can access this subreddit per creditor number. If banned, you will not be able to access this subreddit again. Your creditor number can be set as your flair, or your total claim size range, or nothing, as you prefer.
Bitmessage is a P2P communications protocol used to send encrypted messages to another person or to many subscribers. It is decentralized and trustless, meaning that you need-not inherently trust any entities like root certificate authorities. It also aims to hide "non-content" data, like the sender and receiver of messages, from eavesdroppers. If Bitmessage is completely new to you, you may wish to start by reading the [whitepaper](http://bitmessage.org/bitmessage.pdf).
For users of the [ripple](http://ripple.com) p2p ecosystem ie [stellar](https://stellar.org) but also Privpay, [dogemarket](http://www.reddit.com/r/ripplers/comments/1vjc90/doge_markets_such_power_wow_including_transitive/) as well as any forks (ING, ABNTrade, Splash, Protoshares and Netpay) or previous versions (ie www.villages.cc, multiswap)
This is a subreddit for discussion of forking Bitcoin to allow a free-market and consent-based approach to Bitcoin's / Bitcoin Cash's progress. In Bitcoin Cash we brought together like minded people - users, developers, miners - to carry on the experiment that is Bitcoin. We stand ready to fork again should it become necessary to protect Bitcoin to ensure the option of peer-to-peer electronic cash can survive and thrive.