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QuarkCoin Cryptocurrency

Quark is a decentralized digital monetary system. It facilitates sending Quarks to Friends, Family Members Online Payments free of charges and charge-backs. Military Grade Encryption. No Bank or Government Control. Quark coins are based on the original idea of Bitcoin but improved, more secure, faster transaction times and zero fees. With improvements to design and security. There is also a greater coin supply with higher block rewards for miners. Quark is fully Open Source.
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Coinmiles - Bitcoin Rewards when you shop online

Coinmiles - Bitcoin Rewards when you shop online
Hey guys,
We've recently launched Coinmiles in Canada and US, a mobile-first app to reward our users when they shop at our brand partners (Best Buy, Ebay, Sephora etc.).
Website is here - www.coinmiles.io
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Respect Satoshi! The decimal place rule is important for adoption.

Respect Satoshi! The decimal place rule is important for adoption.
So I found out something interesting. Bitcoin/Bitcoin cash is in denominated in satoshi which is 8 decimal places. However a lot of currency converters truncate the number of decimal places e.g. showing 4 or 5 or 6 or 7 decimal places instead of the full 8. In fact coingecko widget showed 12 decimal places!
I found this when trying to determine the number of satoshi that make 1 US cent at the current BCH market price using google's converter, coinmill, currencio and even coingecko and coinmarketcap who I expected to know better than disrespect the decimal place rule of bitcoin.
Decimal places for BCH on coingecko widget.

This poses a problem when you are trying to find how much satoshi is needed for a tx or how much satoshi you get for x. A lay person might mistaken the smallest digit of the truncated figure to represent satoshi when it isn't.
I found only one site that respected the 8 decimal places rule when displaying converted amounts. https://coinpaprika.com/converte

Example
A) On coinmarketcap I put 1 cent and it displayed as 0.000039 when converting to bch (6 decimal places)
B) In coingecko widget I put 0.01 usd and got 0.000039436842 bch (12 decimal places)
C) On coinpaprika 1 cent is displayed correctly as 0.00003926 when converting to bch (8 decimal places)
Now in the absence of a BCH satoshi converter (I did not find one), a lay person might easily conclude 1 cent is 39 satoshi if they used coinmarket cap or 39436842 satoshi if the used coingecko when in fact it is 3,926 satoshi (coinpaprika got it right).
Crypto must be made easier for the masses to adopt. Especially for a cryptocurrency aiming to be used as everyday currency.
This is something the whole bitcoin community should take seriously. If bitcoin and bch are denominated in satoshi then it is important converters respect the decimal places rule. A step in the right direction would be for crypto sites to get their decimal places displayed right at least for major cryptos.
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The first app that gives you Bitcoin when you shop online or in-store.

The first app that gives you Bitcoin when you shop online or in-store.
Hello all! I got authorization from an admin for this post.
We built the first app that gives you Bitcoin when you shop online or in-store. It is available now for iOS and Android, or you can shop directly from our web app by going to coinmiles.io.
We are a Montreal company and are hoping to grow our support from the crypto community in Canada. The app is free and will pay you in Bitcoin when you shop as you normally do.
We have more than 200 partners waiting for you and you can even expect a little gift when you sign up!
Make sure to upvote if your interested, we need your feedback and your help spreading the word.
To download the app: https://go.onelink.me/WidW/5c3f7ea8

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If you didn't buy bitcoin, and didn't mine it, ... where did you get it? Examples...

If you earn in bitcoin, you will prefer to spend in bitcoin (versus going through the friction of "cashing out" into fiat). This occurring will "close the loop", lessening significantly the conversions to and from fiat.
What would change that you would be earning inn bitcoin in the future? Well, ... you might:
Things are just getting started ...., just wait until gig marketplaces like Uber, DoorDash, and AirBNB offer to pay in bitcoin to attract more service providers. Or when payment in bitcoin is an option for those who make bulk payments -- such as Udemy which pays instructors their commissions and TryMYUI wich pays their testers.
What other ways have you ended up with bitcoin, other than buying from an exchange?
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Dogecoin Value - Now and Future with other Crypto

Ok I admit, when I stopped mining Doge I thought it was a lost cause, was like whatever... now with this stuff with bitcoin and the new bitqy, I decided, get let me look at my Doge and see if it still even exists.
I am using coinmill.com and see that 1000 doge = $3.77 Does this sound right? Because if it is, it has gone up SIGNIFICANTLY and I just need a reality check.
Dogepay has it at $2.49... that's a pretty big discrepancy. I guess just like anything I can look for the "best" exchange for me and sell there if I needed USD?
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J-POP Tape Album from POST/POP! My third release is totally crazy japanese girl-band NO CARS! - buy now!

J-POP Tape Album from POST/POP! My third release is totally crazy japanese girl-band NO CARS! - buy now! submitted by jedshepherd to cassetteculture [link] [comments]

Of Wolves and Weasels - Day 185 - Our Global Dogecoin

Hey all! GoodShibe here!
One of the most important ways for us to help expand our community, to expand the reach of Dogecoin, is to help make our DOGEs even more 'international'.
wutzibu recently discovered that 1 DOGE currently is worth about 5 Vietnamese Dong and there's quite a relevant point to be made there.
The truly interesting thing about Dogecoin versus some of the other coins is that we're already somewhat specialized for small/micro-transactions.
1 Dogecoin, alone, isn't worth much - certainly nowhere near 1 USD yet - and that actually kind of works out pretty well when you look stop and look internationally.
As of right now (using CoinMill):
Of course the hardest part is in getting set up in some of these countries -- Vietnam, for instance, has already forbidden credit institutions from getting involved in cryptos and has warned its citizens against it.
India, China and Indonesia seem pretty hostile to cryptos as well.
Here's a great - if somewhat disputed - Wikipedia article that breaks down the legality of Bitcoin by country. This is pretty much safe to assume that it takes all cryptos into account as well and is a pretty good place to start when thinking about cryptos, internationally.
I truly think that bringing new countries online with Dogecoin, helping our coin grow and make headway around the world, will be an important step forward for us. It's not the only way forward, of course.
But reaching out, internationally, is definitely something that should be on our radar.
It's 8:48AM EST and we've found 86.94% of our initial 100 Billion DOGEs -- only 13.06% remains until our period of Hyper-inflation ends! Our Global Hashrate is holding strong at ~88 Gigahashes per second and our Difficulty is down slightly from ~1273 to ~1261.
As always, I appreciate your support!
GoodShibe
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[META] I am still wondering why the prices are so high.

ALTHOUGH THIS HAS AN "ANGRY" TONE, I'D LIKE MY MIND TO BE CHANGED ON THIS, POSSIBLY WITH THE SAME "CYNICAL/SARCASTIC" TONE, not with a shitload of downvotes and with rich people yelling at me. I truly love the fact that we have exchanges built on trust, person to person. Dogemarket has been my only way of buying dogecoins and I'm starting trading just now. So:
Looking at the number of dislikes and likes in the comments of the [META] post explaining the prices, there is a clear tendecy of conserving the right to set whatever price big sellers want. You don't agree? Have a downvote, a "ignorant" label and kick out of the market. Llet me sell my shit at my own price. This is lobby behaving. In the risks list, include how much you made from selling dogecoin at at least 30% the market price. Let's say you actually get that bitcoin: 1 BTC today from justcoin is about 500€; yesterday almost the same (+10-) Go to cryptsy (I'd go to vircurex, but let's stick to your case) and trade it for: 366,789 doge (right now). How much are 360,000 doge? Right now 445€, make it 440 to make it round. So 60€ to go even: about 15% (1.41€) more of the price on the lot will break even. From there up it's all in your pocket. How much is 30% of the price more? It's 70€ on 1 BTC you bought. So let's see what's on the market... 500k at 2.5$/k, which is 50%, 50% more than the price 5hrs ago (when it was posted). Well we know our numbers. How much is in the pocket of the seller? We're in luck! 5 hrs ago the price was still about (20€ more 4 hours behind those 5 I considered and vox allows 2,3h BTC transactions) 500€/BTC and dogecoin was again at 270 satoshi. We'll keep numbers high, although it is probable OP bought at less than 240 satoshi. It brings us again at about 1.41€ to break even: 705€ for 502,000Ð or 1.356 BTC at 520€/BTC, 260satoshi/DOGE. Woop woop we have at least 900€ cashed in with that 35% more!. Meh, 200€ every 2 or 3 days (assuming this isn't daily) and you complain about losing say 500€ every month? Fuck me that's still 1900€ per month at the rhythm I supposed. I understand the risk of BTC is rising fast seen the shit is happening. But hey, there's still Litecoin and a lot of other ways to buy dogecoin. I could even buy from you at 30% and then then sell immediatly after at 50%. I have not taken in account the dogecoin price oscillation! If anybody bought dogecoins when they were under 200 satoshi and selling them now at 30% more the ACTUAL price... shit... What am I studying for?
One final thought. Not everybody loses stuff. There are merchants that have bad luck like you, but for the rest there is no excuse. Being this a free market, you can sell whatever you want at the price you want and if there is someone buying, you'll keep selling. I don't think sellers that keep selling are in red. Honestly, If I had enough money, I'd mine my dogecoins and sell them at 110% the current price. I hope I will find a solution to this. P.S. How can you guys think PayPal and Amazon don't notice all that money entering?!? P.P.S Why don't you cut your transactions in little pieces, say 10,000 doges at a time? P.P.P.S. I really hope you understand I am a simple shibe. So if I made terrible mistakes in my reasoning, point them out; I'll bow my head and keep my journey.
TL;DR the prices in here are high enough to get most of the times about 15% back of the initial investment, if not more. Being for a lot of people entering dogecoin culture the first place to look at, /dogemarket should point more at spreading doge than squeezing out money at 30/40/50% of the actual price.
Sources: https://www.cryptsy.com http://coinmill.com/EUR_XDG.html http://doge.yottabyte.nu/ https://www.bitcoin.de/en
EDIT: TL;DR, format Edit2: how can you downvote? I see no blue arrow... - RES, okay Edit3: please see smuttr answer and mine below his/hers for the proof of my TL;DR Edit4: I get it: free market. People pay what they pay. So wake up, paying people. Meh... I haven't written all this to complain. Who should I complain with anyway? And you people talk, with 74 upvotes on a post about someone who chose the wrong website to buy bitcoin. What's that called again? Actually this post was just an answer to this one: http://www.reddit.com/dogemarket/comments/1xlzd0/meta_if_youre_wondering_why_the_prices_here_are/ Because I felt it was a little unfair how the voting system was hiding people trying to dissent with OP. I also wanted to make a couple of calculations to understand where actually the money goes in a 150% actual price transaction.
Edit5, final edit: The conclusion to this is that whoever thinks the prices are too damn high and tries to QUESTION, not complain, question why is that so, can go buy somewhere else. I'm happy you folks helped me with this. At least buyers will now know who they are dealing with. I profoundly thank smuttr for changing my mind on what the base price to calculate one's profit margin should be. Although I don't consider the incapacity of finding better instruments of exchange an excuse to charge more. As far as I see now: -Miners ride the wave of prices. Can't really say much... coinwarz.com calculate the break even on the actual price of altcoins, so for miners selling here, it will arrive 30% faster. -Traders are bound to this formula (that doesn't consider about oscillations, problems, risk...) : Investment / {'['(' {[(Investment - Wire)/BTCcost]exchange fee} /DOGEcost ')exchange fee'] -1'} /1000 Which with, for example Anxpro (it's the only one I know about right now), quickly collapse to I / {[(I-W)/BTCc] /DOGEc} / 1000. As you see the only variables in this one are I and W and, numbers in hand, the % of W in respect to I is what weights on the initial premium. So: [(I-W)/I - 1] is a constant factor to be considered in every price, until there will be no cost in bank transfer. In my example below is 2% and I honestly think it doesn't go above 5-7%. This means I>=200$ and W=15$. For fun, The exchange fees are to be accounted as they are. So now we have the IW + exBTC + exDOGE. I refuse to take in account the movement fees because they are plain stupid.
REAL TL;DR from the prices you see, you should account that about 3% is a real cost.
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UPDATE: Dogecoin meetup welcomes Bitcoin, Litecoin Vertcoin and more to a bar crawl for BARCS!

What: Dogecoin Meetup
When: March 22 | 4:00 p.m. - 8:00p.m.
Where: Frazier's on the Avenue | 919 W 36th St, Baltimore, MD 21211
De Kleine Duivel | 3602 Hickory Ave, Baltimore, MD 21211
The 14ers here with another update on the March 22 Dogecoin meetup in Hampden. We would like to extend this event to all facets of the altcoin world. Our overall goal is to bring people together to discuss how this technology is reshaping the future of the world economy. We invite all altcoin users to come and join the conversation; bitcoin, litecoin, vertcoin, etc. are all welcome!
The event will kick off at Frazier's on the Avenue, where we will be accepting Dogecoin for beer and food from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Then we'll be walking over to De Kleine Duivel for more of the same from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you don't have any doge to spend, don't worry. These establishments will still be accepting OG currency, the good ol' USD.
Give some doge back to the dogs!
We will be accepting donations (doge or USD) at both locations for BARCS, the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter, so you can help support homeless shibes.
Other news
So much has happened in the altcoin world in just the past week; we’ll have plenty to discuss at this event. We will continue to post updates as we draw closer to the meetup. Here are a few of this week’s stories of interest, as well as some additional resources, including a link to our original post:
the14ers meetup post 1: http://www.reddit.com/baltimore/comments/1z7fix/dogecoin_meetup_in_baltimore/
Stories of interest for the week of 3/3/2014:
Vault of Satoshi announced cessation of operations in the United States due to what is described as an “increasingly hostile” regulatory environment
http://newsbtc.com/2014/03/06/vault-satoshi-ceasing-u-s-operations-due-increasingly-hostile-regulatory-environment/
Controversial article claims to have located the real Satoshi Nakamoto.
http://mag.newsweek.com/2014/03/14/bitcoin-satoshi-nakamoto.html
MtGox files for bankruptcy:
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2014/02/28/283863219/mtgox-files-for-bankruptcy-nearly-500m-of-bitcoins-lost
Mining and trading resources:
http://www.cryptobadger.com/build-your-own-litecoin-mining-rig/http://doge.yottabyte.nu/
http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency http://coinmill.com/XDG_calculator.html
We will continue to post additional information next week. Comments and questions are welcome!
TL;DR -
-The meetup will kickoff March 22nd 4PM at Fraziers on the Ave
-We will be raising money for the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS)
-For now, we will only be accepting dogecoin (and USD) for goods and donations at this event, but everyone is welcome to come and join us.
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UPDATE: Dogecoin meetup welcomes Bitcoin, Litecoin Vertcoin and more to a bar crawl for BARCS!

What: Dogecoin Meetup
When: March 22 | 4:00 p.m. - 8:00p.m.
Where: Frazier's on the Avenue | 919 W 36th St, Baltimore, MD 21211
De Kleine Duivel | 3602 Hickory Ave, Baltimore, MD 21211
The 14ers here with another update on the March 22 Dogecoin meetup in Hampden. We would like to extend this event to all facets of the altcoin world. Our overall goal is to bring people together to discuss how this technology is reshaping the future of the world economy. We invite all altcoin users to come and join the conversation; bitcoin, litecoin, vertcoin, etc. are all welcome!
The event will kick off at Frazier's on the Avenue, where we will be accepting Dogecoin for beer and food from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Then we'll be walking over to De Kleine Duivel for more of the same from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you don't have any doge to spend, don't worry. These establishments will still be accepting OG currency, the good ol' USD.
Give some doge back to the dogs!
We will be accepting donations (doge or USD) at both locations for BARCS, the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter, so you can help support homeless shibes.
Other news
So much has happened in the altcoin world in just the past week; we’ll have plenty to discuss at this event. We will continue to post updates as we draw closer to the meetup. Here are a few of this week’s stories of interest, as well as some additional resources, including a link to our original post:
the14ers meetup post 1: http://www.reddit.com/baltimore/comments/1z7fix/dogecoin_meetup_in_baltimore/
Stories of interest for the week of 3/3/2014:
Vault of Satoshi announced cessation of operations in the United States due to what is described as an “increasingly hostile” regulatory environment
http://newsbtc.com/2014/03/06/vault-satoshi-ceasing-u-s-operations-due-increasingly-hostile-regulatory-environment/
Controversial article claims to have located the real Satoshi Nakamoto.
http://mag.newsweek.com/2014/03/14/bitcoin-satoshi-nakamoto.html
MtGox files for bankruptcy:
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2014/02/28/283863219/mtgox-files-for-bankruptcy-nearly-500m-of-bitcoins-lost
Mining and trading resources:
http://www.cryptobadger.com/build-your-own-litecoin-mining-rig/http://doge.yottabyte.nu/
http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency http://coinmill.com/XDG_calculator.html
We will continue to post additional information next week. Comments and questions are welcome!
TL;DR -
-The meetup will kickoff March 22nd 4PM at Fraziers on the Ave
-We will be raising money for the Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS)
-For now, we will only be accepting dogecoin (and USD) for goods and donations at this event, but everyone is welcome to come and join us.
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[WTS] Molten-WoW gold Lordaeron server only

.03 Bitcoins per 1k .02 Bitcoins over 20k
Using http://coinmill.com/BTC_USD.html price
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