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- Sat, 20 Sep 2014 16:23:43 EST wdgtlpMr No.36965
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how do i get bitcoins?
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Emma Sommlemag - Sun, 21 Sep 2014 22:28:57 EST twjD60kq No.36970 Reply
Buy them from an exchange.
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Fucking Blacklock - Tue, 23 Sep 2014 00:57:01 EST KvjZNwWE No.36972 Reply
>>36965
Mine or buy. Mining is hard, but is "free", buying is an investment. Honestly, I think dogecoin is still mineable if you can stand circlejerk. It's popular and it's -fun- or something. Plus it's easier to get into. Mine from a pool, either way, or buy.
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Samuel Puppershit - Wed, 24 Sep 2014 04:29:07 EST HarniAmA No.36976 Reply
sell goods and services amominesly
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Eugene Dartman - Thu, 25 Sep 2014 05:11:22 EST KYcHL+6N No.36978 Reply
>>36972
What's the pay out for someone with 8 hours\day with 3 computers?
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Esther Tootwell - Thu, 25 Sep 2014 17:23:05 EST KvjZNwWE No.36979 Reply
>>36978
Depends highly on your computer
probably not worth it unless you have something that can compete
not to mention that they get harder to mine
dogecoin's probably a bit easier, idk. choose something thats easy to mine that will retain value.
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Ian Chemmerstudge - Thu, 25 Sep 2014 22:32:29 EST wdgtlpMr No.36982 Reply
>>36970
any suggested exchanges or wallets to use? i looked at the sellers at localbitcoins but they all seem to want you to pay in walmart gift cards or cash deposits to certain banks. is it possible to just pay online with a credit card?
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Sidney Cindlefuck - Sat, 27 Sep 2014 15:13:58 EST twjD60kq No.36986 Reply
>>36972
>mining is free
That's the silliest thing I've read all day.

>>36978
Very little, for bitcoin at least. Post your stats, though. There are lots of other *coins that might be worth your while, although it's really not worth it unless your computers are really good or you get free electricity. Definitely mine in a pool.

>>36982
You can buy online with a credit card. Blockchain used to have a list of the different exchanges, but I can't find it now so you're on your own there.
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Theo Montissori II - Sun, 28 Sep 2014 13:29:14 EST 4tLTBGFr No.36989 Reply
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>>36965
go to a bit coin forum and read the FAQ/sticky
godspeed
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Nicholas Brookville - Fri, 03 Oct 2014 04:00:00 EST KYcHL+6N No.37003 Reply
>>36989
What's the earning potential of an ordinary person with a couple of laptops?
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Cedric Neddlestudging - Sat, 08 Nov 2014 07:53:51 EST nM5I+yAB No.37096 Reply
>>37003
in fact you will lose money on power expenses
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Cedric Neddlestudging - Sat, 08 Nov 2014 07:54:54 EST nM5I+yAB No.37097 Reply
>>37096
this is also the case now for pretty much anything without an ASIC chip or industrial power discounts.
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Caroline Nickleford - Sun, 09 Nov 2014 03:11:05 EST tmRACDiT No.37098 Reply
someone wanna give me advice on a good bitcoin exchange to use, and wallet for that matter.

the faq just kinda list em, my top two are kraken and coin exchange. or using localbitcoin and doing a cash depo but that seem really sketch.
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Alice Fublingtat - Thu, 20 Nov 2014 10:44:37 EST vMITqxNw No.37116 Reply
>>37096
Thorough calculations are posted on bitcoin website...

Traditionally the power use v. performance for using nVidia cards for mining is very bad. AMD cards use less power to get more or less the same performance. According to the bitcoin wiki nVidia cards use too much power to turn a bitcoin profit.

Last time I tried mining on my AMD 4890 card, I got .01 BTC for 48 hours of mining. To get much more, you'll need either a modern high-end card or a SLI/CF setup.
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CrazyFolksTribe !loJSOMZg0g - Thu, 20 Nov 2014 20:32:07 EST vmeOeHzS No.37117 Reply
>>37116
If you need to buy a new graphics card just to mine a few dollars' worth of bitcoin, I don't think it's worthwhile.
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Frederick Fuvinggold - Mon, 24 Nov 2014 19:24:43 EST x2Z1fc9i No.37126 Reply
>>37117
It's *definitely* not worth it. At this point, you need specialized equipment to mine BC. They don't even use graphics cards anymore. A graphics card uses more electricity than the monetary value of the coins created.
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Edwin Nicklewater - Sat, 10 Jan 2015 23:44:51 EST PQ7DzLrn No.37199 Reply
Heres a great and easy ass way to get bitcoins really vheap. Best part is you can use a debit or credit card.

  1. Go to expresscoin dotcom and make an account
  2. Place an order using money order option
  3. Go to your post office and get a money order for the exact amount using cash, debit, or credit card
  4. Mail it
5.?????
6. Bitcoins!
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Isabella Nallershit - Sun, 11 Jan 2015 20:11:09 EST FfXnGEvE No.37201 Reply
Virwox is instant and from the internet, and the only place you can really use paypal.

That is, after they take out like 15% of your money during all the exchanges cause of fees, and the first btc withdrawal takes 48hrs.

But after that it's all very simple, it's like 3 clicks and a relatively large fee but that's it.

Localbitcoins is just
>make the payment offer
>walk to local bank, put in the deposit slip for the person's bank #
>receive bitcoins when he releases them
They usually cost 5% more than the actual btc value which isn't bad at all, for such a simple exchange.


If you're trying to buy them to invest, then, well, lol
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Hugh Pabblekatch - Tue, 27 Jan 2015 22:41:46 EST g8TgzPWd No.37248 Reply
>>36965
if you want to avoid fees and buy directly from sellers you can do so via IRC at bitcoin-otc. google it. you might have to pay a little extra the first couple of times before sellers trust you, but yeah this is a good way to eventually get a better price than any of these shitty ass websites that charge you out the ass
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Polly Huttingwell - Fri, 08 May 2015 02:57:47 EST 49bygdJZ No.37460 Reply
>>36965
You can buy with just a back account too.
Paypal if you really want. Slightly hard. Google it if you want.
Also, if you want to buy them anonymously google that too. Will require some more work though.
https://bitcoin.org/en/getting-started
This will tell get you started. Google anything more challenging methods if wanted.
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Nathaniel Seblingshaw - Fri, 08 May 2015 11:00:44 EST nuQ4QZNE No.37461 Reply
Man. Every few months we have a bitcoin thread bump to the top of this board.

And the truth still remains: y'all missed the bitcoin boat. By like, years at this point.
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Caroline Dibblebanks - Wed, 13 May 2015 22:53:44 EST J81wFoE0 No.37467 Reply
>>37464
It's kind of a shitty return rate, though.
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William Mallynure - Mon, 25 May 2015 02:16:09 EST mow412oW No.37490 Reply
is there a way i can just buy bitcoins over the internet without going through all the hassle?
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infectious - Fri, 14 Jun 2019 00:36:39 EST oowXa/yx No.38715 Reply
Find your closest bitcoin atm. But their sell price will be higher than the market value of course.
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Nathaniel Hummlebid - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 11:56:32 EST Xu5gDPc0 No.38768 Reply
>>37201
virwox paypal died :(


watch the exchange rates on the popular bitcoin news sites. DONT pay too much / get scammed by scumbags on localbitcoins etc. that being said, buying with credit card involves taking a picture of yourself with your ID which is annoying, and buying from "local" traders means sending a western union to some random shmuck who could be located anywhere on planet earth.

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