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...through the market. The fee appeared in the account history next to each trade. The trading fee was discounted for larger customers based on volume, whic
The fees were, by default, subtracted from the proceeds of each trade (e.g., a buy of 1.0 BTC will add to the account balance 0.994 BTC when the
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...-to-peer as well as offer or receive loans by placing free advertisements. Trade advertisements are split into categories of online or local in-person ads.
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...e not consistent, and therefore cannot be used as a currency. In order to trade, people exchange gold for either beef or oranges. They see gold as a store
...'value' that can be placed upon a good before it becomes too attractive to trade for other goods (thus ending the spiral). The only time that the 'Deflatio
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...onymity with increased convenience, thereby eliminating the need to make a trade-off between privacy and ease of use.
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...nd, and are harder to find the more people who are looking for them). You trade them to me by sending them to my bitcoin address. Inside the software, a m
Now I've got them. If you try to trade those same 25 bitcoins to somebody else, it won't work-- everybody running
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...ply and demand create a market for block space that allows users to make a trade-off between confirmation time and cost. Users with high time requirements m
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...werful weapon in the fight to eradicate underground economy (e.g., illicit trade, donations to illegal organizations, counterfeit, evasion of income and sal
...money to anonymous digital wallets has led to its notoriety (e.g., illicit trade and donations), then its innate feature of recording every single transacti
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...the site occurred in March, 2011. Among the changes were: smaller minimum trade size, 24 X 7 trading, and some steps to help ensure that payment would be m
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...y the exchange, to his own account in the exchange, uses these balances to trade with other users of the exchange and then withdraws that money. Unlike over
...es a charge he didn't make. As a result, it is strongly recommended to not trade 'soft' currency for 'hard' currency with people you do not know or trust.
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Value is ultimately determined by what people are willing to trade for - by supply and demand.
...012) indicates that smaller transactions are becoming the norm, indicating trade rather than investment. In more pragmatic terms, "fairness" is an arbitrary
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...://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2519.0 Announcing bitcoin-central.net - trade USD and EUR for free!]</ref>
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...tnet reset with a different genesis block, because people were starting to trade testnet coins for real money. '''Testnet3''' is the current test network. I
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(08:29:58 AM) gribble: BC | TRADE|LRUSD 50.0 @ $0.385
(08:59:20 AM) gribble: MTG| TRADE| 500 @ $0.3825
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...s based solely on the willingness of holders and merchants to accept it in trade.
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...y defrauding you. By changing how deeply buried the block must be, you can trade off confirmation time vs cost of an attack.
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Merchants and exchanges who accept [[trade|bitcoins as payment]] can and should set their own threshold as to how many
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Trade between bitcoin and Linden dollar (L$), the virtual currency used internall
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Previous in the [[trade]] page, Rheingold is described as "a currency pegged to Bitcoin". However,
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