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Where can I get bitcoin customer support? Is there a support number?

Bitcoin is not a business, it is a decentralized computer network, where no one person or organization is in charge. Thus there is no customer support number for bitcoin, like you may be used to with ...
Junaid Shaikh's user avatar
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Is there an API that exchanges USD to Bitcoin?

This looks like a service that does what you're asking for, if I'm understanding your ask and this page correctly: https://developers.coinbase.com/docs/wallet/guides/send-receive This would require ...
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Accepting Bitcoin for Services Rendered with Legal Verbiage on Set Coin Price

If you want to go all in on cryptocurrency, you can make an agreement stating the payment method as BTC or ETH and then the amount. The value of these currencies may vary with time and hence no one ...
Junaid Shaikh's user avatar
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Should full node provide BIP 157/158 services?

Of the 18 outbound connections, one is to a peer which offers COMPACT_FILTERS BIP 158 service. (I got the name from a list of optional node services provided here in Dec. 2019.) And here it says that ...
Pieter Wuille's user avatar
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How can I get more than 1 BTC on testnet?

There are no exchanges or services which sell testnet which I know of. Instead of purchasing directly, mining hardware can be borrowed or rented to directly mine testnet coins. CPU mining is no longer ...
Dave's user avatar
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Are there actually merchant services for "outgoing" processing?

I was the OP of that last question that you referenced. Tracking the 'receives' is actually very easy. There are plenty of free APIs (e.g. BlockExplorer, BitPay/Insight) that'll let you check the ...
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Ubuntu Linux -- How do I start bitcoind as a service to run automatically?

I finally end up with this setting for my raspberry nano /etc/systemd/system/bitcoind.service content of the file bitcoind.service [Unit] Description=bitcoin After=network.target [Service] Type=...
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What is this 3d design of Bitcoin?

I don't think that's a rendering. I think that's an actual copper coin with a bitcoin/circuitry theme. Googling the text on the back, "AOCS APPROVED MJB 2013," finds this site, which gives the ...
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Where can I sell domain names and earn in bitcoins?

There are no sites that automatically buy domains at all that I know of. Most of the domain marketplaces don't accept Bitcoin, but the ones that do don't have much traffic. I use bitcointalk. Just go ...
Whyte the Weeabear's user avatar
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What's the specification for Compact Size service messages?

The compactsize encoding is a variable-length encoding for integers between 0 and 264 - 1 inclusive. Numbers in [0,253) are stored a a single byte, encoding the value directly. Numbers in [253,216) ...
Pieter Wuille's user avatar
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Port 8333 and Issues to have a connection

You are conflating the two ports that Bitcoin Core opens and uses. There is the Bitcoin network port. That is port 8333 by default. You DO NOT want to try to connect to that as it is used for the ...
Ava Chow's user avatar
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Is there an API that exchanges USD to Bitcoin?

You have to use Coinbase. Their API description is a bit confusing because it combines Coinbase and Gdax. Coinbase is to transfer USD into crypto, and Gdax for crypto-to-crypto trades. An API is a ...
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What is this 3d design of Bitcoin?

They sell the 3D models all over the internet. I have dozens of multiple designs, including MJB Copper and the one with the pick-axe on the back (my favorite).
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How to handle VirWox transfers and invoices that expire quickly?

AFAIK VirWox is an exchange. You're trying to use it as a wallet. Since it isn't built to be a wallet, you're experiencing difficulties. Instead, withdraw your bitcoins to a wallet after buying them ...
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Thin command line-capable client for Linux

Electrum has a thin client. Does not need a full block chain. It is available as an RPM for Fedora which will run on Centos 7 => See https://www.rpmfind.net/linux/rpm2html/search.php?query=...
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