Mark Messa
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How to unstuck a low-fee transaction with blockchain.info?
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I want to delete my unconfirmed transactions from Blockchain.info? Unconfirmed transaction means that your transaction is being broadcast through the network until some miner write it down into a ...

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Transferring Money from China to another Country Using Bitcoin
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All you need to do is find someone to sell the amount you are looking for of bitcoins. After the bitcoins get to your address, you can spend them the way you like, anywhere in the globe (as long as ...

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How can I find out the current exchange rate of Bitcoin/USD?
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Very simple. Go to google and type: BTC to USD A nice box with the current exchange rate should appear on your browser.

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Guides/books on how to start a Bitcoin-accepting online business?
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[...] how to found a company and deal with tax issues and other related human resources issues like payroll. I don't think such sources are currently available for one simple reason: up to now the ...

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Is Bitcoin a corporation?
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The debate of bitcoin in the legal system is just in the beginning. It's not even that clear (worldwide) whether bitcoin is legally consider money or not. Up to now, most of bitcoin space is ...

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How to send/receive Bitcoins from cold wallet?
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"Is there a way to do this (send / receive) without needing to use my private key on a computer connected to the internet?" Yes, search for 'offline wallet'. The basic idea is the following: ...

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How would Bitcoin's purchasing power be measured after fiat were gone?
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If in this hypothetical scenario there weren't any other unit of account available, it would be necessary to use some kind of consumer price index. Fortunately, besides fiat currencies, there is ...

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Can the bitcoin supply be expanded?
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"[...] is it possible for this third party to lend my bitcoins [...]" If the bitcoins are in your address and only you know the private key of your address, then nobody else can move your bitcoins ...

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Could someone solve for your private keys by sending many transactions to the same address?
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Several cryptographic schemes have such kind of flaw, that is, if an attacker intercepts several messages from one single private key source, it becomes easier to decipher the message. During the ...

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I just lost 1.36275883 ($313), and I don't know how it happened or how to prevent it again
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Only with the information you have provided, there will be a lot of guess working in order to pinpoint what really happen. The question that we could help you is how to prevent this to happen again. ...

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