Filip
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mobile sites/apps and other things
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That's lot of questions!! The first thing I recommend is to browse the pages here: http://bitcoin.org/en/ As a bitcoin user/spender you don't need to think much of how mining works, just that they ...

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Does mtGOX allow for buying on one exchange and selling on another through their API?
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Im going to answer this with a NO. Although some non bitcoin exchanges supports mutual offsetting, for example SGX and CME allow you to offset futures contracts the way you are talking about I'm ...

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Do faucets actually work?
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Most faucets are based on ad revenue. Bitcoin fauces do give aways fractions of bitcoins for you to visit sites filled with ads and the faucet collects revenue when you visit the site. To prevent bots ...

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What is Open Transactions?
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There a description here https://bitcointalk.org/?topic=847.0;wap2 It seem to add extra anonymity to transactions in that its not possible to see incoming or outgoing transactions to an account, ...

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For US Tax purposes, is Bitcoin mining more like property, "work to solve a puzzle" or "winning a lottery"?
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I recommend this article: http://www.coindesk.com/bitcoin-law-what-us-businesses-need-to-know/ It says: Individual bitcoin miners who convert their “created” coins to fiat are money transmitters, ...

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Why hasn't bitcoin mining been scaled / wouldn't that ruin the concept?
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Digging for gold was not a business in the early days, it was left to lunatics. Only later mining companies were started. The previous answers about the difficulty and upper limits in profits are ...

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In Deepbit how do you get the Bitcoins transfered to your wallet?
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As far I know most mining pools require a minimum balance of one bitcent before you can withdraw. The fee for a transaction smaller than this is 0.0005BTC so I assume the pools have decided to block ...

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gui miner wont mine on slushes pool
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Read the manual for gui-miner and make sure have the connection parameters configured correctly. Mining is super competitive these days so unless you have a high-end computer which can output high ...

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I want to distribute small amount of bitcoins
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I read this on bitcoinfees.com If any of the outputs (including any change) of your transaction are less than 0.01 BTC, then a fee of 0.0005 BTC is required. This is called bitcoin dust. Smaller ...

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Where can I find people willing to pay me in bitcoin for services?
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You can try these sites: http://www.bitcoinjobs.com/ http://bittask.com/ http://bitgigs.com/ ...

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