smickles
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How to invest bitcoins?
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Beware, making use of the following could be dangerous, risky, or even illegal: http://btcjam.com p2p loans http://polimedia.us/mpex stock exchange and options contracts https://coinbr.com an mpex ...

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What is the early history of the BTC exchange rate?
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According to https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/History: 2009 October 5 Exchange rates published by New Liberty Standard. $1 = 1,309.03 BTC (and theymos thought NLS was overcharging[3]) It cites http://...

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Is there an API for price estimation?
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while amount > 0: amount_i = int(mtgox_depth['bids'][index]['amount_int']) price_i = int(mtgox_depth['bids'][index]['price_int']) if amount_i < amount: ...

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How can I delete an address (private key) in the list of received Bitcoins?
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The only way I know of Is to use something like Pywallet, as Meni mentioned. However, I would like to point out that it is best practice to create a new address for each transaction. If you are ...

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Transfer between exchanges without fees
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The best way to transfer between exchanges without fees is bitcoin. Coupons (like mtgoxusd) used to be very nice, but now it seems fees are often charged in addition to some of the coupons becoming ...

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Bitcoin inflation in 9/12 doesn't seem to have been corrected. Why not and will it be fixed?
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In cases like these, I wouldn't expect the line of 'total bitcoins in circulation' to return to the drawn red line. The rate has returned to normal (as evidenced by the fact that the two lines are now ...

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Is there a uniform measure of "difficulty", that when multiplied by price, will give "profitability of one hour of mining"?
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http://bitcoinx.com/charts/ does something similar to what you ask for in the title. They calculate (and chart) a profitability estimate in USD for 24 hours of mining with 100 Mh/s, so you could ...

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Difficulty based derivatives and insurance
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Difficulty based derivatives would be like this: http://mpex.co/?mpsic=X.IDIFF.MAR Miners can buy them to ensure a set level of difficulty for their operations.

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Alternative uses for last five decimal places of an individual Bitcoin (0.000xxxxx)
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MPEx uses the last 7 decimals to identify individual deposits made to their publicly known deposit address. Here is a sample of how they do it: -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 In order ...

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