Jonathan Rogiest
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Can I Recover Bitcoins Transferred to a “Sending” Address?
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Bitcoin payments are irreversible Any transaction issued with Bitcoin cannot be reversed, they can only be refunded by the person receiving the funds. That means you should take care to do ...

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Possible to buy bitcoin at MtGox at $259 and sell for $635 at BitStamp at 18th February 2014?
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In short: At this current time, you can buy BTC but you can not withdraw your BTC from Mt. Gox due to immaturity of their infrastructure and modified Bitcoin code. Time will tell if they survive this. ...

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Bitcoin-qt Show Transaction Details
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Bip 70 This BIP describes a protocol for communication between a merchant and their customer, enabling both a better customer experience and better security against man-in-the-middle attacks on the ...

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How can I pay with Bitcoin on overstock.com o.co?
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Only for the USA at the moment according to reddit If you go to the checkout page on Overstock you'll see an option to pay with Bitcoin! -edit- For now it's only available on the U.S. ...

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Preventing theft of Bitcoin ATM
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According to the website: The machine will be smash and grab resistant. It is not meant for unattended or outdoor use, but it will have thick metal mounting plates, a dual locking system and an ...

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Will deflation destroy Bitcoin?
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Understanding bitcoin price behavior with the Quantity theory of money M · V = P · Q Money supply times the Velocity of money equals the Price level times the Quantity of goods. Several arguments ...

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Bitcoin Core V 0.10.0: Is there a way to force send when not synchronized?
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No, you can not force a transaction. Your bitcoin core wallet will only trust receiving and sending transactions once you are synchronised. Your wallet is currently doing something similar to time ...

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How do developing countries begin to adopt bitcoin?
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It's quite simple to begin being part of the Bitcoin network. It's public and open to everybody. If there is no Bitcoin infrastructure around your community, for example where you could buy bitcoins, ...

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What is necessary for a Hotel to accept Bitcoin as a payment method?
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If depends on your geographic preference and location in case you want to make it easier for national clients to use bitcoin as a payment transmission mechanism. But in case you are in the USA: ...

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Is there a Bitcoin ATM in London?
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No, there is not Bitcoin ATM in London. There are only two ATM machines at the moment. One in Canada and the other one about to go live in Hong Kong. Brazil is getting one soon. But there are ...

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Wallet Out of Sync and Bitcoin transfer
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In case of an offline wallet such as Bitcoin-Qt, you will need to be synchronised/update before you see your wallet balance correctly. The Bitcoin client will download the whole blockchain if it is ...

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signed up in 2010-now trying to access
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IF you still have your wallet: This means you still have your private key This also means you have your public key (you call it the same email address i assume) syncronize the blockchain on your ...

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How could a large owner of Bitcoin give back to the Bitcoin community in an equal way?
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An idea would be to sponsor open source project that help the open source community and their infrastructure. In this case, they could help Bitcoin related open source projects that help the Bitcoin ...

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