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where to view exchange rate of bitcoin? Like a live site or something, I am really new

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Altcoin News: CoinMarketCap Eliminated Bitfinex Data When Calculating the Inter-Exchange Rate of Bitcoin

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At one point the exchange rate of Bitcoin was denominated in "World of Warcraft Gold"

Be humble
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Altcoin News: CoinMarketCap Eliminated Bitfinex Data When Calculating the Inter-Exchange Rate of Bitcoin

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Altcoin News: CoinMarketCap Eliminated Bitfinex Data When Calculating the Inter-Exchange Rate of Bitcoin

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Altcoin News: CoinMarketCap Eliminated Bitfinex Data When Calculating the Inter-Exchange Rate of Bitcoin

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Can we get back to actually discussing Bitcoin rather than the exchange rate of Bitcoin?

I know this a bit circle-jerky, but I really don't care too much what the current price of BTC is. I'm holding for now. Really the only thing that will make me sell is if I see another cryptocurrency or equally brilliant piece of software that makes the featureset of bitcoin look antiquated. I don't see that happening very soon though. Some of you newbies are speculating on something you really don't even know the utility of.
By featureset I mean this.
  1. Distributed, verifiable ledger: The blockchain is really a fancy name for a extremely secure ledger. It contains a record of every transaction that has occurred in the bitcoin ecosystem. This is an amazing achievement on its own. Can you imagine if the company you worked for had a system setup that kept track of all this information this reliably?
  2. The ability to memorize a number (or brainwallet phrase), walk across a border and (provided their there is a local exchange) change your money back to whatever fiat currency is the accepted medium of exchange in that country.
  3. The ability to have at-a-glance, verifiable, data about the entire bitcoin ecosystem. Statistical analysis is so much easier when you know your source data is accurate. http://blockchain.info/charts
  4. We know, with almost certainty, how many bitcoins will have been created by the end of the day tomorrow, 2 weeks from now, and in the year 2140. If nothing else, this is an amazing economic experiment. We get to see what a known, controlled rate of "coin" production does to society. I personally like that knowledge.
  5. Smart contracts could in the future change the way we do business, pass money to children, pay loans, etc. https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Contracts
  6. Green addresses get around the double-spend problem. https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Green_address
  7. Merged mining and other alternative chains: "Alternative chains have been suggested as ways to implement DNS, P2P currency exchanges, SSL certificate authorities, timestamping, file storage and voting systems." Goodbye Diebold.
  8. Sending money into outer space. Ok, I'm going out there with this one, but I think it's kind of fun. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56285.0
  9. Many other features already realized.
  10. Other features that have not been invented yet.
Sorry for the ramblings, just getting tired of the rampant, "OMG!!!1!!! $120/BTC" stuff that is going on in this place. It's the featureset that we should be selling, it's not just "internet gold" or "internet cash," it's a novel thing.
tl;dr: Money/Commodity/Exchange/whatever-you-want-to-call-it ver. 2.0
Edit: Grammar Nazi.
Edit 2: I woke up to find this on the top of the subreddit and myself two bitcents richer. I love the discussion and wish I could contribute a little more, but I'm going to work.
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What’s the exchange rate of bitcoins to Pokémon cards?

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My repost: Can we get back to actually discussing Bitcoin rather than the exchange rate of Bitcoin?

My post from 7 months ago with a couple of additions.
Original
I know this a bit circle-jerky, but I really don't care too much what the current price of BTC is. I'm holding for now. Really the only thing that will make me sell is if I see another cryptocurrency or equally brilliant piece of software that makes the featureset of bitcoin look antiquated. I don't see that happening very soon though. Some of you newbies are speculating on something you really don't even know the utility of.
By featureset I mean this.
  1. Distributed, verifiable ledger: The blockchain is really a fancy name for a extremely secure ledger. It contains a record of every transaction that has occurred in the bitcoin ecosystem. This is an amazing achievement on its own. Can you imagine if the company you worked for had a system setup that kept track of all this information this reliably?
  2. The ability to memorize a number (or brainwallet phrase), walk across a border and (provided there is a local exchange) change your money back to whatever fiat currency is the accepted medium of exchange in that country.
  3. The ability to have at-a-glance, verifiable, data about the entire bitcoin ecosystem. Statistical analysis is so much easier when you know your source data is accurate. http://blockchain.info/charts
  4. We know, with near certainty, how many bitcoins will have been created by the end of the day tomorrow, 2 weeks from now, and in the year 2140. If nothing else, this is an amazing economic experiment. We get to see what a known, controlled rate of "coin" production does to society. I personally like that knowledge.
  5. Smart contracts could in the future change the way we do business, pass money to children, pay loans, etc. https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Contracts
  6. Green addresses get around the double-spend problem. https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Green_address
  7. Merged mining and other alternative chains: "Alternative chains have been suggested as ways to implement DNS, P2P currency exchanges, SSL certificate authorities, timestamping, file storage and voting systems." Goodbye Diebold.
  8. This is amazing - Autonomous agents video wiki link
  9. Sending money into outer space. Ok, I'm going out there with this one, but I think it's kind of fun. (Probably need "space coin" with a longer confirmation time) https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56285.0
  10. Many other features already realized.
  11. Other features that have not been invented yet.
Sorry for the ramblings, just getting tired of the rampant, "OMG!!!1!!! $300$120/BTC" stuff that is going on in this place. It's the featureset that we should be selling, it's not just "internet gold" or "internet cash," it's a novel thing.
tl;dr: Money/Commodity/Exchange/whatever-you-want-to-call-it ver. 2.0
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At one point the exchange rate of Bitcoin was denominated in "World of Warcraft Gold" /r/Bitcoin

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At one point the exchange rate of Bitcoin was denominated in "World of Warcraft Gold" /r/Bitcoin

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: What’s the exchange rate of bitcoins to Pokémon cards? /r/AskReddit

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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: What’s the exchange rate of bitcoins to Pokémon cards? /r/AskReddit

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Concerns About the Exchange Rate of Bitcoin

A lot of people on here seem to be super excited about the current exchange rate of Bitcoin reaching all time highs, but I'm personally not all that thrilled. It seems like a lot of people view Bitcoin as an investment like a stock, but I've always thought the whole point of Bitcoin was it was supposed to be a spendable currency like a dollar or Euro.
A good currency isn't supposed to change value constantly, you want it to hold a relatively consistent value. I'd personally be way more excited if a Bitcoin had an exchange rate of $100 consistently for a year then the occasional $1000 rate that we see for a week or so every few months.
Is there something I'm missing that makes the consistently changing value a good thing for anyone other then people treating this currency as an investment?
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Our 50% discount will last only till the end of this week. This week is the last week of our Pre-sale. Over the past weekend, the exchange rate of Bitcoin, the world's main cryptocurrency, had the investors question their confidence in its constant growth.

Our 50% discount will last only till the end of this week. This week is the last week of our Pre-sale. Over the past weekend, the exchange rate of Bitcoin, the world's main cryptocurrency, had the investors question their confidence in its constant growth. submitted by uservicebt to u/uservicebt [link] [comments]

[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] What is the exchange rate of Bitcoin?

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My dad and me have an arrangement going on where he pays me 500 pretty princess points whenever he asks me to clean up the period blood stains on my bedroom walls so last week I did and then he had a special deal and offered me 10,000 pretty princess points if I would take a shower with him. I took this opportunity to get rich quick so I jumped in but now I looked online and see that my favorite anime figurines are 20% off if I pay in Bitcoin, so I want to know if this is a good deal or not. What is the exchange rate of Pretty Princess Points to Bitcoin? I can not find the answer anywhere, thanks in advance for letting me know.
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My dad and me have an arrangement going on where he pays me 500 pretty princess points whenever he asks me to clean up the period blood stains on my bedroom walls so last week I did and then he had a special deal and offered me 10,000 pretty princess points if I would take a shower with him. I took this opportunity to get rich quick so I jumped in but now I looked online and see that my favorite anime figurines are 20% off if I pay in Bitcoin, so I want to know if this is a good deal or not. What is the exchange rate of Pretty Princess Points to Bitcoin? I can not find the answer anywhere, thanks in advance for letting me know.
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Observations on the exchange rate of Bitcoin: BU hashrate up, price goes up; Core propaganda spreads, price crashes

As the Bitcoin Unlimited hash power has risen, so has Bitcoin's price to new all-time highs.
With the announcement that a few exchanges won't immediately recognize BU, the price is crashing.
The correlation is due to the fact that larger blocks will allow for more user adoption, thus Bitcoin will remain at the top of the cryptocurrency space.
Any core supporters who also hold Bitcoin are basically working against their own best interests by supporting core/segwit.
The majority of Bitcoin holders want larger blocks so that Bitcoin can continue to be peer to peer electronic cash. Bitcoin was never meant to become a settlement-only layer for off-chain centralized hubs or side-chains.
Fees are almost $2 per transaction under Core.
Segwit was dead on arrival. Core is stalling as things get worse and worse. The price will continue to crash until larger blocks are likely to happen.
This is clear for anyone to see that isn't spreading core/blockstream propaganda. Keep in mind that if core is no longer the reference protocol Blockstream is likely to stop paying core dev salaries because they can no longer influence Bitcoin's development. This is incentive for them to fight with everything they have to remain in power. Bitcoin doesn't need centralized power, it needs decentralized development teams.
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What is the exchange rate of Bitcoin? /r/Bitcoin

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Question about exchange rate of Bitcoin to Bitcoin ABC Cash

If Bitcoin ABC Cash is so great, why [it's futures market] has 17% of value of Bitcoin, maximally had 50% for few minutes... instead of like 500% of value of it?
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Exchange rate of bitcoins

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Question about exchange rate of Bitcoin to Bitcoin ABC Cash /r/btc

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