Bitcoin diggers in Argentina benefit from government-subsidized electricity. Even after Bitcoin's recent price correction, the cost of electricity for anyone working from home is always a fraction of the total income generated. Canada's Bitfarms has already signed an agreement with a local power plant to process 250 megawatts of natural gas-powered …
Can I gamble with my bitcoins?
There are more and more casinos in Europe where it is possible to deposit and pay out with bitcoins. The casinos also offer a large selection of slots and table games.
Is Bitcoin a Good Investment?
To be honest, it is still hard to say. Yes, it seems like quite an amazing digital coin, which keeps showing us over and over again that it is not going anywhere, but how can we know for sure? We can’t. As bitcoins are still new ( many people are not even aware of its exsitence yet), it is difficult to predict or make any profit estimations. That is why many investors refer to it as a lottery ticket; you either invest some money and win big or lose it completly. Not suited for everybody, but for the ones looking to take a very interesting risk (it could even be a very small risk, of course) and have some money aside, this may be the best solution.
Why Should You Invest in Bitcoin Now?
1. It was considered the best yielding asset of 2013!
2. The numbers of bitcoins available is limited despite the fact that it is a digital coin.
3. Investors seem to tie its price to that of gold
4. Get it now while its price is still relatively low. Its instability may work to your advantage.
5. Today you can even shop online with bitcoin so in any case, this investment will serve you well.
News about gambling and bitcoin
MicroStrategy, one of the largest institutional Bitcoin investors in the world, announced a $15 million purchase of BTC on Thursday. With this purchase, the company has added another 271 bitcoins (BTC) to its balance sheet, underlining CEO Michael Saylor's belief in the digital asset. Saylor announced that the purchases were made through May 13 …
Let's start with why major cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum are not privacy coins. These coins do not provide anonymity, but pseudo-anonymity. Pseudo-anonymity in this case means that users do not make payments anonymously, but under a "false" name. MoneroOne of the larger pirvacy coins. Transactions with it are always anonymous with …