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It probably doesnt give you more security, and in fact if the mixer service's coin volumes are low, which they likely are, and dependent on whatever their turn around time may be, and dependent on how many coins you are asking them to mix, it is very
You should be wary when trying to travel only on Bitcoins, some people have failed in the past. At the current stage of development, Bitcoin is not ready to be used to finance your local spending across multiple countries, as getting money to and fro
So I've been thinking about the same things and have a similar situation. In short, it depends on how often you use your BTC and how paranoid you want to be. First, let me agree with 99% of Nick ODell's answer
I use MtGox because of liquidity but also because of daily range. I usually exchange USD into BTC somewhere else, then send to MtGox to trade, then send somewhere else to convert back to USD. If I were to cash in/out USD at MtGox it would take too lo
First of all, Coinbase is a little different from the main concept of an "exchange". Real exchanges, like MtGox or Bitstamp, are really just a medium between traders. People can set limit orders to buy / sell bitcoins for a certain price
New offers and orders are matched respectively with the best order and offer available until they are fulfilled. If there is more than one entry at the same price, the oldest entry will be matched first. If a new entry cannot be matched completely, i
Amazon. com , often simply Amazon, is an American electronic commerce and cloud computing company, founded in July 5, 1994 by Jeff Bezos and based in Seattle, Washington. It is the largest… A cryptocurrency exchange based in Bulgaria where users can
Now that the Bitcoin price has been on the rise again, the discussion ultimately turns to how Ethereum is doing. Albeit Ethereum has been losing some of its value compared to the Bitcoin trading price, the Ethereum price in USD remains virtually unaf
To be honest, no one knows. Assumptions or guesses about the future are exactly that, just assumptions. We could however look at what could make the price go up or down
This answer suggests popularity growth of people privately exchanging bitcoins for a physical currency, in person. This might occur in "coffee shops, hotels, hostels, hackerspaces, etc". An example would be 2 travellers meeting in a hostel in, say, t