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 FRACTIONAL BITCOIN MARKET

THE BITCOIN BIZ - IS LIKE THE STOCK-MARKET
 "BUT" PROFITABLE
with up-to 50% interest rate
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SAMPLE to understand - how it works !
1. YOU lease "with option" to buy a BITCOIN!
2. YOU pay CASH i.e. $1,000 [no TAX trail]
3. YOU will get a unique # - called: wallet-slot
4. The password, YOU can change for your 'slot'
5. YOU will get also a print-out via email [
secure]
6. ACCESS to the "LIVE-FEED" account #007
7. If the value in dollar is $40,000 - you own 1/40
NOW THE IMPORTANT + FUN
8. IF THE VALUE RACE TO $60,000 AGAIN !
9. YOU MADE A PROFIT of $500+ or 1/3 + !
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NOW THE BAD STUFF :
WE DO NOT SALE FULL BITCOIN RIGHT NOW!
LEASE UP-TO 49%, and we do the work, keep it live
OTHER IMPORTANT:
THE MAX LEASE IS $10,000 or 30,000,000 SAT/D
The maximum interest/profit is 33% p.a. [for right now]
The cost to operate/maintaining is a part of the "lease"
ALSO IMPORTANT: We DO NOT deal w/China coins
All NEWER coins 2019-2021 are from the Island Inc.
We buy/trade only coins before 2018 made in the USA.
WE HAVE OUR OWN "MINER", produce 5 monthly.
How much cost produce a BITCOIN [CLICK] here
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WARRANTY from your BITCOIN-WALLET !
11. YOU CAN take monthly your investment 'BACK'
12. under one year - YOU will get the full money back!
13. ONE YEAR +1 day - we will pay you interest 10%
14. BUT if you stay in BIZ - each year you earn +10%
[ i.e. if you invest in the BITCOIN biz 3 years = 30%+
> this means you can take out $1,000 + $300 interest!]
15. ONCE again, the investment is always available !
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AGAIN - this is NOT a BANK or government :
ALL BITCOINS HAVE A DIFFERENT VALUE!
DEPENDING ON AGE AND ORIGINATED!
Chinese bitcoins are only $1,200-2,000 value!
[ you can proof it on the unique trading # ! ]

WE WILL INVEST YOUR MONEY IN BITCOINS!
WE WILL BUY AND TRADE YOURS + OURS !
ALSO IMPORTANT - THERE IS "NOT" US$!
THERE IS ONLY "SATOSHI" CURRENCY Sat/D
[
https://awebanalysis.com/en/convert-satoshi-to-dollar-usd/ ]
TODAY one U$1 is around >  2,806 satoshi
your investment is today 2,806,124 satoshi (1k$)
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feel free to call 562-36-36-700 or 310-320-2226
via text 3103202226 for appointments > BITCOIN

(c) by John 310-Mr.INTERNET.run - www.BlTCOIN.us
 
> this is JOHN's investment in BITCOIN's <

 THERE IS ALWAYS AN BARGAIN TO BUY 1 BITCOIN IN CASH FOR <$30,000, MAKE OFFER

JUST A LITTLE-BIT MORE - OF INFORMATION:

What do I call the various denominations of bitcoin?

Unlike most currencies, Bitcoin amounts are highly divisible. This has led to a desire to create names for smaller denominations of bitcoin amounts, especially since transactions involving whole bitcoins are no longer quite so common. Bitcoin is decentralized, so there is no organization that can set official names for units. Therefore, there are many different units with varying degrees of popularity. As of 2014, the most common units are bitcoins, bits, and satoshi: 1 bitcoin = 1 000 000.00 bits = 100 000 000 satoshi.

How does the halving work when the number gets really small?

Eventually the reward will go from 0.00000001 BTC to zero and no more bitcoins will be created.

The block reward calculation is done as a right bitwise shift of a 64-bit signed integer, which means it is divided by two and rounded down. The integer is equal to the value in BTC * 100,000,000 since internally in the reference client software, all Bitcoin balances and values are stored as unsigned integers.

With an initial block reward of 50 BTC, it will take many 4-year periods for the block reward to reach zero.

How long will it take to generate all the coins?

The last block that will generate coins will be block #6,929,999 which should be generated at or near the year 2140. The total number of coins in circulation will then remain static at 20,999,999.9769 BTC.

Even if the allowed precision is expanded from the current 8 decimals, the total BTC in circulation will always be slightly below 21 million (assuming everything else stays the same). For example, with 16 decimals of precision, the end total would be 20,999,999.999999999496 BTC.

If no more coins are going to be generated, will more blocks be created?

Absolutely! Even before the creation of coins ends, the use of transaction fees will likely make creating new blocks more valuable from the fees than the new coins being created. When coin generation ends, these fees will sustain the ability to use bitcoins and the Bitcoin network. There is no practical limit on the number of blocks that will be mined in the future

Where does the value of Bitcoin stem from? What backs up Bitcoin?

Bitcoins have value because they are useful and because they are scarce. As they are accepted by more merchants, their value will stabilize. See the list of Bitcoin-accepting sites.

When we say that a currency is backed up by gold, we mean that there's a promise in place that you can exchange the currency for gold. Bitcoins, like dollars and euros, are not backed up by anything except the variety of merchants that accept them.

It's a common misconception that Bitcoins gain their value from the cost of electricity required to generate them. Cost doesn't equal value hiring 1,000 men to shovel a big hole in the ground may be costly, but not valuable. Also, even though scarcity is a critical requirement for a useful currency, it alone doesn't make anything valuable. For example, your fingerprints are scarce, but that doesn't mean they have any exchange value.

Alternatively it needs to be added that while the law of supply and demand applies it does not guarantee value of Bitcoins in the future. If confidence in Bitcoins is lost then it will not matter that the supply can no longer be increased, the demand will fall off with all holders trying to get rid of their coins. An example of this can be seen in cases of state currencies, in cases when the state in question dissolves and so no new supply of the currency is available (the central authority managing the supply is gone), however the demand for the currency falls sharply because confidence in its purchasing power disappears. Of-course Bitcoins do not have such central authority managing the supply of the coins, but it does not prevent confidence from eroding due to other situations that are not necessarily predictable.

Why do I have to wait 10 minutes before I can spend money I received?

10 minutes is the average time taken to find a block. It can be significantly more or less time than that depending on luck; 10 minutes is simply the average case.

Blocks (shown as "confirmations" in the GUI) are how the Bitcoin achieves consensus on who owns what. Once a block is found everyone agrees that you now own those coins, so you can spend them again. Until then it's possible that some network nodes believe otherwise, if somebody is attempting to defraud the system by reversing a transaction. The more confirmations a transaction has, the less risk there is of a reversal. Only 6 blocks or 1 hour is enough to make reversal computationally impractical. This is dramatically better than credit cards which can see charge-backs occur up to three months after the original transaction!

Ten minutes was specifically chosen by Satoshi as a tradeoff between first confirmation time and the amount of work wasted due to chain splits. After a block is mined, it takes time for other miners to find out about it, and until then they are actually competing against the new block instead of adding to it. If someone mines another new block based on the old block chain, the network can only accept one of the two, and all the work that went into the other block gets wasted. For example, if it takes miners 1 minute on average to learn about new blocks, and new blocks come every 10 minutes, then the overall network is wasting about 10% of its work. Lengthening the time between blocks reduces this waste.

As a thought experiment, what if the Bitcoin network grew to include Mars? From the farthest points in their orbits, it takes about 20 minutes for a signal to travel from Earth to Mars. With only 10 minutes between new blocks, miners on Mars would always be 2 blocks behind the miners on Earth. It would be almost impossible for them to contribute to the block chain. If we wanted collaborate with those kinds of delays, we would need at least a few hours between new blocks.