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Use of mBCH (milli Bitcoin Cash) for amounts in microtransactions. Opinions ?
For sites dealing almost exclusively in microtransactions (around 0.001 BCH) the use of mBCH (milli Bitcoin Cash) as the display currency does not seem particularly widespread (yet). So 0.0014 BCH would be displayed as 1.4 mBCH). This is something of a convention with mBTC (milli Bitcoin) used for microtransaction sites with BTC. Does this seem logical and natural enough, and an improvement over using just BCH when dealing exclusively with microtransactions ?
With 21 BILLION circulating tokens, each worth a dollar (milli-Bitcoins), Bitcoin is a TOY. With 21 TRILLION tokens (uBitcoins - or bits), each worth a dollar, Bitcoin is a CURRENCY. We can get to 32^2 = 1000x higher price, via merely 32x more transaction capacity - ie Satoshi's original 32MB blocks
AXA/Blockstream are suppressing Bitcoin price at 1000 bits = 1 USD. If 1 bit = 1 USD, then Bitcoin's market cap would be 15 trillion USD - close to the 82 trillion USD of "money" in the world. With Bitcoin Unlimited, we can get to 1 bit = 1 USD on-chain with 32MB blocksize ("Million-Dollar Bitcoin")
Bitcoin Original: Reinstate Satoshi's original 32MB max blocksize. If actual blocks grow 54% per year (and price grows 1.542 = 2.37x per year - Metcalfe's Law), then in 8 years we'd have 32MB blocks, 100 txns/sec, 1 BTC = 1 million USD - 100% on-chain P2P cash, without SegWit/Lightning or Unlimited
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Does /u/changetip have any plans to move to bits instead of milli-bitcoins?
It looks like there's a strong consensus to make the standard unit of currency for general transactions to be measured in bits, where 1 bit = 100 satoshis. If that's ever going to become the default we need as many users as possible to start talking in bits. So this is a public message to ask changetip if there's any interest in using bits for confirmation instead of the current milli-bitcoins?
I going to be giving a couple of my friends some (milli)bitcoins.
NINJAEDIT: I meant I'm Don't worry, I'm only doing it to those who are interested in it, but don't own any. What is the best way to give it to them? Paper wallet? Coinbase? Blockchain? Others? I was inspired by DadFoundMyAccount
It seems that reporting 1 BTC cost $950 or so on really holds Bitcoin back, in adoption even. Many people don't understand (that haven't used it yet) that you don't have to buy a whole coin, just value converted into it, etc from fiat. They don't know it is divisible up to 8 decimals, etc. Should we start a large effort to get media and news to report price conversions and Bitcoin uses in the next level down now. Milli-bitcoins make the most sense now (1/1,000) units. As price then increases more with adoption the addition of Micro-Bitcoins then would make sense (1/1,000,000). IMHO, this move would really bring down some barriers in many people's minds...
01-01 09:34 - 'Transition to Milli & Micro Bitcoins. How?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/travwill removed from /r/Bitcoin within 4412-4417min
''' It seems that reporting 1 BTC cost $950 or so on really holds Bitcoin back, in adoption even. Many people don't understand (that haven't used it yet) that you don't have to buy a whole coin, just value converted into it, etc from fiat. They don't know it is divisible up to 8 decimals, etc. Should we start a large effort to get media and news to report price conversions and Bitcoin uses in the next level down now. Milli-bitcoins make the most sense now (1/1,000) units. As price then increases more with adoption the addition of Micro-Bitcoins then would make sense (1/1,000,000). IMHO, this move would really bring down some barriers in many people's minds... ''' Transition to Milli & Micro Bitcoins. How? Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: travwill
Kardeşim bizim kendi yerli bilgisayarlarımız yok mu ? Bu yerli bilgisayarlarla bitcoin mining yapsak, Türkiye'de kaç tane yerli bilgisayarlar var bunlarla yerli ve milli bitcoin miningimizi yapcaz. Buralardan topladiğımiz paralarlada diş borcu ödüyecez. Bazı arkadaşlar yazmış harcadığımız elektriğin parasına değmez. Ya arkadaşım Doğu bizim değil mi? Gidersin Doğuya orada kaçak elektrik ile yaparsın bitcoin miningini. Ya arkadaşım 80 Milyon insanız hepimiz bir Twitch kanalı açsak, Twitchten meme gösterme cezalı oyun yayını yapsak 1 günde dış borçları bitiririz. Kimse elini taşın altına koymuyor ki. Bakın bizim Merkez Bankasında ne kadar paramız var kardeşim bu merkez bankasındaki paranın hepsiyle dolar alsak nolur dolar aniden yükselir, sonra şaaak satıcaksın 10 milyon şaaaaaak ondan sonra satacaksın bir 10 daha. Etti mi sana... Neyse işte hem dolar düşer hem aradaki farkla dış borçlarımızı kapatırız kardeşim. Herşeyi de biz mi söyleyelim artık ya. Arkadaşım bu telefon operatörleri bizim değil mi? Bu telefon operatörleriyle Amerika'da kaç kişi var 300 milyon kişi var. Hepsini teker teker arayıp adıniz fetö ve pydye karıştı desek bize 1 milyon dolar vermezseniz sizi hapse aticaz desek. şaaaak 300 milyon kişi 1 milyondan iyi para allah bereket versin o parayla dış borçları kapatırız para bile artar. Ya arkadaşım biz 80 milyon değil miyiz hepimiz bir böbreğini satsa ondan gelen parayla bi tane daha saray yaptırsak diş güçler ne der? Bak der bu adamların 2 tane sarayı var demek ki bunlara bulaşmaya değmez der ve borçlarımızı siler. Arkadaşım bizim yerli bankamız yok mu. Söyleriz yerli bankalarımıza kendi kendilerini hackleyip o vadesiz hesabi ona katlarlar. Sonuçta sayı değil mi bu arkadaşım o rakamın sonuna bir sıfır koyacaksın. Arkadaşım bizim 30 35 milyon tane yağız delikanlımız yok mu? Onların her biri avrupadan bi tane zengin dul bulsa. İyi para. Arkadaşım bu süper lig bizim değil mi? Gideceksin yabancı sitelerden oynayacaksın galatasarayla mesela en alt sıralardaki bi takımın üstüne handikaplı bahis oynayacaksın. 5 handikaplı bahis oynayacaksın sonra o en alt sıralardaki takımı kazandırtcaksın şaaaaaaaaakkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk paran 30a 40 a katlancak. Merkez bankasındaki bütün parayı bastın mı. Yemin ederim dünya diz çöker boru falan beklememize gerek kalmaz. Arkadaşım bu kitapçılar bizim değil mi? Orada bir sürü borçtan kurtulma duası satmıyolar mi? Onları alcaz 80 milyon ayni anda borçtan kurtulma duası okucaz. Arkadaşım dilenciler bizim değil mi? Ne kadar dilenci varsa toplucaz. Sıraya dizcez. Sonra ne kadar çer çöp hurda varsa onları da arkaya dizcez. Sonra biz bu dilencilere para vericez. Biz para verince "allah ne muradınız varsa versin allah tuttuğunuzu altın etsin" diyince hemen o hurdaları tutucaz hepsini altına çevircek. Ondan sonra da o altınla da şaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaakkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk napıcaktık ya? Ha 3. sarayı yapcaz. Hala daha yönetime suç buluyosunuz ya! Kardeşim insanlar dolarını satmıyolar napalım.
Who wants to help me test this fancy new 'Bit' tipping feature?
Leave a comment, get some Bits! Okay folks, that's a wrap. Thanks for all your help, and remember to Tip It Forward! Also, some of you may not have gotten your tips because I tipped my whole balance without realizing it. If you didn't get your tip, let me know. We've been able to tip satoshis for a while now and that's been a lot of fun. After the recent movement to change Bitcoin's default unit to μBTC and just call them 'Bits', ChangeTip has added support for tipping Bits! Personally, I like uBits due to the lack of conflict with bits & bytes, so they added that too! It's up to the community to decide which they prefer. Soon, you'll be able to add 'mickeys' or 'bics' or whatever you want. More below. 0.000001 BTC = 0.001 mBTC = 1 μBTC = 1 uBit = 1 Bit = 100 satoshis
If you support changing the default unit, then the best way to voice your support is to actually use the Bit unit by tipping often to get familiar with it's value. Tip people who ask good questions, or give good answers. Tip your favorite contributor at /BitcoinMarkets. Personally, I love tipping Dogecoin users! Remember that one Bit is currently only worth about $0.0004, or four hundredths of a penny, which leads me to my next point.
If you want your tip to count for something, you're going to need to tip at least 100 Bits just to get into the 4 cent range. Any less than that will probably be perceived as annoying. 500-1000 Bits is what I would consider a decent low-mid range tip, while 5000-10000 Bits would be considered quite generous.
Remember that Bits are equal to μBTC, or 0.000001 BTC. I've switched my iOS wallet to μBTC, but that's the only wallet I know of that supports it so far. This means that we should be asking wallet developers and exchanges to add support for μBTC (Bits). Even if they're not comfortable with making μBTC the default at this time, they should offer users the choice to change it themselves.
Also, I'd like to add that we can also use custom monikers with ChangeTip now. It only works with USD for now, but BTC and other currencies will be added over the next couple months. This means you'll soon be able to call your Bits 'mickeys', 'mics', 'zibs', 'bics' or whatever else you can come up with.
For example, I added 'joint, joints' at $3, 'spliff, spliffs' at $5.00 and 'blunt, blunts' at $8.00 to my Tipping Amounts page. I don't even smoke anymore, but thought it might be fun for the ents in /trees. I've also added 'grams of silver' at $.60 because I've been getting into precious metals at /silverbugs lately. Get creative and share your custom moniker ideas!
The automated response from changetip will no longer convert the tipped amount to milli-bitcoins. If you tip 100 satoshis, the bot will confirm that 100 satoshis were tipped. If you want to mute this reply, then you can always add the word 'private' to your tip. This is especially handy outside of cryptocurrency subreddits.
Last of all, in case anyone missed it, ChangeTip completely revised their ToS and Privacy Policies based on community feedback several weeks ago. One of the reasons I love the Bitcoin ecosystem is that it's still so young that we can each have a hand in forming it because there's so much active development taking place. Developers are very engaged and are actively listen to user feedback.
"Ok, I'll send you some bitcoin. How much was it?" "17 milli-bits" "Ok sent." "Hold up, you only sent me 17 micro-bits." "Did i? Hang on, i thought micro bits was the m?" "No the m is for milli-B-T-C, micro is mu-B-T-C." "mu?" "That little greek letter that looks like a u. u-B-T-C." "I don't have the letter mu on this phone." "Just use a u." "So i need to send you 17 milli-bitcoins?" "Well you've sent me 17 microbitcoins, so another 16,983." "So i need to send you 16,983 micro-" "Milli-, millii-bitcoins" "Yes, right. m is for milli not micro." "Right. It's easy, its just like in science class..." "I haven't been in a science class for 25 years....milli-bitcoin..." "1 thousanth of a bitcoin" "so..." "zero dot zero zero zero one bitcoins" . While SI units are great for people well versed in them, there is a very good reason people aren't asking for 100 micro dollars in change. The average person is not going to be confident that the prefix they are using is the correct one, people WILL send 1000x more or less than intended if we go down this road, and these mistakes will happen frequently. . Bitcoin needs one sub-unit max. I am an advocate for the 'bit'. This is why: The incongruity of using scientific notation with money. Human psychology is powerful. Of the 6 or 7 people i have talked to about bitcoin, everyone of their initial reactions was along the lines of, "Wow, sounds interesting. Hang on, that's really expensive. That's for 1 bitcoin!? I couldn't afford that." Now even after you explain to them, hey you can buy 0.01 bitcoins, they are still in their initial mental frame, and the problem still remains: 0.01 bitcoin, is not a bitcoin. What people need to understand is that the current solution of using mBTC or micro-bitcoin, does nothing to alleviate this psychologically. "Here's your micro bitcoins" "micro..bitcoins? I want bitcoins." People are not going to be satisfied with the transaction because they are not getting what they want, they want what they heard about on the news, they want bitcoins. Using bits DOES alleviate this problem. Imagine someone completely unfamiliar with bitcoin, hearing about it for the first time. What is their reaction to these two sentences: "I'm using a digital currency called bitcoins. I just bought 100 bits." "I'm using a digital currency called bitcoins. I just bought 100 micro-bitcoins" ("Micro-bitcoins? Why didn't you buy some whole bitcoins? Do they suck balls? etc.") Micro doesn't exactly have positive connotations when talking about an asset. There is congruence when asking to buy bitcoins and receiving bits. It's a natural progression, you start off with bitcoins, and if you chip little bits off of the bitcoins you get 'bits'. But they are one and the same. One is not lesser. It's ok little bitcoin. You are not micro. . We need to lose the sci-prefixes. No one wants your micro anything. People want cents and pennies, not micro dollars. We aren't in a lecture theatre, we're trying to buy class-A drugs, guns and morally questionable porn (i kid, i kid!). The average person doesn't remember how many decimal places the conversion is to this or that unit, and i don't want a test in long division every time i try to buy some alpaca socks. Almost as bad is it isn't even practical to use them in speech. They are too many syllables and they are similar sounding. You think people wont confuse microbitcoin and millibitcoin? One thousand five hundred micro-bitcoin is a linguistic nightmare. Look i know scientific subunits are easy for you, i'm not saying it's Einstein hard, i'm saying it isn't practical for day to day use in a monetary system. What is practical is a single conversion: one bitcoin == 1 000 000 bits That's it. Look at that. One conversion. And the main unit is a simple concatenation of its subunit 'bit' + 'coin'. The only peice of information you need to know is that there are 1m bits in a bitcoin. Thats it. No letters. No conversions. 1mBTC = 1 000 bits 1uBTC = 1 bit "But the numbers are too big!" No they aren't. Humans used Italian Lira. Humans use Japanese Yen. With thousands exchanging hands for small purchases. It's easier for people to intuitively grasp 10,000 than 0.0001. And if you are really shitting your pants over the zeros you can use K bits. still only 2 syllables, and K for 1000 is a unit that is already used when talking about money. Everyone knows $1k = $1,000 already, no extracurricular activities needed. look at where it is on the page as a unit of measurement for 1000: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/K compared with m as a measure for milli- : http://www.thefreedictionary.com/m Confusingly m is also for 1000 in roman numerals, and even more confusing is that we already use m for million ie $1m. It's a no brainer. It's called bitcoin. We spend bits.
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