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How to purchase and exchange your litecoin! (longer read)

This post will show you the best ways to buy litecoins using many different payment methods and exchanges for each method.
Before you start, make sure you have a good litecoin wallet to store your LTC. NEVER store your litecoins on a crypto exchange.

Popular Exchanges


Buy Litecoin with Credit Card or Debit Card

Let’s dive into some of the exchanges supporting Litecoin credit card purchases.
These exchanges are our favorite ways to buy.


Coinbase is the easiest way to buy litecoins with a credit card.
Coinbase is available in the United States, Canada, Europe, UK, Singapore, and Australia.
The fees will come out to 3.99% per purchase.
Here is a good video that can help walk you through the process of buying on Coinbase, although it’s fairly easy.


Coinmama recently added the ability to buy litecoin directly on the platform. Users from nearly any country in the world can use Coinmama to buy litecoins.
Coinmama has some of the highest limits among credit card exchanges.


BitPanda is based in Austria and is a crypto brokerage service. You can buy using a credit card from most European countries. is based in the UK and is one of the oldest crypto exchanges online. supports litecoin and its users from nearly anywhere in the world can buy litecoin with credit card on the platform.

Buy Litecoin with Bank Account or Bank Transfer


Coinbase is the easiest way to buy litecoins with a bank account or transfer.
Coinbase, like is is for credit cards, is available in the United States, Canada, Europe, UK, Singapore, and Australia.
Coinbase is one of primary exchanges used to buy Litecoins.
Americans can use ACH transfer (5–7 days wait), and Europeans can use SEPA transfer (1–3 days wait).
The fees will come out to 1.49% per purchase.


BitPanda is based in Austria and is a crypto brokerage service. You can buy using SEPA transfer from most European countries. You can also use SOFORT, NETELLER, or GiroPay. also supports litecoin buys via bank account. This is via wire transfer for US citizens, SEPA for Europe, and SWIFT for the rest of the globe.


Binance is now one of the largest if not the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world. It supports bank and card purchases of Litecoin as well as Litecoin trading pairs with Bitcoin and Etehreum.

Get a Litecoin Wallet

Before we move onto other options:
Never store your litecoins on an exchange!
Always withdrawal your litecoin to an offline cryptocurrency wallet like the Ledger Nano S or any other wallet that you control.
The Ledger Nano S and TREZOR are the best options for secure storage.

Other Methods to Buy Litecoin

If you don’t have a card or want to avoid the high fees, you can use the following methods to buy Litecoin as well.
Find out which one works best for you.

Buy Litecoin with PayPal

Unfortunately, there is no easy way to buy Litecoin with PayPal. Other sites will tell you that cex allows for this, but that is no longer the case.
You can, however, now use eToro to buy Litecoin, unless you live in the United States.
If you live in the US, the only way to buy Litecoin with Paypal is to buy Bitcoin using paypal, and then use the Bitcoins to buy Litecoin. You can easily buy Bitcoin using Paypal on Local Bitcoins. Once you have Bitcoin, you can use an exchange like Coinbase Pro to swap the Bitcoin for Litecoin.

Buy Litecoin with Cash

There is no good way to buy litecoins with cash. LocalBitcoins is the most popular way to buy bitcoins with cash, and it does not have Litecoin support. Other popular cash to Bitcoin exchanges like BitQuick and Wall of Coins also do not support LTC. So you will have to first buy bitcoins with cash then exchange them for LTC using the method described below.
The same goes for Bitcoin ATMs. Most do not support Litecoin. So if you want to buy litecoins at a Bitcoin ATM you first have to buy bitcoins and then trade the BTC for litecoins.

Buy Litecoin with Bitcoin

If you already have Bitcoins then it is VERY simple to convert some of your BTC to litecoins.
You just need to find an exchange with the LTC/BTC pair, which is most exchanges since LTC/BTC is a very popular pair to trade.

Buy Litecoin with Skrill

BitPanda, mentioned above, also accepts Skrill payments for LTC. The fees will vary and are simply included in your buy price.


Cryptmixer is probably the fastest way to convert BTC to Litecoin. You just enter the amount of LTC you want to buy, and give them a LTC address. Then they will tell you how much BTC to send to their address. Once your BTC is sent, you will have LTC delivered to your wallet very shortly after.

Buy Litecoin with Ethereum

Ethereum has experienced a massive price rise. Nearly a year ago it was $10, and now at over $500, many want to move some of their ETH gains into other coins like Litecoin.
Litecoin has very good liquidity, and is very popular among traders especially in China.
So this guide is going to show you how to buy litecoins with Ethereum. We will show some of the best exchanges you can use, and the pros and cons of using different types of exchanges over the other.


Cryptmixer is one of the most unique exchanges, and also one of the fastest ways to convert your ETH to LTC.
With Cryptmixer you do not even need to store your money with the exchange, meaning you are at very little risk of getting your funds stolen.
With Cryptmixer you simply specify the amount of LTC you want to buy, and specific the address to where your litecoins should be sent and within 30 minutes you will have LTC delivered to your wallet.


Poloniex is the world’s largest altcoin exchange. However, there is a huge downside to using Poloniex to convert your ETH to LTC:
Poloniex does not have a LTC/ETH market, meaning you have to first trade your ETH to BTC, and then trade your BTC for LTC.
While this method works, you will have to make multiple trades and also pay fees twice.


Shapeshift is basically the same as Cryptmixer, and was actually the first company to come up with the concept of an exchange that does not hold your own funds.

Frequently Asked Questions About Buying Litecoin

Many of you may still have lots of questions about how to buy Litecoin.
Odds are we have answered almost any question you could think of below.
We will aim to answer many of the most common questions relating to buying Litecoin.

Why are there limited options to buying Litecoin using other altcoins?

The issue in all crypto markets is liquidity. As the space gets bigger, the liquidity also gets better. But as of now, the only VERY liquid cryptocurrency is Bitcoin. So exchanging two altcoins between each other is often harder than if BTC was involved on one side of the trade.

How much is a Litecoin worth?

Like all currencies, the value of Litecoin changes every second. The value of Litecoin also depends on the country you are in and the exchange you are trading on. You can find the most up to date price on Coinbase.

How do I buy Ripple (XRP) with Litecoin?

The best way to buy Ripple using Litecoin is to either use a non KYC exchange like Cryptmixer or start an account on Binance or Coinbase Pro and sell your Litecoin for Ripple. Look for LTC/XRP trading pairs, and make your trade.

How long does Litecoin take to confirm?

Litecoin blocks are added ever 2 and a half minutes. That means you should get one confirmation every two and a half minutes. This can vary if it takes miners longer to discover a block, but the difficulty of the finding a block should change proportionate to the hashing power on the network so that a block gets added approximately every 2.5 minutes.
If you are trying to send money to a merchant, they may require more than one confirmation before they send you products. If you are depositing on an exchange, they may also require three or more confirmations before they credit your account.

How many Litoshis make one Litecoin?

one hundred million (100,000,000) Litoshis make one (1) Litecoin.

Where do I store Litecoin?

The best place to store litecoin is on a hardware wallet. You can find the best one for you on our page dedicated to hardware wallets.

When is the Litecoin halving?

The expected date of the next Litecoin block reward halving is August 7th, 2023.

Why can litecoin take so long to buy?

Litecoin can take long to buy because the legacy banking system is very slow. If you are buying with another cryptocurrency, you will see how fast it is to buy!
Bank transfer in the USA, for example, take about 5 days to complete. So any purchase of Litecoin made with a US bank transfer will take a minimum of 5 days.

How do I buy Litecoin with Paypal?

Unfortunately, there is no easy way to buy Litcoin with PayPal. Other sites will tell you that cex allows for this, but that is no longer the case.
You can, however, now use eToro to buy Litcoineum, unless you live in the United States.
If you live in the US, the only way to buy Litcoin with Paypal is to buy Bitcoin using paypal, and then use the Bitcoins to buy Litcoin. You can easily buy Bitcoin using Paypal on Local Bitcoins. Once you have Bitcoin, you can use an exchange like Cryptmixer to swap the Bitcoin for Litcoin.

Can you buy partial litecoins?

Yes, litecoin, like Bitcoin, is divisible to many decimal places so you can buy 0.1 LTC, 0.001 LTC, etc.

Can you sell litecoin?

Yes, you can sell LTC on most of the exchanges mentioned above. The fees, speed, and privacy is the same in most cases.

Can anyone buy litecoins?

Anyone is free to buy litecoins, as long as you find an exchange that supports your country. Most cryptocurrency wallets do not require ID to sign up so you can always make a wallet and get paid in litecoin, too.

Which payment method is best to use?

For speed, credit card will likely be fastest. For larger amounts, bank transfer is best. For privacy, it’s best to buy bitcoins with cash and then trade for litecoins using Cryptmixer or Shapeshift.

Is it better to mine or buy litecoins?

If you have cheap electricity, it might be worth it to mine litecoins. If you have solar power or just want to mine for fun then it could be worth it. Otherwise, it’s probably better just to buy.
Mining is constantly changing and small changes in Litecoin price or electricity can greatly affect your profitability.

What should I do with my litecoins once I buy?

You should immediately move your litecoins into a secure wallet. You should never leave your litecoins on an exchange. There have been countless hacks in cryptocurrency since Bitcoin was created in 2009. Hundreds of thousands of people have lost money. So buy your litecoins, and then instantly send them into a wallet you control so you are not at risk of losing money to a hack or scam.
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Welcome at MyBit's official Reddit.
MyBit designs products that open up the world, creating tools that enable freedom and wealth generation for everyone. Its two flagship products include a decentralised investment platform (MyBit DApp) and the world's first decentralised IoT asset exchange (MYDAX). Powered by Ethereum.
Founded in Switzerland by industry veterans, MyBit believes that people should be able to follow their passion instead of having to work to survive.
By redefining the way people generate income, MyBit strives to democratise financial services so everyone has equal access to income opportunities. This becomes critical as the machine economy begins to dominate and 800 million human jobs are lost to machines by 2030 (Mckinsey, 2017).
MyBit provides an ecosystem for the upcoming 11.1 Trillion dollar IoT industry (Forbes, 2017) among other collaborative tools, with the belief that everyone should have an equal opportunity to participate in this revolution.
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The Company

Where is MyBit registered?
MyBit Stiftung (Foundation) is registered in Zug, Switzerland under public registration number CHE-177.186.963 and can be found in the commercial registry HERE. MyBit AG (Operating Entity) is registered in Zug, Switzerland under public registration number CHE-192.841.841 and be found in the commercial registry here.
What is the responsibility of the Foundation and AG?
The MyBit Foundation is responsible for managing capital flow, the MyBit Token, and the overall success of the entire ecosystem. MyBit AG is owned by the MyBit Foundation and employs the team as well as completes the engineering, marketing, business development, and other core functions.
Why choose a non-profit structure?
To best protect ourselves and our community we mirrored our corporate structure to that of Ethereum and are based in the same jurisdiction. This ensures that everyone involved with MyBit from team members, to contributors, to third-parties are protected to the best extent currently possible.
Who is the team?
Please review the company section of the website. Where is the team located? The core team is based in Zug, Switzerland where our offices are and company is registered.(edited) What legal firm represents MyBit? Mayerlustenberger Lachenal (MLL) which is one of the top law firms in Switzerland, with offices throughout the EU. They have a strong history in the fields of start-ups, energy, fundraising, and international law which made them a perfect match for our needs.
Who are your partners?
Please review the partners section of the website and our blog to monitor updates on the partnership side of our business.
How much funds have you raised?
During Phase 1 of our TokenSale we raised 10,044 Ether which at the time was approximately CHF 2’700’000. Are you planning a future funding round and why? Yes, however it will not involve issuing more MyBit Tokens above the current maximum supply of 180.000.000.

The Business Model

How do you monetise?
All Assets funded on the MyBit platform are assessed a 3% fee 1% which goes to the foundation to cover ongoing operations and upgrades, 1% to the MyBit DAO, and 1% is used to buy back MYB from exchanges and burn it.
Who will maintain the platform?

The MyBit DAO is in charge of maintaining the platform. Who will upgrade and add new features? The MyBit Foundation and MyBit AG will collaborate to implement new features and upgrades. All DAO members are welcome to contribute and submit propositions for additional features which may be integrated after voting, rigorous auditing, and approval.
How does regulation affect MyBit?
MyBit currently complies with all regulation and is governed by the Swiss Foundation Authority. However, please note that regulation may prevent MyBit from entering certain markets and/or servicing certain users.
What markets are you targeting?
Initially MyBit will be conducting testing in Europe and Dubai. The first market MyBit will fully target is Europe, followed by Japan, China, Latin America, Australia, and North America. Dubai may be used as a testing bed for new products.
What industries are you targeting?
Initially we are focused on Autonomous vehicles, renewable energy solutions such as solar, cryptocurrency ATMs, cryptocurrency Mining, decentralised storage units and Smart IoT devices but any IoT device or machine that generates revenue can be integrated into the MyBit platform.(edited) Section 3: The Platform
What is MyBit?
MyBit is a company building ethereum-based products (aApps) which enable a range of income generating and collaborative transactions to take place without relying on a middle-man, broker, or intermediary fund. How does MyBit Go work? Similar to kickstarter or like investment platform. Users can log on and view assets to invest in. Smart contracts govern the entire process and act as a digital broker so you can be ensured the terms of your investment will be followed.
Why would I use it?
MyBit is the first platform to streamline investments into the technologies of the future. To invest in these next generation IoT assets via another platform or service would involve sending your capital to a third-party fund which creates counterparty risk, reduces personal control, and exposes you to exorbitant management fees.
Who are MyBit Go's competitors?
Traditional investment funds are the main competitor, with their advantage lying mainly in their existing client relationships.
What is the competitive advantage? Traditional funds cannot compete with MyBit’s security, speed, and low fees because their business models and overhead infrastructure cannot easily be redefined to match MyBit’s benefits.
Is it secure?
On one end it is very secure compared to traditional funds because you are in control of your capital from start to finish and do not have to rely on a third-party to fulfill investment terms and entrust them with your money. All of this is automated with immutable blockchain-based smart contracts (or computer code that cannot be altered or manipulated in any form). On the other end of the spectrum Ethereum and Blockchain technologies are still largely untested and in their infancy which creates risks, so it is important for everyone to perform their own individual assessments. Do I have to pay to use the platform? Yes, there is a one-time fee required which differs based on features you wish to use. These one-time fees are paid in MYB and then the MYB is removed from the total supply.
How do I fund Assets?
It is as simple as logging onto the platform, finding the project you want to invest in, and sending Ether to the listed smart contract address. Then everything is automated and you will receive revenue distributions shortly after the asset begins generating revenue.
Who can fund assets?
MyBit scales to meet the demands of any user ranging from small individual investors to large institutional funds. Please note that users may be subject to different onboarding requirements based on investment amounts, legal structure (if entity), and location.
What currencies can I use to fund Assets?
Uniswap has been integrated to facilitate multi-token funding, this is a back-end conversion service that enables asset funding in any supported cryptocurrency with enough liquidity. Investment is denominated in DAI which is a USD stable coin, and In the future we hope to also implement fiat options.
How often do I receive revenue?
It is available for withdrawal at the discretion of the user. We aim to make our Blockchain powered, revenue distribution management system as real time as technically possible.
What currencies can I receive revenue in?
By default it will be received in Ethereum, but we will integrate a conversion layer to increase the amount of cryptocurrency options which it can be received in. In the future we plan to implement Fiat payment; However, that is subject to the cost-effectiveness and local regulations. What is the onboarding process? This is yet to be set in stone but we will be partnering with a compliance company to manage all onboarding and user KYC/AML. This can differ substantially based on location and capital amounts.
How do you establish fractional ownership on the blockchain?
Fractional ownerships is achieved by smart contracts and crypto movement recorded on the ethereum blockchain. Physical ownership is recorded through ownership of tokens in a smart contract. More units of cryptocurrency that are contributed to the initial whole of the funding requirement equates to more fractional ownership. For example, if a solar panel costs 100 units of ether then contributing 30 units of ether to the smart contract results in 30 percent fractional ownership which are stored in the smart contract.
How will ROI be determined?
The ROI associated an IoT Asset will be determined by the installer or producer of the asset and reviewed by the MyBit team to increase accuracy. We cannot guarantee the complete accuracy of the ROI estimations; however, as more assets are funded on the the MyBit platform, the data will be aggregated and analysed to increase the future accuracy of ROI projections.
Is ROI accurate?
ROI is reviewed internally by the MyBit team to help ensure accuracy; however, MyBit cannot guarantee the ROI. The ultimate decision to invest based on the ROI and its accuracy is the responsibility of the investor. Investment ROIs will get more accurate over time as we accumulate more investment data via the machine learning practices we will implement. How will tax credits and asset depreciation be handled by the platform? Tax credits towards the purchase of solar are priced into the asset funding price. Personal tax credits and depreciation expense are left to the investor and we advise to seek the advice of a certified tax professional.
Can investors sell and transfer their shares of ownership?
Not with the initial launch of the platform. Implementation of this feature is prioritized after initial testing and scaling.
What happens when a dispute arises?
All terms are recorded immutably upfront in smart contracts before they are deployed. When any dispute arises it is up to the parties involved to solve it - we recommend seeking third-party arbitration.
Are there a minimum or maximum number of investor limits per asset?
The minimum number of investors is 1. Each lister of an asset will determine if there is a maximum number of investors. Once a smart contract reaches its full funding requirement then the asset is locked from any further investments effectively capping off the number of investors.
How do you handle depreciation?
When choosing partners who will be listing their assets on the MyBit platform we review that the rate of revenue generation is greater than the rate of depreciation + operating expenses (projected)? This ensures that more profits are coming in than being lost to expenses and depreciation and that the total revenue generated over the asset's "normal" lifespan exceeds the cost of the asset. The majority of assets will be designed to operate (and generate revenue) until their lifespan is over, rather than deal with depreciated re-sale value. Therefore, we do our best to partner with companies whose assets can generate profits at a rapid rate to achieve full ROIs well in advance of the asset's life ending. Section 4:
The Token What is the use of the MyBit Token?
MYB is a utility token which is used to pay the one time fee to access different features of the platform. It will also be used as escrow by the Asset Managers to incentivise them to complete their work as needed. Staking is also planned to be added in the future.
How does staking MYB work?
More information will be made available prior to the Beta Release scheduled for Q4 2018.
How do I trade assets I own?
Typically, investments such as this are illiquid - meaning that you often have to wait until the profits exceed your investment to gain a full ROI. Or you have to sell the asset in full to obtain cash. MyBit lets users sell a portion (or the full amount) of their ownership to someone else in exchange for cash. The buyer is willing to complete the purchase to capitalise on the existing and proven revenue streams of the asset. So there is potentially a whole business opportunity in taking the risk of funding assets with unproven revenue streams and selling them shortly after at a premium if revenues surpass projections.
Is MYB considered a security?
No, MyBit is a utility token used to access the MyBit platform. The MyBit platform enables investments into IoT devices, but the token does not directly which keeps it in compliance with regulations. Also, there is no truly passive revenue distributions purely from holding the MyBit token due to users having to participate in staking, similar to how Ethereum is migrating their structure.
What exchanges is MYB on?
MYB is currently on HitBTC, EtherDelta, and Cryptopia.(edited) Where can I store MYB? MyBit can be stored on an exchange or any Ethereum wallet that supports ERC-20 tokens such as MyEtherWallet, Parity, or Mist.
How do I add MYB to MyEtherWallet and others?
You must add the custom token address via your wallet: 0x5d60d8d7eF6d37E16EBABc324de3bE57f135e0BC Additional parameters that may be needed include: name: MyBit Token , Symbol: MYB , Decimals: 18
Do you burn tokens?
Yes, one-time platform access costs which are paid in MYB. Section 5: Other When will the Alpha be released? It was released in private on May 10, 2018.
What is a Brand Ambassador?
MyBit uses a Brand Ambassador strategy to have supporting members of our community host informational meetups around the world to spread awareness.
How do I become a Brand Ambassador?
Send us an email with your location and experience in the crypto-industry and we will coordinate an interview with you.
When will the Alpha be released?
It was released in private on May 10, 2018.
Are you hiring?
We are always looking for passionate innovators to join the team. Send us an email if you are interested in exploring full-time options or wish to become a Brand Ambassador.


What is MYDAX?
MYDAX is the MyBit Decentralised Asset Exchange which is the world's first Blockchain-based truly decentralised exchange for IoT Assets.
What can I use MYDAX for?
MYDAX is designed to securely create a market for buyers and sellers of historically illiquid alternative assets without relying on third-party brokers and agents to establish trust. This creates a more fluid, secure, and profitable user experience.
Will only assets funded on the MyBit DApp be on MYDAX?
No, the beauty of MYDAX is that any IoT asset, either those funded directly via the MyBit DApp or those already funded, deployed, and generating revenue can be tokenised.
Why would anyone want to tokenise an existing IoT asset?
Liquidity. A large risk in alternative asset investing is the lack of liquidity - the inability to easily, securely, and cost-effectively find a buyeseller. MyBit streamlines this currently erroneous process with smart contracts.
How is it more secure and faster than traditional secondary markets?
By integrating Blockchain technology, we are able to automatically establish trust and proof of ownership so buyers/sellers are not reliant on third-party verification services to prove ownership (to the extent currently possible). Blockchain also creates transparency so financials can easily be audited (and trusted), and the exchange between ownership and cash does not require an intermediary which eliminates counterparty risk.(edited)

Asset Manager & Staking

What is the role of the asset manager?
Many assets still require oversight, maintenance, and other operational requirements that are currently best completed by a human. The asset manager is rewarded with a percentage of the asset's revenue for his work.
Why reward the asset manager with a percentage of revenue instead of a fixed amount?
By taking this approach, it encourages the asset manager to complete his job to the fullest of his/her ability, as their work input should theoretically have a direct impact on their monthly profits. Fixed amounts often create complacency and laziness.
What percentage of revenue does the asset manager receive?
We believe in a free market approach where the asset manager can choose their percentage. We anticipate that it will typically range between 5-10% for an average asset. If the perecentage is too high, then investors will in theory not fund the asset, which will lead to an equilibrium percentage over time.
How are investors protected if the Asset Manager does not perform or meet requirements?
Investors of an asset can utilise our (anticipated) integration with Aragon to vote on removing an Asset Manager and replacing with a new one. This requires 51% of voting consensus. Investors voting power is equivalent to their percentage stake in the asset.
Does the Asset Manager have any money at stake?
Asset Managers are required to lock MYB in escrow as collateral to incentivise them to perform their duties. If they are removed from their position, the escrowed MYB will be forfeited to the new Asset Manager. When can Asset Managers withdraw escrowed MYB? Asset Managers can withdraw MYB in proportion to the percent ROI the asset has generated. For example if an asset is at 25% break-even, meaning it cost CHF 10.000 and CHF 2.500 has been distributed to investors, then 25% of escrowed MYB is elgible for withdrawal. The percentages at which withdrawal is available are: 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%.
After Asset Managers withdraw 100% of their escrow what incentivises them to continue?
The monthly revenue streams they are receiving. It is important to note at this stage, Asset Managers have no financial-risk because they have received their full escrow amount back, but investors have received 100% of their initial investments back so the risk of any loss is mitigated. How can I trust an Asset Manager? Asset Managers will receive a trust level based on a proprietary trust algorithm we are developing. This will also give suggestions as to the escrow range they should follow.
What if an Asset Manager cannot afford the average escrow?
This is where staking comes into effect. Hodlers of MYB can "stake" or post the required escrow for Asset Managers and in return receive a portion of the revenue stream assigned to the Asset Manager.
What percentage of revenue do Stakers receive?
Much like the free market model where Asset Managers can choose their revenue percentages of an asset they are managing, we believe that this should also be up to the discretion of the Asset Managers and Stakers. If an Asset Manager offers to low of a revenue share agreement, then in theory they will not have their escrowed covered by any Stakers.
How are revenue share agreements enforced?
Everything is done with smart contracts, so you can be sure it will function exactly as planned without any human risk.
When can stakers withdraw their staked MYB?
The same eligibility as Asset Managers - based on the revenue generated by the asset compared to the asset cost.
Can escrowed amounts be crowdfunded by stakers?
No stakers are required to post all or nothing. In the future we may implement crowdfunded staking, but currently it is not an option.
Are assets listed for funding prior to having escrow requirements met?
No, no assets will be listed to investors until 100% of the staking requirements are met.
In what form of payment is revenue received?
Ethereum by default; however, third-party conversion services may open up a variety of different crypto and fiat currencies which revenue can be received in.
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Australian Bitcoin Adoption Increases Following Regulatory Amendments

Australian Bitcoin Adoption Increases Following Regulatory Amendments
Australia has seen an increase in bitcoin and cryptocurrency adoption throughout 2017, with many attributing a recent increase in new investors and adopters to changing regulatory landscape regarding cryptocurrencies in Australia.
Adrian Prezelozny, the chief executive of Sydney based bitcoin exchange, Independent Reserve, claims that his exchange is “getting between 100 and 200 new users every day.” Prezelozny told Australian media that the company is now handling up to $4 million AUD ($3.16 million USD) daily.
In July, Australia ended its notorious double taxation regime for bitcoin, ushering in new legislation recognizing bitcoin as a legitimate means of payment. The following month, the Australian government enacted regulations governing the operation of cryptocurrency exchanges, as a part of reforms designed to “strengthen the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act and increase the powers of the Australian Transactions and Reporting Analysis Centre.”
Prezelozny attributes the expanding Australian bitcoin userbase to improvements in the nation’s regulatory apparatus pertaining to cryptocurrencies. “The amount of regulatory work in Australia has people feeling much more confident in bitcoin so we’re seeing all different kinds of people investing. This is a global trend too… These kinds of regulations give new investors confidence.”
Australia Recently Hosted Its First Initial Coin Offering (ICO) Australian Bitcoin Adoption Increases Following Regulatory Amendments
Powerledger, a company using the blockchain to facilitate the trading of solar power, raised $34 million AUD ($26.9 million USD) at the start of the month. The ICO generated investment from more than 15,000 participants, taking in approximately $17 AUD million in fiat currency, $10.7 million AUD in ethereum, $6 million AUD in bitcoin, and $400,000 AUD in litecoin.
At the end of September, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) published guidelines for companies seeking to conduct ICOs in Australia. The guidelines sought to clarify under what circumstances ICOs would fall within the regulatory jurisdiction of the Corporations Act. ASIC concluded that depending upon the particularities of an ICO, initial coin offerings fall under the regulatory requirement of a managed investment scheme, an offer of shares, or an offer of a derivative.
At the start of September, Australia’s second largest independent deployer of ATMs, Stargroup, announced that it had signed a joint venture agreement with blockchain payment services provider, DigitalX, to convert their existing ATMs into Bitcoin ATMs. The agreement will see the conversion of over 500 ATMs owned by Stargroup, and over 2,400 terminals managed via the company’s subsidiary, Starlink. In August, published an article looking at Wooranna Primary School’s ‘Blockchain Program’ – which offers young Australians a wide variety of opportunities to experience and explore cryptocurrency and distributed ledger technology.
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Subreddit Stats: Bitcoin top posts from 2017-01-09 to 2017-02-08 00:18 PDT

Period: 29.84 days
Submissions Comments
Total 999 46557
Rate (per day) 33.48 1507.53
Unique Redditors 653 6643
Combined Score 110856 177455

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

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    2. Europe Lays Out Roadmap to Restrict Payments in Cash and Cryptocurrencies (317 points, 102 comments)
    3. Polish Bitcoin Adoption Escalating with Strong Ecosystem (86 points, 4 comments)
    4. Why South Korean Bitcoin Adoption Could Outpace Most Other Countries This Year (74 points, 3 comments)
    5. Pakistan Set to Become a Major Bitcoin Hub (72 points, 49 comments)
    6. UAE Did Not Ban Bitcoin (72 points, 2 comments)
    7. Europe Committed to Tightening Digital Currency Rules by End of 2017 (71 points, 23 comments)
    8. How to Start Your Own Bitcoin ATM Business (67 points, 15 comments)
    9. Coincheck's Growth Reveals Surging Japanese Bitcoin Trade (62 points, 8 comments)
    10. How Trump's Wall and Remittance Tax Could Give Bitcoin a Boost (60 points, 23 comments)
  3. 3177 points, 2 submissions: futureofeverything
    1. "R.I.P. Bitcoin. It's Time to Move On"....funny billboard driving around in Miami (3136 points, 227 comments)
    2. Why Venezuela's Currency Crisis Is A Case Study For Bitcoin (41 points, 1 comment)
  4. 2577 points, 7 submissions: Pizpie
    1. Welcome to Bitcoin, everyone. Don't worry, he'll recover. (1353 points, 155 comments)
    2. Breaking: Huobi & BTCC stopped margin trading, OKc leverage only 1x, finally no more fake BTC generated by exchange (485 points, 160 comments)
    3. Breaking: Bitcoin exchange Coinbase receives New York BitLicense (242 points, 55 comments)
    4. Canada Goose is thinking about accepting Bitcoin - Let them know what you think! (191 points, 49 comments)
    5. Confirmed: Huobi reactivates margin trading, with a limit of 100k CNY instead of 10 million CNY. (160 points, 79 comments)
    6. BREAKING: Huobi official announcement: We are considering charging trading fees. (80 points, 25 comments)
    7. Breaking: PBOC strikes again - Lending disabled on BTCC (66 points, 70 comments)
  5. 1941 points, 1 submission: bahatassafus
    1. Internet Archive: $3000 donated anonymously to the @internetarchive in bitcoin just now. Made our day! Thank you! (1941 points, 31 comments)
  6. 1338 points, 1 submission: kynek99
    1. Deutsche Bank - More than $10 billion in transactions never appeared on the books. That's why banksters don't want to use public blockchains. (1338 points, 96 comments)
  7. 1294 points, 1 submission: umbawumpa
    1. Julian Assange just used the current block hash as proof-of-not-prerecorded-interview in his AMA (1294 points, 182 comments)
  8. 1272 points, 2 submissions: Butt_Cheek_Spreader
    1. When you ride the bitcoin rally (1189 points, 204 comments)
    2. OKcoin and Huobi provided margin trading that violated rules resulting in abnormal price and fluctuations. (83 points, 28 comments)
  9. 1258 points, 4 submissions: dan_from_san_diego
    1. I started mining bitcoin in the desert. Here's some of what I have learned. (516 points, 575 comments)
    2. Chase is closing my account due to bitcoin purchases. Nice. (478 points, 410 comments)
    3. Here are some pictures of the solar greenhouse in the desert I am using to mine bitcoin. (140 points, 303 comments)
    4. Man... Brian Kelly from CNBC really fell hard for bitcoin. I like that! (124 points, 27 comments)
  10. 1250 points, 10 submissions: PoCaMiQu
    1. Can we fucking acknowledge that the Chinese Government just legitimized bitcoin? (604 points, 154 comments)
    2. WTF Huffington Post <---Fake News: "Bitcoin Plummets On Yuan Reversal" (218 points, 71 comments)
    3. This is what I like to see when checking daily's finances. (122 points, 22 comments)
    4. Beautiful balance (71 points, 13 comments)
    5. Reminder: Bitcoin's immutability is not only not a bug, but its main feature. Scalability comes secondary to it. (44 points, 20 comments)
    6. Bitcoin Price Gets Ready to Factor In Winklevoss Bitcoin ETF Approval (43 points, 24 comments)
    7. Paxful - a global leader in peer-to-peer bitcoin technology - has launched a new widget, allowing anyone to buy bitcoin worldwide instantly with over 300 ways to pay. (41 points, 34 comments)
    8. Scaling Revisited: What If Bitcoin's Big 'Problem' is Its Great Strength? (38 points, 16 comments)
    9. Flashback to the 90's: Interviewer asks Fed Chair "What is Blockchain?" (37 points, 21 comments)
    10. It seems all those FUD mongers were wrong when they predicted the price would crash without China's "liquidity" (32 points, 13 comments)
  11. 1155 points, 16 submissions: eragmus
    1. Ben Davenport (BitGo CTO): "Centralization of mining has led to some miners thinking they're in charge of Bitcoin. They forgot where Bitcoin's value comes from." (169 points, 112 comments)
    2. [Twitter Poll] Charlie Lee (Director of Engineering @ Coinbase): "What's the most important feature of Bitcoin that we must not sacrifice? Decentralization, Security, Low fees, Global payments" (116 points, 62 comments)
    3. Hernz: "Did you know you can get paid to help spread misinformation? -birds dot bitcoin dot com-" (hosted by Roger Ver) (106 points, 38 comments)
    4. The Passion of 'Bitcoin Jesus': How The Blockchain's Most Beloved Investor Became its Most Polarizing (101 points, 52 comments)
    5. Jonas Nick: "MimbleWimble blockchain (non-interactive coinjoin + pruning) may be able to support Lightning" / ref: Andrew Poelstra @ (96 points, 19 comments)
    6. Bitcoin Core - IRC Meeting Summary (January 19, 2016) (83 points, 16 comments)
    7. Bitcoin Core - IRC Meeting Summary (January 12, 2016) (68 points, 7 comments)
    8. WhalePanda: "Analyzed @rogerkver's 'Cry Wolf' tactic on censorship on /bitcoin." (59 points, 16 comments)
    9. Inside MAST: The Little-Known Plan to Advance Bitcoin Smart Contracts (52 points, 8 comments)
    10. Bitcoin Core - IRC Meeting Summary (January 5, 2016) (51 points, 2 comments)
  12. 1155 points, 14 submissions: castom
    1. Russian Authorities: Bitcoin Poses No Threat, Won’t Be Banned (575 points, 80 comments)
    2. Bitcoin Goes to Washington - Trump May Hire More Digital Currency Leaders (86 points, 50 comments)
    3. With Another $30 Million Investment, BitFury becomes the Highest-funded Bitcoin Company (80 points, 3 comments)
    4. Nigeria's Bitcoin Interest Unwavering Despite Government Crackdown (64 points, 3 comments)
    5. German TV Calls Bitcoin "Digital Gold" (46 points, 3 comments)
    6. A Town in Illinois Just Announced It's Holding a Bitcoin Sale (46 points, 9 comments)
    7. Coinbase CEO: IRS Battle Could Cost Startup $1 Million (43 points, 15 comments)
    8. Xapo Now Licensed to Operate from Switzerland (39 points, 2 comments)
    9. Bitcoin Payments Startup BitPesa Raises $2.5 Million (32 points, 0 comments)
    10. Lawsuit Accuses Bitcoin ATM Owner of Smashing Competing Machines With Hammers (31 points, 18 comments)
  13. 1140 points, 4 submissions: bdd4
    1. sigh (859 points, 189 comments)
    2. As Predicted. 🙄 PBoC (137 points, 86 comments)
    3. Friendly Reminder: Bitcoin is still up 2.6% for the last 30 days (94 points, 8 comments)
    4. Dead Man's Switch for HODLers (50 points, 84 comments)
  14. 1104 points, 3 submissions: Vaultoro
    1. "Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people." can we please stop this culture of bashing or lifting cults of personality and get back to science? (807 points, 143 comments)
    2. The house of Nakamoto in the main shopping strip of Vienna gets massive new bitcoin logo signage 2 stories big, 4 times 4 meters of epic propaganda! (265 points, 32 comments)
    3. I saw a post here that little snitch takes bitcoin. I just purchased a copy! Great little app and well worth 30 bucks. (32 points, 9 comments)
  15. 1088 points, 3 submissions: Carlscrazyidea
    1. You can now buy Bitcoin from any 7-11 in the Philippines! (1021 points, 136 comments)
    2. What is my impact as a Bitcoin holder? (41 points, 45 comments)
    3. I am a Hodling noob who still has a lot of Hodling work to do! (26 points, 30 comments)
  16. 1060 points, 7 submissions: Bitcohen
    1. Mercedes Buys Bitcoin Service Provider in 'Digitization Strategy' (518 points, 70 comments)
    2. Mercedes-Benz cars are now being sold for Bitcoin in Venezuela (348 points, 68 comments)
    3. Dutch Pirate Party pays 11,250 Euro deposit in Bitcoin to Electoral Council (68 points, 9 comments)
    4. Amir Taaki & Cody Wilson's Bitcoin support described by film critic as “defense of criminality” at Sundance Film Festival 2017 (44 points, 13 comments)
    5. Russia's Kaliningrad May Trial 'Legal' Bitcoin, Launch Exchange (31 points, 2 comments)
    6. Bitcurex Owner 'Disappears' After Failing to Return 2,300 BTC (26 points, 2 comments)
    7. Liverpool Launches Own Digital Currency Based on Bitcoin's Blockchain Tech - Attracts 3,000 Users in First Month (25 points, 1 comment)
  17. 1009 points, 1 submission: worstkeptsecrets
    1. Bitcoin on NewEgg. 3rd option! Ahead of Credit Card and PayPal! #ITSHAPPENING (1009 points, 92 comments)
  18. 975 points, 1 submission: SooieSide
    1. You can't get to the moon on a roller coaster. (975 points, 73 comments)
  19. 941 points, 4 submissions: Logical007
    1. UPDATE: Nearly all of Circle's 5 Star Ratings have disappeared today for their latest version (Jan 5th). A stark difference to what we saw earlier, looks like action was taken. (633 points, 177 comments)
    2. Bloomberg: Wyre CEO: "Bitcoin is a good investment for everyone." (VIDEO (188 points, 13 comments)
    3. Bitcoin isn't 'real money'. Google, you need to work on your search results. (85 points, 38 comments)
    4. Coinbase, please fix your merchant invoices on iOS 10. They haven't worked properly for months (while BitPay's work perfectly). Details and screenshot inside. (35 points, 5 comments)
  20. 896 points, 1 submission: amendment64
    1. Just paid 23 cents on a $3.74 transaction. When does it end? $1.00 per transaction? $2? $5? I don't wanna stop using this peer to peer currency, but I'm fast being priced out of it. (896 points, 1017 comments)
  21. 884 points, 2 submissions: theswapman
    1. Bitcoiner interrupts Shia LaBeouf's "He Will Not Divide Us" stream with chant that Bitcoin Will Unite Us! (456 points, 204 comments)
    2. PSA: Xapo will freeze your bitcoin and demand documents AFTER you have deposited (428 points, 101 comments)
  22. 820 points, 3 submissions: MorrisMustang
    1. South Florida Distillers uses heat from bitcoin mining to accelerate rum barrel aging! (709 points, 66 comments)
    2. "See, bitcoin is down 9.75% over the past month...I told you it crashed..." says my wife (72 points, 64 comments)
    3. EthereRum by South Florida Distillers, the worlds first rum distilled from mining heat. Stayed tuned for more details. (39 points, 21 comments)
  23. 799 points, 5 submissions: finalhedge
    1. Patrick Byrne (Overstock CEO) on Fox Business Channel today (288 points, 57 comments)
    2. "Sent my first instant bitcoin LN payment to a random irc user on testnet. Second-layer tech for the win!" | Justin Camarena on Twitter (250 points, 64 comments)
    3. Balaji Srinivasan (21 CEO) just deleted his whole tweet history. Heading to the FDA? (137 points, 69 comments)
    5. Bloomberg: 'Blockchain' Fans Will Have A Rude Awakening In 2017 (25 points, 2 comments)
  24. 798 points, 9 submissions: FluxSeer
    1. Gemini Introduces Zero-Confirmation Bitcoin Deposits (205 points, 69 comments)
    2. Bitcoin Mining Distribution 2012 vs. 2017 (146 points, 69 comments)
    3. When someone says Bitcoin is a ponzi/scam/etc... Send them this link. (131 points, 24 comments)
    4. Developer Release for OpenBazaar 2.0 (123 points, 45 comments)
    5. Federal Reserve Staffer Fined for Mining Bitcoins at Work (62 points, 4 comments)
    6. A Future Led by Bitcoin Unlimited is a Centralized Future (56 points, 38 comments)
    7. Blockstream joins Digital Garage to jointly develop next-generation financial technology (33 points, 15 comments)
    8. Bitcoin Matrix Wallpaper (1920x1080) (23 points, 6 comments)
    9. The ECB Explains Why Central Banks Can't Go Bankrupt (19 points, 7 comments)
  25. 796 points, 1 submission: kidblondie
    1. [AMA] I'm the woman who got pepper sprayed wearing the "Make Bitcoin Great Again" hat. (796 points, 938 comments)
  26. 709 points, 1 submission: silver_89
    1. Liftoff (709 points, 282 comments)
  27. 697 points, 2 submissions: Tfoe1399
    1. Huge shoutout to for giving me back my money (666 points, 91 comments)
    2. So this just happened (31 points, 101 comments)
  28. 691 points, 3 submissions: jholmes91
    1. Antonopoulos Supports SegWit, Opens Doors For Lightning and TumbleBit (315 points, 112 comments)
    2. Donald Trump is Considering a Bitcoin Entrepreneur to Lead the FDA (220 points, 137 comments)
    3. Japanese Internet Giant GMO Announces Entrance to Bitcoin Wallet Market (156 points, 14 comments)
  29. 688 points, 2 submissions: belcher_
    1. loses 13.2BTC trying to fork the network: Untested and buggy BU creates an oversized block, Many BU node banned, the HF fails (543 points, 428 comments)
    2. Segwit talk by Pieter Wuille. 25 minutes talk time (145 points, 21 comments)
  30. 673 points, 9 submissions: Lite_Coin_Guy
    1. Litecoin Moves to Adopt Bitcoin's SegWit Scaling Upgrade (155 points, 86 comments)
    2. If Bitcoin ETF approval ignites speculative rush, doesn't that prove intense latent demand, blocked only by the SEC? (120 points, 22 comments)
    3. Big miners are free to create their Unlimited coin, but if they try to kill Bitcoin it will resist censorship and route around it. (108 points, 103 comments)
    4. What is money? (93 points, 56 comments)
    5. Charlie Shrems next jail time? (50 points, 15 comments)
    6. In 1996 they said the Internet was in need of a "killer app". In 2016, they said #Bitcoin needed a "killer app", too. (39 points, 17 comments)
    7. Introduction to Bitcoin & Blockchains (38 points, 5 comments)
    8. Evaporative Two-Phase Immersion Cooling (Bitfury) (37 points, 6 comments)
    9. Crypto '98 Rump Session- Hal Finney (33 points, 8 comments)
  31. 635 points, 8 submissions: olivercarding
    1. Bitcoin Has Many Fans at Amazon According to Purse CEO Andrew Lee (152 points, 39 comments)
    2. Bitcoin is Closing in On Its Transaction Capacity Limit, For Real This Time (110 points, 155 comments)
    3. The Founder of India-Based Bitcoin Mining Pool GBMiners is Running a Ponzi Scheme (105 points, 50 comments)
    4. How Bitcoin Is Disrupting The Online Gambling Industry (98 points, 74 comments)
    5. Report Estimates There are More Than 10 Million Bitcoin Holders Worldwide (91 points, 54 comments)
    6. Blockchain Announces Expansion in Middle East; Partners with Dubai Government (32 points, 7 comments)
    7. 3 Teams Receive Funding from $1.2 Million Bitcoin Development Grant, More Funds Incoming (27 points, 7 comments)
    8. Digital Garage and Blockstream Collaborate on New Blockchain Solutions for Japanese Market (20 points, 0 comments)
  32. 630 points, 1 submission: classna
    1. FOMO-ing right now (630 points, 85 comments)
  33. 621 points, 7 submissions: _smudger_
    1. Bitcoin: Why It Now Belongs in Every Portfolio (206 points, 33 comments)
    2. Bitcoin ETF may attract $300 million in the first week, says Needham & company (205 points, 103 comments)
    3. It's time to start thinking about denominating Bitcoins in mBTC permanently. Might be the last time to buy some for less than a dollar each! (82 points, 127 comments)
    4. Big China bitcoin exchange says no government pressure on outflows (46 points, 6 comments)
    5. New weekly record in Local Bitcoin volumes plus new highs in Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and Venezuela (36 points, 1 comment)
    6. Despite the recent drop the price is hitting new records when averaged over a year (24 points, 10 comments)
    7. Press Release: CD Key retailer CJS CD Keys now Accepting Bitcoin (22 points, 3 comments)
  34. 597 points, 1 submission: arichnad
    1. mac has the new bitcoin Unicode character already! (597 points, 81 comments)
  35. 594 points, 1 submission: drvox1600
    1. Bitcoin just hit $1000 USD! :D (594 points, 147 comments)
  36. 573 points, 4 submissions: bitcoinglobe
    1. Japanese internet giant, GMO, entering bitcoin exchange and wallet markets (451 points, 26 comments)
    2. Abra overview (52 points, 22 comments)
    3. Japan Could See 20,000 Bitcoin Accepting Merchants in 2017 - CryptoCoinsNews (44 points, 5 comments)
    4. Bitcoin is gold with a teleporter (26 points, 2 comments)
  37. 567 points, 9 submissions: PrimeParticle
    1. "Introduction to Bitcoin" - Andreas Antonopoulos (Probably one of the best videos for introducing bitcoin). (131 points, 7 comments)
    2. Venezuela's currency now worth so little shopkeepers weigh vast piles of notes instead of counting them (118 points, 42 comments)
    3. Coins are cheaper in China by $30 to $50 dollars for the first time in a long time, that means... (92 points, 87 comments)
    4. Andreas Antonopoulos - The Death of Money | London Real (57 points, 1 comment)
    5. Abra: Bitcoin To Fiat Withdrawals At Tellers Globally! - 2017 North American Bitcoin Conference (47 points, 14 comments)
    6. Remember that you can use CPFP or RBF to get your transactions confirmed faster. (45 points, 46 comments)
    7. Bitcoin Q&A: The Lightning Network & Rootstock (30 points, 1 comment)
    8. Public Perception of Bitcoin is Slowly Shifting Amid Global Financial Turmoil (25 points, 1 comment)
    9. Bitcoin is shrugging off some big news of out of China (22 points, 1 comment)
  38. 561 points, 1 submission: kevsudos
    1. Bitcoin Hodlers Be Like........ (561 points, 96 comments)
  39. 543 points, 1 submission: turn-down-for-what
    1. $1,000! (543 points, 49 comments)
  40. 539 points, 1 submission: BlahYourHamster
    1. [META] Can we use the Bitcoin Rollercoster Guy as the upvote and downvote arrows? (539 points, 49 comments)
  41. 538 points, 7 submissions: themetalfriend
    1. The real superhero (210 points, 15 comments)
    2. Countries where you can survive on Bitcoin (map) (76 points, 88 comments)
    3. How practical is it to live on Bitcoin: historical progress (gif) (63 points, 40 comments)
    4. Among the countries with the strongest Bitcoin adoption: Slovenia, Finland, Singapore, Hong Kong, Canada, Switzerland (63 points, 13 comments)
    5. Long-term bitcoiner checking this sub (51 points, 9 comments)
    6. The complete list of the factors that influence the value of Bitcoin (45 points, 29 comments)
    7. Will Bitcoin work on Mars? (30 points, 41 comments)
  42. 521 points, 2 submissions: roasbeef
    1. Announcing the Alpha Release of the Lightning Network Daemon! (427 points, 152 comments)
    2. Setting up and Testing LND with the Testnet Lightning Faucet (94 points, 7 comments)
  43. 506 points, 1 submission: ToTheMoonGuy
    1. Super Bowl Bitcoin Lady (506 points, 37 comments)
  44. 484 points, 1 submission: ssienk117
    1. My new Phone background. Thanks u/SooieSide/ (484 points, 30 comments)
  45. 472 points, 2 submissions: Wingsuit
    1. I think duck duck go should improve their decimal accuracy (386 points, 41 comments)
    2. Bitcoin achieves leetness in Australia (86 points, 12 comments)
  46. 470 points, 1 submission: robertgenito
    1. The REAL good ol' days of bitcoin... (470 points, 103 comments)
  47. 444 points, 1 submission: loserkids
    1. Bitcoin saved my ass in South East Asia (444 points, 115 comments)
  48. 441 points, 1 submission: boyber
    1. LibreTaxi, free and open source UbeLyft alternative to connect passengers and drivers - bitcoin integration on the way! (441 points, 94 comments)

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  7. Frogolocalypse (986 points, 322 comments)
  8. dan_from_san_diego (949 points, 554 comments)
  9. Cryptolution (851 points, 226 comments)
  10. Vaultoro (822 points, 100 comments)
  11. thieflar (792 points, 231 comments)
  12. Lite_Coin_Guy (748 points, 219 comments)
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  1. "R.I.P. Bitcoin. It's Time to Move On"....funny billboard driving around in Miami by futureofeverything (3136 points, 227 comments)
  2. Clearly not mainstream yet by tuqqs (2808 points, 104 comments)
  3. Countdown: Bitcoin Will Be a Legal Method of Payment in Japan in Two Months by helmsk (2316 points, 151 comments)
  4. Internet Archive: $3000 donated anonymously to the @internetarchive in bitcoin just now. Made our day! Thank you! by bahatassafus (1941 points, 31 comments)
  5. Welcome to Bitcoin, everyone. Don't worry, he'll recover. by Pizpie (1353 points, 155 comments)
  6. Deutsche Bank - More than $10 billion in transactions never appeared on the books. That's why banksters don't want to use public blockchains. by kynek99 (1338 points, 96 comments)
  7. Julian Assange just used the current block hash as proof-of-not-prerecorded-interview in his AMA by umbawumpa (1294 points, 182 comments)
  8. When you ride the bitcoin rally by Butt_Cheek_Spreader (1189 points, 204 comments)
  9. what it'll look like, when it happens by tuqqs (1124 points, 195 comments)
  10. You can now buy Bitcoin from any 7-11 in the Philippines! by Carlscrazyidea (1021 points, 136 comments)

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  2. 340 points: Vaultoro's comment in Just paid 23 cents on a $3.74 transaction. When does it end? $1.00 per transaction? $2? $5? I don't wanna stop using this peer to peer currency, but I'm fast being priced out of it.
  3. 323 points: jamesdpitley's comment in "R.I.P. Bitcoin. It's Time to Move On"....funny billboard driving around in Miami
  4. 290 points: Clutch70's comment in Clearly not mainstream yet
  5. 212 points: BitcoinDreamland's comment in South Florida Distillers uses heat from bitcoin mining to accelerate rum barrel aging!
  6. 206 points: bitpotluck's comment in FOMO-ing right now
  7. 195 points: howardkinsd's comment in Clearly not mainstream yet
  8. 182 points: beloboi's comment in "R.I.P. Bitcoin. It's Time to Move On"....funny billboard driving around in Miami
  9. 181 points: BattleChimp's comment in "R.I.P. Bitcoin. It's Time to Move On"....funny billboard driving around in Miami
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