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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Getting Started with Bitcoin Investment

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BITCOIN: Getting started with Bitcoin, $100 Invested! Day 1

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BITCOIN: Getting started with Bitcoin, $100 Invested! Day 1

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Getting started with bitcoin, need advice on electric output

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Hey all, I have a question.. I am about to get started on bitcoin mining, and have a question... I am looking into getting 4 antminer s9, I understand that it takes a lot of electricity to run one, let alone 4. I had a electrician come out to my house to see how much it would cost to install either a 120v or 240v outlet in my garage. I have 5 spots open on my breaker box, and this is the problem I am having.. If I have him install a 240 v (50 amp breaker), I could run a maximum of 9600 watts (continously, but maximize is 12000, they say for continously only do 80 percent to be safe), I could run 4 psu(APW3++, which is 1600 watt each) to that one breaker and it would be fine. Right? For him to do that he would have to put 4 outlets to one breaker. Can that be done for a 240v? The guy said that it would be better to install 4 120v 20amp, that if I went with the 240 I would be able to only plug one of my miners in, and that I would need more spots on my breaker box. (240 watt takes up two spots on my breaker box, and I only have 5 left). So I guess what I'm asking is, is it possible to install multiple outlets for a 240 volt on one breaker, run 4 miners, or would that not work? I'm obviously not a electrician and some of the stuff I said above could be wrong. Correct me if it is. I also know 240 watt cuts half of the amp. So with 6800 watts on a 240v is 28amps, which a 50 is plenty enough.
This is a very technical question, and I appreciate the help.
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Bitcoin: Getting Started In Trading(nasdaq)

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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] Getting started with bitcoin or just want free coins?

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A quick way to pick up Bitcoin. Get started....Get yourself a bitcoin account either through bitcoin.org or an online wallet. Use the address with one or more of the sites listed here.

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I have started unlocking some of the hideout things for the first time. Is getting bitcoin farm worth it?

I have started unlocking some of the hideout things for the first time. Is getting bitcoin farm worth it?
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Getting Started in Bitcoin

I'm very new to Bitcoin, and would like to start getting into it. I've heard of it before, but I never really gave it much thought. I've done some research on my own trying to understand how it works and what to do with it. I was hoping someone with experience could help me better understand it and possibly give me a crash course on buying, selling, and even keeping my wallet safe.
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Such interest! Much wow! Bitcoin Treasuries in Publicly Traded Companies. We're just getting started folks.

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Getting started as a bitcoin cash merchant

So I've spent some time looking into various APIs and services, trying to get a basic merchant setup working usable for development, with a working testnet. The quality of the services offered and documentation is lacking, to say the least.
So I've taken a step back and decided I would try to get this working from "first principles", basically setting up a node and using the related APIs. I first tried the BCHD node which was looking promising, until the testnet version of it got into a loop where it kept complaining about some invalid transactions over and over and never seemed to recover.
The I tried "Bitcoin Cash Node", which is an awful name for search engines btw. It could really need a more unique and searchable name. After some struggle and careful reading of startup options and configuration files, I managed to get nodes up an running (testnet and mainnet) and in such a state that they answer to REST and JSONRPC calls.
I have transferred some bitcoin on testnet to a know address, using a public "faucet" that works (also a bit hard to find). I know that I managed to get that part working, as I've successfully looked up the balance of that address using a few of the public blockchain lookup tools.
What I havent' quite figured out is how to look up that address on my locally running node. Most of the API deals with transactions, not addresses. There aren't many APIs that accept addresses. scantxoutset might work, but it uses terms as "scan", which indicates it's not a "low cost" operation (which I would expect).
So I'm wondering, does this really mean that most bitcoin nodes really isn't usable for looking up addresses?? Or to turn it around, can anybody recommend bitcoin cash nodes that offers an easy to use API for looking up payment related things, like addresses?
Final note, I know how wallets etc work. The reason I'm trying to implement similar functionality from scratch is to understand all the details. And because a merchant typically can't just accept the current limited functionality with wallets, which seems focused on a single user's need, not what a merchant would need (gap issue etc).
And fwiw, I've also tested the "bitbox" API (which does not have a working testnet) and "fullstack" API (which has a working testnet, although documentation isn't complete). So I know about other ways of doing similar stuff. I'm just trying to minimize the number of external things I need to depend on while also figuring out how this can be done straight from running nodes.
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Getting started with bitcoin while under 18

Hello! I'm 15, and interested in bitcoin. Where is the best place to get started if I'm still under 18, and can't invest almost anywhere?
Or just sites to buy bitcoin without ID.
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Why invest in Bitcoin? 1. Bitcoin critics turning a 180° 2. Bitcoin is #34 in world currencies, beating New Zealand 3. Russia Dumping U.S. Dollar 4. Warren Buffet sells Banks buys GOLD🥇 5. It's just getting started 📉

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Getting Started in Bitcoin (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Getting Started Easily on Bitcoin BSV Social Media, for Creators

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What You Should Know Before Getting Started with Bitcoin (current BTC/USD price is $11,592.79)

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Anybody have tips for getting started with trading bots? (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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Such interest! Much wow! Bitcoin Treasuries in Publicly Traded Companies. We're just getting started folks. (x-post from /r/Cryptocurrency)

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I'm interested in daytrading Bitcoin but I'm not sure where to start. I'm new to trading and have less than $200 to work with. Are there any educational materials or suggestions for getting started? Thanks!

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