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Tue May 28, 2019 10:26 am

Hello, everyone!

So, you’re looking for information about e-currency trading, is that so? Perhaps you have been exchanging e-currencies for a while, and are looking to take it to the next level? Or perhaps you are a newcomer, looking to gain some useful insights before you take the plunge and invest your hard-earned money in this marketplace?

Either way, you have come to right place. Because one thing both old, well-established traders of novices need to do is find the best rates for their exchanges. This is always crucial. You simply cannot achieve a long term profit without always getting the best available rate.

Many traders struggle a bit with this. It can seem disheartening having to spend so much time scouring the internet, looking for the e-currency exchanger that offers the best rate for your trade.

The great news is that there is no need to waste your time doing the legwork all by yourself. There is a much easier, more efficient way. You find it at www.BestChange.com! The service on offer, allows you to find and compare rates from a long list of competing exchangers in real time. This enables you to trade so very much more quickly, and with a better chance of turning a profit.

It is tremendously easy to use the BestChange.com service. Just stop by the website. You will find that everything is quite self-explanatory. All you have to do is select the e-currencies you want to exchange for one another. Then a list will appear showing you the current rates being offered on the trade from many different exchangers. All that’s left for you to do is choose the one that is most favorable.

The service is very complete. You can find any e-currency pair currently being offered anywhere as an option.

BestChange.com has been around ever since 2007. This has given this service a lot of experience and useful knowledge. In addition to gaining up-to-date rates on e-currency exchanges, there are other useful resources on offer too. They include some very useful reviews of different exchangers. Reading them can help you gain a better understanding of which exchangers might fit best with your needs. Obviously, BestChange.com exclude all exchangers that fail to live up to their high standards. Only quality operators can be found here.
Do you have any questions about how BestChange.com can help to improve your trading, or anything else? Then, simply get in touch. The team are more than happy to help.
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Sat Jun 08, 2019 6:46 am

How Safe are Bitcoin Paper Wallets?

A bitcoin paper wallet is a public and private key printed on paper or a piece of plastic. It is an offline wallet and is referred to as a type of “cold storage”. This means that it is an extra-secure storage that is not connected to the Internet which can be hacked. Although its security can be debatable.

The piece of paper (or plastic) contains printed private and public keys, usually accompanied by QR code, which also serves as the address. You can simply copy and paste the keys onto a text document and print it out (making sure to delete the document from your PC). You can also use free online services that generate the printable wallet. The key generation is usually done in your browser, so they are not transmitted on the internet. But to be on the safe side, you are advised to clear your browser after printing. Keeping an image of the paper wallet on your computer or phone is a definite no-no.

Some paper wallet services offer a handy design that you can cut, fold and seal, making them a lightweight and relatively secure form of storing your bitcoins offline. You send your bitcoin to the public address displayed on the wallet, and then store the paper in a secure place.

The security of paper wallets stems from the fact that they are absolutely offline, and hackers cannot reach them. But, on the other hand, you need to keep this piece of paper secure to protect your funds.

There is a risk that somebody can find your printout and withdraw your funds without your knowledge. As an extra precaution measure you can fold the printout covering the private key and seal the fold with a tamper evident seal.

Also, you need to bear in mind the physical vulnerability of the material. To protect the paper wallet from water (for example, in case of flooding) you may want to keep the printout in a sealed plastic bag. But there does not seem to be a good protection against fire.

But these risks are not very likely, use common sense to keep your wallets safe the way you would jewels and ordinary cash. In general paper wallets are by far the safest option to store your digital assets.

Whatever your preferred method of storing e-currencies, you can always buy or sell your crypto money choosing the best rates at bestchange.com !
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Thu Jun 13, 2019 7:42 am

Blockchain and bitcoin based on it, as any new revolutionary technology, have their drawbacks. The mechanism of ‘proof-of-work’ consensus uses enormous volumes of electricity, cryptocurrency is used for speculations and sometimes in illegal activities.

But to say that because of that the technology faces a failure, is the same as saying in 1995 that the Internet will not work because it’s clumsy and unorganized.

Bitcoin has been living for over 10 years now despite numerous predictions of its demise. And it is constantly developing. The first cryptocurrency is no longer a “toy for geeks” as it used to be in 2009. Today Blockstream satellites allow making bitcoin transactions even without Internet.

Blockstream company which deals with bitcoin blockchain pilot projects and New Zealand developer goTenna have united their efforts to improve the project that allows sending and receiving bitcoins without Internet with the help of data translation via satellites using radio frequencies which are supported by goTenna devices.

The users will be able to receive bitcoins via satellite and goTenna Mesh network without direct connection to the Internet. If you do not like the control of the local provider or your connection is down for some reason, for example, because of a natural disaster, you will still be able to make a transaction.

With all the innovative features, this technology is quite easy to use. With an electricity generator, satellite dish, Raspberry Pi, a Wi-Fi point and the necessary software you could make global bitcoin transactions.

At first sight, it sounds rather expensive. But if you divide the expenses among people, for instance, if the whole village chips in for the purchase of the equipment, the costs are not so high. To use this service, you need a small satellite dish that uses USB port to connect to PC or specialized equipment such as Raspberry Pi. To manage connection, you can use free software with open source code, for instance GNU Radio.

And the service itself has demonstrated “excellent” uptime and its network has excess capacity to ensure reliability.

And do you still think that bitcoin does not have any future and nobody uses it?

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