Currently the block reward is 12BTC, so every day 12*6*24=1700 new bitcoins are created. Got to assume most of these are being sold to cover mining costs. That's 1700*6000=$10 million sells a day. Considering this, The price is holding up remarkably well. As future halvings occur the picture starts to look a lot brighter!!!
Great to see these popping up all over London #bitcoinATM
The good thing about c-lightning is that it integrates with LightningCharge. A great API for creating invoices. PHP wrapper also available. As a test you can create an invoice in 4 lines of code:
$charge = new LightningChargeClient('http://LightningChargeServer:9112', 'SecretPassword');
$invoice = $charge->invoice([ 'currency' => 'GBP', 'amount' => 0.1 ]);
$newURL = 'http://LightningChargeServer:9112/checkout/'.$invoice->id;
@PrivateKey Find a profile of someone on a server. Click on the 3 dots at the right. Then: Hide everything from [server name].
I think it probably does the same as mute. I haven't tried it yet.
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Anyone see this Bitcoin mining farm in Kurdistan?. Cheap electricity out there!