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In 2013 a college student held up a sign that said “hi mom send bitcoin” at a college game day taping, he received 22.4 bitcoins.

In 2013 a college student held up a sign that said “hi mom send bitcoin” at a college game day taping, he received 22.4 bitcoins.



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  1. tldr; Reddit user BItcoinPitcher2 received over $20,000 in digital donations through Bitcoin after his sign for ESPN’s College GameDay was featured on the ESPN broadcast. The Reddit user received donations via the peer-to-peer payment network after the sign became a hit with fans watching from home, especially those on Twitter. “I’d like to make a donation to Seans Outpost, a non-profit registered

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  2. Those interested in owning some, take his advice: “Bitcoins exist only online and are stored in virtual wallets. The total number of Bitcoins is not supposed to exceed 21 million. If you don’t want to try mining for yourself, you can purchase Bitcoins through websites like Coinbase.com and Mt. Gox.

  3. I’m surprised they could get the QR code to read. But they may be some tech that would help with that.

    I always thought if I were homeless I’d go to a copy center and get a QR code printed of for my sign that said “Will beg for crypto.”

    This idea would only work in Silicon Valley though?

  4. Forbes’ Robert W. Wood reports bitcoins valued at just $13.50 less than a year ago are now worth about $1,200. Those interested in owning some, take his advice: “Bitcoins exist only online and are stored in virtual wallets. The total number of Bitcoins is not supposed to exceed 21 million. If you don’t want to try mining for yourself, you can purchase Bitcoins through websites like Coinbase.com and Mt. Gox.”

  5. Should posting addresses be illegal as it is a prompter for scammers? It is something like posting someone’s personal bank account number. I feel that we are all collectively responsible for the safety of each other’s crypto. What do others feel about this?

What do you think?

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