Bitcoin.de Made in Germany – www.bitcoin.de/en

Bitcoin.de Made in Germany – www.bitcoin.de/en

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Your benefits as a customer of Bitcoin.de

 

  • Largest Bitcoin marketplace in Europe with over 260,000 customers
  • First and so far only Bitcoin marketplace worldwide trading with audited Bitcoin customer portfolios by publically accredited auditing company (last audit as per 29/08/2016)
  • Over 98% of the Bitcoin customer portfolios are stored offline
  • All Bitcoin.de servers are located in secure data processing centers in Germany
  • Regular security audits by external companies
  • Advantage of a market place such as Bitcoin.de: your funds always remain on your own bank account covered by statutory deposit insurance. Most Bitcoin exchanges on the contrary hold your funds as a rule unsecured on the company bank account of the exchange operator with the risk of a total loss should the exchange operator become insolvent.
  • Other advantages are the Bug Bounty program, encrypted email transmission and much more

Website: https://www.bitcoin.de/en

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18 Comments

  1. If we believe that BitCoin will increasingly have more demand and its offer is so limited obviously over time its value will be appreciated, and when you have a good that is worth much more in the future than what you do today is to save it instead of spending it . Result consumption and then the economy would stop. ”
    From my point of view this is relative, if your savings are revalued by 300% every 3 months (the Bitcoin average), there comes a time when this profit, even if the preference for savings remains constant, would end up positively affecting consumption, since That you could not only cover the actual expenses, but that you could save more in absolute terms and have a greater surplus.
    Imagine that you generate in three years 100,000 € with 3000 € in Bitcoins acquired today, would not your consumption habits change ?, I see it clear.
    Added to this remember that Bitcoin is a finite but also fractional good (it is possible to carry out transactions with 0.00000001BTC), so it remains equally accessible, different terminologies will simply be used (mBTC = 0.001BTC, Satoshi = 0.000001BTC.
    As if, if Bitcoin had an influx of 1% of the world’s Forex, the implicit price would be $ 100000 / Bitcoin

  2. If we believe that BitCoin will increasingly have more demand and its offer is so limited obviously over time its value will be appreciated, and when you have a good that is worth much more in the future than what you do today is to save it instead of spending it . Result consumption and then the economy would stop. ”
    From my point of view this is relative, if your savings are revalued by 300% every 3 months (the Bitcoin average), there comes a time when this profit, even if the preference for savings remains constant, would end up positively affecting consumption, since That you could not only cover the actual expenses, but that you could save more in absolute terms and have a greater surplus.
    Imagine that you generate in three years 100,000 € with 3000 € in Bitcoins acquired today, would not your consumption habits change ?, I see it clear.
    Added to this remember that Bitcoin is a finite but also fractional good (it is possible to carry out transactions with 0.00000001BTC), so it remains equally accessible, different terminologies will simply be used (mBTC = 0.001BTC, Satoshi = 0.000001BTC.
    As if, if Bitcoin had an influx of 1% of the world’s Forex, the implicit price would be $ 100000 / Bitcoin

  3. Some people say that Bitcoin payments are not sufficiently safe, referring to the numerous scams. This misbelief is triggered by misunderstanding of BTC system principle of work. To hack online BTC wallet is extremely difficult, and the desktop one – impossible at all (if you are following a few simple rules). In most cases, people suffer from phishing attacks, when somehow a person transmits the data regarding his BTC wallet to third parties. Often people do not fully understand the severity of situation, and therefore fall on different tricks. In fact the same rules are applied for credit cards.

  4. The Bitcoin protocol has immense intrinsic value as a self-regulating frictionless payment network affordable to almost anyone. Here is a technology that allows anyone to send any amount of money to anyone else in the world at virtually no cost with nothing more than an Internet connection or smart phone. Bitcoin, like the Internet, is one of those innovations that can break down barriers; information barriers in the case of the Internet, and financial barriers with Bitcoin.

  5. Through rose-tinted glasses, Bitcoin can do no wrong. It is a currency that is free of central bank control, is decentralized, and it has proven that it can serve as a store of value for people who lose trust in their national currency (Greece, for example). However, the supply of every currency is controlled by some function, and in the case of the Bitcoin it is through the process known as “mining.” In layman’s terms, Bitcoin mining is the only way to introduce new currency to the marketplace, and it is performed by “miners” who use expensive software to solve math problems in exchange for the currency.

    While the sheer difficulty of mining assures Bitcoin users that there won’t ever be a massive supply shock in the digital market, the way that Bitcoins are created causes one enormous problem. Primarily, it incentivizes miners to hoard the currency upon receiving it. This is one of the main causes of Bitcoin’s price volatility (it’s estimated that up to 25% of Bitcoins mined have never even entered the marketplace). The only way to alleviate this issue is to mandate that miners have to exchange all newly-mined Bitcoins for another currency of their choice. Otherwise, volatility will end up killing this currency’s potential, and a group of Bitcoin miners will control the supply. Is that really any better than a central bank?

  6. As a fee-only financial planner, I have a fiduciary responsibility to my clients to only recommend investments that are suitable to their specific investment plan and risk profile. While my clients’ risk tolerances run the gamut from conservative to aggressive, Bitcoin, with its short history, volatile price movements, and lack of intrinsic value is hard to ever recommend as an investment. While one could make the case for an investment in currencies (due to their diversification benefits), a purchase of Bitcoin would be pure speculation, akin to penny stocks.

    As an investment, I won’t touch it. But as a concept, I love it! A global currency would eliminate the need for exchanges making global commerce easier by increasing efficiency, reducing transaction costs, and ultimately reducing costs for the end consumer. Even better, Bitcoin is not controlled by a central bank, thereby reducing the risk of manipulation from authoritarian governments. And with a limited supply, inflation should be kept at a minimum.

    I wish Bitcoin all the best of luck, but I’m afraid it may never make it into one of our investment portfolios.

  7. Currently, Bitcoin is a virtual and decentralized currency used to trade for goods and services, not backed by any government, company, or organization. It’s truly a global unregulated currency that is not taxed at any level. Multiple attempts have been made to harness in virtual currency, but much like the government attempts to regulate the Internet, the regulations so far have failed. At some point, Bitcoins will likely need to be regulated to have lasting power. The questions will be who and how. Currently the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee is investigating Bitcoins and other virtual currencies.

  8. Bitcoin is an interesting idea, but I think their mechanism for regulating the currency supply is fundamentally flawed. Because the Bitcoin supply doesn’t increase in proportion to the growth or use of Bitcoins, there is a deflationary effect, creating an incentive for people to hoard Bitcoins rather than spend them. Gresham’s Law in economics suggests that for a complementary currency to be successful, it needs to have an inflationary effect that exceeds inflation in the national currency.

  9. At this point, Bitcoin is neither a legitimate form of currency nor an investment. Until it gains widespread acceptance and price stability, it will never be a mainstream method of payment. And from an investing perspective, Bitcoin’s uncertain future and the lack of any meaningful fundamental metrics make it a speculation at best, and gambling at worst.

  10. Bitcoin is a scam that needlessly hurts the environment:
    1) Round trip trades inflate prices and make it look more liquid a market, according to one of the founders of RSA.
    2) The European Central Bank says it’s a risky system for its users and could easily become illiquid.
    3) The Electronic Frontier Foundation won’t accept Bitcoin for all the legal concerns associated with it from the stamp act, to money laundering, to tax evasion.
    4) The system is prone to theft given the file sharing nature and this has occurred several times.
    5) Computers processing Bitcoin transactions use over $100,000 worth of electricity everyday.

  11. As a trader, it offers some incredible opportunities. Price fluctuations have been all over the map recently. In the last 2 months Bitcoin has risen nearly 100%, prior to that it fell 55% in 2 months, in April it fell from 81% in 6 days! This volatility is incredible and, if you’re on the right side of the trade, can be very profitable.

  12. My thoughts on Bitcoin and the other currencies is that they ought to be legal unless there is fraud involved. The government should not get involved in regulating private money if there is no fraud. I do not take a position on Bitcoin and other proposed currencies in a technical fashion, but I understand the political ramifications of them, and I think that government should stay out of them and they should be perfectly legal, even though I don’t endorse (technically) one over another

  13. The Bitcoin industry has been rife with scams and thefts, so it’s hard to believe that the currency will be able to sustain itself over the long term. Even though there are some who claim Bitcoins are the currency of the future, I just don’t see it. It has also been linked to drug trafficking and illegal gambling. I see it as a fad and nothing more, and as more people lose real money because of the legal issues surrounding Bitcoin, I eventually see it fading from existence

  14. If you want to use a cryptocurrency that does not generate any doubt at the time of generating profits, I invite you to download TRADER, this cryptocurrency arrived and since it was created has done nothing more than generate profits to its investors and merchants, it is totally free and 100% safe. I assure you will not regret. Here is the wallet:
    For Windows https://mega.nz/#!4GIHFS4K!W2JR251ul6t_kh6Vy7In3xQmlCl0gpNACJD56aQMTF8
    For Linux https://mega.nz/#!QaACGDoI!AWZFNNVLUC5w4JI6Zp-Hqj8ZacZPYv93gPtwJ-nkdyo

  15. Bitcoin.de is one of the best and most widely used sites to buy cryptocurrencies, especially if you live in the European Union. As you can deduce from the domain name, the company is based in Germany. Bitcoin Deutschland AG is a company of Bitcoin Group SE and is associated with Fidor Bank AG, a bank favorable to new technologies.

  16. A German company that intermediates between users and a German bank registered with BaFin. Our opinion is very safe.

  17. Strange recotes in exotic stocks and currency crossings. I do not recommend negotiating with them.

  18. I have been with them for a while and I am super happy, all supergenial and fast. I like it because with them I can use the cTrader platform, much better than MT4.

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