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Video from the Bitcoin Cash talk at Maracaibo Venezuela - Over 200 taxi cabs


We expect 120+ attendees from both ETH and BCH communities.
This is an exclusive networking event for developers and builders!

We will be providing free food and drinks to all Devcon5 attendees (please bring your conference pass!) and any of our regular meet up members from the BCH community.

There will be lite entertainment, giveaways and few words from industry leaders.

!!! - Due to the limited venue capacity, please come early to ensure you can enter the venue. An RSVP doesn't guarantee your spot!

Location: J’adore 難波・心斎橋

Chūō-ku, Shinsaibashisuji, 2-chōme−5−5 8F Shinsaibashi GATE · Osaka


A meetup at Bar{76}; in Yokosuka, Japan to explore Blockchain Technology and all it has to offer the world. All questions welcome. Let's learn about this technology together!

Location: Bar{76};

横須賀市大滝町1丁目8 · 神奈川県


Project Ignite won the first place prize by gathering 2,830 votes with the loyalty points system Hamingja. According to the specifications, the project uses “SLP transactions combined with BCH checkdatasig covenants” which make non-tradeable tokens.


Should You Accept Bitcoin? - Cameron Lee

How to onboard merchants and host meetups? - Akane Yokoo September 2019

I Take Bitcoin Cash for My Small Business - Donna Kilpatrick


Bitcoin Cash (BCH) adoption continues this week as there’s been a slew of announcements associated with BCH acceptance and activism. For instance, a massive electronic billboard in the middle of Tokyo displayed a huge BCH symbol indicating that Japan’s largest luxury watch and jewelry shop, Gem Castle Yukizaki, now accepts bitcoin cash at all 15 locations.

General Discussion / The Hard Truth
« on: September 24, 2019, 04:49:19 PM »

General Discussion / Re: Online Casino
« on: September 20, 2019, 06:55:36 PM »
I removed the link in your post because it doesn't appear that site accepts Bitcoin Cash. You're welcome to post links here as long as they pertain to Bitcoin Cash.

Developer Panel: How does Bitcoin Cash attract a larger developer community?

Introducing BCHD: A Golang Full Node & Libraries - Chris Pacia

Digital Identity: Safeguarding Privacy in US Local Government w/SLP - Joshua Green & Doug McCollough

Boost Privacy on Bitcoin Cash Transactions - Dr. Mark B. Lundeberg

Privacy of Wallets - Josh Ellithorpe

The State of Bitcoin Cash 2019 - Gabriel Cardona

Forging Chain Metal: A Vision for Bitcoin Cash Software Development - Dr. Paul Chandler

Bitcoin Cash App Exploration - Dr. Saad Butt, Ethan Cannon and Dao Zhou

Meetups / London Bitcoin Cash Meetup - Thursday Sept 12, 2019 6:30PM
« on: September 06, 2019, 12:19:12 AM »

On September 12th we'll be transforming this charming archway and courtyard in Shoreditch into a mini seminar venue with talks, food, drinks and networking. We have two talks lined up for you:

"Bitcoin Cash as a Base Currency"
Danish Chaudhry - CEO, Exchange
Danish has broad experience across multiple industries having worked in finance (BlackRock) and consulting (EY) before becoming a startup founder (TeacherHQ) and mentor (Virgin Startup). Recently he's joined to head up their exchange product, of which you can expect a demo.

"Schnorr Signatures and CashShuffle In Action"
Richard Brady - Developer,
Richard spent 10 years in telecoms designing large open-source VoIP deployments for UK mobile operators. He's now developing Bitcoin Cash powered phone and WiFi services which remove friction and trust from the user experience.

Between and after talks there will be a selection of meals and drinks available, all at £1, with payment taken in BCH. If you don't have Bitcoin Cash yet your hosts will gladly assist you with installing a wallet (fast WiFi available) and topping it up.

We have limited space so please check your availability before you RSVP.

Right of admission reserved.

Location: Voxonica

Kingsland Rd · London

How to find us: Look for the alley, under the bridge, opposite Bird.

Onboarding Q&A Plus Discussion / Frequently Asked Questions
« on: August 30, 2019, 09:09:15 PM »
Question: How do I pay taxes?

Answer: The easiest way to deal with taxes is use a service which converts BCH into local "fiat" (national currency) immediately at time of transaction. This way the tax procedure should be the same as traditional transactions. The leading service for this currently is BitPay which charges a flat 1% fee. BitPay has offices in the United States, Europe and South America.

Note: please post proposals for new and better or modified questions or answers below.

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