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Ledger USB wallet he compact Ledger USB Bitcoin Wallet uses smartcard security and is available for areasonable price. CoinDesk reviewed this wallet in December 2014. KeepKey launched a hardware wallet in September 2015, which is priced at $239 a unit. The KeepKey wallet software was originally a fork of Trezor's code.

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What is bitcoin minning


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Bitcoins, good or bad?


Bitcoin is very good. Most Western countries treat Bitcoin as a commodity like property of gold. However it is used like a currency almost everywhere and is mainstream, regulated by tax departments. Bitcoin Mining is the process by which Bitcoin Digital Currency is created. Mining verifies transactions on the Blockchain (a ledger of transactions, a copy of which is 'distributed' widely across computers worldwide, peer to peer) and a reward is given to the successful verification of these transactions. The awards add up and eventually (with quite some difficulty) a Bitcoin is created. Therefore a Bitcoin Miner is very much like the Federeal Reserve, because they literally create money. In fact you, yourself can become a Bitcoin miner from as little as US$25. Bitcoin is Digital Money. It works just like bits of information. Very long digital codes that represent a verified, unique representation of money. This can be transferred Peer to Peer, or Person to Person and eliminates the need to have banks. It is very popular in countries where currency has depreciated rapidly. People in those countries have moved to Bitcoin, which can be spent normally through EFTPOS and VISA and MASTERCARD Debit Cards at Retail. Eventually, digital money will naturally replace cash money. You can diversify your savings into Bitcoin to hedge against currency devaluation, which is a very real thing world wide. For more information contact www.glynmaclean.com

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Bitcoin history


Bitcoin was created by Satoshi Nakamoto (assumed to be a psudonym) and consists of a ledger which is distributed across computers, Peer to Peer called a blockchain. This ledger records tranasactions. Bitcoin Mining is the process by which Bitcoin Digital Currency is created. Mining verifies transactions on the Blockchain (a ledger of transactions, a copy of which is 'distributed' widely across computers worldwide, peer to peer) and a reward is given to the successful verification of these transactions. The awards add up and eventually (with quite some difficulty) a Bitcoin is created. Therefore a Bitcoin Miner is very much like the Federeal Reserve, because they literally create money. In fact you, yourself can become a Bitcoin miner from as little as US$25. Bitcoin is Digital Money. It works just like bits of information. Very long digital codes that represent a verified, unique representation of money. This can be transferred Peer to Peer, or Person to Person and eliminates the need to have banks. It is very popular in countries where currency has depreciated rapidly. People in those countries have moved to Bitcoin, which can be spent normally through EFTPOS and VISA and MASTERCARD Debit Cards at Retail. Eventually, digital money will naturally replace cash money. You can diversify your savings into Bitcoin to hedge against currency devaluation, which is a very real thing world wide. For more information contact www.glynmaclean.com

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Are there different kinds of virtual currencies or is bitcoin the only one?


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What is error code 6500?


This is an error indicating a problem with the Logic Board Assembly. It's probably not worth fixing, with printer prices being fairly low.\

According to the MP800 Service Manual:

2-2. Service Call Errors (by Cyclic Blinking in Orange (Alarm LED) and Green (COPY button), or
Alarm LED Lit in Orange)

Service call errors are indicated by the number of cycles the Alarm LED and COPY button blink, and the corresponding error
code is displayed on the LCD.

*Cycles of blinking in orange (Alarm LED) and green (COPY button) - 20 times

*Other hardware error - Error

*Error Code - [6500]

*Conditions - The PCI bus error is detected by the ASIC.

*Solution (Replacement of listed parts, which are likely to be faulty) - Logic board ***'y

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Error code 6500


Hi,
Error 6500 is a hardware error.In most case the logic board assembly is failed or an internal error of one of the ASIC chips on the logic board and can only be repaired by replacing the logic board at the Canon Service Center.
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Thanks, SF

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