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Re: Its Interesting - What is The difference Between 'Bitcoin' and 'bitcoin' ?

Postby A K Rao » 12 Jan 2019, 19:19

oldbuddy wrote:I think the difference between BTC and btc is just lazy fingers.


I am sure you were too lazy to read the thread before posting this thread , as i have already given the explanation and also the reference! :D
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Re: Its Interesting - What is The difference Between 'Bitcoin' and 'bitcoin' ?

Postby cinderella » 12 Jan 2019, 20:37

I'm glad that you shared this information. I would usually use the big letter when I used the word on the first part of the sentence. I am planning to get back into Bitcoin activities soon.
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Re: Its Interesting - What is The difference Between 'Bitcoin' and 'bitcoin' ?

Postby oldbuddy » 12 Jan 2019, 23:37

A K Rao wrote:
oldbuddy wrote:I think the difference between BTC and btc is just lazy fingers.


I am sure you were too lazy to read the thread before posting this thread , as i have already given the explanation and also the reference! :D

Actually I read the whole thread carefully, but my opinion is still the same. The reference you provided has no more validity than the comments here.
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Re: Its Interesting - What is The difference Between 'Bitcoin' and 'bitcoin' ?

Postby suny » 12 Jan 2019, 23:52

Even my opinion is the same. It makes no difference how you type B(b) while referring to bitcoin currency. Maybe the computers have not been trained to read the difference yet. :lol:
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