Bitcoin’s price goes up, comes down, goes up, comes down. You can read every forum, every chatbox, every post on BTC and you’ll still not know who or what causes price change in BTC. By all accounts the big whales are the real ones who can manipulate it, like the recent suggestion a dump from Mt Gox wallet caused the price dip, although that’s been debunked now. Who knows, there’s a lot of people out there with big BTC wallets and a lot of people wanting to increase their BTC. So how to increase your BTC holdings? You could get knee deep in learning margin trading, but this can be a bit scary and a bit crazy. If you’re not careful you’ll leverage too high and lose lock stock the whole fucking lot. Another route is to use 1Broker. This allows margin trading in BTC in stocks/currencies/indices and commodities. But…Continue reading Increasing your BTC using 1Broker
I find WP a help and a hindrance at times. It’s a pretty good platform, albeit a little slow and bloated so I try and keep the plugins few and far between. I recently found I couldn’t upload pictures via the WordPress app, and got an error of “The corresponding HMAC for this file does not match”. After some googling, it would appear this is because of the max upload file size. I tried a couple of different routes to fix this, firstly .htaccess file, secondly wp_config.php updating, using a plugin. None worked. The easiest way I found was simply to create a file called php.ini in your /wp_admin/ with these two lines in it: upload_max_filesize = 32M post_max_size = 32M Job done!