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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How did Satoshi Program for Incentive to Spend? on: July 04, 2013, 11:52:16 PM
Just one reason, there are many more ...

So I can send money to people round the world without having to pay all the ridiculous fees Paypal + Western Union + banks charge you.

This. Zero fee is the future.

I disagree.  As the mining incentive drops, the fees will increase.



check this out : http://news.yahoo.com/mont-fund-aid-victims-ponzi-204147109.html

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

i'd say lets make fees dust etc to only go to the crypto darkweb victims fund similiar to this article NYC;)
2  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: [RFC] Multi-winner auction rules on: July 04, 2013, 11:06:54 PM
" I decline to document how many bitcoins I have.  "

"In addition to bitcoins I have purchased an Avalon.  This is a clear commitment to bitcoin that does not show up in the block chain.  I think that block mining is a service that will produce income.  When I explain this to friends, I don't say "I mine bitcoins" because that is all jargon that they don't understand.  I tell them instead that I have a special purpose computer that sells notary service for one very specific type of financial transaction.

I assume that bitcoin mining is a detail intensive demanding job, not a magic money printing machine.  Management of power costs will be important, access to sufficient bandwidth will be important.  Acquisition and subsequent liquidation of high end technology will be important.  Computer and physical security are important.  I think the personalities that will succeed in the long haul will be those not unlike bankers or accountants. "







so there is no way to verify if you are telling the truth and when you assume you make an ass out if you and me who knows what kind of coins you are mining(sha#x) sounds like you want to work on becoming a certified notary banker money grubber NYC;)



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRzBVv2CSE0



3  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Bitmit - Bitcoin shopping mall - Bitcoin market place - Bitcoin auction house on: July 04, 2013, 10:34:52 PM
I swear to god this shit is down like 50% of the time.


it's this piker right here wow i scrolled up didn't see him before NYC;)




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-KDrnCYztmg


4  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Bitmit - Bitcoin shopping mall - Bitcoin market place - Bitcoin auction house on: July 04, 2013, 10:25:20 PM
Hello Bitcoin community,

Let us all together smaller the need of exchanging Bitcoins to a conventional currency. Send your coins on a journey and use them for what they are originally thought.



http://bitmit.net/en/

Only items from USA: http://bitmit.net/en/soonending/?&f_cfrom=US&f_save=1
Only items from Canada: http://bitmit.net/en/soonending/?&f_cfrom=CA&f_save=1

- Buy now and/or auction
- Couple price to over 30 currencies
- Auctions in fiat currency -> Automatic conversion to Bitcoin on auction end
- Worldwide
- Escrow
- ID verification
- Shopping cart
- Referral program
- Country filter
- CSV item import/export


cheers

tosaki

****LIVE REPORT 7/4/2013 ====>


https://www.bitmit.net/en/user/benten23

^^^^^^^^^^^hacker extraordinaire using your http://bitmit.net/en/ site to launch attacks NYC;)
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How did Satoshi Program for Incentive to Spend? on: July 04, 2013, 07:20:54 PM
" I am in Calif.  Not sure why that matters here on the interwebs. "


" They alleged in the case that it could confuse people into thinking that they were looking at a US quarter or other current money of the US. "




got pics ? ok last time i checked California was still connected to The United States of America are those coins you are selling produced here. Would that not make them a form of money of the U.S. NYC;)




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUNe_023rPg
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: WARNING! Bitcoin will soon block small transaction outputs on: July 04, 2013, 06:44:48 PM
I'm curious about a particular situation involving change values.

Say I have a wallet with 2 addresses.
Each address has received 1BTC, for a total of 2BTC in the wallet.

Say I then want to send 1.999999 to someone.  

As I understand it (and correct me if I'm wrong here, looking to learn, not to pick fights), I would end up sending the full 2BTC, and then receive the change back.
Now, I know I'm not including the transaction fee in this scenario.  This is really just a thought exercise with regard to the handling of tiny change values.

Would the transaction be blocked because 1.999999 went to one address, but a tiny amount 0.000001 was also in there?  
For the sake of consideration, assume the transaction fee is included in that 1.999999, so that amount paid + tx fee results in the tiny change.

How is this handled?


would that now take twice as many confirmations=approximately doubling the amount of computational power NYC;)



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3iyDQQb2ses
7  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Bitcoin is Dead on: July 04, 2013, 06:15:47 PM
Are you just spamming?
i'm promoting bitcoin everywhere i go ...

Why preach to the choir?   Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves Grin


we need to unite against ignorance, stupidity and censorship in all of it's forms, blockchain "mystery dust" coup yes i said it, has to start somewhere welcome home we are here for the long haul btcfamily NYC;)



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uy_2MR0F1dg
8  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Bitcoin is Dead on: July 04, 2013, 05:50:07 PM
Are you just spamming?


i'm promoting bitcoin everywhere i go i say bitcoin should be for everyone not just the criminal elite and computer scientists  NYC;)




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oD63-EJW5Y
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Bitcoin decimal issue on: July 04, 2013, 05:43:11 PM
But I think, these are technicalities, not a fundamental issue.
It is fundamental -not technicalities. Read my op. And try to get it this time.

This is certainly true, but in practice, this process can be expected to be rough, not smooth, and will create a lot of adaptation issues, for which we (Bitcoin users community) don't have a working solution to deploy.

So "you" (Bitcoin user's community) don't have a solution? Really? What if "we" have? - but don't want to deploy it, because that would turn bitcoin into a currency instead of a commodity, and vaporize our get-rich-scheeme.




yeah boy this is how it goes gown in the real world i say pull certs and flush out the bad actors give bitcoin back to the user base, what i find amazing is for bitcoin being an open sourced project that censorship is over the top in this neck of the woods NYC;)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tlhvFusnPI


10  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Bitcoin related sites you wish existed? on: July 04, 2013, 05:35:39 PM
Bitcoin sports and prop betting.


why do you think the Wall Street big boys insiders don't like that at all  NYC;)
11  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: [RFC] Multi-winner auction rules on: July 04, 2013, 05:14:57 PM
I have attended real life auctions for decades, and I was working on an online auction environment in the early 90s, and gave it up to concentrate on my degree.  I felt frustrated when eBay exploded and I was on the sideline.

I have now run an auction in the bitcoin environment.  I have interacted with real people, real concerns, and real deviations from instructions.

There are many flavors of auction, and of course there are different rule packets for each one.  The Rule Packet #1 that i have drafted covers 1 one these scenarios.

Please feel free to comment on this.  I have the view that it is preliminary guidance to make an auction-client.




just wondering do you even hold any bitcoins(if so what address) or did you cash out during the peak of the pump and dump? NYC;)




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRrR5Uot3DA
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: WARNING! Bitcoin will soon block small transaction outputs on: July 04, 2013, 05:06:51 PM
"My initial impression is that you have not done your background reading that any journalist is expected to do.
You are using language that I have not seen anywhere else, i.e., you are making up sensationalistic jargon of your own. "



yes it's called being a writer, if you like read this : http://rc3.org/2009/07/30/stealing-a-penny-from-every-transaction/


i'm part of the bitcoin foundation network and i've been invited to attend the upcoming NYC event on July 30th so i'm digging in deep here NYC;)
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: WARNING! Bitcoin will soon block small transaction outputs on: July 04, 2013, 04:25:37 PM
gm Eri:
please read the bitcoin on two computers thread-> it explains how bitcoins can be destroyed.
Bitcoin is still in the early development stage and there is pressure from guv officials and others who want to create more backdoors to the software. This is what i mean about making the rules up as you go along.
Bitcoin is being pitched to Wall Street as some kind of established dirty commodity.
I've been surfing on the internet since 1995, and have several family members who worked for ibm so i know a little about computer stuff.
Hoarding / satoshi mystery blocks held by insiders does not settle well with me at all , bitcoin needs to be more spread out for it to be embraced by the masses.
Bitcoin technical discussions do remind me of rocket scientists' banter.
Call it what you will the fact is the United States created TOR which is where most bitcoins are used for illegal items and services : child exploitation, hacking, hitman / swat service etc etc.  
I'd like to see some evidence that those "ghost" coins that haven't moved in awhile are because people are saving them or forgot about them etc. I suspect some of them are actually held by online "monsters" and were generated when bitcoin was considered only a "game token".
Nobody i am aware of even wants fees, they use bitcoin because they yearn to be FREE.

Don't get m.a.d. get glad, don't get angry get prepared for your argument NYC;)




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7Gr1DwvTvI



14  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Bitcoin is Dead on: July 04, 2013, 03:29:56 PM
decentralization is not the utilitarian value of Bitcoin, it's a side-effect of its utility, though. No, the utilitarian value of Bitcoin is in everyone having enough to support a market for goods and services (we'll ignore legality of any particular good or service for the moment, but that is important as well). Their value is in if there are people willing to take them for goods and services. If neither condition exists, it doesn't matter if they are decentralized or not, they completely lose their utility and hence, their value.





even though i live on this side of the pond i implement my own business based on common sense i.e. common law, i think the idea of developing bitcoin based on common law fundamentals is what's up NYC;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-oySaDJHoI

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Edan Yago discusses The World's First Cryptocurrency-based Political Zone
@ Bitcoin 2013 Conference in San Jose, CA, May 19, 2013, hosted by the Bitcoin Foundation.

 
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: WARNING! Bitcoin will soon block small transaction outputs on: July 04, 2013, 09:35:00 AM
I am a stock market writer invited to attend the upcoming July 30th event in NYC;)

Honestly that will be a waste of time...

Where in the world do these "dust" "ghost" "dead" type coins go ?

Dust is added to fees when your trying to spend your coins. So basically they are just to help miners become richer.

no i'm talking about so called "train wreck" type coins produced with syncing backup key issues that vanish into the matrix, and huge numbers of "mystery blocks" that were created years ago and have not been touched for years NYC;)



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQvXLX85z5w
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How did Satoshi Program for Incentive to Spend? on: July 04, 2013, 08:30:31 AM

you must be doing something right where in the workd are you located and what is a "new" dollar i've never heard of that NYC;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6Sawj0HyF0
At the moment, I am in Calif.  Not sure why that matters here on the interwebs.

Some New Yorkers have heard of it.  David Ganz, Richard Timberlake, Nathan Lewis, Steve Forbes are New Yorkers who have all written about LD and are aware of NLD.  Though admittedly we keep a much lower profile than the original.

If you never heard of Liberty Dollar, it was one of Satoshi's inspirations.  "New" Liberty Dollar is the successor due to the fact that the Liberty Dollar founder is currently fighting off the US Government's false accusations in their attempt to maintain a monopoly on money.  He may spend the rest of his life in court as a professional defendant, but I hope he outlives their onslaught.  NLD kept as much of the original as legally possible, dropped all the politics, and set up shop.  Consequently "New Liberty Dollars" are OK to sell on eBay, and original "Liberty Dollars" aren't (yet).



don't get me wrong i have rolex spoons i'd trade for bitcoins all day , i just see from your site your coins say: 50 "NEW DOLLARS" spot price for silver is nowhare near $50 and whats wrong with the old dollars what happened to: In God WE Trust? NYC;)
17  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Havelock Investments - My Experience on: July 04, 2013, 08:20:22 AM
We are currently experiencing a massive DDOS and working with our provider to mitigate.
Follow @canadianbitcoins for updates via twitter. This was posted to twitter within minutes of the problem beginning. Sorry we don't monitor every bitcointalk thread when in the middle of trying to fix the problem.

No ETA as of yet.


zzz you guys still don't have any idea do you hint: much of the distrust stems from a certain paid promoter from the otc world who operated gambling sites using bitcoins i just happened to stumble across a very familiar name when i was looking over the bitcointalk user list. Look carefully in the gambling section and you will find your guy he's one of the highest paid promoters in the world ~happy4th! NYC;)
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: WARNING! Bitcoin will soon block small transaction outputs on: July 04, 2013, 07:59:36 AM
I am a stock market writer invited to attend the upcoming July 30th event in NYC;)

Honestly that will be a waste of time...

Where in the world do these "dust" "ghost" "dead" type coins go ?

Dust is added to fees when your trying to spend your coins. So basically they are just to help miners become richer.


fees to who i don't don't see anything trickling down to the bitcoin community only iron handed censorship to perpetuate a false market for bitcoin money changers and fake ASIC companies NYC;)



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=soWEZ6ZseAQ
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: WARNING! Bitcoin will soon block small transaction outputs on: July 04, 2013, 07:47:38 AM
I am a stock market writer invited to attend the upcoming July 30th event in NYC;)

i have a few questions that have gone dusty can anyone help me? :


Where in the world do these "dust" "ghost" "dead" type coins go ?
i wonder to what degree physical bitcoins(coupons) could effect the overall market in the future, and if similiar attempts will be made to control their denominations bitcoin investors are confused by whats going on here, bitcoin appears to be purely speculative and the price reacts as if it's being manipulated be a very small group of insiders who hold the majority of the coins
Acting as a money transmitter shifts the whole concept of bitoin being defined as an anonymous medium of exchange, all of this sounds very complex and experimental watching you guys make the rules up as you go along, where do these large mystery blocks and numbers of "error" coins go when they evaporate? We know insiders have been dumping and shorting crashing the price
What is the story about these early created "mystery blocks" can we come out with a dead mystery bitcoin sniffer, someone will prolly come out with a new improved ghost block cracker and call it ghostbusters' zombie miner NYC;)



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQvXLX85z5w




20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How did Satoshi Program for Incentive to Spend? on: July 04, 2013, 06:59:23 AM
What are you selling?  I get sales in Bitcoin.  For selling bullion online, Bitcoin is a great advance.
I already have to use non-reversible transactions, so without it my market is limited to where we have a bank in common, or else have expensive wire transfers.
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you must be doing something right where in the workd are you located and what is a "new" dollar i've never heard of that NYC;)



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6Sawj0HyF0

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