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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: US Congressman Warren Davidson on the subject of green energy and Tesla on: June 02, 2021, 01:44:12 PM
all energy is green
2  Other / Ivory Tower / Re: Can you prove Randomness? on: June 02, 2021, 01:41:11 PM
randomness is the lack of knowledge of how the end result was achieved.

true randomness is where even with backward engineering/pattern recognition/brute force. no one can replicate the method within their lifetime to get the result.

so again
my first number: 9472957392
if you can tell me what my next number, then you have proved randomness does not exist.
if you cant answer. then no point even suggesting randomness does not exist

i hope someone else can see the logic in this post  Cheesy
3  Other / Ivory Tower / Re: Choluteca Bridge - A metaphor for what can happen to us, our carrer and future on: June 02, 2021, 01:36:30 PM
always watching always everywhere
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Mining Made in China on: February 20, 2021, 09:09:53 AM
Their stealing govt infrastructure and energy generation

For a private investment. They will need to upgrade or build

A new dam soon
5  Bitcoin / Hardware wallets / Re: Safepal Vs Ledger Nano S : Which is better on: February 20, 2021, 09:07:14 AM
Post the code n hardware specs n I can tell u
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Remember today's date 19th Feb, 2021. BTC crossed $1 trillion marketcap on: February 20, 2021, 08:51:16 AM
The position of bitcoin as SOV has grown with massive adoption and confidence from holders. We keep seeing large acquisition from more wealthy names and individuals. We expect as the marketcap crosses trillion we should see other coins join in that size of figure in the year. This size of fund attracts countries and capitalists around the world to take position like their counterparts before they miss out.

I get caught up in the spin stories a bit myself

One thing that is pushing the price up is energy costs

The economic feedback loop from power generation and

usage is probably the biggest price pushing point

rather than adoption, Ive not dwelled on it much tho

the power consumption running costs seem much higher

than the coin block reward.

Just holding a token dosnt make it increase in value.

Now if the energy economic feedback loop is combined with asset management

transfers in an energy blockchain hash strategy integration fashion

it cud be manageable and also prevent the risks associated with

exchange coin flooding the market, atm I think KYC laws have slowed

to some extent the liquidation of coin once everyone attains these

blcoks it will no longer be a workable strategy

7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Australian law could make internet ‘unworkable’, says World Wide Web inventor on: February 20, 2021, 08:38:16 AM
Stopping plagiarism will not make the internet unworkable how ridiculous

Facebook was littered with millions of fake faucets and scam ads n that

didn’t break this internet

Can we get a bit of clarity on the topic title

IP ping adresses and data transfer will not stop working with

Facebook having to pay for content it did not create if it wants to

use it on its platform

Hydroogen u cud come up with some better stories

Instead of trying to protect tech giants with an

already established mega monopoly

atm who ever supplies power to internet nods and communications systems

in Australia most likely a large part is govt, they deserve tax money and

the media is claiming a lot of generated news data content is going unpaid

the big telcos would also see this in data usage

Facebook cannot keep taking data charges and expect to be basically

stealing money that is traceable

[moderator's note: consecutive posts merged]
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Remember today's date 19th Feb, 2021. BTC crossed $1 trillion marketcap on: February 20, 2021, 08:33:44 AM
If it becomes the reserve currency all the big hedge funds n asset managers

like state street will buy it up if that does eventually happen the market cap

will go too $200 Trillion and potentially even more if the derivatives market

 becomes part of the cap too
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Remember today's date 19th Feb, 2021. BTC crossed $1 trillion marketcap on: February 20, 2021, 08:30:41 AM
Started with a Dollar and turned it into 1 Trillion Cheesy
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Square CEO Jack Dorsey says Bitcoin holds the keys to security on: September 27, 2020, 02:40:15 PM
bitcoins now a stable coin

its the other coins particularly

worthless ones that will propel

the digital coin sphere forward

as they grow in value multiplying

earnings 1000x
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Bitcoin Experiment: A documentary about how real world is on a death spiral on: September 27, 2020, 02:37:20 PM
anyone earning fiat honestly and working hard

becomes the victim and enters a death spiral

just look around at all the functional retards

how in gods name did they ever earn anything

without resorting to phsycophant behaviour

they talk normal sound normal bud you even

go close to hurting their feelings or stepping

on their toes an yeah, u might aswell club them first

either play the system or get played, also dont

underestimate the advantages of the govt

system using their own tactics to propel

cryptocurrency systems to new heights

with the advantage of only deflation in

asset prices to your holdings

12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bill to recognize Bitcoin as a currency in Isreal on: September 27, 2020, 02:28:27 PM
not much capital gains recently so wats the point

bitcoin is finished, its regulated crypto that will take over

regulation has tremendous advantages and also

leads to deregulation which is an even more advanced

economic cycle after regulation
13  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Not your keys, not your Crypto Kucoin Hacked! $150m Stolen. on: September 27, 2020, 02:20:34 PM
crypto is mainstream banking technology now

cant see a future in anything that isnt kyc and also govt approved

you need to be in a coin like electroneum

with an actual decent coin amount in the billions

and proper decimal places xD

erc tokens are garbage

dont go using an exchange outside ur own country

get an airtight insurance policy ie loyds

hold some of your own funds in ur own wallet

make sure you have friends and family also invested

shud one or more of you get hacked

then the others can bail you out help you recapitalise

doing anything other than wat ive learned

is caveat emptor

14  Economy / Speculation / Re: Are you ready for the Halving ??? Not that Halving, the PRICE Halving of Bitcoin on: March 19, 2020, 10:46:08 AM
bitcoin price in USD aint that much different from the DJIA value and might actually be even closer soon  Cheesy
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is never going to be extinct on: November 01, 2019, 05:56:19 AM
Bitcoin is never going to be extinct
I believe its consensus will be higher and higher in the future.

It is not certain if bitcoin will be here for a lifetime. There is still a tendency that it will be replaced by a much more better currency. Just like the fiat currency that we wanted to be replaced with cryptocurrency, bitcoin will also come to a point that people will be tired by it and create much more better currency. But this event will be no happening within a decade starting today since I believe bitcoin will reach the point of being mainstreamed and will be accepted by all countries. But far off in the future everything has a limit and an end and bitcoin is included.

it took forever to get to this point n ur argument was extinct well before that
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Let's Build THE Community on: November 01, 2019, 02:49:22 AM
Regarding your first manifest, there are some people who run their full nodes on at-home computers. I think that offers the best decentralization + privacy, security and complete, sole control of the node. You don't know who's watching your "cloud node". I'm wondering if there is anyway we can see the number of self-hosted nodes vs the ones hosted in the cloud.

Furthermore I think we should find a way to incentivise solely the full node running. Most people who run Bitcoin full nodes are also miners, thus making the full nodes in a relative degree centralized. But how could we incentivise people to do so? - that's my question for the community

websites like bitnodes list a few nodes ~10k and its easy to search out if their 'network' is amazon or other remote service,%20Inc.
out of 9450 at time of writing over 1000 are using hetzner and 800 are using amazon

full node users are not 'miners' a miner is a separate device that is called an ASIC and an asic connects to a pool the individual who has a ASIC in their house gains nothing from 'solo mining' from his own node but does gain something from syndicating with others in a pool where the pool manager has a full node and manages which asic gets which work

Meritless and a year behind me registering a user account xD
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 22M btc transacted today on: August 22, 2019, 11:38:38 AM
whales? nah...
exchanges swapping and cutting up their cold/hotwallets.. yep

for newbies:
the stats do not mean that all coins in circulation are in play and all moved. it means that exchanges do as the example below shows

exchange 10,000btc -> exchange 9,999
                              -> user 1btc
exchange 9,999btc -> exchange 9,998
                              -> user 1btc

transactions like this does not represent on the stats as just 1btc moving per tx. but 10,000 per tx, meaning the example shows 19,999 moved. even though the exchange has only handed out 2btc.
exchanges do this all the time. use large hoards of funds to pay out to smaller amounts, then keep the 'change' and repeat multiple times a day. sometimes doing this even in the same block. without even having any script/code to plan out a proper spending protocol of one tx per block of multiple outputs in one go

take this example
it shows one user has ~37btc. and instead of spending that 37btc once. it spend it and gets back 36.93.. then spends again and gets back 36.90 then spends again and gets back 36.79 ALL IN THE SAME BLOCK..
silly devs allow spending of non confirmed tx's to be put in blocks. devs actually allow spam like tis to occur.

nodes/wallets should be set to only use confirmed tx's as the input. but the crappy RBF feature has made that safety check of only spending confirmed funds unachievable

rant over

creating new wallet storage every time a bitcoin is moved for the remaining amount, the wallets are created completely offline and unused, however the wallet private key that the spend was made from has propagated through the network and could potentially be hacked,
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: First Cryptocurrency? on: July 23, 2019, 06:44:02 AM
At one stage someone was spamming the frontpage with a youtube video and links claiming it was developed in the 60's or some early time like that

it was fairly obvious i think to tell it was fake tho they made a decent attempt at it, these types of people have been very professional and successful

at stealing peoples ideas and intellectual property by making them think that something they have thought up was already around or developed

e-gold was never consider a type of crypto currency and hash cash was generally considered the first crypto-type currency in the early days of this forum,
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: Binance Site Layout Suddenly Changed? on: July 01, 2019, 11:08:00 PM
hope ur not geting phished dude
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Will You Advise Newbies To Enter Bitcoin Now? on: May 29, 2019, 03:28:55 PM
Try not to cash out your Bitcoin, buy real world things u need with it, this

will act as a fundamental support mechanism to the price,
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