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2941  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What does the bible say about Bitcoin? on: November 30, 2013, 10:06:36 PM
The Bible says nothing about Bitcoin. It would be a hell of a lot more impressive if it did.


LOL nothing in this thread will ever top this.

I had a vision from above, hence the crosspost. One could say that Satoshi works in mysterious ways.
2942  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What does the bible say about Bitcoin? on: November 30, 2013, 10:05:50 PM
nobody cares about your bronze age redeemer cult

No so fast there, jojo.

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Matthew 25:31-46

“When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, then he will sit on his glorious throne. Before him will be gathered all the nations, and he will separate people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats. And he will place the sheep on his right, but the goats on the left. Then the King will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me, ...
2943  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Hijacking banknotes to create BTC notes and BTC banks on: November 30, 2013, 02:46:04 PM
Exactly what I thought upon reading the title of this thread. But, how do you go about making change when an item is not priced at exactly one bitcoin via a registered US dollar serial number?
2944  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Do you also root for human disasters in near future so bitcoin price will rise? on: November 30, 2013, 02:41:47 PM
I think most fiat currencys will inflate like hell and alot of people will lose their work and get very poor. I guess that will happen. I dont want that, but i cant change that. I have to be prepared for that case. If others are to lazy and only watch football and silly Tv shows, thats their problem. Time will tell but so far, iam pretty satisfied with the solutions i made.

You forgot to mention playing with their xBox games they got at a discount at Walmart on Black Thursday/Friday. Next year, they'll be able to purchase same during Grey Wednesday or Tan Tuesday. I think we're still a few years out of having a Maroon Monday.
2945  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Mega Thread that Feeds People in Need (1M72Sfpbz1BPpXFHz9m3CdqATR44Jvaydd) on: November 30, 2013, 01:25:49 PM

Thanks to Tirapon's wonderful donation, I'm forced to do math first thing in the morning prior to sipping my first cup of coffee. [2048] + [35] = [2083] (somebody check my work)

~TMIBTCITW
2946  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Mega Thread that Feeds People in Need (1M72Sfpbz1BPpXFHz9m3CdqATR44Jvaydd) on: November 30, 2013, 07:12:43 AM
For what it's worth, down the road some man, woman or child you'll never meet will be thanking you for their $1.25 meal while you're setting in your favorite chair with a full bully playing a $50 game on an XBox.

while you're setting in your favorite chair with a full bully playing a $50 game on an XBox.

your favorite chair with a full bully

a full bully



Not to shelf: Ever, never tipe "bull felly" whale tyred?
2947  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Need to educate, time to sell bitcoins by the bit? (0.00000001) on: November 30, 2013, 07:07:39 AM

This satoshi is killin' me!
2948  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Need to educate, time to sell bitcoins by the bit? (0.00000001) on: November 30, 2013, 06:42:25 AM
Why aren't we selling bitcoins by the bit yet?

Do you have to have 1.0 btc to "have bitcoins"? NO. You just need a bit!

Need a bit?

Got a bit?

Yeah I bought a bit for $1 each.

What?

A "bit" is already in use, a dictionary word in fact, and has been for decades.

We are trying  to educate people not confuse them. Conversation would be:

I've just bought a bit.
A bit of what?
No ... a bit.
You mean 1/8 of a byte???
No .... 0.00000001 of a bitcoin
How much of a bitcoin is that?
0.00000001
Sorry??

etc.
etc.

Smiley

Ain't ain't in the dictionary. (oh wait it is)

Words get removed added and changed all the time.

People understand bits of gold, and they will catch on to bits of bitcoin.

Regardless I still call 0.00000001 a bit.

And I always will.



"Bit" already has 2 meanings at least ....... and you want to add a third. Way to go.

By the way, its already got a name. A Satoshi.

I'm so grateful to the inventor of bitcoin, he's (they've) brought so much good into this world.

...but that's a shit name for 0.00000001.

It's too many syllables.

Calling them Sats or Naks would roll off the tongue easier.



And the better it rolls off the tongue, the better the songs will be, i.e. ...



Genesis. Now where have I heard that word before?
2949  Economy / Securities / Re: [IPVO] [Multiple Exchanges] Neo & Bee - LMB Holdings on: November 30, 2013, 06:13:29 AM
Is there an Andreas Andreou affiliated with Neo & Bee?
2950  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: COINTERRA IS REAL -> NO SCAM!!! on: November 30, 2013, 05:34:34 AM
Is the following info accurate?

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COINTERRA, INC.
11130 JOLLYVILLE RD.
SUITE 303
AUSTIN, TX 78759
512-270-6050

Or will I be visiting these folks?

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Platinum Travel Network Inc.
Phone: (512) 342-2740
11130 Jollyville Rd Ste 303, Austin, TX 78759
http://www.ptntravels.com

Or will I get lucky and see both?

http://www.creators.com/lifestylefeatures/creators-classics/around-world-jennifer-merin/finding-a-travel-companion.html#comment80425

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Hello Sir/Madam,
I am Mr. Ravi Iyengar aged 48 Years male. We are a professional travel companion services operating from/to India which is chargeable. I can speak Hindi, English, Tamil, & Bengali . Should you require our services you can contact us at 0091-9903260704 or mail us at raviyengar@hotmail.com

They are well-mannered, socially adept and intelligent gentlemen. Our commitment is to always provide our clients with the best escorts and the best possible service, ensuring a refreshing experience with complete discretion.
Many people want or need to travel by air but are reluctant to go alone or simply need some help along the way. Seniors, children, persons with disabilities, persons with flying anxiety – each person needs a different level of travel assistance. Whether you need wheelchair and bathroom assistance or simply the reassurance of having a travel companion during the trip, Flying Companions can help.
Flying Companions is your answer. Our travel companions accompany you on your trip and provide travel assistance every step of the way to make your trip comfortable and stress-free from start to finish.
Thanks
Ravi

there could be a more than a dozen+ Ravi Iyengar's in India. Just like John Smith and Patty Smith and Tom Dickinson etc...

But what are the odds of two Ravi's using the same office space, one into Bitcoin and one a travel agent?
2951  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: COINTERRA IS REAL -> NO SCAM!!! on: November 30, 2013, 04:25:03 AM
Is the following info accurate?

Quote
COINTERRA, INC.
11130 JOLLYVILLE RD.
SUITE 303
AUSTIN, TX 78759
512-270-6050

Or will I be visiting these folks?

Quote
Platinum Travel Network Inc.
Phone: (512) 342-2740
11130 Jollyville Rd Ste 303, Austin, TX 78759
http://www.ptntravels.com

Or will I get lucky and see both?

http://www.creators.com/lifestylefeatures/creators-classics/around-world-jennifer-merin/finding-a-travel-companion.html#comment80425

Quote
Hello Sir/Madam,
I am Mr. Ravi Iyengar aged 48 Years male. We are a professional travel companion services operating from/to India which is chargeable. I can speak Hindi, English, Tamil, & Bengali . Should you require our services you can contact us at 0091-9903260704 or mail us at raviyengar@hotmail.com

They are well-mannered, socially adept and intelligent gentlemen. Our commitment is to always provide our clients with the best escorts and the best possible service, ensuring a refreshing experience with complete discretion.
Many people want or need to travel by air but are reluctant to go alone or simply need some help along the way. Seniors, children, persons with disabilities, persons with flying anxiety – each person needs a different level of travel assistance. Whether you need wheelchair and bathroom assistance or simply the reassurance of having a travel companion during the trip, Flying Companions can help.
Flying Companions is your answer. Our travel companions accompany you on your trip and provide travel assistance every step of the way to make your trip comfortable and stress-free from start to finish.
Thanks
Ravi
2952  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: COINTERRA IS REAL -> NO SCAM!!! on: November 30, 2013, 03:57:33 AM
Austin is not very far from me. I'm almost tempted to make an appointment and take a drive myself... Hmm.

Well, golly gee! Austin, eh? It just so happens I'm heading in that direction on the way to Las Vegas next week, once I leave Pensacola, FL, after finishing up my obligations with Thanksgiving at Satoshi Forest. I was hoping to meetup up with Atlas, thereabouts, but this side trip off I-10 is right up my alley.

Somebody give me an address and I will definitely show up there. Full disclosure, it'll all be on my dime, accepting no gifts of any kind, albeit I may partake of some colored, flavored beverage to quench any thirst I may develop while on site, but that is all.

If I'm not mistaken, I believe edd of Bitcoin 100 lives in that neck of the woods, of which I desire to meet in person and buy him dinner.

All of the above I would love to include in my Road Trip thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=346861.0
2953  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Cracking the Code on: November 30, 2013, 02:25:02 AM
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If I understand correctly, this is important for example because your public address is not revealed until you spend from it.

How many freshly created public addresses that have yet to be funded and linked to is needed to negate the above?
2954  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Need to educate, time to sell bitcoins by the bit? (0.00000001) on: November 30, 2013, 02:12:27 AM
Why aren't we selling bitcoins by the bit yet?

Do you have to have 1.0 btc to "have bitcoins"? NO. You just need a bit!

Need a bit?

Got a bit?

Yeah I bought a bit for $1 each.

What?

A "bit" is already in use, a dictionary word in fact, and has been for decades.

We are trying  to educate people not confuse them. Conversation would be:

I've just bought a bit.
A bit of what?
No ... a bit.
You mean 1/8 of a byte???
No .... 0.00000001 of a bitcoin
How much of a bitcoin is that?
0.00000001
Sorry??

etc.
etc.

Smiley

Ain't ain't in the dictionary. (oh wait it is)

Words get removed added and changed all the time.

People understand bits of gold, and they will catch on to bits of bitcoin.

Regardless I still call 0.00000001 a bit.

And I always will.



"Bit" already has 2 meanings at least ....... and you want to add a third. Way to go.

By the way, its already got a name. A Satoshi.

What's a satoshi? in 5...4...3.14159265...3...10...bit...

Regardless, I still call 0.0000001 BTC a nakro.
2955  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: Goldentowns - I'll pay you to play, and, no, I will not scam you. More inside... on: November 30, 2013, 02:00:11 AM
2956  Economy / Games and rounds / Re: The Great Bitfie Giveaway: 1 lucky winner WILL win entire wallet. Seeded w/$100. on: November 30, 2013, 01:51:31 AM
https://blockchain.info/address/1B1TF1E6ohQkkbPmRLwnuHUhtxb8Up6Fde

The current prize pool is $194.11.

~TMIBTCITW
2957  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Reply from Wikipedia: "Currently 'monitoring bitcoin with interest'" on: November 30, 2013, 12:45:25 AM
I would throw the email in the trash only for that reason...

I bet you a donut that I'll at least get an auto-reply.
2958  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Reply from Wikipedia: "Currently 'monitoring bitcoin with interest'" on: November 30, 2013, 12:41:58 AM
Bruno Kucinskas a.k.a. The Most Interesting Bitcoiner in the World
(facepalm)

Dude, I only did that so that they will take me seriously. Seriously! I didn't want to use the following sig for obvious reasons.

~TMIBTCITW
2959  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Reply from Wikipedia: "Currently 'monitoring bitcoin with interest'" on: November 30, 2013, 12:38:26 AM
Time for me to send Wikipedia an email:

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$1,000 USD Bitcoin Donation to Wikipedia

I'm well aware that others before I have written you fine folks about accepting bitcoins as one of your donation options. I fully expect to receive the same auto-response reply they have gotten in the pass.

But, since I represent Bitcoin 100, I want to declare that once Wikipedia starts accepting bitcoin donations, Bitcoin 100 will send a $1,000 USD donation in BTC to any Bitcoin wallet address provided under your control, predicated that funds are still available, of which currently we have $163,475.59 in our coffer as seen here: https://blockchain.info/address/1BTC1oo1J3MEt5SFj74ZBcF2Mk97Aah4ac

If or when a decision is made for Wikipedia to start accepting donations in bitcoins, please consider using Bitpay (https://bitpay.com/) as your payment provider, whereupon you'll never incur a processing fee.

I'm from Sandwich, Illinois, currently in Pensacola, FL, to help a Bitcoin-accepting NPO, Sean's Outpost, with their Thanksgiving at Satoshi Forest endeavor to feed the homeless. Once I leave here, I'm heading to a two-day Las Vegas conference to raise a million dollars via strictly bitcoins for the Typhoon Haiyan Relief Fund.

As you're well aware, Bitcoin is now a force to reckon with and, sooner or later, the major NPOs and NGOs worldwide will be accepting bitcoins to not only increase their fund raising drive efforts, but lower their cost as well when doing such.

Allow me to share with you something I found on the internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technology_adoption_lifecycle. Clearly, Wikipedia can be an "Early Adopter" or a "Laggard". It's your call, but we at Bitcoin 100, along with the Bitcoin community, hope you wisely choose the former and lead the way for all other NPOs/NGOs to follow in your footsteps, oppose to you wise folks following in some other's.

Sincerely,

Bruno Kucinskas a.k.a. The Most Interesting Bitcoiner in the World

815-508-1668
2960  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Reply from Wikipedia: "Currently 'monitoring bitcoin with interest'" on: November 30, 2013, 12:35:38 AM


Hi. I am Mr Wikipedia and can proudly announce that we now accept cryptocurrencies!

To donate, please send coins to the following addresses:

Bitcoin: 1BxtA9j2qD9KZKnrihiuB7YmZT8rr6Rimh
Litecoins to: LeGwkGcgB8piPgsLB4hiHoGHytGzVo57Tj
Feathercoins to: 6jMX3vHgmm43Z9Scg9ZeP7ixryk1f9cQum
Infinitecoins to: iPkMVrrPyh5MTqYLvU19mYYEyfYP3i92Tb

Thanks  Grin.

Wow! Finally! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=352479.new

BTW, I didn't know Jimmy Wales was a Scientologist. Can't wait to see him on Oprah.

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