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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: How would you convince a newbie to use BTC? on: March 30, 2015, 10:07:23 AM
The best way to introduce bitcoin to a newbie is to setup a wallet on their phone and send them some btc over a meal. You cannot convince anyone to use bitcoin without them having some bitcoin to play around with.

This. Set a wallet up for them on blockchain.info and send them $20 in BTC, not 10 cents.
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bill Gates 3 problems with BTC on: February 02, 2015, 02:52:38 PM
At least he's not toting it as a ponzi scheme with fake magic money...

He's saying it fuels the terrorist economy. Much better?
3  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 21, 2015, 04:09:13 PM
...

I still read your main account, you put quite a bit of effort into that one, but your alts go on ignore Smiley

you turned to a delusional cultist.... but hey who knows, maybe I am the delusional one here, we will see about it later.


Aww, second time you accuse me of becoming a "cultist". You'll note that there are no "$10k coin in summer" predictions coming from me.

But when the retardo troll crowd tries to spin another major investment by the legacy finance world as further signs that crypto is doomed... well, it's getting a bit transparent.

This is what I am trying to say, Bitcoin is fine for now, in fact it is doing better than anytime before...but Bitcoin price is really not OK,  the soonest this bubble burst the faster things can develop and normal growth can start again ( and we can get rid of these fucking trolls, both sides bears and bulls).... for now it is just painful, slow and boring bear market.

I agree, the sooner this bear bubble bursts the better.

As long as there is mining to prove bitcoin's work and the blockchain. There will be a 'bear bubble', I think there is a total of 3250 btc that needs to be sold daily for miners to return their electricity pay.

oh not again with this no-argument plz. big miners dont dump. or else they dump OTC. not on stamp or finex.

I'm sure some do, is there a lot of liquidity on OTC?

The OTC buyers must sell to someone. What if they dump on stamp or finex?

OTC buyers are usually the whales who manage to acquire thousands of BTC. Perhaps they hold.

Like the US marshals auction winners?

Well, they bought the majority from the auction itself but perhaps they continue to amass bitcoins through OTC, discretely.
4  Economy / Services / Re: [AMHash]Earn up to 0.1B a month[30 slots][Signature Changed] on: January 21, 2015, 04:04:46 PM
I got the payment, thank you.
5  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Need an Update Price for My Sales on: January 21, 2015, 04:03:07 PM
Use this: http://btc-priceimg.herokuapp.com/img/<price_in_usd>
6  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 21, 2015, 04:02:31 PM
...

I still read your main account, you put quite a bit of effort into that one, but your alts go on ignore Smiley

you turned to a delusional cultist.... but hey who knows, maybe I am the delusional one here, we will see about it later.


Aww, second time you accuse me of becoming a "cultist". You'll note that there are no "$10k coin in summer" predictions coming from me.

But when the retardo troll crowd tries to spin another major investment by the legacy finance world as further signs that crypto is doomed... well, it's getting a bit transparent.

This is what I am trying to say, Bitcoin is fine for now, in fact it is doing better than anytime before...but Bitcoin price is really not OK,  the soonest this bubble burst the faster things can develop and normal growth can start again ( and we can get rid of these fucking trolls, both sides bears and bulls).... for now it is just painful, slow and boring bear market.

I agree, the sooner this bear bubble bursts the better.

As long as there is mining to prove bitcoin's work and the blockchain. There will be a 'bear bubble', I think there is a total of 3250 btc that needs to be sold daily for miners to return their electricity pay.

oh not again with this no-argument plz. big miners dont dump. or else they dump OTC. not on stamp or finex.

I'm sure some do, is there a lot of liquidity on OTC?

The OTC buyers must sell to someone. What if they dump on stamp or finex?

OTC buyers are usually the whales who manage to acquire thousands of BTC. Perhaps they hold.
7  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 21, 2015, 03:53:07 PM
...

I still read your main account, you put quite a bit of effort into that one, but your alts go on ignore Smiley

you turned to a delusional cultist.... but hey who knows, maybe I am the delusional one here, we will see about it later.


Aww, second time you accuse me of becoming a "cultist". You'll note that there are no "$10k coin in summer" predictions coming from me.

But when the retardo troll crowd tries to spin another major investment by the legacy finance world as further signs that crypto is doomed... well, it's getting a bit transparent.

This is what I am trying to say, Bitcoin is fine for now, in fact it is doing better than anytime before...but Bitcoin price is really not OK,  the soonest this bubble burst the faster things can develop and normal growth can start again ( and we can get rid of these fucking trolls, both sides bears and bulls).... for now it is just painful, slow and boring bear market.

I agree, the sooner this bear bubble bursts the better.

As long as there is mining to prove bitcoin's work and the blockchain. There will be a 'bear bubble', I think there is a total of 3250 btc that needs to be sold daily for miners to return their electricity pay.

oh not again with this no-argument plz. big miners dont dump. or else they dump OTC. not on stamp or finex.

I'm sure some do, is there a lot of liquidity on OTC?
8  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 21, 2015, 03:52:10 PM
As long as there is mining to prove bitcoin's work and the blockchain. There will be a 'bear bubble', I think there is a total of 3250 btc that needs to be sold daily for miners to return their electricity pay.

That's $692,250 a day at current prices. 24hr volume is $17mil. Please research your statements.

It is easy to pump volume, a trade backwards and forwards at the current market price adds to volume. Do your research.
9  Economy / Services / Re: BitDice.me - Signature Campaign! [STARTED][ESCROWED] on: January 21, 2015, 03:17:25 PM
is there any slot available for sr.member?

The campaign is full currently looks like it.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What main reasons are there against tinting coins? on: January 21, 2015, 03:16:01 PM
I think Bitcoins will be well tinted at end. Since BTC community will kneel infront of banks and governments as long they will help with adoption. That si why i dont see Bitcoin will be main world currency on long run.

If bitcoin 'needs' banks and governments for adoption there is something wrong in my opinion.

Just like we don't need banks and government to love certain music, it should be your own choice.


They can and already do have a major influence on bitcoin, unfortunately.

We all have influence, whales even more.
But there is something wrong when we are dependent on them.

That's the issue with creating a decentralised currency in such a centralised economy.
11  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 21, 2015, 03:12:11 PM
...

I still read your main account, you put quite a bit of effort into that one, but your alts go on ignore Smiley

you turned to a delusional cultist.... but hey who knows, maybe I am the delusional one here, we will see about it later.


Aww, second time you accuse me of becoming a "cultist". You'll note that there are no "$10k coin in summer" predictions coming from me.

But when the retardo troll crowd tries to spin another major investment by the legacy finance world as further signs that crypto is doomed... well, it's getting a bit transparent.

This is what I am trying to say, Bitcoin is fine for now, in fact it is doing better than anytime before...but Bitcoin price is really not OK,  the soonest this bubble burst the faster things can develop and normal growth can start again ( and we can get rid of these fucking trolls, both sides bears and bulls).... for now it is just painful, slow and boring bear market.

I agree, the sooner this bear bubble bursts the better.

As long as there is mining to prove bitcoin's work and the blockchain. There will be a 'bear bubble', I think there is a total of 3250 btc that needs to be sold daily for miners to return their electricity pay.
12  Economy / Services / Re: [PrimeDice] (Staff Only) Earn Bitcoins Simply By Posting on: January 21, 2015, 03:04:48 PM
there are other campaigns around.

most stunna waits to open, more people will deband to other campaigns

You'd be better off joining another. Some pay just like Stunna used to, so no point waiting.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What main reasons are there against tinting coins? on: January 21, 2015, 03:02:16 PM
I think Bitcoins will be well tinted at end. Since BTC community will kneel infront of banks and governments as long they will help with adoption. That si why i dont see Bitcoin will be main world currency on long run.

If bitcoin 'needs' banks and governments for adoption there is something wrong in my opinion.

Just like we don't need banks and government to love certain music, it should be your own choice.


They can and already do have a major influence on bitcoin, unfortunately.
14  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 21, 2015, 03:01:34 PM
Our exchanges are run by amateurs and criminals and they are the biggest bottleneck in Bitcoin's valuation.

I agree, Bitcoin price in an open and transparent market should be at double or single digits by now.


bullshiat .. drug dealers selling drugs using bitcoin are dumbasses looking to get themselves and their clients busted.

any drug dealer stupid enough to use something that records every transaction in a ledger that is completely traceable deserves to be busted.

fiat cash is truly anonymous because there is no ledger and much more difficult to be traced.

at the end of the silk road trials we will learn that bitcoin has an ability to bust criminals and terrorists .


There you go, US $ IS THE CURRENCY MOST WIDELY USE FOR TRADING GUNS AND DRUGS

Look at it relatively, the percentage of US users using it for illegal purposes is (was) much lower than bitcoin's percentage of the same thing. Now of course this has changed slightly with the collapse of the silk road.

Until BTC reaches a decent market cap you cannot compare it in transactions with the US$ AT ALL

You can relatively. Of course it will be more realistic and reliable for data extrapolation once its market cap grows thats for sure.
15  Other / Meta / Re: Why did you delete my thread? on: January 21, 2015, 03:00:46 PM
just get it: you are discriminated for not hailing bitcoin like a good sheep does

This is complete nonsense..
16  Economy / Lending / Re: [Open] 6.4 BTC loan, collateral/escrow, monthly interest, ~5 months. on: January 21, 2015, 02:59:30 PM
Did you got full amount? I can give you 0.4-0.7BTC interest-free loan. Collateral needed! I can accept any established altcoins or any other. You can escrow the collateral, if you don't trust me!

P.S. Any way to reduce the term lenght?

   ~~MZ~~

If you check meta, he was banned Shocked
17  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 21, 2015, 02:58:19 PM
Our exchanges are run by amateurs and criminals and they are the biggest bottleneck in Bitcoin's valuation.

I agree, Bitcoin price in an open and transparent market should be at double or single digits by now.


bullshiat .. drug dealers selling drugs using bitcoin are dumbasses looking to get themselves and their clients busted.

any drug dealer stupid enough to use something that records every transaction in a ledger that is completely traceable deserves to be busted.

fiat cash is truly anonymous because there is no ledger and much more difficult to be traced.

at the end of the silk road trials we will learn that bitcoin has an ability to bust criminals and terrorists .


There you go, US $ IS THE CURRENCY MOST WIDELY USE FOR TRADING GUNS AND DRUGS

Look at it relatively, the percentage of US users using it for illegal purposes is (was) much lower than bitcoin's percentage of the same thing. Now of course this has changed slightly with the collapse of the silk road.
18  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 21, 2015, 02:54:50 PM

What exactly is a squeeze? Care to elaborate?
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What main reasons are there against tinting coins? on: January 21, 2015, 02:53:40 PM
I think Bitcoins will be well tinted at end. Since BTC community will kneel infront of banks and governments as long they will help with adoption. That si why i dont see Bitcoin will be main world currency on long run.

Banks and government will try to hinder adoption not help Bitcoin grow. Thus I think Bitcoin will grow independently and must to thrive.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What main reasons are there against tinting coins? on: January 21, 2015, 02:52:44 PM
Why do people keep thinking it's the currency's job to enforce law and order? Currency is just for trading. Other systems should be in charge of justice (and already do).

With bitcoin, most people's mindsets are for everything to be decentralised. Justice is extremely centralised right now, much like this forum (just check out meta). So hmmm.
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