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1  Other / Off-topic / Re: Anoymous message to Elon Musk on: June 06, 2021, 10:34:32 AM
...He is a manipulator and abuser who only cares about his own profits...

Cant agree more about that, im 100% sure that he is a little bit scared now,. The good/bad news is that Mr "Mask" have a big EGO, so this "fight" will not end soon...lets see how this end, but im pretty sure that more "hidden" secrets will comming out....

...he has completely exposed himself with his actions and will probably eventually join the house of infamous people like Roger Ver or CW Faketoshi...

Haha we must build a big round table! more and more are joining! poor guys who have everything on his hands, but nothing on his souls.

2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: JP Morgan Likens "BITCOIN to FOOLS-GOLD" Say's $20k todays value on: June 02, 2021, 02:00:40 PM
In six months, they will say the opposite, I am sure of it.

Like always!, thats how they work, manipulating people by doing the opposite that they are doing. why people never learn? my god they have been doing it since decades...

All those "snakes" have been buying BTC on the OTC market since the beginning...they start to be scared because his game about printing money from nothing is near to the end...
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Stop the FUD! Enough is enough! on: May 30, 2021, 11:50:30 AM
People selling now to the FUD are going to regret it later.

Like always!, From my point of view people should be educated about it on schools, markets are being manipulated since the beginning just look at The Wyckoff Method from Richard D. Wyckoff and compare this method with the BTC perpetual futures contracts 1D from binance, you will notice how awesome both graphics looks the same.

People will never undestand that FUD is being created with only one porpuse, education like most of the things is a "key"; a good education, not like the current one ...
4  Other / Meta / Re: This thing with the accounts' farming has to stop... on: May 29, 2021, 12:01:11 PM
Maybe if Signature campaings dont required that monstruose ammount of posts in order to reach the minimun required to be payd, maybe, we will not found those type os posts.

If they force people to post 20 or 25 post per week, or they allow 15+ post per day, then people will do what you see, IMHO thats the main reason about it, anyway i will never be against signature campaigns is a great way to incentive people gain some satoshis and in some ways help this forum too.
5  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2021-05-21] Goldman Sachs Reconsiders, Calls Bitcoin a Legitimate Asset Class on: May 27, 2021, 02:17:07 PM
Why did they suddenly change their stance? ...

The short answer is MONEY, they are playing with his fake news doing the opposite about what they say since the beginning of times... thats how those snakes play "with us" they dont care about nothing, everything is a game for them with only one final intention, to get more money.

I will never understand why people still care about what those guys say, people never learn...

... I have said it in the past and the threat that these traditional investment companies are worried about are their own clients starting...

Even if this could be truth, dont be wrong, they just care about themself, to give to his clients some benedict is the way to them to obtain more other words, they just "use" his clients...
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Mining Council on: May 26, 2021, 11:50:19 AM
Well, don't be wrong with me, reduce the industry's greenhouse gas emissions is always a good idea, but (for me at least) this is just a Elon Musk movement trying to do things to "fatten up his wallet" even more than it is. .. greedy as hell, rich people should care more about other things and dont wasted his time on tweets and stupids things like that, if they do it is because they are trying to do other things ...

Funny that Elon is having so much power in cryptocurrency now and after causing FUD in the space and dragging the market down now trying to create an atmosphere that makes him looks like he truly cares about Bitcoin by involving in this move again trying to portray concern for Bitcoin. This guy is actually a snake.  

Agree, as i say, all the things he is doing is because he have "hidden intentions ..."
7  Economy / Speculation / Re: Is the Bitcoin crash an opportunity to enter the market? on: May 25, 2021, 02:59:43 PM
Do you think Bitcoin crash is an opportunity to enter the market?

You're asking Bitcointalk, a Bitcoin-focused community, if a price crash is an opportunity. What answer were you really expecting? Tongue

Touché, anyway if you ask it out there, i mean a non-bitcoin forum-related, for example, you could ask it to a "investor" (on whatever he invest ...), he will reply you the same. It is not only that this forum is fully of btc fans is about that there is an active that is at low price that is very likely that it will increased his price now, so ...
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin: Humanity's last frontier of Privacy on: May 24, 2021, 11:52:24 AM
... it's only a matter of time before the government takes a look at what we do online through the ISP.

It is not a matter of time... its have been done since lots of years ago.

I must agree with the OP about that people should care about his privacy, but "hidden shadows" have been trying to "force" us to do what they want, exactly what we have... no privacy = more control.

Maybe we cant be 100% private but cmon... at least people should do the minimun to difficult it...
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Elon Musk please stop messing up the crypto market on: May 06, 2021, 01:00:11 AM
Why not do something that benefits you?

For some people, to have "4 billions of $ or 4.01 billions of $" does not made any difference (just random numbers...), specially if you are doing it just for "fun", witch seems the case...anyways, greedy people will never have enought of anything...

Btw ofc, he is free to do it and wasted his time and money whatever he want, but again, this type of people who can "change things", should wasted his time and his money on better things...
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Core 0.20.1 Released on: August 02, 2020, 12:25:19 AM
Ty @achow101

Never forget to check this by yourself guys:

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11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Re: [Translators] List of Bitcointalk Translators on: February 17, 2020, 05:53:22 PM
No offense, but long time ago, when i tried to join in your team i felt that you did not handle it well, there was lot of things that need to be improved from your side, for example the work assign was a disaster, like so many others things...

Anyway, maybe you have improved all those things, surely.

Dont be wrong with me, i wish you the best and i hope that you have a great succes.

Yes, im still active (even if i didnt update my portfolio) but im very selective with my work, quality is the most important thing for me and nowadays is very rare to find good proyects.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Identity of Satoshi Nakamoto on: February 13, 2020, 03:02:29 PM

...If he really was Satoshi, his family would have access to 1 million BTC and most likely from time to time be selling 50 BTC blocks worth half a million instead of only $300. If you had over $10 billion, would you go thru the hassle to claim $300?

This doesn't make sense. He is not Satoshi. This is only one reason of many.

Why not? not everyone must think like you, i admit that is really strange ofc, but Hall was a strange&brilliant guy, maybe he put some specials conditions to his family about his fortune... who know? there is lot of things that we "will" never know, people should never discard any possibilities...
13  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: Kraken identifica falla crítica en carteras de hardware Trezor on: February 02, 2020, 10:50:38 PM
Precisamente la semana pasada me regalaron un trezor.. esta semana aparece esta publicación de que es posible robar el dinero que existe en una trezor, de verdad que estoy de muy mala suerte.

Anteriormente pensé en comprar un KeepKey, pero no lo compre porque apareció una publicación de que podía ser vulnerado. Al menos el trezor fue por un concurso y me percate de que no estuviera falsificado.

Tranquilo que Trezor esta entre los 2 primeros en mi humilde opinión en el top de HW, y no es tan fácil, según tengo entendido primero te lo tienen que robar si o si, después tienen que saber hacerlo que tampoco es nada fácil..., y por ultimo tienen que averiguar la nº25 (si es que la estas usando, cosa que recomiendo) porque esta ultima no se guarda en el Trezor, así que no es tan fácil poderlo hackear, es mas yo diría que si usas la nº25 y siendo esta medianamente complicada, te da tiempo mas que de sobra de mover tus BTC antes de que ocurra nada indeseado, tal como digo, eso teniendo en cuenta que puedan averiguar la nº25...
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What are the best Bitcoin hardware wallets? (Merits for help) on: February 01, 2020, 10:46:26 AM
Well for me Leger nano and Trezor are the best of all of them, but there is a huge diference between them, at least for me, Trezor is Open source while Ledger is not.

Both are greats but if i need to choose between them i will take Trezor instead of Ledger just because of that point.
15  Local / Español (Spanish) / Re: El libro blanco de Bitcoin. on: January 05, 2020, 08:01:19 PM
Ala cuanto tiempo sin ver este hilo por aki purulando, solo un par de cositas aver si puedes aclararmelas...

Segun este post dices que tu nombre es:

...No te parece mucha casualidad, que yo que aparecí en noviebre del 2017 hablando en este foro de nuevo, aparezcan estos correos, y que el último sea el 23 de abril y con una J escrita al final (bitcoinJ), y que mi nombre sea Jordi?...

Sin embargo aki dices que tus iniciales son:

Yo soy Satoshi Nakamoto, yo creé Bitcoin, BTC son las iniciales de mi identidad,

Me he perdido o en BTC no hay ninguna "J", o tienes un nombre compuesto o nos mentiste en el post anterior o yo que se...

Y la otra cosita:

...Yo escribí y fingí la muerte de Hal Finney...

Hal Finney, que descanse en paz, murio hace un tiempo, nada de fingir, de echo creo que esta criogenizado o algo asi hay sitios donde te lo dicen como este, asi que quizas podrias explicar por que hablas asi de una persona que murio hace tiempo y que merece un poco mas de respeto...

A todo esto, y no es por meter presion ni nada por el estilo, pero hasta el momento, pruebas aportadas 0% tangibles, osea, no hay absolutamente nada que te diferencie del resto de personas que dicen ser SN.
16  Other / Meta / Re: Prejudice against signature campaigns on: December 24, 2019, 12:11:35 PM
signature campaigns are "forcing" to his users to post arround 15-25 post per week, this is like "incentiving" someone to spam this forum, obviously they want them to post with a high quality, but this in most of the cases, will not happend... maybe an easy solutions is to force signature campaign managers to pay to his users for a max of 5-10 post per week, maybe with this measure, those post will have a better quality.

Anyway dont be wrong guys, there is lot of users who dont wear a signature campaign with a very low quality posts and "nobody" care about it... sometimes it is not necessary to write a novel to be able to express yourself in a coherent way ....

17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Was Hal Finney the real Satoshi? on: November 30, 2019, 06:34:38 PM
Hal has always been my first candidate for who Satoshi is. there are a lot of details supporting this theory. for example, he's a cypherpunk and had contact on Crypto circles before Bitcoin. Hal had a neighbor called Dorian Nakamoto, but had Satoshi as first name. I think he "stoled" this name as alias. further Satoshi disappeared a little before Hal entered the last phase of it's degenerative illness and the first transaction from Satoshi went to Hal. I think Hal created the masking identity to decrypt himself and introduce Bitcoin from the safety of relative anonymity, simultaneously supporting Bitcoin as himself.


The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist, no, im not saying Hal is/was the devil, im saying that he MAYBE was so smart to let us beleive that he is/was not satoshi.... people should never dismiss this theory
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Core Released on: November 28, 2019, 05:13:23 PM

Bitcoin Core version is now available from:

Did you mean ?

Anyway, ty for the info!! let's update!
No, I did not. is the website for the Bitcoin Core project. happens to also host binaries for Bitcoin Core, but is still the official place to get downloads.

ok, my mistake.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Core Released on: November 28, 2019, 03:56:16 PM

Bitcoin Core version is now available from:

Did you mean ?

Anyway, ty for the info!! let's update!
20  Other / Meta / Re: The Bitcoin Forum is 10 years old! on: November 22, 2019, 11:15:20 PM
Congratulations! and don't forget this is just the beginning!!!
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