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1  Economy / Speculation / Re: Now that bitcoin has crossed $6100, what are your thoughts? on: May 11, 2019, 12:26:01 AM
Most of us in the disbelief phase right now. "This is just another suckers rally." It might be a "suckers rally" to be honest. To make sure it isn't, I need it to go above $6.5k. For now it looks bullish af.

If things go earlier than what we normally expect ($50-100k in 2021-2022, 1 year after the Halving), we may find ourselves looking at a $50k/coin price tag next year today just before the halvening.

There's no magic trendline that automatically stops a rally from being "a suckers rally" but we went over your $6500 resistance line. The question is, will you follow throught and stop considering this a suckers rally?

I have been advising about buying ever since we hit $3500'ish, because it's just increasingly risky to not be buying after that massive crash. Anything below $3500 should have been taken as a lucky extra.

The way I see it is that there's good news to be seen as we can watch Bitcoin decouple from shitcoins once again, we are in %60 domination in coinmarketcap (even if the "marketcap" measurements are flawed, people seem to be obsessed with that website).

I would say there's %70 chance bottom is in at this point and the left being the magic $1300 lifetime opportunity, but I doubt we will get lucky enough to accumulate at those prices again, that boat sailed and we are going most likely higher and into $100k+ within the next 3 to 5 years.
2  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: UFC 237: Namajunas vs. Andrade on: May 03, 2019, 08:16:07 PM
I don't understand why Anderson Silva isn't retired yet. He is clearly rich, has proven he is one of the best ever, but those people are addicted to competition and being on the spotlight it seems. If he keeps fighting he will end up with brain damage. UFC is a brutal sport, why bother when you can't no longer go for #1 rank and you are already rich and achieved championship belts. He will end up like CroCop.

Anyway, will watch Jose Aldo fight and Silva too of course... but not really excited for this card. I want to see some crazy heavyweight fights this year. I want to see Bones vs Overeem or something like that. Bones need to move up to HW eventually.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Checking old wallet files... on: May 03, 2019, 08:12:16 PM
Do not download any apps, it's dangerous specially in windows... even if you could download the source code and compile it yourself just don't risk it and follow this easy method: You simply open your wallet.dat file, with any text editor of choice, and use ctrl+f to search for "name"" and if your wallet.dat file had any addresses, you will find them there. Now you just have to look at the format and you'll know. (If they begin with 1, it's BTC, if they begin with L, it's LTC...). Most have very recognizable formats. In the case of doubt, just enter the address in the block explorers you suspect the address belongs to look for any funds. This way you don't have to wait for it to sync to see if your wallet matches the client. And this is the trick I've been using when I found random wallet.dat files.


4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What the future HODL? on: April 21, 2019, 06:24:40 PM
Exchanges that are printing their own money (like Binance) are probably breaking some laws. The whole "altcoin" thing is just a big clusterfuck. I wish I NEVER touched any altcoins. It just makes your taxes basically IMPOSSIBLE to fill after you get involved. The damn coins die so you cannot access your wallet.dat anymore as the blockchains don't sync, the exchanges die and you lose trading history (in case that you didn't save it which is most likely the case). It's just a big fuck up. Im getting rid of any alts I still have, or maybe not even that, I will just let them rot, they have only given me headaches. If you try to convert any BTC to fiat, you are going to see a nightmare of impossible-to-fill taxes.

As far as people selling, you cannot stop them. What matters is, fiat tends towards infinite supply, Bitcoin is strictly limited in amount, so do the simple math.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: John "fucking" McAfee: I will reveal Satoshi on: April 21, 2019, 05:36:32 PM
This seems like another round of John "fucking" McAfee tweeting juicy stuff to get headlines. It's already working, just google "Bitcoin mcafee" or "Bitcoin satoshi" and you already see tons of entries, actually by just tipping "satoshi" you see some ranked McAfee related pages. This is excellent SEO results, because those keywords are very competitive, so now everyone that searches for satoshi will learn about McAfee. This is the game of internet content and McAfee is winning at it again. He gets notoriety, that's all that matters.

I still want to see what he has to offer. He has resources and knowledge, however at this point not even signed keys from the genesis block would prove anything to me, it would just prove that satoshi got his coins stolen by whoever signs. Satoshi is most likely dead at this point or held hostage by some institution somewhere, or perhaps by some hired hitmen. Bitcoin is a scary world so stay safe.
6  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: about exchanges kyc withdraw! on: April 21, 2019, 05:04:26 PM
I guess they just couldn't care less about money coming, only coming out. So basically, if you put in $10k in a transaction without reading the KYC requirements stuff, you are now in big trouble as you have $10k trapped in the exchange. The ball is in your court so you have to solve the problem yourself, by delivering all the KYC information needed. If you can't deliver that, then it's your fault because you didn't read the KYC requirements, unfortunately this means that they get to keep the money. I wonder how much money they are banking through this. Basically people putting money in then unable to remove it because they refuse to comply with KYC.
7  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Signature Campaigns taxes on: April 21, 2019, 05:00:12 PM


agree it, how government know you get money if you not report your income?
i think people must report his income be honestly and transparently, so government can take the tax from your income.
but if we compare with youtube creator, i dont think bitcoin freelancer must report his income because they never report his income too.

You don't need to report if you don't want to pay taxes, but that's against the law.
If only we can hide our income, it would better, and not everything we earn should be reported to the government, there is no freedom that way.
We comply what is required in the law, that's it, we have no choice as we will be in trouble in case.

Most of us don't want to break any laws, the main problem is the lack of certainty when it comes to what to expect from the government when you are cashing out something as strange as revenue out of posting on some forum, paid on a digital currency, not include giveaways, forks, and any other extremely-alien-to-government-official stuff. Add in the difficulty of tracking all of this (which as far as im concerned is impossible, I don't even know how much I own in forks since who even knows how many forks are out there). Then the fact that most exchanges are dead and you have most likely lost trading history, and they want you to report every altcoin to altcoin trade. How in the f*ck are you supposed to provide all of that information? Because of that, most have decided to just never cash out or at least wait and see what happens in the future, because it's too risky to do it now without knowing what to expect from the government, and there isn't enough evidence of people here selling and seeing what happens specially if you don't have all the info to back up the origin of the funds. If they screw you up at the very second you can't justify the origin of a BTC then what's the point.
8  Economy / Speculation / Re: How do those of you who were waiting for 2000s/1000s/<1000 feel now? Buying now? on: April 21, 2019, 04:49:33 PM
With the next halving a little over a year from now, I'd be pretty suprised if sub $3ks comes, or sub $4ks for that matter. This isn't the uncertain times when China was  dumping loads anymore. The best thing that ever happend to crypto was Chinese being banned and getting the fuck out, the second best was Trump. Now, if the next president is a democrat in 2020, panic of  regulations could ruin the next pump. Hope it doesn't happen, but there it is.

I think it's exactly the opposite: If democrats win, people with money will start panicking at massive socialist policies ruining their wealth, which will force them to diversify into neutral assets and Bitcoin is the best neutral asset ever outside of governments reach, and governments while sometimes are good, they can become insane and punish their citizens by unreasonable confiscation. Democrats winning may trigger this either by fact of FUD, so they will buy. I can see gold and Bitcoin going up, Bitcoin by several orders of magnitude higher of course.

I don't think Democrat vs. Republican really matters here. Bitcoin performed quite well under Obama and did quite well under Trump too. I think it'll do just fine under the next president, whoever it is. Policy-wise, the two parties exist on a pretty narrow spectrum. It's all a big dog and pony show. The main question to me is how Bitcoin performs in a global financial or currency crisis. I think we're at least a few years away from that given the confidence in the equity markets.

I think it's rather obvious that Bitcoin is going to outperform every other asset on earth when the recesion hits (not if but when..). Im really scared of having money on the bank within the next 10 years or so. I hope shit doesn't get extremely dangerous... a recession will help Bitcoin but collapse of civilization will not help anyone.

I see Bitcoin going to $100k easily within the next decade given the bonds collapse, governments failing to deliver on their promises of social pension funds and so on. It's really scary for millennial to think long term. You want to pay your taxes and do good but at the same time you have this fear that everything you put in your bank is going to be stolen when shit hits fan. This will drive Bitcoin hodling strategy a big rise. As a neutral asset it really doesn't get anything better. Gold will continue underperforming and Bitcoin will continue doing a better task at what gold should be doing.

As far as democrats vs republicans.. well, I think democrats tend to do more QE practices, but still it's all the same, neither democrats or republicans want to be the one in power that admit the unpayable debt is indeed unpayable.
9  Economy / Speculation / Re: How do those of you who were waiting for 2000s/1000s/<1000 feel now? Buying now? on: April 19, 2019, 11:40:31 PM
So to all you who refused to buy at the bottom, waiting for a price that now obviously won't ever come, are you buying now? Are you still hoping for a magical 50%+ drop from these prices?

I'm not saying that the prices will still drop, as no one knows in the first place, but how did you even come to the conclusion that sub 3000 will never come? It's still definitely possible. Dropping down to below 3000 is just somewhere around a 50% drop from the current price($5,318.80 as we speak), which, if you've been in the cryptocurrency space for a while, you would know that 50%+ drops aren't even rare.

With the next halving a little over a year from now, I'd be pretty suprised if sub $3ks comes, or sub $4ks for that matter. This isn't the uncertain times when China was  dumping loads anymore. The best thing that ever happend to crypto was Chinese being banned and getting the fuck out, the second best was Trump. Now, if the next president is a democrat in 2020, panic of  regulations could ruin the next pump. Hope it doesn't happen, but there it is.

I think it's exactly the opposite: If democrats win, people with money will start panicking at massive socialist policies ruining their wealth, which will force them to diversify into neutral assets and Bitcoin is the best neutral asset ever outside of governments reach, and governments while sometimes are good, they can become insane and punish their citizens by unreasonable confiscation. Democrats winning may trigger this either by fact of FUD, so they will buy. I can see gold and Bitcoin going up, Bitcoin by several orders of magnitude higher of course.

As far as china goes, I don't really know what happened but seems like the market doesn't give a toss about China anymore.
10  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Signature Campaigns taxes on: April 19, 2019, 11:34:14 PM


I don't see what the big deal is in reporting signature campaign earnings. I believe in transparency and letting the government have its cut, and while it's true some people will get away with not reporting it, I like the peace of mind that comes with making Big Brother happy.
No need to worry if our government ask us to pay task because the signature campaign has a spreadsheet that has transparency transactions, then if necessary then you can print that as a proof of income in promoting signature and not comes from fraud.
But I think when you are holding no tax will be implemented on that however it will effective when you converting your bitcoin into cash.

The problem is some signature campaigns paid on websites and not directly on your BTC address, it was an address generated on a website, typically a lot of casino sites did this to promote signup registrations. Most of the sites are probably gone so what to do then?

I wouldn't bother. The amount you can earn from these campaigns are quite small, even for Legendary ranks.
That's right. If to cash out by little like 50-100$ a month a bank won't has any pretensions to those money. Taxation is more about big sum of money which source you should represent to the bank and taxation system.

It doesn't matter how much you cash out, you're being paid in something with value and that's the place you're taxed.

Of course if you don't bother reporting it in most places no one's going to find out, but you might be setting yourself up for future problems if they choose to sniff around. Again, the likelihood is low.

And for some campaigns the payouts can easily take you above your tax allowance. I can't be bothered to add it up but it's quite possible I went over mine last year purely from the campaign I'm in. If the price had stayed high it would've been not too far off the average salary where I am.


Yeah in chipmixer im pretty sure you were able to make more than minimum income specially during the 2017 bubble.. so what will you do? Personally I think I have never made more than minimum income in my country but perhaps I was able to break at some months.

I really have no idea what im going to do if I wanted to cash out in fiat. It is really a mess. I have been in a fuckton of different campaigns and trying to gather all the data is hell. I have definitely lost some data because I got paid on websites (like fastdice, which no longer exists I think, and I have no data on that).

I wouldn't bother. The amount you can earn from these campaigns are quite small, even for Legendary ranks.
I don't think no one will harass you for such a unusual income that no one is sure about.

Bitcoin is largely unregulated in the world and it will be difficult to regulate it once they make a significant effort.
This amount is also pretty small, so I don't see why someone would really care, as the whole signature campaign economy is very small.

But then again, I am not a lawyer, I have no idea.

This is not the problem. The problem is, lets say you make 1 BTC from posting for a couple of years, then in 5 years 1 BTC is worth $1,000,000. What then?
11  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Signature Campaigns taxes on: April 14, 2019, 02:31:09 AM
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Often, the honesty side to things springs from need. Until you really need to convert your crypto to FIAT, you can get away being under the radar (for now). Itís when one wants/needs to convert to FIAT that you need to bear in mind all the legal aspects it entails, alongside with knowing how to justify it properly in case of an inspection.

In Spain we are now in the season where we prepare our Statement of Income over 2018ís overall earnings. This year it seems, 14.700 Spanish residents are viewing a pop-up whist preparing the Statement of Income, reminding them that the benefits made from crypto operations are subject to taxation. The message is not random or a general reminder to all, but specifically to a set of residents of which the tax office has information about in relation to their crypto operations.

How the tax office knows exactly is unknown, but likely, they have targeted all bank accounts that receive FIAT transfers from known exchanges, being the Spanish banks the ones who provide this information to the tax office. One could try to go through alternatives such as Localbitcoins, but many consider it risky.

Most likely they got the memo from entering details on KYC exchanges. So assuming they have the trading history they should be ok.. but there's some horror stories involving big % increases, followed by big sell-offs (as in 2017 peak and crash), then the guy losing the keys and owing taxes on the increased %. It depends on the country but something like this happened in the US I think.

In any case what this thread is about is how does one go about selling sig campaign earnings after years of hodling and probably losing a partial amount of information related to of the origin of funds (there's no way everyone has kept %100 of information... most sites of back then don't even exist today and I really doubt everyone took screenshots and if said screenshots would be enough proof at all). Due all the doubts surrounding this subject most have decided to just keep hodling, but eventually one will want to diversify and sell a % as BTC goes to new highs so we should know what to do before we need to do it.
12  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Anyone knows whats going on with Bitcoinwisdom? on: April 14, 2019, 02:13:59 AM
I see this:



I use 1w for the interval. Maybe there is an issue or problem that bitcoinwisdom got, and they still fix and solve the problem. You can use tradingview for making analysis and try to visit bitcoinwisdom in a few hours later, and I hope that the problem will be solved.

You see that because you are using a weekly candle chart so it's not still reflected. After a couple of months you will see it's also a flat line on the weekly chart. It's dead, I recommend that you start using bitcoinwisdom.io as im doing (thanks to these that mentioned it.)

I was aware of cryptowat.ch and I was considering replacing bitcoinwisdom with that, but I find that website too bloaty on my browser. Tradingview is a mess to take a quick look in my book, that's for hardcore technical analysis and not to get a quick glance at the price. bitcoinwisdom is a nice sweet spot of simplicity and enough info with everything I need. Probably im overrating it due nostalgia factor as everything that involves nolstagia tho.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Use GUI to get raw tx. Can you do this? on: April 14, 2019, 02:01:03 AM
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As far as Electrum goes, from what I've read, I cannot trust the whole "your wallet can be spawned with a seed" setup. Im too paranoid with the idea that the right combination of words can spawn your entire wallet. It's a bit fucked up actually.

well your bitcoin core wallet is also an HD wallet meaning it is "spawning" all your keypairs from a seed, it just doesn't give you any mnemonic!
as for your paranoia, it all comes down to that random entropy the wallets are using. if it is good enough then the "combination of words" you see is showing that random entropy to you in a human readable form that you could write down.

Replying to you and also to bob123: I know they changed the format from the original wallet.dat after 0.13 or so and then it became an HD wallet too, but in a post I remember achow101 explained some differences in the way the seed is generated and basically said that the way it works is that wallet.dat HD format is safer than Electrum's HD format and you are protected from key derivation attacks. So when I did read that I decided that I will not bother with Electrum and will leave things as they are because im too scared to screw up in the process and then long term being paranoid about Electrum fucking me over. Not to mention all the numerous exploits we've seen lately with the update model.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Jihan Wu is no longer CEO of Bitmain on: April 11, 2019, 03:23:23 AM
in short you never lose unless you sell at a loss
This saying is only said by bagholders who are trying to justify their bad investments. If a coin is only going down, then selling it as soon as possible is the correct action to minimize any future losses. Taking a loss of 10% is a far better option than holding a useless coin in to oblivion.

When BCH was first forked, it was trading at 0.2 BTC. I, and most other smart people, dumped it immediately. If I had held on to it and were planning on selling now, I would have lost 75% of my profits. If I continue to hold for another year, I have no doubt I would lose 95% of my profits.

Selling forks immediately is the only sane thing to do.. when you receive literally "free money", you are at risk by not selling. Thinking that Ver, Craig and Jihan behind it would give the project any leverage against the legacy chain was always seen as a joke. Even if Trump tweeted that he was supporting BCH and it was the real Bitcoin it wouldn't matter, it would still be seen as a joke, and once the president of a big country gets behind a fork and gets defeated, it will add in even more impossibility for any forks to take over (in a way this is what happened already, since many of the forks attempt were probably US government attempting to take over in a non explicit way, because if they supported a fork in a explicit way and got defeated they wouldn't have no cards left).
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Jihan Wu is no longer CEO of Bitmain on: April 10, 2019, 03:46:45 AM
Even 80% loss sounds silly for a traditional company, unfortunately that's life in crypto.
This is true, but on the flip side a 2000% gain in a year also sounds completely silly for a traditional company, and yet that's what bitcoin did in 2017. You've got to take the highs with the lows, and I'm sure (at least, I really hope) that no one has chosen crypto because they believe it to be a stable asset.


But the more important question before you start playing with BCH is - how much is Jihan Wu's personal wealth.
Nah. The most important question before you go near BCH is - why? It's a failed fork, which has now forked in to two failed forks. The two chains have just become playthings for the ever more ridiculous feud between Ver and CSW, and all either of them have done is slowly lose value against BTC.

Bitmain has tried many roadmaps to attempt to get rid of the big BCH bags, IPOs and whatnot included, I think they have no way out, they need to create profit from selling good products at good rates and reduce the loss that BCH created. If they cannot do this then the up and coming competition is going to eat them.

The additional question I have is: is the new CEO going to start doing things the right way or will he support further hardforks from whoever dares next, or they will end up with bags from the next altcoin that is derived from the act.
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Use GUI to get raw tx. Can you do this? on: April 10, 2019, 03:15:47 AM
Thanks but im too paranoid to use a website for that, even if you are just entering public addresses, you are entering them in batches and in some site with javaascript... I would really like to keep everything done within the wallet. I don't see why this wouldn't be possible. When you do something in the GUI, it should be possible to get the result of the actions you did on the GUI in raw format... I just need to know how to, after you build the tx with Coin Control, you import it in raw format, sign it, and broadcast it, all without leaving Core.
Fair enough... So, essentially you're wanting the "preview"/"export" functionality from Electrum... but in Bitcoin Core.

As achow101 has mentioned, there isn't any way of achieving that in the GUI at the present time... hopefully that PSBT stuff gets brought to the GUI in the not to distant future... that looks like pretty much exactly what you're after.

Until that happens, you'd either have to use the RPC calls (which would still be quite labour intensive) or use an airgapped setup with Electrum which would also cater for your desired workflow.

Thanks and achow101. I think im going to wait so it's properly implemented within the GUI in Core. I have been waiting for proper offline transaction usage support for a long time... something user friendly. I think Armory has user friendly GUI support to do the whole "get a raw tx with X inputs" and then broadcast it when its signed.

In order to encourage people proper security measures doing this within the GUI is a must.

As far as Electrum goes, from what I've read, I cannot trust the whole "your wallet can be spawned with a seed" setup. Im too paranoid with the idea that the right combination of words can spawn your entire wallet. It's a bit fucked up actually.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Use GUI to get raw tx. Can you do this? on: April 09, 2019, 04:03:16 AM
You could probably just use coinb.in to create an unsigned transaction...

Click "Advanced Options", and make sure that the "Clear existing inputs when new inputs are loaded." option is UNCHECKED. You can then enter in an address or redeem script and it will find all the current UTXOs that exist... delete the ones you don't want to include in your transaction, then enter next address/redeem script and repeat until you have all the inputs you want.

Then on the outputs page, setup the outputs you want... and TRIPLE check the value shown as "Transaction Fee" Tongue

Click submit and you'll get unsigned raw TX... transfer this to your offline PC... sign it with the appropriate keys using signrawtransaction command... and then transfer the signedTX back to your online PC and broadcast.

Thanks but im too paranoid to use a website for that, even if you are just entering public addresses, you are entering them in batches and in some site with javaascript... I would really like to keep everything done within the wallet. I don't see why this wouldn't be possible. When you do something in the GUI, it should be possible to get the result of the actions you did on the GUI in raw format... I just need to know how to, after you build the tx with Coin Control, you import it in raw format, sign it, and broadcast it, all without leaving Core.
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Bitcoin core v 0.17.1 how can have a good backUp? problem with HD feature on: April 09, 2019, 03:41:57 AM
The fact that all the stuff dealing with private keys is hard to find or even impossible to export (im not sure if you can access the root seed in Core as you can easily with electrum even you are prompted with it during the setup to print it) is a feature, since having that on display is too risky. So just keep backups of wallet.dat with an encrypted password.

An additional protection to avoid that if someone accesses the file: even if they can use it since they would need the wallet.dat password to transact, they could still see all of your addresses, previous tx's.. I never understood why the password doesn't hide all of that. A workaround is to encrypt the wallet.dat itself, you can use dmcrypt or LUKS in linux, put it inside a compressed file with a password, use a veracrypt container... use SHA256 and a decent password should be impossible to crack. The most important thing is having good memory, that is my problem and I lost access to my encrypted stuff because I cannot remember what the hell I typed as password.
19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: What are your biggest challenges around security your crypto? on: April 09, 2019, 03:30:59 AM
The only way to secure bitcoin wallet is to create the private keys within a safe environment (a computer that has never connected to the internet, or at least, formatted the HDD and then installing an OS that never seen the internet). It's the only way. Then you must learn how to pass a transaction made on the offline computer within the online node. What can you do? it's the only way to go. Many find it annoying but it's what it is.

The main problem for me is passwords. I have bad memory, I always lose my passwords. I have lost access to all encrypted stuff because I lost the passwords.

As far as backups, im not sure about that. Putting your wallet on the internet doesn't seem like a good idea, even if encrypted... too paranoid. But also too paranoid to trust electrum seed's model. So what's the solution? Be careful to not burn your house or have thieves... I can't tell you anything else right now.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Use GUI to get raw tx. Can you do this? on: April 09, 2019, 03:16:02 AM
If one had a setup of 2 computers, one offline as cold storage, and one online, with offline's addresses in online's wallet as watch-only, both Core clients. Could you copy the block files from the synced online node into the offline computer, then as the current coins of your wallet show up, do whatever transaction you want to do using Coin Control and whatnot, then press "send" and get the result of this action in raw tx code, then convert this code into a QR, then pass this QR into the online node's computer and broadcast it? the idea is to avoid manually crafting the tx yourself which is a recipe for disaster if you screw up. Just thinking about doing what Coin Control does manually would give anyone normal an headache. So how about doing it all on the GUI and export the tx as raw into the online node? can you type step by step how you would do this?

If this was not clear I would try to rephrase it.
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