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1061  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Gavin will visit the Council on Foreign Relations on: January 14, 2014, 02:59:57 AM
For the record:  I'm mostly libertarian, I think we'd be just fine if we replaced 99.911% of regulations with voluntary, private, market-based solutions. But that ain't gonna happen any time soon.

That's good to hear! Smiley

But honestly, that they want to talk to you is simply scary.

Afterwards, you'll need to tell us what it was like to be surrounded by Sith. Wink



 Cheesy
1062  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Bitcoins in space! on: January 14, 2014, 12:10:13 AM
Not sure if anyone brought this up, a satellite orbits earth about every 90 minutes, meaning we'd get connection for about 30 minutes when it's around and then silence 60 minutes. But likely there's some option to rent something "cheap", low bandwidth on a global level.

A satellite orbits earth however often you want it to.

This is not entirely correct since at the shorter orbital periods you will encounter an increasingly thicker atmosphere as altitude decreases. Typical Low Earth Orbit (LEO) period is ~90 mins.
1063  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Gavin will visit the Council on Foreign Relations on: January 13, 2014, 11:38:32 PM
Gavin visits the aristocracy...



No, I think that is when he goes to the Bilderberger meet-up (not on google meet-ups btw) ...
1064  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 13, 2014, 07:47:41 PM
yeah, she's got it all backwards ... the drugs made him do bitcoin, not vice versa

... me too actually.
1065  Economy / Economics / Re: Why are economists so afraid of Bitcoin? on: January 12, 2014, 03:23:45 AM
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OPT out of what exactly? Life? If you think btc is going to magically change society for the better you have a serious problem.  The list is endless on the number of people who benefit from a fiat system as well. You sound more like a retarded tin-foil hat nut-job then a rational human.

OPT OUT of fiat (not sure how you missed that glaring detail). Bitcoin is changing societies immensely already, people (even braindead economists) are thinking and talking about the central banksters fiat monetary RORT, it has already won regardless of what happens next.

Ad Hominem = Fail


... got any other pearls of wisdom or are we done here?

We'll I'm certainly done. Ignored.

Something happened here but I advise keeping your mind open when it comes to Marcus. He is very wise.

Maybe, but that's not the impression I get.

Maybe you are impressionable ... sometimes I mix and mingle with the smell of the sheople, to get a grasp for what's happening on the ground. Smiley
1066  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: ***** THE ZEROCOIN SOURCE - Truly anonymous coin ***** on: January 11, 2014, 09:07:49 PM
 ... tracking the untraceable.
1067  Economy / Economics / Re: Why are economists so afraid of Bitcoin? on: January 11, 2014, 08:54:09 PM
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OPT out of what exactly? Life? If you think btc is going to magically change society for the better you have a serious problem.  The list is endless on the number of people who benefit from a fiat system as well. You sound more like a retarded tin-foil hat nut-job then a rational human.

OPT OUT of fiat (not sure how you missed that glaring detail). Bitcoin is changing societies immensely already, people (even braindead economists) are thinking and talking about the central banksters fiat monetary RORT, it has already won regardless of what happens next.

Ad Hominem = Fail


... got any other pearls of wisdom or are we done here?
1068  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Satoshi a rather unique event. on: January 11, 2014, 11:21:39 AM
This is very valid point ... it is now possible for a single idea, implementation to completely change the world and upend the reigning power structures ... and it could happen anytime again in the future. No more can the incumbents feel so comfortable that better idea/technology is only one good coding away from tossing them into the biin of history.

Satoshi makes Zuckerberg and Gates look like pikers, imho. Social networks? OS? meh ... let's overhaul money.
1069  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2014-1-6] Taiwanese government disallows Bitcoin ATM installation on: January 11, 2014, 03:12:05 AM
But there's nothing they can do, other than accept it.

Chinese government has done a pretty good job of not accepting it. Any over government can easily follow suit.


Because the whole world would be a better place if we had authoritarian communist rule and Tianem-square like massacres ...
1070  Economy / Economics / Re: Why are economists so afraid of Bitcoin? on: January 11, 2014, 01:44:48 AM
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So let me try and understand this. He's wrong because he wants to change bitcoin. Yet your not wrong because you want to change the current financial system. How is there a difference? Your doing the same thing you claim he is doing.

And it doesn't sound like he's shoving anything down your throat, it looks more like he's being reasonable and intelligent and willing to discuss the topic like an adult, and it sounds more like you are trying to push some agenda you have

No, he's not trying to change the existing financial system at all ... we are trying to replace it entirely and give people an option to OPT OUT.

Something I notice no economists are offering or advocating for at present ... rather they spend a great deal of time trying to figure out how to keep everybody corralled into their sick facist financial system of control and monitoring, cash controls, border checks, sniffer dogs, criminalising cash ... the list is endless with examples of the restrictions of financial freedom to serve their fiat masters and their wrong, failed, sick economic theories.
1071  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2014-1-10] Breitbart - BITCOIN: THE CURRENCY OF THE INTERNET on: January 11, 2014, 01:06:16 AM

This is good, a provocative article discussing monetary implications of bitcoin as well as transaction attributes, valuations, etc. Posted at a fairly widely read site also.

More of these.
1072  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 08, 2014, 01:14:02 AM
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Too much respect - borderline asslicking.

I hate these guys guts ... just do not under-estimate them and the pawns/tools outside finance they have access to, including media, courts, regulators, govt. to create temporary perceptions of over-supply.

Bitcoin's true weapon against these bastards is genuine scarcity ... and global demand is rising, fast.
1073  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: January 08, 2014, 12:28:48 AM
It surprises me that no one see's the obvious. Large manipulators wait for negative PR and then take the opportunity to start the drop, knowing that people will attribute it to the news and panic.

Holding is not because you're sticking with your internet friends, its because by and large individual amateur investors are going to have a really hard time timing the market properly and not losing money. You will lose less if you just step away and stop thinking about it. It's either going to be worth millions or nothing at all. You joined up for this ride, so don't quit your day job.

And please, stop complaining.

This.

I don't think many people here realise what it means now these Wall St. sharks are circling and amongst us ... they'll be picking you off one at a time like the ripe fat whales you are.

I've been watching/trading the Gold market for 18 years and you guys have no fucking clue what's coming ... it's not going to be pretty.

From here on out, either you're in bitcoin for the long haul and the protection of assets it provides or you're gonna lose most everything .... especially if you think you can out trade these guys with their trading algorithms, bots, deep pockets and propaganda machine ... they'll out psyche you every time and then take your money when you are beat ...

You've been warned. Get real or get out now.
1074  Economy / Economics / Re: Why are economists so afraid of Bitcoin? on: January 07, 2014, 11:58:28 PM
Its like the economists have gone on a witch hunt against Bitcoin!

Whats their problem?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ML1OZCHixR0&t=1m30s

... useful to watch closely the acceptance phase towards the end also
1075  Bitcoin / Project Development / Re: Cold storage spending is a breeze... on: January 07, 2014, 11:28:54 PM
Nice ... good vid also.

So what are memory protections like on that private key once it has been imported? It seems like you can load any amount, up to total held in that address, so is it recommended to send remainder to new cold storage key or ... ?
1076  Other / Politics & Society / Re: FBI Drops Law Enforcement as 'Primary' Mission on: January 07, 2014, 10:05:04 AM
this is no accident .... if it was law enforcement it would mean they have to uphold the constitution and begin prosecuting themselves and NSA for fourth amendment violations ... if it is national security then anything goes ... they can officially become a criminal organisation of the state without repercussion by dropping "law enforcement" as their primary mission.
1077  Other / Politics & Society / Re: [2009-01-03] President Obama first weekly address (first bitcoin mined) on: January 07, 2014, 10:00:57 AM
Chancellor Alistair Darling on brink of second bailout for banks

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/business/industries/banking/article2160028.ece

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Billions may be needed as lending squeeze tightens

Alistair Darling has been forced to consider a second bailout for banks as the lending drought worsens.

The Chancellor will decide within weeks whether to pump billions more into the economy as evidence mounts that the 37 billion part-nationalisation last year has failed to keep credit flowing. Options include cash injections, offering banks cheaper state guarantees to raise money privately or buying up "toxic assets" 
1078  Other / Politics & Society / [2009-01-03] President Obama first weekly address (first bitcoin mined) on: January 07, 2014, 09:55:46 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sZKlKEU2do
1079  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Thank you satoshi. on: January 07, 2014, 05:46:35 AM
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I have the story of missing on the BTC train, now im depressed for life because it was my only chance at not having a shitty life, but I ignored the whole Bitcoin thing years ago because the news I saw were linked to ilegal stuff. Then 3 years later I find out it's at 700 USD. Now im stuck in this shithole and will probably die out of boredom.

Thank you satoshi

The train hasn't quite left the station yet, jump on.

Agree - you have infinite opportunities to change your life every day. In regards to bitcoin specifically, a multitude of opportunities are possible but you'll need to create or actualize them. Nobody is going to spoon feed them to you.

You sound very depressed. When I was young I used to be depressed.  Until I realized that my depression was simply a combination of my thoughts and brain chemistry. Changing one changes the other.


No, BTC was unique because the investment needed was so little for massive gains if you were there, also it's computers related. I have no fucking ieda about other stocks related stuff, but I knew about Bitcoin, thats why it's extra depressing. Im fucked.

you believed the lamestream media and their lying, negative bitcoin hate stories ... they are the ones who cost you your opportunity and that's what they were designed to do, keep gullible people away ... do your own research, bitcoin was never about illegal things, all money can be used for good and bad ... look for the good in all things, you'll be fine.
1080  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2014-01-06] AMD acknowledges the benefits of its hardware for bitcoin mining on: January 07, 2014, 02:22:47 AM
"Mastering the dark art of the perfect mining config file is weirdly fun" Cheesy

This is hat tip gold ... geek army bitcoin fifth column has insiders in every large organisation, institution, corporate ... what happens when all the sys. admin go on strike and demand to paid in btc, ltc, nmc and pmc?  Cheesy
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