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1  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2019-10-26] Crypto Owners in US Have Risen 81% YTD on: October 26, 2019, 11:31:04 PM
I also heard that Milennials are also more likely to think positively about Bitcoin than boomers. This should make adoption go through the roof at the next recession.
2  Economy / Speculation / Re: Goomboo's Journal on: February 06, 2019, 06:50:17 PM
I wonder what happened with Goomboo

The price has been unmoving for quite a while now. That could be it.
3  Economy / Speculation / Re: Will Bitcoin see $200 on: September 20, 2014, 11:20:17 PM
The price over at bitcoincharts had localbitcoins selling BTC for $1000, it has gone down some, but still in the $600 range. What is that?
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [BCN] Bytecoin (CPU-mining, true anonymity) on: July 23, 2014, 02:16:11 PM


It's so nice that you guys missed me! I'm on a vacation for the next two weeks, but I will post here from time to time.
And yes, I'm still in contact with Bytecoin devs.


Its my first post here on this thread and I was missing you. I check the price of BCN over at

http://coinmarketcap.com/

Do you think they are accurate?

Thanks for your work, by the way.

Thank you!

The price seems to be correct. Why are you asking?

I wanted a trustworthy place to look. You know much more about this than I do. :-)
With all the new alt coins out there it is tough to know who to follow. There are so
many hours in a day.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [BCN] Bytecoin (CPU-mining, true anonymity) on: July 23, 2014, 03:05:30 AM


It's so nice that you guys missed me! I'm on a vacation for the next two weeks, but I will post here from time to time.
And yes, I'm still in contact with Bytecoin devs.


Its my first post here on this thread and I was missing you. I check the price of BCN over at

http://coinmarketcap.com/

Do you think they are accurate?

Thanks for your work, by the way.
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is unfair to the non tech-savvy on: July 13, 2014, 07:57:01 PM

Yesterday I met a couple of my old classmates on the street. They asked about Bitcoin and started to whine that most people don't understand the mathematical fundamentals behind Bitcoin and therefore had no realistic chance to invest when it was cheap.


The old must make way for the new. Without that, there is no growth. I think it is right that those who are creating the future should profit from it. At the same time, those same people should be merciful to those who are not thinking about the future. We all have to live together.
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is 51% Attack the biggest threat for Bitcoin? // What do you think about it? on: June 26, 2014, 03:00:02 AM
I think the fact that Bitcoin did not fall further after the recent news is a very good sign.
The news of the 51% hashing rate from one source did not affect the price all that much. That does not mean that centralising Bitcoin is good, but it is more resilient than I thought. If BTC makes it to 2016 and to the next "halving", the price is going up again.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Vertcoin | Scrypt N | Beat ASIC | Stealth Address | Vertlet for iOS on: June 26, 2014, 02:52:31 AM
Let's me summarize for you.

1. Scrypt-N ASIC, We have looking for another algorithm already. We have planed to implement it in GPU and CPU miner after we released Stealth Addresses.

2. Multiple PoW, In order to change to the new algorithm, it must be smooth transition as much as possible. We have planed to implement multiple PoW from Scrypt-N to the new algorithm. According to the plan, it will be Scrypt-N -> New Agorithm + Scrypt-N -> New Algorithm.

3. Multipool & Inflation, We still discussing the solutions with team members to find the best way to solve it, but it will do nothing until we released Stealth Address.

4. Stealth Address, It is in progressing.  

Thanks,
bushido




This is great news and I will be watching even closer, which is hardly humanly possible. Keep up the good work.
9  Economy / Speculation / Re: Will the MIT experiment bring a spike in price? on: May 04, 2014, 10:46:05 PM
As academic research .. would be nice if each student keep tracking in a database and report what they did with the coins .. could be a nice statistical data sample... just a opinion Wink


That is a great idea. Surely they are going to do it, since this is termed "an experiment".
10  Economy / Speculation / Re: Will the MIT experiment bring a spike in price? on: May 04, 2014, 10:44:00 PM
The project is also getting local businesses to accept BTC.
Who cares about a (temporary) "spike in price", this exciting experiment is part of the massive long-term uptrend.  Smiley

Traders care about those temporary spikes. That is how they make money. The spikes and ebbs of the BTC price can be taken care of. This year has been nothing but "ebb" so far.
11  Economy / Speculation / Re: Will the MIT experiment bring a spike in price? on: May 04, 2014, 03:26:37 AM
I don't know what will happen, but over the long run it may convince other Universities to do the same, and thus the price will eventually rise as the demand by "higher-ups" increases for experiments such as these. I honestly is anyone's guess, but I think that it may only increase in the long run.

I agree it will rise. I did not want to be making predictions at the start of the thread. Plus, the reward halving again in 2016 will surely make it rise even more.
12  Economy / Speculation / Re: Will the MIT experiment bring a spike in price? on: May 03, 2014, 12:57:31 PM

even if all the students cashed out in 1 day on the major exchanges that people use for pricing bitcoin, 1000 coins wont make a dent.. if they cashed out through local bitcoins it definetly wont make a dent. and if they cashed out at different times using localbitcoins, foodler, overstock.com, and many other vendors. it will most definetly not even leave a scratch.

1000 bitcoins is nothing, when you look at the big picture of exchange volume each day. but the potential those 1000 coins can bring to students as part of MIT projects and USING bitcoin. can be astronomical.

you just need to realise that if atleast 20,000 businesses have entered the bitcoin ecosystem before even receiving a bitcoin. then imagine the tools, programs, mobile apps and other usful stuff smart people can come up with while using it.

now with all that said MIT could have saved alot of money by just offering the students coins from the testnet.

So... the long term will be beneficial. I agree that coming up with "useful stuff" (the innovation) will be what truly makes BTC useful.
13  Economy / Speculation / Re: Will the MIT experiment bring a spike in price? on: May 03, 2014, 12:53:40 PM
students themselves wont be putting their own fiat into bitcoin. the reason: because they're students and cant afford it.

what will happen is you will see alot more apps on itunes and google play that are bitcoin enabled. you will see lots of shopping cart extensions, payroll software and other financial gadgets,widgets and apps. all bitcoin enabled for everyone to use.

well thats the short-medium term things to see.. as for the long term you will see the students graduate and start their own businesses, thus bringing a new-wave of bitcoin related businesses.

.............. or, they will just cash out bitcoin for fiat and buy pizza and beer

More use by more people is good and should bring a good result. Apple has prohibited Bitcoin apps in the past. They would certainly give BTC a boost if they change their mind. Some of those MIT students are smarter than to just cash it out for beer.
14  Economy / Speculation / Will the MIT experiment bring a spike in price? on: May 02, 2014, 09:36:27 PM
MIT is giving 4500 undergrads $100 in BTC this Fall. What will happen to the price?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=590587.0
15  Economy / Services / Re: Butter Bot!: New Bitstamp, BTC-E, and MtGox EMA Trading Platform on: April 22, 2014, 09:46:41 PM
What is Butter Cream.. Could you point me to the thread page that announced it and what it is..

Thanks!

Try page 1 of this thread?

There is nothing about butter cream on page 1.  It's not even on google search.  In fact, other than a few people talking about it, there is no info in this entire thread about it.

Hi Gazza Smiley,
  Butter-Cream is our new Flagship product. It is a hosted bot solution with multiple indicators, (EMA, Bollinger Bands, MACD, RSI, etc.). What's really cool about it is that you can build your own strategy, you don't need to know any programming and pretty much the most novice person could put together a multiple indicator, complex strategy in a few minutes and back test it live.

Butter-Cream will go into closed Beta around the first or second week of May and we plan to deploy it soon afterword :=).

If you have any more questions about it, please just let me know Smiley.

Pablo.

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Butter-Cream will go into closed Beta around the first or second week of May and we plan to deploy it soon afterword :=).

Woo hoo!   Cheesy
16  Economy / Services / Re: Butter Bot!: New Bitstamp, BTC-E, and MtGox EMA Trading Platform on: April 14, 2014, 02:41:41 AM
Hi Pablo,

Will there be a limit to how many accounts that one person can buy with Butter-Cream?



Hey Smiley,
  You may only have one account associated per email address, but otherwise there will not be a limitation. If this becomes a problem for users I am sure we can find a work around.

Because you will be able to create your own strategies with multiple indicators and have as many as you like on file, the limitation will actually be on how many different strategies (bots) you can have active at any one time so as to keep server resources manageable. But we will allow users to scale up if they want to run more than say a few bots.

Hope that helps Smiley.


Pablo.




Yes, that helps. That is real good news. Thanks a lot.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Why governments will not ban bitcoin on: April 13, 2014, 01:00:36 PM
Last I checked, Iceland was the only place BTC is "banned"/illegal.

Do you think that is because of Auroracoin?
18  Economy / Services / Re: Butter Bot!: New Bitstamp, BTC-E, and MtGox EMA Trading Platform on: April 13, 2014, 12:57:53 PM
Hi Pablo,

Will there be a limit to how many accounts that one person can buy with Butter-Cream?

19  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: We already have money. Why do we need Bitcoin?? on: April 10, 2014, 02:21:02 AM
The reason Bitcoin is needed is because we need good money.

With dollars you are funding a lot of bad stuff, like wars, invasions, and it is money that you do not control.
With Bitcoins the rules of the game are clearly defined.

It is about freedom to do things better.

Also is depends if you believe if money should be based on debt or not.

Also you are standing to the man and telling him you can do things better not only with words but with action, and I think he is beginning to learn to listen.

Also if we compare to what the US constitution defines as money neither the dollar or bitcoin comply, but at least bitcoin comes closer it terms of compliance.


This is it. Money is not debt.
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is doomed. Thanks IRS!!! on: April 06, 2014, 01:40:46 AM
It's not illegal. That's good news.

Remember, the IRS only taxes Americans. There are 248 nations.

But the USA is the richest nation on the planet...by quite some way. This will have a negative effect on Bitcoin.

LOL, which planet?Huh



Exactly, the US is bankrupt.
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