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3181  Economy / Digital goods / Re: Ebook: Invest some money to gain some money! on: December 26, 2015, 06:29:02 PM
Do I need to invest that 10$ with the free vouch too?
Yes, but you can also do it with less money but then it is more risky, if you are interested in the method, I will be able to give you a vouch copy.
Send me a PM and I will send you the download link Smiley

Oh, well that settles it, I don't want one.. I don't want to HAVE to invest to give the review if I don't want to..
Eddie, seeing as you don't want it can @FruitBaskets give it to me instead?

I don't mind at all, but that's up to him..
3182  Economy / Digital goods / Re: Ebook: Invest some money to gain some money! on: December 26, 2015, 06:25:55 PM
Do I need to invest that 10$ with the free vouch too?
Yes, but you can also do it with less money but then it is more risky, if you are interested in the method, I will be able to give you a vouch copy.
Send me a PM and I will send you the download link Smiley

Oh, well that settles it, I don't want one.. I don't want to HAVE to invest to give the review if I don't want to..
3183  Economy / Digital goods / Re: Ebook: Invest some money to gain some money! on: December 26, 2015, 06:15:46 PM
I have leaked a few moms in my day but not yours, I don't think, lol

No I am not an alt of him but it's OK.. Give it to someone else I don't mind..
3184  Economy / Digital goods / Re: Ebook: Invest some money to gain some money! on: December 26, 2015, 06:07:56 PM
I am a noob to BTCtalk but I have been trading alts for a couple years now and this is my handle across many exchange's trollboxes and other places so this is not just some throwaway account.

I am not about to become just another scammer and actually do have the BTC to test this method (as evidence here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1296518.0) if I feel it is a good investment to try out.

The altcoin trading scene has gone to heck in a handbasket lately so I am trying to find new ways to satisfy my addiction of increasing my BTC stash.
3185  Economy / Digital goods / Re: Ebook: Invest some money to gain some money! on: December 26, 2015, 05:42:49 PM
I'd also be interested in taking a vouch copy if you want..
3186  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Where to invest my BTC on: December 26, 2015, 05:32:02 PM
I have done some lending on poloniex and I feel that is pretty safe but you only get about 0.0135% interest per day on there standard loans..


I have really played with it a lot and have actually found a way to pretty much double your earnings with it by taking advantage of how the polo bot works with your loans on autorenew. It takes about .25BTC for the method to work best but the method will help if you have less than that but you reach the full effect with around .25BTC in lending with deminishing returns after that but the method still beats standard loans not using the method for more BTC invested.

It is actually pretty simple... Do you want to know?
3187  Other / Politics & Society / Re: [POTUS 2016] Who will you pick? on: December 26, 2015, 05:19:06 PM
Trump FTW!!

At this time Trump winning in the poll by 700%..
3188  Economy / Speculation / Re: Oops Price is 425$ Now... on: December 26, 2015, 05:12:10 PM
Healthy correction.. I can see it hard bottoming at about $360.. I don't trade fiat, but if I did, I'd get my buys in at $362.50-$365
3189  Other / Politics & Society / Re: All Biological women are Bisexual (Shown by Every study done on female sexuality on: December 26, 2015, 03:25:34 PM
Retard: Are you bisexual?

Woman: No. I am not.

Retard: But as per my study, all the females are bisexual. So you must be bisexual.

Woman: I don't care about your study. GTFO, and leave me alone.

 Grin

They are also known quite well to fib..
3190  Other / Off-topic / Re: Do you own any weapons? on: December 26, 2015, 02:48:15 PM
What a bunch of forking liberals...

I have prolly 4BTC worth of ammo alone and even have an AR500/Kevlar vest..
3191  Economy / Services / Re: INCREASED PAYOUT(7/13) ۩۞۩ secondstrade.com ★signature campaign★upto 0.0006/post on: December 26, 2015, 02:03:07 PM
I have upgraded to member and changed my sig for you..
3192  Economy / Speculation / Re: Why Btc price fall? on: December 26, 2015, 01:50:23 PM
BUY BUY BUY!!!
3193  Other / Politics & Society / Re: USA or Russia? #CW2 #let'sbegin on: December 25, 2015, 05:01:32 PM
You are from Russia and support war/want to go to war with USA?

What good exactly do you think that would do? For you?

Where? You want a couple hundred k boots on the ground war in Syria? Exchange some small bombs? Or do ya wanna break out the nukes?

Do you really think you could win under any circumstances?
3194  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: Mining hardware in a car ? on: December 25, 2015, 12:52:54 AM
A car does not simply generate electricity by moving, that energy comes out of your gasoline.

Gas turns the engine and the engine turns a belt that turns the alternator. The extra energy your alternator will have to take from the engine to power the miner directly burns more gasoline a a result.

The alternator is controlled by the voltage regulator, it pretty much tells the alternator how hard to work depending on the power needs at the time. In normal operation the car doesn't require that much electrical energy to operate so the alternator doesn't work as hard as it can, putting only the minimum draw on the engines power. Increasing the draw by adding accesories, such as a miner, increases the load on the alternator and the strain on your engine.

I'm pretty sure that your car is not going to be able to efficiently enough convert gasoline into electricity $/KwH to compete with an electric company so it will just cost you more. Instead of paying for your miner's energy on your electric bill you will be paying more for the same thing at the pump when you fuel your car.
3195  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Blockchain transaction fee just got doubled on: December 24, 2015, 11:16:08 AM
As far as I know no fees make the chain go faster, higher fees just kindof let you cut in line and get your transaction processed before others with lower fees..

Higher fees are supposed to help mitigate spam attacks, where people send tons of transactions to clutter up the network to hurt BTC, this makes these attacks more expensive.

But think about it, if USA, Russia, or China gov't want to do an attack like this to stop Bitcoin do you really think that they care if it costs them $1,000,000 to do it? I doubt they even care whether it costs $10k or $1mm, doesn't make a bit of difference to them really you think?

If it's just a matter of how much money it costs to stop Bitcoin. Do you really think we will be able to outspend the big dogs with transaction fees if they decide to do this? I think not..  
3196  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Trump is the next president on: December 24, 2015, 11:06:52 AM
I would love to see Trump get the job but I don't want to get my hopes up and be disappointed..
I do not agree with 100% of the things Trump says or stand for but many of the things he is bringing to the table I just feel are too good to be true..
3197  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Blockchain transaction fee just got doubled on: December 24, 2015, 11:02:36 AM
Many new users get there first bitcoins in microtransactions from faucets and such and a big point of this is so they can send some BTC around and get a feel for how it works.

This is quite detrimental to this, these newcomers are going to see high % fees on there transactions like this and be turned off to the whole BTC environment due to this. I really think all this transactions fees raising stuff is going to hurt new user adoption, there must be a better way..
3198  Bitcoin / Press / Re: [2015-12-24] Vedomosti: Russia must not ban bitcoin on: December 24, 2015, 10:54:30 AM
"And that would be especially profitable for Russia, the article states. The more electricity a country can provide, the bigger mining computer cluster it can support. With Russia’s volume of electricity production it would be possible to create a large-scale bitcoin mining industry."

In the name of making money mining.. I was hoping for a better supporting argument than that..
3199  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Lawmakers Have Snuck CISA Into a Bill That Is Guaranteed to Become a Law on: December 24, 2015, 10:50:02 AM
They are just going to do whatever they want anyway. IMO the importnt thing is to know that they are watching everything, not just assume or doubt. So watch your ass if you are not protecting your privacy yourself, the gov't will not be doing it for you..
3200  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / New iOS Camera App, Uproov, Signals End of Fake Videos and Photos on: December 24, 2015, 03:21:27 AM
I think this is pretty cool, check it out..

"Recordings taken through the Uproov App are tamper-proof and therefore any changes to even just one pixel or byte renders the recording invalid, as it is checked against its blockchain record written from the original picture you took with Uproov. This means that for the first time you really can be sure that an image or video recording really is true – unedited - and completely original."

http://www.coindesk.com/press-releases/new-ios-camera-app-uproov-signals-end-fake-videos-photos/

uproov.com

I am no blockchain guru but this seems like a fascinating use of blockchain technology that could really be of great service to a lot of people. For example, the traders here, where trust is king and being able to really PROVE something is gold.

I did a search here because I wanted to know more from those more experienced in how this cryptoographic proof stuff really works, but there is only 1 hit for "uproov".

What do you think?
Could this be a big help to many of the people here that conduct business?
I see a lot of "oh, that could just be photoshopped", or "take a picture with a piece of paper with your btctalk acct name and date written on it" etc. Maybe this could be of use for these types of situations?

It seems like it's automatically signing a bitcoin addy with your pic/vid file therefore it can later be authenticated just like a signed message or be void if even one pixel is changed just as if any single character in a signed message is changed it invalidates the whole thing..

I am also assuming this works on THE bitcoin blockchain, it seems they just say "the blockchain" so I really don't know..
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