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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: We are only rich on spreadsheets on: December 01, 2019, 03:46:54 PM
Bounty hunters are the most effective cryptocurrency and blockchain advertisers. There are thousands of people trying to create and share content about cryptocurrencies on various social media platforms. They help people better understand cryptocurrency projects. Currently there are many bonus projects with little bonuses but I appreciate their efforts. They absolutely deserve their bonus for what they did.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: China is Crushing The U.S. in Blockchain Adoption on: December 01, 2019, 03:42:46 PM
China is only interested in Blockchain technology and it will do everything to bring Blockchain applications into the fields it manages.
In the United States, they don't ban blockchain development, but they will do everything for their country's blockchain to be regulated.
The number of users and the amount of money invested in cryptocurrencies in the US is much larger than that of China. The United States will create a healthy environment for Blockchain to grow but doing so will have few companies that meet SEC standards. And China is trying to monopolize when it tries to launch cryptocurrency and blockchain applications.
I think China is doing a good job of building a Blockchain country but not in the cryptocurrency business. They are building a blockchain rather than building a cryptocurrency trading market.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Blockchain-based Elections? on: November 29, 2019, 07:10:42 AM
If they can do that, it would be great, but which country will apply this model? The election on the blockchain will make the right to amend the results almost zero. Political systems are all imposed and elected only formally when they already know the outcome in advance.
4  Economy / Economics / Re: Crimes involving crypto have risen on: November 29, 2019, 02:22:28 AM
Exchanges they have too much money and the security of these exchanges is not good. In addition, fraudulent cryptocurrency wallet projects in the form of ponzi also bring many risks for investors. In essence, the altcoin's blockchains and Bitcoin;s blockchain are hard to hack, nearly impossible.
5  Economy / Economics / Re: Taxless society idea on: November 29, 2019, 02:05:39 AM
A tax-free society is one without any social security, no free roads, no social services, no laws, no police, no police. There is a leader of the country.
Paying taxes helps contribute everyone's money to create the society you live in today.
The economy of a country is being effectively spent and regulated by the state. The capitalist will become monopoly because there is no state control. The capitalists will find a way to make more money. The most disadvantageous one is us. The idea of ​​a country without taxes is crazy. People are not as good as you think.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Is this really a good plan? on: November 29, 2019, 01:57:49 AM
If you delve into the crypto you choose to take part in the bonus campaign, that's great. Giving up by colleagues doesn't mean you have to give up. To assess the quality of a project we often consider factors such as the leadership team, their partners, their investors, what they have done, their plans in the future and the interaction from the community.
There are many bonus projects implemented in 2018 and paid at a later time. If you are a bounty hunter then you should look for the best project that fits your standards. You just need to implement it and be patient.
For investing in new projects I recommend choosing projects that already have specific products. Because this will avoid fraud and the risk of discounts.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: SCAM ICOs, what we can do? on: November 29, 2019, 01:46:21 AM
The safest way is to not participate in any ICO programs and wait for them to be listed on stable transactions for several months and then determine if you invest in the project or not.
ICO, IEO or STO are startup projects and now there are some projects that have their own products. But the value of a project is determined by many different factors. The most important investment is profit. When listed on the transaction will know the needs of the user. That is a factor promoting value for the project.
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin and New Ukrainian cinema on: November 27, 2019, 01:47:55 PM
A country run primarily by service and industry in their economic structure. Agriculture only accounts for 9.9%.
According to my previous research, Ukraine banned bitcoin and did not allow the circulation of Bitcoin.
Only a short time ago, Law No. 140-IX ( came into effect after the revision of the Ukrainian Constitution forced all citizens of the country to disclose the electronic money they own. Not only that, they must also provide the quantity information their relative owns.
But after a while their people were banned from trading or exchanging Bitcoin, their awareness was certainly limited to Bitcoin.
It's possible that the aforementioned films only cleverly match Bitcoin awareness to their people. If these films were to be exported to other countries, it would mean a lot more.

9  Economy / Exchanges / Re: Upbit hack ...going to Huobi Korea! on: November 27, 2019, 01:29:55 PM
You may be a huobi follower, but specifically introduce what you want to convey to the community. Not that there is such a coarse-looking link.
Houbi is a good trading platform and has never been hacked by hackers but it is completely an exchange from China. Koreans may not like it because the bithumb, upbit and more exchanges was rejected when they offered to build their market in China.
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Pay for your stay with crypto on: November 27, 2019, 01:22:49 PM
That is great, people can freely use their money to pay for accommodation in crypto without having to switch to other forms of payment. But I wonder if payment crypto use is illegal in countries where crypto is banned?
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What will happen after cryptocurrency on: November 27, 2019, 01:19:20 PM
In essence, money will remain anonymous and convenient. What is the next currency? This is a pretty good question. Currently the money we are using is the most common banknote. Until the emergence of smart devices appeared smart payment via QR codes, ATM cards ... it was a new form of payment from the development of science and technology. But if in the future, society is no longer stable and world war breaks out or the earth is invaded, the internet is blocked. Can people still exchange money through smart devices? Maybe we use banknotes, or gold or anything that can be exchanged as our ancestors. It must be something of tangible value, not intangible value like Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Bounties (Altcoins) / Re: 🚀🔥🚀[Bounty:$350k] BBOD - First Zero-fee Crypto Derivatives Exchange 🚀 on: November 26, 2019, 10:03:37 AM
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13  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: New transaction malleability attack wave? Another stresstest? on: October 05, 2015, 05:19:53 PM
Lol .. funny. May I ask you the same question ? why don't "YOU" ? You seem very fond of it.
Bitcoin concept is broken. Nobody can fix it. Point.
I do not have any reason to do useless (in long term) things.

EDIT : And may I say .. you seem very interested in protecting the developers ... why is that ?
Because I am software developer either. I do not work in bitcoin-related industry.
You are asking something from the bitcoin core developers, but you are not paying them and even not contributing.
Is it correct behavior?

Again .. what is it that you know about me that leads you to these conclusions? Nothing. So STFU bro. ( and by bro I mean asshat )
14  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: New transaction malleability attack wave? Another stresstest? on: October 05, 2015, 04:54:18 PM
why this word remain in our lexicon astonishes and perplexes me.
May I ask a question?
Why you... Yes, I've said "you"!
Why you did nothing these 1.5 years and this word is still in our lexicon?
Who should do anything for you? Me? Or core developers?

Lol .. funny. May I ask you the same question ? why don't "YOU" ? You seem very fond of it.

EDIT : And may I say .. you seem very interested in protecting the developers ... why is that ?
EDIT2: And frankly .. who the fuck are "you" to ask "me" what I have or haven't done lately?

15  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: New transaction malleability attack wave? Another stresstest? on: October 05, 2015, 04:27:41 PM
I image it would be a high priority to fix any possible exploits that might expose its total lack of ability to do this - which this attack - ONCE AGAIN PROVES.
I have to repeat: fixing this particular "exploit" is more dangerous than leaving it "as is".

I think the thing I am trying to express is that I am neither for nor against the exploit or the fix or non fix.. the point is Bitcoin is a solution stack and should be provided as such- MT Gox was the first most visible point when malleability became an issue- it should have been addressed conclusively then, why this word remain in our lexicon astonishes and perplexes me.

Credit card companies don't give people credit cards with gay abandon not knowing how it will be settled on the back end. Bitcoin should be no different if it wishes to compete with them (I believe our ideological best use scenario).
16  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: New transaction malleability attack wave? Another stresstest? on: October 05, 2015, 03:41:25 PM
No doubt someone will call me a troll .. which is the standard behavior toward people that share their opinion which happens to be contrary to the shared (although now seemingly badly fragmented, which may be a good thing in the long run. If there is descent there may still be hope) consciousness of the all holy developers (assuming of course the fragmentation isn't just a manufactured front to confuse everyone even more than they already are) :

Malleability is what the "venerable" Mr Karples blamed the fall of Mt. Gox on .. whether or not this is true can perhaps be disputed, BUT,  IF I was a developer of a piece of software that based it sole purpose of existence on the TRUST of its ability to reliably  transact in an accurate and secure fashion, I image it would be a high priority to fix any possible exploits that might expose its total lack of ability to do this - which this attack - ONCE AGAIN PROVES.  If this happens to be because of a toolkit that is broken then I would take it upon myself to provide alternative tools that might produce better results -i.e. instead of shitting on people, allowing them to eat mutated transaction that could potentially put them out of business and then call it "a good test". It's like poisoning your baby to see if it's strong enough to walk. Ridiculously retarded.  PS:  I am not calling the attacker retarded. He is highlighting a valuable lesson that needs to be learned at some point. I wonder if it will happen any time soon?

I believe it is almost November - time to light another candle.. I need to check and see if the accounting system has been deprecated yet. meh .. you know I don't actually care. This whole thing dying a slow and horrible death and the fucking retarded attitude towards the whole ecosystem makes me very very sad.

I bet this post gets deleted by his highness gmaxwell .. whatever..  

17  Other / Meta / Re: Who are the most trustworthy Bitcointalk users? on: November 20, 2014, 02:56:00 PM
FWIW, for some strange reason, I think Con is the only dude I trust on here.

I can't explain why.

What about that guy who gave you a 100% refund on a delayed deal, before you even had to ask, I'm sure he deserves some love Cheesy

Because swinging your dick at another dick gets positive results. Seems like someone missed an opportunity at self improvement here.
18  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: labcoin lawsuit on: September 26, 2014, 11:52:53 AM
I told you all he was a fucking thieving cunt ....

But then no one ever listens to me. oh well .. happy lawsuiting.

If you know who I am .. and you remember when I called him a fucking thieving cunt . you can join us on - we still use teamspeak. Can't guaranteee a vote in though .. and bg4 and dacaman .. don't bother.

The one eye'd wonder and the austrian prick that works for blue coat systems who's name is neeed not bother.

Donkey .. I love you ... come and fist me please!!!

some old memories I kept ... not much is edited .. so have a BALL trawling though all that shit.

19  Economy / Speculation / Re: Here we go on: May 23, 2014, 01:00:55 PM

EDIT: To be a bit melodramatic : I am actually rather depressed about it all - all the fun has been destroyed. Now it's just a super inconvenient way to pay for shit.

You are just sad that bitcoins amateur days are over. There are altcoins for you! Bitcoin, whether you like it or not, needs to grow, it can't be a garage pet project and rule the world at the same time.

Well.. then we need to quit moaning about price being what it is - and it being stalled.
20  Economy / Speculation / Re: Here we go on: May 23, 2014, 12:59:37 PM
So. When we look at present price situation we can easily see that OP chart is looking more realistic than a week ago. Isn't?  :-)

We haven't seen such rally from weeks ...

I am getting excited :-)

Rather late to the party aren't you?

Bitcoin has stopped dead below the long term down trend from Dec 2013. Volume has been dying back all the time and the 1 day momentum indicators look to be maxed out.

I am also heavily bearish. Nevermind the TA - most of the liquidity in the Bitcoin economy has been killed off by the mega and very serious miners. All they doing is turning electricity into heat right now and flipping bitcoins for more hardware to stay in the race to the bottom. Time/Block is still around 8 minutes which means we are still at 11-12 day retargets so ~20% diff increases. The curve is not flattening .. till it does I don't see any reason for the price to recover. (Yes I am linking Diff to Price - in my opinion they are linked - although not directly or very predictably ). mt.gox disaster is not finished and neither is the Shrem and SR horseshit either.

PS: TA is like making toast and seeing Jesus .. all it takes is bread and a toaster and a propensity for seeing Jesus in everything because that all you are thinking about. Likewise with TA : just use the zoom button / or change time resolution and you will find a picture you like.

And before someone jumps on me and says " Well mining isn't everything in the Bitcoin economy " - no it isn't. But it's what drove it in the past.

EDIT: To be a bit melodramatic : I am actually rather depressed about it all - all the fun has been destroyed. Now it's just a super inconvenient way to pay for shit.

There's a smart part in your post (mining and price are linked, though not in the obvious way that some seem to think it is), and a not so smart part. Sure, technical analysis tends to see patterns where there are none, but that's not the same as saying it is entirely incapable of picking up changes in supply and demand that can be profitably used in your trading decisions.

Re: your mining argument. I agree, the "professional" miners are one of /the/ most defining elements of the Bitcoin price function right now, but I'm not sure if we see it as having the same effect. The concentration of mining means that there is substantially more OTC trading, and less on-exchange volume.

While both miners and those who buy from miners could in principle try to  manipulate the on-exchange price to get a deal off-exchange that is more to their liking, I will for simplicity assume that those attempts would largely even each other out (though in reality I think the buyers have the better chance at successful manipulation, because they are the "old" money, and presumably have both more experience and more funds in total).

But like I said, I'll assume that both sides try, but fail, to move price on-exchange in the direction they'd prefer (miners: up, buyers: down). But one fact remains untouched by this: trading volume and price are heavily correlated, and almost certainly causally linked. And since the entire premise was that OTC volume rises while on-exchange volume is dropping (proportionally), the effect of big OTC deals depresses the /public/ price, while the actual price that would emerge if volume were on exchange again is in fact higher.

tl;dr the tendency for miners to go professional means more off-exchange deals, which means that the actual demand for coins is higher than can be read off from the demand on the exchanges, which means: Bitcoin is (as a tendency) undervalued.

RE: TA  I didn't say it's not helpful, I just said it is very very dependent on your state of mind when you are looking at the graphs - if one can remove all the emotion from your trading decisions then TA certainly is far more useful.

I agree with the rest of your observations.

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