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421  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: February 19, 2018, 10:39:26 AM

Keep in mind the kids come first.  Everyone else comes second.

That means that making the kids suffer because the mother slept around is the wrong answer.
No. I come first. Then my kids - (...)


I seriously doubt you have kids. and if so, I feel really sorry for them.

Aaand there's the left with their obligatory ad hominem. No arguments, just attack the guy who says things you don't like, cause, like I'm right so you must be an idiot.


lol, you came here - went to the pages of wo posts and this triggered you to defend him? he said, when it comes to kids: "No. I come first. Then my kids - (...).
based on only this i stated that i doubt he has kids. because if he had kids, he most probably wouldn't write such egoistic, selfish, self-serving crab. that is not ad hominem. it is an assumption, based on what he wrote. then I stated that if he really had kids - and still believes he is more important than his kids - then I would feel sorry for them. how is it ad hominem to feel bad for kids who have a selfish, egoistic dad, that he himself proclaimed to be?
to become a parent is the most overwhelming thing that can happen to you. it is fulfilling your biological/genetic reason to be on this planet. it usually completely blows away selfishness in any possible way. life has a meaning when you have kids.
if your meaning in life is "no. I come first" then I feel ultimately sorry for you (not ad hominem) and i would conclude that you are a complete ugly stinking fucking arsehole with a character that should not aim for reproduction (maximum ad hominem  Cheesy)
422  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: February 18, 2018, 09:59:58 PM

Keep in mind the kids come first.  Everyone else comes second.

That means that making the kids suffer because the mother slept around is the wrong answer.
No. I come first. Then my kids - (...)


I seriously doubt you have kids. and if so, I feel really sorry for them.
I have said many times that I do not have any yet. There is nothing to doubt. Try to pay attention. Twat.

i have said many times that you are a fascist/racist/social darwinist. there is nothing to doubt. try to become a human being.
kids? you? yeah, good luck with finding a woman that is attracted to your intellectual beauty.

423  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: February 18, 2018, 09:41:43 PM
Are we going to the moon tomorrow or fucking what?

why not both?
424  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: February 18, 2018, 09:39:06 PM

Keep in mind the kids come first.  Everyone else comes second.

That means that making the kids suffer because the mother slept around is the wrong answer.
No. I come first. Then my kids - (...)


I seriously doubt you have kids. and if so, I feel really sorry for them.
425  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: February 18, 2018, 07:42:40 PM
@Saxnot: Das BCash Protokoll ist nicht kompatibel mit dem Bitcoin Protokoll, da es ein Hardfork ohne Konsens war/ist.
Nun versucht BCash mit der Namensähnlichkeit "Bitcoin Cash" die Popularität von Bitcoin auszunutzen und Trittbrett zu fahren.

Das ist garantiert nicht die Intention von BCH. BCH ist Bitcoin mit geringen Fees. Wenn für dich hohe fees und lange tx Dauer ok ist, dann ist ja alles gut.
Für viele in der Community ist das nicht ok. Daher der Fork.


soso, mit geringen fees also?

check this out:

The average transaction fee on Bcash is now more expensive than the average transaction fee on Bitcoin.




 Cheesy

426  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Wozu in Alts investieren wenn sich eh alles nach BTC orientiert ? on: February 18, 2018, 06:46:53 PM
@JonathanD genau das sehe ich auch als Grund und auch als Potential.

Der BTC ist bei einem Wert von 10.000 Euro, da kann man vielleicht 0.1 kaufen - steigt er um 100 Euro, sind das gerade mal noch 10 Euro "Gewinn".
Atl-Coins um 1€ kann ich 100 kaufen, steigt er um 50 Cent sind das 50 Euro "Gewinn".

lol. was ist das für ein eigenartiges beispiel. wenn du 0.1 btc kaufst und der steigt dann um satte 1% dann ist das natürlich weniger gewinn als wenn du einen shitcoin kaufst, der dann 50% steigt.

redlicherweise solltest du von gleichen prozentualen steigerungen ausgehen und dann ist der gewinn gleich hoch. wobei das risiko bei bitcoin viel geringer ist, denn das ist ein funktionierender coin und keine marketingseifenblase, die euch via coinmarketcap ständig die %-karotte vor den kopf hält und euch das geld aus den taschen zieht.
427  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: February 18, 2018, 02:59:31 PM
https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/02/17/polands-central-bank-secretly-paid-youtubers-slander-cryptos

wtf?!  wie arm ist das denn? 30k€ damit ein populärer youtuber eine FUD kampagne gegen cryptos fährt?

wieviele forum trolls hier wohl bezahlt sind von der bundesbank? 


428  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: February 18, 2018, 02:10:51 PM
smoking gun detected.

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A Polish Youtuber, with around one million subscribers, was paid circa $30,000 by the Central Bank of Poland, in collaboration with the Polish Financial Supervision Authority, to portray cryptocurrencies in a negative light without disclosing the payment in the video.

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The Central Bank of Poland has admitted that “it carried out a campaign on the issue of virtual currencies in social media,” without providing any further comment on the matter.

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/02/17/polands-central-bank-secretly-paid-youtubers-slander-cryptos


imagine how many government agencies besides the central bank have engaged in such fuck-up propaganda. and now add the 180 other countries besides Poland and all their agencies/departments. and now add all the private companies besides agencies like private banks, clearing houses, credit card companies, etc, etc, etc, etc that fear/hate bitcoin.

now you know why there is an never ending rotten spill of shills, bitcoin-doomers, haters, distractors, trolls, fuck-ups in this forum. they are all paid. they are professional trolls. ignore them, don't quote them, don't read them. their agenda is to sow FUD inside your brain... don't let them.
429  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: February 18, 2018, 09:25:43 AM
ich denke wir werden Heute eine Fette Rote 1d Kerze sehen  Shocked
haben etwa paar Walle gewettet 1w doch noch rot zu zeichnen?

also schön Anschnallen...

Kurse von unter 8000$ - noch heute? das bezweifle ich. wenn es schlecht läuft auf ca. 10k $.
430  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: February 17, 2018, 08:54:12 PM
Just find it funny that the American Revolution was sparked in part by a 5% tax.  They would be burning everything in sight if they had to deal with today's taxes.  

Calculated my effective tax was about 55% at one point.  Income Fed/State Tax, SS, Medicare, Property, Sales taxes on everything you buy.  It's getting out of control really.

Blame the current income tax situation on the prohibitionists. In order to get alcohol banned, the government needed to come up with an alternate source of revenue. Unfortunately, by the time prohibition got repealed, FDR came into power and the government wanted the extra money for the New Deal. Later they wanted to fund a war. Now the US federal government is bloated in social programs and "defense." Not sure why the US feels it needs to outspend the rest of the nations in defense. It's especially ridiculous since most of the wars the US have been involved in since WWII have resulted in stalemates or a loss. Only victory that I recall was Operation Desert Storm.

the u.s. is the modern rome. it rules over an imperium that is the biggest and mightiest in history.  this is the pax americana. the u.s. itself and all its allies, especially western europe have lived very well in the past decades because of this imperium. it needs to outcompete the entire world because it rules -almost- over the entire world. the wars the u.s. fights are not about winning but about destabilizing.
431  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Electroneum just HYPE? Watch 2 min video and find out!! on: February 17, 2018, 08:26:15 PM
Project sucks, CEO sucks and the community sucks.

Just a bunch of hype and a deluded community that thinks it can achieve a marketcap of 1 trillion

I agree. scam. stay away.
432  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: ELECTRONEUM SPECULATION THREAD on: February 17, 2018, 08:06:56 PM


They have offices in England
The dev is the founder and CEO of a marketing company that is valued at 50 million dollars, and has clients such as Avon and Herbalife for example. He is not throwing all that away for a crypto scam.



to me that sounds alarming. if the dev is a marketing specialist with scam clients like herbalife than this is not an argument for this coin. rather the opposite.

what good is all the "mobile mining" pitch, when it isn't real mining but just fake mining? I mean, what is the point of your coin when the only new feature isn't a feature but a simulation.  imho, this entire coin is a simulation. beware of investing in such crab. incredible.
433  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: ELECTRONEUM SPECULATION THREAD on: February 17, 2018, 07:56:11 PM
Maybe this has been answered a million times already, but what are the minimum specs to actually mine with the mobile?
And would anyone recommend using a phone that a person is using in their normal daily activities, or should the phone for mining indeed be an old phone that is not on daily normal use?

Maybe mobile mining wont very effective method at all, but as an idea it seems very interesting Smiley

It really has been asked at least a million times. I will answer also so we can have a million answers to the same question to help balance it out.

Basically you are not actually mining. As long as a phone has Play Store (it will come to Apple store in the near future) and lets you download it then it will work, which will be for most, if not all Android phones.

It is just an app that will make it look like it is mining by simulating to give you the mining experience. How much you mine will depend on the specs of your phone as the app will look up what specs of your phone and based on that your hashrate (how fast you mine) will be determined. An example would be, you can expect an Samsung Galaxy S8 to mine more than say an S7 or S6.

Now keep in mind, there is no actual mining going on in the traditional sense, so it will not be using up much if hardly any at all of your phones resources. This means your phone will not get boiling hot and the battery will not get drained super quick. My guess would be it will just run in the background and use 1-3% of your battery life for the day. If it was real mining, your phone would be boiling hot and the battery would last probably about an hour.

It being simulated mining does not take anything away however. You still get Electroneum just like real miners do. Same result, just witout making your phone useless while doing so.  I hope this helps explain it further Smiley

but... when it is only a simulation, what good is for other than a marketing trick? why is ETN important and what can it do better than the 1499 other coins?
434  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Speculation (Altcoins) / Re: Top 5 coins to invest? on: February 17, 2018, 07:49:16 PM
1. BITCOIN
2. BTC
3. bitcoin
4. btc
5. Bitcoin - the one and only.

all alts are either scams or stupid. remember the 90ies and the rise of the internet? remember aol or compuserve? those were "walled" internet kind of ideas. and exactly how many internets do we have today?

investing in alts is like investing in "new internets" in the late 90ies. because the web was slow and could never scale,,..? how many alts exist today? 1500? are you really sure we need 1500 different internets in the future.

alts will burn in hell and so will your investment. pull out and invest in the future: bitcoin
435  Economy / Speculation / Re: Global Crypto Bear Market on: February 17, 2018, 07:33:11 PM
Thank you Joerii, it means a lot to me when people who have been around for a longer time realize the nature of markets that there are periods with low risk/reward and periods of high risk/reward and you don't necessarily have to expose yourself to the latter.

I agree with you trading on pure emotion is bad. But, as you gain more experience, I find that emotions or notions, if they persist for a longer time, then it's because you sense that something isn't right.

For 20 months, I have had peace with my Bitcoin position, not even bothering to check on it too much save for the latest craze. But as all the information sunk in and the most likely scenario began to unfold, I could not have possibly fallen asleep while hodling this bag.


how did it all work out for you? have you bought back in since june 2017?
436  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: February 17, 2018, 06:06:10 PM
erst hab ich gedacht "das kann nicht stimmen" ein artikel über bitcoin von harold james!? harold james ist ein in fachkreisen sehr respektierter historiker, er ist experte in wirtschafts- und finanzgeschichte.  ich hatte mein grosses "aha" erlebnis bezüglich bitcoin als ich in technikgeschichtlichen seminaren verblüffendes zum thema geschichte der digitalisierung erfahren habe.
dementsprechend war ich sehr auf diesen artikel gespannt. historiker haben den durchblick und so...  Wink nur die überschrift hat mich verwirrt:
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Kryptowährung Bitcoin: Nur ein Spielball für Naive?
Wie werthaltig neue Formen von Geld sind, lässt sich derzeit noch nicht sagen, zu groß ist die Zahl der Unsicherheitsfaktoren.
von Harold James
16.02.2018 um 18:14

gut, die headline wird ja oft von den redakteuren gemacht, also bestand immer noch hoffnung. und so beginnt der artikel:

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Die außerordentliche Volatilität des Bitcoin und anderer Kryptowährungen bedroht in jüngster Zeit nicht nur das internationale Finanzsystem, sondern auch die politische Ordnung.


wait...what??! WHAT THE FUCK??? harold, cambridge absolvent und professor in princeton (mehr ivy league geht ja wohl nicht) du bist experte für wirtschaftsgeschichte und knallst dann SO EINEN BEKLOPPTEN HAMMER gleich im ersten satz deines kommentars raus?  bitcoin also schuld am niedergang des internationalen finanzsystems? LOL. und ein gefährder der politischen ordnung? bitcoin??? im ernst? nicht die raffgierigen banker, sondern die nerds sind also schuld.

harold james macht einen auf roubini oder stiglitz. u n f a s s b a r.
ich hab direkt aufgehört zu lesen. dass mass an unredlicher dummheit ist direkt übergelaufen. sportliche leistung, harold. ein vorbild weniger. thank you.

https://diepresse.com/home/meinung/gastkommentar/5373416/Gastkommentar_Kryptowaehrung-Bitcoin_Nur-ein-Spielball-fuer-Naive


437  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: February 17, 2018, 12:04:34 PM
Ich habe heute in einer Zeitung, in der ich ansonsten die letzten Jahre nur Negatives gelesen hatte, etwas positives(?) gelesen. Da hat sich ein vermeintlicher Experte geäußert und war der Meinung, dass der Bitcoin in ein paar Jahren überholt wird und es bereits bessere Technologien wie z.B. Iota oder Ethereum gibt.

Ich weiß nicht ob die Medien aufgegeben haben die Blockchain bzw. die Kryptowährungen direkt anzugreifen (weil es sinnlos ist) und nun stattdessen einfach mal versuchen einen internen Krieg bei uns zu verursachen  Grin Grin

Die meisten selbsternannten "Experten" kommen ja aus der traditionellen Finanzecke und haben vielleicht Ahnung von Zahlenschubsen und Dreieck malen aber absoult 0 Verständnis von Software/Softwareentwicklung. Die sehen nur: ,,Oh Coin X hat eine viiiel kürzere Blockzeit, eine größere max. Blocksize und einen zentralen Blockchain Koordinator. Das muss ja besser sein als Bitcoin! K-L-U-K!

Kann ich zumindest nicht ernst nehmen. Tone Vays ist da eine Ausnahme weil er auch die technischen Aspekte versteht.

"Blockchain-Fachmann Philipp Sandner von der Frankfurt School of Finance"

Ist die Person mit der Aussage, ich weiß natürlich nicht wie kompetent die besagte Person ist.


bemerkenswert wie leichtfertig da jemand seine akademische reputation in die waagschale legt und so einen bockmist verzapft. wie kann man denn ein seit fast einen jahrzehnt (!!!!!) stabil laufendes netzwerk mit reinen konzepten, die in der praxis noch garnicht ihre wirksamkeit/sicherheit/notwendigkeit bewiesen haben, vergleichen? kann man schon, aber dann muss man doch auf diesen unterscheid hinweisen.
blockchain kam in die wet via bitcoin. blockchain ist ein teil der bitcoin technologie. blockchain ohne incentivezed token aufbau, was soll das wem bringen?
der herr ist also experte für einen teil der bitcoin technologie. und sagt der andere teil sei veraltet.

freu mich schon drauf es herrn sandner bei zukünftigen gelegenheiten immer schön daran zu erinnern was für ein neutraler, aufgeklärter akademiker er ist....
438  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: February 17, 2018, 11:50:24 AM
Perhaps, I may have to change my cashing out formula because the formula allows for my selling about 1% for every 10% price rise, so for example, if I start out with $100, and the price shoots up 10x, then I have cashed out about the equivalent of my original investment of $100 but I still have about 9x of the principle which is $900. The same thing is true for the next 10x and the next 10x, so if anyone follows such a formula, then he would not run out of BTC to sell in the event that the price continues to increase by 10x, yet he will have accumulated a lot of fiat, to decide whether to keep it for reinvesting (because I don't think that we ever go up a straight 10x without some kind of price correction in there) or to cash some or all of that fiat out.

Why cash out at all if you already have enough fiat?  Why not just ride the whole stack up?  
Because shit happens. And it allows for buying back lower down.

Finally, you stepped out of your race hating hut, and you proclaimed something that makes a whole hell of a lot of sense...

I had a quick flash thought of giving you a merit that dissipated quickly when I realized that I cannot give merits for just a string of one good post.  hahahahahaha   Tongue
Got nothing to do with hate.

Maybe, for some strange reason, I was mixing you up with that bug?  I will try to pay closer attention in the future.

better put him on perma-ignore. he is a pathological social darwinist that would have had his time in the 1930ies in germany, italy, austria, spain. he believes that the group he can be classified in (and that he was just randomly happened to be born in) is superior to other groups.  
439  Economy / Speculation / Re: Wall Observer BTC/USD - Bitcoin price movement tracking & discussion on: February 16, 2018, 05:26:01 PM

Dropped out of art college in 1967, quit all 3 jobs I had in my life, 2 in less than 6 months, been job-free since 1977 (just say no) and have been living a fun life ever since.
(...)
I was doing just fine before Bitcoin earned me an obscene amount. Life is good.


good to see that. congrats.
440  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: February 15, 2018, 08:54:11 AM
Wie ist denn mittlerweile eure Meinung zur Bulltrap?


Schau auf den RSI und es dürfte klar werden  Wink

du hast recht! hab mir den 1week RSI auf stamp angeschaut und muss sagen: da ist noch Luft nach oben....  Cheesy


edit: ich glaub ich hab was vergessen (vielleicht reicht der smily nicht):  /s
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