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561  Other / Politics & Society / Re: This is the thread where you discuss free market, americans and libertarianism on: April 27, 2013, 08:14:03 PM
have you made aggressions against the state, which you are allowed to by NAP, that are hard to trace back to you?

2 things:
1: If they are retributive strikes against an oppressive government, they are not, by definition, aggression.
2: If I had, do you honestly think I would be stupid enough to admit it on a public forum?

However, no, I've made no violent actions against the government. They would be counterproductive, and wasteful. No violent revolution has ever gained the revolutionaries lasting liberty.
so, you sit in front of your computer, spreading libertarian propaganda on the internet, waiting for the ancap revolution to come.

good luck, bro! Smiley
So, in your mind the only actions I can take against the government are violent ones? Why would I want to play their game?
no, i did not say that. what i meant was that you are talking the a very small subset of the population that mostly agrees with you(well i don't, but im one of the few.).

go join a communist or statist forum and try to do a difference.
562  Other / Politics & Society / Re: This is the thread where you discuss free market, americans and libertarianism on: April 27, 2013, 08:02:01 PM
have you made aggressions against the state, which you are allowed to by NAP, that are hard to trace back to you?

2 things:
1: If they are retributive strikes against an oppressive government, they are not, by definition, aggression.
2: If I had, do you honestly think I would be stupid enough to admit it on a public forum?

However, no, I've made no violent actions against the government. They would be counterproductive, and wasteful. No violent revolution has ever gained the revolutionaries lasting liberty.
so, you sit in front of your computer, spreading libertarian propaganda on the internet, waiting for the ancap revolution to come.

good luck, bro! Smiley
563  Other / Politics & Society / Re: this forum as a mirror of society on: April 27, 2013, 07:58:35 PM
From the looks of this thread:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=181278.0

You got called on suspicious business practices, and proceeded to defend yourself by shitting on the table. I'm afraid to ask what got deleted, based on what's still there.
omfg, OP is tarded.

@OP: yes, you got called a scammer. and yes, greyhawk is right in doing so, based on experience of new and "untrusted" members of this forum. and no, a person that are a scammer would most likely behave like you did. a honest and intelligent person would not rage over being accused of scamming on this forum.


my analysis of your behavior is that you are irrational and unstable and very likely to be a scammer.
564  Other / Politics & Society / Re: This is the thread where you discuss free market, americans and libertarianism on: April 27, 2013, 07:49:36 PM
myrkul, if you think that the state is evil, and have committed an act of aggression  against you or one else, why have you not asserted the NAP and gone on some crazy suicide mission against the wrongful and evil oppression done by the state?

Because I'm neither crazy nor suicidal?
the part about you not being crazy is debatable.

okay. have you made aggressions against the state, which you are allowed to by NAP, that are hard to trace back to you?
565  Other / Politics & Society / Re: this forum as a mirror of society on: April 27, 2013, 07:44:27 PM
This forum is privately owned.
This forum is not a democracy.
This forum does not have unlimited freedom of speech.
This forum is not is not a place where you shit.

If you don't like it: fuck off, no one forces you to stay.
566  Other / Politics & Society / Re: This is the thread where you discuss free market, americans and libertarianism on: April 27, 2013, 07:38:26 PM
myrkul, if you think that the state is evil, and have committed an act of aggression  against you or one else, why have you not asserted the NAP and gone on some crazy suicide mission against the wrongful and evil oppression done by the state?
567  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Max number of clients using mining_proxy.exe? on: April 26, 2013, 05:22:16 PM
Thanks, but when I read that - there was no mention of the maximun clients that can use the actual proxy application.
maybe because there is no limit?

... but other than a lot of technical jargon (that I find hard to follow) about the Stratum protocol itself, ...
so what you are saying it that you are too stupid to mine? have you tried turning it off and on again?

I guess I will just keep pushing the proxy until it breaks down and report back here what I discover.   Smiley
good luck with that... surely it must be someone else's fault!
568  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Max number of clients using mining_proxy.exe? on: April 26, 2013, 05:07:47 PM
when in doubt read the specs:
http://mining.bitcoin.cz/stratum-mining#developers
569  Economy / Economics / Re: The Switzerland of Bitcoin on: April 24, 2013, 07:45:26 PM
yes, but thats all about big data. a private key can you have in your head... there would be no need for a data haven in bitcoin's case.
570  Economy / Economics / Re: The Switzerland of Bitcoin on: April 24, 2013, 07:37:26 PM
@myrkul: Sealand, offshore offline bitcoin cold storage?
571  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: "trusted users"? on: April 24, 2013, 07:28:48 PM
https://en.bitcoin.it/w/index.php?title=Special:ListUsers&group=sysop
572  Bitcoin / Technical Support / Re: "trusted users"? on: April 24, 2013, 07:27:49 PM
i don't know who maintains the wiki, but try asking on irc.
573  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: I am about to buy some coin. What are the steps I need to take to be safe? on: April 24, 2013, 05:46:22 PM
it depends on the level of security you want.
574  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Why are people so eager to pay tax? on: April 24, 2013, 05:14:04 PM
... This is the primary power of Bitcoin, ...
no, it is not.
575  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Why are people so eager to pay tax? on: April 24, 2013, 03:46:53 PM
i have not said that it was the best way, im just making a statement about human nature.

And I'd like to say that we can easily rise above that. It's not that hard. The only thing needed is for people to refuse to hurt other people. Not really a difficult thing. Basically, you just need to do nothing and the problem is solved. Smiley
ah ha! so all the shit you people say about communism, that it can not function due to human nature, is also wrong?
576  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Withdrawal delays tracking thread for all exchanges - post your experience here on: April 24, 2013, 03:23:27 PM
OK OK I get it. Nobody wants to share their experience. I deleted my own post as well.
wtf? good conclusion after 4 hours... maybe people just are not interested in your thread?
577  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Why are people so eager to pay tax? on: April 24, 2013, 03:15:15 PM
We can rise above settling disputes with violence.
maybe, in some few cases.
So, are you saying that the best way to chat in this thread is for us to get together with some baseball bats and beat the shit out of each other? That's the best way to have a heated discussion?
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i have not said that it was the best way, im just making a statement about human nature.
578  Bitcoin / Legal / Re: Why are people so eager to pay tax? on: April 24, 2013, 02:30:16 PM
I agree.  We are a violent species and no society can ever exist without violence.  I see you would prefer we were not a violent species.  That's very nice.

I think that you seem to be missing the point...

We can rise above settling disputes with violence.
maybe, in some few cases.
579  Economy / Speculation / Re: can BTC ever return to significantly below $100? on: April 23, 2013, 09:23:27 PM
theoretical answer: YES IT CAN.
what the rest of the forum thinks: NO!!!! it will be over $50000000 in 3 minutes.

my guess: maybe.
580  Local / Skandinavisk / Re: Radioprogram om mining, Radio24syv on: April 23, 2013, 06:25:37 PM
Tanken var ikke, at det kun skal handle om mining. Men ofte er det meget godt at have noget konkret at tale ud fra, i dette tilfælde et hardware setup, for at forklare nogle ret abstrakte ting som Bitcoin. Det vil formentlig være abstrakt for mange af vores lyttere.
Samtidig ville vi gerne lidt mere i dybden end 'her er kan du betale med Bitcoin' og med ned i teknikken og tankerne bag. Giver det mening?
 
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bitcoin behøves ikke at værer så svært at forstå.

den simplste på hvorpå bitcoin kan forklares, er ved at sige at hver bitcoin har sin helt egen "ejer historie", mens blockchainen holder styr på i hvilken "rækkefølge" forskellige transaktioner(ejer skift) foregår i og gyldigheden af disse transaktioner. Dette er dog en meget grov skitse af systemet.

bitcoin bliver skabt vha. mining fordi et eller andet sted skal de jo komme fra, og det virker som en fair måde at uddele dem på. alternativet ville værer en form for central kontrol, hvilket bør undgår pga. interresse konflikter.
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