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1  Other / Meta / Re: BAN APPEAL on: Today at 02:07:34 PM
<snip>i am sure that ghosts will close bitcointalk
<snip>and you know about the ghosts?
The hell you talkin' about?  Bro, nobody gets a warning here about plagiarism, because it's in the rules which you should have read along with your ghost friends before making your first post.  And if you ever stood a chance of getting your account back (which you didn't), your attitude just killed any possibility of it.

Kiss bitcointalk goodbye, and kiss my ass on your way out.  Don't forget to shut the door behind you.

You are hypocrisy, money is your goal
This is your truth
The eternal world is real
I felt you created this thread to appeal for your banned account why getting provoked you should be as polite as possible since you are actually seeking for help other than ruining insults.
2  Economy / Services / Re: [OPEN] Signature Campaign | Sr./Hero/Legendary | on: Today at 05:53:02 AM
3  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Should online gambling companies be responsible for harm related activities? on: July 23, 2021, 05:27:53 PM
I would say no but the can help their customers manage how much the spend on gambling on either monthly or weekly base. But holding the companies accountable for an adults mismanagement of funds is a big no on my path. Before an individual would choose to gamble such should calculate his income and then decide on how much to risk not wasting resources and then seeking whom to blame
4  Economy / Services / Re: [OPEN+2x Sr] OWNR Wallet Signature Campaign | Sr Members+ | Up to $50/Week on: July 23, 2021, 12:42:29 PM
Your bitcointalk profile url:;u=944497
Posts count (including this one): 495
earned merits amount in the last 120 days period: 12
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5  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Economic Costs of Gambling on: July 17, 2021, 05:35:33 PM
Gambling doesn't have negative vices alone there are also positive vices as well. Taking for example a fun seeker you Gamble's at his/her odd hour would certainly do it for the fun of it even if the game turns out positive or negative that is a winning game or lost game since it's done with a fun. Mindset he catches the fun from it and moves on. This could also help curb boredom and loneliness
6  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Funding project development through slot gaming token on: July 17, 2021, 05:29:37 PM
Certainly if it's a project I'm interested in why not I would give it a big shot it could be an avenue to accumulate as much token as I can. But most of this casinos give irrelevant conditions for this tokens mostly if massive bonuses are given upon registration and and a win. I would closely study what I'm about investing in although maybe starting with a little token for a start.
7  Other / Politics & Society / Lightening threatening Indians on: July 15, 2021, 06:54:11 AM

With the prediction by the India Meteorological Department that more severe thunderstorms are on the way with the potential to harm people and livestock after the ugly incident that took place in the Indian state of Rajasthan while some tourist visited Amer Fort, built in the late 1500s, in the capital city of Jaipur when lightning struck a nearby watchtower stricking 11 dead while taking a selfie

For some years now lightening has been a big treat to the lives of Indian citizen recording over a 1,700
death caused by lightning strike between April 1, 2019 and March 31, 2020 and if lightning strikes has killed more people in India than cyclones, stated the India Meteorological Department (IMD), thereby warning of more casualties from the natural phenomenon in the years to come then people in India aren't save at all and needs urgent help.

My major concern is if the 82 lightning detectors, apps that deliver alert notifications for upcoming lightning incidents in India is ineffective? This should be a major concern to the world at large because lives are at risk.
8  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: [Merit] Hey Bitcoiners! Can You Send Encrypted Messages? on: July 14, 2021, 06:11:25 PM
Here is my message:
Version: BCPG C# v1.6.1.0

9  Other / Meta / Re: Stake your Bitcoin address here on: July 14, 2021, 05:48:04 AM
Here is mine:
Signed address

Hi this is dbc23, Today is July 14 I am staking this as proof of ownership
10  Other / Beginners & Help / Re: Back from a long break on: July 13, 2021, 06:26:33 PM
I don't know why you changed your email and password 3 times in the last month after you wake up, some people might think that you are not the same user if you can't sign messages because your account might have been hacked. But who knows, I think you have your own reasons for that.
It's more of a person reason why I choosed to change my login password but for my email I wanted using a mail that is linked to all my documents as well as my  online platform so I don't get difficulties with password in the near future. It's also good to change password more often especially if you used a different device to access an account to avoid hackers
11  Other / Beginners & Help / Back from a long break on: July 13, 2021, 05:02:14 PM
I have been away for quite a long time with lots of engagements and Haven't had the time to see what have been going on in and around the forum but I'm really back for good. I'm back to learn, share, and add value. But for the time been I'm still doing lots of observation from forum users to get acquainted with the recent changes so far as well the updated version of Bitcoin talk a whole lot has changed but with past experience I know it wouldn't be that difficult finding my way around the forum.

For now I'm still doing my research so I find a suitable baord that would interest me most but for the time been please expect me everywhere and feel free to make corrections we are here to explore the blockchain technology and in not long a time the technology we have so longed for would invade the whole planet with newer approach to world pressing issues don't be left out Bitcoin users grab a course and study the world is changing real fast and a whole lot of persons might be left behind
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I rather stay hungry than sell my Bitcoin on: July 13, 2021, 04:35:57 PM
the constant dip we have been experiencing for a while.

there hasn't been any dips for weeks. price just keeps going to $32k and comes back up to $34k. this is not called "constant dip".

as for selling, you always want to sell before the drop (meaning in $50k range) not after the drop ended and inside the dip.
it is not a bad idea to sell some bitcoin but timing is everything. for example selling in $30k range makes no sense!
Not really arguing with you but the price hasn't really been stable and for now we aren't sure if there is really a rally up we still need more confirmation and as such we still haven't recovered fully from the deep. Most investors bought their Bitcoin @$40 some lower than that and other people at a higher price so we need a total price stability to acertain that the bear moment is over
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / I rather stay hungry than sell my Bitcoin on: July 13, 2021, 03:57:08 PM
It's really a tempting period for Bitcoin investors considering the constant dip we have been experiencing for a while. I was once adviced to sell my coin when I had an issue that needed money urgently but I objected it took me quite a long time to hodl and loosing them now isn't a healthy idea at all.

If I sell off my coin I might not be opportunied to buy back the coin at the exact rate I bought the previous one and had to come to a concrete decision of not selling my coin no matter the consequence. Yes it's going to be a different story if it turns out negative but what if it turns out positive. Vertually everything about life had two faces been the negative outcome or the positive there is hardly any in-between and so for me I rather take the risk and face what ever comes my way in the near future because risk is a necessity as far as investment is involved.

If it turns out positive certainly the joy would be all mine and certainly a portion of it would be rubbed on people around and if it turns out the opposite direction then I bear my loss alone. It's really my cross to bear and making this decision was out of a deep quite time I had while I was wondering if I go ahead to cash out or I maintain my hodl and from all indication I just have to maintain my hodl till I get my reward no matter the manner it would appear.
14  Economy / Trading Discussion / If you aren't reading you shouldn't be trading on: July 13, 2021, 03:26:07 PM
It's just as simple as the both goes hand in hand both for technical and fundamental analyst. Trading is one career that requires steady update on how the news could affect the direction of a trade or possibly how an indicator or a candle stick can direct a trader on where the market is heading. If there is no time for a consistent update on your previous knowledge as a trader I guess at some point some level of gambling sets in.

A successful trader isn't a trader who makes consistent profit without any loss but rather a trader who knows why his trade went the opposite direction and also a trader who understand risk management. Most traders makes massive profit in a single trade and blows everything down in the next trade as such there is no professional despite his initial achievements. To maintain clean records of both profit and loss margin reading as a trader is inevitable because despite the level of knowledge you might have acquired there must always be a newer technique you learn each time you seek to update your previous views about how the market behaves.

Only gamblers stay a full month without refreshing their memories on what the already know because in as much as trading is concerned there are multiple ways of predicting market flows and it only takes consistent research to get a hand full of approach to maintain a good profit margin in trading.
15  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: signs of gambling addiction on: July 12, 2021, 11:14:37 PM
Once a gambler starts getting addicted he/she knows but refuses to admit. It's just like a drunkard who would clearly say he/she isn't drunk but has been fully intoxicated by the drink. It's quite easier to deal with addiction at early stage but once it's becoming excessive self exclusion becomes the only therapy and it's still not a guarantee for a proper check but it helps out most times
16  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Gambling or playing? on: July 12, 2021, 04:00:25 PM
Most time we tend to neglect the fact that information on the net is accessible to all. For underaged players I feel the only effect is becoming an addict too early which could still happen to an advanced person or some one who is qualified to play. But for the underaged player one can't stop them from exploring or shurfing the net. All that can be done is constant coaching and guidiance on how to control their quest to help prevent been addicted
17  Economy / Gambling / Re: New gambling site on: July 12, 2021, 03:33:43 PM
I haven't gotten a clear picture of your site no link no design not even a logo. How do we gamble then.  I don't even know if it's a crypto casino or the normal fiat deposit
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin is firstly a ledger and secondly a currency. on: July 12, 2021, 03:27:16 PM
Bitcoin is a ledger for storing human transactions between bitcoiners but can't be used as a database for all human activities. Bitcoin was introduced to help curb financial difficulties involved in exchanges and since it's introduction it has served as a swift medium for international transactions with open source. If you tell me it is a ledger for transactions I will ready buy the information but not as a ledger for storing all life activities
19  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: signs of gambling addiction on: July 11, 2021, 03:30:12 PM
Gamblers don't realize they are addicted to gambling until it's worse which they've done unthinkable already like breaking the piggybank of his kid just so he could gamble again.
In most homes where the father happens to be a gambler without a reasonable job to sustain the home he tries his very best to maintain his prestige before his wife and children and for the sake of catering for his immediate home would have to go the extra mile and this most times happens to be the beginning of gambling addiction if not controlled early
20  Economy / Trading Discussion / Re: holding is not an easy thing on: July 11, 2021, 03:24:30 PM
When it involves holding lots a decipline and self restrictions comes into play because certainly challenges would come up tempting the average investor to do some withdrawal and sort them out and it comes up often and on until it completely wipes out the entire coin available. It's always good to have a steady source of income if you mist hold a coin
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