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1  Economy / Collectibles / [IDEA] 🌍🌎🌏 Community group participation - Bitcoin Colouring Book on: Today at 12:23:17 PM
Hi All,

I have had this idea from the very start of the Bitcoin Colouring Book project andI think and hope people find
it interesting and will participate apologies for all the "ands"

The idea is to have a group of people around the world colour part of 1 book, lets say #50
and then raffle it off for free!

The group of people would be chosen by raffle also.

I kick it off, colour 1 page and then post to the next person who in turn colours a page of
their liking and posts it on. Obviously you will incur a cost of having to post it to the next
in line.

The last and 12th person in the line holds the book until the raffle is complete and then
posts it to the winner.

Its supposed to be a fun project and another give back to the community and should also
gain added value from being created in part by the group and potentially some legends of the Collectibles Board

So post up what you think!



2  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [SALES] ✏️🎨🖍️aoluain - Bitcoin Colouring Book - Limited to 50 - Ready to Ship on: Today at 12:00:52 PM
Hi All, Orders to date have been posted, I expect then all to be received towards the
end of next week all going well

3  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [FREE RAFFLE] 489th- ฿ECAUSE I AM STILL IN A GOOD MOOD-CYPHER HODL PRINTED COIN on: Today at 11:52:07 AM
#52 - aoluain

Krogothmanhattan maintains the good vibes - nice one.
4  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: Today at 11:01:24 AM
I watched the match between Medvedev and Kyrgios, well the last 2 sets! I thought his
performance was brilliant and as one of the commentators said on his day he can beat
anyone. Some of the shots he made were astounding.

I also disagree that Medvedev is not #1 material, at the moment with all that is going on
the Russian players have a lot of distraction and broken schedules, these are not normal
times but he definitely has all the criteria to become #1 and retain that spot for some time.
5  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: [Rugby] Union 🏉 League 🏆 Super 6/7s Pro14, Cups & Tours | Olympics | Touch.... on: Today at 02:45:05 AM
I just checked in with ROLLBIT to see if they have listed the Outrights and they do
as follows for the winner:



For this weeks round I have only 3 wagers:

Panthers to beat Storm
Cowboys to beat the Roosters
Sharks to beat Wests Tigers
6  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [SALE] LuckyFool 1oz Copper round DIY Wallet 13 of 50 remaining on: August 10, 2022, 08:51:48 PM
I got my copy a few weeks ago and have been meaning to snap a few photos to help out
with "exposing the product to the risk of sale"

This is a really different coin, different finish and different theme. The aged Copper finish
is in keeping with that steampunk theme.









7  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [RAFFLE] -2 physical silver and copper dogecoins + 3 penny bitcoin coins ....... on: August 10, 2022, 07:13:01 PM
Excellent, well done MrCryptHodl and Agrawas for the generosity and well done to
doblezero for hosting, definitely deserves some more Merit for the inexpensive
raffle to the community!
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin art created by AI {gallery} ... and the satoshi portrait as well. on: August 10, 2022, 07:06:27 PM
Looks professionally done in a lot of cases.

Easily at first glance. The AI is just having a bit of trouble with the symbols. An AI generated art and with just a few touch ups by a graphics designer(to fix the weird symbols) then there's an 80%+ chance I wouldn't be able to differentiate it from human art.

Yes some of the logo attempts look under developed to a point that it you didnt know the
artwork was Bitcoin themed you wouldnt get it.

Then in other cases the logo looks enough developed that it is identifiable but looks like
an "ancient" form of the logo and looks like it suits the mood of the "art".

If you compare the life of a person studying fine art who goes through the different media
like watercolour, oil, acrylic, pastels, graphite etc. and the various techniques and different
surfaces over a number of years and then specialises in a particular field honing their style
and individualism and compare that to a computer which can knock something like the above
out in a short space of time, there is definitely a value in one but what about the other?
9  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin art created by AI {gallery} ... and the satoshi portrait as well. on: August 10, 2022, 02:18:39 PM
Nice collection!

AI technology has been grown very impressively recently.

Two years ago, AI wrote high quality articles and now can draw high quality arts. In theory, many of their works are better than things created by normal people (not experts).

I am not sure how they get inputs to make those arts but there are applications to create personalized avatars that I reject to use. They are risky but some people easily to accept their requirements, and upload their personal photos in order to create funny avatars.

When they realize what they do are stupid, it's very late.

Its actually jaw dropping the amount of art there is and the diversity of the themes. I kind of
fear for the future of true human created art after seeing these.

I can imagine how people would think its "kool" to upload a photo of yourself to get an AI
fantasy version back, but worrying too.
10  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: August 10, 2022, 09:44:35 AM
^
Nice one Trofo!

Yea I have Carreno Busta for today against Rune and also De Minaur to beat Dimitrov.

So Kyrgios got the job done yesterday against Baez and today faces #1 seed Medvedev.
Given Kyrgios' high performance ATM and Medvedev's lack of game time compared,
does anyone give Nick a chance? ROLLBIT are being cautious and only offering up to
+2.5 on Kyrgios.

11  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: August 09, 2022, 09:32:53 PM
Montreal started, without Nadal and Djokovic, there will a lot of interesting matches, and several players could reach final stage

for today, I will go with Cilic, Krajinovic and Berrettini, solid picks, not bad odds, Krajinovic @2.2 is a value bet, IMO
Medvedev is top spot, but I do not think he will take the title

Just watching Kyrgios against Baez ATM, if Kyrgios wins this he will face Medvedev
in the next round. Its the first set and Nick was 1-5 up and looked super focussed but
seems to be getting a bit negative now. Its now 4-5 Huh

After the Barthy ... we have another illustrious tennis player announced to retire this year!
I'm talking about Serena Williams! It looks like this US Open will be her last tournament in which she will participate.
This news has been just published by several journal Sad

https://pagesix.com/2022/08/09/serena-williams-announces-shes-retiring-from-tennis/


Yea its time for her to retire, she is still super talented and that carries her so far but
there are plenty of players now who can easily beat her.
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What percentage of people in the USA do you think haven't paid taxes on trades? on: August 09, 2022, 12:56:16 PM
To be clear, we're talking trades or swaps from one crypto to another not just cashing out.

...snip...

Isn't it insane that only in the USA, they tax trades and then expect YOU to figure out how much you "owe"??

Who is checking to see what trades you make and if what you declare is correct?

Seems a bit strange that you can declare anything but then I imagine they then
go and check that you are making a proper declaration.

So for that reason I'm guessing over 60% have not paid taxes  (I know I havent paid
1 cent in all the years buying, trading and selling, but dont tell anyone ....)
13  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: August 09, 2022, 06:02:14 AM
Kyrgios and most of the players have moved on to the tournament in Montreal.
Nick plays Baez today, a match which he should win, hopefully he can carry his
performance forward from the Citi Open.

Also Murray has to tough match today against Fritz, Fritz has has a good year but
I see a chance of Murray winning this one.
14  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [SALES] ✏️🎨🖍️aoluain - Bitcoin Colouring Book - Limited to 50 - Ready to Ship on: August 08, 2022, 12:07:12 PM
Hi all, I went to the post office today with the first 4 orders but I had to take back ZipReg's
parcel to repack as it was over weight.

I hope to get this repacked ans sent tomorrow along with some more orders. All orders
to date will be posted by Wednesday.

Also I have updated the OP to include that all copies will be signed and dated.

Cheers, a.
15  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: [Rugby] Union 🏉 League 🏆 Super 6/7s Pro14, Cups & Tours | Olympics | Touch.... on: August 08, 2022, 10:05:14 AM
Well i see the last 20 minutes when argentina was ahead and what i see was a lot of fault whistled by the referee and i really dont see any , but i think he was so fussy and charged Argentina with 8 fault in 10 minutes, however the Argentinian narrator says the Pumas was losing the discipline and commited so much fouls , so i think i was 50 % of referee and  50% of the Pumas players.

Hmm, The Pumas still have a lot of work to do to be more competitive. They are playing in a
competition with 3 top teams.



Rugby League

From my bets at the weekend on the Telstra Premiership down under I am 4 from 4, its been
a long time since I had all winners.

RUGBY LEAGUE NRL


South Sydney Rabbitohs v New Zealand Warriors ML South Sydney Rabbitohs @ 1.13 Taken Amount: 0.10 mBTC Possible Payout: 0.113 mBTC
Canberra Raiders v Penrith Panthers v ML Penrith Panthers @ 1.59 Taken Amount 0.10 mBTC Possible Payout: 0.16mBTC [panthers surely couldnt lose a second game in a row this season?]
Cronulla Sharks v St George/Illawarra Dragons ML Cronulla Sharks @ 1.38 Taken Amount: 0.10 mBTC Possible Payout: 0.138 mBTC
Canterbury Bulldogs v North Queensland Cowboys ML North Queensland Cowboys @ 1.43 Taken Amount: 0.10 mBTC Possible Payout: 0.143 mBTC

16  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: Tennis League All Thread on: August 08, 2022, 06:25:09 AM
Was out of the circulation for the last 24 hours or so, and we know that I supported Nick Kyrgios in this tournament, but damn, he really make me a believer of him right now.

He beat Ymer easy, while Rublev was crushed by Nishioka. Setting up a finals between him and Nishioka. And then winning in 2 straight sets, but I guess the best match is him against Tiafoe? what are your thoughts of his performance? is this for real moving forward?

Its really difficult to know! I would say his performance and appearance in the final
at Wimbledon gave him some extra belief that he can actually win a tournament.

I saw the match against Tiafoe and he did have a mini melt down when the umpire had
to call a halt in his service because one of the ball kids had returned to the wrong position.
Nick serves very quickly so he got really shouty about that. Otherwise he was focussed.

Well done to him, its been 3 years since his last title so there is still a lot to talk about, will
he continue his performance? given he doesnt play a full season, when is his next tournament
and will be be focussed enough then?

I see also that he won the doubles with Jack Sock too!
17  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [AUCTION]- CYPHER HODL- PRINTED PHYSICAL BITCOIN SET/INDIVIDUAL COINS WITH NFTS on: August 08, 2022, 06:16:50 AM

 Lot 1 still ongoing!

  High bidder!

   
lot 1 0.01942


WINNERS FOR THESE LOTS..Congrats!

BITBOLLO  lot 2 0.0035
2STOUT lot 3 lot 3 0.0041
ALOUAN lot 4 0.004

 

Thank you krogothmanhattan, I was super busy yesterday and wasnt able to keep an eye
on the auction but luckily I was able to get a "last minute" bid in and win, probably due to
the duel over the fantastic Lot1 prize. Well done to all the winners. I'm really happy to have
scored one of these beauties.
18  Economy / Gambling discussion / Re: [Rugby] Union 🏉 League 🏆 Super 6/7s Pro14, Cups & Tours | Olympics | Touch.... on: August 07, 2022, 10:45:12 PM
What a shit end of the game by the PUMAS, a shame, they have the win in their hands ,and they fall apart.

Argentina its playing bad in the last games, i hope we can improve. I only see the final of the game but seems like they have some fatigue.

Ah I didnt realise this competition had started, I actually didnt hear anything about it at all.

So first game down and a fairly big score difference, Argentina 26 - 41 Australia. Reading
a report on PlanetRugby it sounds like the Referee had an infleuence on the outcome with his
poor performance, not sure if the Pumas would have beaten  the Wallabies anyway.

https://www.planetrugby.com/rugby-championship-five-takeaways-from-argentina-v-australia-as-rob-valetini-stands-out-in-courageous-wallabies-win/
19  Economy / Collectibles / Re: [AUCTION]- CYPHER HODL- PRINTED PHYSICAL BITCOIN SET/INDIVIDUAL COINS WITH NFTS on: August 07, 2022, 06:56:26 PM
lot 4 0.004
20  Economy / Economics / Re: What crisis what food crisis ? on: August 07, 2022, 11:36:17 AM
For people living in 1st world countries the shortage of food is only manifested in higher
prices because these countries are able to pay the higher prices for grains etc. which in turn
leaves a shortage for those who cannot pay the premium even if there is surplus left.

There are different indicators which suggest we need to brace for future, frequent crop failures there is monkeypox scare and there is economic slow down. I see that economy is loosing steam and crisis is around the corner we all need to be prudent before we invest in our money anywhere...global a
Warming is also becoming more prominent.. so yes crisis is around the corner

Correct, the problem is only going to get worse. This year we have seen crop failures in Italy
and Portugal fail due to the high temperatures and low water supply.
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