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September 10, 2012, 08:40:06 PM
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Because you sound like Matthew to me.



Sorry to burst your bubble, but I'm not in Korea taking lascivious pictures of schoolgirls.  I also have better grammar. Wink

Well, maybe I'm wrong but that's exactly how I would have expected Matt to respond. Even that's ok I guess. Someone needs to fill the master troll shoes eventually to keep this place lively. I just wish Matt would return as himself and keep answering these butthurt scam-targets, at least until the new fall TV season really takes off. ROTFL

Yeah... Breaking Bad is on hiatus. Damn.

I think the thing we got to ask ourselves is what can be done on the technical side and if such changes can be patched in with the consensus of the developers. There are plenty of solutions already proposed with minimal storage requirements and full compatibility, like the third party signed transactions proposal.

We should not get to the point where the fear of change by existing investors hinders innovation.

So... you're asking for reversible bitcoin transactions?
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September 10, 2012, 08:46:52 PM
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I think the thing we got to ask ourselves is what can be done on the technical side and if such changes can be patched in with the consensus of the developers. There are plenty of solutions already proposed with minimal storage requirements and full compatibility, like the third party signed transactions proposal.

We should not get to the point where the fear of change by existing investors hinders innovation.

So... you're asking for reversible bitcoin transactions?

Have you read the proposal? It's not reversible transactions but escrow built into the blokchain without additional counterparty risk.
We could have that right now for just a one or two additional values stored per transaction.

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September 10, 2012, 09:49:07 PM
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Escrow, aka "reversible transactions."
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September 10, 2012, 09:58:11 PM
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Escrow, aka "reversible transactions."

Nope the transaction doesn't take place until the escrow agrees, there is no balance transferred. Your ignorance baffles me.

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September 10, 2012, 11:45:15 PM
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what a shame...

as a friend and me decided to offer a new bitcoin service: should we steal the coins?

seems to be more profitable: and i am not able to see any risks.

(btw: no we won't do that. we'll just make sure its impossible to steal us a huge amount. but damn morality... if you would shut up i'll be rich!)

Do it.  Half of the people you scam here will actively defend you long after the fact.
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September 11, 2012, 06:45:28 AM
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what a shame...

as a friend and me decided to offer a new bitcoin service: should we steal the coins?

seems to be more profitable: and i am not able to see any risks.

(btw: no we won't do that. we'll just make sure its impossible to steal us a huge amount. but damn morality... if you would shut up i'll be rich!)

Do it.  Half of the people you scam here will actively defend you long after the fact.

no, never
i want to feel comfortable. and scamming other people does not make me happy...
^^ this is much more worth than money (esp. if i think about my cute baby)

edit: lucky -> happy

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September 11, 2012, 06:47:09 AM
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Not only should you steal as much as possible you should setup a passthrough to draw in more funds to invest in your scamming.

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September 11, 2012, 06:49:53 AM
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Not only should you steal as much as possible you should setup a passthrough to draw in more funds to invest in your scamming.

this seems to be a much better idea Wink
now i just need something with a high return which guarantees me it stays for more than a year (otherwise it is not worth the effort to build up a passthrough)

...just kidding...

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September 11, 2012, 06:54:44 AM
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Not only should you steal as much as possible you should setup a passthrough to draw in more funds to invest in your scamming.

this seems to be a much better idea Wink
now i just need something with a high return which guarantees me it stays for more than a year (otherwise it is not worth the effort to build up a passthrough)

...just kidding...

Passing bad checks is a good business model  Smiley

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