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June 20, 2014, 02:07:06 AM
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First, I hope that your communication of the future does NOT change the course of history,
Don't be silly. Of course it will. We will now never see that chart.
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How much alt coin diversification is needed? 0%?


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June 20, 2014, 06:42:04 AM
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just came back from the future (don't ask), managed to take a quick snap from bitcoinwisdom





Thank you for that insight.  That depiction of BTC prices looks like a very likely course forward; however, I have a couple of questions.  First, I hope that your communication of the future does NOT change the course of history, and Second, it seems funny that a supposed current chart from future would be labelled "bitcoin the path ahead."

Are you trying to suggest that I have not travelled through time? Allow me to respond comprehensively to your points/accusations below.

1. Hmmm.

2. I came back from 'Q3' 2019... So the 'path ahead' is just the final quarter? Admittedly this is not 'spelled out' on the chart.

I trust this is sufficient, now... NO MORE QUESTIONS


 Lips sealed  I am at a loss for words b/c my doubts have been addressed... especially the "Hmmm" part.   Cheesy    The future seems so bright, now, that I better wear shades.    Cool 



Put BTC here: 3Mw2q99MXkUhtdM4MECXf1bE4GGrz9cnMS

How much alt coin diversification is necessary? if you are investing in Bitcoin, then perhaps 0%?
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June 20, 2014, 06:48:24 AM
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just came back from the future (don't ask), managed to take a quick snap from bitcoinwisdom





Thank you for that insight.  That depiction of BTC prices looks like a very likely course forward; however, I have a couple of questions.  First, I hope that your communication of the future does NOT change the course of history, and Second, it seems funny that a supposed current chart from future would be labelled "bitcoin the path ahead."

Are you trying to suggest that I have not travelled through time? Allow me to respond comprehensively to your points/accusations below.

1. Hmmm.

2. I came back from 'Q3' 2019... So the 'path ahead' is just the final quarter? Admittedly this is not 'spelled out' on the chart.

I trust this is sufficient, now... NO MORE QUESTIONS

You don't like questions?  Cheesy
In the future, how many BTC will we need to be safe and happy?
What are the top 5 alt coins?
Will we ever know who Satoshi really is?
Is Hillary too sick (and old) to be elected Pres?

FYI: We are planning a fun, harmless "10% Attack" on the ETH/ICO Bubble Game.
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June 20, 2014, 07:16:24 AM
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First, I hope that your communication of the future does NOT change the course of history,
Don't be silly. Of course it will. We will now never see that chart.

If everyone was convinced in was indeed a chart from the future, every movement would happen sooner than expected

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June 20, 2014, 07:29:24 AM
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just came back from the future (don't ask), managed to take a quick snap from bitcoinwisdom





Thank you for that insight.  That depiction of BTC prices looks like a very likely course forward; however, I have a couple of questions.  First, I hope that your communication of the future does NOT change the course of history, and Second, it seems funny that a supposed current chart from future would be labelled "bitcoin the path ahead."

Are you trying to suggest that I have not travelled through time? Allow me to respond comprehensively to your points/accusations below.

1. Hmmm.

2. I came back from 'Q3' 2019... So the 'path ahead' is just the final quarter? Admittedly this is not 'spelled out' on the chart.

I trust this is sufficient, now... NO MORE QUESTIONS


 Lips sealed  I am at a loss for words b/c my doubts have been addressed... especially the "Hmmm" part.   Cheesy    The future seems so bright, now, that I better wear shades.    Cool  




What Super T failed to mention is that in 2019, due to inflation, a loaf of bread costs $10k.

No I do not have a time machine. I do however have some tarot cards.
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June 20, 2014, 07:39:20 AM
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First, I hope that your communication of the future does NOT change the course of history,
Don't be silly. Of course it will. We will now never see that chart.

If everyone was convinced in was indeed a chart from the future, every movement would happen sooner than expected

Then we will need conflicting charts all claiming to be from the future.
"Follow my chart, it is the one true path"  Cheesy

FYI: We are planning a fun, harmless "10% Attack" on the ETH/ICO Bubble Game.
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June 20, 2014, 10:08:10 AM
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Thanks for the future chart, i will sell at that 6400 peak Kiss
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June 20, 2014, 10:19:11 AM
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First, I hope that your communication of the future does NOT change the course of history,
Don't be silly. Of course it will. We will now never see that chart.

If everyone was convinced in was indeed a chart from the future, every movement would happen sooner than expected

Then we will need conflicting charts all claiming to be from the future.
"Follow my chart, it is the one true path"  Cheesy

We have an exciting second half of the year ahead, whales got their cheap coins and now we will have the anticipated spike up in price to new highs thanks to a few timely positive news that will come up during the summer and right after

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June 20, 2014, 10:21:54 AM
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We have an exciting second half of the year ahead, whales got their cheap coins and now we will have the anticipated spike up in price to new highs thanks to a few timely positive news that will come up during the summer and right after

Wow! You have newspapers from the future too?
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June 20, 2014, 10:58:29 AM
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I wonder what will happen when people realize that it's way, waaaaaay unprofitable to mine and start buying bitcoins instead!!!  Grin
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June 20, 2014, 11:13:13 AM
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I wonder what will happen when people realize that it's way, waaaaaay unprofitable to mine and start buying bitcoins instead!!!  Grin

Won't happen. By that time, the tx fees will give the profit. Also when Bitcoin is uber mainstream and all blocks are mined, there will be A LOT of BTC in blocks, only from the tx fees, and that makes it really profitable. I believe you know that now block rewards are 25 BTC + tx fees.
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June 20, 2014, 11:17:48 AM
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I wonder what will happen when people realize that it's way, waaaaaay unprofitable to mine and start buying bitcoins instead!!!  Grin

Won't happen. By that time, the tx fees will give the profit. Also when Bitcoin is uber mainstream and all blocks are mined, there will be A LOT of BTC in blocks, only from the tx fees, and that makes it really profitable. I believe you know that now block rewards are 25 BTC + tx fees.

I know all that, but bitcoin mining is already unprofitable! That's what I am saying!
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June 20, 2014, 11:19:18 AM
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I wonder what will happen when people realize that it's way, waaaaaay unprofitable to mine and start buying bitcoins instead!!!  Grin

Won't happen. By that time, the tx fees will give the profit. Also when Bitcoin is uber mainstream and all blocks are mined, there will be A LOT of BTC in blocks, only from the tx fees, and that makes it really profitable. I believe you know that now block rewards are 25 BTC + tx fees.

I know all that, but bitcoin mining is already unprofitable! That's what I am saying!

No, it's not. GHash.io is unprofitable, normal mining isn't.
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June 20, 2014, 01:17:38 PM
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I wonder what will happen when people realize that it's way, waaaaaay unprofitable to mine and start buying bitcoins instead!!!  Grin

Won't happen. By that time, the tx fees will give the profit. Also when Bitcoin is uber mainstream and all blocks are mined, there will be A LOT of BTC in blocks, only from the tx fees, and that makes it really profitable. I believe you know that now block rewards are 25 BTC + tx fees.

I know all that, but bitcoin mining is already unprofitable! That's what I am saying!

No, it's not. GHash.io is unprofitable, normal mining isn't.

I think there are a lot of people who would disagree with you

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June 20, 2014, 01:21:32 PM
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I wonder what will happen when people realize that it's way, waaaaaay unprofitable to mine and start buying bitcoins instead!!!  Grin

Won't happen. By that time, the tx fees will give the profit. Also when Bitcoin is uber mainstream and all blocks are mined, there will be A LOT of BTC in blocks, only from the tx fees, and that makes it really profitable. I believe you know that now block rewards are 25 BTC + tx fees.

I know all that, but bitcoin mining is already unprofitable! That's what I am saying!

No, it's not. GHash.io is unprofitable, normal mining isn't.

I think there are a lot of people who would disagree with you

I'm not saying that it's profitable with anything, but it can definitely be if you invest smart. Buying new ASIC units and selling old ones.
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June 20, 2014, 01:49:26 PM
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I wonder what will happen when people realize that it's way, waaaaaay unprofitable to mine and start buying bitcoins instead!!!  Grin

Won't happen. By that time, the tx fees will give the profit. Also when Bitcoin is uber mainstream and all blocks are mined, there will be A LOT of BTC in blocks, only from the tx fees, and that makes it really profitable. I believe you know that now block rewards are 25 BTC + tx fees.

I know all that, but bitcoin mining is already unprofitable! That's what I am saying!

No, it's not. GHash.io is unprofitable, normal mining isn't.

I think there are a lot of people who would disagree with you

I'm not saying that it's profitable with anything, but it can definitely be if you invest smart. Buying new ASIC units and selling old ones.

If you get delivered in time, if the network power doesn't increase too much and if you sell well you can profit without investing too much

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June 20, 2014, 02:44:07 PM
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I wonder what will happen when people realize that it's way, waaaaaay unprofitable to mine and start buying bitcoins instead!!!  Grin

Won't happen. By that time, the tx fees will give the profit. Also when Bitcoin is uber mainstream and all blocks are mined, there will be A LOT of BTC in blocks, only from the tx fees, and that makes it really profitable. I believe you know that now block rewards are 25 BTC + tx fees.

I know all that, but bitcoin mining is already unprofitable! That's what I am saying!

No, it's not. GHash.io is unprofitable, normal mining isn't.

I think there are a lot of people who would disagree with you

I'm not saying that it's profitable with anything, but it can definitely be if you invest smart. Buying new ASIC units and selling old ones.

If you get delivered in time, if the network power doesn't increase too much and if you sell well you can profit without investing too much

Day trading all coins is much safer and more profitable than Bitcoin mining!  ..........LOL?

FYI: We are planning a fun, harmless "10% Attack" on the ETH/ICO Bubble Game.
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June 20, 2014, 04:08:27 PM
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This post raises my self-esteem, some weeks ago i discovered a nice and funny online store: www.wish.com

Right now i'm choosing all the stuff i'll need when thanks to Bitcoin, i'll be wealthy elite, gentlemen...
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June 20, 2014, 06:17:57 PM
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I wonder what will happen when people realize that it's way, waaaaaay unprofitable to mine and start buying bitcoins instead!!!  Grin

Won't happen. By that time, the tx fees will give the profit. Also when Bitcoin is uber mainstream and all blocks are mined, there will be A LOT of BTC in blocks, only from the tx fees, and that makes it really profitable. I believe you know that now block rewards are 25 BTC + tx fees.

I know all that, but bitcoin mining is already unprofitable! That's what I am saying!

No, it's not. GHash.io is unprofitable, normal mining isn't.

I think there are a lot of people who would disagree with you

I'm not saying that it's profitable with anything, but it can definitely be if you invest smart. Buying new ASIC units and selling old ones.

If you get delivered in time, if the network power doesn't increase too much and if you sell well you can profit without investing too much

Day trading all coins is much safer and more profitable than Bitcoin mining!  ..........LOL?

Hmm no

We have an exciting second half of the year ahead, whales got their cheap coins and now we will have the anticipated spike up in price to new highs thanks to a few timely positive news that will come up during the summer and right after

Wow! You have newspapers from the future too?

Who knows? Bitcoin was valued so much in 50years that a technology to send newspapers back in time was financed

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June 20, 2014, 07:11:46 PM
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I bet the little preteen nihilist twat that started this thread is reading it and laughing his ass off. I miss Atlas, Bittalk.tv - MnW and LoupGaroux. They added some real color to this forum.

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