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June 24, 2016, 05:24:59 PM
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You think this kid has the taste to be driving an Alpha Romeo?

http://www.gtspirit.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/alfa-romeo-8c.jpg

He's probably in a mental ward at some hospital in Texas.

This is the exact reason why i think that pretty much none of the people here are "elite, wealthy gentlemen" lol this is literally the epitome of idiocy and that alone just shows that you are not "elite".

Everyone on this forum knew Atlas back then. He used to hang out on the SomethingAwful forum too. You're right though, there are no wealthy elite here, only sheep waiting to be fleeced.

OP deleted his account it seems, probably because he is so rich now that he doesn't want to post on forums anymore and is enjoying his new found wealth.

Hopefully we can be like OP in a couple of years. HODL.

He was a 16 year old self proclaimed nihilist kid from Texas with mental problems, abused by his parents, that tried to commit suicide and posted about it on this forum.


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June 24, 2016, 08:18:31 PM
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You think this kid has the taste to be driving an Alpha Romeo?

http://www.gtspirit.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/alfa-romeo-8c.jpg

He's probably in a mental ward at some hospital in Texas.

This is the exact reason why i think that pretty much none of the people here are "elite, wealthy gentlemen" lol this is literally the epitome of idiocy and that alone just shows that you are not "elite".

Everyone on this forum knew Atlas back then. He used to hang out on the SomethingAwful forum too. You're right though, there are no wealthy elite here, only sheep waiting to be fleeced.

OP deleted his account it seems, probably because he is so rich now that he doesn't want to post on forums anymore and is enjoying his new found wealth.

Hopefully we can be like OP in a couple of years. HODL.

He was a 16 year old self proclaimed nihilist kid from Texas with mental problems, abused by his parents, that tried to commit suicide and posted about it on this forum.



Speak for yourself, Bitcoin made a lot of money for a lot of people who I know since back when btc were in single digits, myself included....

On the flip side, I know people who invested in scams and ponzis and even lost their private keys and lost what would be considered fortunes today through sheer carelessness...

Take your pick.... Most of the old faces  I knew are gone or using different accounts now but scores of millionaires were made in 2013 and even more will be made in 2016....

This is gentlemen.... Wink


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June 25, 2016, 01:38:25 AM
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You think this kid has the taste to be driving an Alpha Romeo?

http://www.gtspirit.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/alfa-romeo-8c.jpg

He's probably in a mental ward at some hospital in Texas.

This is the exact reason why i think that pretty much none of the people here are "elite, wealthy gentlemen" lol this is literally the epitome of idiocy and that alone just shows that you are not "elite".

uhh...

Have you ever watched a congressional debate? Those considered elite currently frequently have less brains than a common housefly. The bar is actually pretty low.

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June 25, 2016, 02:17:22 AM
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You think this kid has the taste to be driving an Alpha Romeo?

http://www.gtspirit.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/alfa-romeo-8c.jpg

He's probably in a mental ward at some hospital in Texas.

This is the exact reason why i think that pretty much none of the people here are "elite, wealthy gentlemen" lol this is literally the epitome of idiocy and that alone just shows that you are not "elite".

uhh...

Have you ever watched a congressional debate? Those considered elite currently frequently have less brains than a common housefly. The bar is actually pretty low.

Haha i think herman is right though not many people can speak proper English and it's kinda hilarious because it shows that not many people are actually ELITE because most here dont understand what is actually going to happen during the BTC halving process

I do like to say though most of the community associated with BTC are much higher class due to knowing the information, even if not wealthy.
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June 25, 2016, 02:47:42 AM
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Higher class?
Why does "class" have to enter a discussion of the new wealthy elite, gentlemen?
Oh wait...  Cheesy

Question:
Will Bitcoin eventually help common people be more free, or simply free the elite from worthless paper money?

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June 25, 2016, 03:20:27 PM
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You think this kid has the taste to be driving an Alpha Romeo?

http://www.gtspirit.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/alfa-romeo-8c.jpg

He's probably in a mental ward at some hospital in Texas.

This is the exact reason why i think that pretty much none of the people here are "elite, wealthy gentlemen" lol this is literally the epitome of idiocy and that alone just shows that you are not "elite".

Everyone on this forum knew Atlas back then. He used to hang out on the SomethingAwful forum too. You're right though, there are no wealthy elite here, only sheep waiting to be fleeced.

OP deleted his account it seems, probably because he is so rich now that he doesn't want to post on forums anymore and is enjoying his new found wealth.

Hopefully we can be like OP in a couple of years. HODL.

He was a 16 year old self proclaimed nihilist kid from Texas with mental problems, abused by his parents, that tried to commit suicide and posted about it on this forum.



Speak for yourself, Bitcoin made a lot of money for a lot of people who I know since back when btc were in single digits, myself included....

On the flip side, I know people who invested in scams and ponzis and even lost their private keys and lost what would be considered fortunes today through sheer carelessness...

Take your pick.... Most of the old faces  I knew are gone or using different accounts now but scores of millionaires were made in 2013 and even more will be made in 2016....

This is gentlemen.... Wink



You're one of the ultra rare lucky ones. Talk to the thousands of people with money in Mt Gox, Bitinstant, ButterflyLabs, Gaw Miners, MyBitcoin, Pirates Ponzi, Bitcoinica, Bitscalper, Inputs.IO, Vicurex, Cryptorush, TradeHill, CryptoXChange, GBL, Just Dice, Bitcoin Rain, The Silk Road Seizure, Sheep Marketplace, BS&T, PicoStocks, Bitfloor, Basic Mining, Mintpal and many, many others.

Bitcoin is NOT a Ponzi, but it easily facilitates Ponzi's. Bitcoin is NOT a scam, but it makes scamming easier for the average non-professional scammer. Bitcoin is NOT illegal and NOT anonymous, but it facilitates hidden illegal businesses on the dark web. Automobiles are NOT dangerous and do NOT kill people, but they facilitate the deaths of 40,000 stupid inexperienced drivers every year in just one country alone. You might say, but we need cars. True some people have no other way to travel, but we don't need Bitcoin because everyone has another way to spend their money.

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June 25, 2016, 03:35:43 PM
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You think this kid has the taste to be driving an Alpha Romeo?

http://www.gtspirit.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/alfa-romeo-8c.jpg

He's probably in a mental ward at some hospital in Texas.

This is the exact reason why i think that pretty much none of the people here are "elite, wealthy gentlemen" lol this is literally the epitome of idiocy and that alone just shows that you are not "elite".

Everyone on this forum knew Atlas back then. He used to hang out on the SomethingAwful forum too. You're right though, there are no wealthy elite here, only sheep waiting to be fleeced.

OP deleted his account it seems, probably because he is so rich now that he doesn't want to post on forums anymore and is enjoying his new found wealth.

Hopefully we can be like OP in a couple of years. HODL.

He was a 16 year old self proclaimed nihilist kid from Texas with mental problems, abused by his parents, that tried to commit suicide and posted about it on this forum.



Speak for yourself, Bitcoin made a lot of money for a lot of people who I know since back when btc were in single digits, myself included....

On the flip side, I know people who invested in scams and ponzis and even lost their private keys and lost what would be considered fortunes today through sheer carelessness...

Take your pick.... Most of the old faces  I knew are gone or using different accounts now but scores of millionaires were made in 2013 and even more will be made in 2016....

This is gentlemen.... Wink



You're one of the ultra rare lucky ones. Talk to the thousands of people with money in Mt Gox, Bitinstant, ButterflyLabs, Gaw Miners, MyBitcoin, Pirates Ponzi, Bitcoinica, Bitscalper, Inputs.IO, Vicurex, Cryptorush, TradeHill, CryptoXChange, GBL, Just Dice, Bitcoin Rain, The Silk Road Seizure, Sheep Marketplace, BS&T, PicoStocks, Bitfloor, Basic Mining, Mintpal and many, many others.

Bitcoin is NOT a Ponzi, but it easily facilitates Ponzi's. Bitcoin is NOT a scam, but it makes scamming easier for the average non-professional scammer. Bitcoin is NOT illegal and NOT anonymous, but it facilitates hidden illegal businesses on the dark web. Automobiles are NOT dangerous and do NOT kill people, but they facilitate the deaths of 40,000 stupid inexperienced drivers every year in just one country alone. You might say, but we need cars. True some people have no other way to travel, but we don't need Bitcoin because everyone has another way to spend their money.

You're one of the ultra rare lucky ones. Talk to the thousands of people...
It is possible that at least ~20 to 35% of early Bitcoin investors are still wealthy, since some had the common sense to securely stash away a nice amount for the long haul.

Security in the early days was probably an interesting topic:
"Malware to steal wallets, LOL!!! Why would anyone bother to steal Bitcoins..."

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June 25, 2016, 04:06:52 PM
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Unfortunately I don't have very much bitcoin right now so I don't know if I qualify. It's going to take me a long time to get 10 bitcoins if ever.
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June 25, 2016, 04:42:19 PM
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Unfortunately I don't have very much bitcoin right now so I don't know if I qualify. It's going to take me a long time to get 10 bitcoins if ever.

Set a goal and never give up.
I also have a long way to go, before getting a chance to have a balance above 10 BTC. Too many of mine were sold before the 2nd great bull market move.

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June 25, 2016, 04:47:20 PM
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I thought this was a dream that was so great in the bitcoin. But you should also be aware that there will probably reach $ 10 k price bitcoin. Because of this many currencies in the world which is still in use and supply, so they would prefer the original currency than the currency of the Digital
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June 25, 2016, 04:54:31 PM
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Are you currently putting all your money into bitcoin?  If you say this, you show you believe it by your actions.  I am putting all my money into bitcoin - I see a possibility of $50-$100+ per coin this year.  Just think, once the "bankers" and hedge funds find out about this, we are going to the moon.  Once my bitcoins are $1,000+ I will be able to pay off my growing college loans and maybe get an apartment, and my first car Smiley
Putting your money in a good place my friend. I too am putting just about all my money in bitcoin. But I have a plan in case bitcoin goes down drastically.

$10,000 a pop is possible, but not in the next year or probably not even 5.
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June 25, 2016, 07:27:46 PM
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You're one of the ultra rare lucky ones. Talk to the thousands of people with money in Mt Gox, Bitinstant, ButterflyLabs, Gaw Miners, MyBitcoin, Pirates Ponzi, Bitcoinica, Bitscalper, Inputs.IO, Vicurex, Cryptorush, TradeHill, CryptoXChange, GBL, Just Dice, Bitcoin Rain, The Silk Road Seizure, Sheep Marketplace, BS&T, PicoStocks, Bitfloor, Basic Mining, Mintpal and many, many others.

Why is Just-Dice on that list of ponzis, scams, hacks, and thefts? Just-Dice took care of the over 60,000 BTC entrusted to it and returned it all when it shut down.

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June 25, 2016, 08:04:16 PM
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Unfortunately I don't have very much bitcoin right now so I don't know if I qualify. It's going to take me a long time to get 10 bitcoins if ever.

Set a goal and never give up.
I also have a long way to go, before getting a chance to have a balance above 10 BTC. Too many of mine were sold before the 2nd great bull market move.
Thanks for give support to newbie and begginer like me,i am still never give up to try reach my first whole bitcoin (1BTC)
So far i not yet have feeling as new wealthy gentelmen because just have little amount of bitcoin Grin
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Unfortunately I don't have very much bitcoin right now so I don't know if I qualify. It's going to take me a long time to get 10 bitcoins if ever.

Set a goal and never give up.
I also have a long way to go, before getting a chance to have a balance above 10 BTC. Too many of mine were sold before the 2nd great bull market move.
Thanks for give support to newbie and begginer like me,i am still never give up to try reach my first whole bitcoin (1BTC)
So far i not yet have feeling as new wealthy gentelmen because just have little amount of bitcoin Grin

This is just an beginning mate, you can always work on it and try to grab as much coins possible for future, as price will be really high at that time which will make you wealthy gentleman for sure.
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June 25, 2016, 08:38:10 PM
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Unfortunately I don't have very much bitcoin right now so I don't know if I qualify. It's going to take me a long time to get 10 bitcoins if ever.

Set a goal and never give up.
I also have a long way to go, before getting a chance to have a balance above 10 BTC. Too many of mine were sold before the 2nd great bull market move.
Thanks for give support to newbie and begginer like me,i am still never give up to try reach my first whole bitcoin (1BTC)
So far i not yet have feeling as new wealthy gentelmen because just have little amount of bitcoin Grin

This is just an beginning mate, you can always work on it and try to grab as much coins possible for future, as price will be really high at that time which will make you wealthy gentleman for sure.

Yep, you can reach 1btc in no time as long as you work very hard, just run a few signature campaigns and make like half a btc a month and then bam in 2 months you have yourself a whole btc.

Hope this information helps you man good luck on your btc journey.

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You're one of the ultra rare lucky ones. Talk to the thousands of people with money in Mt Gox, Bitinstant, ButterflyLabs, Gaw Miners, MyBitcoin, Pirates Ponzi, Bitcoinica, Bitscalper, Inputs.IO, Vicurex, Cryptorush, TradeHill, CryptoXChange, GBL, Just Dice, Bitcoin Rain, The Silk Road Seizure, Sheep Marketplace, BS&T, PicoStocks, Bitfloor, Basic Mining, Mintpal and many, many others.

Why is Just-Dice on that list of ponzis, scams, hacks, and thefts? Just-Dice took care of the over 60,000 BTC entrusted to it and returned it all when it shut down.

Ok, you found one that was corrected. The point remains that Bitcoin facilitates loss in a way that no other payment system does and has no insurance or fraud protection covering it. I was one of the lucky ones that made money when you could mine with a gpu at almost no cost other than electricity. From now on, people will need to put their own money in to it and they will only make money if they live long enough to see an enormous increase in the exchange rate. It's a gamble that may pay off but it's high risk.

There are many secure investments that pay 10-20% a year. If you start today with $10,000 and average 20% a year for 20 years, you'll have over $380,000. Add $2,000 a year to the pot, and you'll wind up with $756,751 after 20 years. Granted, 20% a year is not super easy to achieve. But even if you only make 10% a year, you're still going to become very wealthy over the long term. People are getting scammed or throwing their money at gambling bitcoins because the return isn't happening fast enough for them. They should simply try a stable long term investment.

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June 25, 2016, 09:38:06 PM
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You're one of the ultra rare lucky ones. Talk to the thousands of people with money in Mt Gox, Bitinstant, ButterflyLabs, Gaw Miners, MyBitcoin, Pirates Ponzi, Bitcoinica, Bitscalper, Inputs.IO, Vicurex, Cryptorush, TradeHill, CryptoXChange, GBL, Just Dice, Bitcoin Rain, The Silk Road Seizure, Sheep Marketplace, BS&T, PicoStocks, Bitfloor, Basic Mining, Mintpal and many, many others.

Why is Just-Dice on that list of ponzis, scams, hacks, and thefts? Just-Dice took care of the over 60,000 BTC entrusted to it and returned it all when it shut down.

Ok, you found one that was corrected. The point remains that Bitcoin facilitates loss in a way that no other payment system does and has no insurance or fraud protection covering it. I was one of the lucky ones that made money when you could mine with a gpu at almost no cost other than electricity. From now on, people will need to put their own money in to it and they will only make money if they live long enough to see an enormous increase in the exchange rate. It's a gamble that may pay off but it's high risk.

There are many secure investments that pay 10-20% a year. If you start today with $10,000 and average 20% a year for 20 years, you'll have over $380,000. Add $2,000 a year to the pot, and you'll wind up with $756,751 after 20 years. Granted, 20% a year is not super easy to achieve. But even if you only make 10% a year, you're still going to become very wealthy over the long term. People are getting scammed or throwing their money at gambling bitcoins because the return isn't happening fast enough for them. They should simply try a stable long term investment.

Yeah, right...

Name some of these "for sure 10%" a year risk-free investments? 

Index funds are amongst the most stable long term investments, and mine only earned on average a bit over 5% over the past 15 years, and sure maybe there could have been ways to apportion them better for greater gains, but to securely earn 10%, I doubt it.

On the other hand, bitcoin seems to be a fairly decent bet... sure it may not be completely secure (well, we know that it is not), but gaining more than 5% per year seems to be very likely, and possibly even more likely to outperform traditional stock index funds in the next 20 years... Sure there is some gamble, and maybe even some need to be interactive with bitcoin and dollar cost averaging or even big swing trading may help to enhance a bitcoin portfolio's performance in the upcoming 20 years.
 

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You're one of the ultra rare lucky ones. Talk to the thousands of people with money in Mt Gox, Bitinstant, ButterflyLabs, Gaw Miners, MyBitcoin, Pirates Ponzi, Bitcoinica, Bitscalper, Inputs.IO, Vicurex, Cryptorush, TradeHill, CryptoXChange, GBL, Just Dice, Bitcoin Rain, The Silk Road Seizure, Sheep Marketplace, BS&T, PicoStocks, Bitfloor, Basic Mining, Mintpal and many, many others.

Why is Just-Dice on that list of ponzis, scams, hacks, and thefts? Just-Dice took care of the over 60,000 BTC entrusted to it and returned it all when it shut down.

Ok, you found one that was corrected. The point remains that Bitcoin facilitates loss in a way that no other payment system does and has no insurance or fraud protection covering it. I was one of the lucky ones that made money when you could mine with a gpu at almost no cost other than electricity. From now on, people will need to put their own money in to it and they will only make money if they live long enough to see an enormous increase in the exchange rate. It's a gamble that may pay off but it's high risk.

There are many secure investments that pay 10-20% a year. If you start today with $10,000 and average 20% a year for 20 years, you'll have over $380,000. Add $2,000 a year to the pot, and you'll wind up with $756,751 after 20 years. Granted, 20% a year is not super easy to achieve. But even if you only make 10% a year, you're still going to become very wealthy over the long term. People are getting scammed or throwing their money at gambling bitcoins because the return isn't happening fast enough for them. They should simply try a stable long term investment.

Yeah, right...

Name some of these "for sure 10%" a year risk-free investments? 

Index funds are amongst the most stable long term investments, and mine only earned on average a bit over 5% over the past 15 years, and sure maybe there could have been ways to apportion them better for greater gains, but to securely earn 10%, I doubt it.

On the other hand, bitcoin seems to be a fairly decent bet... sure it may not be completely secure (well, we know that it is not), but gaining more than 5% per year seems to be very likely, and possibly even more likely to outperform traditional stock index funds in the next 20 years... Sure there is some gamble, and maybe even some need to be interactive with bitcoin and dollar cost averaging or even big swing trading may help to enhance a bitcoin portfolio's performance in the upcoming 20 years.
 

There are 10-12% return investments that aren't hard to find. I've averaged 14% a year on a WSIB Real Estate Investment Trust. The problem is you need investment money and the knowledge to know what's right for you.

That's hard to do if you think a good job is a signature campaign on bitcointalk.

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You're one of the ultra rare lucky ones. Talk to the thousands of people with money in Mt Gox, Bitinstant, ButterflyLabs, Gaw Miners, MyBitcoin, Pirates Ponzi, Bitcoinica, Bitscalper, Inputs.IO, Vicurex, Cryptorush, TradeHill, CryptoXChange, GBL, Just Dice, Bitcoin Rain, The Silk Road Seizure, Sheep Marketplace, BS&T, PicoStocks, Bitfloor, Basic Mining, Mintpal and many, many others.

Why is Just-Dice on that list of ponzis, scams, hacks, and thefts? Just-Dice took care of the over 60,000 BTC entrusted to it and returned it all when it shut down.

Ok, you found one that was corrected.

What do you mean, corrected?

Just-Dice never needed correcting, and your post hasn't yet been corrected. I still don't understand why you would include the most reputable Bitcoin gambling site in a big list of scam sites.

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June 25, 2016, 10:34:32 PM
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1 BTC is still very possible for the average joe with some work, but the more you take, the worse it will be to get there, so get to work and do it quick.

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