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May 24, 2016, 02:51:08 PM
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seems like someone was indicating this in the Gleb thread in Meta section

they are all buddies including Mark Karpeles so u wouldnt expect any bans

anyway, Big Vern will be here to no doubt along with the rest of the Bitcoin

Foundation because at the end of the day after they blow all their money on

snort and blow they will come crawling back here to start some wacky

idea like Eth since BTC is no longer offering a 100x multiplier

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Each block is stacked on top of the previous one. Adding another block to the top makes all lower blocks more difficult to remove: there is more "weight" above each block. A transaction in a block 6 blocks deep (6 confirmations) will be very difficult to remove.
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May 24, 2016, 03:22:58 PM
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Didn't the TF account get sold?  I thought whoever owns it now is not the same original scammer-owner.  Is that true?

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May 24, 2016, 05:47:28 PM
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seems like someone was indicating this in the Gleb thread in Meta section

they are all buddies including Mark Karpeles so u wouldnt expect any bans

anyway, Big Vern will be here to no doubt along with the rest of the Bitcoin

Foundation because at the end of the day after they blow all their money on

snort and blow they will come crawling back here to start some wacky

idea like Eth since BTC is no longer offering a 100x multiplier

When was Phin found outed to be Trade Fortress?



Would you be so kind as to delete this thread because I don't appreciate being thrown... into... public. That said, I have the right to remain silent, so kindly toss me back into the bar.

Surely, my post - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1482773.msg14948222#msg14948222 - (which wasn't meant as a diss) didn't have anything to do with you starting this thread, did it, bud? As far as I know, I have no issues with you unless, that is, your user account is now controlled by some nefarious actor having the red-ass toward me. I'll assume that this has just been a misunderstanding on your part.

I look forward to your reply prior to following up.
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May 24, 2016, 08:57:42 PM
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seems like someone was indicating this in the Gleb thread in Meta section

they are all buddies including Mark Karpeles so u wouldnt expect any bans

anyway, Big Vern will be here to no doubt along with the rest of the Bitcoin

Foundation because at the end of the day after they blow all their money on

snort and blow they will come crawling back here to start some wacky

idea like Eth since BTC is no longer offering a 100x multiplier

Forget Gleb and TF, just let us know where you're getting whatever it is that you're using. This should be better than duckweed.

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May 24, 2016, 11:40:38 PM
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seems like someone was indicating this in the Gleb thread in Meta section

they are all buddies including Mark Karpeles so u wouldnt expect any bans

anyway, Big Vern will be here to no doubt along with the rest of the Bitcoin

Foundation because at the end of the day after they blow all their money on

snort and blow they will come crawling back here to start some wacky

idea like Eth since BTC is no longer offering a 100x multiplier

Forget Gleb and TF, just let us know where you're getting whatever it is that you're using. This should be better than duckweed.

Nothing's better than duckweed! Case in point is the delusional Chantha Owen Lueung selling the shit to Leroy Fodor to make him even more delusional. Rumor has it that the next duckweed conference is gonna be sponsored by Crypto-city, with its tickets only available via RateCoin through the StakeMiners Ponzi site. Trolls not allowed in attendance, with its keynote speakers speaking only in Fishish.
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May 25, 2016, 12:11:02 AM
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seems like someone was indicating this in the Gleb thread in Meta section
they are all buddies including Mark Karpeles so u wouldnt expect any bans
anyway, Big Vern will be here to no doubt along with the rest of the Bitcoin
Foundation because at the end of the day after they blow all their money on
snort and blow they will come crawling back here to start some wacky
idea like Eth since BTC is no longer offering a 100x multiplier
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