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March 26, 2013, 12:45:26 AM

Sell and build a cabin in the woods
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March 26, 2013, 02:11:13 AM

First, I'd buy one of those cars from wikispeed:

Then once they have bitcoin ATMs available I'd buy a bunch of those and offer them to every business in town. I liked the suggestion of setting up exchanges for expats who wire money back home, so I'd give one ATM to the latino center here in town.

In reality, if I had 10,000 bitcoins but had to spend them right now I'd buy as much food and non-perishables with the bitcoin as I could, use the remaining ~$700,000 worth of bitcoin to buy gold and silver (75/25 between and physical bullion in a safety deposit box) and honestly probably just go back to living my life pretty much how I do now, with an eye on early retirement. But I'd probably travel more.

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March 26, 2013, 04:04:36 AM

Invest with Pirate!

Alternatively, and more seriously, donate half of it to developers and evangelists whose effort you deem productive thus far. The other half - burn priv keys, KLF style, film the burning, and send footage to Spekulatius for his documentary. Prove that lost coins do not affect Bitcoin system, ad nobody gives a fuck.

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Your mining rig is on fire, yet you're very calm.
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