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April 14, 2013, 06:50:12 PM
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Thought I would stop in and say hi instead of just silently searching for more information on how things work.

Too bad we're headed into the hot part of the year and not vice-versa!
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April 14, 2013, 06:58:40 PM
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I became interested in crypto currencies through my long time support for Congressman Doctor Ronald Ernest Paul, (grampy Paul for those that love him, yeah?)  Grin

I did well in the late 90's, (in the century before the one we are currently living within) ... in the dotcom BuBbLe and like many, in '99 and 2000 had not learned enough about shorting a market, and it was a difficult time getting out of the market with some of the profit I had worked so hard to accumulate. Now, older and wiser, I see bitcoin and litecoin and the Crypto Currency markets as a tool that can be used effectively to End the Fed and affect real reforms in the fiat currency ... ponzi scheme markets.

My focus is to share my knowledge of trading and the jargon and language of exchanges with as many who might wish to listen, and to enjoy and learn the new subsets of language that are created by the crypto currency exchange users. I hang out at the trollbox at btc-e.com and I'm learning a lot studying the orderbooks, trading flow, market depth and volume metrics that are developing ... crypto ratios and all sorts of fun math(e)y stuff at btc-e.com which works very hard to maintain a good exchange.

I favor litecoin, LTC, as it obviously plays an important role as a tool to move USD around inside the exchange, into BTC and then back into LTC and functions as an important middling exchange device. I think LTC has more upside and its reputation is less tarnished by the extreme volatility we have seen in recent weeks in Crypto. I understand to some degree the implied relationships of BTC to LTC as perhaps envisioned by the developers as we compare those to the AU/AG ratio. Litecoin, being ASIC resistance, and it's relationships to BTC further increase my interest in LTC, although, BTC is good stuff too,   Shocked . I like silver dimes, so litecoin seems to fit my personality well.

I look forward to spending many years browsing through the many billions of words already at this forum, and the many more billions to come.

I am also a 3D designer, a technical designer more so than an "artist", and I look forward to assisting in, and being a part of the development of bioplastics engineered from Industrial Hemp seed oil and resin stocks. I maintain contact with members of the Kentucky Industrial Hemp Commission and am very encouraged by the Kentucky governor's recent decision to allow the Industrial Hemp Cultivation bill to become law as the time to veto or sign it into law, well, he'll just let that expire.

3D printers need filament, that is their ink. We can all see that the current 2D, paper based printing markets make their money from the sale of ink, refills and new cartridges, that's where the real, sustainable money has always been in the printer market. I believe the exact same principal will apply in 3D printing. I worry about an explosion of 3D printed objects and a market explosion of the use of 3D printer "filament" for that using petroleum based filament. We have enough pollution caused by refuse plastic and the use of petroleum to make plastics we don't need more. Bioplastics are extremely important and I think that a market for 3D filament, for use in 3D printers, produced at an economy of scale using Kentucky Industrial Hemp seed oil stock and resins is a must do for Kentucky. 3D filament is made with some corn already, Industrial Hemp to produce 3D printer filament is a good play. I am also very supportive of the development of home, or desktop 3D filament extruders using collected, junk, or waste plastics, I think they could really help our cultures "throw it away" petroleum based plastics pollution problems.

Thanks to the admins and mods here for the work they do and for providing this forum. Thanks to all the members for sharing.

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April 14, 2013, 07:05:48 PM
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I'm Lemon, a developer of highly available and concurrent web services. I'm also the lead developer behind (what we hope to be) the next generation of home media appliance.

https://crypto.pm/ -- public cryptocurrency exchange currently in testing.

https://escrow.pm/ -- fee free automated escrow.
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April 14, 2013, 07:13:24 PM
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looking to make some trades

Makanan untuk diet (http://www.kateringsehat.com/program-menu-makanan-untuk-diet-sehat/)  atlus (http://www.atlus.com/forum/member.php?u=3500Cool  khonkae (http://www.khonkaenmarathon.com/talk/index.php?action=profile;area=summary;u=1734)
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April 14, 2013, 07:13:39 PM
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Hi, I'm new here. Bought an Radeon 7950, sold my old Nvidia, sold the 2 free games which came with the Radeon, and already mining at 520Mh/s to pay for the upgrade.
In March I mined 1,7 bitcoins and sold them at Mtgox at the end of the month at almost 100 EUR/btc so 7950 is already paid.  Grin
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April 14, 2013, 07:17:35 PM
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In BTC for the money and thrills. Speculating mostly.

Indulge

BTC: 1K26TQLziDP1LqdhjFsGzF2juu5wQBHspE
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April 14, 2013, 08:23:11 PM
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Hello.  I've been mining and trading bitcoins since summer of last year.  What a ride.
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April 14, 2013, 08:25:51 PM
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Hello everyone. I've heard a lot about BTC in the media over the last week. Decided to join the conversations here for an education.
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April 14, 2013, 08:26:58 PM
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Hi i have the http://litecointreasure.com/ come and steal it from me and lets profit together!

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April 14, 2013, 08:31:34 PM
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Hello. 

As one of the many who's attention was grabbed by the spike in BTC last week, I've come here to put my finger to the pulse of the crypto-currency world.  I am interested in BTC, LTC and XRP mining, as well. 
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April 14, 2013, 08:34:40 PM
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I'm silverfish, hoping that opencoin will distribute a second batch of xrp to latecomers
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April 14, 2013, 08:35:30 PM
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I registered before the 2011 $30 bubble.

Now I have to stop lurking so that I can post in other threads. Sad
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April 14, 2013, 08:36:45 PM
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I use BTC to play online poker from the US.

The volatility is also a fun sweat.  
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April 14, 2013, 08:40:19 PM
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Hello fellow newbies. I've been lurking here for a little while and finally decided to sign up. I've been using bitcoins since August 2012. I really hope this thing goes somehwere.

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April 14, 2013, 08:40:40 PM
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Hi my name is srepen, I am new to bitcoin world. I am curious about concept and want to know more about it
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April 14, 2013, 09:00:16 PM
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Hi, I'm BitGlory and I'm not a noob.
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April 14, 2013, 09:03:36 PM
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I am a bitcoin enthusiast that's been following it for a few months and now publisher of the http://TrackingBitcoin.com newsletter (first issue went out last Thursday).

I think Bitcoin is going to be huge one day and the time to get involved is now.
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April 14, 2013, 09:06:14 PM
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Greetings, I'm also a newcomer to the Bitcoin trend. A sign of global unity in terms of currency.

As of now, we have Esperanto as a Neutral international language. We also heard about world citizenship, and now we're hearing about Bitcoin, as a neutral currency, peer to peer; secure, open, and fair.

After seeing related reports on Russia Today, I dived into the Internet to find out about this financial trend, and yes, it's a computerized style of it, and we're also one big central bank (Us, the ones who use it), not the dying euro, not the slowpoke yen, not even the motion sickness inducing US dollar, none of those established currencies, and everyone with a smartphone, a qr scanner, a bitwallet, and a business that accept bitcoins can benefit about it.

For those who didn't mind, I already have a wallet, or should I say, two of them (One is of a website origin)

And I also have a mining pool right here: racersdream.triplemining.com

As I'm a college student, unemployed, I am recurring as for now on sources on how to get free bitcoins, but unfortunately, where I am, surveys aren't this available.

As soon I get more knowledge about it, from newbie I could go to become a Bitcoin veteran. Good luck to those new to the scene, and those who are already established.

We already have a universal language: Esperanto
We already have a universal citizenship: World Citizen
and now we have a universal currency...BITCOIN!
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April 14, 2013, 09:36:11 PM
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Hi guys, I'm loro

I'm trying to earn BTC and LTC and am really only posting here to lift newbie restrictions as I need to send someone a PM.
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April 14, 2013, 09:39:30 PM
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I'm Mike, a tech student from Europe.

I've been interested in crypto currencies since I first heard about bitcoin somewhere in july 2011, but never got around to actually do something with it. Until now that is ... Smiley

currently mining LTC on my average home pc.

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