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April 20, 2013, 05:32:51 AM
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Hey, mainly got into Bitcoin to play poker, got pointed to this site, so here checking it out. Cheers!
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April 20, 2013, 05:53:51 AM
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Hey guys, I just got back into the crypto thing after learning about Litecoin.

Kicking myself for not buying BTC @ 6.00...

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April 20, 2013, 06:00:36 AM
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Hi
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April 20, 2013, 06:06:32 AM
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Good Morning!

started mining a week ago with an HD 7870 XT averaging around 510MH/s
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April 20, 2013, 06:07:43 AM
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sadly difficulty increased, so my margin is shrinking Sad
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April 20, 2013, 06:08:36 AM
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hopefully the asics stay scarce for some time more
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April 20, 2013, 06:09:50 AM
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has someone tried to power his rig with photovoltaics?
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April 20, 2013, 06:10:04 AM
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fully or partially?
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April 20, 2013, 07:28:30 AM
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Canadian guy here, just heard about bitcoins a couple months ago, and I live off the grid with no high-speed internet, so can't get in on the action yet.
I stayed up all night reading this forum, some of Morpheus's stuff about Goldcoin and stablecoin, and I am fascinated.  I see a day when there will be hundreds of distributed currencies, like Googlecoin, Exxoncoin, IBMcoin, GEcoin, maybe even Labourcoin (tagged to the value of 1 hour of unskilled labor) and so on, and a bunch of exchanges, and people will have highly diversified portfolios of currency, trading globally, without interference.  Despite what the Europeans are doing, and the Americans and the British, with their kleptocratic QE schemes and so on, a free market will arise, based on physical wealth.  As an anarcho-capitalist, this truly gives me hope.
Eh, I dunno bro. Firstly, there's not much advantage to having a basket of currencies. Ideally in theoretic terms you'd have a single worldwide currency. That wasn't practical with fiat money, but it is with bitcoin.

As for "labourcoin," there's no set value to 1 hour of unskilled labor, so it's a useless concept.

Also an ancap here.

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April 20, 2013, 07:52:00 AM
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Hi to everyone
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April 20, 2013, 09:00:11 AM
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Hello, I'm Michele, 37 years old and I live in London (UK)
I have been mining for an year now

www.easyha.sh - coming soon
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April 20, 2013, 09:31:50 AM
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Hello! Im Johan, 40 from sweden Smiley Im mostly a noob BTC trader and bought in at 10$ and did NOT sell out at 250. lol
So well im hoping for a rinse and repeat. Its just for fun anyway, but you can easily forget that fact when the price goes up...
Probbaly trading to much with gut and too little brain. Wich I think is pretty common.
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April 20, 2013, 01:32:20 PM
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Hi!
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April 20, 2013, 01:34:02 PM
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Canadian guy here, just heard about bitcoins a couple months ago, and I live off the grid with no high-speed internet, so can't get in on the action yet.
I stayed up all night reading this forum, some of Morpheus's stuff about Goldcoin and stablecoin, and I am fascinated.  I see a day when there will be hundreds of distributed currencies, like Googlecoin, Exxoncoin, IBMcoin, GEcoin, maybe even Labourcoin (tagged to the value of 1 hour of unskilled labor) and so on, and a bunch of exchanges, and people will have highly diversified portfolios of currency, trading globally, without interference.  Despite what the Europeans are doing, and the Americans and the British, with their kleptocratic QE schemes and so on, a free market will arise, based on physical wealth.  As an anarcho-capitalist, this truly gives me hope.
Eh, I dunno bro. Firstly, there's not much advantage to having a basket of currencies. Ideally in theoretic terms you'd have a single worldwide currency. That wasn't practical with fiat money, but it is with bitcoin.

As for "labourcoin," there's no set value to 1 hour of unskilled labor, so it's a useless concept.

Also an ancap here.

I disagree. Having a diversified set of currencies competing, each tagged to different economic sectors would help to be proof against recessions.  There is an incentive for large companies to make their own crypto-currencies, so they can move wealth around without large fees/taxes.  As for laborcoins, well, 1 hour of labor is approximately equal to 1 days food for 1 person, pretty much everywhere.  IMHO, a currency does not exist in a void as merely a medium of exchange, but should be tied to real-world, physical wealth.  Fiat currency relies on trust and consensus, crypto-currencies may be able to actually mirror real-world physical wealth, like barrels of oil, shares in a company or food.

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LTC: LYYC67qyVXnbvv11mYzcPREhVRgkmA8zz3
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April 20, 2013, 01:47:47 PM
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hi all.
I want to make a wallet based on several coins, to diversify the investment Smiley

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April 20, 2013, 01:52:04 PM
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Yo, long time lurker turned registered poster.
Figured i register to post and contribute since i'm pretty into cryptocurrencies.
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April 20, 2013, 02:03:10 PM
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Hello
I'm Krzysztof from Poland, I'm graduated study few months ago
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April 20, 2013, 02:07:03 PM
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hi cardan.
have you studyed math coins in college ?
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April 20, 2013, 02:08:22 PM
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sup bitcoin world excited to finally be a part of this movement that will take us into the next generation. long live bitcoins! hahaha  Grin
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April 20, 2013, 05:39:12 PM
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Hi everyone   Grin
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