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March 05, 2013, 09:29:55 PM
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March 05, 2013, 09:34:25 PM
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I'm a bitcoin enthusiast from the west coast of Sweden. Have invested enough the make it interesting, and boy has it been interesting the last days at Mt.Gox...
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March 05, 2013, 09:42:33 PM
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yo it Tm1rbrt

 Bitcoins seem pretty legit i got some stuff to sell so i just need to get my post count up
 cant wait to get me some bitcoins haha
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March 05, 2013, 10:11:21 PM
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I am largely self educated. I taught myself to read at the age of four. My favourite place to hide while playing hookey in school, which was the norm, was the library. I escaped most reprimand by acing their tests anyway. To this day I spend much of my time reading. Whereas in the past, that was mostly books, nowadays it is the Web. I have often found that by the time I read a book, the lag time caused by hard copy publication has rendered it already old news, as I've already read it on the Web.

I was bred to be an anarchist, not so much by my parents, though I was mostly left to raise myself, but rather by my awareness even as early as five that my requirement to attend school was simply might makes right, force. I didn't really think it all the way through until I found Stefan Molyneux, but I was officially a Libertarian Minarchist by the age of 20.  Nowadays I tend to be viscerally cynical about anything to do with the state, though when I converse with people it tends to be less from an ethical and more a pragmatic cynicism. I point out the extreme evil of the consequence of the state, often from an economic perspective. Die hard communists tend to enjoy my perspective, and I often wind up leading them to question their own thoughts on the state as being any possible solution.

I have a strong foundation in economics and much of my thinking finds itself extrapolating from there. I am ecologically minded in much the same way as Bjørn Lomborg. I am the very antithesis of a Luddite, believing fervently that individual entrepreneurship and technology can and will ultimately solve all problems, if they are not stopped from doing so by the state. Political sophisticates often label me as a Libertarian Socialist. I tend to identify myself as a left leaning Anarcho-Capitalist, left leaning because I envisage a common ownership of "the commons", paying a dividend to every individual. I do not envisage that common ownership as being a state, as it by no means implies any monopoly upon, or right to initiate force.

I have been self employed for twenty years creating extreme fetish erotica. Though the quality has been very low budget and therefore somewhat amateurish, I am very proud of the work I have done, as I believe I have evolved that media in a cathartic fashion that has significantly improved the lives of a great many people. I dare say I have even saved lives with it. The changing nature of media however has made it difficult to market such things, given that I dare not put my work where children and other innocents can easily acquire it, and so nowadays I live as a pauper, waiting for inspiration to take me down a new path.

I am 54 years old and the kids are alright.
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March 05, 2013, 10:18:07 PM
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gadddamn there's a lot of random replies to this thread.

anyway, i'm a newbie. and i want to help push this idea of bitcoins to the mainstream!


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March 05, 2013, 10:41:31 PM
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Hi.

yay, a post!
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March 05, 2013, 10:58:17 PM
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Hello bitcoin world...  The sad fact is, I started mining not too long after Bitcoin was first spun up.  Boy do I wish I had been mining all that time...  Now, I'm just trying to get a few things squared away on a rig, wondering if the whole ASIC debate will make mining less of a good option than just flat out buying BTC.
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March 05, 2013, 10:58:28 PM
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just another n00b... bitcoin being another domain to hack with.
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March 05, 2013, 11:03:29 PM
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Hello bitcointalk!  Smiley

BTC: 1NWQ4TarCCC7j1XY26KRFFEtLYbPP6S3DH
XRP: rJkbeyRaUYDmcukEyLYVfn56QDM9VhybZG
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March 05, 2013, 11:49:29 PM
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Hello bitcoin world...  The sad fact is, I started mining not too long after Bitcoin was first spun up.  Boy do I wish I had been mining all that time...  Now, I'm just trying to get a few things squared away on a rig, wondering if the whole ASIC debate will make mining less of a good option than just flat out buying BTC.

Depending on the Mh/s of your older rig, it may be more profitable to just buy BTCs. But, why not mine your heart out until ASIC's have fully been integrated into the market and made everything impossible for the little guys..

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March 06, 2013, 01:42:35 AM
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Hi everyone, just here to learn and trade and learn some more!

donate: 14gbuHkQ9GWeattFW6z26xg5RTnVR1MDMJ
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March 06, 2013, 03:23:51 AM
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Hi all! Looking to add great new service to the community.

Massage4BTC.com - find local massage therapists
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March 06, 2013, 03:46:40 AM
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I'm new here.  Been using BTC for a few years now and am simply amazed at the technology around them and their success.

I've been lurking on this forum for a long time, but never posted, so here's to it.
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March 06, 2013, 04:07:36 AM
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Hello there. Brand new in the whole BTC world.  "~8678 blocks remaining" says the app I just got from bitcoin.org :-)

2 questions:


1): why do we need to trade back to fiat currencies (yes I know the obvious answer, but I would love to see a push toward the other way around, fiat money -> bitcoin.

2) could bitcoin survive on Mars? I understand that the network is shared and all transactions proofs are distributed (mining) and saved, in a simple description. A mining rig on Mars would need to be connected back with the network on Earth 24/7 so not to break the chain and all. But could this little mining box slow down the whole system (because of the time it would take for the updates to go back and forth?)

Anyway I am here to learn :-)


"~7481 blocks remaining"...
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March 06, 2013, 04:12:35 AM
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hi, i'm pennydumb. I think bitcoins as our future economy and I want to be a part of that movement.
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March 06, 2013, 04:34:31 AM
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My first post. Hello errbody
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March 06, 2013, 05:03:52 AM
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Hi, here krako.
My first post

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March 06, 2013, 05:43:40 AM
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Longtime lurker, first time poster. Shameless post pad to get out of newbie jail.

"The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary."
-- H.L. Mencken (1918)
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March 06, 2013, 05:46:05 AM
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Hello~~~~Bitcointalk!
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March 06, 2013, 06:14:41 AM
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I bought my first bitcoin a week ago because bytesized hosting offered a 20 percent discount this month if you payed in bitcoins. Needless to say, I'm now hooked. I only wished I bought some a couple months ago.
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