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April 01, 2014, 06:32:05 PM
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I thought it was because i was drunk when i read the news, but BITCOIN OFFICIALLY banned china is true! Way to go bro

lol still drunk?

It's an obvious April's fools joke. xD
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April 01, 2014, 06:44:28 PM
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I thought it was because i was drunk when i read the news, but BITCOIN OFFICIALLY banned china is true! Way to go bro

lol still drunk?

It's an obvious April's fools joke. xD
I've been had again, uugggh.  But they should do it anyway.
I really thought it was Christmas in April for Bitcoin.
That's what happens when you read the headlines before the first pot of coffee is brewed...  Wink


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April 01, 2014, 07:01:16 PM
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Now methinks its time to stop this april drunken fools thingie Wink But perhaps I just catched some attention, its important to us humans.. (noway goglebot etc )  Somehow i think there is a bunch of humans writing in these forums =) and not a little bunch just reading.

edit: this doesnt meen im still drunk =)
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April 01, 2014, 07:17:53 PM
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I thought it was because i was drunk when i read the news, but BITCOIN OFFICIALLY banned china is true! Way to go bro

lol still drunk?

It's an obvious April's fools joke. xD
I've been had again, uugggh.  But they should do it anyway.
I really thought it was Christmas in April for Bitcoin.
That's what happens when you read the headlines before the first pot of coffee is brewed...  Wink

Whose "they" the CEO of Bitcoin tm ??

Geez really?

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April 01, 2014, 07:34:53 PM
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I thought it was because i was drunk when i read the news, but BITCOIN OFFICIALLY banned china is true! Way to go bro

lol still drunk?

It's an obvious April's fools joke. xD
I've been had again, uugggh.  But they should do it anyway.
I really thought it was Christmas in April for Bitcoin.
That's what happens when you read the headlines before the first pot of coffee is brewed...  Wink
All due respect, this is not the first time you have commented on an article before actually reading it. Headlines can be misleading, be sure to read the actual article. The last time you did this was on an article that compared Mt Gox to failed gambling web sites. You accused the author of promoting their own gambling site (which they weren't, and as well as that the author didn't own a gambling web site).

If you had read the article, you would have seen gems like this:
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...more than a dozen canaries (bred for their ‘bitcoin’ yellow hue) died in Chinese bitcoin mines last year.

This is obviously untrue since the official colour of Bitcoin is orange, not yellow. Everyone knows that the canaries that sit on Bitcoin Miner's shoulders are orange.

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April 01, 2014, 07:45:51 PM
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naw, I read it alright, and noticed it was full of puns, so I read it again... and in the first paragraph, "Bitcoin Board of Directors" is the one that hooked me...   I was thinking that was referring to the Bitcoin Foundation; obviously not.
It wouldn't matter then if the rest was smack then.... 
On to the day....


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April 01, 2014, 07:58:09 PM
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wow ... and I thought you were joking and going along with the April fools joke  Roll Eyes
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April 01, 2014, 08:11:01 PM
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naw, I read it alright, and noticed it was full of puns, so I read it again... and in the first paragraph, "Bitcoin Board of Directors" is the one that hooked me...   I was thinking that was referring to the Bitcoin Foundation; obviously not.
It wouldn't matter then if the rest was smack then.... 
On to the day....

Did you know that the word "gullible" does not appear in the dictionary?

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April 01, 2014, 08:17:33 PM
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naw, I read it alright, and noticed it was full of puns, so I read it again... and in the first paragraph, "Bitcoin Board of Directors" is the one that hooked me...   I was thinking that was referring to the Bitcoin Foundation; obviously not.
It wouldn't matter then if the rest was smack then.... 
On to the day....

Did you know that the word "gullible" does not appear in the dictionary?

and i just made up the word gullibility

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April 01, 2014, 08:42:39 PM
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naw, I read it alright, and noticed it was full of puns, so I read it again... and in the first paragraph, "Bitcoin Board of Directors" is the one that hooked me...   I was thinking that was referring to the Bitcoin Foundation; obviously not.
It wouldn't matter then if the rest was smack then.... 
On to the day....

Did you know that the word "gullible" does not appear in the dictionary?

and i just made up the word gullibility
Gullibility - the ability to act gull like

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April 01, 2014, 08:45:49 PM
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gullibility - everyone who ever ordered a pre-order asic.

yes, i'm guilty of this.  Angry

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April 01, 2014, 09:10:36 PM
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Really?!  Someone took this hilarious article seriously?

Who doesn't wake up on April 1st without thinking the for the rest of the entire day everything you read needs to get extra scrutiny.
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April 01, 2014, 09:44:31 PM
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gullibility - everyone who ever ordered a pre-order asic.

yes, i'm guilty of this.  Angry

Me too...
Honestly, it looked like such a good idea in late Nov-early Dec. I wonder how many refunded. Sometimes I feel like a last one with batch#1 order (I refunded the second Neptune). At $13200+~$1500(electricity for 6mo of operation)=$14700, it is enough to purchase ~30 BTC today hassle free. The upside in mining is the miner itself. You might be able to mine 15, maybe 20 BTC in case of May delivery. The residual cost of miner (in $$ would depend on BTC price at sell point). You can return all $$ spent if you are lucky (BTC going up instead of down) plus keep BTC (minus taxes).
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gullibility - everyone who ever ordered a pre-order asic.

yes, i'm guilty of this.  Angry

Me too...
Honestly, it looked like such a good idea in late Nov-early Dec. I wonder how many refunded. Sometimes I feel like a last one with batch#1 order (I refunded the second Neptune). At $13200+~$1500(electricity for 6mo of operation)=$14700, it is enough to purchase ~30 BTC today hassle free. The upside in mining is the miner itself. You might be able to mine 15, maybe 20 BTC in case of May delivery. The residual cost of miner (in $$ would depend on BTC price at sell point). You can return all $$ spent if you are lucky (BTC going up instead of down) plus keep BTC (minus taxes).

i bought another 0.5btc today. this is becoming a habit.  Undecided

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April 01, 2014, 09:55:10 PM
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gullibility - everyone who ever ordered a pre-order asic.

yes, i'm guilty of this.  Angry
In that case I'm the Sheriff of Gullible Gulch.

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April 01, 2014, 10:27:20 PM
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naw, I read it alright, and noticed it was full of puns, so I read it again... and in the first paragraph, "Bitcoin Board of Directors" is the one that hooked me...   I was thinking that was referring to the Bitcoin Foundation; obviously not.
It wouldn't matter then if the rest was smack then....  
On to the day....

Did you know that the word "gullible" does not appear in the dictionary?

and i just made up the word gullibility
Webster's new international Dictionary has it...  Gullable; Man, at dawn, deprived of coffee. *footnote see Phoenix for example
Damned April fools anyway!  


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April 01, 2014, 10:29:59 PM
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It's official, I'm no longer a KNC customer in waiting. My final refund arrived today. Well, the good thing about it all is I basically just got paid $30,000 for the 31BTC I sold back then.

So, recommendations. Antminer S2 or Spoondoodilies?

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April 01, 2014, 10:34:52 PM
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It's official, I'm no longer a KNC customer in waiting. My final refund arrived today. Well, the good thing about it all is I basically just got paid $30,000 for the 31BTC I sold back then.

So, recommendations. Antminer S2 or Spoondoodilies?

Mining at home or Colo?  Well, actually, unless density is hugely important I'd go with the S2, but only after seeing some end-user reviews.

I like the Spoondidler, but it's loud, pricing is prohibitive, and there's a pretty sizeable delay between order and receive.  It's a really nice looking piece of HW though.
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April 01, 2014, 10:51:47 PM
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It's official, I'm no longer a KNC customer in waiting. My final refund arrived today. Well, the good thing about it all is I basically just got paid $30,000 for the 31BTC I sold back then.

So, recommendations. Antminer S2 or Spoondoodilies?
Whatever will return more BTC than it costs ... oh wait ... nothing does Tongue

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April 01, 2014, 11:34:16 PM
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It's official, I'm no longer a KNC customer in waiting. My final refund arrived today. Well, the good thing about it all is I basically just got paid $30,000 for the 31BTC I sold back then.

So, recommendations. Antminer S2 or Spoondoodilies?
Whatever will return more BTC than it costs ... oh wait ... nothing does Tongue
Ha! So true. It's all chasing pennies with dollars.

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