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May 30, 2017, 04:36:05 AM

Current Bitcoin transaction fee: $2.18

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Let's do a peer to peer gold transaction. I'll pay you double spot for an ounce of gold on delivery. Let's see about those $0 transaction fees.

Here is my address. https://www.google.com/maps/@-43.1382064,147.2102165,17z


That address lol  Cheesy
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May 30, 2017, 04:43:46 AM

Current Bitcoin transaction fee: $2.18

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Let's do a peer to peer gold transaction. I'll pay you double spot for an ounce of gold on delivery. Let's see about those $0 transaction fees.

Here is my address. https://www.google.com/maps/@-43.1382064,147.2102165,17z

That address lol  Cheesy

This is not Burger King motherfucker.  Nobody said you get to have it your way.  Not to mention the fact that any bitcoin sent would obviously be for a good or service, and that good would need to be transported to you still whether you use bitcoin or gold or silver.  Best case scenario you are eliminating 1/2 of the round trip by using unsound money, increasing globalization at the expense of the local economy.  Bitcoin is great for subsidizing the current status quo dysfunctional system.  

At some point down the road (probably sooner than later), that globalization paradigm will implode and either only the local economy will matter, or the local economy is going to matter a lot more.  In that context of local economies (even in present day), there is no reason to use any form of money with usury fees tied to it which rules bitcoin out.
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May 30, 2017, 04:50:51 AM

Current Bitcoin transaction fee: $2.18

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Let's do a peer to peer gold transaction. I'll pay you double spot for an ounce of gold on delivery. Let's see about those $0 transaction fees.

Here is my address. https://www.google.com/maps/@-43.1382064,147.2102165,17z

Yep. And don't forget to have the assay equipment ready to ensure it's 99.99% gold. Maybe a furnace to melt it down to check inside etc. Smiley
I think you should also factor in some storage costs if you want a vault somewhere to keep it safe. Smiley

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May 30, 2017, 05:42:16 AM

Current Bitcoin transaction fee: $2.18

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Let's do a peer to peer gold transaction. I'll pay you double spot for an ounce of gold on delivery. Let's see about those $0 transaction fees.

Here is my address. https://www.google.com/maps/@-43.1382064,147.2102165,17z

That address lol  Cheesy

This is not Burger King motherfucker.  Nobody said you get to have it your way.  Not to mention the fact that any bitcoin sent would obviously be for a good or service, and that good would need to be transported to you still whether you use bitcoin or gold or silver.  Best case scenario you are eliminating 1/2 of the round trip by using unsound money, increasing globalization at the expense of the local economy.  Bitcoin is great for subsidizing the current status quo dysfunctional system.  

At some point down the road (probably sooner than later), that globalization paradigm will implode and either only the local economy will matter, or the local economy is going to matter a lot more.  In that context of local economies (even in present day), there is no reason to use any form of money with usury fees tied to it which rules bitcoin out.

Globalization only sucks because governments exist. Sans government, globalization is perfectly fine. At least complain about the thing which actually causes the problem.

Besides, I like my beer from England, my wine from France, my cars from Japan, my tools from Finland and Germany, my handguns from Austria, my rifles from the U.S.A. and my women from all over. If I tried to get this stuff locally, I would be drinking piss, driving a broken down piece of shit that I couldn't fix, blowing my hand off, and fucking a goat.

Bitcoin does not subsidize the status quo dysfunctional system, it allows you to opt-out of it.
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May 30, 2017, 05:58:29 AM

This is worth looking at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJbxaFHGk2M&feature=youtu.be
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May 30, 2017, 07:04:08 AM

Besides, I like my beer from England, my wine from France, my cars from Japan, my tools from Finland and Germany, my handguns from Austria, my rifles from the U.S.A. and my women from all over. If I tried to get this stuff locally, I would be drinking piss, driving a broken down piece of shit that I couldn't fix, blowing my hand off, and fucking a goat.

QFT
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Current Bitcoin transaction fee: $2.18

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Let's do a peer to peer gold transaction. I'll pay you double spot for an ounce of gold on delivery. Let's see about those $0 transaction fees.

Here is my address. https://www.google.com/maps/@-43.1382064,147.2102165,17z

That address lol  Cheesy

This is not Burger King motherfucker.  Nobody said you get to have it your way.  Not to mention the fact that any bitcoin sent would obviously be for a good or service, and that good would need to be transported to you still whether you use bitcoin or gold or silver.  Best case scenario you are eliminating 1/2 of the round trip by using unsound money, increasing globalization at the expense of the local economy.  Bitcoin is great for subsidizing the current status quo dysfunctional system.  

At some point down the road (probably sooner than later), that globalization paradigm will implode and either only the local economy will matter, or the local economy is going to matter a lot more.  In that context of local economies (even in present day), there is no reason to use any form of money with usury fees tied to it which rules bitcoin out.

Globalization only sucks because governments exist. Sans government, globalization is perfectly fine. At least complain about the thing which actually causes the problem.

Besides, I like my beer from England, my wine from France, my cars from Japan, my tools from Finland and Germany, my handguns from Austria, my rifles from the U.S.A. and my women from all over. If I tried to get this stuff locally, I would be drinking piss, driving a broken down piece of shit that I couldn't fix, blowing my hand off, and fucking a goat.

Bitcoin does not subsidize the status quo dysfunctional system, it allows you to opt-out of it.
without governments there would be anarchy. or if not anarchy then societies would at least be much more primitive than they are right now.
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May 30, 2017, 08:23:21 AM

Current Bitcoin transaction fee: $2.18

Peer to peer gold and silver transaction: $0  

Let's do a peer to peer gold transaction. I'll pay you double spot for an ounce of gold on delivery. Let's see about those $0 transaction fees.

Here is my address. https://www.google.com/maps/@-43.1382064,147.2102165,17z

That address lol  Cheesy

This is not Burger King motherfucker.  Nobody said you get to have it your way.  Not to mention the fact that any bitcoin sent would obviously be for a good or service, and that good would need to be transported to you still whether you use bitcoin or gold or silver.  Best case scenario you are eliminating 1/2 of the round trip by using unsound money, increasing globalization at the expense of the local economy.  Bitcoin is great for subsidizing the current status quo dysfunctional system.  

At some point down the road (probably sooner than later), that globalization paradigm will implode and either only the local economy will matter, or the local economy is going to matter a lot more.  In that context of local economies (even in present day), there is no reason to use any form of money with usury fees tied to it which rules bitcoin out.

Globalization only sucks because governments exist. Sans government, globalization is perfectly fine. At least complain about the thing which actually causes the problem.

Besides, I like my beer from England, my wine from France, my cars from Japan, my tools from Finland and Germany, my handguns from Austria, my rifles from the U.S.A. and my women from all over. If I tried to get this stuff locally, I would be drinking piss, driving a broken down piece of shit that I couldn't fix, blowing my hand off, and fucking a goat.

Bitcoin does not subsidize the status quo dysfunctional system, it allows you to opt-out of it.
without governments there would be anarchy. or if not anarchy then societies would at least be much more primitive than they are right now.

Ahhh, the good old days without governments. With local warlords and pillaging...
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May 30, 2017, 08:56:44 AM

How long until the ATH is broken again?
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May 30, 2017, 08:57:21 AM

Ahhh, the good old days without governments. With local warlords and pillaging...

Fact is that without government you'd have... Governments.
That's like rats, everytime you kill one you get a whole new family settling in your cave.
So live with your rats and learn to love them :3

Same can be said about altcoins right now! Everytime one is down, 5 new ICO are beginning xD
Does anyone have a site or something to follow the big ICO launches by the way? Because when ICO are really good they make the price move. Up if ICO is accepting BTC only!
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May 30, 2017, 09:03:53 AM

Ahhh, the good old days without governments. With local warlords and pillaging...

Fact is that without government you'd have... Governments.
That's like rats, everytime you kill one you get a whole new family settling in your cave.
So live with your rats and learn to love them :3

Same can be said about altcoins right now! Everytime one is down, 5 new ICO are beginning xD
Does anyone have a site or something to follow the big ICO launches by the way? Because when ICO are really good they make the price move. Up if ICO is accepting BTC only!

There is a site here, in Bitcointalk.org:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=159.0
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May 30, 2017, 09:09:09 AM

Sup fellas...


Are we bleeding down to $1500-$1700?

Or trying for $3000 again?


I see an ascending wedge that is getting close to the pointy end.
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ETH on the rise again Undecided

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Do you mean: whales?
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May 30, 2017, 10:04:10 AM

Besides, I like my beer from England, my wine from France, my cars from Japan, my tools from Finland and Germany, my handguns from Austria, my rifles from the U.S.A. and my women from all over. If I tried to get this stuff locally, I would be drinking piss, driving a broken down piece of shit that I couldn't fix, blowing my hand off, and fucking a goat.

QFT

QFT. What does it mean ? Quality Fucking Thread ?
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May 30, 2017, 10:06:15 AM

Ahhh, the good old days without governments. With local warlords and pillaging...

Fact is that without government you'd have... Governments.
That's like rats, everytime you kill one you get a whole new family settling in your cave.
So live with your rats and learn to love them :3

Same can be said about altcoins right now! Everytime one is down, 5 new ICO are beginning xD
Does anyone have a site or something to follow the big ICO launches by the way? Because when ICO are really good they make the price move. Up if ICO is accepting BTC only!

There is a site here, in Bitcointalk.org:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=159.0

Lol yeah but... This section is pure trash.
I mean everytime someone launches a shitcoin, they hire hundreds of newcommers and launch them on this section to talk and talk and talk of how great the project will be.

I'd like more... Objective informations.
Like about the creators, the code itself, what it's worth etc...
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Besides, I like my beer from England, my wine from France, my cars from Japan, my tools from Finland and Germany, my handguns from Austria, my rifles from the U.S.A. and my women from all over. If I tried to get this stuff locally, I would be drinking piss, driving a broken down piece of shit that I couldn't fix, blowing my hand off, and fucking a goat.

QFT

QFT. What does it mean ? Quality Fucking Thread ?

Means quoted for truth.

Like posting I agree
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May 30, 2017, 10:13:08 AM

Current Bitcoin transaction fee: $2.18

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Let's do a peer to peer gold transaction. I'll pay you double spot for an ounce of gold on delivery. Let's see about those $0 transaction fees.

Here is my address. https://www.google.com/maps/@-43.1382064,147.2102165,17z

Yep. And don't forget to have the assay equipment ready to ensure it's 99.99% gold. Maybe a furnace to melt it down to check inside etc. Smiley
I think you should also factor in some storage costs if you want a vault somewhere to keep it safe. Smiley



Who needs gold when you can have tungsten?
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May 30, 2017, 10:24:22 AM


 (troll stuff...... on ignore)


Globalization only sucks because governments exist. Sans government, globalization is perfectly fine. At least complain about the thing which actually causes the problem.

Besides, I like my beer from England, my wine from France, my cars from Japan, my tools from Finland and Germany, my handguns from Austria, my rifles from the U.S.A. and my women from all over. If I tried to get this stuff locally, I would be drinking piss, driving a broken down piece of shit that I couldn't fix, blowing my hand off, and fucking a goat.

Bitcoin does not subsidize the status quo dysfunctional system, it allows you to opt-out of it.

Just spat coffee over my desk laughing.
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Price to convert Gold into money: Huh

Loss when your gold is robbed: Huh
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