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June 27, 2017, 07:43:35 PM
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hmm, image link not working.   http://imgur.com/a/0AxmO

we didn't break out yet. Maybe they didn't sell at the bottom. yet

edit! : OK, so epic bull trap
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June 27, 2017, 08:15:38 PM

According to Clif High we are to begin going parabolic come late June .. Is this the beginning of the road to $13k ?
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June 27, 2017, 08:24:20 PM

am too lazy to even bother Smiley

if you link 10 btc you get more than 0.1 bitcoin at the moment. that's a pretty good payday for a few minutes of clicking.
i wanted to test it, but they want to link with facebook. [wtf is facebook,i never use it] Roll Eyes so no free bitcoins for me again. Will need to make some by trading Smiley
Using a fake FB account and a couple of minutes clicking I just made around 0.4 BTC. Yay.
Now looking forward to the next Byteball airdrop.
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June 27, 2017, 08:28:28 PM

bears looking ugly again ... and all the usual full of shit trolls crawling out from their roach holes spewing golden lies.

... might be a good buyable dip, who knows ?
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June 27, 2017, 08:38:25 PM

Ok, could someone help me please.

With regards to byteball and whatever else......  

I hold a reasonable amount of btc. Not as much as some of the people here but enough to be pretty pissed off if anything happened to them.

I store all on paper wallets (plural)

How would I get my free shit coins?

Proving numerous paper wallets and moving it all around is not what I want to be doing as I was panicking just setting all that up in the first place!!

I'm guessing the answer will be. Well Rjclarke2000 if you don't move it you don't get free shit coins.....


I am open to ideas from people more intelligent than myself.

This is btc related mr Admin Mod as I want more btc.
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June 27, 2017, 08:43:24 PM

bears looking ugly again ... and all the usual full of shit trolls crawling out from their roach holes spewing golden lies.

... might be a good buyable dip, who knows ?
my original plan was to buy at 2200, but..
1.) I got scared by the speed it was going down,
2.) It didn't get to 2200 Grin [low was 2207.8]
..so now, Im not taking any action on bitcoin before this triangle is broken. But if its broken on the lower side, i will start to believe its H&S in the making and $2000 would be in danger

for now, in my view, it should target 2500+, but may still correct a bit towards 2300 before
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June 27, 2017, 08:48:15 PM


How would I get my free shit coins?


Get an old laptop. Wipe the hell out of it and install a Linux version or Windows if you're not a fan. Install Electrum. Disconnect from the internet. Import your paper wallet private keys into Electrum. Sign the addresses. Make a note of the signatures. Feed them into Byteball or whatever with another machine. Wipe the laptop to hell again before it gets to the internet.

You'll probably go insane typing the keys out correctly but that's probably the most efficient way to do it.
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June 27, 2017, 08:48:52 PM

According to Clif High we are to begin going parabolic come late June .. Is this the beginning of the road to $13k ?
Confirmed. Crocodile teeth stairway to Heaven.
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June 27, 2017, 08:53:41 PM

Ok, could someone help me please.

With regards to byteball and whatever else......  

I hold a reasonable amount of btc. Not as much as some of the people here but enough to be pretty pissed off if anything happened to them.

I store all on paper wallets (plural)

How would I get my free shit coins?

Proving numerous paper wallets and moving it all around is not what I want to be doing as I was panicking just setting all that up in the first place!!

I'm guessing the answer will be. Well Rjclarke2000 if you don't move it you don't get free shit coins.....


I am open to ideas from people more intelligent than myself.

This is btc related mr Admin Mod as I want more btc.

You would need to use an isolated secure PC, introduce the private keys and generate the signatures that prove you control them. Then copy all the signatures to a flash memory and copy them to your internet connected PC, then do the claim process from it.

Maybe not worth it... it depends on how many BTC you have for each paperwallet.

All that problems would be solved by one or several hardware wallets. The weakness of paperwallets is that any time you need to use them you are exposing the private key to a PC. People doesn't realise that even if they don't regularly "use them" they will have to do it some day in order to claim its BTC.
 

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June 27, 2017, 08:56:33 PM

Now for you newer guys, something a little different, a wayback machine video on Bitcoin from April 2013.

Notice the outright hostility of the interviewer, while Jeff Berwick keeps his cool.  Cool

http://video.foxbusiness.com/v/2302645969001/?playlist_id=937116503001#sp=show-clips
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June 27, 2017, 09:08:47 PM

Ok, could someone help me please.

With regards to byteball and whatever else......  

I hold a reasonable amount of btc. Not as much as some of the people here but enough to be pretty pissed off if anything happened to them.

I store all on paper wallets (plural)

How would I get my free shit coins?

Proving numerous paper wallets and moving it all around is not what I want to be doing as I was panicking just setting all that up in the first place!!

I'm guessing the answer will be. Well Rjclarke2000 if you don't move it you don't get free shit coins.....


I am open to ideas from people more intelligent than myself.

This is btc related mr Admin Mod as I want more btc.

You would need to use an isolated secure PC, introduce the private keys and generate the signatures that prove you control them. Then copy all the signatures to a flash memory and copy them to your internet connected PC, then do the claim process from it.

Maybe not worth it... it depends on how many BTC you have for each paperwallet.

All that problems would be solved by one or several hardware wallets. The weakness of paperwallets is that any time you need to use them you are exposing the private key to a PC. People doesn't realise that even if they don't regularly "use them" they will have to do it some day in order to claim its BTC.
 




Ok thanks guys. I may be making a big mistake but I think as I am too worried about moving them about (which I have actually done in the past) I will not bother. I will keep the paper wallets safe and secure and just stay how I am. Some may say I am crazy but some wallets hold more than others and if anything should happen I would be more than upset/ pissed off. I'd probably go on some sort of rampage.

Maybe I'll just keep doing what I am doing and miss the boat this time.

Thanks for the advice but I am not as technical as most here. (More than the average person but not more than some regulars here)
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June 27, 2017, 09:13:47 PM

Ok, could someone help me please.

With regards to byteball and whatever else......  

I hold a reasonable amount of btc. Not as much as some of the people here but enough to be pretty pissed off if anything happened to them.

I store all on paper wallets (plural)

How would I get my free shit coins?

Proving numerous paper wallets and moving it all around is not what I want to be doing as I was panicking just setting all that up in the first place!!

I'm guessing the answer will be. Well Rjclarke2000 if you don't move it you don't get free shit coins.....


I am open to ideas from people more intelligent than myself.

This is btc related mr Admin Mod as I want more btc.

You would need to use an isolated secure PC, introduce the private keys and generate the signatures that prove you control them. Then copy all the signatures to a flash memory and copy them to your internet connected PC, then do the claim process from it.

Maybe not worth it... it depends on how many BTC you have for each paperwallet.

All that problems would be solved by one or several hardware wallets. The weakness of paperwallets is that any time you need to use them you are exposing the private key to a PC. People doesn't realise that even if they don't regularly "use them" they will have to do it some day in order to claim its BTC.
 




Ok thanks guys. I may be making a big mistake but I think as I am too worried about moving them about (which I have actually done in the past) I will not bother. I will keep the paper wallets safe and secure and just stay how I am. Some may say I am crazy but some wallets hold more than others and if anything should happen I would be more than upset/ pissed off. I'd probably go on some sort of rampage.

Maybe I'll just keep doing what I am doing and miss the boat this time.

Thanks for the advice but I am not as technical as most here. (More than the average person but not more than some regulars here)
That's understandable, better to lose out on some profit than to possibly lose all your coins. I keep most of mine on a hardware wallet so it takes a while to do anything with it.
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June 27, 2017, 09:20:09 PM
Last edit: June 27, 2017, 09:35:03 PM by machasm

Ok, could someone help me please.

With regards to byteball and whatever else......  

I hold a reasonable amount of btc. Not as much as some of the people here but enough to be pretty pissed off if anything happened to them.

I store all on paper wallets (plural)

How would I get my free shit coins?

Proving numerous paper wallets and moving it all around is not what I want to be doing as I was panicking just setting all that up in the first place!!

I'm guessing the answer will be. Well Rjclarke2000 if you don't move it you don't get free shit coins.....


I am open to ideas from people more intelligent than myself.

This is btc related mr Admin Mod as I want more btc.

You would need to use an isolated secure PC, introduce the private keys and generate the signatures that prove you control them. Then copy all the signatures to a flash memory and copy them to your internet connected PC, then do the claim process from it.

Maybe not worth it... it depends on how many BTC you have for each paperwallet.

All that problems would be solved by one or several hardware wallets. The weakness of paperwallets is that any time you need to use them you are exposing the private key to a PC. People doesn't realise that even if they don't regularly "use them" they will have to do it some day in order to claim its BTC.
 




Ok thanks guys. I may be making a big mistake but I think as I am too worried about moving them about (which I have actually done in the past) I will not bother. I will keep the paper wallets safe and secure and just stay how I am. Some may say I am crazy but some wallets hold more than others and if anything should happen I would be more than upset/ pissed off. I'd probably go on some sort of rampage.

Maybe I'll just keep doing what I am doing and miss the boat this time.

Thanks for the advice but I am not as technical as most here. (More than the average person but not more than some regulars here)
ECB has hit the nail on the head. It really isn't that difficult and the rewards are quite worth it, particularly since there are going to be quite a few more airdrops in the future.
There is another byteball airdrop scheduled for the 9th July and more on every full moon for the next 6 to 7 months! That equates to a substantial amount of BTC in anyone's book!
Are you located in the South of the UK? If you need help I might be able to help you out as I am situated on the South coast. Not trying to scam anyone btw just trying to help.
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June 27, 2017, 09:56:40 PM


The fix is in folks. It looks like a lot of bitcoin users have discovered this great currency called the dollar and are buying it all up. I heard that this dollar thing has a feature where it is made from paper. Bitcoin doesn't have that. Should we upgrade to get more users?


LOL, no kidding sir. So who are these fixers? I guess they've been sleeping for years allowing bitcoin to surge to unprecedented heights. IMO no need o panic, we have all see this before. 

There are different factors at play here, segwit, eths flash crash, panic, FUD and so on and so forth. I hope it dips lower than $2000 so that I can buy me some. Right now I cannot afford to play.
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June 27, 2017, 09:59:26 PM

According to Clif High we are to begin going parabolic come late June .. Is this the beginning of the road to $13k ?

The market moves wherever there is a large long or short for the exchange owners to front run their clients and squeeze.  If Cliff High wants the price to go up, he better take out a large short.
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June 27, 2017, 10:03:25 PM

Ok thanks guys. I may be making a big mistake but I think as I am too worried about moving them about (which I have actually done in the past) I will not bother. I will keep the paper wallets safe and secure and just stay how I am. Some may say I am crazy but some wallets hold more than others and if anything should happen I would be more than upset/ pissed off. I'd probably go on some sort of rampage.

Maybe I'll just keep doing what I am doing and miss the boat this time.

Thanks for the advice but I am not as technical as most here. (More than the average person but not more than some regulars here)

make an empty paper wallet and experiment by signing addresses on that offline. it's really not difficult. as long as you start off doing it right there is no risk. i think it's worth a try myself.
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June 27, 2017, 11:12:51 PM

Has Bitfinex got past that loss?

Some continued weakness I think, below $2500 I think shows lost momentum upwards.  Kraken has regained some of its trend, but only beating a previous downtrend line in its reversal.   Huobi looks like its forming some path down for now at least to a lower level of support.  Putting in a lower higher is more bearish looking but thats not yet completed just looks to be doing that.

I drew in a regular channel down for bitstamp, if it breaks out Im more positive then

This is Bitcon, kicking TA's asses since 2009.
17 hours after the quoted statement, right now almost beating $2500 @ Bitfinex and $2505 @ Bitstamp.
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June 27, 2017, 11:42:22 PM

Ok, could someone help me please.

With regards to byteball and whatever else......  

I hold a reasonable amount of btc. Not as much as some of the people here but enough to be pretty pissed off if anything happened to them.

I store all on paper wallets (plural)

How would I get my free shit coins?

Proving numerous paper wallets and moving it all around is not what I want to be doing as I was panicking just setting all that up in the first place!!

I'm guessing the answer will be. Well Rjclarke2000 if you don't move it you don't get free shit coins.....


I am open to ideas from people more intelligent than myself.

This is btc related mr Admin Mod as I want more btc.

You would need to use an isolated secure PC, introduce the private keys and generate the signatures that prove you control them. Then copy all the signatures to a flash memory and copy them to your internet connected PC, then do the claim process from it.

Maybe not worth it... it depends on how many BTC you have for each paperwallet.

All that problems would be solved by one or several hardware wallets. The weakness of paperwallets is that any time you need to use them you are exposing the private key to a PC. People doesn't realise that even if they don't regularly "use them" they will have to do it some day in order to claim its BTC.
 




Ok thanks guys. I may be making a big mistake but I think as I am too worried about moving them about (which I have actually done in the past) I will not bother. I will keep the paper wallets safe and secure and just stay how I am. Some may say I am crazy but some wallets hold more than others and if anything should happen I would be more than upset/ pissed off. I'd probably go on some sort of rampage.

Maybe I'll just keep doing what I am doing and miss the boat this time.

Thanks for the advice but I am not as technical as most here. (More than the average person but not more than some regulars here)

Good call, don't mess with your private keys. Leave them sleeping and happy Smiley
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June 27, 2017, 11:43:54 PM

According to Clif High we are to begin going parabolic come late June .. Is this the beginning of the road to $13k ?

Link?
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Wow, what is going on lol...
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