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November 13, 2017, 12:25:15 AM

What's with all the appeals to authority here? I thought Bitcoiners were rugged free market individualists who were open to anything going.
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November 13, 2017, 12:31:03 AM

Had to go dark for a few days doing some international travel. Just arrived to Ho Chi Minh and checked in on the bitcoin shop on Bui Vien. They've got a 2 way bitcoin atm machine and a crypto counter buying and selling the top 15 or so. The limits were fairly decent per transaction , about 10k.
This is my game changer.  No longer will I need to travel with stacks of cash, dodge or declare to customs.
Glad I missed the Wu-Ver-Wright FUD. Not expecting it to be over quite yet although I'm not even concerned about it.  Go Bitcoin!
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November 13, 2017, 12:35:29 AM



Or people that sold all their BCH rethinking the wisdom of that decision?

no that's not me!
 honestly it's not!  really it's not me I tell ya!

nobody on this thread would be that foolish!!! ...............would they?
oh wait a minute....
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Or people that sold all their BCH rethinking the wisdom of that decision?

no that's not me!
 honestly it's not!  really it's not me I tell ya!

nobody on this thread would be that foolish!!! ...............would they?

*looks other way, whistles
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Or people that sold all their BCH rethinking the wisdom of that decision?

no that's not me!
 honestly it's not!  really it's not me I tell ya!

nobody on this thread would be that foolish!!! ...............would they?

*looks other way, whistles

you and everyone else...lol
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November 13, 2017, 12:45:48 AM

What's with all the appeals to authority here? I thought Bitcoiners were rugged free market individualists who were open to anything going.

No appeals to authority. It's the wild wild west.

Jihan Wu and Roger Ver both have extremely punch-able faces. And if I ever see the day that I cross the same corridor with either of them, well....I can't necessarily be responsible for what happens next. And I can tell you that Roger's silly Jujitsu won't help him.
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November 13, 2017, 12:47:38 AM


Why do you weee on all of your comments?  Seems a bit self-defeating.  Grin

because the moons of jupiter are coming soon :-D weeee
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November 13, 2017, 12:48:38 AM

What's with all the appeals to authority here? I thought Bitcoiners were rugged free market individualists who were open to anything going.

No appeals to authority. It's the wild wild west.

Jihan Wu and Roger Ver both have extremely punch-able faces. And if I ever see the day that I cross the same corridor with either of them, well.... and I can tell you that Roger's silly Jujitsu won't help him.

Punch able faces ... Rotflmao

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November 13, 2017, 12:48:54 AM

What's with all the appeals to authority here? I thought Bitcoiners were rugged free market individualists who were open to anything going.

nitwit >.> call the BTCBTC cops Cool weeee
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November 13, 2017, 12:56:40 AM

Had to go dark for a few days doing some international travel. Just arrived to Ho Chi Minh and checked in on the bitcoin shop on Bui Vien. They've got a 2 way bitcoin atm machine and a crypto counter buying and selling the top 15 or so. The limits were fairly decent per transaction , about 10k.
This is my game changer.  No longer will I need to travel with stacks of cash, dodge or declare to customs.
Glad I missed the Wu-Ver-Wright FUD. Not expecting it to be over quite yet although I'm not even concerned about it.  Go Bitcoin!
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This is what I am most excited about.  Carrying stacks of cash from country to country is sketchy.  I've had 4 different currencies on me at once before.  Exchange rates and fees are often unreasonable.  Crypto is going to make things so much easier.  This post brought a shimmer of light to me in the otherwise dark weekend in the bitcoin world.
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November 13, 2017, 12:58:37 AM

What's with all the appeals to authority here? I thought Bitcoiners were rugged free market individualists who were open to anything going.

... claiming to be Aspergers is now an appeal to authority? Maybe that explains Ver ...
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November 13, 2017, 12:58:59 AM

https://www.bitcoincash.org/letter-from-the-ceo.pdf
OFFICIAL STATEMENT
COMMUNIQUÉ OFFICIE


That entire pdf is the biggest load of crap I've ever seen. It sounds like it was written by a 3rd grader. And there's a lot of "We the Management will manage things better for you" garbage rhetoric. So centralized management will decide what's best for the lowly masses. Got it.
Our pic'a'nic bear really is not arguing in good faith. At least we see through him.



Seems you _might_ be referring to me, though I have no idea why.
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November 13, 2017, 12:59:21 AM

When dust settled I ended up with more bitcoins. Bitcoin enemies ended up with more altcash. Hope everybody is happy now.

I expect new ATH beyond $8k next week. Bitcoin future is bright. It successfully cleans itself from all bitcoin haters.
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November 13, 2017, 12:59:42 AM


Why do you weee on all of your comments?  Seems a bit self-defeating.  Grin


agreed  Roll Eyes
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November 13, 2017, 01:02:33 AM

Had to go dark for a few days doing some international travel. Just arrived to Ho Chi Minh and checked in on the bitcoin shop on Bui Vien. They've got a 2 way bitcoin atm machine and a crypto counter buying and selling the top 15 or so. The limits were fairly decent per transaction , about 10k.
This is my game changer.  No longer will I need to travel with stacks of cash, dodge or declare to customs.
Glad I missed the Wu-Ver-Wright FUD. Not expecting it to be over quite yet although I'm not even concerned about it.  Go Bitcoin!
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This is what I am most excited about.  Carrying stacks of cash from country to country is sketchy.  I've had 4 different currencies on me at once before.  Exchange rates and fees are often unreasonable.  Crypto is going to make things so much easier.  This post brought a shimmer of light to me in the otherwise dark weekend in the bitcoin world.

yup, one of best use cases today ... talking about punchable faces, those guys in intimidating uniforms hanging on to the leashes of cash-sniffing dogs have got to be right up there?
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November 13, 2017, 01:03:40 AM
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Found these questions popping up, interesting.


1) What is segwit?

2) Who is behind segwit?

3) Who is Blockstream?

4) Is bitcoin broken?

5) Why is it not?

6) Why do they say it is?

7) How long has block size debate being going on?

8 ) What are side chains?

9) How do side chains solve blocksize debate?

10) How does network, storage and cpu upgrades help blocksize?

11) Why is bitcoin unique to other coins?

12) Who would want bitcoin broken?

13) Why does bitcoin lag in software development?

14) What is unique about the bitcoin software environment?

15) Why is trust and transparency important?

 


There is one very simple answer. Segwit makes bitcoin sidechains possible. Only sidechains can solve the scaling problem. There won't be one solution for the scaling problem. There will be many sidechains. Because different people have different ideas about money. Competition between bitcoin sidechains will show us the way.

 Sidechains, i was talking about sidechains to my wife all the time. She didn´t think about it as funny.

C´m on, a man has to have his sidechains, otherwise he´s going down the drain  Smiley   Seriously.



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November 13, 2017, 01:08:25 AM

nitwit >.> call the BTCBTC cops Cool weeee

How are those TrumpCoins going?

You really should start up a YouTube channel to give crypto investment advice. Then we could all click like and subscribe & stuff. Your talents are wasted here.

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$5000 is my mental stop-loss. I really hope it holds.
Are they dumping in an attempt to maximize damage? I mean there are probably more subtle methods of cashing out.
Damage, otherwise as you said, there are subtle ways.

Do you think it is not likely that this is people shifting their portfolios into BCH now that the 2MB upgrade at block 494,784 was cancelled?  

Or people that sold all their BCH rethinking the wisdom of that decision?

BCH split will be epic Cool weeee

Not as epic as when BCH has to hardfork (for the 13th time) to increase the 21 million limit because they ran out of coins to mine from the broken accelerated mining EDA/DDA clusterfeck and there are no fees ...
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November 13, 2017, 01:15:59 AM

BTCBTC$$--"ceo" speaks? lol  Cheesy ===>

https://falkvinge.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/letter-from-the-ceo.pdf

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November 13, 2017, 01:17:34 AM

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We have fun, because it attracts more people. Most IT companies talk about “we have fun”, and they usually mean that in the context of “you are expected to love working 60 hours per week in this open office”, which is usually slightly more fun than spending 60 hours straight in a dentist’s chair.

This guy miss Doge coin, or wat?
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