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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
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Finally!

Buying bitcoin on @CashApp now available for Android users!

Update and restart the app to get the feature.
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as in"he doesn't know he is signing when he makes a transaction".

which is precisely how I interpreted that interaction

Look Arrie, I don't want to be in a pissing match here, but you have repeatedly made light of keeping BTC on smartphones and I am sorry, but that is not good practice.

Phones are, by their very nature, insecure, and making posts on a venue such as this suggesting that exposing private keys on a phone is safe borders on being irresponsible.
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January 24, 2018, 11:50:26 PM

50 cent pumping it now ~ all bets are off!! :-D weee
#myteam

The entire history of rap music has been run by two greasy Jews named Jerry Heller and Lyor Cohen to try and weaponize blacks as useful idiot street soldiers against whites.  Some rappers like Ice Cube and Professor Griff figured it out and came out against the Jew.  Since Jews are extreme beta males and cowards while also having a low population, they're usually unable to amass any type of army to physically manifest their hatred of things like christianity or societies derived from it, so they try to manipulate others to fight for them.

The one time they were able to do so, it was called "the bolshevik revolution" where Jewish communists killed over 20+ million Russian christians.  After the Jewish communists occupying Russia won WW2 by conning the Americans into fighting on their side, they then attempted to rewrite history and claim it was not the Russians who were the victim of a holocaust, but the Jews themselves even though the Russian christian death toll is vastly higher than the Jew's fabricated 6 million number.
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January 24, 2018, 11:51:58 PM

With all the people signing up daily across the exchanges, how can this bull run not continue? They had 240,000 people sign up for Binance in 1 hour last week. The demand is there.

They are not necessarily buying BTC on those exchanges.
But I think we are about to see the end of this correction pretty soon.

The peak was higher than normal so it's just natural that the correction is deeper than normal for January.
Add to that the bitconnect people selling a huge amount of money and people being just out of money after christmas.
Now payday is coming and the BCC dumping should be over soon, that ought to put us on the rise again.

The futures I don't think has an effect on the price, low volume and cash settled.
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January 24, 2018, 11:56:29 PM

Doug just dropped

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHFj-detPpg

does not disappoint
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January 25, 2018, 12:00:39 AM

Does anyone not believe me now that the Jew banks own most of the Ethereum IPO premine? (they own tons of BTC too, just not as much as ETH).

https://www.silverdoctors.com/headlines/world-news/bitcoin-just-got-a-c-grade-by-ratings-firm-then-ratings-firm-gets-a-ddos-attack-by-bitcoin-fans/
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January 25, 2018, 12:01:09 AM
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Miners have eaten through fees instantly as spammers stopped polluting the blockchain:



We haven't had this good situation with the fees for months, transactions with $0.5 fees are almost certain to be accepted right away.
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January 25, 2018, 12:02:17 AM

as in"he doesn't know he is signing when he makes a transaction".

which is precisely how I interpreted that interaction

Look Arrie, I don't want to be in a pissing match here, but you have repeatedly made light of keeping BTC on smartphones and I am sorry, but that is not good practice.

Phones are, by their very nature, insecure, and making posts on a venue such as this suggesting that exposing private keys on a phone is safe borders on being irresponsible.

The original question wasn't about keeping coins, it was about claiming forks, and the only way to claim all of the forks is, to the best of my knowledge,  to use a phone, and to use a phone you have to scan your private keys. I did't say that he should store them on the device.
I do however store some of my coins on a ofline phone, and I still believe that it is safe enough. And as you might recall, that phone is stored in a Faraday cage.
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January 25, 2018, 12:08:20 AM

I am pretty sure 50 cent lost the private key to those BTCs.

Next time we know he will be on twitter asking "How to retrieve my lost private key"?
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January 25, 2018, 12:10:36 AM

Phones are, by their very nature, insecure, and making posts on a venue such as this suggesting that exposing private keys on a phone is safe borders on irresponsible.

Random Anecdote: I know some people that work at a huge San Fran social media company, and every time their employees go to China on business, they are prohibited from bringing their office-issued Android devices - Are issued locked-down iPhones instead for travel purposes.

but the Chinese are also very recently reported to be bricking people's apple phones if they use a vpn while in China https://twitter.com/BaldingsWorld/status/954936467746254849
please could you post if you hear anything like this? tia
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January 25, 2018, 12:10:42 AM

Phones are, by their very nature, insecure, and making posts on a venue such as this suggesting that exposing private keys on a phone is safe borders on irresponsible.

Random Anecdote: I know some people that work at a huge San Fran social media company, and every time their employees go to China on business, they are prohibited from bringing their office-issued Android devices - Are issued locked-down iPhones instead for travel purposes.

Don't get me wrong, I have no doubt that the Chinese put all kinds of trackers on their phones, primarily to keep tabs on their own people, but of course also spilling over to us roundeyes when we purchase a phone from them.

I just don't think those trackers have any consequences for me when I sweep my keys. That's why I asked for examples, If I'm proved wrong I would have to reexamine my position.
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January 25, 2018, 12:16:28 AM

And as you might recall, that phone is stored in a Faraday cage.

Nothing spells prepped for doomsday more than a European guy walking around with a cell phone trying to spend bitcoins in a post-industrial civilization among an ocean of Islamic rapists.
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Anyone else unable to access coinbase?  Won't load since yesterday on either of my browsers and cant access the send/receive on my phone.
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Don't get me wrong, I have no doubt that the Chinese put all kinds of trackers on their phones, primarily to keep tabs on their own people, but of course also spilling over to us roundeyes when we purchase a phone from them.

I just don't think those trackers have any consequences for me when I sweep my keys. That's why I asked for examples, If I'm proved wrong I would have to reexamine my position.

OK, If I overstated your position I apologize for that, and yes, I was unnecessarily dickish in the post that lit all this off, sorry.

If you are only using a phone to sweep a few bucks worth of forks out of addresses ALREADY EMPTIED of BTC (and actually I would say BCH depending on the balance) I guess the convenience may be worth the risk.

As far as examples, absence of proof is not proof of absence, phones get hacked all the time.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/21/business/dealbook/phone-hack-bitcoin-virtual-currency.html
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Anyone else unable to access coinbase?  Won't load since yesterday on either of my browsers and cant access the send/receive on my phone.

Coinbase good here
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Also people going CRAZY over GPUs. People basically paying $1500 for GPUs and Computer Stores either Out of Stock on PSUs or REFUSING to sell PSUs without a Mobo+CPU combo.

People are mining on Nvidia these days?

yup, for alt coins. then exchange for btc.

vs amd, they cost more up front but are more power efficient in the long term.

Perhaps in the most simplistic terms(which..around here is not really a bad thing).

Its really more to do with the Equihash algo...it runs better on Cuda than OpenGL..so where before..AMD had the advantage on hashing sha-256(way back..pre-asic) and scrypt(not so way back but still a couple years ago) today's markets are filled by both...perhaps I should say empty of both?

-random thoughts-
It comes down to architecture..AMD has been behind machine learning and large data set simulation since CNG became a thing. They have expanded with Vega and Infinity Fabric. Modular SoC are here. Being able to just add compute complexes as needed is a game changer. TSCM..one of the largest nodes for producing wafers...over half of their production is running a 16nm ASIC process..not gpu or flash memory.
Why do I mention this? Because the supply is not just suddenly going to grow. All current cards are getting snapped up at a premium. Something similar happened in 2014.
GPU mining is not going anywhere. Whether or not it will be profitable is up to the market.


Anyone else unable to access coinbase?  Won't load since yesterday on either of my browsers and cant access the send/receive on my phone.

Seems ok. Better flush.
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January 25, 2018, 12:36:34 AM
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People are mining on Nvidia these days?

yup, for alt coins. then exchange for btc.

vs amd, they cost more up front but are more power efficient in the long term.

Perhaps in the most simplistic terms(which..around here is not really a bad thing).

Its really more to do with the Equihash algo...it runs better on Cuda than OpenGL..so where before..AMD had the advantage on hashing sha-256(way back..pre-asic) and scrypt(not so way back but still a couple years ago) today's markets are filled by both...perhaps I should say empty of both?

-random thoughts-
It comes down to architecture..AMD has been behind machine learning and large data set simulation since CNG became a thing. They have expanded with Vega and Infinity Fabric. Modular SoC are here. Being able to just add compute complexes as needed is a game changer. TSCM..one of the largest nodes for producing wafers...over half of their production is running a 16nm ASIC process..not gpu or flash memory.
Why do I mention this? Because the supply is not just suddenly going to grow. All current cards are getting snapped up at a premium. Something similar happened in 2014.
GPU mining is not going anywhere. Whether or not it will be profitable is up to the market.

yeah i tried to keep it simple. amd is generally better on some algos, nvidia at others. and even within the amd and nvidia lines some models are better at some algos than others (say 1070 vs 1080ti on nvidia, or 580 vs vega on amd). makes mining a with a mixed rig like mine more fun.

back when i mined btc on amd gpus the VLIW4 vs VLIW5 generation was a big deal if i recall correctly.
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January 25, 2018, 12:47:01 AM

And as you might recall, that phone is stored in a Faraday cage.

Nothing spells prepped for doomsday more than a European guy walking around with a cell phone trying to spend bitcoins in a post-industrial civilization among an ocean of Islamic rapists.

A cellphone and a Glock.
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January 25, 2018, 12:49:44 AM

Whether or not it will be profitable is up to the market.

nothing of unprofitable will last for long. If vga prices wil stay high and higher then alt prices will have to stay high enough to repay the capital invested in a relatively short time. Either that or someone will go bankrupt.
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