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January 28, 2018, 12:44:46 AM


It would be fascinating if in the future open and close LN channels cost what today cost the fees.

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January 28, 2018, 12:50:07 AM

I know all you guys all want to see a 6-month moonshot straight up to $100k, but I don't. That would be the worst thing to happen to Bitcoin right now. We need to build a super strong base of support.

Honestly if Bitcoin just quietly stayed out of the MSM and slowly crept back up to $20k over the whole course of 2018, I'd be really happy. You guys should too.

Totally agree with this. Slow and steady is good. Gives us time to catch our breaths and make sure the ecosystem is ready
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January 28, 2018, 12:50:44 AM

Can anyone give me a hint why GDAX has been the bearish exchange the last couple of days? Could this be a signal that many of their users are making their exit via fiat? Coinbase can be a rather convenient way to do this.
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January 28, 2018, 12:53:50 AM
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Can anyone give me a hint why GDAX has been the bearish exchange the last couple of days? Could this be a signal that many of their users are making their exit via fiat? Coinbase can be a rather convenient way to do this.

all mainstream media on a bitcoin fud storm and whos wise idea was it to let shitcoin cash on cnbc? lololol  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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January 28, 2018, 12:58:24 AM
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It would be fascinating if in the future ...


... and all impossible futures generally are fascinating.

Looks like the whole tx spam job by Ver's minions, Wu, Armstrong, Rizun, jbreher, cyberdoc and co. is officially a failed exercise in self-falattio

https://dedi.jochen-hoenicke.de/queue/#6m

time to find a new FUD spam song for bitcoin's official losers brigade.
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January 28, 2018, 12:59:43 AM

I know all you guys all want to see a 6-month moonshot straight up to $100k, but I don't. That would be the worst thing to happen to Bitcoin right now. We need to build a super strong base of support.

Honestly if Bitcoin just quietly stayed out of the MSM and slowly crept back up to $20k over the whole course of 2018, I'd be really happy. You guys should too.

Torque, Bitcoin does not give a shit what is good or bad for him. In the past the price has reduced by 90% and look where we are now. The only thing we can do is pave their way for exponential growth and adoption. Artificially restricting its growth causes a direct benefit for the altcoins.
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January 28, 2018, 01:01:39 AM

Torque, Bitcoin does not give a shit what is good or bad for him. In the past the price has reduced by 90% and look where we are now. The only thing we can do is pave their way for exponential growth and adoption. Artificially restricting its growth causes a direct benefit for the altcoins.

Oh sorry, didn't realize that I had my foot on the Bitcoin brake. I guess I'll take my foot off now...  Roll Eyes  Tongue
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January 28, 2018, 01:04:20 AM

Torque, Bitcoin does not give a shit what is good or bad for him. In the past the price has reduced by 90% and look where we are now. The only thing we can do is pave their way for exponential growth and adoption. Artificially restricting its growth causes a direct benefit for the altcoins.

Oh sorry, didn't realize that I had my foot on the Bitcoin brake. I guess I'll take my foot off now...  Roll Eyes  Tongue


Jajaja, it would be really catastrophic if you had so much influence in bitcoin.
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January 28, 2018, 01:04:33 AM
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Can anyone give me a hint why GDAX has been the bearish exchange the last couple of days?

The spread is over $100 now, between GDAX and everyone else. Dunno WTF is going at Coinbase. Strange.

coinbase is in deepshit with it's biggest customers now it has been revealed they were actively working to undermine the bitcoin network with their willfully negligent transaction spam ... which big bitcoin holders would trade/deal or leave money, fiat or btc, with a potentially rogue operation like that?

Coinbase is probably the Mt. Gox of our time, same defaulted story rhyme with a different theme twist. Although Karpeles did have a crack against developers just before Mt. Gox finally confessed to the scale of their malfeasance. I wouldn't put myself in any position that has coinbase as a counter-party, fuck that, they are completely untrustworthy, bitcoin-transaction incompetent assholes, imho.
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January 28, 2018, 01:06:48 AM

On the contrary, I think coinbase price could be lower due the delays at Bitstamp and the relative speediness of Coinbase withdrawals, which would redirect sellers from Bitstamp to Coinbase.
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January 28, 2018, 01:07:49 AM

A heads up on the airdrop situation. You can now sell a bunch of these fork directly through the latest Bitpie wallet on Android (must download the .apk).

You have to first move the coins to the "Pie Bank". Once they've received enough confirmations (schedule here) they'll be available on the exchange. To access said exchange, you have to select your coin from the main screen then tap the button along the bottom that looks like the refresh or recycling symbol. The orderbook takes a minute to load. You may then proceed to dump for BTC. You can withdraw to your wallet from the bank without ID verification.

At the moment, the only one worth dumping is BTP imho, which, at BTC0.0003 and a 1:10 ratio is fetching around 0.3% per BTC.

Thanks for the info. Did you actually manage to sell BTP?

BTP is (as far as I know) was Bitcoin Platinum - which doesn't exist anywhere. They seem to be calling it "Bitcoin Pay" which is also very sketchy / non existent. Who on earth would buy these shitcoins?
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January 28, 2018, 01:07:56 AM

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Artificially restricting its growth causes a direct benefit for the altcoins.

... yeah artificially restricting growth by spamming the blockchain with artificial transactions seems like such a wise business model for the bitcoinn FUDsters ... idiots abound. They shit in the pool and wonder why everyone is hopping out??
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January 28, 2018, 01:11:47 AM

Torque, Bitcoin does not give a shit what is good or bad for him. In the past the price has reduced by 90% and look where we are now. The only thing we can do is pave their way for exponential growth and adoption. Artificially restricting its growth causes a direct benefit for the altcoins.

Oh sorry, didn't realize that I had my foot on the Bitcoin brake. I guess I'll take my foot off now...  Roll Eyes  Tongue

god dammit Torque

I thought I smelled friction material
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January 28, 2018, 01:14:22 AM

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Artificially restricting its growth causes a direct benefit for the altcoins.

... yeah artificially restricting growth by spamming the blockchain with artificial transactions seems like such a wise business model for the bitcoinn FUDsters ... idiots abound. They shit in the pool and wonder why everyone is hopping out??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9u8EsCktj44
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January 28, 2018, 01:17:19 AM

LOL

BCC diving for $10
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January 28, 2018, 01:20:31 AM

LOL

BCC diving for $10

For a moment there, I thought you were talking about BCH. What a branding fuck up to start out your hardfork.  Roll Eyes
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January 28, 2018, 01:31:12 AM

1 satoshi seems a more appropriate value for BCC.
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January 28, 2018, 01:44:10 AM

1 satoshi seems a more appropriate value for BCC.

Run by a border crosser. Probably an illegal dreamer.  Cheesy
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January 28, 2018, 01:48:47 AM

Can anyone give me a hint why GDAX has been the bearish exchange the last couple of days?

The spread is over $100 now, between GDAX and everyone else. Dunno WTF is going at Coinbase. Strange.

coinbase is in deepshit with it's biggest customers now it has been revealed they were actively working to undermine the bitcoin network with their willfully negligent transaction spam ... which big bitcoin holders would trade/deal or leave money, fiat or btc, with a potentially rogue operation like that?

Coinbase is probably the Mt. Gox of our time, same defaulted story rhyme with a different theme twist. Although Karpeles did have a crack against developers just before Mt. Gox finally confessed to the scale of their malfeasance. I wouldn't put myself in any position that has coinbase as a counter-party, fuck that, they are completely untrustworthy, bitcoin-transaction incompetent assholes, imho.

I think Coinbase is kidna strange, not adding xrp but then reminding users to pay their btc taxes. But Max Keiser reccomended coinbase. So I use it now. Also offers the Shift debit card. Would be nice if they added a few currencies for their traders. Dunno what could be holding up the show.
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January 28, 2018, 01:54:46 AM
Last edit: January 28, 2018, 02:28:24 AM by josephpogi

Legendary members don't need these merits because there's no point, so if we just merit each other, it doesn't really change anything. But I'll HODL all the merits I can get anyway. Argh, you can't spend them once you get them.
I wish to get more merits before my birthday will come in january 31   Cheesy
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