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January 28, 2018, 01:17:19 AM

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January 28, 2018, 01:20:31 AM

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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
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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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January 28, 2018, 01:55:14 AM

Are you trying to claim this statement isn't true?  It's probably the most factually accurate statement ever written:

It's a good strategy when you have groups of people attempting to act as "white people stalkers" to follow them around and act as parasites on them.  Whites and asians seem to build the best civilizations, while most people regard white women as looking the best.  So the monkeys try to get into the white civilization to displace the white inhabitants and take their stuff + women.  You would need to be a super cuckold to want that to happen, so it seems like a good idea calling them monkeys to let them know they're not wanted to keep them out. 

Well, it appears in the 17th and 18th centuries, they were more than wanted in the Americas. There was even a market set up to import them into the new colonies for labor.

Oh please, you should know better than trying to pull the slavery card on me.  That only works on delusional liberals that know zero about history.  Slavery isn't even a racial thing.  Every race has had slaves and there were more white slaves in Rome than there ever were black slaves in America.  I guess that means black people need to give whites reparations since whites had more slave relatives?

The blacks that have attempted to do the research claim the slave trade in America was mostly run by Jews, not whites, using the Jews own recordbooks to confirm it:

https://www.amazon.com/Secret-Relationship-Between-Blacks-Jews/dp/0963687700

That would make sense as the majority of Jews in the civil war were...drumroll...in the confederacy.  Who or what was responsible for slavery is irrelevent, though.  That is of no concern for people who were born in the 20th century. We only have the cards we are dealt and have to respond accordingly to wild monkeys roaming the streets trying to rape and murder everything they see like in this video Google attempts to artificially rig the views downwards on:

Black immigrants in France punch white girl in face for not sharing her telephone number
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxGCPuQY8As

The thing you are confused about is that most blacks in America are something like 20% white, so their behavior, IQ, and other features varies dramatically.  The ones they're importing from the Congo into places like France in that video are 100% black and just straight up murder monkeys.  You know, the same kind they have in South Africa where after they hold an election, whoever wins the election then goes from town to town cutting BOTH hands off of people who voted for the other party with a machete, men and women.

Well said... the globalists know Europeans like freedom and hate authroity more than most, so they are #1 on the extermination / submission list of world domination and mass enslavement.
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January 28, 2018, 01:58:30 AM

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bitcoin cash connect ?  Kiss  ROTFLMFAOOO
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January 28, 2018, 02:21:38 AM
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so, my friends think I have gone insaine

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January 28, 2018, 02:40:53 AM

so, my friends think I have gone insaine

I keep wandering around singing

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hey hey heyyyyyyyyy

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ceo of bcc? heyy heyy heyy :-D ~we are changing the world as we know it Wink #lambos
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January 28, 2018, 02:48:16 AM

so, my friends think I have gone insaine

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Diiiisssssconnnecccct!!! Oh I mean Biiiiitttttconnnnneccttt!
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January 28, 2018, 02:53:10 AM

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?


Yeah, I managed to make about 1/3%, thanks. Apparently it went as high as 0.6% on a pump, but I missed that. God knows who's buying. Maybe crazy Chinese looking for 'cheap' coins, or maybe Bitpie itself as a way to popularise its wallet?
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January 28, 2018, 03:12:49 AM

LOL

BCC diving for $10

I saw one of Trevon's videos recently where he was telling people not to panic about BCC dropping to $30. He went on to explain that all the smart people should keep buying because BCC will come back up without a doubt. I wonder how that's working out for him...
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January 28, 2018, 03:13:08 AM


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.

Do we have proof that there was spam from the BCASH camp?  Did anyone do the forensics on that?
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January 28, 2018, 03:15:36 AM

Off topic... I just realized that I can merit myself? Didn't try but, it gives me the option and I assume it works. That's like Facebook allowing you to like your own posts. Of course I like my post I wrote it!
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January 28, 2018, 03:19:35 AM


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.

Do we have proof that there was spam from the BCASH camp?  Did anyone do the forensics on that?

It was a single account that spent US$37 million in fees sending tiny transactions to itself every second. 

Who else would spend that sort of money to accomplish nothing ?
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January 28, 2018, 03:21:09 AM

Off topic... I just realized that I can merit myself? Didn't try but, it gives me the option and I assume it works. That's like Facebook allowing you to like your own posts. Of course I like my post I wrote it!
I didn't assume it worked, I tried it out, and I got an error.
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January 28, 2018, 03:23:35 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.

Tether Confirms Its Relationship With Auditor Has 'Dissolved'

250$ Premium on Bitfinex means, People selling USDT for Coins, not necessarily trying to sell for USD but mostly doing so. USDT/USD on Kraken also trades already with 1% loss. Look at the cumulative volume on kraken  Cheesy
There could be funny divergences in the next days. Like 15k$ on Bitfinex and 12k$ on GDAX. Then you'll know that the shit hits the fan.
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January 28, 2018, 03:34:09 AM

Off topic... I just realized that I can merit myself? Didn't try but, it gives me the option and I assume it works. That's like Facebook allowing you to like your own posts. Of course I like my post I wrote it!
I didn't assume it worked, I tried it out, and I got an error.

Confirmed. It doesn't work...
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January 28, 2018, 03:39:41 AM
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Going back a few pages to Robinhood Crypto...

My buddy confirmed today that Robinhood will allow users to withdraw in the form of crypto but, it will require an extra level of identification on thier system.

The odd thing with Robinhood is that you enter a buy price and they utilize multiple exchanges to look for the lowest price to execute your order.  I have not confirmed which exchanges they are using though. If Robinhood becomes widely used, it could possibly pull prices closer between exchanges.
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