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February 07, 2018, 10:39:17 PM



Fuck, if I had to imagine what a central banker of central bankers would look like it is this guy personified. It can't be real.

Even Fake X looks more real

He looks like this guy.



Our little Augustus Gloop is all grown up!
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February 07, 2018, 10:40:41 PM

How can i claim the other forks Huh I had iT on a electrum wallet, i cant claim btg beceause kraken doesnt
Support them But now its on ledger nano s....


I just discovered a better way right now. You use two apps, Bither and Bitpie. In Bither you go to "import private key", write it there, then click on "get fork coins", select the coin you want, the private key, and then it will ask for a Bitpie address to send them. In Bitpie you create a new address, and the forks will already be there, just click on "receive" for each fork (each have a different color), and it will give you an address, then sent the coins from Bither there.

Now the question is where to sell these altcoins for bitcoins. SBTC and BCD have few exchanges, but they are closed for deposits right now.

https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@olsm/how-to-claim-bitcoin-diamond-bcd-super-bitcoin-sbtc-and-bitcoin-gold-btg

Move your bitcoin to a new wallet before doing that.


Yea many are saying Some of the forks are scam So How about that?
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February 07, 2018, 10:42:59 PM

Take note of something guys, take note.

The trolls and shitcoin shills that plagued this WO thread all last year, posting nearly multiple times per day, are completely gone now.

So what does that tell you? Did they have an agenda for 2017 that had nothing to do with all their shitty talking points?

You bet your ass they did.

They are not innocent zealots (i.e., Satoshi white paper adherers, big blockers, shitcoin lovers, or precious metal enthusiasts).

They are accounts associated with the whale traders, or paid shills, or both.

And when Bitcoin goes on a tear again, they will be back in droves (but likely with brand new account names).





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February 07, 2018, 10:44:16 PM

Minor quibble: The potential [of Bitcoin] is known. The degree to which that potential will end up being realized, and the timetable, is the unknown.

I have to disagree. We could have never imagined the uses cases the Internet brought to us in the 90's and even early 2k. Even Bitcoin can be considered an extension of the Internet.
It is therefore very hard to judge Bitcoin's potential, especially at this stage.
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@qntra

He's just big-boned.
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February 07, 2018, 10:51:35 PM

https://news.bitcoin.com/theymos-bitcoins-satoshi-destroyed/

The recent Craig Wright-Satoshi Nakamoto debacle has spurred a new discussion as to what should happen with the coins mined by the mysterious Bitcoin creator. Theymos, the owner of BitcoinTalk, feels these coins should be destroyed to “prevent disastrous monetary inflation.”

Theymos, his technical knowledge is absolutely zero and he is toxic to Bitcoin and the Bitcoin community.

Within most circles he is regarded as a joke.

This guy should be removed from anything related to Bitcoin.

 Cool
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February 07, 2018, 10:51:46 PM

Downward spike.  

Bring it fuckers.  I wasn’t quite done buying. 
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February 07, 2018, 10:51:53 PM



OH SHIT! IT'S MR. CREOSOTE!
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February 07, 2018, 10:53:43 PM

Minor quibble: The potential [of Bitcoin] is known. The degree to which that potential will end up being realized, and the timetable, is the unknown.

I have to disagree. We could have never imagined the uses cases the Internet brought to us in the 90's and even early 2k. Even Bitcoin can be considered an extension of the Internet.
It is therefore very hard to judge Bitcoin's potential, especially at this stage.

Bitcoin's like email in its early days. Nobody knows its potential in another 20 years (especially central bankers).


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February 07, 2018, 10:56:55 PM

He's just big-boned.

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February 07, 2018, 11:02:02 PM

somebody is defending $995/BCH steadfastly
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February 07, 2018, 11:03:47 PM
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The final boss:


Good thread: https://twitter.com/saifedean/status/961156451074019328
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February 07, 2018, 11:05:33 PM

somebody is defending $995/BCH steadfastly

If you want to get raped by financial markets, defending a peg is a great way to start.
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February 07, 2018, 11:10:32 PM

Back to start of today....
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At least ignoring people makes the page catch-up quicker.... But does no one else think some things are beyond the pale?

I just despair of a worldwide forum supposedly devoted to freedom for all being so intolerant and ignorant sometimes. I guess it's me that's the oddball looking at the shit that passes by here as 'normal' as far from it.  I have punched people for less, and yep, had the shit kicked out of me for objecting, too. 

However, I don't think advocating racism and even genocide on here is anything but abhorrent and I never will, so I can't change my spots. 

I cannot tolerate it when my forbears fought and were prepared to (and sometimes did) die to fight this, so I think I had better stop lurking here.


I  temp. unignored a few of these racists to find out what had pushed you over the edge.

None of them say anything useful about bitcoin or the price or the world. Unlike you, who occasionally...

They must have been very hurt somewhere along the line to be so rabidly, rigidly raging.

I don't argue with them, because they certainly won't change in the face of logic.

Horrified newbies will always engage them, so their cries will leak into one's feed.

Maybe we should engage those newbies with stirring little speeches rather than running away.

This is appreciated.  I can't remember a day in years I haven't checked in on the WO - it's part of my life, I engage with it less often than I read it.

But I wanted to yesterday, then my blood just suddenly ran cold when I felt I was just part of a thread peppered with stuff that made me question what kind of people I was nodding along with.  Some things were waved though without being seen as anything but normal - and I seemed the only person to find them sickening.

Maybe I should look away more often and wear an old-fashioned clothes peg on my nose, or perhaps better still - yes; fight for the positive, rather than run from the the negative.

I will reconsider and not flounce out.   That said, I am damned if I won't speak my mind if I feel compelled to. 

Thank you.
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February 07, 2018, 11:12:16 PM

Minor quibble: The potential [of Bitcoin] is known. The degree to which that potential will end up being realized, and the timetable, is the unknown.

I have to disagree. We could have never imagined the uses cases the Internet brought to us in the 90's and even early 2k. Even Bitcoin can be considered an extension of the Internet.
It is therefore very hard to judge Bitcoin's potential, especially at this stage.

Bitcoin's like email in its early days. Nobody knows its potential in another 20 years (especially central bankers).




+2 WOsmerits  One for post and one for compelling meme.

Id give you real ones but out like everyone else it seems.
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February 07, 2018, 11:13:52 PM

Let's be rational. Bitcoin can't recover the same way it crashed. Despite the local low peak, we are still bullish for now. Buyers who missed the train, it's your opportunity.
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February 07, 2018, 11:15:37 PM

Sheeit.
Hey Bob, before planning to pay some more millions $ to the IRS, you might want to check this article:
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/02/technology/cryptocurrency-puerto-rico.html

I appreciate it, but I'm the kind of fellow that likes to be way above-board with the IRS.

Zero aspiration to tempt the fates in that regard.

What makes you think that taking advantage of the specifically-congressionally-created special tax treatment for Puerto Rican residents is in any way 'below board'?

Perhaps because he lives in Montana. 

I just assumed that coinosphere.tk was talking about reading the article with the thought that BobLB might choose to live in Puerto Rico for at least 183 days out of the year in order to take advantage of aforementioned specifically-congressionally-created special tax treatment for Puerto Rican residents. I mean, as long as he's contemplating a move anyhoo. I know I've been thinking about it -- hard -- for over a year.
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February 07, 2018, 11:18:43 PM

Looks like the whole tx spam job by ... jbreher, ... is officially a failed exercise in self-falattio

If you have any evidence whatsoever that I have been in any way associated with a 'tx spam job', then cough it up.

Fucking lying asshole.

About a 9 on the tension scale there, Rube.

Yeah. Admittedly. I just tire of the incessant baseless, ignorant, and malicious slander.

Don’t come in here as a big blocker and play victim.

I ain't 'playing victim'. There is a wide gulf from permissionless innovation that you don't happen to care for, and outright lying in order to besmirch character.
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February 07, 2018, 11:20:46 PM

The BCH thing doesn’t happen by magic.
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