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February 13, 2018, 07:34:13 PM

Can anyone turn the volume back on?

It seems like the cryptosphere is holding its breath until Chinese New Year (Feb 16) is over. I suspect the second half of Feb into March we'll see a thaw. Esp as Korean exchanges and account holders fall into regulatory order.


I forgot all about Chinese New Year. The price was languishing below $1000 before last Chinese New Year, then broke above it afterwards. If the pattern repeats this year it might break above $9000 or $10000 in the New Year.

 Cheesy Cheesy after new year and celebrating/traveling in whole asia  ..do you think they will have money to feed crypto price..?   to buy
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February 13, 2018, 07:35:03 PM

In terms of security, Dbrain prevents dataset leaks to third parties through the use of the Protocol for Indirect Controlled Access to Repository Data (PICARD). Dbrain says PICARD also gives data scientists the ability to “train AI models using the datasets without downloading them, and sell AI solutions to business clients later”.
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February 13, 2018, 07:44:23 PM

R0ach's Utopia:


Surely those gold ingots are silver ingots with gold coating? Tongue


 Hard to fool people if you're using silver.  It has merely half the density of gold so it would be much better to use tungsten which has  a similar density to gold at a much lower price than silver to maximize the profit on the scam.
  

I was refering to how roach seems to have a fetish for silver. I'm not sure if it would be possible to really scam people with fake gold today, people who are in the business of buying gold surely know how to check for authenticity... one would hope.

On another note, cereals doused in eggnog work surprisingly well.
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February 13, 2018, 07:45:08 PM

Goodmoring all! Who would like a beautiful big cup of crushed bull soul on ice?

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February 13, 2018, 07:48:40 PM

In terms of security, Dbrain prevents dataset leaks to third parties through the use of the Protocol for Indirect Controlled Access to Repository Data (PICARD). Dbrain says PICARD also gives data scientists the ability to “train AI models using the datasets without downloading them, and sell AI solutions to business clients later”.

Is the name a reference to the Mathematician?
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February 13, 2018, 07:54:01 PM

R0ach's Utopia:


Surely those gold ingots are silver ingots with gold coating? Tongue


 Hard to fool people if you're using silver.  It has merely half the density of gold so it would be much better to use tungsten which has  a similar density to gold at a much lower price than silver to maximize the profit on the scam.
  

I was refering to how roach seems to have a fetish for silver. I'm not sure if it would be possible to really scam people with fake gold today, people who are in the business of buying gold surely know how to check for authenticity... one would hope.

On another note, cereals doused in eggnog work surprisingly well.

  Oh yeah.  Eggnog and bacon make everything seem good.
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February 13, 2018, 08:03:11 PM


That's why you have a gap between your top buy and your bottom sell that is 2x your base interval. The gap is where the profit is made.

Admittedly, in my most comprehensive explanation, I explicitly left the reason for such 'as an exercise for the reader'. Perhaps I should have stated it.

lol yeah, I think I skimmed over that part...I get it now

strategy implemented on both the BTC:ETH and BTC:LTC pairs here and working reliably...albeit rather boringly

low risk, low reward, but I am a terrible swing trader so....

If the peg breaks, you will end up on the wrong side of the ledger. Keep that in mind.  It is not a low risk strategy.
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February 13, 2018, 08:12:18 PM
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Good morning Bitcoinland.

Same old, same old. Bouncing along sideways in $8k-$9k range... currently $8580USD/$10810CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Waiting for the spring breakout. Ho hum.
+10 WOsMerits for just being you.
Good morning Jimmie

late 50's here. and when i heard of btc in 2011 i took to the concept like a dog to a bone.
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I think there are many of us that are closer to the end than the beginning.

dont forget us old farts have seen how the government and banks play with money "for our own good" for a long time and many of us trust the government/banks even less than the younger generation.
but maybe im an exception. lot of my friends around my age just dont get btc and wont get into it. but that may be because they generally arent a technology freak like i am. 
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My brother-in-law is 59..great guy...but refuses to even look into the digital realms. Even after hours of debate and explanations..horse..water..?  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


Bitcoin grew out of the cypherpunk movement, which started in the 70s-80s. A lot of pioneers of bitcoin came from that movement: Adam Back, Hal Finney, Nick Szabo, probably Satoshi Nakamoto, etc. So, Bitcoin was birthed by a bunch of old guys.

I'll also take the opportunity to rant a bit. Out of those four I mentioned, one is AWOL, one is dead, and the other two are fervent supporters of Bitcoin over BCash. Bitcoin is much more closely aligned with the original cypherpunk principles that elevate privacy and decentralization.
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I see no ranting in those last two sentences. Every word you typed is true imo.



A seminal piece of work no?  In all honesty...one of my favorite authors.
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Same here and jumped in 2013 building a gpu miner with borrowed money. In the young uns defence though, when i was 30, i thought 50+ was a lifetime away and technology to that age group was beyond comprehension.
Of course i was wrong, as they are now

Almost 70 here and definitely not a tech luddite.

I used to think anyone over 40 was old. Now I think anyone under 40 is a clueless kid.

No, not all kids are clueless about life just as not all seniors are clueless about technology.

One of my older friends (pushing 80) was buying bitcoins at less than $200 and still buys the dips. Needless to say he's done quite well.
+1 WOsMerit just for being a geezer. I dont really care for the racist bullshit but whatever.
I think thats great..just remind him to set something up so hes keys can be willed to whom ever.


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This is great...but we need the PM's to be strapped to their backs. They have one hour to cross over the border...its 20 miles away and they have 1000lbs of their entire life savings with them. Now run!
On the other team....its Jew boy and hes Trezor...who will make it over the border first?

@R0ach  Your logic...wait..your rational is so fucked up I dont know where to start. You are showing your bias with statements like this. Once the PoW block reward end..miners will compete for transaction fees. Why do you waste your time preaching to bitcoin evangelists..on a bitcoin forum?
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February 13, 2018, 08:14:36 PM

Just saw someone flash 500 BTC buy and a 500 BTC sell wall on Bitfinex at 8620.  Then bought the 500 sell. LOL
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February 13, 2018, 08:16:15 PM

toxic you ancient old fuddy, you somehow put jimbo's quote under idian's name
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February 13, 2018, 08:18:43 PM
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Is the name a reference to the Mathematician?

Its an acronym...Protocol for Indirect Controlled Access to Repository Data (PICARD). But that would be a nice thing if it was...I am not sure how many here know about algebraic surfaces tho..


toxic you ancient old fuddy, you somehow put jimbo's quote under idian's name
Im sure its all F'ed up...trying to respond to the R0ach without quoting is fun.
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February 13, 2018, 08:33:00 PM

Enough said:

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February 13, 2018, 08:34:07 PM

If you use shapeshift.io, you might want to look into alternatives. I wonder how much this cost Bitcoin Judas?


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February 13, 2018, 08:35:23 PM

Enough said:



lol

and I still have an ABC node idling over here from extracting my BCH...time to turn that off...HA!
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February 13, 2018, 08:38:00 PM

Enough said:


woop woop, looking good
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February 13, 2018, 08:43:31 PM

Enough said:


Is this real? How do I use it? Or what is a good resource to explain how to use it?


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February 13, 2018, 08:47:57 PM

I would like to see your projection, though.

I am favouring a scenario of a few months up to a year of lingering around $7k-15k, followed by the next hype wave. This because I do not feel that momentum in the broader perspective has been lost (to the contrary).

So a very broad view and rather positive. I do not have charts showing this.
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February 13, 2018, 08:51:20 PM

Is this real? How do I use it? Or what is a good resource to explain how to use it?

https://99bitcoins.com/what-is-the-bitcoin-lightning-network-a-beginners-explanation/


This is a good beginning methinks.
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February 13, 2018, 08:51:26 PM

If you use shapeshift.io, you might want to look into alternatives. I wonder how much this cost Bitcoin Judas?



Not going to use it again, thanks for posting this here. Hopefully Changelly isn't going to follow suit.
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February 13, 2018, 08:51:43 PM

Enough said:


Is this real? How do I use it? Or what is a good resource to explain how to use it?


Run Your Own Mainnet Lightning Node

Bob and possibly a few others here have experience setting up a node. I'm looking into it as well.
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