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Question: Closing BTC Price June 17:
$0 - 4 (3%)
<$6,500 - 7 (5.3%)
$6,500-$6,750 - 1 (0.8%)
$6,751-$7,000 - 2 (1.5%)
$7,001-$7,250 - 3 (2.3%)
$7,251-$7,500 - 6 (4.5%)
$7,501-$7,750 - 4 (3%)
$7,751-$8,000 - 12 (9.1%)
$8,001-$8,250 - 13 (9.8%)
$8,251-$8,500 - 7 (5.3%)
$8,501-$8,750 - 6 (4.5%)
$8,751-$9,000 - 11 (8.3%)
$9,001,$9,250 - 13 (9.8%)
$9,251-$9,500 - 17 (12.9%)
>$9,500 - 17 (12.9%)
$20,000 - 9 (6.8%)
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February 23, 2018, 04:42:03 PM

We goin down again?
Comon bulls. Don’t drop the ball.

It actually strengthens the market to have some retracements. If you are bullish BTC, these little dips should actually make you happy.
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February 23, 2018, 04:44:08 PM

You praise the blockchain technology in general Smiley Bitcoin doesn't equal the blockchain technology. I see that the blockchain technology isn't dependent on bitcoin and bitcoin value isn't guaranteed by the blockchain technology.

This is a glaring fundamental error.  Blockchain, and what makes it truly revolutionary cannot be separated from the token.  In the case of Bitcoin we are talking about the premier token on the premier blockchain.  They are inseparable.  Blockchain is useless without bitcoin.  You cannot have one without the other without losing the goodness of the entire thing.

You will lose sober minded people with phrases like "premier blockchain" that only means something in ones personal reality.
I've had a lot of fun with the blockchain technology that isn't built on bitcoin tokens and I will continue to do so. But I think that right now, I'm about done here. My post is deleted, most of the people here have already ignored me and the rest are trying to dress their gibberish as technical argumentation. This is like trying to argue that the world is older then 6000 years in some radical Christian forum. Enjoy your echo chamber and the well deserved prize that comes with it in the future.

Hey r0ach, how much did you pay for this old newbie account? I guess not much but... You had to pay in BTC, didn't you? Your silver coins were not accepted as a valid payment I am sure. What a surprise for you, uh?

Perhaps whoever revived this old newbie account from the grave should change the signature. Right now it reads "Buy Bitcoin" Cheesy

If you read past posts (2015) the previous owner was a Bitcoin maximalist.

What's really funny is, that this account, was actually once created as an over-the-top parody of an typical bitcoin zealot. And even if it is totally over the top, it is still indistinguishable from an actual real bitcoiner  Grin
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What's really funny is, that this account, was actually once created as an over-the-top parody of an typical bitcoin zealot. And even if it is totally over the top, it is still indistinguishable from an actual real bitcoiner  Grin

"bittard" is french for "sex addict" ... is that on purpose ?
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February 23, 2018, 04:46:59 PM

You praise the blockchain technology in general Smiley Bitcoin doesn't equal the blockchain technology. I see that the blockchain technology isn't dependent on bitcoin and bitcoin value isn't guaranteed by the blockchain technology.

This is a glaring fundamental error.  Blockchain, and what makes it truly revolutionary cannot be separated from the token.  In the case of Bitcoin we are talking about the premier token on the premier blockchain.  They are inseparable.  Blockchain is useless without bitcoin.  You cannot have one without the other without losing the goodness of the entire thing.

You will lose sober minded people with phrases like "premier blockchain" that only means something in ones personal reality.
I've had a lot of fun with the blockchain technology that isn't built on bitcoin tokens and I will continue to do so. But I think that right now, I'm about done here. My post is deleted, most of the people here have already ignored me and the rest are trying to dress their gibberish as technical argumentation. This is like trying to argue that the world is older then 6000 years in some radical Christian forum. Enjoy your echo chamber and the well deserved prize that comes with it in the future.

Hey r0ach, how much did you pay for this old newbie account? I guess not much but... You had to pay in BTC, didn't you? Your silver coins were not accepted as a valid payment I am sure. What a surprise for you, uh?

Perhaps whoever revived this old newbie account from the grave should change the signature. Right now it reads "Buy Bitcoin" Cheesy

If you read past posts (2015) the previous owner was a Bitcoin maximalist.

What's really funny is, that this account, was actually once created as an over-the-top parody of an typical bitcoin zealot. And even if it is totally over the top, it is still indistinguishable from an actual real bitcoiner  Grin

So it is basically a trolling account that dates back since, at least, 2015... when the price was what? $150-$250? And you suppossedly decide to revive it now, when price is what? over $10000?

Good job, dude. You are smart.
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What's really funny is, that this account, was actually once created as an over-the-top parody of an typical bitcoin zealot. And even if it is totally over the top, it is still indistinguishable from an actual real bitcoiner  Grin

"bittard" is french for "sex addict" ... is that on purpose ?

Nope, must have been an unconscious decision.
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You praise the blockchain technology in general Smiley Bitcoin doesn't equal the blockchain technology. I see that the blockchain technology isn't dependent on bitcoin and bitcoin value isn't guaranteed by the blockchain technology.

This is a glaring fundamental error.  Blockchain, and what makes it truly revolutionary cannot be separated from the token.  In the case of Bitcoin we are talking about the premier token on the premier blockchain.  They are inseparable.  Blockchain is useless without bitcoin.  You cannot have one without the other without losing the goodness of the entire thing.

You will lose sober minded people with phrases like "premier blockchain" that only means something in ones personal reality.
I've had a lot of fun with the blockchain technology that isn't built on bitcoin tokens and I will continue to do so. But I think that right now, I'm about done here. My post is deleted, most of the people here have already ignored me and the rest are trying to dress their gibberish as technical argumentation. This is like trying to argue that the world is older then 6000 years in some radical Christian forum. Enjoy your echo chamber and the well deserved prize that comes with it in the future.

Hey r0ach, how much did you pay for this old newbie account? I guess not much but... You had to pay in BTC, didn't you? Your silver coins were not accepted as a valid payment I am sure. What a surprise for you, uh?

Perhaps whoever revived this old newbie account from the grave should change the signature. Right now it reads "Buy Bitcoin" Cheesy

If you read past posts (2015) the previous owner was a Bitcoin maximalist.

What's really funny is, that this account, was actually once created as an over-the-top parody of an typical bitcoin zealot. And even if it is totally over the top, it is still indistinguishable from an actual real bitcoiner  Grin

So it is basically a trolling account that dates back since, at least, 2015... when the price was what? $150-$250? And you suppossedly decide to revive it now, when price is what? over $10000?

Good job, dude. You are smart.

I've actually got about 10x gain with bitcoin in 2013 Q3. This was the last period that I held bitcoin longer then an hour. After that I don't see bitcoin risk/gain ratio as beneficial enough. From that time I have earned a lot more then I did with bitcoin mainly with XRP, ETH and lately also EOS. For me, bitcoin is for bartenders and cab drivers who react on technical developments with a several year delay.
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February 23, 2018, 05:04:48 PM


I've actually got about 10x gain with bitcoin in 2013 Q3. This was the last period that I held bitcoin longer then an hour. After that I don't see bitcoin risk/gain ratio as beneficial enough. From that time I have earned a lot more then I did with bitcoin mainly with XRP, ETH and lately also EOS. For me, bitcoin is for bartenders and cab drivers who react on technical developments with a several year delay.

Well good for you. I'm glad your cryptocurrency picks have worked out for you.
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February 23, 2018, 05:05:38 PM

The ugliest truth of bitcoin is that it just isn't useful in any legal fields.

Bitcoin being accepted as legal currency in Japan and South Korea aren't... legal? Or do you mean, you can't pay most lawyers with btc? Actually, I'm sure you could probably pay off a judge/politician easier with bitcoin than cash haha.



From that time I have earned a lot more then I did with bitcoin mainly with XRP, ETH and lately also EOS. For me, bitcoin is for bartenders and cab drivers who react on technical developments with a several year delay.

What are the technical developments of XRP, ETH, and EOS that surpass Bitcoin? It would be nice to know now, rather than a year from now.

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From that time I have earned a lot more then I did with bitcoin mainly with XRP, ETH and lately also EOS. For me, bitcoin is for bartenders and cab drivers who react on technical developments with a several year delay.

What are the technical developments of XRP, ETH, and EOS that surpass Bitcoin? It would be nice to know now, rather than a year from now.



XRP is good for making fast and cheap transactions. Scales better than bitcoin. Far from decentralized, but it gets the job done if you are in a hurry.
Eth is good for easily creating and implementing smart contracts, tokens and dapps. Can be a little clunky at times though. Plus if an error is made programing the smart contract, token, or dapp, it can have devastating consequences.

What's EOS?  Huh
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Dude I can't wait until we have functional humanoid robots to help around the house. Screw sex dolls, it's utility that really counts.

That's their purpose, isn't it ?
Re: SExiness: Heard some stories about brothels starting to use sex dolls. Apparently they are more popular than the actual prostitutes.
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February 23, 2018, 05:21:00 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

I was too hung over to post yesterday (should remember not to mix more than 4 kinds of booze) but I see we briefly dipped back down to 4 digits. I thought we were done with that horseshit.

It's since recovered to 5 digits... currently $10133USD/$12843CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

It seems that putting $10k behind us for good will take weeks instead of days.
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Dude I can't wait until we have functional humanoid robots to help around the house. Screw sex dolls, it's utility that really counts.

That's their purpose, isn't it ?

 Some people use sex dolls to allow them use the car-pool lanes.


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What's EOS?  Huh

supposed ETH killer


^^ that lass should really wear her seatbelt
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From that time I have earned a lot more then I did with bitcoin mainly with XRP, ETH and lately also EOS. For me, bitcoin is for bartenders and cab drivers who react on technical developments with a several year delay.

What are the technical developments of XRP, ETH, and EOS that surpass Bitcoin? It would be nice to know now, rather than a year from now.



XRP is good for making fast and cheap transactions. Scales better than bitcoin. Far from decentralized, but it gets the job done if you are in a hurry.
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Paypal is good for making fast and cheap transactions. Scales better than bitcoin. Far from decentralized, but it gets the job done if you are in a hurry.

XRP is a joke.
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Dude I can't wait until we have functional humanoid robots to help around the house. Screw sex dolls, it's utility that really counts.

That's their purpose, isn't it ?
Re: SExiness: Heard some stories about brothels starting to use sex dolls. Apparently they are more popular than the actual prostitutes.

yep : somewhat frightening ...
https://www.rt.com/uk/413762-sex-love-robot-conference/
https://www.rt.com/news/417645-sex-doll-brothel-france/

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Bitcoin being accepted as legal currency in Japan and South Korea aren't... legal? Or do you mean, you can't pay most lawyers with btc? Actually, I'm sure you could probably pay off a judge/politician easier with bitcoin than cash haha.

Sure, you can use bitcoin as an currency, this wasn't my point. My point was on why would you use bitcoin in your business if it just doesn't have any advantages over other payment solutions?


What are the technical developments of XRP, ETH, and EOS that surpass Bitcoin? It would be nice to know now, rather than a year from now.

The main thing that XRP, ETH and EOS have that bitcoin doesn't is potential. Both their initial concept and software framework are more complex, specialized and have a lot more room for development. The development of bitcoin is stuck in it's own tight little room of dogmas, that repeat unchanged in these echo chambers for years. With bitcoin, the eventual failure is certain for me - not the mater of "if", but "when". Luckily I still can be uncertain with those other three, and I'm constantly on the prowl for new competent teams that have potential ideas for new crypto applications.
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From that time I have earned a lot more then I did with bitcoin mainly with XRP, ETH and lately also EOS. For me, bitcoin is for bartenders and cab drivers who react on technical developments with a several year delay.

What are the technical developments of XRP, ETH, and EOS that surpass Bitcoin? It would be nice to know now, rather than a year from now.



XRP is good for making fast and cheap transactions. Scales better than bitcoin. Far from decentralized, but it gets the job done if you are in a hurry.
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Paypal is good for making fast and cheap transactions. Scales better than bitcoin. Far from decentralized, but it gets the job done if you are in a hurry.

XRP is a joke.
Paypal is pretty expensive...
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From that time I have earned a lot more then I did with bitcoin mainly with XRP, ETH and lately also EOS. For me, bitcoin is for bartenders and cab drivers who react on technical developments with a several year delay.

What are the technical developments of XRP, ETH, and EOS that surpass Bitcoin? It would be nice to know now, rather than a year from now.



XRP is good for making fast and cheap transactions. Scales better than bitcoin. Far from decentralized, but it gets the job done if you are in a hurry.
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Paypal is good for making fast and cheap transactions. Scales better than bitcoin. Far from decentralized, but it gets the job done if you are in a hurry.

XRP is a joke.

Good one, cofefeGandalf.  Grin  And yes, XRP was designed for transaction clearing between big banks. So it's perfect for "fast and cheap transactions"... if you are a mega multi-national corporation.

Truth is, the only reason it is even on anyone's radar is because the price had a brief spike up.
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Dude I can't wait until we have functional humanoid robots to help around the house. Screw sex dolls, it's utility that really counts.

That's their purpose, isn't it ?
Re: SExiness: Heard some stories about brothels starting to use sex dolls. Apparently they are more popular than the actual prostitutes.

yep : somewhat frightening ...
https://www.rt.com/uk/413762-sex-love-robot-conference/
https://www.rt.com/news/417645-sex-doll-brothel-france/


Biggest problem with "social" robots is that they are clearly not human. It's the eyes, mainly. Can be solved with something like the eye covering from Nier. Clearly not human, but human-ish. Next problem is making them sound natural. Should be far easier.

http://cdn.edgecast.steamstatic.com/steam/apps/524220/ss_8b29f7e1ce9a8b9313dc3eb50dbe76a4cf94eef9.1920x1080.jpg?t=1515664275
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