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March 16, 2018, 02:24:11 AM

Looks to me like a completely centralised shitcoin. They(mos) even fucked up the generation algo.

Looks like a lot of hard work to me. I've still got loads left and I'm not a source. I'd be mortified and start cracking up under the strain if I had to get rid of several hundred per month. There aren't enough posts that arouse me.


A little bird told me that many merit sources don't have to start out with hundreds. More like about 50 per month. That is very fortunate for them because wading through tons of shit just to find one diamond can grate on anyone's nerves. Also, from what I have been able to ascertain, Theymos will be reviewing the merit sources. Those who seem to be able to give out merit in both quantity and quality will be given more.
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March 16, 2018, 02:24:53 AM

Party popper detected!!

Now you've dissed me I will tuck this slight away, wait for your meet, turn up incognito as a cocktail waitress and scratch your eyes out.

See what I mean?
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March 16, 2018, 02:29:01 AM

Party popper detected!!

Now you've dissed me I will tuck this slight away, wait for your meet, turn up incognito as a cocktail waitress and scratch your eyes out.

See what I mean?

Uh oh.... so then why do I want the money if I can't even have some fun?

Ok ok.... I will have to keep my "coiner" life isolated from my RL.

You are still a party popper though Smiley
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March 16, 2018, 02:30:47 AM
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Party popper detected!!

Now you've dissed me I will tuck this slight away, wait for your meet, turn up incognito as a cocktail waitress and scratch your eyes out.

See what I mean?

Maaaaan. How did my dad find his way to this forum?
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March 16, 2018, 02:32:11 AM
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I just saved all of your lives. You'll thank me some day.

Maaaaan. How did my dad find his way to this forum?

He's a cross dresser too? Can you hook me up?
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March 16, 2018, 02:34:21 AM

I just saved all of your lives. You'll thank me some day.

I have died so many times I am not afraid if the next one is the real(tm) one. It will happen, sometime...

The fun I have had... I will take it with me to my tomb.
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March 16, 2018, 02:35:35 AM
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This is an interesting place. When things are doing good we all share and enjoy the same feeling of success and richness (even if in different levels) and the opposite (like right now) also holds true.  Quite different than IRL friends, most of them being complete nocoiners. #justarandomthought

We should have a WO meetup some time. Maybe we can have an IRL celebration when BTC hits $100K haha.

like, a whole floor of a hotel...with the floors just above and just below for our collective security forces
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March 16, 2018, 02:38:43 AM

If you are a merit source, then your merit page will come up like the below purple highlighted two paragraphs (though not really purple in real life) - noteably the difference in the second paragraph for merit sources:

>>>>>>>>You have received a total of XXXX merit. This is what determines your forum rank. You typically cannot lose this merit. You have XXX sendable merit (sMerit) which you can send to other people. There is no point in hoarding sMerit; keeping it yourself does not benefit you, and we reserve the right to decay unused sMerit in the future.

You are a merit source. The next XXX merit you spend will come from your source rather than your sMerit balance. Merit spent from your source will come back in 30 days. Unused source merit is wasted. It is not allowed for merit sources to sell their merit.
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As you may recall, the merit system activated on January 24, and therefore it was thought that if merit sources spent their smerits, then those smerits would start to replenish into the merit source on about February 23 - however, theymos stated that he had run into some glitch in the way that he had programmed the replenishment of merit source merits - in essence the script or the algorithm was screwed up.  

It appears that theymos fixed that merit source replenishment glitch on about March 5, and replenishment of merit source smerits began again around March 5.

I didn't know about the glitch or any details of merit expiry, interesting stuff.

+1 WOsMerit

(I do have sMerit to give now, but you're a legend and a source, so it really feels like wasting the goods.)

After the merit system implemented, I did venture out there into the forum - outside of the WO thread, and it surely can be a scary place in which I bumped into a few things that maybe are not necessary to know regarding forum politics... - especially when it seems messy enough just to attempt to watch BTC price dynamics and the politics involved with BTC prices.. anyhow, there are a few things in the non-WO that I would not mind unseeing.

Surely personal discretion regarding how anyone spends their smerits, and merits are likely not only going to be used for ranking up since merits may end up displacing credibility aspects of the trust system in the future or establishing higher than Legendary ranks, perhaps?  Also, there can be some value with merits to identify relatively higher quality posts, too, perhaps?
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March 16, 2018, 02:51:17 AM

I just saved all of your lives. You'll thank me some day.

Maaaaan. How did my dad find his way to this forum?

He's a cross dresser too? Can you hook me up?


Yeah... I would be scared to death to meet you lunatic fucks IRL.  




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March 16, 2018, 02:54:49 AM
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Make it on Las Vegas during summer and I'm sold. Probably the only place in the world that could stand the assorted and extravagant bunch of us celebrating that awesome milestone in the most extreme and extravagant ways Smiley

Maybe we could even hire the Vodoo Lounge at the Rio (51st floor) just for our party.

Does anyone here have any experience of internet meets? I have a sneaking feeling they'd be fucking horrifying. And for some of the longstanding members there must be people with grudges against them out there, let alone blown opsec with wallet balances being linkable.

I'll send an actor. Or a cat.

 I was involved in arranging/attending a BBS party and it was pretty cool.  The difference being that everyone resided within the local calling codes of the BBS.  What was most surprising was that there were no surprises.  Even though we were anonymous and had nicknames, people were pretty much the same as their online personas.  I left the party a little too early though because apparently i missed Rapunzel's table dance.   Cry  If i remember correctly, she was the resident cat lady; an eccentric artist.


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 I was involved in arranging/attending a BBS party and it was pretty cool.  The difference being that everyone resided within the local calling codes of the BBS.  What was most surprising was that there were no surprises.  Even though we were anonymous and had nicknames, people were pretty much the same as their online personas.  I left the party a little too early though because apparently i missed Rapunzel's table dance.   Cry  If i remember correctly, she was the resident cat lady; an eccentric artist.


On one hand that's reassuring. On the other if people are the embodiment of their online persona, in more than a few cases that is... not.
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March 16, 2018, 02:58:07 AM

like, a whole floor of a hotel...with the floors just above and just below for our collective security forces

There was an ethereum conference in Mexico. They gave the attendees their own floor with keycard access and upped security for the event.
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Does anyone here have any experience of internet meets? I have a sneaking feeling they'd be fucking horrifying. And for some of the longstanding members there must be people with grudges against them out there, let alone blown opsec with wallet balances being linkable.

I'll send an actor. Or a cat.

Once. I did it once when I was 12 years old. This was pre-internet days; a dial-up BBS meet-up in the 80s.

Wow was that awkward. These guys were NOTHING like I imagined from their online personas. Granted, I was pretty fucking naive.

Some things are just better left imagined.

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March 16, 2018, 03:03:13 AM

This's interesting. We're no-where near the dotcom bubble yet in terms of market-cap:



But even if you consider bitcoin a bubble and think that it has reached a point where dotcom reached at all time high, and will burst like dot-com, then bitcoin has already lost 70% of its value from all time high, which was the total bubble burst of Nasdaq.
You're basing this only on the value of bitcoin core and are not including the value of all the altcoins, ICOs, blockchain tech stocks, futures markets, mining farms, etc.

 Please explain how you can compare a "dot-com" valuation , to a cryptocurrency valuation?

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March 16, 2018, 03:03:53 AM

My old silver stacking board (the one I recently mentioned that I had learned the admin had passed away) had a meetup in Vegas years ago.  I did not make it but all reports were positive.  I guess they had a pretty good time.

The ZeroHedge comment section guys had one...and they are doing it again if you can believe that...I have to admit, that boggles my mind, but if those obnoxious motherfuckers can get together and have a good time anything is possible.
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Once. I did it once when I was 12 years old. This was pre-internet days; a dial-up BBS meet-up in the 80s.

Wow was that awkward. These guys were NOTHING like I imagined from their online personas. Granted, I was pretty fucking naive.

Some things are just better left imagined.

So it sounds like you were one of the first humans in history to be groomed online. Summat to tell the grandkids.
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Make it on Las Vegas during summer and I'm sold. Probably the only place in the world that could stand the assorted and extravagant bunch of us celebrating that awesome milestone in the most extreme and extravagant ways Smiley

Maybe we could even hire the Vodoo Lounge at the Rio (51st floor) just for our party.

Does anyone here have any experience of internet meets? I have a sneaking feeling they'd be fucking horrifying. And for some of the longstanding members there must be people with grudges against them out there, let alone blown opsec with wallet balances being linkable.

I'll send an actor. Or a cat.



Maybe rent one of these perhaps..the Howard Hughes seems apropos.


Bitcoin?  That is still a thing?

Why yes it is. The situation is normal, all....   I am posting 2 charts..one is a slightly bullish take on things and one is more bearish. I am sure many feel as I do, that the market is just waiting to dump more. However looking closely at the price action today is telling me that might not be the case any longer. Volume is increasing slightly and the price is hanging fairly steady at 8k+ for now. We could retest lower lows but I would think a slight run upwards seems more likely at this point as Friday approaches. #dyor #btfd













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March 16, 2018, 03:32:59 AM

Alright, PM'ed but no blindfolds dude. I wouldn't want to miss the show  Wink

 Uhh. Wow. So he PM'd me his address.

 Shit just got real.

 So I guess now is a bad time to say "I was just kidding guys !", huh ?

 I don't think I've ever fucked up a "hunch" with Bitcoin this badly before...

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I think we all had the same hunch, I absolve you of any promises that concerns me. Ill buy my own drinks.
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First one to pass out at the meetup becomes Bob's property for the night.
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First one to pass out at the meetup becomes Bob's property for the night.


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