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Every time a block is mined, a certain amount of BTC (called the subsidy) is created out of thin air and given to the miner. The subsidy halves every four years and will reach 0 in about 130 years.
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Mining wasn't banned in Plattsburgh.  They will not allow new mining operations to use the subsidized local utility.  Maybe try getting a slight understanding of a topic before freaking out.

How stupid do you have to be to oversell your electricity when you have a fixed subsidised supply? Wtf did they think was going to happen? These guys are blaming Bitcoin, when it is their own economic competence at fault. I wouldn't be surprised if these protoplasmic jellies crawled out of lake Champlain.

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Come on guyz...I'm sure the politician that decided to subsidize electricity had her heart in the right place. You can't expect unintended consequences to happen with government interference. This would be the first and only case where that has happened.
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March 20, 2018, 01:32:03 AM

I think Goat drives one too, speaking of tool wagons.

Did he rebuy?

My understanding is that he sold the first one after BTC had retraced, and spent the USD proceeds on hella more BTC than he spent on the Lambo to begin with.

'AAR, so I heard...'
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Are these the actuall Bitcoin prices in the pictures ? i find them rather cheap. Until now i had only numbers in my wallet, but now i have corresponding pictures. thanks.
What´s the catch. The upkeep ?




Time travel if you can swing it.

Honestly have no idea what you are saying. But one thing is for sure: i don´t need no fucking Lambo, thousand other things yes, but no Lambo.  Smiley
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Are these the actuall Bitcoin prices in the pictures ? i find them rather cheap. Until now i had only numbers in my wallet, but now i have corresponding pictures. thanks.
What´s the catch. The upkeep ?




Time travel if you can swing it.

Honestly have no idea what you are saying. But one thing is for sure: i don´t need no fucking Lambo, thousand other things, but no Lambo.  Smiley

Your username is like cotton in my ears
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Are these the actuall Bitcoin prices in the pictures ? i find them rather cheap. Until now i had only numbers in my wallet, but now i have corresponding pictures. thanks.
What´s the catch. The upkeep ?




Time travel if you can swing it.

Honestly have no idea what you are saying. But one thing is for sure: i don´t need no fucking Lambo, thousand other things, but no Lambo.  Smiley

Your username is like cotton in my ears

Is that good, or bad ?  Smiley

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Are these the actuall Bitcoin prices in the pictures ? i find them rather cheap. Until now i had only numbers in my wallet, but now i have corresponding pictures. thanks.
What´s the catch. The upkeep ?




Time travel if you can swing it.

Honestly have no idea what you are saying. But one thing is for sure: i don´t need no fucking Lambo, thousand other things, but no Lambo.  Smiley

Your username is like cotton in my ears

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March 20, 2018, 01:45:42 AM

Are these the actuall Bitcoin prices in the pictures ? i find them rather cheap. Until now i had only numbers in my wallet, but now i have corresponding pictures. thanks.
What´s the catch. The upkeep ?




Time travel if you can swing it.

Honestly have no idea what you are saying. But one thing is for sure: i don´t need no fucking Lambo, thousand other things, but no Lambo.  Smiley

Your username is like cotton in my ears

Is that good, or bad ?  Smiley

On the one hand it is good, and on the other hand it is bad.




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March 20, 2018, 01:53:23 AM

hey anonxxx why did you delete that? you are allowed to post that here. it's interesting to all and it's not exactly shilling.
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Are these the actuall Bitcoin prices in the pictures ? i find them rather cheap. Until now i had only numbers in my wallet, but now i have corresponding pictures. thanks.
What´s the catch. The upkeep ?




Time travel if you can swing it.

Honestly have no idea what you are saying. But one thing is for sure: i don´t need no fucking Lambo, thousand other things, but no Lambo.  Smiley

Your username is like cotton in my ears

Is that good, or bad ?  Smiley

On the one hand it is good, and on the other hand it is bad.






Guys, you have to take me, as i come. It´s such a wonderfull journey here.

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On the one hand it is good, and on the other hand it is bad.






I've been hanging around reddit too much, all I can read from that image is "On the But on one hand, the other I need to lose hand Weight Donut."

Jesus, I haven't been here in ages. I changed my harddrive and next thing I know, I lost access to my hotmail account (good riddance, honestly), my FanFiction.net account  ( Sad ) and this account. But I'M BACK. And I'm happy to see familiar faces. Now that I'm taking a look at my account, I wanna humble-brag about this one comment I made (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg10495527#msg10495527). "From the mouth of babes comes truth", I believe the saying goes? God, I wish I would have sincerely believed my own words. But there's no point in crying over lost opportunity. One must use it as a learning experience, to not miss out on future ones.
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Are these the actuall Bitcoin prices in the pictures ? i find them rather cheap. Until now i had only numbers in my wallet, but now i have corresponding pictures. thanks.
What´s the catch. The upkeep ?




Time travel if you can swing it.

Honestly have no idea what you are saying. But one thing is for sure: i don´t need no fucking Lambo, thousand other things, but no Lambo.  Smiley

Your username is like cotton in my ears

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I thought of that, but it was to long . . .


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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=merit;u=1385913

Haven't you got a lot of merits for a newish guy? Oh look, they're all from one 'other' guy.
Bounder.


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March 20, 2018, 02:16:11 AM

Ironic that everyone here wants a Lambo yet has utter contempt for Roger Ver and CSW:
The only two narcissistic shitheads in the crypto space that actually drive those tool wagons.  Roll Eyes  Tongue

LOL. Do they ? TIL !

I think Goat drives one too, speaking of tool wagons.

he sold that first yellow one
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TL;DR if something (btc ups and downs) occurs 15 times faster than Nasdaq, than it is not the same type of phenomena.

People already posted the idea propagated by MSM that btc is like Nasdaq in 2000, but 15 times faster.
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/19/bitcoin-is-unfolding-like-the-dotcom-crash--just-15-times-faster.html

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The Nasdaq in 2000 and modern-day bitcoin both rallied 250 to 280 percent in their most "exuberant" periods ahead of bear markets, Morgan Stanley said in a note to clients.

"Just that the bitcoin rally was around 15 times the speed," Sheena Shah, strategist at Morgan Stanley said.

But here is a somewhat scary thought: if it is 15 times faster, than it is not the same.
15X passenger airplane speed is close to the rocket speed to reach the Earth's orbit.

To me, it is possible to think about this (superfast change) as winds on the approach to Singularity, whatever form it might take.
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TL;DR if something (btc ups and downs) occurs 15 times faster than Nasdaq, than it in not the same type of phenomena.

People already posted the idea propagated by MSM that btc is like Nasdaq in 2000, but 15 times faster.
https://www.cnbc.com/2018/03/19/bitcoin-is-unfolding-like-the-dotcom-crash--just-15-times-faster.html

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The Nasdaq in 2000 and modern-day bitcoin both rallied 250 to 280 percent in their most "exuberant" periods ahead of bear markets, Morgan Stanley said in a note to clients.

"Just that the bitcoin rally was around 15 times the speed," Sheena Shah, strategist at Morgan Stanley said.

But here is a somewhat scary thought: if it is 15 times faster, than it is not the same.
15X passenger airplane speed is close to the rocket speed to reach the Earth orbit.

To me, it is possible to think about this (superfast change) as winds on the approach to Singularity, whatever form it might take.


Could it be that a more unstable, newer market could give off an illusion of a "faster" market? I'm no econologist, but if I had the know-how, I'd probably try to look at tech startups and try to see if I could find something similar. See if bitcoin is truly a faster market rather than a noisier market, you know? Interesting topic... that I'm just completely unqualified to contribute to, heheheh.
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March 20, 2018, 02:43:40 AM

Reasons this cannot be a 2013 style double bubble:

A new run would require an infusion of fresh speculative money. The infrastructure cannot scale up quick enough for this to happen. Coinbase was the #1 app, how is it supposed to go up from there? It used to be wiring money to a shady loser card game exchange, now anyone with a bank account can move money in. Until you can buy it right on the Nasdaq or something it can't get any easier. When 30,000 people know about BTC you can go to 30 million. You can't go from 30 million to 30 billion, even 30% of the population having heard of it to 50% is an enormous step that is almost impossible.

Without fresh money to pay off old holders the price cannot continue to rise. Without the promise of new ATH there is no reason to buy.

No double bubble means the limit here was 11.7, and with that fallen it has probably moved down to 9.7. Tick Tock, when BTC looks down and isn't standing on the ground it has to go someplace solid, $5,500, then when it is getting up and looking around it sees it still didn't fall all the way.

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bla bla bla

isn't there a 401-Ktalk forum somewhere you could go hang out on?
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