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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
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exciting and creepy at the same time...like having a boner you are ashamed of

Going on the average age of posters in this thread, there's no longer such a thing as a boner to be ashamed of any more for most. All of them are a gift.
It's weird to think of myself as young in the post-mid-30s bracket, but I have noticed the same thing.

I’m early to mid 30’s. Won’t reveal my exact age but yeah, those of us with a half decent number of coins do seem to be over 30.
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June 03, 2018, 06:30:11 PM

I’m early to mid 30’s. Won’t reveal my exact age but yeah, those of us with a half decent number of coins do seem to be over 30.

I'd like to believe that the majority of twenty-something year olds out there are learning about the Fed and central banking corruption, the world of finance, investing and saving extra money instead of acquiring more debt, and buying bitcoin like crazy, etc.

But historical patterns of age-related behavior tell us something different.  Undecided
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June 03, 2018, 06:32:44 PM

exciting and creepy at the same time...like having a boner you are ashamed of

Going on the average age of posters in this thread, there's no longer such a thing as a boner to be ashamed of any more for most. All of them are a gift.
It's weird to think of myself as young in the post-mid-30s bracket, but I have noticed the same thing.

I’m early to mid 30’s. Won’t reveal my exact age but yeah, those of us with a half decent number of coins do seem to be over 30.

Always the same problem : More boners, less coins. More coins less boners... .
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June 03, 2018, 06:37:00 PM

I’m early to mid 30’s. Won’t reveal my exact age but yeah, those of us with a half decent number of coins do seem to be over 30.

I'd like to think that the majority of twenty-something year olds out there are learning about finance, investing and saving extra money, buying bitcoin like crazy, etc.

But historical patterns of age-related behavior tell us something different.  Undecided
Of course they are bloody well not. They are being stupid teenagers, well into their 20s, just as I was.

Due to the ease and safety we live in, people are staying kids well past when they should or ever did. The few of us here? Either old enough to have lived in a harder time, or extremely fucking lucky to have experienced bad shit that advanced our brain development.
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June 03, 2018, 06:45:45 PM

Who cares? Technology is a genie that once let out of the bottle can not be put back in. It will be with us forever. Bureaucrats and systems of record and title transfer come and go. In the long march of time even mountains are reduced to dust by the simple flowing of water. Technology is like the water and Bureaucrats are not even close to being mountains.
No I get what you are saying. Perhaps blockchain will eventually find it's way into a few other places here and there where it makes sense to have it.

Though if the next 30 years go by and I still can't legally transfer a car title to another person for free via a decentralized blockchain solution, it won't mean much sweat to me as I'll probably be close to death anyway, lol.

If it does happen in the next 30 years it will be because political jurisdictions are in a sort of competition with one another. I wouldn't be surprised to see smaller jurisdictions implement as much of this kinda stuff as they can in order to attract expats.

IoT...

 to add and verify any new tills and its effortless for them. 

Idk. This is meme kinda true. But there is a huge range of applications out there where we dont NEED blockchain, but it would still be really cool!

I would love to have my vehicle ownership represented by ...

Yes and in a perfect world, this is how it should work. You should have the power to transfer title of ownership of something you own directly to another party without a third party in the middle. But that's the problem. When state-run Bureaus of Motor Vehicles have centralized control of title issuance, transfer, and registration of motor vehicles, and of course make revenue off of that activity, then why would they ever relinquish that power back to the individual? They would make so many excuses has to why that activity should be state-run and not decentralized.

Also, I wouldn't doubt that state-run BMV's will eventually try to implement some sort of blockchain solution behind the scenes as a 'calling card' to say that they are trying to change and do something. But I don't think it would be more efficient that what they have today.

I believe something like this already exists. Started in 2007 in Estonia, called Keyless security infrastructure. There are companies now trying to use in other markets as well
https://e-estonia.com/solutions/security-and-safety/ksi-blockchain/
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June 03, 2018, 06:58:44 PM

https://archive.is/d8OIC text of The Bitcoin Standard by Saifedean Ammous @saifedean
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June 03, 2018, 07:28:42 PM

exciting and creepy at the same time...like having a boner you are ashamed of

Going on the average age of posters in this thread, there's no longer such a thing as a boner to be ashamed of any more for most. All of them are a gift.
It's weird to think of myself as young in the post-mid-30s bracket, but I have noticed the same thing.

We're probably about the same age. And I notice as well. =|
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June 03, 2018, 07:31:09 PM

exciting and creepy at the same time...like having a boner you are ashamed of

Going on the average age of posters in this thread, there's no longer such a thing as a boner to be ashamed of any more for most. All of them are a gift.
It's weird to think of myself as young in the post-mid-30s bracket, but I have noticed the same thing.

I’m early to mid 30’s. Won’t reveal my exact age but yeah, those of us with a half decent number of coins do seem to be over 30.

Always the same problem : More boners, less coins. More coins less boners... .

The thing is, more bitcoins will solve almost anything. If you want more boners, bitcoin can take care of that.
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June 03, 2018, 07:35:31 PM
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https://bitcointopia.org/

Capital of United States Of Bitcoin

Bitcointopia is the capital of a newly formed nation run by Bitcoin appropriations, Blockchain voting & BIP based laws, formed by Articles Of Incorporation, Declaration Of Independence, UN Law & the Treason Act 1949
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June 03, 2018, 07:36:22 PM

https://bitcointopia.org/

Capital of United States Of Bitcoin

Bitcointopia is the capital of a newly formed nation run by Bitcoin appropriations, Blockchain voting & BIP based laws, formed by Articles Of Incorporation, Declaration Of Independence, UN Law & the Treason Act 1949
Don't even need to click it to know it's shit. It will happen organically, or not at all.
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Last edit: June 03, 2018, 08:06:04 PM by Ludwig Von

exciting and creepy at the same time...like having a boner you are ashamed of

Going on the average age of posters in this thread, there's no longer such a thing as a boner to be ashamed of any more for most. All of them are a gift.
It's weird to think of myself as young in the post-mid-30s bracket, but I have noticed the same thing.

I’m early to mid 30’s. Won’t reveal my exact age but yeah, those of us with a half decent number of coins do seem to be over 30.

Always the same problem : More boners, less coins. More coins less boners... .

The thing is, more bitcoins will solve almost anything. If you want more boners, bitcoin can take care of that.

Most sensible ideologic thought ever! So there is hope for all! :-)  And on a sideline, little hope for Soros, Dimon, Buffet and Roach.
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June 03, 2018, 08:50:35 PM

I’m early to mid 30’s. Won’t reveal my exact age but yeah, those of us with a half decent number of coins do seem to be over 30.

How much is a decent number of coins? Surely JJG could answer this question.

I'd like to think that the majority of twenty-something year olds out there are learning about finance, investing and saving extra money, buying bitcoin like crazy, etc.

But historical patterns of age-related behavior tell us something different.  Undecided
Of course they are bloody well not. They are being stupid teenagers, well into their 20s, just as I was.

Due to the ease and safety we live in, people are staying kids well past when they should or ever did. The few of us here? Either old enough to have lived in a harder time, or extremely fucking lucky to have experienced bad shit that advanced our brain development.

Probably, I can be an exception to the rule.

What Ibian says makes a lot of sense to me based on my experience. I left my parents' house at 16 against my will, which forced me to mature early. Although the years of my youth were overwhelmingly difficult, in retrospect those experiences positioned me today in a tremendously favorable situation with respect to the majority of people of my generation (I am in the mid-20s).
I started buying bitcoins in 2012, when I was still in university, and although the budget of a university student is small, the extremely cheap prices of that time allowed me to accumulate a "decent" amount of coins  (On the other hand, despite have spoken with many people about bitcoin, there is nobody of my generation that has shown any interest, probably because of what Ibian mentions: they are young, they lack difficult experiences and still many live with their parents).
That's why I'm curious ... how much is a "decent amount" according to the vision of people older than me? According to my perspective, a decent amount is between 10 and 99 coins.
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https://phys.org/news/2018-06-team-microbes-survive-rooms-contaminate.html
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I’m early to mid 30’s. Won’t reveal my exact age but yeah, those of us with a half decent number of coins do seem to be over 30.

How much is a decent number of coins? Surely JJG could answer this question.

I'd like to think that the majority of twenty-something year olds out there are learning about finance, investing and saving extra money, buying bitcoin like crazy, etc.

But historical patterns of age-related behavior tell us something different.  Undecided
Of course they are bloody well not. They are being stupid teenagers, well into their 20s, just as I was.

Due to the ease and safety we live in, people are staying kids well past when they should or ever did. The few of us here? Either old enough to have lived in a harder time, or extremely fucking lucky to have experienced bad shit that advanced our brain development.

Probably, I can be an exception to the rule.

What Ibian says makes a lot of sense to me based on my experience. I left my parents' house at 16 against my will, which forced me to mature early. Although the years of my youth were overwhelmingly difficult, in retrospect those experiences positioned me today in a tremendously favorable situation with respect to the majority of people of my generation (I am in the mid-20s).
I started buying bitcoins in 2012, when I was still in university, and although the budget of a university student is small, the extremely cheap prices of that time allowed me to accumulate a "decent" amount of coins  (On the other hand, despite have spoken with many people about bitcoin, there is nobody of my generation that has shown any interest, probably because of what Ibian mentions: they are young, they lack difficult experiences and still many live with their parents).
That's why I'm curious ... how much is a "decent amount" according to the vision of people older than me? According to my perspective, a decent amount is between 10 and 99 coins.

Enough that, at the least, you don't need a job to eat and sleep in some form of shelter.
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I’m early to mid 30’s. Won’t reveal my exact age but yeah, those of us with a half decent number of coins do seem to be over 30.

How much is a decent number of coins? Surely JJG could answer this question.

I'd like to think that the majority of twenty-something year olds out there are learning about finance, investing and saving extra money, buying bitcoin like crazy, etc.

But historical patterns of age-related behavior tell us something different.  Undecided
Of course they are bloody well not. They are being stupid teenagers, well into their 20s, just as I was.

Due to the ease and safety we live in, people are staying kids well past when they should or ever did. The few of us here? Either old enough to have lived in a harder time, or extremely fucking lucky to have experienced bad shit that advanced our brain development.

Probably, I can be an exception to the rule.

What Ibian says makes a lot of sense to me based on my experience. I left my parents' house at 16 against my will, which forced me to mature early. Although the years of my youth were overwhelmingly difficult, in retrospect those experiences positioned me today in a tremendously favorable situation with respect to the majority of people of my generation (I am in the mid-20s).
I started buying bitcoins in 2012, when I was still in university, and although the budget of a university student is small, the extremely cheap prices of that time allowed me to accumulate a "decent" amount of coins  (On the other hand, despite have spoken with many people about bitcoin, there is nobody of my generation that has shown any interest, probably because of what Ibian mentions: they are young, they lack difficult experiences and still many live with their parents).
That's why I'm curious ... how much is a "decent amount" according to the vision of people older than me? According to my perspective, a decent amount is between 10 and 99 coins.


I agree - something between 10 & 99 bitcoin's in cold storage & you’ll be wealthy around mid 2021 (all in my opinion of course)
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June 03, 2018, 09:23:03 PM



This guy has a sufficiently powerful telescope.

There is also a collective/group of people with powerful telescopes who share images and footage of the moon.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpq7HqviCxw

The weird thing is they all seem to be of the same conlcusion

..."There is buildings on the moon"...

more conspiracy, who knows


What time exactly does your footage show "buildings on the moon" ?




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June 03, 2018, 09:24:23 PM

BTC 7724 resistance to overcome, stuck to the ceiling like a fly at present  Grin

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpq7HqviCxw

The weird thing is they all seem to be of the same conlcusion

..."There is buildings on the moon"...

more conspiracy, who knows


Amazing footage, not seen it done that clearly before.   There is a hand held photo camera which can zoom in on the moon, maybe a few hundred to buy.   Theres a reflector left on the moon which returns a signal if you use the right type of light spectrum to shine at it.  As far as actual visible object, I guess they are too small and the flag would need to be lying flat and far larger.  So the angles are wrong.

The moon is quite boring afaik, its just similar composition to the earth except exposed horribly to the elements of all kinds from outer space.   Never heard anything special about moon dust brought back.
Did Mars drilling ever return new elements of any kind, I followed really only the initial landings 25 years ago.  Principally its been about engineering to me not so much physics discovery, but I know little :p

Anyway the main point I was going to mention is the sun dying off or cooling down is not a near term likely phenomena.  The far more probable event before that is a solar spike or storm that would be similar to an EMP nuclear blast on the earths atmosphere.
Hopefully its a low probability but its a million times more likely then a big fall in Sun activity.   This would at the extremes lead to the loss of electronics on earth, its not an unprecedented event, I'll just go find the wiki link for previous
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solar_storm_of_1859

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The now-standard unique IAU identifier for this flare is SOL1859-09-01.

A solar storm of this magnitude occurring today would cause widespread disruptions and damage to a modern and technology-dependent society.[2][3] The solar storm of 2012 was of similar magnitude, but it passed Earth's orbit without striking the planet.[4]
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[northern lights] Auroras were seen around the world, those in the northern hemisphere as far south as the Caribbean; those over the Rocky Mountains in the U.S. were so bright that the glow woke gold miners, who began preparing breakfast because they thought it was morning.[6] People in the northeastern United States could read a newspaper by the aurora's light.[11] The aurora was visible as far from the poles as south-central Mexico[12], Queensland, Cuba, Hawaii,[13] southern Japan and China,[14] and even at lower latitudes very close to the equator, such as in Colombia

The difference from 1859 to now is obviously we rely on sensitive electronics.   The positive is that I think we could predict this storm in time to save or shield alot of the equipment ?     I think the whole thing is worth mentioning in terms of possibly globally changing events and related to finance and clearing systems.
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