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May 31, 2018, 10:01:49 PM

For the market to grow like we all hope it will, regular people are going to have to come in droves.

No, this is wrong. Current fiat (or any asset) wealth is not distributed evenly across the population, in fact it is well-documented and heralded as being increasingly concentrated in fewer and fewer hands. By this reason alone, relatively very few have to come to bitcoin to replace fiat as the dominant wealth storage and measurement mechanism.


This is true. As Bitcoin continues to live on though, it will be the younger, newer generations of Average Joe that takes a chance with Bitcoin. They come into the working world with more disdain for the existing financial structure, less debt (except student loans), less skepticism of Bitcoin, less to lose and everything to gain.

Grandma and Grandpa ain't coming in droves, sorry. Grandma and Grandpa can't even afford to buy Precious Metals anymore, much less Bitcoin. Plus the MSM has mindfucked them to believe that Bitcoin is a scam.

Get the fuck out of here with your nonsense proclamation that regular Joes cannot afford bitcoin.   

They only believe that they cannot afford bitcoin, which seems to tie in with your overall point that they are being mindfucked by mainstream media.

Ultimately, you and I are likely pretty close to agreeing, and probably I am merely quibbling with the mixture of your nonsense points that are embedded into your other relatively decent points.   Tongue Tongue    Shocked


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A bull market will not deter realr0ach. Just like a roach, he is tenacious. During a bull run, we are bound to hear the exact same arguments again and again. We will also hear much about Bitfinex painting the tape with Tethers. R0ach used to be a trader. However, I believe that he was turned off by the bullshit he perceived as happening with Bitfinex. When Bitfinex has "hacked" in late 2016, I think that was the final straw for him. Perhaps if Bitfinex would just go belly up, that would make R0ach go away. However, there are a lot more players in this space pulling some dubious shit, so I doubt it.

E.g. BitMEX that has been running its own for-profit trading subsidiary on its own platform...

Regarding realr0ach, most of you are getting to worked up over his posts.
Just grab a cold beverage of your choice and print out your own realr0ach Bingo card and follow
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love the bingo card. I think though there is an untapped money making venture here - we convince the CIA, KGB etc that this forum is the ideal training product for assessing whether applicants are worth hiring.. They have to in a 30 min exam identify the true believers, from the shills etc (only from info in the thread not other sources). We can charge them heaps per time its used - these spies have huge budgets - and share it among ourselves. We would then hit them up again for more money (bitcoins) to mark the papers - though I suspect it would have to be marked by several and a consenus agreed. Who is with me? Theymos might need a sweetner to agree to it but we will be so rich even if we have to sling him an extra 10% it will not hurt. PS Is there a spy reading or spy bot scanning the forum that good give some feedback as to the likelihood of any uptake? I am off now to take my meds. Hope when I return there is a reply
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May 31, 2018, 10:08:15 PM

yea, i miss the old chart buddy,...

he was nice.

I started to hate Chartbuddy because it was a sign of this place's utter deadness in the depths of the gloom. 5-6 consecutive posts was like a wino pissing in your mouth.

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May 31, 2018, 10:25:16 PM

yea, i miss the old chart buddy,...

he was nice.

I started to hate Chartbuddy because it was a sign of this place's utter deadness in the depths of the gloom. 5-6 consecutive posts was like a wino pissing in your mouth.

http://www.bumwine.com/

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May 31, 2018, 10:25:32 PM

They changed bitcointalk policy due to NotLambChop's epic trolling.

I wonder how long it will take to do the same for this troll.

My suggestion:
Allow for auto-ignore of all posts quoting ignored posts.

What is your evidence that NOTLambChop caused some kind of change in bitcointalk's policies?  Trolling has been going on since the beginning of the forum, and maybe the bot phenomenon is more common in the past year or two (which is after NotLambChop was banned).

The merit system seems to be an attempt to address the trolling and bot proliferation issue.. but what meaningful and/or significant actions did bitcointalk take specifically in regards to NotLambChop, besides banning him?
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May 31, 2018, 10:26:55 PM

Well, it looks like my BTFD bot is probably busy right now.  Cry Can't check on it because I am at work and have no idea what my password is.
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May 31, 2018, 10:32:38 PM
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What is your evidence that NOTLambChop caused some kind of change in bitcointalk's policies?  Trolling has been going on since the beginning of the forum, and maybe the bot phenomenon is more common in the past year or two (which is after NotLambChop was banned).

The merit system seems to be an attempt to address the trolling and bot proliferation issue.. but what meaningful and/or significant actions did bitcointalk take specifically in regards to NotLambChop, besides banning him?

Noobs were banned from posting images entirely down to that freak's hard work.
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May 31, 2018, 10:38:12 PM

5-6 consecutive posts was like a wino pissing in your mouth.

 epic metaphor... or is it a simile?
idk... either way, I gotta a chuckle, thanx m8!

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May 31, 2018, 10:47:44 PM

chartbuddy was great. if you still want to see him:


https://bitco.in/forum/threads/chartbuddy-archive-thread.1173/page-290
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May 31, 2018, 11:13:05 PM

The (((US Govt))) has been running a SHIT TON of these false alarms lately in order to try and test civilian reaction to them in preparation for the false flag of all false flags in the near future:

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-05-31/prepare-action-cryptic-emergency-alert-sparks-panic-oregon-residents
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May 31, 2018, 11:19:25 PM

Remember the good ol' days when this was the place to find out wtf was happening with the price?



I remember those days. Something I have wondered and I've been meaning to ask, what happened to that wall observer bot? The one that would post the depth chart every few hours? It appears to be gone completely.

RichieT did a rage quit with his Chartbuddy about 2 years ago.  He got all BIG blocker nutjobie, and at that time concluded (and still seems to hold such sentiments) that theymos was censoring his feelings too much, and he was going to take his marbles...

You or anyone else with the possible skills who wants to could program a chartbuddy, and I am sure that anyone would receive a lot of positive praise for such proactivity.. likely merits, but maybe if the bot performed well, even a few folks would donate some token amounts of BTC (no guarantees, of course)?

yea, i miss the old chart buddy,...

he was nice.

Chartbuddy did not talk back to nobody.. merely provided a stream of continuous edumacation, and could fill the thread for hours and hours, just in case live peeps were not interested in posting.
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May 31, 2018, 11:26:12 PM

Remember the good ol' days when this was the place to find out wtf was happening with the price?



I remember those days. Something I have wondered and I've been meaning to ask, what happened to that wall observer bot? The one that would post the depth chart every few hours? It appears to be gone completely.

RichieT did a rage quit with his Chartbuddy about 2 years ago.  He got all BIG blocker nutjobie, and at that time concluded (and still seems to hold such sentiments) that theymos was censoring his feelings too much, and he was going to take his marbles...

You or anyone else with the possible skills who wants to could program a chartbuddy, and I am sure that anyone would receive a lot of positive praise for such proactivity.. likely merits, but maybe if the bot performed well, even a few folks would donate some token amounts of BTC (no guarantees, of course)?

yea, i miss the old chart buddy,...

he was nice.

Chartbuddy did not talk back to nobody.. merely provided a stream of continuous edumacation, and could fill the thread for hours and hours, just in case live peeps were not interested in posting.


^chart buddy when?  Roll Eyes   ~free BTCeer when?  Cool  haha
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Remember the good ol' days when this was the place to find out wtf was happening with the price?



I remember those days. Something I have wondered and I've been meaning to ask, what happened to that wall observer bot? The one that would post the depth chart every few hours? It appears to be gone completely.

RichieT did a rage quit with his Chartbuddy about 2 years ago.  He got all BIG blocker nutjobie, and at that time concluded (and still seems to hold such sentiments) that theymos was censoring his feelings too much, and he was going to take his marbles...

You or anyone else with the possible skills who wants to could program a chartbuddy, and I am sure that anyone would receive a lot of positive praise for such proactivity.. likely merits, but maybe if the bot performed well, even a few folks would donate some token amounts of BTC (no guarantees, of course)?

yea, i miss the old chart buddy,...

he was nice.

Chartbuddy did not talk back to nobody.. merely provided a stream of continuous edumacation, and could fill the thread for hours and hours, just in case live peeps were not interested in posting.


^chart buddy when?  Roll Eyes   ~free BTCeer when?  Cool  haha







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https://bitco.in/forum/threads/chartbuddy-archive-thread.1173/page-290

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June 01, 2018, 12:03:16 AM

-insert dream about becoming rich via shitcoins so he can play videogames all day-

I just got the new Steelseries Sensei 310.  I've used pretty much all mice of note released and not since the original MLT04 sensor wheel mouse optical or G402 AM010 have I ever used a more responsive, twitchier mouse (but those were inferior sampling-wise).  For anyone with cash to blow, I'd get one of these to try it:

http://www.amazon.com/SteelSeries-Sensei-Gaming-Mouse-Split-Trigger/dp/B073WGB8G6

(do not install any of the software.  Just use it straight out of the box at 800 DPI 1000 hz with OS acceleration turned off.  Installing the software always bugs out internal settings on these things and you will probably never get it to feel as good as it did straight out of the box)
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June 01, 2018, 12:08:04 AM

How old are you, if you don't mind me asking?

Jimbo was floating through space before Earth's creation. Some say he even existed before time, in a universe that was a mirror of our own.

Hey! I'm only in my 70s.*






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June 01, 2018, 12:28:39 AM

Me likes the way this guy thinks...



Here’s to not burning in hell...
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June 01, 2018, 12:29:30 AM

https://www.xe.com/currencycharts/?from=EUR&to=USD&view=1Y
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Not as entertaining as ChartBuddy, but for your monthly convenience:



Not sure why some thought the USD was superior to BTC this May. Tongue
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June 01, 2018, 12:37:14 AM

This is true. As Bitcoin continues to live on though, it will be the younger, newer generations of Average Joe that takes a chance with Bitcoin. They come into the working world with more disdain for the existing financial structure, less debt (except student loans), less skepticism of Bitcoin, less to lose and everything to gain.

Grandma and Grandpa ain't coming in droves, sorry. Grandma and Grandpa can't even afford to buy Precious Metals anymore, much less Bitcoin. Plus the MSM has mindfucked them to believe that Bitcoin is a scam.

Get the fuck out of here with your nonsense proclamation that regular Joes cannot afford bitcoin.  

They only believe that they cannot afford bitcoin, which seems to tie in with your overall point that they are being mindfucked by mainstream media.

Ultimately, you and I are likely pretty close to agreeing, and probably I am merely quibbling with the mixture of your nonsense points that are embedded into your other relatively decent points.   Tongue Tongue    Shocked

Nah, I think you are just quibbling. I still stand by what I said. With the exception of Jimbo and maybe a few other guys here over the age of 60, most I have met have zero interest in Bitcoin. They think it's a scam created by the gubmint to get everyone into their "centralized digital currency" in order to control them. They don't trust it. They trust PMs more. Plus a lot of baby boomers are just flat broke and in debt. They are spending all their money on bills and trying to enjoy life.

If you go younger, in the 40-50 yr old range, you find a lot of guys that are just flat out hostile towards Bitcoin, like it threatens their very way of life or something. You should of heard the vitriol that my (former) Accountant was spewing about Bitcoin in 2013. Thank god I didn't listen to that idiot and dumped him. Most guys in that age range I've talked to simply scoff and laugh at the notion of buying any bitcoin.

I believe that you have to go down to the under-35 crowd before you start finding many people with an open mind toward Bitcoin...
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