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June 21, 2018, 05:32:44 AM
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I didn't type anything about Peter Todd so someone misquoted me and it was someone else's quote.  However, it's a known fact that security decreases the lower the block reward goes and the more the network relies on transaction fees instead.  It opens up more adversarial mining attacks and other problems once transaction fees are higher than the static reward, so that's probably why Peter Todd has said for a long time that bitcoin probably needs an inflationary block reward.  

It could just be a 24/7 situation of big miners trying to game each other with block withholding attacks and other nonsense until the other guy goes out of business, which would obviously monopolize it even further when it's already pretty much completely centralized in the first place.

Here's a 2016 post concerning more on that subject:

https://freedom-to-tinker.com/2016/10/21/bitcoin-is-unstable-without-the-block-reward/

The droves of technically illiterate people in this thread that think bitcoin is too big to fail and guaranteed to succeed are sorely mistaken.  The chances are high it would die out like every other PoW coin that reached end of block reward, or the hash rate might be too low to stop attacks running off transaction fees as well.
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June 21, 2018, 06:44:20 AM

By the way what is Peter Todd rambling about?? Increasing the btc supply??

Link or it didn't happen.
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By the way what is Peter Todd rambling about?? Increasing the btc supply??

Link or it didn't happen.

https://twitter.com/peterktodd/status/1005383828192616449
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June 21, 2018, 07:20:23 AM

Bearish:
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By the way what is Peter Todd rambling about?? Increasing the btc supply??

Any link to it?
Its stuff like this i'm glad alternative like bch exist. Or another fork incoming the limited edition and the unlimited one.
One thing you dont do is change rules midway through game. Dont fix something not broken.

That post by Todd is indeed slightly concerning
But considering bcash as a serious alternative is overracting.
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Yeah, it'll be stable, but it'll be stable at 0. If the reward is 10 and the current total supply (after 1 trillion blocks) is 10 trillion. (I ignore the natural loss phenomenon, but I think you were too).
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June 21, 2018, 07:35:43 AM
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Bearish:
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By the way what is Peter Todd rambling about?? Increasing the btc supply??

Any link to it?
Its stuff like this i'm glad alternative like bch exist. Or another fork incoming the limited edition and the unlimited one.
One thing you dont do is change rules midway through game. Dont fix something not broken.

That post by Todd is indeed slightly concerning
But considering bcash as a serious alternative is overracting.
Overracting no, what he says Monero and Dogecoin is the perfect coin with a fixed unlimited supply. The world move in mysterious ways.
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After May 2022 Monero changes to 0.3 XMR/min, miner reward forever and Dogecoin has already the 10000 fixed block reward since Feb 2015 forever
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June 21, 2018, 08:20:35 AM



I still can't stop thinking how hilarious it was the bulls called the bottom and popped champagne on this candle.
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June 21, 2018, 08:22:19 AM

Well, at least somebody is trying to hold "The bottom" up... . (Mic post some good pic)  Cheesy Wink

Confirmed. Bottom is being held up.




Sometimes I feel like my biggest contribution to this thread is butt pictures, but I guess that's good enough.
We are really in the bottom indeed! i like what's on the inner side loool  XD. really looking forward to see Bitcoin back again at it's 10k mark atleast.
That's interesting... I mean not only the image Tongue

How would you say that we have already reached the bottom?

Just look at the picture. No, really, after staring at it for a while, you will understand we have surely found THE bottom.
The more I look, the more I understand  Roll Eyes  Roll Eyes
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June 21, 2018, 08:43:58 AM

Yeah, well that's just like your opinion, man.





love the lebowski shit.... gotta finish my tattoo quickly , gonna see the movie one of these days again been to long already  Grin

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June 21, 2018, 09:09:56 AM

Yeah, well that's just like your opinion, man.





love the lebowski shit.... gotta finish my tattoo quickly , gonna see the movie one of these days again been to long already  Grin


big lebowski is also one of my favorite movies and it has so many scenes we can use for bitcoin memes.

the dude with his head in the toilet would be a good bottom meme.

the mexican bowling jesus could be a bcash shill.

and the list goes on.. Smiley
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I still can't stop thinking how hilarious it was the bulls called the bottom and popped champagne on this candle.



why hilarious ?? real BULLS and LONGTERM hodlers are just poppin champagne whenever they want , we are just all sitting back relaxing and be a part of the whole ride BTC is taking .....  
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Yeah, well that's just like your opinion, man.





love the lebowski shit.... gotta finish my tattoo quickly , gonna see the movie one of these days again been to long already  Grin


big lebowski is also one of my favorite movies and it has so many scenes we can use for bitcoin memes.

the dude with his head in the toilet would be a good bottom meme.

the mexican bowling jesus could be a bcash shill.

and the list goes on.. Smiley



LOL had made this one few days back  Grin
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big lebowski is also one of my favorite movies and it has so many scenes we can use for bitcoin memes.

the dude with his head in the toilet would be a good bottom meme.

the mexican bowling jesus could be a bcash shill.

and the list goes on.. Smiley



LOL had made this one few days back  Grin

nice one Smiley
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June 21, 2018, 09:33:53 AM

60 minute
https://i.imgur.com/p7oPHB8.png

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https://i.imgur.com/YdZe8kL.png

analysis here

http://blockchainshowdown.blogspot.com/2018/06/btc-usd-21st-june-2018.html
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I still can't stop thinking how hilarious it was the bulls called the bottom and popped champagne on this candle.



why hilarious ?? real BULLS and LONGTERM hodlers are just poppin champagne whenever they want , we are just all sitting back relaxing and be a part of the whole ride BTC is taking .....  

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June 21, 2018, 09:49:35 AM

https://tucsky.github.io/SignificantTrades/#

turn the sound on etc.
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June 21, 2018, 09:53:12 AM
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how can it be an analysis? a lot of lines, questions after each sentence? analysis is a sum of facts on recent data, not questions.
please, reconsider yourself or significantly upgrade your analysis, thanx.



as for me all i can see only barts, even double barts. was there ever triple bart patterns? too many of them..
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meh documented on twitter. see also trilema.com and even youtube

anyway, other well-documented attackers include Barry Silbert (New York Agreement) and Vitalik Buterin (Ethereum)

nation state attackers not yet well documented
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here we see the effects of: too much sideways price action, not enough bitcoin drama and too much marijuana on the young bitcoiners' brains


https://i.imgur.com/bdRRH2S.png

https://medium.com/@coop__soup/00000000000000000021e800c1e8df51b22c1588e5a624bea17e9faa34b2dc4a-cd4b67d446be
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Tera what would you use as an indicator to renter the market?  Or do you stay cashed out and rely on trading the remainder?
If I was to re-enter, I would re-enter when I see the train is clearly leaving the station (I dont need to pick the very bottom). In 2013 I reentered at $140 after the Silk Road bounce. In 2016 I didnt reenter because I had spent all the money I had cashed out in 2014 already. 0 Will I reenter anything I cashed out now? I'm not sure. Im already pretty satisfied with what I've left in already. I no longer need to be all in, plus there will probably be trades to make.

Altcoin trading and wierd miraculous 2 hour blocks of daytrading has saved my ass and kept me in the game all this time. I'm not sure how well my strategies will work for a conservative btc/usd investor without an x factor. But occasionally taking some money off the table is always a good idea.

Let me sum up: Terra222 enters at 0.06$ and sells at 0.07$. Later reenters at 0.6$ and sells at 0.7$. A typical hodler: buys with significant part of his savings say at  0.06$ and continues to buy on every dip. Hodlers don't care if the drop will be 40% or 80%. The only thing is to be patient and not too smart to think that you can predict the dips. Everyone can do the math: from 0.06 to 6000$ is 100 000 times! It is so funny to think how much the 'clever' traders have lost  Grin Grin Grin
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