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Are we still poor?
Well, certainly somewhat financially challenged.
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June 26, 2018, 11:17:20 AM

Are we still poor?
Well, certainly somewhat financially challenged.

Poor.
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Nein. Challenged by the legacy klepto-institutions, banks, media and other zombies.

The value of the USD is neither here nor there.
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Nein. Challenged by the legacy klepto-institutions, banks, media and other zombies.

The value of the USD is neither here nor there.

What I just said. Still poor.
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June 26, 2018, 11:27:02 AM


Nein. Challenged by the legacy klepto-institutions, banks, media and other zombies.

The value of the USD is neither here nor there.

What I just said. Still poor.

if sold all or most of youre BTC holdings .... you can consider yourself poor otherwise right on scheme  Roll Eyes
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Nein. Challenged by the legacy klepto-institutions, banks, media and other zombies.

The value of the USD is neither here nor there.

What I just said. Still poor.

Oh well, if you put it that way.
Can we be rich in spirit though?
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ING: INTEREST IN CRYPTOCURRENCY EXPECTED TO DOUBLE (AT LEAST)

Sixty-six per cent of people in Europe say they have heard of cryptocurrency. Fewer than one in 10 (9%) own it. An additional 16 per cent say they expect to own it in future, which suggests uptake could more than double. Considering a third of those in Europe (34%) have not yet heard of cryptocurrency the growth potential could be even higher.



http://bitcoinist.com/interest-in-cryptocurrency-expected-to-double-claims-ing-study/

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Gavin Andresen - Bcash king
How many rolls did it take to make your hat?  Roll Eyes
What the hell, I'll play along. What are the actions -- or even utterances -- made by Gavin Andresen that lead you to labeling him as "Bcash king"?
https://news.bitcoin.com/gavin-andresen-drops-a-new-concept-on-github-for-bitcoin-cash/
https://twitter.com/gavinandresen/status/929377620000681984?lang=en
Bitcoin Cash is what I started working on in 2010: a store of value AND means of exchange.
Umm hmm.... umm hmmm. So one posted idea and one public statement is all it takes to become king. Got it.
Perhaps your hat needs yet another roll of tinfoil.
I am not the one on the defensive here
Why are you so irate about BCash being developed by Gavin

Most people who call other people conspiracy theorists, are the ones actually hiding something


..."Mr. Andresen doesn’t regularly post to his blog, but when he does, the Bitcoin developer community pays attention. Satoshi’s entrusted developer, who caused controversy early in Bitcoin’s existence by visiting the CIA to discuss the digital currency, had his commit access to the Bitcoin code repository stripped by Wladimir Van der Lann"...

The core developer supports a larger block size. While there are many kinks that are being worked out, he shrugged it off in a sense: “Is scaling a big deal? I actually think it's not.”


Then Andresen continued:

    "That may be what has to happen with the block size, frankly. I may just have to throw my weight around and say, 'This is the way it's going to be. And if you don't like it, find another project.'"


Really had it in for satoshi


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June 26, 2018, 11:34:12 AM

We are not done yet. Be patient.

I agree, hyperbitcoinization will rocket the price to $100m within 20 years and as early 2030 Cool

https://medium.com/coinmonks/hyperbitcoinization-winner-takes-all-69ab59f9695f

If Bitcoin (or any particular cryptocurrency) is viewed as "trendy", "fashionable", or "en vogue" then its popularity and growth won't last another decade, much less the next 50 years.
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June 26, 2018, 11:34:21 AM

I think ING is on to something here. The Big Wave has not started yet. It just takes more patience and sufficient progress in development so that adoption slowly increases, slowly but steadily.
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June 26, 2018, 11:35:31 AM


Nein. Challenged by the legacy klepto-institutions, banks, media and other zombies.

The value of the USD is neither here nor there.

What I just said. Still poor.

Oh well, if you put it that way.
Can we be rich in spirit though?

We can try... That's all we got at this point.


if sold all or most of youre BTC holdings .... you can consider yourself poor otherwise right on scheme  Roll Eyes

Well, you know, that's just like your opinion, man Wink
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June 26, 2018, 11:35:59 AM

flash: British are a nation of cucks and dullards (who could ever have predicted?)

https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-44601468
Voices of millions of UK taxpayers stored by HMRC [the taxman]
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...."So that is where we are today.

    Bitcoin BTC has been taken over by the Bilderberg Group / Blockstream, deliberately crippled by small blocks & high fees, so people will have to use the Lightning Network (which is where Bilderberg Group / Blockstream will profit). This was pushed through via brutal censorship on the #1 & #2 Bitcoin communities (rBitcoin & BitcoinTalk.org, which are both controlled by Theymos)

    Bitcoin Cash BCH continues with bigger block size limits, low fees, and the "P2P electronic cash system" vision as laid out by Satoshi Nakamoto's Bitcoin whitepaper."....


..."As Gavin & Mike were being pushed out, they tried to create the first "big block" fork of Bitcoin, called Bitcoin XT. The Blockstream / Bitcoin Core side hired a botnet operator to DDoS Bitcoin XT to death in its infancy."...


https://cryptoyum.com/discussions/how-bitcoin-btc-was-hijacked-and-why-bitcoin-cash-was-created/
Published on: May 24, 2018



Weird what you find


And where meant to believe backstabbing CIA snitch Gavin Andressen (Even has support of the;

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They drag Theymos name through the mud Angry


Current debate is between distributed (run away from this) lightning network or completely decentralized (another big blocker type attack)

Lightning Network (which is where Bilderberg Group / Blockstream will profit)

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Are we still poor?

Since most of the bear trolls achieved their goal to buy cheap, they post rarely in the last days. I can do their job now  Tongue
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June 26, 2018, 12:10:59 PM

Fun Graphic, I want to see what happens when the trains come.

https://bitcoinsubway.cash/

same old story...big ass train...nobody on it

I never understood these, they are meant to illustrate the increased throughput of BCH, but always end up driving home the fact that nobody is using it.  More embarrassing for BCH than anything.

INDEED... !!!!  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
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...."So that is where we are today.

    Bitcoin BTC has been taken over by the Bilderberg Group / Blockstream, deliberately crippled by small blocks & high fees, so people will have to use the Lightning Network (which is where Bilderberg Group / Blockstream will profit). This was pushed through via brutal censorship on the #1 & #2 Bitcoin communities (rBitcoin & BitcoinTalk.org, which are both controlled by Theymos)

    Bitcoin Cash BCH continues with bigger block size limits, low fees, and the "P2P electronic cash system" vision as laid out by Satoshi Nakamoto's Bitcoin whitepaper."....


..."As Gavin & Mike were being pushed out, they tried to create the first "big block" fork of Bitcoin, called Bitcoin XT. The Blockstream / Bitcoin Core side hired a botnet operator to DDoS Bitcoin XT to death in its infancy."...


https://cryptoyum.com/discussions/how-bitcoin-btc-was-hijacked-and-why-bitcoin-cash-was-created/
Published on: May 24, 2018



Weird what you find


And where meant to believe backstabbing CIA snitch Gavin Andressen (Even has support of the;

CIA
News
Network

in their media articles)


They drag Theymos name through the mud Angry


Current debate is between distributed (run away from this) lightning network or completely decentralized (another big blocker type attack)

Lightning Network (which is where Bilderberg Group / Blockstream will profit)



Makes one think... and a LOT... which is great ofc.. Thank you ..
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June 26, 2018, 12:36:35 PM

...."So that is where we are today.

    Bitcoin BTC has been taken over by the Bilderberg Group / Blockstream, deliberately crippled by small blocks & high fees, so people will have to use the Lightning Network (which is where Bilderberg Group / Blockstream will profit). This was pushed through via brutal censorship on the #1 & #2 Bitcoin communities (rBitcoin & BitcoinTalk.org, which are both controlled by Theymos)

    Bitcoin Cash BCH continues with bigger block size limits, low fees, and the "P2P electronic cash system" vision as laid out by Satoshi Nakamoto's Bitcoin whitepaper."....


..."As Gavin & Mike were being pushed out, they tried to create the first "big block" fork of Bitcoin, called Bitcoin XT. The Blockstream / Bitcoin Core side hired a botnet operator to DDoS Bitcoin XT to death in its infancy."...


https://cryptoyum.com/discussions/how-bitcoin-btc-was-hijacked-and-why-bitcoin-cash-was-created/
Published on: May 24, 2018



Weird what you find


And where meant to believe backstabbing CIA snitch Gavin Andressen (Even has support of the;

CIA
News
Network

in their media articles)


They drag Theymos name through the mud Angry


Current debate is between distributed (run away from this) lightning network or completely decentralized (another big blocker type attack)

Lightning Network (which is where Bilderberg Group / Blockstream will profit)




Now LN is the Illuminati?
Lol is this how far Bcash shilling can go?
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June 26, 2018, 01:01:53 PM


Nein. Challenged by the legacy klepto-institutions, banks, media and other zombies.

The value of the USD is neither here nor there.

What I just said. Still poor.

if sold all or most of youre BTC holdings .... you can consider yourself poor otherwise right on scheme  Roll Eyes

At this particular moment, if I sold all my BTC holdings, I would be at least 8x up (perhaps even a bit more) in terms of fiat value from my total amount invested over the past 4.5 years.  To me, the amount of appreciation feels pretty decent, relatively speaking, and especially compared to my other investments.  One of my best performing other investments over time is a 401k that is invested into a variety of different kinds of index funds for more than 20 years, and that fund is not even close to 8x the amount that I invested, even if I consider some of the matching funds of the employer as appreciation to me, the fund might be considered having a return around 3.5x, at best...
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June 26, 2018, 01:01:59 PM

Fun Graphic, I want to see what happens when the trains come.

https://bitcoinsubway.cash/

same old story...big ass train...nobody on it

I never understood these, they are meant to illustrate the increased throughput of BCH, but always end up driving home the fact that nobody is using it.  More embarrassing for BCH than anything.

INDEED... !!!!  Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

Oh you just wait. On the next bull run, they've set up BCash perfectly for a false flag "flippening" (just like they did with ETH and all the other shitcoins in early 2017). They'll first pump Bitcoin, then drain trade it into BCash to simulate a flippening. All the new Bitcoiners will be freaking out. The forum trolls will be flaming everywhere. FUD will be flying everywhere. But it's just the whales trying to shake the n00bs out of their newly bought Bitcoin.

Of course the old skool Bitcoiners will have seen this old, tired movie before.  Wink

"If Bitcoin didn't have fake, propped up enemies and threats to constantly generate FUD, it would have no perceived threats at all. And for the whales that just won't do."
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