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Please, shelby has more IQ then the population of the city where you live - together.

If you dont see the value in his posts i cant really help.

The multiposting was a bit annoying, but he got punished for it and it should be fine now.

Yeah, right.. you are gonna get the forum to reverse its ban decision?  Maybe presenting your ideas in meta would be better, and maybe if you had your own forum, then you could figure out how much trolling you would allow before you took some actions and whether flaunting a previous ban would be good for your forum?  Oh, that's o.k.. just let banned accounts come back and do whatever the fuck they want.     Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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little sons of bitches, to be flashed like the south korea regulator... no need to play nice with those things... just hardcore... it is sad, but it is a war... Smiley... and pow uses a lot of energy...

I agree that there may be a bit of a war going on, but your point about POW using a lot of energy makes little sense.  Do you even bitcoin, bro?
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July 13, 2018, 08:11:48 PM

Guys, yo' game, step it up yo



Can we please get some "representatives" who aren't ignorant pieces of shit?



("...says the guy with the Donald Trump avatar." I beat you lefties to it.)
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July 13, 2018, 08:14:07 PM

Coinbase is 'exploring' adding further shitcoins, which are duly pumping up.
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July 13, 2018, 08:29:56 PM

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little sons of bitches, to be flashed like the south korea regulator... no need to play nice with those things... just hardcore... it is sad, but it is a war... Smiley... and pow uses a lot of energy...

I agree that there may be a bit of a war going on, but your point about POW using a lot of energy makes little sense.  Do you even bitcoin, bro?

0 energy chips breakthrough... aka they don't waste anything in heat... all heat is waste... electron friction Smiley very cool to see... specially the silicon migration Smiley.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromigration

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Coinbase is 'exploring' adding further shitcoins, which are duly pumping up.

yeah "exploring" lol
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I actually believe that the market won't turn around and rally until XRP is in the #1spot and all other crypros are pegged to a digital asset full of utility and adoption instead of anchored to a dying coin. What good news will BTC or ETH bring besides bullish price predictions? Why would institutional investors touch ETH or BTC with a ten ft pole when they're unusable as intended? XRP/Ripple is grabbing all the news and making anthe partnerships but right now XRP is chained to BTC. My concern, why has the SEC stalled on ruling for XRP and now is catoring to the twinklenutz twin's BTC ETF? SEC clarification in XRP would be a huge first step in getting xrp to #1 as it would allow institutional investors to get in. SBI going prime time and first banks using XRapid prime time will also be major steps to #1.
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I actually believe that the market won't turn around and rally until XRP is in the #1spot and all other crypros are pegged to a digital asset full of utility and adoption instead of anchored to a dying coin. What good news will BTC or ETH bring besides bullish price predictions? Why would institutional investors touch ETH or BTC with a ten ft pole when they're unusable as intended? XRP/Ripple is grabbing all the news and making anthe partnerships but right now XRP is chained to BTC. My concern, why has the SEC stalled on ruling for XRP and now is catoring to the twinklenutz twin's BTC ETF? SEC clarification in XRP would be a huge first step in getting xrp to #1 as it would allow institutional investors to get in. SBI going prime time and first banks using XRapid prime time will also be major steps to #1.

xrp this shit closed source centralized chain? of course it can beat btc any time... it's the magic of fiat Smiley for the insiders it's the best way to accumulate btc... pump xrp, and at the top dump to buy real btc Cheesy, the true first open source uncensorable digital currency created by satoshi and all the others monkey in the v1 of this forum Smiley.
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I actually believe that the market won't turn around and rally until XRP is in the #1spot and all other crypros are pegged to a digital asset full of utility and adoption instead of anchored to a dying coin. What good news will BTC or ETH bring besides bullish price predictions? Why would institutional investors touch ETH or BTC with a ten ft pole when they're unusable as intended? XRP/Ripple is grabbing all the news and making anthe partnerships but right now XRP is chained to BTC. My concern, why has the SEC stalled on ruling for XRP and now is catoring to the twinklenutz twin's BTC ETF? SEC clarification in XRP would be a huge first step in getting xrp to #1 as it would allow institutional investors to get in. SBI going prime time and first banks using XRapid prime time will also be major steps to #1.

Pick the best feature
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2962004.msg30414543#msg30414543
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I actually believe that the market won't turn around and rally until XRP is in the #1spot and all other crypros are pegged to a digital asset full of utility and adoption instead of anchored to a dying coin. What good news will BTC or ETH bring besides bullish price predictions? Why would institutional investors touch ETH or BTC with a ten ft pole when they're unusable as intended? XRP/Ripple is grabbing all the news and making anthe partnerships but right now XRP is chained to BTC. My concern, why has the SEC stalled on ruling for XRP and now is catoring to the twinklenutz twin's BTC ETF? SEC clarification in XRP would be a huge first step in getting xrp to #1 as it would allow institutional investors to get in. SBI going prime time and first banks using XRapid prime time will also be major steps to #1.

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2962004.msg30414543#msg30414543
lol excellent thread. will try and bump from to time

https://twitter.com/coinbase/status/1017863343288115200
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Please, shelby has more IQ then the population of the city where you live - together.

If you dont see the value in his posts i cant really help.

This is a good case of how those with lower IQs are unable to differentiate their peers with higher scores. Hence why every tenth person is "a genius" according to the general public.

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The distinction between genius and mad is very thin  Grin
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What should I buy, the trezor https://amzn.to/2NdhnKE or save some money and get this keypay wallet https://amzn.to/2ulIMmQ ?
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Anyone have any idea who tmosley or Cryptopithicus Homme or any of the other guys over there who talk about crypto all the time are on this forum?



What should I buy, the trezor https://amzn.to/2NdhnKE or save some money and get this keypay wallet https://amzn.to/2ulIMmQ ?

Spring for the trezor, 100%. Or you might consider preordering the https://coldcardwallet.com/
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What should I buy, the trezor https://amzn.to/2NdhnKE or save some money and get this keypay wallet https://amzn.to/2ulIMmQ ?

I thought that trezor was kind of the gold standard, and other hardware wallets are not quite up to snuff...   Trezor also have just come out with the new version model T.

Second, I also thought that it was best to attempt to purchase any hardware wallet directly with the manufacturer, so I am not sure if going through Amazon is necessarily acceptable... a problem with some of these wallets and their being tampered with.
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What should I buy, the trezor https://amzn.to/2NdhnKE or save some money and get this keypay wallet https://amzn.to/2ulIMmQ ?


trezor.
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July 13, 2018, 10:09:45 PM

wait, doesn't the Trezor stuff you in segwit addys?
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July 13, 2018, 10:11:03 PM

oh hey they nuked shelby yet again Angry Sad , but not Shocked
i've a couple of archives of his recent oeuvre, but nothing substantial. did anyone get it all down? pm ok

Pretty sure he nukes himself.

I understand his desire not to want to rewrite the same arguments over and over again but couldn't he avoid invoking the ire of the mods by simply making a nice blog and linking to the relevant articles? It seems like that it's the re-posting of the walls of text that is pissing them off, not the fact that he is making re-posts. Re-posting the same link a few times where it is actually relevant I don't think would cause him to get in trouble. Or would it? Are they super strict about any re-posting?



wait, doesn't the Trezor stuff you in segwit addys?

No. It's 100% opt in.
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What should I buy, the trezor https://amzn.to/2NdhnKE or save some money and get this keypay wallet https://amzn.to/2ulIMmQ ?

I thought that trezor was kind of the gold standard, and other hardware wallets are not quite up to snuff...   Trezor also have just come out with the new version model T.

Second, I also thought that it was best to attempt to purchase any hardware wallet directly with the manufacturer, so I am not sure if going through Amazon is necessarily acceptable... a problem with some of these wallets and their being tampered with.

You are correct. Buying the Trezor from a third party puts you at risk. The person could somehow compromise the firmware to make the device insecure and let you be open to getting your BTC stolen. I think simply updating the firmware when you get the device should mitigate the risk. However, hackers are a tricky bunch. (I suppose Slush could do the same thing. Create a backdoor to his own device. So in the end, it is a matter of trust. The only way to be completely trustless is to create a paper wallet on an air-gapped computer. Edit: that isn't completely trustless either because you are trusting the program that helps you make the paper wallet. I guess you can just make a random private key using dice slips of paper that you wrote yourself and calculate by hand the public key and the BTC address..Cheesy)
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What should I buy, the trezor https://amzn.to/2NdhnKE or save some money and get this keypay wallet https://amzn.to/2ulIMmQ ?


trezor.

 I second that. I have a Keepkey. It's a POS device, made by a POS company, which is run by POS Bitcoin saboteur Erik Voorhees.
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