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July 23, 2018, 09:08:27 PM

It sounds reasonable that men who do not have women are likely more violent

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July 23, 2018, 09:09:03 PM

https://twitter.com/WhalePanda/status/1021477834236342274
It didn't take long... there are now multiple assassination markets live on @AugurProject. (not posting a screenshot/link for obvious reasons) $REP $ETH
...including 2 for Trump apparently


Seems to me there was an original assassination market with a bounty for Obama. For some reason this idea won't fly.
Aw go on, give it a shot. I mean a go.
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July 23, 2018, 09:09:55 PM


It was a sell wall, only flashed for few seconds. Exactly 500 BTC on a single order.

It could mean anything.... and nothing.... Just saying.

*Most of the time* walls are there to be eaten.

Well, it could be a fake out, and also a kind of ploy (signal) to show that one of the bears is not running out of coins, yet, but whether s/he/it is willing to actually dump them remains a different question.  In some context, could be a sign of desperation to attempt to figure out if there are any other bears out there who have coins and who will perform similar flashes of coins.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMDZ5Nwk3rQ
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I know - they are gayer than Mad Max meets Tina Turner, but I love them like bros
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July 23, 2018, 09:15:11 PM

It sounds reasonable that men who do not have women are likely more violent



Surely, you are quoting me out of context a bit... but what I was attempting to say is that it seems to be a reasonable claim to make that the empirical evidence would largely support that men who are not socializing with women would have a tendency to be more violent... of course, you can find examples of men who purposefully seem to employ such practices, like monks, and those monks might show a relatively low level of violence...   

Anyhow, the truth of the matter about men and violence question was not as much my point as much as was my question regarding how such topic could be made to relate to bitcoin, and/or how the evolution of bitcoin could affect such asserted dynamics, assuming that the underlying factual assertions were true.
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July 23, 2018, 09:22:07 PM

Surely, you are quoting me out of context a bit...
Maybe.

Aw go on, give it a shot. I mean a go.
Maybe. Let me consult my list... I mean, no. That's crazy talk!
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July 23, 2018, 09:32:41 PM

Lots of noise but not a huge amount of action.  We are still stuck very firmly behind the resistance lines. 



Interesting the yellow resistance line, which is a long standing support line before flipping to resistance, may be flipping to support again.  Which would be quite bullish to have an upward sloping support line. 

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Of course they are.  Al Quaeda and ISIS are predominantly made up of Muslim incels.  There's very little difference between your average Daily Stormer and Muslim extremist.  Loser males who can't get mates are violent and dangerous.  That's what makes the current Chinese demographics so dangerous for the Chinese Communist Party. 
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July 23, 2018, 09:47:28 PM

Just saw AGAIN the Carlos matos bitconeeeeect.... how funny was that Guy  Roll Eyes  Grin
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I never hear about British or Australian incels run amok. I wonder if your proximity to Thailand acts as a release valve, of sorts. Tongue
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July 23, 2018, 09:56:34 PM

I never here about British or Australian incels run amok. I wonder if your proximity to Thailand acts as a release valve, of sorts. Tongue
Well maybe give it time.
But we do both have sheep in vast numbers...so why bother flying anywhere?
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July 23, 2018, 10:02:24 PM

There’s nothing finer than Swedish girls run amok and treating Ios as their release valve.
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July 23, 2018, 10:03:10 PM

I spent the week going back through all of my btc-e transactions, the delivered coins that they sent me with e-mail confirmation. I got a screenshot of my wallet with the transaction plus signed a message with each currency they sent me.

Sent it all to the customer service folks at WEX. Received an e-mail that they were looking into it. It's only been a year.

Hopefully I can log in and pull off my NMC and be done with it. Maybe contribute to some NMC development.

WEX seems to be continuing to have "run on the bank" type issues, and hopefully they can get past all of this without some kind of exit scam, that becomes more and more tempting if users continue to exit and seem to discredit the service too, which does not inspire new users to help to sustain the business through these kinds of (low credibility) times.  They also might have an incentive not to resolve your issue, any time soon, if they continue to have the more pressing "run on the bank" type issue(s).
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July 23, 2018, 10:06:19 PM

Just saw AGAIN the Carlos matos bitconeeeeect.... how funny was that Guy  Roll Eyes  Grin
funny but scammy. anyway he's still about https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D14e-ZyhDa4 Day 6 Of My 40 Day Water Fasting Journey
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July 23, 2018, 10:09:14 PM

I spent the week going back through all of my btc-e transactions, the delivered coins that they sent me with e-mail confirmation. I got a screenshot of my wallet with the transaction plus signed a message with each currency they sent me.

Sent it all to the customer service folks at WEX. Received an e-mail that they were looking into it. It's only been a year.

Hopefully I can log in and pull off my NMC and be done with it. Maybe contribute to some NMC development.

Deposits working flawless Withdrawals disabled, sound familiar?
This Bear season is officially finished when the news hit the oldest exchange is lost once again.


Anyway on the positive development since  bitcoin asic's arrived (January 2013) hashrate grew much faster then price.



From where does this graph come?   It looks pretty interesting to juxtapose hashrate and BTC price, and probably there are other sites that compile similar data and show similar trend lines.
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July 23, 2018, 10:13:35 PM

Syscoin Going crazy again ?  Shocked  Roll Eyes
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July 23, 2018, 10:17:12 PM

Syscoin Going crazy again ?  Shocked  Roll Eyes

Most alts are being bled to death. This is usually a bad sign.
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Syscoin Going crazy again ?  Shocked  Roll Eyes

Most alts are being bled to death. This is usually a bad sign.
Syscoin to 96btc again? Roll Eyes

Which exchange will it show up for its amount now?
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July 23, 2018, 10:42:17 PM


https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-22/eu-parliament-study-central-bank-digital-currencies-will-reshape-competition-crypto

Private digital currencies are defined separately from central bank-issued digital currencies (CBDC), noting that the CBDCs differ by being based on a “conventional bilateral settlement with a trusted central party.”

A perhaps strange part of this article is that there is a presumption that bringing centralization to the table, will bring credibility to the crypto space - and the fact of the matter is that the main feature (rather than a bug) remains that bitcoin brings a lack of centralization, and therefore a lack of centralization is bitcoin's strength, rather than weakness.  Anyhow, some folks are likely to fall for this poor and diverted framing of the "problem" with crypto and to buy into centralized coins rather than into bitcoin, which will allow bitcoin's price to remain an actual good value, but only to those folks who really recognize the significant paradigm changing differentiating point of bitcoin.
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