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Question: Closing BTC Price June 17:
$0 - 2 (1.8%)
<$6,500 - 7 (6.1%)
$6,500-$6,750 - 1 (0.9%)
$6,751-$7,000 - 2 (1.8%)
$7,001-$7,250 - 3 (2.6%)
$7,251-$7,500 - 6 (5.3%)
$7,501-$7,750 - 4 (3.5%)
$7,751-$8,000 - 12 (10.5%)
$8,001-$8,250 - 13 (11.4%)
$8,251-$8,500 - 6 (5.3%)
$8,501-$8,750 - 6 (5.3%)
$8,751-$9,000 - 11 (9.6%)
$9,001,$9,250 - 10 (8.8%)
$9,251-$9,500 - 9 (7.9%)
>$9,500 - 15 (13.2%)
$20,000 - 7 (6.1%)
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July 20, 2018, 07:31:29 PM

Anything past Buu is soo not canon. We started with aliens who could blow up planets and past that point things just get real stupid real quick.
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July 20, 2018, 07:32:47 PM

There has not been any hashrate gain made by bitcoin cash this year. A slight loss.
Any prove of work coin hashrate must increase first then price can increase.
It is not acceptable to secure $1000 with a $1 lock. Invest in security first then you can have higher amounts in the save.


Thanks for making these kind of graphs, really interesting.
Booting Asics of the XMR network is great for the decentralization, not for the absolute hashrate.
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July 20, 2018, 07:46:40 PM

Nice thatched raft. Where are all those people shitting?

In the bathroom. Next to the kitchen. With fresh water and electricity.


I wasn’t referring to temperature control you dimwit: without climate control how are you managing against humidity, corrosion and mold? A dehumidifier is the exact same thing as an AC, without separating the compressor. You can’t store clothes or sensitive electronics or books there. How are you preventing salt spray from crystallizing on the solar panels?

I was just hanging out with a nice couple that is sailing around the world on their catamaran. They have a very nice setup with solar panels, all of their electronics for their Youtube channel (cameras, computers, etc.). Who uses books anymore? lol

I’ve lived for years on the equator, and sure you don’t get so many typhoons but what about the fucking annual monsoons and dry spells?

How much diesel are you using ferrying everything to and fro?

Your own environmental impact statement says it best: there remains significant risk and uncertainty. The only real mitigation you currently have is your puny ass scale of operations.

*he asks after driving his fuel burning car to his air conditioned building on his computer/Internet that is using electricity from some polluting source eating his remotely delivered processed food*

Are you currently environmentally zero or positive impact?

That's certainly not the end goal of seasteading, it's more of a side benefit of needing to wisely use resources to their maximum while being stewards of the immediately surrounding area for things like cash flow from tourism, being able to swim/dive in our own back yard, etc.

How do you deal with the earthquakes/tornadoes/volcanoes/flooding/mud slides/hurricanes/tsunamis/droughts/snow/ice storms/hail? Is your home built to deal with all natural disasters or you do something crazy like buy insurance and take precautions depending on your location?


you dimwit

And that earns you an ignore.
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Common join the threat on This link and fill in a date for the game winner earns .125 btc
Its probably the last one till years end ....
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4710399.0

Also @kurious you got iT wrong..... change youre price ..... Wink
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July 20, 2018, 07:56:28 PM

Nice thatched raft. Where are all those people shitting?

In the bathroom. Next to the kitchen. With fresh water and electricity.


I wasn’t referring to temperature control you dimwit: without climate control how are you managing against humidity, corrosion and mold? A dehumidifier is the exact same thing as an AC, without separating the compressor. You can’t store clothes or sensitive electronics or books there. How are you preventing salt spray from crystallizing on the solar panels?

I was just hanging out with a nice couple that is sailing around the world on their catamaran. They have a very nice setup with solar panels, all of their electronics for their Youtube channel (cameras, computers, etc.). Who uses books anymore? lol

I’ve lived for years on the equator, and sure you don’t get so many typhoons but what about the fucking annual monsoons and dry spells?

How much diesel are you using ferrying everything to and fro?

Your own environmental impact statement says it best: there remains significant risk and uncertainty. The only real mitigation you currently have is your puny ass scale of operations.

*he asks after driving his fuel burning car to his air conditioned building on his computer/Internet that is using electricity from some polluting source eating his remotely delivered processed food*

Are you currently environmentally zero or positive impact?

That's certainly not the end goal of seasteading, it's more of a side benefit of needing to wisely use resources to their maximum while being stewards of the immediately surrounding area for things like cash flow from tourism, being able to swim/dive in our own back yard, etc.

How do you deal with the earthquakes/tornadoes/volcanoes/flooding/mud slides/hurricanes/tsunamis/droughts/snow/ice storms/hail? Is your home built to deal with all natural disasters or you do something crazy like buy insurance and take precautions depending on your location?


you dimwit

And that earns you an ignore.
Okay but again, why not just buy a boat? I'm embarking on my grand sloshing around in a tub trip within probably 24-48 hours after getting it polished to a mirror shine, including nice new rugs in all indoor areas. Lash a few together and walla, seasteading.
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July 20, 2018, 08:11:43 PM

Okay but again, why not just buy a boat? I'm embarking on my grand sloshing around in a tub trip within probably 24-48 hours after getting it polished to a mirror shine, including nice new rugs in all indoor areas. Lash a few together and walla, seasteading.

Yeah, but can you do an ICO for your sloshing?
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July 20, 2018, 08:13:41 PM

Okay but again, why not just buy a boat? I'm embarking on my grand sloshing around in a tub trip within probably 24-48 hours after getting it polished to a mirror shine, including nice new rugs in all indoor areas. Lash a few together and walla, seasteading.

Yeah, but can you do an ICO for your sloshing?
I could but that sounds like work. Think I'll just stick to my multi thousands percentage rise.
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July 20, 2018, 08:24:23 PM

they do that since $100

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I cant emphasize how important your message is, specially for the kids.
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July 20, 2018, 08:39:21 PM

Here are some links of the most elaborate explanations about the current situation with the CBOE ETF. All of them confirm my belief that the ETF will be approved this time. How much the price will raise is another question. The majority anticipates something like $40K-80K in the following 6 months.
https://cryptoiscoming.com/bitcoin-etf-approval-could-be-huge-for-crypto/
https://nulltx.com/cboes-push-for-an-etf-is-picking-up-steam/
https://globalcoinreport.com/will-bitcoin-skyrocket-as-gold-did-after-2013-etf-approval/
https://hadeplatform.com/articles/2018/07/18/will-the-sec-finally-approve-a-bitcoin-etf-in-august
https://cryptobriefing.com/public-favor-bitcoin-etfs-sec-website/
https://coingape.com/bitcoin-analysis-sec-might-approve-bitcoin-etf/
https://cryptoslate.com/what-is-the-real-probability-of-a-bitcoin-etf/
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July 20, 2018, 08:41:30 PM

The island we are looking at is closer to the equator than Tahiti. But the reason such a storm made such news in 2010 is that they hardly ever get those here.

Do you have a website or a blog or anything about this project? I would like to stay up to date with developments.

https://www.blue-frontiers.com

They have several video blogs, telegram, Facebook, etc.

Oh, yea, I've seen this before. I just dismissed it because of the shitcoin. If it is a serious project then be careful because the shitcoin makes it look really really sketchy.

I agree, we worked every which way to not create a shitcoin. We spoke to so many lawyers, industry experts, all of the big ICO companies (Consensus, etc.), spoke with Vitalik, pulled in as much knowledge on our unique setup as we could. The difficulty being that the project is an international project that will have assets all over the world and maybe some in international waters eventually. Our team is international with 5 founders in 4 different countries, our build team in the Netherlands, staff and volunteers everywhere. We incorporated in Singapore then moved it all to Gibraltar after enough input.

In the end we tried to get a utility token as close to being a security without it being a security but we are still taking the approach that if it is classified as a security we are still covered (no Chinese or non-accredited US citizens, KYC/AML, etc.). While varyon holders aren't directly profit sharing, it's structured in such a way that when we sell platforms the value of varyon 'may' go up (trying to word that in such a way that does not say what the SEC won't let me say).

Personally I bought enough varyon so I can buy a bungalow or villa once they are created. They will also be used to pay for residency, used for voting, and paying for anything related to Blue Frontiers. While anyone is still free to accept whatever currency they want on the seastead (unless you're on the commie seastead under a dictator then you're stuck with the commie coin).
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The island we are looking at is closer to the equator than Tahiti. But the reason such a storm made such news in 2010 is that they hardly ever get those here.

Do you have a website or a blog or anything about this project? I would like to stay up to date with developments.

https://www.blue-frontiers.com

They have several video blogs, telegram, Facebook, etc.

Oh, yea, I've seen this before. I just dismissed it because of the shitcoin. If it is a serious project then be careful because the shitcoin makes it look really really sketchy.

I agree, we worked every which way to not create a shitcoin. We spoke to so many lawyers, industry experts, all of the big ICO companies (Consensus, etc.), spoke with Vitalik, pulled in as much knowledge on our unique setup as we could. The difficulty being that the project is an international project that will have assets all over the world and maybe some in international waters eventually. Our team is international with 5 founders in 4 different countries, our build team in the Netherlands, staff and volunteers everywhere. We incorporated in Singapore then moved it all to Gibraltar after enough input.

In the end we tried to get a utility token as close to being a security without it being a security but we are still taking the approach that if it is classified as a security we are still covered (no Chinese or non-accredited US citizens, KYC/AML, etc.). While varyon holders aren't directly profit sharing, it's structured in such a way that when we sell platforms the value of varyon 'may' go up (trying to word that in such a way that does not say what the SEC won't let me say).

Personally I bought enough varyon so I can buy a bungalow or villa once they are created. They will also be used to pay for residency, used for voting, and paying for anything related to Blue Frontiers. While anyone is still free to accept whatever currency they want on the seastead (unless you're on the commie seastead under a dictator then you're stuck with the commie coin).
Again, why not just buy a fucking boat. Come on, this is a legit question and everyone is awaiting your erudition.
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July 20, 2018, 08:52:17 PM

The island we are looking at is closer to the equator than Tahiti. But the reason such a storm made such news in 2010 is that they hardly ever get those here.

Do you have a website or a blog or anything about this project? I would like to stay up to date with developments.

https://www.blue-frontiers.com

They have several video blogs, telegram, Facebook, etc.

Oh, yea, I've seen this before. I just dismissed it because of the shitcoin. If it is a serious project then be careful because the shitcoin makes it look really really sketchy.
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Again, why not just buy a fucking boat. Come on, this is a legit question and everyone is awaiting your erudition.
because you need a register address for tax reasons. sounds smart if your address then is Seasteading Quadrant 0x3e 28 f5 95 a7 f9 a3 bf 5e 65 e9 42 a3 62 35 df.

EDIT: or better https://w3w.co/greyhound.unsubtle.parables
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July 20, 2018, 09:08:08 PM

Just have your residence somewhere that has no income tax.  Like the Bahamas.  You can still visit anywhere you want.
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Just have your residence somewhere that has no income tax.  Like the Bahamas.  You can still visit anywhere you want.

Bahamas is too expensive.
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July 20, 2018, 09:19:41 PM

Just have your residence somewhere that has no income tax.  Like the Bahamas.  You can still visit anywhere you want.

Bahamas is too expensive.

 The high cost keeps away the riffraff; who wants to live among us commoners?  Yeesh.


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July 20, 2018, 09:52:26 PM

Price creeping downwards. I hope 7k holds.
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July 20, 2018, 09:54:06 PM

Can someone tl;dr the post of smartassette? Im too lazy to read it.  Grin

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taxes are ok because majorities support them so fuck minorities

Seasteading sucks because he doesn't understand that in French Polynesia you don't need A/C nor heat because the temperature fluctuates from about 20C to 27C throughout the year. Plenty of sunshine for solar and plenty of rain, humidity, salt water for fresh water. Also...people already live on these islands.

People all freak out that a floating platform in a lagoon cannot exist because "problems". The people already living on the island may beg to differ with all of the reasons that they can't live there.

As for the unlikely scenario of a floating platform being able to exist in a Tahitian lagoon...this is where I spent my Sunday last weekend:


In a Tahitian lagoon


Nice thatched raft. Where are all those people shitting?

I wasn’t referring to temperature control you dimwit: without climate control how are you managing against humidity, corrosion and mold? A dehumidifier is the exact same thing as an AC, without separating the compressor. You can’t store clothes or sensitive electronics or books there. How are you preventing salt spray from crystallizing on the solar panels?

I’ve lived for years on the equator, and sure you don’t get so many typhoons but what about the fucking annual monsoons and dry spells?

How much diesel are you using ferrying everything to and fro?

Your own environmental impact statement says it best: there remains significant risk and uncertainty. The only real mitigation you currently have is your puny ass scale of operations.

Fix your attitude problem or start getting deleted, dickhead.
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Weekend dumps give me an attitude problem. Somebody stop it.
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