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Question: Closing BTC Price June 17:
$0 - 2 (1.8%)
<$6,500 - 7 (6.3%)
$6,500-$6,750 - 1 (0.9%)
$6,751-$7,000 - 2 (1.8%)
$7,001-$7,250 - 3 (2.7%)
$7,251-$7,500 - 6 (5.4%)
$7,501-$7,750 - 4 (3.6%)
$7,751-$8,000 - 12 (10.8%)
$8,001-$8,250 - 13 (11.7%)
$8,251-$8,500 - 6 (5.4%)
$8,501-$8,750 - 6 (5.4%)
$8,751-$9,000 - 11 (9.9%)
$9,001,$9,250 - 10 (9%)
$9,251-$9,500 - 7 (6.3%)
>$9,500 - 14 (12.6%)
$20,000 - 7 (6.3%)
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August 06, 2018, 10:58:58 PM

How about never using sms as 2FA.
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August 06, 2018, 11:10:26 PM

How about never using sms as 2FA.

I think that not using sms is more possible now, but there are some services that still lag in that regard. Of course, google authenticator and authy provide additional protection, but there is also an issue if you have an account, and you don't set any of that up, then a hacker who gets into your account could set such security up in your name.  So the solution is not completely simple, and hackers are both sophisticated and more specialized, these days, because bitcoin (and other cryptos) brings a certain amount of getting away with it value (difficult to trace and not reversible once successful).  

In other words, sometimes you might not recognize some certain security holes that you might have until they get exploited... and it is kind of fucked, too, if you have a lot of passwords and devices and you end up losing your device and/or access and have to verify yourself to get reset on the systems.  There's no easy solution and personal security in cryptolandia (we talking about bitcoin, right?) remains an evolving target.
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There's no easy solution and personal security in cryptolandia (we talking about bitcoin, right?) remains an evolving target.

Even printers are now a vector to attack your computer through. HP is releasing firmware patches for vulnerabilities in its printers.


https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/08/03/hp_printer_malware/
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August 06, 2018, 11:26:21 PM

When there is that party Somewhere @ 2022-ish @ a TOP-secret (only for coiners/WO members) location i would absolutly BE in to Co-organize the first multi trilion dollar entity party
Some small point like
-only 3* chefs
- luxury island
-private pick up
....... finest booze with No end etc.....

Noble task. You may want to speak with 600watt before you commit.
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August 06, 2018, 11:28:20 PM

When there is that party Somewhere @ 2022-ish @ a TOP-secret (only for coiners/WO members) location i would absolutly BE in to Co-organize the first multi trilion dollar entity party
Some small point like
-only 3* chefs
- luxury island
-private pick up
....... finest booze with No end etc.....

Noble task. You may want to speak with 600watt before you commit.

maybe add a little temple with underground tunnels and a burn pit to dispose the bodies of the underage sex slaves?
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Nope.  Some people here are reasonably well-read, old chap.  Not enough for a decent WO book club, mind.
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August 06, 2018, 11:41:50 PM

Interesting observation from Yuval Noah Harari, found within a treatise on society's long-standing relationship with Fake News:

"You might argue that, at least in some cases, it is possible to organise people effectively through consensual agreements rather than through fictions and myths. Thus in the economic sphere, money and corporations bind people together far more effectively than any god or holy book, even though everyone knows that they are just a human convention. In the case of a holy book, a true believer would say “I believe that the book is sacred” while, in the case of the dollar, a true believer would say only that “I believe that other people believe that the dollar is valuable”. It is obvious that the dollar is just a human creation, yet people all over the world respect it. If so, why can’t humans abandon all myths and fictions, and organise themselves on the basis of consensual conventions such as the dollar?

Such conventions, however, are not clearly distinct from fiction. The difference between holy books and money, for example, is far smaller than it may seem at first sight. When most people see a dollar bill, they forget that it is just a human convention. As they see the green piece of paper with the picture of the dead white man, they see it as something valuable in and of itself. Hence in practice there is no strict division between knowing that something is just a human convention and believing that something is inherently valuable. In many cases, people are ambiguous or forgetful about this division."

https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2018/aug/05/yuval-noah-harari-extract-fake-news-sapiens-homo-deus

Read Sapiens, it's damn good and a brilliant treatise on the history of mankind and the concept of myths.  Deus, the follow-up is pretty good too.  Just don't tell Roach, he won't approve.
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August 06, 2018, 11:42:38 PM



Nope.  Some people here are reasonably well-read, old chap.  Not enough for a decent WO book club, mind.

no they all left, mostly paid pedo shills covering for the crime of the american oligarchs and a few bag holders... anyway, do what you want with your fiat or energyintensive ledger entries...

have fun folks.
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August 06, 2018, 11:52:28 PM

There's no easy solution and personal security in cryptolandia (we talking about bitcoin, right?) remains an evolving target.

Even printers are now a vector to attack your computer through. HP is releasing firmware patches for vulnerabilities in its printers.


https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/08/03/hp_printer_malware/

Old news.

My printer has only ever been connected to PCs without internet access and then only through an actual cable. If there's no ethernet cable and no wifi card there's no way to get in.

People get lazy and complacent and leave themselves vulnerable. Everything about paper wallets being the most secure form of cold storage goes out the window if you're careless about leaving images of private keys lying about.

I think print-spooler buffers have been a target for years.
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For certain purposes it's necessary to determine the logical cross-bearings of the concepts which we take for granted. But honestly, is there a single not obvious thing in here. You really thought I needed a reintroduction to basic financial literacy by way of cringe-y homespun wisdoms?

Now I'm even more morose!

Aww, don't go down that road. It's closed anyway.



You do find pics of some rather fetching looking ladies, V8.
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August 07, 2018, 12:06:53 AM

There's no easy solution and personal security in cryptolandia (we talking about bitcoin, right?) remains an evolving target.

Even printers are now a vector to attack your computer through. HP is releasing firmware patches for vulnerabilities in its printers.


https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/08/03/hp_printer_malware/

Old news.

My printer has only ever been connected to PCs without internet access and then only through an actual cable. If there's no ethernet cable and no wifi card there's no way to get in.

People get lazy and complacent and leave themselves vulnerable. Everything about paper wallets being the most secure form of cold storage goes out the window if you're careless about leaving images of private keys lying about.

I think print-spooler buffers have been a target for years.

I used to get root through the printer port on an old Sun system in college. su - sp1 (or something like that). So easy.
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August 07, 2018, 12:41:58 AM

You do find pics of some rather fetching looking ladies, V8.

Yeah. I'd probably switch teams if she became available.

Very fine specimen.
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August 07, 2018, 01:10:15 AM

Opportunity cost, maybe the car enabled further earnings and its ok :p   but yea depreciating asset, I dont see how the 2003 taurus required every penny

Current action holds the 50 day average still, not sure if thats the reason as some trader refers to 'waves' and support here in other frames of reference.    I see a channel top here however this is just short term/this month



If it breaks out it shouldnt stop at 7320 but thats the first rest
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August 07, 2018, 01:10:47 AM

For certain purposes it's necessary to determine the logical cross-bearings of the concepts which we take for granted. But honestly, is there a single not obvious thing in here. You really thought I needed a reintroduction to basic financial literacy by way of cringe-y homespun wisdoms?

Now I'm even more morose!

Aww, don't go down that road. It's closed anyway.



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What a stupid post, Ya and that theoretical guy could of ended up dead if he kept his bitcoins from a tragic accident or have been murdered.  It's the butterfly effect , you can't just play these stupid hypotheticals and assume the best possible outcome.
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What a stupid post, Ya and that theoretical guy could of ended up dead if he kept his bitcoins from a tragic accident or have been murdered.  It's the butterfly effect , you can't just play these stupid hypotheticals and assume the best possible outcome.

recognize yourself?  Cheesy
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For certain purposes it's necessary to determine the logical cross-bearings of the concepts which we take for granted. But honestly, is there a single not obvious thing in here. You really thought I needed a reintroduction to basic financial literacy by way of cringe-y homespun wisdoms?

Now I'm even more morose!

Aww, don't go down that road. It's closed anyway.



You do find pics of some rather fetching looking ladies, V8.
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has to be former 'pole dancer' hopefully the picture was taken by her 'bitcoin sugar daddy'

(she'd cheat on me all over the place...not sure I'd care...quite the arm candy this one) Smiley

alas, not enough BTC or BTC does not have enough price yet....grrrrrrr.......

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For certain purposes it's necessary to determine the logical cross-bearings of the concepts which we take for granted. But honestly, is there a single not obvious thing in here. You really thought I needed a reintroduction to basic financial literacy by way of cringe-y homespun wisdoms?

Now I'm even more morose!

Aww, don't go down that road. It's closed anyway.



You do find pics of some rather fetching looking ladies, V8.
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has to be former 'pole dancer' hopefully the picture was taken by her 'bitcoin sugar daddy'

(she'd cheat on me all over the place...not sure I'd care...quite the arm candy this one) Smiley

alas, not enough BTC or BTC does not have enough price yet....grrrrrrr.......



That girl is a 6/10 at most,.
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For certain purposes it's necessary to determine the logical cross-bearings of the concepts which we take for granted. But honestly, is there a single not obvious thing in here. You really thought I needed a reintroduction to basic financial literacy by way of cringe-y homespun wisdoms?

Now I'm even more morose!

Aww, don't go down that road. It's closed anyway.



You do find pics of some rather fetching looking ladies, V8.
'

has to be former 'pole dancer' hopefully the picture was taken by her 'bitcoin sugar daddy'

(she'd cheat on me all over the place...not sure I'd care...quite the arm candy this one) Smiley

alas, not enough BTC or BTC does not have enough price yet....grrrrrrr.......



 Just buy the shades - they're on sale - 50% off.  You put those on any woman and she's gonna look just like this one... I mean that's how it works right?

https://sickysworld.com/products/s6-ivory-tortoise  <---only $125
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