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October 09, 2018, 06:51:28 AM
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goddamn...I never connected the dots

well this dude did....

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Mmmm in that case.... there are many doth’s too connect  Roll Eyes
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October 09, 2018, 06:55:26 AM

99% that almost anything under this line is a scam that will ending @ zero in the next 5 years ?? ??  Roll Eyes




I would take that bet.  I agree that 99% are scams, but they are not too likely to go to zero in the coming 20 to 50 years because there are a lot of suckers out there.. and currently, there does not seem to be any kind of force to really take down the scams - neither governmental nor private words of wisdom.  In other words, various shit coins and snake oils are likely to be pumped and dumped for a long time before the gravitation of value into bitcoin becomes obvious, perhaps when bitcoin is in the $10million per coin price arena?  or higher? hahahaha

5 years is too fast, NEW coins-scams keep on coming still as well , but its just Nice too say , making a small point of just saying 99% garbage ..... Roll Eyes
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October 09, 2018, 07:10:32 AM



ETHEREUM 2!

https://ambcrypto.com/ethereum-eth-co-founder-outlines-the-developments-in-ethereum-2-0/
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October 09, 2018, 07:41:06 AM

Nice Lambo in Sydney



I know that it's McLaren 570S

Nice Lambo from the britts  Grin

I would prefer this McLaren:



I'd take this, when they used to be fast:



Yeeeaaaaahhhhh, with the right driver! If you wanna win, employ a finn  Grin Cool Roll Eyes Kiss

Those last two are not going to work too well if you need to pick up some groceries or if you are going on a picnic with the little doggie (approximately micpeep size), gf and a few items of food and drinks.

I'd have a cheap Fiat (or a nice Mercedes) around, which I'd use to get the milk and bread from the store with my girlfriend. Fiat is basically Ferrari anyways and would fit together with the McLaren  Grin Grin
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October 09, 2018, 08:11:35 AM


Why do we, WO thread readers, give a ratt's ass about that ethereum article?

How does it relate to bitcoin walls?

Can you at least attempt to make some kind of connection to bitcoin walls in order to NOT be so irritating?
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October 09, 2018, 09:06:39 AM
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I learned machine language 6502 on the Vic20 and later got the commodore64 which was 6510... I started on a Timex/ Sinclair ZX81.  Used to stay up all night programming.
Ah the good old days.


Your old, Ti-994a here. Spent months to make a sprite that walked across the screen. Smiley

I pioneered the JNR - jump never return whilst at university working with machine code

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Why do we, WO thread readers, give a ratt's ass about that ethereum article?

How does it relate to bitcoin walls?

Can you at least attempt to make some kind of connection to bitcoin walls in order to NOT be so irritating?

Bumbasses gonna bumbass...
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October 09, 2018, 09:27:42 AM

wasnt it a 6510 in the VIC20. it had added some dedicated i/o pins vs the 6502 or something IIRC.

or maybe that was just the C64.. i had both.

fun times but i got more into the TRS-80 line with CP/M and such after.
The 6510 was in the C64. I remember doing a fair bit of assembly and FORTH on the Vic-20, it could do a good bit with what you had. First computer was a TRS80 Model 1 Level 1. I still remember the game "Termites" followed by the game "Introduction to programming".

Wonder about first computers for people here.


i think a nintendo or something..... but my first computer i really use ... is from when i got my first BTC's so as you see and know i come from very very VERY far and still have an extreme far way to go when it comes to computers  Roll Eyes

but i got good guy's around me last years  Grin
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October 09, 2018, 09:40:39 AM

HAHA dinner with candles , i think many have experience this kind of dinner/meals.



lmao  Cheesy
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October 09, 2018, 10:41:42 AM

hopefully i have a good session today .... gonna play to increase BTC-stashes fingers crossed for NO horror outcomes.....
losing BTC is way more stressfull/awful,  than seeing the price go down, with other words when we DIP i still feel OK cause of longterm perspective, but when losing then they are really GONE ........ so fingers crossing and hoping to increase...  Grin


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October 09, 2018, 10:50:53 AM

hopefully i have a good session today .... gonna play to increase BTC-stashes fingers crossed for NO horror outcomes.....
losing BTC is way more stressfull/awful,  than seeing the price go down, with other words when we DIP i still feel OK cause of longterm perspective, but when losing then they are really GONE ........ so fingers crossing and hoping to increase...  Grin

In case you like scary things  Grin Hope you have good trades today pal

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October 09, 2018, 11:13:06 AM

10 Minutes chart everybody!
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October 09, 2018, 12:47:58 PM

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Y U do dis 2 me ?  Sad

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October 09, 2018, 12:52:00 PM

"Only cryptocurrencies may lose 90% of their values.. "

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 Cool

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October 09, 2018, 02:59:58 PM
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Recently, I've noticed a small but perhaps significant sentiment change. Bitmex bitcoin futures are now priced above the swap (which mimics and tracks spot index price). They've been under it for over a month up to approximately last Friday. Bullish (short term and mildly).
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October 09, 2018, 03:18:15 PM

Well. Drinking is back on the menu, men.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-10-09/bitcoin-on-the-brink-of-an-implosion-researcher-juniper-says

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Crypto Industry on ‘Brink of an Implosion,’ Researcher Says
By Olga Kharif
October 9, 2018, 9:25 AM CDT

Echoing sentiments of mainstream economists, Juniper Research is warning that many of the metrics in the cryptocurrency world are pointing to a market implosion.

Industry bellwether Bitcoin had seen its daily transaction volumes fall from an average of around 360,000 a day in late 2017 to just 230,000 in September 2018. Meanwhile, daily transaction values were down from more than $3.7 billion to less than $670 million in the same period, Juniper said in the study, The Future of Cryptocurrency: Bitcoin & Altcoin Trends & Challenges 2018-2023.


The market as a whole has contracted quickly as well. In the first quarter, cryptocurrency transactions totaled just over $1.4 trillion, compared with less than $1.7 trillion for 2017 as a whole, Juniper said. However, by the second quarter, transaction values had plummeted by 75 percent, with total market capitalization falling to just under $355 billion.

"Based on activity during the first half of Q3, Juniper estimates a further 47 percent quarter-on-quarter drop in transaction values in that quarter," the researcher said in an accompanying white paper.

The market failed to rally even amid strained China-U.S. trade relations and Brexit-related troubles, the researchers noted -- prime conditions for proving cryptocurrencies’ advantage as an alternative to the traditional financial system.

"In short, given our concerns around both the innate valuation of Bitcoin, and of the operating practices of many exchanges, we feel that the industry is on the brink of an implosion," Juniper said.
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October 09, 2018, 03:36:54 PM

Do they know about segwit transactions? :-)
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Do they know about segwit transactions? :-)

Maybe they don't even know about the forks/airdrops that forced everyone to move ALL their coins to claim them nor many other factors that were happening during that time (spam, ridiculous FOMO, etc).... Or they do and they just don't care because the only thing that matters is the dramatic headline.
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