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October 31, 2018, 07:08:43 PM

Do and of you guys margin trade shitcoins? If so what exchange have you guys been trading on? I need something to do during down time at work.


PS. The forum is fuck as hell this morning for posting.

Why don't you take such alt coin trading topic to another forum thread?  There are a lot of forum threads about that off topic, topic. 
Are you serious? The topic in here is the wall price yet we openly talk about hats, Englands fucking political movements and spamming Theymos to get back into hacked accounts. What are you on about with off topic? It was at least crypto related.

^^^Kingcolex has a point. Smiley
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October 31, 2018, 07:18:21 PM

https://medium.com/@zackvoell/sorry-bitcoin-is-still-anarchist-3e995d2fbbf1
In ten years, Bitcoin has matured from a tinker toy for cypherpunks into a global financial network that services dictators, democrats, revolutionaries, the alt-right, disadvantaged entrepreneurs and financial industry titans. Bitcoin’s user-identity agnosticism leads some pundits to mistakenly conclude that Bitcoin has evolved into an apolitical and domesticated technology such that its anarchist origins are relevant only as historical context for IBM’s tomato tracker.

These enduring misconceptions deserve a brief rebuttal with the hope of preventing other users from interfacing with a technology they misunderstand. Bitcoin is aggressively anarchist, un-domesticable and always will be. (Note: I’m not an anarchist.)
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October 31, 2018, 07:29:06 PM

Fun fact if you're buying a house in the US you can't use legally obtained cash sourced from a Bitcoin exchange. None of the lenders have systems in place to accept it as a source of funds. Make sure you have had the cash funds 75 days prior to this. I know have to resource funds to close a house and am struggling.

Dont buy a house on chinese territory?
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October 31, 2018, 07:30:26 PM

Fun fact if you're buying a house in the US you can't use legally obtained cash sourced from a Bitcoin exchange. None of the lenders have systems in place to accept it as a source of funds. Make sure you have had the cash funds 75 days prior to this. I know have to resource funds to close a house and am struggling.

Hmm. I musta got in under the wire. Closed late Jan of this year. Coinbase through Megabank through Regional Bank to title company. No worries.
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October 31, 2018, 07:44:13 PM
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Soo......

Anyone here looking at Tim Berners-Lee's Solid project?

Upon early exposure, I am intrigued enough to consider sinking some time into studying it.

Teaser: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/an-introduction-to-solid-tim-berners-lees-new-re-decentralized-web-25d6b78c523b


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Soo......

Anyone here looking at Tim Berners-Lee's Solid project?

Upon early exposure, I am intrigued enough to consider sinking some time into studying it.

Teaser: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/an-introduction-to-solid-tim-berners-lees-new-re-decentralized-web-25d6b78c523b


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afaics involves trusting people who aren't in my wot, so no thanks. But still fascinating. pl prove me wrong?
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Soo......

Anyone here looking at Tim Berners-Lee's Solid project?

Upon early exposure, I am intrigued enough to consider sinking some time into studying it.

Teaser: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/an-introduction-to-solid-tim-berners-lees-new-re-decentralized-web-25d6b78c523b


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Decentralizing the web is going to become necessary. The only way to take power from maoist busybodies is to take it from them.
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October 31, 2018, 08:18:59 PM

Maybe you should get a van

BTW, I was joking about being a sexual offender. I don't know if I made that clear. Tongue
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October 31, 2018, 08:52:43 PM

Soo......

Anyone here looking at Tim Berners-Lee's Solid project?

Upon early exposure, I am intrigued enough to consider sinking some time into studying it.

Teaser: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/an-introduction-to-solid-tim-berners-lees-new-re-decentralized-web-25d6b78c523b


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afaics involves trusting people who aren't in my wot, so no thanks. But still fascinating. pl prove me wrong?

Can't prove you wrong at this point. Don't know the architecture of said 'pod' as of yet. But if the 'pod' (a personal repository of data) is fully in the control of the owning individual, then who cares what other elements require trust? Given the assumption that there be fine-grained access controls -- secured by crypto -- over each data element on a per-interactor (i.e., authenticated user or authenticated function) basis, that oughta be good enough, right? Or at least a step forward. Granted, that assumption is based upon hopium, as I've not yet delved into the details. But perhaps plausible?

Tim's most visible project didn't exactly suck...
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Soo......

Anyone here looking at Tim Berners-Lee's Solid project?

Upon early exposure, I am intrigued enough to consider sinking some time into studying it.

Teaser: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/an-introduction-to-solid-tim-berners-lees-new-re-decentralized-web-25d6b78c523b


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afaics involves trusting people who aren't in my wot, so no thanks. But still fascinating. pl prove me wrong?

Can't prove you wrong at this point. Don't know the architecture of said 'pod' as of yet. But if the 'pod' (a personal repository of data) is fully in the control of the owning individual, then who cares what other elements require trust? Given the assumption that there be fine-grained access controls -- secured by crypto -- over each data element on a per-interactor (i.e., authenticated user or authenticated function) basis, that oughta be good enough, right? Or at least a step forward. Granted, that assumption is based upon hopium, as I've not yet delved into the details. But perhaps plausible?

Tim's most visible project didn't exactly suck...
you're too kind with your assumptions.
for now, try and get a pod, you have to enter passwords on some js infested web page
try and run a server yourself, "The primary implementation offered of Solid is written in Javascript based on Node.js." https://solid.inrupt.com/docs/installing-running-nss . I dunno, not impressed so far.
also, html is le suck Tongue
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October 31, 2018, 09:42:22 PM

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October 31, 2018, 10:13:15 PM

^ lfc ?fell off list?

no MAN he can't wear it and i just gonna try to put in the ones that will be used .......
so more gonna fall off
maybe on the 12th you gonna be on it for a month Grin


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October 31, 2018, 10:22:31 PM

Do and of you guys margin trade shitcoins? If so what exchange have you guys been trading on? I need something to do during down time at work.


PS. The forum is fuck as hell this morning for posting.

Why don't you take such alt coin trading topic to another forum thread?  There are a lot of forum threads about that off topic, topic. 
Are you serious? The topic in here is the wall price yet we openly talk about hats, Englands fucking political movements and spamming Theymos to get back into hacked accounts. What are you on about with off topic? It was at least crypto related.

^^^Kingcolex has a point. Smiley

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October 31, 2018, 10:24:08 PM

Soo......

Anyone here looking at Tim Berners-Lee's Solid project?

Upon early exposure, I am intrigued enough to consider sinking some time into studying it.

Teaser: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/an-introduction-to-solid-tim-berners-lees-new-re-decentralized-web-25d6b78c523b


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afaics involves trusting people who aren't in my wot, so no thanks. But still fascinating. pl prove me wrong?

Can't prove you wrong at this point. Don't know the architecture of said 'pod' as of yet. But if the 'pod' (a personal repository of data) is fully in the control of the owning individual, then who cares what other elements require trust? Given the assumption that there be fine-grained access controls -- secured by crypto -- over each data element on a per-interactor (i.e., authenticated user or authenticated function) basis, that oughta be good enough, right? Or at least a step forward. Granted, that assumption is based upon hopium, as I've not yet delved into the details. But perhaps plausible?

Tim's most visible project didn't exactly suck...
you're too kind with your assumptions.

Well, it's not like I risked anything based upon such assumption. It is a hypothesis to be tested when I get the time to explore.

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for now, try and get a pod, you have to enter passwords on some js infested web page

So unlike 99% of all other internet based activity, amirite?

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By composing such licentious poems, and adding to them words as licentious, they have inspired the multitude with lawlessness and boldness.

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October 31, 2018, 10:33:52 PM

https://medium.com/@zackvoell/sorry-bitcoin-is-still-anarchist-3e995d2fbbf1
In ten years, Bitcoin has matured from a tinker toy for cypherpunks into a global financial network that services dictators, democrats, revolutionaries, the alt-right, disadvantaged entrepreneurs and financial industry titans. Bitcoin’s user-identity agnosticism leads some pundits to mistakenly conclude that Bitcoin has evolved into an apolitical and domesticated technology such that its anarchist origins are relevant only as historical context for IBM’s tomato tracker.

These enduring misconceptions deserve a brief rebuttal with the hope of preventing other users from interfacing with a technology they misunderstand. Bitcoin is aggressively anarchist, un-domesticable and always will be. (Note: I’m not an anarchist.)


Various kinds of misconceptions like these, which includes the domestication of bitcoin is going to continue to exist for a long time, perhaps a good 10-20 years, and we are going to find out the extent mainstream systems are going to attempt to put up a BIGGER fight.. or just kind of slowly evolve into more compliance with bitcoin - which they will ultimately lose, even though it could take 50 years or more to play out.
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October 31, 2018, 10:35:09 PM

I see we are talking about politics! Would you like to know more? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVpYvV0O7uI
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