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November 19, 2018, 06:51:25 PM

I was heavily involved in trying to get Ron Paul elected in 2008 which involved keeping up to date on most things going on on Ron Paul Forums.

After the 2008 elections we moved forward with the liberty movement (which was usurped by the corporate Tea Party) and kept each other informed on various projects related to liberty and freedom. Bitcoin was mentioned early on, then mentioned more. I'd been a big gold bug and had always tried to figure out how to convert all of my money into gold while still being able to spend it. I figured if I could at least demonstrate how one person can do it, then it would allow others to do the same. Problem was that gold requires storage which costs money. Any gold credit/debit card charged a fee per use and a monthly storage fee.

When someone first mentioned bitcoin and speculated that in the future we would use a basket of currencies as our every day currencies I pushed back because I felt that gold was the answer to future currencies. But after I saw that bitcoin hit dollar parity I downloaded the wallet. It had a button you could click to start mining so I tried to mine. It crashed my computer so I was like...screw Bitcoin, this thing sucks. And went on with my life.

Then I read about the jump from $2 to $32 and I decided it was time to get in. When it came back down to $17 I cashed out my Roth IRA and bought $10k worth (as it spent 2 years slowly falling down to $2). I sold it all when it came back up to $12.

I swear to God those Teabaggers were Retards! It was hilarious when they were told what a teabagger is. I had an idiot neighbor who had the tea bags taped to his baseball cap. Hah what a tard.

On a serious note it was sad to see the corporate scum manipulate all those voters but it was obvious and it really made me lose faith in americans as a whole.


Be sure to check out the new bcash SV website http://bcashsv.com

I love the Wiki page!
Glad someone quoted this from a few days ago I had to skip a huge amount of pages.


Somewhere in here in 2008, I can't find a way to search the site it's been changed so much.

https://web.archive.org/web/20080802210827/http://www.overclock.net:80/overclock-net-folding-home-team/

Too much wasted time, done searching. Smiley



Yeah, I think a fair number of us got into it from folding, which is cool because a lot of the new rich elite are going to be fundamentally altruistic people.

Of course, along with the gamblers and drugs enthusiasts...nothing wrong with that, mind you.

That is a great thing (The Folders that got in on the ground floor), unfortunately I will never be in that category, I had a 7k electric bill at that time instead of generating BTC by some unforeseen circumstances that stopped me from switching over the machines I had planned too. On the bright side I was top 1500 in the world at one point Folding and we won the Chimp Challenge and became the number one team in the world. Of course that does not come with a payday. Cheesy

But I never was much into material things so its no biggie. Smiley

AFA the gamblers and druggies. I'd hazard a guess that only the better gamblers out of that entire pool still has any left. Smiley

HOLY FUCK, 11 Goddamn pages to catch up from Yesterday! Shit thats impossible.





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What's your opinion on this?

Unnecessarily aggressive.

And completely wrong. Which when coupled with his unnecessary aggressiveness, makes him looks even more stupid.

Like a stupid fucking cunt.



Or kont even. Wink
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November 19, 2018, 06:53:01 PM

success is not measured on the good days

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November 19, 2018, 06:55:08 PM

looks like bitcoin failed to break back above $5000 on retest at bitstamp. doesn't look good.

NEXT STOP $2500 Wink REEEEE
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I’ve watched my bitcoin stash worth go from close to 1 million GBP to well, you can figure it out from that.
Of course it hurts.....badly.

I feel stupid for not selling at the ATH but we’ve all been through this before & we rocketed from $160 to $20,000.

It will happen again?

If it doesn’t RIP to me.

I don't think now is the right time for me to shine a beacon of light, as I fear your journey will become bleaker yet, but Bitcoin has risen from the abyss before and shall do so again.




taking you guy's with me

now the price just gotta follow

Honourable mention required. Nice one Mic  Cool
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November 19, 2018, 07:00:50 PM

As it is going the CSW event has turned into an unequivacable S-storm of stupidity with most recently a block reorg underway on SV.

Here's the thing (AND TO THE NSA ETC I AM NOT SUGGESTING OR ADVOCATING ANYTHING):

He has messed with a lot of people's money.

What about the unscrupulous types with money to spend on things like hit-men?
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November 19, 2018, 07:02:48 PM

As it is going the CSW event has turned into an unequivacable S-storm of stupidity with most recently a block reorg underway on SV.

Here's the thing (AND TO THE NSA ETC I AM NOT SUGGESTING OR ADVOCATING ANYTHING):

He has messed with a lot of people's money.

What about the unscrupulous types with money to spend on things like hit-men?

I’d happily see his head on a fucking spike.
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November 19, 2018, 07:02:58 PM
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This market definitely makes me more humble each day.

Not quite sure if I should laugh or cry but I guess capitulation is supposed to feel/look like this. I mean...there is a reason why it's called "capitulation".

I refuse to think selling is a viable option now. That would be like running to the bathroom after you've shit the pants.
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November 19, 2018, 07:03:11 PM

What about the unscrupulous types with money to spend on things like hit-men?

They said the exact same about Mark Karpeles. You can join him for a convoluted coffee tonight for a nice chat.
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November 19, 2018, 07:03:30 PM

Selling pressure slowing down, we're going to get a big green candle soon™.
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November 19, 2018, 07:05:08 PM

Cryptowatch down ;(

The fear is starting to get to me.... Angry
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November 19, 2018, 07:06:46 PM

Selling pressure slowing down, we're going to get a big green candle soon™.

I am watching those candles like if it were a soccer game.
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I feel like Nero watching Rome burn.
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November 19, 2018, 07:12:37 PM

If we go below 4,8k we are going into 3k...... Embarrassed
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I smell capitulation coming
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November 19, 2018, 07:13:11 PM

I know what my Christmas present is now: cheap bitcoins.
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November 19, 2018, 07:13:57 PM

I know what my Christmas present is now: cheap bitcoins.

$1000 Bitcorns for xmas Smiley weeeee
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November 19, 2018, 07:16:17 PM

See you at 3k boys.

RIP
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November 19, 2018, 07:16:51 PM

At least CSW continues to entertain us:

https://twitter.com/el33th4xor/status/1064584221719707648

Not enough to compensate my depression right now though.
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Bitcoin Cash SV is undergoing a ~16 block re-org.

What an unbelievable shit-show.

Serves him Wright.

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