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November 29, 2018, 07:04:46 PM

I TRUST COINBASE AND CANAAN TO LOOK AFTER MY BEST INTERESTS. YOU ARE ALL CYNICAL PLEBS

Get the fuck out of here, you fucking shill! We are not interested in your scams. Tell your masters I would pay the $200 for this:

https://www.asicminervalue.com/miners/asicminer/zeon-180k

... And I am doing you a favour.
I'll take things that are fucking stupid for $600 please.
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November 29, 2018, 07:14:51 PM

In other excellent news from my heroes at coinbase
Initially, we will support deposits from both transparent and shielded addresses, but only support withdrawals to transparent addresses. In the future, we’ll explore support for withdrawals to shielded addresses in locations where it complies with local laws.
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November 29, 2018, 07:17:48 PM

In other excellent news from my heroes at coinbase
Initially, we will support deposits from both transparent and shielded addresses, but only support withdrawals to transparent addresses. In the future, we’ll explore support for withdrawals to shielded addresses in locations where it complies with local laws.

Makes sense that they don't support withdrawals to shielded addresses (KYC/AML), not so that they do for deposits... greedy fucks!
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November 29, 2018, 07:23:05 PM

Thanks LFC.  Sometimes I just think that the pictures are pretty.

In the last couple of minutes since posting it looks like a tiny crack developing.  Worth keeping an eye on.



Edit:  things that make you go hmmmm



Hey son, we're not supposed to post bearish graphs in this thread! Stop acting childishly!
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November 29, 2018, 07:24:43 PM

After looking in more detail at the mining profitability here: https://www.asicminervalue.com/

I really can't understand how how that business is sustainable anymore. The fundamentals are complete shit right now.... an avalanche of bankruptcies coming in the next months?
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November 29, 2018, 07:29:59 PM

I haven't been active here much, but I'm still alive. I will try to at least delete the worst shitposting. Reporting particular posts to me via PM is helpful.

We had a long holiday weekend here in the states, and then my wife delivered our first baby right after. Shit's been crazy - attending to work, baby, wife, and sleeping when I get "free time".

Kisses to my grandson!
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November 29, 2018, 07:32:05 PM

Hey son, we're not supposed to post bearish graphs in this thread! Stop acting childishly!
Thought you lieked the children
I became a teen last year so not much lol, i guess i learned alot about crypto Cheesy
I'm interested in knowing more about you... Are you fourteen right now? Shocked
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Blockchain election, based on tokens (such as ERC20), can easily be managed. But the question, will the government like to have transparency in elections? They'll try to ignore blockchain elections as much as they can, because of the fear of "people getting into their own control".
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November 29, 2018, 07:33:10 PM

make much more using simplefx

Bucketshops are for idiots.  Simplefx, like every bucketshop on earth, if you bet big and win they'll just invalidate your trade entirely, walk it back, and tell you to go fuck yourself.  I've already heard stories of them doing that, not that I didn't know they would already.

Bitfinex = garbage bucketshop scam
Bitmex = garbage bucketshop scam
Simplefx = garbage bucketshop scam

As for other "to the moon" leverage sites like OKCoin, some of the clawbacks for socialized losses I've seen there are simply insane, making it pointless to even use.  You can occasionally make money at a bucketshop (I've done it), but the odds are stacked against you and they'll eventually just rob you anyway, deleting any type of gains you've made and then some.
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November 29, 2018, 07:33:39 PM

Hey son, we're not supposed to post bearish graphs in this thread! Stop acting childishly!
Thought you lieked the children
I became a teen last year so not much lol, i guess i learned alot about crypto Cheesy
I'm interested in knowing more about you... Are you fourteen right now? Shocked
Kisses to my grandson!
Blockchain election, based on tokens (such as ERC20), can easily be managed. But the question, will the government like to have transparency in elections? They'll try to ignore blockchain elections as much as they can, because of the fear of "people getting into their own control".
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Show me respect, son!
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November 29, 2018, 07:37:26 PM

After looking in more detail at the mining profitability here: https://www.asicminervalue.com/

I really can't understand how how that business is sustainable anymore. The fundamentals are complete shit right now.... an avalanche of bankruptcies coming in the next months?

I remember in 2015 people were shouting "who teh fuck mines btc while the price is $200 wtff!!!", yet here we are. There will always be miners with free, prepaid (sun/wind etc) or stolen electricity who will mine btc no matter what the price is.

If those miners don't have free/prepaid/stolen ooor very very very cheap electricity (like $0.01 cheap or even cheaper) they are in the wrong business.
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November 29, 2018, 07:39:04 PM

BTC buy support $143,608,942.

BTCABC just $2,563,529.

BTCSV? Shit Vision not supported.

https://coinmarketbook.cc/
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November 29, 2018, 07:39:20 PM

I remember in 2015 people were shouting "who teh fuck mines btc while the price is $200 wtff!!!", yet here we are. There will always be miners with free, prepaid (sun/wind etc) or stolen electricity who will mine btc no matter what the price is.

Bitcoin - backed by the Italian mafia purchasing $1000 ASICs that return -$200 profit?
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November 29, 2018, 07:50:55 PM
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Roses are red
violets are blue
roach buys fake silver
and then calls me a jew

All Germans died during WW2
Nobody knows who lives there any longer
The only thing certain is they will all be raped by noggers

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November 29, 2018, 07:53:15 PM

Roses are red
violets are blue
roach buys fake silver
and then calls me a jew

All Germans died during WW2
Nobody knows who lives there any longer
The only thing certain is they will all be raped by noggers



Fuck lefties & tolerant weirdos, I was born in the wrong fucking era.
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November 29, 2018, 08:00:25 PM

After looking in more detail at the mining profitability here: https://www.asicminervalue.com/

I really can't understand how how that business is sustainable anymore. The fundamentals are complete shit right now.... an avalanche of bankruptcies coming in the next months?

I remember in 2015 people were shouting "who teh fuck mines btc while the price is $200 wtff!!!", yet here we are. There will always be miners with free, prepaid (sun/wind etc) or stolen electricity who will mine btc no matter what the price is.

If those miners don't have free/prepaid/stolen ooor very very very cheap electricity (like $0.01 cheap or even cheaper) they are in the wrong business.

But, even if you have free electricity (which is unlikely except for a small minority) there is the cost of the hardware, the warehouse, the labor, etc..... And usually the only reason they get profit is because of the price rising... in which case you would do better just buying BTC instead.
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November 29, 2018, 08:02:16 PM

Thanks for the congrats and well wishes and such!

In other news, circumstantial evidence suggests that the Deutsche Bank raid is all about Trump.

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November 29, 2018, 08:05:35 PM

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Oh God...forgive me. Pics or it didn't happen.
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during your absence things got squiddy https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg44576018#msg44576018

ooh lost your negatives, bad boy!

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November 29, 2018, 08:13:49 PM

In other news, circumstantial evidence suggests that the Deutsche Bank raid is all about Trump.



Jerome Corsi is some type of paid Jew shill/disinformation agent like Hal Turner for anyone that didn't know.  He goes on the Alex Jones show and does nothing but praise Israel the entire time.  He's probably the biggest shabbos goyim slave on the entire planet.  He's obviously providing fake testimony with whatever he says, with evil cult of Judaism members like Chuck Schumer handing him the script.
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November 29, 2018, 08:13:55 PM

Was just watching the live tradeview on Stamp. Somebody keeps buying 4.98550BTC

Bot?

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don't believe that weird guy; he exaggerates. and twists. oh how he twists
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