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Question: 8/16 Closing Price (yeah, it's a Sunday):
0 - 2 (3.9%)
<$10,500 - 3 (5.9%)
$10,500-$11,000 - 1 (2%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 5 (9.8%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 11 (21.6%)
$12,000-$12,500 - 17 (33.3%)
>$12,500 - 10 (19.6%)
>$20,000 - 2 (3.9%)
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https://twitter.com/PeterMcCormack/status/1081939307848523777

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so buckle up guys cause the code is cracked
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January 06, 2019, 08:15:17 PM

Understanding The Satoshi Codebase : Bitcoin V0.1.5

With the influx of new users to bitcoin I think it is important people understand some of the underlying code behind bitcoin in this I will highlight parts of the codebase that people might find  interesting or have heard words such as genesis block ect and are not quite sure what or where to find this in the codebase.
Wow that thread is also really good at just getting amateurs like me nearer to understanding a tiny bit.
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January 06, 2019, 08:17:11 PM

I see some nice green candles! However I won't believe for a bullrun until we a day closes with +50%.
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January 06, 2019, 08:19:07 PM

Amazing image from the dark side of the moon, accomplished by the Chinese.

No reports about alien sites which has been claimed by tin foil hatters all those years...lol.




ftfy

Didn't you know that aliens constructed those megalithic sites on Earth, not the moon.
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I was an SSD fan ...
You can thank me later Wink

? ? ?

What was your involvement? NVRAM or controller development? Civil or military?

I realize SSDs date back to the late 1980s. I'm fascinated by the early history.

I always saw storage as the main performance bottleneck in any computer system. I figured when cheap low-power-consumption high-capacity dependable solid state storage was achieved, we'd see a whole new world of portable devices.

It's not surprising that the first netbooks and then smartphones and tablets followed closely behind the development of MLC and TLC flash and controllers with improved wear leveling and garbage collection algorithms. Sure, improved battery and radio technologies helped but the mobile revolution was spurred by SSDs.

Inb4 jbreher fully dox himself: He is a fucking good mass storage engineer/developer. Would love he tells us more details if he feels like. He may have a wrong view of what is the true Bitcoin but the guy really knows his shit and has more high stakes pro level technical background that most of us here. Respect.
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January 06, 2019, 08:24:48 PM

Remember stuffing DIMMs in a PCI (pre-PCIe) card for a faster boot?

Yes. Also AT bus cards. Though they were DIPs at the time.

S-100 for the win!
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January 06, 2019, 08:25:17 PM

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The cryptoqueeen
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We need more females

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thanks, makes no difference in the count, though.
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January 06, 2019, 08:32:29 PM

https://twitter.com/CryptoCoinsNews/status/1082000344379506688

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January 06, 2019, 08:33:46 PM

Remember stuffing DIMMs in a PCI (pre-PCIe) card for a faster boot?

Yes. Also AT bus cards. Though they were DIPs at the time.

S-100 for the win!
UNIBUS, only way to go. Also had the failed unibus address register (FUBAR) which basically told the programmer they were fucked.
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January 06, 2019, 08:34:32 PM

One more haiku
Roach making noises
Best thread is getting boring
Long sideways market


Roach. Angry noises.
The Jews did Nine-Eleven.
Bitcoin really sucks.

W.O. Thread micg and company almost finishing
Mic getting hammerd
Wodka martini
+-4 red wines
Dessert whiskey or irish coffee still nerds to come
Maybe gonna look for a JEW in antwerp a religious one and give him a F***ing HUG
Still not selling any of me coins
#F***ed up saturday


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I was an SSD fan ...
You can thank me later Wink

? ? ?

What was your involvement? NVRAM or controller development? Civil or military?

I realize SSDs date back to the late 1980s. I'm fascinated by the early history.

I always saw storage as the main performance bottleneck in any computer system. I figured when cheap low-power-consumption high-capacity dependable solid state storage was achieved, we'd see a whole new world of portable devices.

It's not surprising that the first netbooks and then smartphones and tablets followed closely behind the development of MLC and TLC flash and controllers with improved wear leveling and garbage collection algorithms. Sure, improved battery and radio technologies helped but the mobile revolution was spurred by SSDs.

Inb4 jbreher fully dox himself: He is a fucking good mass storage engineer/developer. Would love he tells us more details if he feels like. He may have a wrong view of what is the true Bitcoin but the guy really knows his shit and has more high stakes pro level technical background that most of us here. Respect.

And just like that, his hard-on for big-blocks becomes entirely clear!
Man's gotta make a livin'...
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January 06, 2019, 08:37:59 PM
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Out of merits now
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I need more merits

Mmmm bones didn’t you had a double upgrade of stashes  Tongue  Tongue

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I was an SSD fan ...
You can thank me later Wink

? ? ?

What was your involvement? NVRAM or controller development? Civil or military?

I realize SSDs date back to the late 1980s. I'm fascinated by the early history.

I always saw storage as the main performance bottleneck in any computer system. I figured when cheap low-power-consumption high-capacity dependable solid state storage was achieved, we'd see a whole new world of portable devices.

It's not surprising that the first netbooks and then smartphones and tablets followed closely behind the development of MLC and TLC flash and controllers with improved wear leveling and garbage collection algorithms. Sure, improved battery and radio technologies helped but the mobile revolution was spurred by SSDs.

Inb4 jbreher fully dox himself: He is a fucking good mass storage engineer/developer. Would love he tells us more details if he feels like. He may have a wrong view of what is the true Bitcoin but the guy really knows his shit and has more high stakes pro level technical background that most of us here. Respect.

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January 06, 2019, 08:39:34 PM

Bob's penis is green,
And Jimbo's going down South.
Bullish or bearish?

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My favorites in the last bunch Smiley

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January 06, 2019, 08:39:57 PM

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I was an SSD fan ...
You can thank me later Wink

? ? ?

What was your involvement? NVRAM or controller development? Civil or military?

I realize SSDs date back to the late 1980s. I'm fascinated by the early history.

I always saw storage as the main performance bottleneck in any computer system. I figured when cheap low-power-consumption high-capacity dependable solid state storage was achieved, we'd see a whole new world of portable devices.

It's not surprising that the first netbooks and then smartphones and tablets followed closely behind the development of MLC and TLC flash and controllers with improved wear leveling and garbage collection algorithms. Sure, improved battery and radio technologies helped but the mobile revolution was spurred by SSDs.

Inb4 jbreher fully dox himself: He is a fucking good mass storage engineer/developer. Would love he tells us more details if he feels like. He may have a wrong view of what is the true Bitcoin but the guy really knows his shit and has more high stakes pro level technical background that most of us here. Respect.

To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail

I am retarded... what does that mean in this case?
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January 06, 2019, 08:42:32 PM
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I was an SSD fan ...
You can thank me later Wink

? ? ?

What was your involvement? NVRAM or controller development? Civil or military?

I realize SSDs date back to the late 1980s. I'm fascinated by the early history.

I always saw storage as the main performance bottleneck in any computer system. I figured when cheap low-power-consumption high-capacity dependable solid state storage was achieved, we'd see a whole new world of portable devices.

It's not surprising that the first netbooks and then smartphones and tablets followed closely behind the development of MLC and TLC flash and controllers with improved wear leveling and garbage collection algorithms. Sure, improved battery and radio technologies helped but the mobile revolution was spurred by SSDs.

Inb4 jbreher fully dox himself: He is a fucking good mass storage engineer/developer. Would love he tells us more details if he feels like. He may have a wrong view of what is the true Bitcoin but the guy really knows his shit and has more high stakes pro level technical background that most of us here. Respect.

To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail

I am retarded... what does that mean in this case?

Of course he believes in big blocks.  He is a mass storage engineer. To him, the solution to all (most) problems is more storage.

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Ask a lawyer how to fix Bitcoin and they will say you need to build in AML.  Ask a banker how to fix Bitcoin and they will tell you you need a central permissioning authority.  Ask an accountant and they will tell you you need an API to the IRS.  Ask a mass storage engineer and get a mass storage solution.....


Big blocks are just another form of mass storage.  
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January 06, 2019, 08:43:34 PM

Inb4 jbreher fully dox himself: He is a fucking good mass storage engineer/developer. Would love he tells us more details if he feels like. He may have a wrong view of what is the true Bitcoin but the guy really knows his shit and has more high stakes pro level technical background that most of us here. Respect.

Sorry. I had no intent at doxxing him.

I 'd already figured out he was one of the more technologically knowledgeable and experienced people here.

I was just curious about his implied involvement in SSD development.

SSDs were my biggest source of tech fascination a dozen years ago. Then I discovered Bitcoin.
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January 06, 2019, 08:47:02 PM

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I was an SSD fan ...
You can thank me later Wink

? ? ?

What was your involvement? NVRAM or controller development? Civil or military?

I realize SSDs date back to the late 1980s. I'm fascinated by the early history.

I always saw storage as the main performance bottleneck in any computer system. I figured when cheap low-power-consumption high-capacity dependable solid state storage was achieved, we'd see a whole new world of portable devices.

It's not surprising that the first netbooks and then smartphones and tablets followed closely behind the development of MLC and TLC flash and controllers with improved wear leveling and garbage collection algorithms. Sure, improved battery and radio technologies helped but the mobile revolution was spurred by SSDs.

Inb4 jbreher fully dox himself: He is a fucking good mass storage engineer/developer. Would love he tells us more details if he feels like. He may have a wrong view of what is the true Bitcoin but the guy really knows his shit and has more high stakes pro level technical background that most of us here. Respect.

To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail

I am retarded... what does that mean in this case?

Of course he believes in big blocks.  He is a mass storage engineer. To him, more storage is easy and the answer to all (most) problems. 

So we can safely ignore anything he has to say about big block forks as his opinion is massively biased by his profession. Which is fair enough.
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January 06, 2019, 08:47:48 PM

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I was an SSD fan ...
You can thank me later Wink

? ? ?

What was your involvement? NVRAM or controller development? Civil or military?

I realize SSDs date back to the late 1980s. I'm fascinated by the early history.

I always saw storage as the main performance bottleneck in any computer system. I figured when cheap low-power-consumption high-capacity dependable solid state storage was achieved, we'd see a whole new world of portable devices.

It's not surprising that the first netbooks and then smartphones and tablets followed closely behind the development of MLC and TLC flash and controllers with improved wear leveling and garbage collection algorithms. Sure, improved battery and radio technologies helped but the mobile revolution was spurred by SSDs.

Inb4 jbreher fully dox himself: He is a fucking good mass storage engineer/developer. Would love he tells us more details if he feels like. He may have a wrong view of what is the true Bitcoin but the guy really knows his shit and has more high stakes pro level technical background that most of us here. Respect.

To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail

I am retarded... what does that mean in this case?

Of course he believes in big blocks.  He is a mass storage engineer. To him, the solution to all (most) problems is more storage. Big blocks are just a form of more storage.

Ask a lawyer how to fix Bitcoin and they will say you need to build in AML.  Ask a banker how to fix Bitcoin and they will tell you you need a central permissioning authority.

Ah yeah, I have already made some subtle joke to him about Bcash and mass storage in the past....

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January 06, 2019, 08:49:19 PM

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Trolls will not be allowed to completely derail the thread.

I guess there are better things to do in the holiday season, or in winter weekends, or in weekends or weekdays or whenever, but thank you for a usually thankless job, felt more than noticed by most (including me).
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