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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
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January 07, 2019, 06:58:05 PM


Non-story, as Tim Sweeny admitted himself.

It was one of their payment processors "trying something out".
It's a great story.
Monero afficionados had five days in the sun.
Then reality hit them in the face like a bottle of Barolo

Haha, good one. I was at casino being a donkey and missed it mostly, too bad would be funny that a childs game would give a shit about privacy.
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Last edit: January 07, 2019, 07:13:37 PM by Hueristic

OK, you win if you can get one Core Dev to agree with your assertion that a second layer solution is as secure as a first layer solution.

Ok if you are going to debate with me, you need to stop putting words in my mouth or twisting what I type. I never fucking said this, anywhere. I said that Bitcoin can still become the dominate crypto and service the whole world without a first layer privacy solution.

Go back and reread our exchange I made that exact reply as to why edge cases are not covered in which you attacked my post and now you say you never said that. Well arguing that I was wrong when I said that is the same as saying it is not true.


OK, I have grabbed the post and added it here.

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For instance privacy as a second layer will never compete with a first layer solution period, go ahead and ask any expert you want.
Clarify/quantify 'never compete'? Bitcoin is competing the hell out of all the other shitcoins, and winning like a boss. Its utility, security, and universal adoption is miles ahead of anything else.

The vast majority of Bitcoin users feel the privacy issue is a non-argument. All of your online devices are insecure, your data you freely give over to OS creators and Social Media platform providers, where it is then sold, or hacked, or both. Your IoT devices are listening to your every conversation. How about we fix those privacy problems first, eh?

Crypto doesn't care what you FEEL, it doesn't change facts.

Bitcoin can be the dominant crypto in the entire world and handle the world at large without a first layer privacy solution. FACT. How does that bit of news FEEL to you?

Maybe we disagree on what the highlighted means as I believe it is a fact that nothing can "dominant crypto in the entire world" without providing all the services that the world needs, one of which is privacy.
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January 07, 2019, 07:03:43 PM

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5094269.msg49104899#msg49104899

ROACH check out THX
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January 07, 2019, 07:23:51 PM

https://twitter.com/eth_classic

https://twitter.com/etherchain_org/status/1082329360948969472

ETC is likely to have undergone a 51% attack.

I'm accepting donations to Barry Silbert via my usual address.
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January 07, 2019, 07:26:03 PM

I knew I shouldn't've lent that shady-looking guy my abacus.
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January 07, 2019, 07:33:47 PM
Last edit: January 08, 2019, 01:42:40 PM by Last of the V8s

You promised us you could think, but you show no evidence for that.

edit: the 'you' refers to some troll, since deleted
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January 07, 2019, 07:37:36 PM

https://twitter.com/eth_classic

https://twitter.com/etherchain_org/status/1082329360948969472

ETC is likely to have undergone a 51% attack.

I'm accepting donations to Barry Silbert via my usual address.

assholes can try the same on btc?
maybe, but much less likely.
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January 07, 2019, 07:39:07 PM
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Median Bitcoin (BTC) Transaction Fees Are At Lowest Level in Over Three Years

It is true > "The Bitcoin network, is handling 75% more transactions than 2015 with same median fees. It's not perfect, it's progress."



https://www.cryptoglobe.com/latest/2019/01/median-bitcoin-btc-transaction-fees-are-at-lowest-level-since-three-years/
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January 07, 2019, 07:39:33 PM

assholes can try the same on btc?

They'd have to have a mountain more money.

https://cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-classic-51-attack-would-cost-just-55-mln-result-in-1-bln-profit-research and I'll bet that figure is way lower now.

And ETC can die or be rogered to pieces without too many other people caring. If you did the same to BTC there wouldn't be anything left to short.

The Bcashes are much more likely candidates but the only people spiteful enough to do it are the ones keeping the Bcashes alive.
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January 07, 2019, 07:41:48 PM

You promised us you could think, but you show no evidence for that.
Evidence come after thinking : if Bitcoin was created to avoid gov's control, how stupid gov are to accept and approve Bitcoin

Gov always looking for new assets to tax.
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assholes can try the same on btc?

They'd have to have a mountain more money.
 

not money, hashing power.
money (tokens) in POS blockchains, hashing power in POW (btc).
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January 07, 2019, 07:47:38 PM

You promised us you could think, but you show no evidence for that.
Evidence come after thinking : if Bitcoin was created to avoid gov's control, how stupid gov are to accept and approve Bitcoin

Gov always looking for new assets to tax.

How can gov tax a Bitcoin address that belongs to a wallet installed on an unkown PC where Bitcoin has been transfered to that address by coinjoin.
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January 07, 2019, 07:51:59 PM

i just cant help but thinking some fundamental flaw will be found in the bluetooth chip as i thought i had read about some bluetooth chips having vulnerabilities before.

Yeah, that's what squicks me.

OTOH, Ledger has some of the principals from Gemalto, who in turn are like the gold standard in enterprise mobile security.

Time will tell. No need to replace my current vault. I'll see if it stands the test of time.
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https://twitter.com/eth_classic

https://twitter.com/etherchain_org/status/1082329360948969472

ETC is likely to have undergone a 51% attack.

I'm accepting donations to Barry Silbert via my usual address.

Well, that escalated quickly Smiley

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January 07, 2019, 07:56:01 PM
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Bitcoin can be the dominant crypto in the entire world and handle the world at large without a first layer privacy solution.

<edit> barring some breakthough in life extension technology, </edit> You'll be dead before BTC -- augmented with LN -- can onboard the world at large. At least in a trustless, permissionless manner, which is kind of central to the Bitcoin vision. FACT.

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How does that bit of news FEEL to you?

Makes me FEEL that you suffer from deluded ingroup confirmation bias.

But I know nothing I say will affect your iron will. Carry on.
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You promised us you could think, but you show no evidence for that.
Evidence come after thinking : if Bitcoin was created to avoid gov's control, how stupid gov are to accept and approve Bitcoin

Gov always looking for new assets to tax.

How can gov tax a Bitcoin address that belongs to a wallet installed on an unkown PC where Bitcoin has been transfered to that address by coinjoin.
@micgoossens : can you anwser?

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Howhow..... @the local kicker place, to practise, i’m often on the thread but not non stop.
What was the question?
But please i’m not for nocoinery or to much discussion cause i’m just a NOOBhodler whiteout any knowledge, only increase and hodl still.
The rest i don’t need to know so much, cause i Made myself a road and am just driving it @the moment.....
So you where saying?
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You promised us you could think, but you show no evidence for that.
Evidence come after thinking : if Bitcoin was created to avoid gov's control, how stupid gov are to accept and approve Bitcoin

Gov always looking for new assets to tax.

A brother speaking
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JFC, whats up with the tens of merits being thrown here and there? Have everybody got a merit supply injection from Theymos or what?




I recieved a chunk from bigblocker Jbreher, here have 10 back  Undecided
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You promised us you could think, but you show no evidence for that.

Sorry about that!
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Probably very old by now?


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