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great catch ... I think this would almost totally explain the Bart patterns (buy here, sell there and use bitcoin blockchain for Int'l TX/Settlement)
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January 14, 2019, 11:51:26 PM

fuck. Homer I'm really sorry
xhomerx10 obviously always was on DT2 and remains there.

 No worries; I am not offended in the slightest nor have I always been DT2.  Negative trust can be a good indication of an account being hacked or tagged for scamming but that's about it.  In a perfect world, green trust would mean good things but in reality this isn't the case.  As you know, DT has been abused but it appears to be on the mend... time will tell.
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January 14, 2019, 11:59:48 PM

Is it like this?

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January 15, 2019, 12:01:59 AM

fuck. Homer I'm really sorry
xhomerx10 obviously always was on DT2 and remains there.

 No worries; I am not offended in the slightest nor have I always been DT2.  Negative trust can be a good indication of an account being hacked or tagged for scamming but that's about it.  In a perfect world, green trust would mean good things but in reality this isn't the case.  As you know, DT has been abused but it appears to be on the mend... time will tell.


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5096275.0

 XhomerX join the thread and others that still aren’t on it
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January 15, 2019, 12:03:39 AM

^ Just so you can finally shut up repeating the same old argument over and over. Yes, we are going to a cashless society. That is probably already irreversible, it's just a matter of time.

That's the "myopic" Anonymint position (his favorite word).  I see things turning out the EXACT OPPOSITE.  There's a lot more kids (well, dark-skinned, orc-like creatures) that want to be a rapper or gang banger when they grow up rather than something like a doctor now.  I see things more along the lines of societal implosion is inevitable rather than this naive, Jetsons worldview you seem to have.  It's not just the flooding of brown people, you have all the brainwashed, feminist psychos that no men will marry either.  Much of this is by design - feminism is a Jewish creation to destroy the family unit - but society is set to implode from just about every angle.

Of course, white people will practice white flight and run off and establish their own segregated enclaves and whatnot, but much of the world will probably be going Mad Max, and even the high end places will probably be getting downgraded from what the supposed middle class is now.  So, no, I don't buy into you and Anonymint's naive and stupid Jetsons future with these god awful, brown gang banger demographics and mentally ill women everywhere.

The US will turn into something resembling 1/2 USSR collapse and 1/2 giant Brazilian ghetto.  The gasoline situation will go to shit too from unsustainable shale whose supply only lasts like 2-3 years and few will be able to afford driving.  Anonymint pretends the Asians in the east will do well while the US collapses, but the crashing EROI will probably implode them too IMO.  In other words, in an implosion of decaying infrastructure and services, I don't see metaphorical dotcom bubble, financial pump and dump scam bitcoin being used or relevant, and physical metals will be king.
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January 15, 2019, 12:25:01 AM


great catch ... I think this would almost totally explain the Bart patterns (buy here, sell there and use bitcoin blockchain for Int'l TX/Settlement)

really unsure about this. most of the anns about HSBC have mentioned Corda/R3 or Hyperledger/fabric and have coincidentally been made near the time of various hacks into their databases.
tiny bit more here https://www.ft.com/content/60d5a48c-17fa-11e9-9e64-d150b3105d21 https://archive.is/pDICf
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January 15, 2019, 12:25:59 AM

^ Hey don't quote me to dump all your totally unrelated and demented shit. You are absolutely unable to focus and argue about anything as a normal barely functional person could do. Go see a doctor.
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January 15, 2019, 12:26:09 AM


great catch ... I think this would almost totally explain the Bart patterns (buy here, sell there and use bitcoin blockchain for Int'l TX/Settlement)

I wonder what exchange they use. Don't tell me they use finex.
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January 15, 2019, 12:27:06 AM
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^ Just so you can finally shut up repeating the same old argument over and over. Yes, we are going to a cashless society. That is probably already irreversible, it's just a matter of time.
No, I don't think states are supporting Bitcoin for that nor they really need to but if that were the case it would go to the moon first.

Now just fucking stop FFS.

What do you mean we are going to a cashless society?

We are already there.  The only time I have used cash in the past 12 months was when I was defeated by a parking machine in a UK seaside town which would not let me out without a pound coin.  I had to go to an ATM and then to a pub to buy a beer so I could get a coin.  Fucking savages in the UK.
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January 15, 2019, 12:29:41 AM

You are absolutely unable to focus and argue about anything as a normal barely functional person could do.

No, it is you and your scammer friends like Last of the V8 that wants to try and manipulate any type of conversation into a completely moronic circle jerk about why you think the price of bitcoin is going to go to $500 trillion dollars each while being completely centralized with zero fundamentals.  If nobody is willing to share in your delusions or scams, you get enraged and say it's raycismz.
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January 15, 2019, 12:30:36 AM

^ Just so you can finally shut up repeating the same old argument over and over. Yes, we are going to a cashless society. That is probably already irreversible, it's just a matter of time.
No, I don't think states are supporting Bitcoin for that nor they really need to but if that were the case it would go to the moon first.

Now just fucking stop FFS.

What do you mean we are going to a cashless society?

The only time I have used cash in the past 12 months was when I was defeated by a parking machine in a UK seaside town which would not let me out without a pound coin.  I had to go to an ATM and then to a pub to buy a beer so I could get a coin.  Fucking savages in the UK.

Well that's exactly what I mean. I still profusely use cash because of reasons. Most people don't because of convenience. But we are going onto a path where soon will come the day that we won't be able to use cash (for the most part) even if WE WANTED TO.

Most euro countries you can not even buy a high end TV set using cash. It's forbidden by law. They will keep decreasing the max limits over time.

Why?

Because cash is way harder to control than banking fiat or even Bitcoin.
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January 15, 2019, 12:32:10 AM

What if we tried not to engage him for, like, say, a week, and see what happens?
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January 15, 2019, 12:33:23 AM

I wonder what exchange they use. Don't tell me they use finex.

Absolutely no way in hell are they using a wild crypto.

The article repeatedly references 'blockchain' and nothing but.
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January 15, 2019, 12:37:23 AM

https://twitter.com/campuscodi/status/1084911549804892160
SCP implementations impacted by 36-years-old security flaws. OpenSSH, Putty, and WinSCP are all impacted. Patches available for WinSCP.
https://www.zdnet.com/article/scp-implementations-impacted-by-36-years-old-security-flaws/

one more time for luck: thirty-six-year-old sec flaws Shocked Roll Eyes older than some of you here lol
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January 15, 2019, 12:39:02 AM

one more time for luck: thirty-six-year-old sec flaws Shocked Roll Eyes

Shilling for imaginary, valueless, digital shitcoins instead of physical metals.  What could go wrong?
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January 15, 2019, 12:40:18 AM

https://twitter.com/campuscodi/status/1084911549804892160
SCP implementations impacted by 36-years-old security flaws. OpenSSH, Putty, and WinSCP are all impacted. Patches available for WinSCP.
https://www.zdnet.com/article/scp-implementations-impacted-by-36-years-old-security-flaws/

one more time for luck: thirty-six-year-old sec flaws Shocked Roll Eyes older than some of you here lol

36 years ago I was only using telnet.... no, wait... I wasn't even using Internet, just BBS.  Huh

P.S.: Bleh, it's not that much critical:

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CVE-2018-20685 - An SCP client app allows a remote SCP server to modify permissions of the target directory.
CVE-2019-6111 - A malicious SCP server can overwrite arbitrary files in the SCP client target directory. If a recursive operation (-r) is performed, the server can manipulate subdirectories as well (for example overwrite .ssh/authorized_keys).
CVE-2019-6109 - The terminal client output can be manipulated via ANSI code to hide subsequent operations.
CVE-2019-6110 - Similar as above.
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January 15, 2019, 12:46:47 AM

Guys the Russians are not coming.   That’s a Twitter circle jerk, nothing more.  

Crypto media are a big joke: https://imgur.com/yN1mBrh

But a lot of people only read titles, and even those who read articles don't bother to do it critically and check the sources, so that at least partially explains the volatility.
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January 15, 2019, 12:47:47 AM

^ Just so you can finally shut up repeating the same old argument over and over. Yes, we are going to a cashless society. That is probably already irreversible, it's just a matter of time.
No, I don't think states are supporting Bitcoin for that nor they really need to but if that were the case it would go to the moon first.

Now just fucking stop FFS.

What do you mean we are going to a cashless society?

The only time I have used cash in the past 12 months was when I was defeated by a parking machine in a UK seaside town which would not let me out without a pound coin.  I had to go to an ATM and then to a pub to buy a beer so I could get a coin.  Fucking savages in the UK.

Well that's exactly what I mean. I still profusely use cash because of reasons. Most people don't because of convenience. But we are going onto a path where soon will come the day that we won't be able to use cash (for the most part) even if WE WANTED TO.

Most euro countries you can not even buy a high end TV set using cash. It's forbidden by law. They will keep decreasing the max limits over time.

Why?

Because cash is way harder to control than banking fiat or even Bitcoin.

cash is the ultimate privacy token. which is why powers that be hate it (even though they control the supply) ;-)

don't write it off. it has uses. Going cashless will mean less freedom
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January 15, 2019, 12:48:09 AM

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2019/01/14/russia-plans-tackle-us-sanctions-bitcoin-investment-says-kremlin/

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Russia is preparing an investment in Bitcoin to replace the US dollar as a reserve currency in a bid to tackle US sanctions, according to a Russian economist with close ties to the Kremlin.
Cryptocurrencies have seen a surge of interest in Russia, with President Vladimir Putin expressing interest in the digital assets in recent months. Mr Ginko believes Bitcoin and the wider cryptocurrency industry now account for 8pc of Russia’s GDP, and investment to bolster the country’s reserves with Bitcoin could start as soon as February.

“[The] Russian government is about to make a step to start diversifying financial reserves into Bitcoin since Russia [is] forced by US sanctions to dump US Treasury bonds and [take] back US dollars,” Mr Ginko said.

“These sanctions and the will to adopt modern financial technologies lead Russia to the way of investing its reserves into Bitcoin.”

Scary if true. I've thought about this quite a bit since reading "The Bitcoin Standard".

The countries who are first to adopt Bitcoin as their reserve currency or at least partially back their currencies with BTC are likely to be the most wealthy countries in 10-20 years. It could really shift the balance of power without a shot being fired.
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^ Just so you can finally shut up repeating the same old argument over and over. Yes, we are going to a cashless society. That is probably already irreversible, it's just a matter of time.
No, I don't think states are supporting Bitcoin for that nor they really need to but if that were the case it would go to the moon first.

Now just fucking stop FFS.

What do you mean we are going to a cashless society?

The only time I have used cash in the past 12 months was when I was defeated by a parking machine in a UK seaside town which would not let me out without a pound coin.  I had to go to an ATM and then to a pub to buy a beer so I could get a coin.  Fucking savages in the UK.

Well that's exactly what I mean. I still profusely use cash because of reasons. Most people don't because of convenience. But we are going onto a path where soon will come the day that we won't be able to use cash (for the most part) even if WE WANTED TO.

Most euro countries you can not even buy a high end TV set using cash. It's forbidden by law. They will keep decreasing the max limits over time.

Why?

Because cash is way harder to control than banking fiat or even Bitcoin.

cash is the ultimate privacy token. which is why powers that be hate it (even though they control the supply) ;-)

don't write it off. it has uses. Going cashless will mean less freedom


Going cashless doesn't work if there's a power cut.
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