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January 30, 2019, 07:11:35 AM

which bitcoin credit card do you guys use, can you recommend one?
@the moment wireX but actualy I don’t sell or use it to much .... but it seems to be OK
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January 30, 2019, 07:12:38 AM

which bitcoin credit card do you guys use, can you recommend one?

Wirex,
Revolut.

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Where do you stand?


If I present these user levels as a country it would be like
Limbo: China
Actual users: Vatican City
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How people think about markets Wink
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Where do you stand?


If I present these user levels as a country it would be like
Limbo: China
Actual users: Vatican City

The chart is not informative.  It is in fact misleading.

With your presentation of that nonsense chart you appear to come from some kind of BIG blocker nutjob camp that tries to prescribe what people should be doing with their bitcoins?  And to suggest that people are only good bitcoiners if they are attempting to spend their bitcoins.

The chart merely presents a bunch of false and denigrating choices that attempt to force any reader to assert that s/he is using/spending bitcoin... and therefore, attempts to assert that the only way to be a virtuous bitcoin user is to actually use/spend bitcoin.

I've seen Roger and some of the other BIG blocker nutjobs make those kinds of assertions and try to trap people into being less than good bitcoiners if they are not regularly transacting with their bitcoins.

You really believe that NONSENSE?  Are you capable of thinking a bit deeper about a variety of bitcoin usages including that various bitcoin systems are still being built (including some regulatory (eg taxation) hostility to spending and accounting for spending of bitcoin), and you should question yourself about why you are presenting false dichotomy bullshit ideas, here.
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January 30, 2019, 08:02:30 AM

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January 30, 2019, 08:16:10 AM

which bitcoin credit card do you guys use, can you recommend one?
Wirex

I thought we were all hodling?
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January 30, 2019, 08:27:18 AM

which bitcoin credit card do you guys use, can you recommend one?
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I thought we were all hodling?

spent and rebuy is the new hodling Smiley
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A confession from a professor 🤣😂

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The chart is not informative.  It is in fact misleading.

With your presentation of that nonsense chart you appear to come from some kind of BIG blocker nutjob camp that tries to prescribe what people should be doing with their bitcoins?  And to suggest that people are only good bitcoiners if they are attempting to spend their bitcoins.

The chart merely presents a bunch of false and denigrating choices that attempt to force any reader to assert that s/he is using/spending bitcoin... and therefore, attempts to assert that the only way to be a virtuous bitcoin user is to actually use/spend bitcoin.

I've seen Roger and some of the other BIG blocker nutjobs make those kinds of assertions and try to trap people into being less than good bitcoiners if they are not regularly transacting with their bitcoins.

You really believe that NONSENSE?  Are you capable of thinking a bit deeper about a variety of bitcoin usages including that various bitcoin systems are still being built (including some regulatory (eg taxation) hostility to spending and accounting for spending of bitcoin), and you should question yourself about why you are presenting false dichotomy bullshit ideas, here.
Well your anger is acceptable but that was merely a joke and most us who believe in bitcoin don't need your explanation.
Yes we are not there but in future bitcoin will be the mainstream currency for all online transaction and I believe in this too.

and more on there is no such thing called good bitcoiners or bad bitcoiners. You can't deny the fact fraud and scam brought by these ICOs, still we shouldn't blame bitcoin for this but bitcoin was the reason and attracted those scammers and innocent people who got scammed.

As some one said
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January 30, 2019, 09:11:35 AM

The chart is not informative.  It is in fact misleading.

With your presentation of that nonsense chart you appear to come from some kind of BIG blocker nutjob camp that tries to prescribe what people should be doing with their bitcoins?  And to suggest that people are only good bitcoiners if they are attempting to spend their bitcoins.

The chart merely presents a bunch of false and denigrating choices that attempt to force any reader to assert that s/he is using/spending bitcoin... and therefore, attempts to assert that the only way to be a virtuous bitcoin user is to actually use/spend bitcoin.

I've seen Roger and some of the other BIG blocker nutjobs make those kinds of assertions and try to trap people into being less than good bitcoiners if they are not regularly transacting with their bitcoins.

You really believe that NONSENSE?  Are you capable of thinking a bit deeper about a variety of bitcoin usages including that various bitcoin systems are still being built (including some regulatory (eg taxation) hostility to spending and accounting for spending of bitcoin), and you should question yourself about why you are presenting false dichotomy bullshit ideas, here.
Well your anger is acceptable but that was merely a joke and most us who believe in bitcoin don't need your explanation.
Yes we are not there but in future bitcoin will be the mainstream currency for all online transaction and I believe in this too.

and more on there is no such thing called good bitcoiners or bad bitcoiners. You can't deny the fact fraud and scam brought by these ICOs, still we shouldn't blame bitcoin for this but bitcoin was the reason and attracted those scammers and innocent people who got scammed.

As some one said


Hm?  Seems that your supposed joke was beyond my humor sensibilities.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes  So, I should take back my BIG blocker nutjob accusations aimed at you?   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy  I will think about it.   Tongue

By the way, it would be a pretty rare occasion that I would actually get angry in respect to some interwebs post... 

Regarding the attraction, attention and learning coming through bitcoin and crypto, surely there is a lot truth to that Gabor Gurbacs' observation.
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DO NOT CHALLENGE BTC
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January 30, 2019, 09:48:29 AM


A better version for you
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 Grin Cheesy
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again, DO NOT CHALLENGE BTC
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+1

The last time people posted this, it did something. It went from 6400 to 3100... Wink
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