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February 19, 2019, 03:39:52 AM
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I'd like to run a LN node. Initial funding will come from some small profits I made in the current wave of volatility. I have the latest bitcoin client (Core  0.17.1) running on Linux. Which LN client do you think is the best choice at the moment?
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February 19, 2019, 03:40:03 AM

Going to break 4k, are we?

Didn't we already do that a month or so ago?
I fail to see the wow factor in that, just normal volatility.

Hey we did see it a while ago but since we have been stuck in the extended bear phase for a very long time now, the 4K mark is a feel good factor for all investors. I feel if prices continue their upward trend then we can see it breaking 4K levels today, and finally prices are steadily moving towards 5k in the short term. In my personal opinion we should see max up to 8k in bitcoins prices, don’t really understand why people are waiting to see 20k price levels so soon.
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February 19, 2019, 04:21:42 AM

Satoshi Nakamoto: The Mysterious Founder of Bitcoin

DigiCash - 1989
BitGold
Satoshi Nakamoto: Bitcoin - October 2008
Hal Finney - January 3rd 2009

The Silk Road: Dread Pirate Roberts - 2011
Ross Ulbricht - 2013

Keep watching and enjoy. Good video
 

This video is total shit! Guy is still claiming BTC costs $40+ to make a single transaction plus 2-3 days.  At the end of the video it becomes clear that its a ripple shill, motioning that Satoshi left bitcoin to work on ripple and his real identity is David Schwartz.  Watch for laughs only and keep your eye on this Pamoldar character  Angry 
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February 19, 2019, 04:37:48 AM
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the beta app Tippin has released a new Chrome Extension available to Google browser users. Over Twitter, app users can send bitcoin payments via the Lightning Network, considered a way to make bitcoin transactions feasible at a large scale for the first time

https://www.coindesk.com/you-can-now-send-bitcoin-tips-over-lightning-on-twitter
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February 19, 2019, 04:51:31 AM
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https://www.coindesk.com/you-can-now-send-bitcoin-tips-over-lightning-on-twitter


Jack dorsey does not fuck around... whoaza... that was quick.
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February 19, 2019, 04:57:03 AM
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My take:

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February 19, 2019, 05:11:10 AM
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the beta app Tippin has released a new Chrome Extension available to Google browser users. Over Twitter, app users can send bitcoin payments via the Lightning Network, considered a way to make bitcoin transactions feasible at a large scale for the first time

https://www.coindesk.com/you-can-now-send-bitcoin-tips-over-lightning-on-twitter


Jack dorsey does not fuck around... whoaza... that was quick.

That is exactly the incentive I need to set up an LN node. 
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February 19, 2019, 05:18:31 AM
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the beta app Tippin has released a new Chrome Extension available to Google browser users. Over Twitter, app users can send bitcoin payments via the Lightning Network, considered a way to make bitcoin transactions feasible at a large scale for the first time

https://www.coindesk.com/you-can-now-send-bitcoin-tips-over-lightning-on-twitter


Jack dorsey does not fuck around... whoaza... that was quick.

That is exactly the incentive I need to set up an LN node. 

I've been strongly considering buying one of the new easy-mode LN devices like the Casa Hodl.
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February 19, 2019, 05:23:35 AM

Going to break 4k, are we?

Didn't we already do that a month or so ago?
I fail to see the wow factor in that, just normal volatility.

Yep. All this hope on a tiny, tiny, green birthday candle bar....ack! scared self ack!

(hope: you treacherous bitch)


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https://www.coindesk.com/you-can-now-send-bitcoin-tips-over-lightning-on-twitter


Jack dorsey does not fuck around... whoaza... that was quick.

That is exactly the incentive I need to set up an LN node. 

I've been strongly considering buying one of the new easy-mode LN devices like the Casa Hodl.
Wait. There is an actual physical product named after a drunken internet meme?
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February 19, 2019, 05:41:10 AM

It looks like the actual name is Casa Node. Everyone calls it the hodl for some reason.
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February 19, 2019, 06:23:32 AM

There is an exchange called HodlHodl  Cool

https://hodlhodl.com
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February 19, 2019, 06:27:56 AM
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the beta app Tippin has released a new Chrome Extension available to Google browser users. Over Twitter, app users can send bitcoin payments via the Lightning Network, considered a way to make bitcoin transactions feasible at a large scale for the first time

https://www.coindesk.com/you-can-now-send-bitcoin-tips-over-lightning-on-twitter


Jack dorsey does not fuck around... whoaza... that was quick.

That is exactly the incentive I need to set up an LN node. 

I've been strongly considering buying one of the new easy-mode LN devices like the Casa Hodl.

just do it. every WO hat should run a lightning node. I ordered mine last week. was considering to publicly announce that everytime a fuckin´big blocker posts in the WO thread I will order a casa node.
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You can now send Bitcoin tips over Lightning on Twitter Smiley

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the beta app Tippin has released a new Chrome Extension available to Google browser users. Over Twitter, app users can send bitcoin payments via the Lightning Network, considered a way to make bitcoin transactions feasible at a large scale for the first time

https://www.coindesk.com/you-can-now-send-bitcoin-tips-over-lightning-on-twitter


Jack dorsey does not fuck around... whoaza... that was quick.

That is exactly the incentive I need to set up an LN node.  

I've been strongly considering buying one of the new easy-mode LN devices like the Casa Hodl.

just do it. every WO hat should run a lightning node. I ordered mine last week. was considering to publicly announce that everytime a fuckin´big blocker posts in the WO thread I will order a casa node.

Yeh lets abandon the Bitcoin Network and jump on xrp version 2 lightning network (LN) instead. Bitcoin Network no longer needed, lets just stop legacy support now and and its done with it.  Mining, a proven way of work done, and given value to Bitcoin, lets deviate from it.



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February 19, 2019, 06:32:39 AM

hmmmm casa node eh?


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You can now send Bitcoin tips over Lightning on Twitter Smiley

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the beta app Tippin has released a new Chrome Extension available to Google browser users. Over Twitter, app users can send bitcoin payments via the Lightning Network, considered a way to make bitcoin transactions feasible at a large scale for the first time

https://www.coindesk.com/you-can-now-send-bitcoin-tips-over-lightning-on-twitter


Jack dorsey does not fuck around... whoaza... that was quick.

That is exactly the incentive I need to set up an LN node.  

I've been strongly considering buying one of the new easy-mode LN devices like the Casa Hodl.

just do it. every WO hat should run a lightning node. I ordered mine last week. was considering to publicly announce that everytime a fuckin´big blocker posts in the WO thread I will order a casa node.

Yeh lets abandon the Bitcoin Network and jump on xrp version 2 lightning network (LN) instead. Bitcoin Network no longer needed, lets just stop legacy support now and and its done with it.


bitcoin maximalist and LN hater?
yeah, let´s stop fucking around with layer 2 scaling solutions. stick to layer one, fuck scaling. oh, and let´s go back to internet layer 1 protocol. plain text is enough, who needs those cat pics anyway, screw youtube!
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You can now send Bitcoin tips over Lightning on Twitter Smiley

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the beta app Tippin has released a new Chrome Extension available to Google browser users. Over Twitter, app users can send bitcoin payments via the Lightning Network, considered a way to make bitcoin transactions feasible at a large scale for the first time

https://www.coindesk.com/you-can-now-send-bitcoin-tips-over-lightning-on-twitter


Jack dorsey does not fuck around... whoaza... that was quick.

That is exactly the incentive I need to set up an LN node.  

I've been strongly considering buying one of the new easy-mode LN devices like the Casa Hodl.

just do it. every WO hat should run a lightning node. I ordered mine last week. was considering to publicly announce that everytime a fuckin´big blocker posts in the WO thread I will order a casa node.

Yeh lets abandon the Bitcoin Network and jump on xrp version 2 lightning network (LN) instead. Bitcoin Network no longer needed, lets just stop legacy support now and and its done with it.


bitcoin maximalist and LN hater?
yeah, let´s stop fucking around with layer 2 scaling solutions. stick to layer one, fuck scaling. oh, and let´s go back to internet layer 1 protocol. plain text is enough, who needs those cat pics anyway, screw youtube!


A bitcoiner is against turning the true nature of bitcoin, into whats becoming core-centric, commercialised network crap.
Bitcoin was born to get away from that crap of centralist capitalism, and yet stupid people want it to bcome the same crap as what was available before 2009.

Deburden the bitcoin network. by promoting other networks, altcoins, central services is not a Bitcoiner.

LN is just the same as 0 confirmation on Bitcoin network, instant and same level of trust, 
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February 19, 2019, 06:56:37 AM

I'd like to run a LN node. Initial funding will come from some small profits I made in the current wave of volatility. I have the latest bitcoin client (Core  0.17.1) running on Linux. Which LN client do you think is the best choice at the moment?

Depends on what do you want to achieve. If you just need to make some payments via lightning every now and then, just go for a lightning wallet. If you want to run a node, provide liquidity to the network, process payments on a large scale - I would agree with BobLawblaw and suggest LND. Based on experience we had with it for more than a half year it proved to be more robust and stable implementation in comparison to c-lightning and ACINQ/eclair.
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bitcoin maximalist and LN hater?
yeah, let´s stop fucking around with layer 2 scaling solutions. stick to layer one, fuck scaling. oh, and let´s go back to internet layer 1 protocol. plain text is enough, who needs those cat pics anyway, screw youtube!

He is not a bitcoin maximalist. He is a bcash(craig) shill. Put him on ignore and be done with it.
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February 19, 2019, 07:01:25 AM

Bleh... Unconvinced until $4000+


Snap out of it, bitserve.



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