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Seems I only used it once, about three years ago. So deleted it anyway.
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https://www.cambridgeassociates.com/research/cryptoassets-venture-into-the-unknown/
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The crypto space has taken the investment world by surprise. Though liquid crypto prices have fallen sharply of late, investment activity in the space is booming. Investors interested in the industry need to spend a considerable amount of time learning about the space, getting comfortable with its very high risks, performing manager due diligence, and carefully implementing allocations. Despite the challenges, we believe that it is worthwhile for investors to begin exploring this area today with an eye toward the long term.

Surely, I would fault the authors of that article, a bit, for lumping cryptos instead of focusing on an attempt to analyze the contributions of bitcoin in terms of sound money considerations, and if they were to truly assess the sound money aspects of bitcoin then they might come to a more aggressive portfolio percentage allocation that would more easily surpass their current 1% ceiling recommendation and might even bring them into being more comfortable with a more aggressive and likely more profitable 5% to 10% allocation range... . hahahahaha

They seem to be focusing on a kind of "tech" investment into "crypto" rather than being able to distinguish sound money aspects of bitcoin which causes some of their acceptance and additional risks of not understanding what is a shit coin and centralized aspects contributing to those likely ongoing pump and dump scams. 
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US Seizes $2.1 Billion ISIS Gold, No Bitcoin

Under cover of darkness, 50 tons of gold worth some $2.1 billion was lifted by US helicopters from the al-Baghouz area in Syria’s Deir Ezzor according to state run news agency Sana.

https://www.trustnodes.com/2019/03/02/us-seizes-2-1-billion-isis-gold-no-bitcoin

I highly doubt this news that ISIS holds 2 billion worth of gold. if anyone really wanna track cash flow then start with all Soudi-American own bank accounts.

Unfortunately, we can't find any because. Americans sells Weapons for a living and for the shady operation, it's discreet for obvious reasons.


Normally, Isis doesn't. These are the gold they stole from Assad. Isis is a band of thieves and killers which got planted in the Middle East by the US. That's the only thing you should be seeing in this article. Don't get drowned in the details.

Assad didn't cooperate with Israel, USA didn't like it. It is as simple as this.
I didn't even bother to read the article.

Due to reason Isis poped up because of so called vacuum created by USA.

USA playing as a grandmaster, controlling both black-white pieces.

I do have some insight in this topic. But I am using phone right now. So full stop for now.


Russia is obsessed with warm water naval ports.

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There are only three places that Russia can directly trade with the wider world: the Pacific (Vladivostok), the Baltic (St. Petersburg) and the Black Sea (Crimea). It is this Russian obsession with warm water ports that has driven its expansionism for hundreds of years.
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https://www.oregonlive.com/opinion/2014/03/russias_aggression_is_really_a.html

The Russian naval base at Tartus in Syria creates a fourth warm water port for Russia.  

The Syrian war is a whale game between the USA and Syria over whether Russia gets to keep its port at Tartus. Nothing more, nothing less. If ISIS has just stuck to attacking Assad like they were supposed to, they would be in control of Syria today. Instead they dun fucked up and got too big for their britches.

Likewise the Russian invasion of the Crimea (Ukraine) is all about securing the Russian port in the Crimea. Russia doesn’t give a shit about the Ukraine but it wants to retain its port.
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March 02, 2019, 11:00:23 PM

$3,750 - $3,850 is the new $3,350 - $3,450

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Shake off this skin

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0FKEDexivA
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March 02, 2019, 11:38:19 PM

Vladivostok freezes in the winter lol, but there are other far eastern Russian warm water ports. Otherwise yes, Syria was partially about snaffling a Mediterranean port. Crimea was hardly about ports, if Novorossiysk wasn't good enough, nowhere was. It's part of the Russian 'soul' and there are lots of Russians there and in eastern ukr. Just cuntitude and testing the West.
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March 02, 2019, 11:46:59 PM

According to Hired, global demand for blockchain developers increased by 517 per cent over the year.

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According to Hired, global demand for blockchain developers increased by 517 per cent over the year.



Th world first needs to define who blockchain engineer really is before jumping into hiring them! Some companies literally call the pure coders as "Blockchain engineers" just because of their ability to write smart contracts. Those coders do not have a clue of cryptography.
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March 03, 2019, 12:28:40 AM

China banned 23 million people last year from buying plane/train tickets because their social credit scores were too low.

That is just the start.

Now tell me again the "benefits" of Facebook or JP Morgan coin over bitcoin.

Do they really outweigh that dystopian future?

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1101875282225582080?s=21

Reminds me of that Black mirror episode were people have to give points to each others....
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March 03, 2019, 12:32:23 AM

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As well bad timezone.... immidiatly 5-6 pages to read, nobody lives down here?
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March 03, 2019, 12:34:42 AM

According to Hired, global demand for blockchain developers increased by 517 per cent over the year.



Th world first needs to define who blockchain engineer really is before jumping into hiring them! Some companies literally call the pure coders as "Blockchain engineers" just because of their ability to write smart contracts. Those coders do not have a clue of cryptography.
I agree with you in general, but isn't it the job of security engineers understand to cryptography?
Although it is likely that both security engineers and blockchain engineers should have an understanding of cryptography.
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China banned 23 million people last year from buying plane/train tickets because their social credit scores were too low.

That is just the start.

Now tell me again the "benefits" of Facebook or JP Morgan coin over bitcoin.

Do they really outweigh that dystopian future?

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1101875282225582080?s=21

Reminds me of that Black mirror episode were people have to give points to each others....

Is Theymos oppressing us with dystopian sMerits points?Huh  Shocked
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March 03, 2019, 12:36:51 AM

Bitcoin (BTC) Price Predictions: 42% of Investors Are Optimistic BTC Would Touch $100K And Beyond

https://twitter.com/redditbtc/status/1101991675017285632?s=21
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Also, fuck Erdogan.

He was also planted by the US.

I know it because I am from Turkey. Before he got elected, he was nobody. He was sitting in a jail cell. First they let him out, then he made a trip to the US and after a few months he was elected. He is around since then.  Undecided

17 fucking years btw.

I am not up on all that but it wouldn't surprise me in the least.

U.S. foreign policy has been a total blowback shitshow since WWII, almost without exception.
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March 03, 2019, 12:58:00 AM

Seriously jealous of this BNB/BTC graph:



*This is officially my last post on BNB in this BTC/USD wall-observer thread!*

About 4% up since my post... Roll Eyes



Epic!
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March 03, 2019, 01:00:14 AM

about Bitcoin adoption over the next 30 years

https://twitter.com/MustStopMurad/status/1101975551907188737
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Mainstream cypherpunk adoption
Mainstream geek adoption
Mainstream speculator adoption
Mainstream fund adoption
Mainstream HNWI adoption
Mainstream SWF adoption
Mainstream saver adoption
Mainstream merchant adoption
Mainstream consumer adoption
Mainstream government adoption
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Everyone should hold at least some bitcoin. Why?

The future holds one of two scenarios:

- Global prosperity 🖖
- Economic collapse 🔥

In either of those cases, bitcoin goes up.

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1101457123693789185?s=21
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China banned 23 million people last year from buying plane/train tickets because their social credit scores were too low.

That is just the start.

Now tell me again the "benefits" of Facebook or JP Morgan coin over bitcoin.

Do they really outweigh that dystopian future?

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1101875282225582080?s=21

Reminds me of that Black mirror episode were people have to give points to each others....

Is Theymos oppressing us with dystopian sMerits points?Huh  Shocked

Haha seems to be Roll Eyes

You are just a few away from a LAMB being slayed HAT??
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March 03, 2019, 02:29:55 AM

As well bad timezone.... immidiatly 5-6 pages to read, nobody lives down here?

The ones that live there are busy working or saving or something. My section of this forum. Fortunately, they're getting better behaved as I delete spam posts. I don't pay as much attention as I used to.
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March 03, 2019, 02:52:20 AM

I'd go with Global prosperity, it's a win-win for all.

Everyone should hold at least some bitcoin. Why?

The future holds one of two scenarios:

- Global prosperity 🖖
- Economic collapse 🔥

In either of those cases, bitcoin goes up.

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1101457123693789185?s=21
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$3,750 - $3,850 is the new $3,350 - $3,450

I'm sick and I'm tired
Of reasoning
Just want to break out
Shake off this skin

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0FKEDexivA

It is not good to allow btc price stagnation to cause you to become overly anxious... and stagnation is actually better than having new lows...  .. but even if we get new lows, we should try to NOT allow those kinds of possible BTC price performance(s) to cause us anxiety.

Just consider that there could be two years of down and flat and that is likely among the less good (but probable) scenarios, and there ends up being really decent chances that the BTC price is going to outperform your expectations.
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