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By the way, fuck your attempt at NOT defining that scenario as spamming the network - even if there were a lot of transactions with fees, those transactions were malicious attempts to block transactions, increase fees facilitating BIG BLOCKER nutjob talking points.  Therefore, spam (even though quite costly) done for political attack and sabotaging purposes rather than legitimately attempting to use bitcoin's blockchain.   So fuck your attempts to categorize attacks on the bitcoin blockchain as legitimate uses just because they are paying fees.

There's no thought-police in Bitcoin. You send me a clean tx with standard fees and I'll mine it. I couldn't care less about your "purpose".
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https://www.newsbtc.com/2019/03/06/samsung-galaxy-s10-bitcoin-ethereum/
Samsung Galaxy S10 Arrives Sans Bitcoin, Only Ethereum is Supported
Only ETH?  Samsung supports crypto, but they don't want to add others. Apple only added the symbol of BTC to their keyboard. Something is wrong.
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https://www.newsbtc.com/2019/03/06/samsung-galaxy-s10-bitcoin-ethereum/
Samsung Galaxy S10 Arrives Sans Bitcoin, Only Ethereum is Supported

So, my next phone will be Huawei!
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https://www.newsbtc.com/2019/03/06/samsung-galaxy-s10-bitcoin-ethereum/
Samsung Galaxy S10 Arrives Sans Bitcoin, Only Ethereum is Supported

So, my next phone will be Huawei!

I'd rather get an LG v40 for the high-fidelity music. But then again, I use my phone almost exclusively as a Walkman.
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the fuc is wrong with captchas on this board?
maybe I am a robot.

EDIT: f-n moron, presumably robot, does not know how buses look like.
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the fuc is wrong with captcha on this board?
maybe I am a robot.

 Captcha sucks in any incarnation.  It's such a time waster.

 Use this link - https://bitcointalk.org/captcha_code.php which will generate a code specifically for you to log in sans captcha


 edit: I was thinking it goes without saying that it only works for this forum but... you can never be too safe.
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March 06, 2019, 11:33:14 PM
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God save the queen

There isn't enough bitcoin for all of today's millionaires to own an entire bitcoin each.

We won't call them millionaires anymore though, they will be known as "wholecoiners".

This may be the last chance for the average person to acquire a full bitcoin and that title.

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1102908165719506947?s=21

Nice! And "multicoiners" if double digits.  Grin

I think that three or more meets the definition of multi-,but hey what do I know.  Double digits is some way higher levels, that's for sure.  The 21 club is becoming more and more prestigious, too.

heres to all of us reaching "fuckyoucoiner" levels.

That sounds like a poll in the making. "How many coins does it take to reach fuckyoucoiner levels?"
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Who’s HAT is that ? Roll Eyes
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March 06, 2019, 11:54:54 PM

Government debt as share of GDP:

US
2008: 74%
2018: 108%

France
2008: 69%
2018: 96%

UK
2008: 50%
2018: 86%

China
2008: 27%
2018: 51%

Japan
2008: 183%
2018: 236%

Governments solution? Print more money.

The real solution? Bitcoin.

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1103390612412354560?s=21
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March 06, 2019, 11:58:50 PM

Woke up and another strange football outcome

Man u beats psg and probably (the man that wasn’t good for anything lukaku ....Will now with his 2goals be carried on the peoples hands)

Things can go fast.... and for BTC it could even go faster

#HODL
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March 07, 2019, 12:00:14 AM

Government debt as share of GDP:

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Governments solution? Print more money.

The real solution? Bitcoin.

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1103390612412354560?s=21
I'm not sure how or if Bitcoin can solve the problem of government debt.

Printing money is done by central banks, not governments. And government debt is created by politicians bribing naive voters with worthless promises.

Even if Bitcoin was the de facto world currency governments would surely be borrowing money to fund all the garbage promised during elections.
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March 07, 2019, 12:06:56 AM

Government debt as share of GDP:

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Governments solution? Print more money.

The real solution? Bitcoin.

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1103390612412354560?s=21
I'm not sure how or if Bitcoin can solve the problem of government debt.

Printing money is done by central banks, not governments. And government debt is created by politicians bribing naive voters with worthless promises.

Even if Bitcoin was the de facto world currency governments would surely be borrowing money to fund all the garbage promised during elections.

We are living in a time were the word is

BTC can solve anything
Save us from everything

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March 07, 2019, 12:14:05 AM

802,750 more bitcoin will be created before the next halvening event.

That's only $3 billion worth of new bitcoin in the next 445 days.

Recognizing the scarcity now will be greatly rewarded.

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1102957909389033472?s=21

#buyNOW
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Do you think the price of Bitcoin will now be piercing this diagonal line again?
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March 07, 2019, 12:15:29 AM
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There isn't enough bitcoin for all of today's millionaires to own an entire bitcoin each.

We won't call them millionaires anymore though, they will be known as "wholecoiners".

This may be the last chance for the average person to acquire a full bitcoin and that title.

https://twitter.com/alecziupsnys/status/1102908165719506947?s=21


I boldly claim to be the first one who came up with this observation. Must have been in 2015 or 2016 and i think it was in this forum.  


It is funny since I remember that back then this observation did not receive much attention, but in the last two years it appears in twitter, reddit and even crypto media outlets quite regularly.



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There were 29 million millionaires in the world in 2012 (probably more now). Each of them cannot get even a single bitcoin.
It is typical for millionaire home offices to allocate at least 5% to alternative investments.
If, instead of 5%, bitcoin will become just 1% of millionaires investment, the price at the equilibrium would have to be $40000 to achieve this allocation (1%).
This does not even take into consideration the other 99.4% of the humanity.

I'm sure that there are lots of examples of scarcity claims, and that it will become difficult for all millionaires to own a whole bitcoin.  I recall those kinds of claims on a regular basis since I started in BTC in late 2013. I don't even consider it worth the effort to go back and show quotes because there were many variations of those kinds of BTC scarcity claims..... including dividing the whole world's population up in order to show what the average BTC holding would be if BTC holdings were equally distributed - certainly small amounts of BTC (hundredths of a BTC at best), and just hypothetical exercises to show the value of BTC accumulation, even such small amounts as 1BTC or even less than that in order to be ahead of the game and ahead of the average person in the world.
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March 07, 2019, 12:24:25 AM

By the way, fuck your attempt at NOT defining that scenario as spamming the network - even if there were a lot of transactions with fees, those transactions were malicious attempts to block transactions, increase fees facilitating BIG BLOCKER nutjob talking points.  Therefore, spam (even though quite costly) done for political attack and sabotaging purposes rather than legitimately attempting to use bitcoin's blockchain.   So fuck your attempts to categorize attacks on the bitcoin blockchain as legitimate uses just because they are paying fees.

There's no thought-police in Bitcoin. You send me a clean tx with standard fees and I'll mine it. I couldn't care less about your "purpose".

We are not talking about that.  Of course, miners are going to process transactions including fees; however, if there is a purpose to systematically undermine the bitcoin network in order to send bullshit propaganda (and by the way incorrect) messages that bitcoin is broken because fees are too high and transactions are too slow, then that systematic attack can fairly and legitimately be classified as spam rather than some purported innocent and legitimate use case.

So one thing is whether you see those transactions for what they are, and another thing is the extent to which the bitcoin network has incorporated various mechanisms and incentive structures in order to deal with spam. 

Surely, the small block size and even lightning network are tools in the quiver, and in the end, I could give a shit if some of the BIG blocker nutjobs want to spend their money in such attack attempts because it seems that the BTC network has become more and more resilient and able to deal with their nonsense and not to lose security over their phoney baloney smoke and mirror attempts ... so largely in the last year or so, it seems that BIG blockers have not been ready, willing or able to carry out systematic and longer term (more than a few days) attempts at spam attacks on bitcoin because they likely find such attacks to be a BIG ass waste of money.. just like some of their bcash forkening shenanigans seem to be turning out to be, too.
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March 07, 2019, 12:25:44 AM

There isn't enough bitcoin for all of today's millionaires to own an entire bitcoin each.

We won't call them millionaires anymore though, they will be known as "wholecoiners".

Nice! And "multicoiners" if double digits.  Grin

I think that three or more meets the definition of multi-,but hey what do I know.  Double digits is some way higher levels, that's for sure.  The 21 club is becoming more and more prestigious, too.

heres to all of us reaching "fuckyoucoiner" levels.

That sounds like a poll in the making. "How many coins does it take to reach fuckyoucoiner levels?"

sounds good to me. im curious as to the numbers myself.
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March 07, 2019, 12:29:24 AM

Do you think the price of Bitcoin will now be piercing this diagonal line again?


I don't know.  What do you think?  Provide us with some analysis rather than just asking a question.  Do you have ideas?
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Over 9000? Billionaire before 1m per BTC.
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the fuc is wrong with captchas on this board?
maybe I am a robot.

EDIT: f-n moron, presumably robot, does not know how buses look like.

https://bitcointalk.org/captcha_code.php

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