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Question: October Closing Price:
<$59,000 - 2 (8.3%)
$59,000-$60,000 - 0 (0%)
$60,001-$61,000 - 0 (0%)
$61,001-$62,000 - 0 (0%)
$62,001-$63,000 - 3 (12.5%)
$63,001-$64,000 - 3 (12.5%)
$64,001-$65,000 - 2 (8.3%)
$65,001-$66,000 - 2 (8.3%)
$66,001-$67,000 - 2 (8.3%)
$67,001-$68,000 - 1 (4.2%)
>$68,000 - 9 (37.5%)
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When you want to look for better and faster alternatives, new and scalable, with very low fees; when you criticize the Pow and exalt the Pos, DPos, Tangle, and the waltz ..... when you invent them and try them all, then understand at the end that the KING is always the same, always and forever.  Wink



Is there a link for that? 

I looked datalight.me website, and I could not find that chart.
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March 11, 2019, 05:32:21 PM
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Hey WO brothers (cunts, pricks, flat-earthers & ballerinas).

Had a very busy party weekend, friends coming in for the 3 day carnival event.
Drugs & alcohol hit the usual yearly ATH. Tongue
Sobering up & trying to pull myself together.

BTC seems to be shaking off weak hands, getting ready for the $4k smash-through.
Had all my orders filled out & eventually bought another whole coin ~1.15BTC.
Also made a decent profit of ~0.3BTC on a pumping shitcoin last week.

Last but not least, a couple of hetairas discovered the world of crypto. Roll Eyes

Life is good. Grin
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March 11, 2019, 05:34:11 PM

@JayJuanGee @ LFC_Bitcoin @bitserve

I had a choice last year that should I buy a car or house. I invested in property and reinvesting remaining money in more important things.

If everything works out fine in the next 5-10 year or so then, will buy Car with Driver  Grin

I am very happy with my under $100 bicycle and other than that I have my old "Royal Enfield classic 350" for road trips.

I might be stating the obvious, but there are some locations in which a car is very practical and also can be a kind of livelihood enabler.  In other places, you don't really need a car....

Of course, if BTC does another 10x or even 30x, then there could be several WO participants who might be considering various ways to spend their surplus value, and cars are fun and they do signal a level of status, if you don't mind showing some status. 
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Ledger Discloses Five Reported Vulnerabilities in Two Models of Trezor Hardware Wallets

Major hardware wallets manufacturer Ledger has unveiled vulnerabilities in its direct competitor Trezor’s devices, according to a report published on Monday, March. 11.
As of press time, Trezor was not immediately available to comment on Ledger’s findings.


https://cointelegraph.com/news/ledger-discloses-five-reported-vulnerabilities-in-two-models-of-trezor-hardware-wallets

https://www.ledger.fr/2019/03/11/our-shared-security-responsibly-disclosing-competitor-vulnerabilities/


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Ledger Discloses Five Reported Vulnerabilities in Two Models of Trezor Hardware Wallets

Major hardware wallets manufacturer Ledger has unveiled vulnerabilities in its direct competitor Trezor’s devices, according to a report published on Monday, March. 11.
As of press time, Trezor was not immediately available to comment on Ledger’s findings.


https://cointelegraph.com/news/ledger-discloses-five-reported-vulnerabilities-in-two-models-of-trezor-hardware-wallets


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Seems that ledger's wallets are not secure either.
That's why I love paper wallets, especially if encrypted they are pretty hard to hack Smiley
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@JayJuanGee @ LFC_Bitcoin @bitserve
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You usually can’t go wrong investing in bricks & mortar. It’s probably what I’ll do if/when bitcoin moons (buy lots of houses & start a property management company or something) otherwise I’ll become an alcoholic or a drug addict or something wandering around with nothing to do all day Cheesy

Agreed and If I minus BTC from investing purpose then IMHO Other than property, Food industry is very lucrative too ( some restaurant) I don't want to be alcoholic or drug addict.

However, opening a Gov liquor store is a good idea Cheesy I tried to get a license for a liquor store with my friends when I was in my early 20s but didn't have that kind of money and contacts.

Humans population keep increasing.

Limited Bitcoin: checked
House-property: Always a hot talk
Food: Everyone wants more and necessary for all of us.

Sex is needed too for Humans, but I am not into opening any sex-joint in this life.  Grin



I might be stating the obvious, but there are some locations in which a car is very practical and also can be a kind of livelihood enabler.  In other places, you don't really need a car....

Of course, if BTC does another 10x or even 30x, then there could be several WO participants who might be considering various ways to spend their surplus value, and cars are fun and they do signal a level of status, if you don't mind showing some status.  

Yes, in the first highlighted situation it's completely understandable and very practical but in second mention its depends on an individual, not wrong and not right at the same time.
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Ledger Discloses Five Reported Vulnerabilities in Two Models of Trezor Hardware Wallets

Major hardware wallets manufacturer Ledger has unveiled vulnerabilities in its direct competitor Trezor’s devices, according to a report published on Monday, March. 11.
As of press time, Trezor was not immediately available to comment on Ledger’s findings.


https://cointelegraph.com/news/ledger-discloses-five-reported-vulnerabilities-in-two-models-of-trezor-hardware-wallets


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Not good, at all. I don’t see why people don’t keep their coins on a paper wallet or on a machine with Bitcoin QT that’s used for nothing apart from storing bitcoin. This kind of shit happens all the time.
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Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
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March 11, 2019, 06:37:34 PM

Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can

Depends in what context, Tom Hanks had it all in the film ‘Cast Away’ in my opinion. Living off the land in beautiful nature. At times I wish I could do that. People are overrated, I love being on my own.
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Fourth-generation farmer here. Underground farming? Not gonna happen, unless there is an extinction-level event. It takes more than space. The temperature is certainly constant, but at some stages the plants will do better if it's warmer. The realities of getting heat, light and water in needed quantities greatly outweigh the benefits. Underground caverns also (mostly) don't have appropriate soil, though hydroponics could be considered.

"Real" farming beyond hobby gardening is going to take machinery to plant  and harvest (at the least). Currently that is all internal combustion tractors and combines, fuel exhaust will be a problem underground.
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From Cryptoscamhub's twitter page :
https://twitter.com/CryptoScamHub/status/1105155421361319936



https://twitter.com/CryptoScamHub/status/1105136120386412545

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I do believe in science and math, that's precisely why I don't believe in a man made environmental change. It's an unproven hypothesis.
LOL how?

How could you deny the environmental pollution causing by the industrial smokes, cars etc?
How could you deny the fact that we are destroying the environmental ecosystem by cutting the forests?
How could you deny that we are killing animals and imbalancing the entire food chain?
How could you deny the climate change?
How could you deny the increased sea level?

Do you know what will happen if the last bee dies?
Watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjID1ugr1fo

It is called willful ignorance, most distasteful in an otherwise intelligent individual.

One of the largest challenges we face is the constant erosion of aesthetic expectations.  I sit here in middle age, aghast at the degradation I have seen in my short lifetime.  People younger than me never even saw it before we logged off the Pacific Northwest, before we built out the strip malls, before the fisheries started to collapse.  They have no reference point to know or value the beauty that I remember, and my recollections begin in the early 1970s when the accelerated decline had been well underway for some time.

Anthropogenic climate change may or may not turn out to be significant, but the dystopian cesspool we are creating is very, very real.

+2 WOsMerits

I'm not trying to be a cunt here, but it's important not to talk about things you don't even remotely understand the scope of as if they were fact.

Try harder... and while your at it, try practicing what your preaching. Now gtfo and go invest some of those "millions" into an actual education.
I don't think I need any more degrees. And I clearly state when I don't know the conclusion, which you would be able to tell if you read any of my numerous posts today. So how about you fuck off instead?

Its not just about the destination..but also the trip along the way. See above.

Anthropogenic climate change may or may not turn out to be significant, but the dystopian cesspool we are creating is very, very real.

Come on, Canada's not that bad yet.

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Since the beginning of the oil sands development, there have been several leaks into the Athabasca River polluting it with oil and tailing pond water. The close proximity of the tailing ponds to the river drastically increases the likelihood of contamination due to ground water leakages. In 1997, Suncor admitted that their tailing ponds had been leaking 1,600 cubic metres (57,000 cu ft) of toxic water into the river a day. This water contains naphthenic acid, trace metals such as mercury and other pollutants. The Athabasca River is the largest freshwater delta in the world but with Suncor and Syncrude leaking tail ponds the amount of polluted water will exceed 1 billion cubic meters by 2020.

Natural toxicants derived from bitumen in Northern Alberta pose potential ecological and human health risks to northerners living in the area. Oil sands development contributes arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, nickel and other metal elements toxic at low concentrations to the tributaries and rivers of the Athabasca

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athabasca_oil_sands

I am sure this is all fine..

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Ledger Discloses Five Reported Vulnerabilities in Two Models of Trezor Hardware Wallets

Major hardware wallets manufacturer Ledger has unveiled vulnerabilities in its direct competitor Trezor’s devices, according to a report published on Monday, March. 11.
As of press time, Trezor was not immediately available to comment on Ledger’s findings.


https://cointelegraph.com/news/ledger-discloses-five-reported-vulnerabilities-in-two-models-of-trezor-hardware-wallets

https://www.ledger.fr/2019/03/11/our-shared-security-responsibly-disclosing-competitor-vulnerabilities/


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All those attacks on the Trezor require physical access. If the attacker has physical access then they also have a wrench attack. 
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And the number one greenhouse gas is water.

This is correct as per the link below, which was of a surprise to me as to how much it contributes (95%).
https://www.geocraft.com/WVFossils/greenhouse_data.html

What is vaporizing the water then? Is there a historical data on increase in sun's activity?
The rise of temperatures is more a less a fact, AFAIK.
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I might be stating the obvious, but there are some locations in which a car is very practical and also can be a kind of livelihood enabler.  In other places, you don't really need a car....

Of course, if BTC does another 10x or even 30x, then there could be several WO participants who might be considering various ways to spend their surplus value, and cars are fun and they do signal a level of status, if you don't mind showing some status.  

Yes, in the first highlighted situation it's completely understandable and very practical but in second mention its depends on an individual, not wrong and not right at the same time.

Both the practical application of a car in use case 1 and the luxury, opulence and status application of a car in use case 2, is going to vary from individual to individual including geographical location, occupation and level of wealth (whether you are in a kind of wealth building stage or a maintenance/spending stage).

We talk about the fuck you money aspect frequently, too, and you might not even yet achieve fuck you money level of wealth accumulation, but you still might want to begin to show status and even that peacocking of status can bring real world tangible benefits, too.  Peacocking of status could get you in trouble as well if you have not taken precautionary measures to go along with it.

In other words, many guys looking forward to hookers, lambos and blow.... hahahahaha  but still good to attempt to take various precautionary measures as well because sometimes guys might try to pull those kinds of triggers before they have a sufficient wealth cushion or they may pull those kinds of triggers without taking adequate security or other precautionary measures.
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March 11, 2019, 07:36:55 PM

Ledger Discloses Five Reported Vulnerabilities in Two Models of Trezor Hardware Wallets

Major hardware wallets manufacturer Ledger has unveiled vulnerabilities in its direct competitor Trezor’s devices, according to a report published on Monday, March. 11.
As of press time, Trezor was not immediately available to comment on Ledger’s findings.


https://cointelegraph.com/news/ledger-discloses-five-reported-vulnerabilities-in-two-models-of-trezor-hardware-wallets


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Not good, at all. I don’t see why people don’t keep their coins on a paper wallet or on a machine with Bitcoin QT that’s used for nothing apart from storing bitcoin. This kind of shit happens all the time.

Hardware wallets have been lauded a lot for their security, ease of use and practicality.  I thought that, so far, all security vulnerabilities did require some kind of physical access to the hardware device, and of course, if you don't take adequate protections of your seed phrase, then that is an additional vulnerability too.  I hope that the only solution does not end up being paper wallets because there seem to be some difficulties with managing them, too.
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Bitcoin trading volumes today same as when the price was 11K USD Huh
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March 11, 2019, 07:46:10 PM

Bitcoin trading volumes today same as when the price was 11K USD Huh

Nothing unusual about that really, it’s possibly a good thing. Maybe lots of people are starting to accumulate in this period of low price volatility.
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Bitcoin trading volumes today same as when the price was 11K USD Huh

Nothing unusual about that really, it’s possibly a good thing. Maybe lots of people are starting to accumulate in this period of low price volatility.

But who's selling?  Huh
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