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March 12, 2019, 11:48:56 PM

In the year 2011, where does one buy bitcoin? You had to trade it OTC or maybe even the one who bought the pizza.
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March 13, 2019, 12:34:17 AM

https://globalnews.ca/news/5047918/calgary-police-nationwide-bitcoin-fraud/
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Police believe suspects committed “double-spend” attacks, in which a person withdraws money from a bitcoin kiosk and then remotely cancels the transaction before the kiosk company can process the withdrawal.

Police say the 112 fraudulent transactions resulted in a loss of $195,000.
ugh 0-conf bad mkay
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March 13, 2019, 12:44:57 AM


See how much profit you could make if you invested $100 in the BTC immediately after the coin appeared on the exchange and did not lose it later on.



I cannot go back in time to do that.   Tongue Tongue
No one can, unfortunately.  Cry Although if we could, it would change the world a lot, the butterfly effect would come into play. Roll Eyes
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March 13, 2019, 01:09:56 AM

So, predictions. If I am correct that all the social ills and psychological and behavioral problems of our time is primarily caused by overpopulation and life being too easy for generations at a time, then there are only a very small number of possible future outcomes.

The first one that a lot of people will probably jump to is that we simply wait for the boomers to die and then everything will be fine after that. Not going to happen. Things always change, and always towards the left over time.

Other than that, the only option is a violent reduction in numbers. War, pestilence or famine. Given the current understanding of the amygdala, war is most likely to come in the form of a soviet-style collapse. The states will continue to become ever more tyrannical until we have an economic collapse, which will result in lowered food production and a lot of dead people.

So if soviet conditions are the most likely near-future outcome, what to do about it?

Flee. Simple as that. If you stay, odds are you will be locked up or have all your property stolen or simply end up shot. Let the disease burn itself out, and when the rebuilding begins in 10-30 years it might be time to come back if you feel like it by then. But staying through it is simply too dangerous and there is no reward.


On a side note, I have gained a new appreciation for the importance and role of religion during these studies. Maybe a topic for another time.
While I might agree that reduction of populations could be one solution, I'm not convinced it needs to be war, famine and disease that does it. What if the other option included wealth and education redistribution which ultimately resulted in the same. (John Calhoun's rat experiment) A voluntary or subconscious participation in depopulation could leave our hard fought infrastructure intact where war likely would not.
The constant threat of war plays an important role in our eventual decision to choose another option but failing this, war is ready.
I choose plan BTC
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March 13, 2019, 01:15:40 AM

via Imgflip Meme Generator

Travelling price wise Roll Eyes

Local and cheap

Actualy that is what i like ...... Smiley (yesterday been to the chocolat Hills but still i prefer my own Hills)

Starting to dislike 3850-3860

But better Then the last bottom price Smiley

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March 13, 2019, 01:22:21 AM

most distractiiing
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March 13, 2019, 01:31:44 AM

most distractiiing

i’m a most distractive mot***F***er
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March 13, 2019, 02:01:02 AM

Mic, I think jojo69 was talking about the passenger, not the boat.
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March 13, 2019, 02:08:00 AM

Mic, I think jojo69 was talking about the passenger, not the boat.

Mmmmm could be

She distracts me as well from time to time Smiley
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March 13, 2019, 02:10:32 AM

Padawan, hodlers!!
Sideways, boredom leads the way.
The force is with us!!
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March 13, 2019, 02:18:13 AM
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First post in here?

Come more often and own an XhomerX HAT Wink
Thanks, Buddy!

I have been reading here for the lols, news, classic moments, and participating on voting.

Just funny, we are only 110 voting here?


More lols to come.

 

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March 13, 2019, 02:24:02 AM

... total household debt increased by $32 billion (0.2%) to $13.54 trillion in the fourth quarter of 2018



Everyone is drowning in debt because people aren't being paid for what they produce. Time to tax the billionaires.
Billionaires repeatedly put their money at stake for returns. "Everyone" else is staking their money on iPhones. So fuck off you filthy thief.
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March 13, 2019, 02:25:32 AM
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According to the 2014 / 15 crypto market schedule, the train is running on time.




 According to my vacation schedule, I'm running a little ahead of time.  Choo! Choo!

 

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March 13, 2019, 02:30:20 AM

According to HuffPost, on average people spend about $650 on Alcohol every month.

That means if you cut your drinking habit by 50% and spent the money you saved on #Bitcoin, you could invest $325 or about .08 $BTC, at these prices, monthly.

In 12.5 months, you’d have 1 BTC.

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https://twitter.com/mrmichaelnye/status/1105227653257314304?s=21


But but what about me saturdayzzzz ??
Fucking filthy Billionaires are to blame for average people not building wealth. Tax them and corporations, that provide us with everything we use in our daily life, to death! Angry
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March 13, 2019, 02:34:29 AM
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Awesome workssss XhomerX

Can’t merit them all but but they are very Nice

How does one stay that creative Huh
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March 13, 2019, 02:36:16 AM

Bitcoin & Blockchain Adoption Will Be a Lot Faster Than The Internet Boom of 90’s

https://blockpublisher.com/bitcoin-blockchain-adoption-will-be-a-lot-faster-than-the-internet-boom-of-90s/

-Jack Lu, founder of Wanchain, certainly thinks so:
“We are at a similar stage as the internet boom back in the early 2000s. Right now the whole industry is trying to build real world applications with increased funding. I think a life changing disruption would be a lot faster than it was back in the internet world. The reason is blockchain deals with two type of things: data and assets, which is also a form of data. Since these things are already digitized or about to be digitized, blockchain will gain traction a lot faster.”
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“Majority of financial assets are already digitized as they are in some form of data, like in banks. Putting them on blockchain and building applications such as smart contracts and decentralized applications will be a lot faster this time around than the old days of internet that revolutionized pretty much every industry.”
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-Maxine Ryan, co-founder of world’s first cash-in, cash-out blockchain remittance platform Bitspark, pinpointed how the data storing capability of blockchain technology can be utilized. She said:
“I think that there is definitely space for blockchain to be adopted in areas where the technology itself can be treated essentially like a database, and in every single infrastructure built in many different verticals, a database is needed.”
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“I think it’s unfortunate that when the market is hyped, it attracts bad actors. At such a time, the market can make irrational decisions. I believe that investors should have sufficient knowledge of the field and understand how to do due diligence before they invest.”
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“I always take internet as a history book. Initially, people termed internet a scam back when it came out. In the second stage, some use cases were proven that revolutionized everything and in the third stage, the internet was everywhere. Same will happen with blockchain technology. It will be incorporated in pretty much every computer, mobile phone and pretty much into everything that has digital data. People wouldn’t even think that there is blockchain technology working inside every device, just like people don’t think about the technology behind internet.”

It probably wouldn't hurt to make a distinction between Bitcoin [as SoV, MoE, UoA] and general Bitcoin adoption. Blockchain will penetrate society very fast and make legacy finance vastly more efficient. The former however could either precede, move along, or lag behind in pace. Possibly quite substantially.

My hunch is that it'll lag behind, because banks and governments will be flailing around and the average person needs daddy government to tell them it's all going to be okay.
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March 13, 2019, 02:49:10 AM

Billionaires repeatedly put their money at stake for returns. "Everyone" else is staking their money on iPhones. So fuck off you filthy thief.

Billionaires don't create wealth. They hire people to create wealth and then underpay them. That underpayment gap has become obscene.
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March 13, 2019, 02:51:02 AM

Want to share this for everyone. This is really good for risk management.


He really explained it very well:

Read more here: https://twitter.com/CryptoCobain/status/922197320292323328
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March 13, 2019, 02:57:21 AM

Want to share this for everyone. This is really good for risk management.
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Concept is OK, but % wise I would never use these numbers as they are skewed toward less quality.
I only invest in what interests me.
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March 13, 2019, 03:01:18 AM

Want to share this for everyone. This is really good for risk management.
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Concept is OK, but % wise I would never use these numbers as they are skewed toward less quality.
I only invest in what interests me.

Yeah, the concept is really good, we all have different interests, but for me the allocated % for every part is really good for me.
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