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March 28, 2019, 04:50:06 PM

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March 28, 2019, 04:50:14 PM

Well, I decided that I am poor, so bit the bullet and joined a signature campaign that makes me wear an avatar. I am keeping my hat in storage, though. I guess if Alaska now wants to use my hat, he can. I still consider myself part of the WO club, even though I haven't been posting here very often lately.

Hey no shame man, I must have made, probably over 7 or 8 bitcoin’s in sig campaigns since I came here in 2014.
Effectively talking to you guys made me that much money.

I remember earning over 0.15BTC per week at one point.

Wow, I've been doing it wrong for all of these years.  Cheesy Buying hash at nicehash to mine shitcoins didn't work out too well for me. I did wear a few sigs back in 2015/2016. But I dumped the yobit sig for some bounty campaign, not a smart move. Then when I was done with that, I didn't want to enter sig campaigns because many wanted you to post in sections that I have zero interest in and to change your avatar. I miss my hat already. But I'll get over it.

and bones i think your a very high liked WO-member absolutely no shame, a man gotta do what a man gotta do, and if it provides extra CORN then GL man

It's nice to know that I am liked. I would hate to have a whole day of the week designated to rag on me...
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March 28, 2019, 04:50:42 PM

Innisfil becomes first city in Canada to accept Bitcoin for municipal taxes.

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/innisfil-becomes-first-city-canada-accept-bitcoin-municipal-taxes/
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March 28, 2019, 04:50:57 PM

Wow 30K on your teeth and that done in mexico (probably not mexico)

your taking some diamond teeth in there bro?

Not diamond but close... cubic zirconia.

Fucking hell Jimbo, what are your teeth costing you altogether?
You could have had a full set of porcelain veneer's for about £4000 at The Dental Centre -Turkey.

I'm getting the deluxe job, full Hollywood.

Now I'm still in my early 70s, having a teenage romance with my pretty (and sharp as a tack) 43-year old girlfriend, and living happily ever after.

Thank you Bitcoin.

happy you didn't said 16-17-18year old GF

GL jimbo wishing you all the best with your teeth/BTC/teenage romance etc
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March 28, 2019, 04:52:13 PM

Well, I decided that I am poor, so bit the bullet and joined a signature campaign that makes me wear an avatar. I am keeping my hat in storage, though. I guess if Alaska now wants to use my hat, he can. I still consider myself part of the WO club, even though I haven't been posting here very often lately.

Hey no shame man, I must have made, probably over 7 or 8 bitcoin’s in sig campaigns since I came here in 2014.
Effectively talking to you guys made me that much money.

I remember earning over 0.15BTC per week at one point.

Wow, I've been doing it wrong for all of these years.  Cheesy Buying hash at nicehash to mine shitcoins didn't work out too well for me. I did wear a few sigs back in 2015/2016. But I dumped the yobit sig for some bounty campaign, not a smart move. Then when I was done with that, I didn't want to enter sig campaigns because many wanted you to post in sections that I have zero interest in and to change your avatar. I miss my hat already. But I'll get over it.

and know your earning with lecturing us @the WO, can it go any better  Wink
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March 28, 2019, 05:01:29 PM
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Wow, I've been doing it wrong for all of these years.  Cheesy Buying hash at nicehash to mine shitcoins didn't work out too well for me. I did wear a few sigs back in 2015/2016. But I dumped the yobit sig for some bounty campaign, not a smart move. Then when I was done with that, I didn't want to enter sig campaigns because many wanted you to post in sections that I have zero interest in and to change your avatar. I miss my hat already. But I'll get over it.

I wore my first sig in mid/late 2018, and it was for free (for Bruno's YuTuCoin ICO, which was a jaw-dropping failure of epic proportions). Whats funny is c-hunter (let's not say their full name here) also wore it, even well after the ICO ended, and my first interaction with that person was telling them the YTC sig campaign was long over and they didn't need to wear it anymore, just as a courtesy. That was decidedly before they went off the deep end.

Thanks for injecting some sanity amongst their (her? i heard its a "her") trollery in that not-so-cleverly disguised thread about me. They're on my ignore list now. Talk about a fucking troll. C-Hunter makes everyone in this thread look like an upstanding citizen (well, almost everybody).

I miss my hat too, but it feels great to whore myself out for a little extra BTC.
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March 28, 2019, 05:05:11 PM

We have seen a couple of these cycles where the tide begins to shift roughly a year before block reward halving dates. Inflection points occurred 376 and 320 days prior to the 2012 and 2016 “halvings”, respectively. Next halving is expected May 24, 2020


https://twitter.com/PanteraCapital/status/1111311991195471874
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March 28, 2019, 05:07:38 PM

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Thank you Bitcoin.
If this is not what dreams are made of..then I really dont have a clue. I thought the sun was shining this morning, but it was just you smiling. I know..still work to be done but its a great visual.

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March 28, 2019, 05:14:41 PM

Well, I decided that I am poor, so bit the bullet and joined a signature campaign that makes me wear an avatar. I am keeping my hat in storage, though. I guess if Alaska now wants to use my hat, he can. I still consider myself part of the WO club, even though I haven't been posting here very often lately.

Hey no shame man, I must have made, probably over 7 or 8 bitcoin’s in sig campaigns since I came here in 2014.
Effectively talking to you guys made me that much money.

I remember earning over 0.15BTC per week at one point.

Wow, I've been doing it wrong for all of these years.  Cheesy Buying hash at nicehash to mine shitcoins didn't work out too well for me. I did wear a few sigs back in 2015/2016. But I dumped the yobit sig for some bounty campaign, not a smart move. Then when I was done with that, I didn't want to enter sig campaigns because many wanted you to post in sections that I have zero interest in and to change your avatar. I miss my hat already. But I'll get over it.

and know your earning with lecturing us @the WO, can it go any better  Wink

Its crazy sig campaigns can earn people that much. Back in 2012 I made about 1 BTC over the course of the year just doing those free daily bitcoin sites where you had to solve a captcha to get like 0.0015 BTC every couple hours. 
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March 28, 2019, 05:26:54 PM

Well, I decided that I am poor, so bit the bullet and joined a signature campaign that makes me wear an avatar. I am keeping my hat in storage, though. I guess if Alaska now wants to use my hat, he can. I still consider myself part of the WO club, even though I haven't been posting here very often lately.

Hey no shame man, I must have made, probably over 7 or 8 bitcoin’s in sig campaigns since I came here in 2014.
Effectively talking to you guys made me that much money.

I remember earning over 0.15BTC per week at one point.

Wow, I've been doing it wrong for all of these years.  Cheesy Buying hash at nicehash to mine shitcoins didn't work out too well for me. I did wear a few sigs back in 2015/2016. But I dumped the yobit sig for some bounty campaign, not a smart move. Then when I was done with that, I didn't want to enter sig campaigns because many wanted you to post in sections that I have zero interest in and to change your avatar. I miss my hat already. But I'll get over it.

and know your earning with lecturing us @the WO, can it go any better  Wink

Its crazy sig campaigns can earn people that much. Back in 2012 I made about 1 BTC over the course of the year just doing those free daily bitcoin sites where you had to solve a captcha to get like 0.0015 BTC every couple hours. 

Rates these days are much, much lower. I currently get 0.02BTC per week for 25 posts. If it goes much lower I’ll probably stop doing them to be honest.
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March 28, 2019, 05:54:11 PM
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Zebpay becomes first exchange to add Lightning payments for all users.

https://bitcoinist.com/lightning-network-payments-zebpay/
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March 28, 2019, 06:02:46 PM

I wore my first sig in mid/late 2018, and it was for free (for Bruno's YuTuCoin ICO, which was a jaw-dropping failure of epic proportions). Whats funny is c-hunter (let's not say their full name here) also wore it, even well after the ICO ended, and my first interaction with that person was telling them the YTC sig campaign was long over and they didn't need to wear it anymore, just as a courtesy. That was decidedly before they went off the deep end.

Thanks for injecting some sanity amongst their (her? i heard its a "her") trollery in that not-so-cleverly disguised thread about me. They're on my ignore list now. Talk about a fucking troll. C-Hunter makes everyone in this thread look like an upstanding citizen (well, almost everybody).

I miss my hat too, but it feels great to whore myself out for a little extra BTC.

Let's just hope C-hunter doesn't migrate over to this thread. I'm sure he will find our merit cycle here quite unpalatable. When it comes to merit cycling, we do it best around here.
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March 28, 2019, 06:08:52 PM

Good morning all.

Strong support continues to hodl at the 0.236 fib as we move towards the end of the month. I believe this level will be tested over the next 24-48 hours as traders consolidate their positions to enter into April. Not sure if this will qualify as a buy the dip moment unless the bears wake up and try to squeeze some blood out of long positions. Do your own research.

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March 28, 2019, 06:11:48 PM

New all electric Porsche Taycan looking fine scaring the snow snakes
About the right timing for the 2021 bullmarket.  
https://www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/porsche-taycan-first-ride/

Jesus that’s an ugly car. Hard pass from me.

Was hoping for something more 911 or Carerra GT inspired.  

This is what it looks like without the camo.  Still think it looks like a red headed step child? I like the front even if the B pillar back looks like an Audi TT

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March 28, 2019, 06:13:45 PM

Let's just hope C-hunter doesn't migrate over to this thread. I'm sure he will find our merit cycle here quite unpalatable. When it comes to merit cycling, we do it best around here.

Oh god, that would be a disaster only mitigatable by infofront intervention. That's why I didn't spell the whole name, they might have one of those maggiodormo alert bots.
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March 28, 2019, 06:15:17 PM

Greenspan: "The United States can pay any debt it has because we can always print money to do that" [History for Bitcoiners]

https://twitter.com/RedditBTC/status/1111244452809633793

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Correct statement.  That’s what happens when you are the global reserve currency.
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March 28, 2019, 06:15:48 PM



cheers WO's and have a good day in silence Roll Eyes

Team mic and team blob may have to attend treatment togedder.

Treatments are not effective when "in silence".       Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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cheers WO's and have a good day in silence Roll Eyes

Team mic and team blob may have to attend treatment togedder.

Treatments are not effective when "in silence".       Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

Don’t say you don’t like that thursday cup of coffee Smiley Tongue

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March 28, 2019, 06:22:25 PM

https://twitter.com/cryptobull/status/1111285663582834690?s=21
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One of the sweetest GIF’s i have seen
When the times are there Then use it

Does someone know how to just keep that GIF ? (would like to use it @appropriate times Cheesy)
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