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March 28, 2019, 10:43:42 PM

https://www.eoswriter.io/the-feed/2019/3/28/dan-larimer-on-telegram-28th-of-march

'fraid this shit is gonna get worse before it goes away
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March 28, 2019, 10:44:33 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

The battle for $4k continues.... currently $4024USD/$5404CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

C'mon Bitcoin, start moving up. I need to buy $30k before the end of April to finish paying for my teeth. I hate the idea of spending a half dozen bitcoins to do that.

Go Bitcoin go.

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.
It’s where all the UK Reality ‘Stars’ have theirs done.

https://dentalcentreturkey.com

My gf & I are going to get ours done at some point in the next year or two.

These stuff (dental&medical services, Hair transplantation, pharmacies) are very cheap in Turkey.

The doctors are working nearly for free compared to the doctors in the US or Europe. The shit is about to hit the fan though, most of them want to leave the country now so you better hurry. This place is about to become the next Venezuela soon.

Do you know if they have decent heart stem cell treatment in Turkey?  Panama is supposed to have some decent locations for heart stem cell treatment.  Several years ago, I had seen some publications of heart stem cell treatment in Thailand, but I haven't run across it recently.

Heart cells can be challenging because older theories were that heart cells could not regenerate, but in recent years some medical studies/applications are finding that certain kinds of cells can be used, such as placenta cells (or certain stem cell treatment applications) that cause some new heart cell growth.

In the USA... some of the issues with heart stem cell treatment is cost and insurance approval.  But it is also more limited in terms of what kinds of cells that they are able to use (can only use your own stem cells in many circumstances).  I think placenta cells have been shown amongst the better of heart regenerative, but are not allowed to be used or studied in the USA.
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March 28, 2019, 10:48:47 PM

BTW: Binance Lite Australia offers 50% off for transaction fee

The standard trading fee is 5%.  50% off is 2.5%. You would have to be a very dumb bunny to pay 2.5%.

Also their sell price is about 0.5% higher than you can get on an exchange so you are actually paying 3%.  

Huh?  Can you provide a link for that?  Seems like your decimal might be in the wrong place, because a vast majority of exchanges are trading less than .5%, and I seem to recall that last year, Gemini had gone up to 1.5%, and even they had to back off of that - so Gemini remains among the highest of fees with 1% fees.



https://binancelite.com


Also the word “exchange” is misleading.  You can buy Bitcoin from Binance at their set price but cannot sell it back to them. This is a service designed for shitcoiners to onboard them into the Binance exchange. 

O.k.... You are not making it up... but that is not trading fees but instead the initial fees to get into the system. 

Hadn't I read that in Australia there were a lot of limitations or lack of connection with ways to onboard from fiat and into BTC... so perhaps, lack of competition is causing the onboarding fees to be higher in Australia?  and it is not just about altcoins, but getting into any crypto from Australia, including BTC?
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March 28, 2019, 10:55:22 PM

Mutha Fukka! time to short. Sad

Someone on Twitter has shown he has a 60%+ win rate....

Who, the person using him as a contrarian indicator because I would believe that without having to fact check.
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March 28, 2019, 11:12:56 PM

Can't believe anyone hasn't posted it yet:

which Central Bankster do you prefer today ?
FED's Alan Greenspan:




https://twitter.com/Fractalwatch/status/1111259500466573318

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ECB's Praet?



https://twitter.com/ecb/status/1105494215381913601?s=20
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March 28, 2019, 11:23:58 PM

Can't believe anyone hasn't posted it yet:
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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they have, but still 9 hours is a long time itt
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March 28, 2019, 11:34:17 PM

Can't believe anyone hasn't posted it yet:
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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they have, but still 9 hours is a long time itt

Ah!
Sorry, I stopped checking literally a couple of posts later.
Yeah, what they are claiming is true: what I wouldn't expect is how candid is their way to approach this: trust is a fragile matter, once broken, it’s hard to recover.
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March 28, 2019, 11:40:32 PM

ok good point. the lizards don't give a shit about their dishonesty, and they enjoy lording it over the peons.
also see: Smollett case, brit parliament, ozzie encryption law, yellow vest quashing etc
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March 29, 2019, 12:26:17 AM

^Anyone have a tl;dr for those books? 
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March 29, 2019, 12:44:35 AM

I only have one thing to say.... after Some bro-mance @the WO today .....
I went out with a buddy and had Some bro-Mance time @a private sauna (2 times no Homo) Cheesy

Now f***ing tired and in need for my HODLbed, already to damn late Roll Eyes

JoJo take care of them WO’s

Fast sleep while the pump is going Cheesy
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March 29, 2019, 01:20:43 AM

Mutha Fukka! time to short. Sad

Someone on Twitter has shown he has a 60%+ win rate....

Who, the person using him as a contrarian indicator because I would believe that without having to fact check.

Yes the guy using him as a contrarian indicator on Twitter was losing money.
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Do you know if they have decent heart stem cell treatment in Turkey?  Panama is supposed to have some decent locations for heart stem cell treatment.  Several years ago, I had seen some publications of heart stem cell treatment in Thailand, but I haven't run across it recently.

Heart cells can be challenging because older theories were that heart cells could not regenerate, but in recent years some medical studies/applications are finding that certain kinds of cells can be used, such as placenta cells (or certain stem cell treatment applications) that cause some new heart cell growth.

In the USA... some of the issues with heart stem cell treatment is cost and insurance approval.  But it is also more limited in terms of what kinds of cells that they are able to use (can only use your own stem cells in many circumstances).  I think placenta cells have been shown amongst the better of heart regenerative, but are not allowed to be used or studied in the USA.
In Bangkok I know of a clinic that uses umbilical blood / placental stem cells.  You can get them injected in an arthritic joint.  I think that clinic does cosmetic treatments too.  Don't know about cardiac.
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March 29, 2019, 01:30:46 AM

BTW: Binance Lite Australia offers 50% off for transaction fee

The standard trading fee is 5%.  50% off is 2.5%. You would have to be a very dumb bunny to pay 2.5%.

Also their sell price is about 0.5% higher than you can get on an exchange so you are actually paying 3%.  

Huh?  Can you provide a link for that?  Seems like your decimal might be in the wrong place, because a vast majority of exchanges are trading less than .5%, and I seem to recall that last year, Gemini had gone up to 1.5%, and even they had to back off of that - so Gemini remains among the highest of fees with 1% fees.

https://binancelite.com


Also the word “exchange” is misleading.  You can buy Bitcoin from Binance at their set price but cannot sell it back to them. This is a service designed for shitcoiners to onboard them into the Binance exchange.  

O.k.... You are not making it up... but that is not trading fees but instead the initial fees to get into the system.  

Hadn't I read that in Australia there were a lot of limitations or lack of connection with ways to onboard from fiat and into BTC... so perhaps, lack of competition is causing the onboarding fees to be higher in Australia?  and it is not just about altcoins, but getting into any crypto from Australia, including BTC?

 There were some problems with banking accounts getting canceled early on, but no worse than anywhere else.  Those problems have been fixed.

Australia now has a fully competitive crypto market.   I don’t think that Binance is going to get any traction except maybe among newbies (which are few and far between)

They have instant bank transfers in Australia so going to a newsagent to pay cash is a bit of a waste of time.  
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March 29, 2019, 01:38:46 AM

BTW: Binance Lite Australia offers 50% off for transaction fee

The standard trading fee is 5%.  50% off is 2.5%. You would have to be a very dumb bunny to pay 2.5%.

Also their sell price is about 0.5% higher than you can get on an exchange so you are actually paying 3%.  

Huh?  Can you provide a link for that?  Seems like your decimal might be in the wrong place, because a vast majority of exchanges are trading less than .5%, and I seem to recall that last year, Gemini had gone up to 1.5%, and even they had to back off of that - so Gemini remains among the highest of fees with 1% fees.

https://binancelite.com


Also the word “exchange” is misleading.  You can buy Bitcoin from Binance at their set price but cannot sell it back to them. This is a service designed for shitcoiners to onboard them into the Binance exchange. 

O.k.... You are not making it up... but that is not trading fees but instead the initial fees to get into the system. 

Hadn't I read that in Australia there were a lot of limitations or lack of connection with ways to onboard from fiat and into BTC... so perhaps, lack of competition is causing the onboarding fees to be higher in Australia?  and it is not just about altcoins, but getting into any crypto from Australia, including BTC?

 There were some problems with banking accounts getting canceled early on, but no worse than anywhere else.

Australia now has a fully competitive crypto market.   I don’t think that Binance is going to get any traction except maybe among newbies (which are few and far between)

O.k.  Thanks... .just seems strange then, because you negated my attempts at explanations.. I have no problem with companies attempting to receive as many fees as the market can bear, but in this case, doesn't seem like Binance has any solid approach, unless they are just pricing the product high because of regulatory risk.   Binance is known for being a low fee trader. 

Accordingly, Binance is not really known for onramping of peeps from fiat systems... so maybe they are charging high fees because that is NOT really the business that they want to be in, but they figure that some people (newbies, like you say) are still going to want to onramp through them because of Binance's increasing name recognition.
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March 29, 2019, 01:57:52 AM

I think it is an Australian company that is doing it, and they are just licensing the Binance name.

CZ doesn’t care he just wants money
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March 29, 2019, 02:01:38 AM

^Anyone have a tl;dr for those books? 

(((Them))) oppressing us.

 The only one I didn't get through was The Handmaid's tale; having already read Atlas Shrugged, I felt like I was in for another excruciatingly painful read and I just couldn't.  Maybe someday, if somebody threatens to burn all the copies of that book... Naw.

 https://youtu.be/ciPszqk703k

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March 29, 2019, 02:16:03 AM

-one question for me personal, those anyone else besides JJG thinks I work this forum account with what he says a "team" ??

Nope.

Are you sure?  I remember some hot blonde chick in quite a few of his photos and a cute dog.  Those 3 could be a "team". Hmmm..... More information needed for a conclusion.
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March 29, 2019, 02:50:58 AM

Japanese officials have apparently decided to not to appeal Mark's acquittal on the embezzlement charges. I think this is good news at first glance..I mean its been 6 freakin years since we all were Gox'ed..lets rap this shit up and move on.

http://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20190329/p2g/00m/0na/004000c

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The 33-year-old founder of Mt. Gox faced a charge of taking about 341 million yen ($3 million) of customers' money kept in Mt. Gox accounts between September and December of 2013 and using it to acquire a software developer and purchase a canopy bed worth 6 million yen among other items.

He was also charged with manipulating Mt. Gox bitcoin trade data between February and September of 2013 to pad the amount of his accounts.

The court sentenced the French-born former CEO of the Tokyo-based exchange that went under in 2014 to 30 months in prison, suspended for four years, on the charge.

But the court had rejected prosecutors' claims of embezzlement, saying his acquisition of a software developer business was reasonable and transfers of money to his personal account from that of Mt. Gox were loans he had intended to return.

I get all of the stuff except for the last bit..paying for buggy software because you cant hack your way out of a wet paper sack...check. Big floofy bed...check..a mans gotta sleep right?  Its this last sentence that I pause at...hmmm. Somebody help me here.  Oh well, move along...nothing to see here.
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A handmaid's tale is fucking feminist circle jerk and the dumbest shit ever. Like companies would lose profits to fire women. Free market keeps that shit from happening.
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