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March 29, 2019, 10:48:39 AM

Again in Singapore today.
And once more I'm disappointed by the Bitcoin scene. I tried to find some places that are listed on coinmap and that were supposed to accept BTC as payment but none of them exists anymore.
Maybe they got rich and closed because of all the BTC they received... or maybe not.
Anyway, there is one place I found in the Arab district. It's a Cafe called "Bistrot Mademoiselle" and the owner... is French.



His place doesn't accept Bitcoin as payment but he does have an ATM, a Lamassu :



As you can see, the price of Bitcoin today is 5,950 Singapore Dollars which is roughly $4,070.
When I asked the owner if some customers used the machine, he said that quite a few did. I told him I was surprised but he insisted.
The machine is a one-way ATM, it only sells BTC, it doesn't buy it.

your on the travel a lot i see, and always on the look for french....? be happy your away from them its a joke of-course cause you have proven to be a very kind/helpfull french yourself, btw i don't hate them, but when you visit french resto or social places then yeah, they can have some rude/arrogant attitude .... probably you know that better then me

also on my holiday i met some people from Singapore... early 30'ers and i asked them about the BTC scene over there.... it was like they never heard from it before and not much was going on with BTC over there....

as we see we are soooooooo early that i feel almost BAD that i'm so lucky to be in BTC for over some years now Smiley
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Must admit, that's a cool af ATM!

The machine is a one-way ATM, it only sells BTC, it doesn't buy it.

.... Well, not so cool then..!
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A premise: you wake up one day, and nobody knows anything about bitcoin (or any other crypto)...cypherpunk does exist, just no bitcoin..you, however, know as much as you know now.
Similar to "Yesterday" [the movie] premise, which is that all "Beatles" info got somehow erased from the mankind's collective memory with the exception of the main character (I am sure that there might be a twist in the end, though).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uqvgPm8U4c

I know that this is impossible, but what would you do?
Is someone here with a knowledge to reconstruct Satoshi's paper?
I am simply curious since I know the general outline, but probably wouldn't be able to properly formulate it.

I think we would have enough to go on (without looking at the paper):

• SHA 256 / Hashing
• Proof of work
• Difficulty retargeting
• 21 million cap, 100 million sats, halving every 4 years
• Miners to bundle transactions from mem pool, blocksize cap
• Blockchain / timechain / merkle trees
• Public key / private key addresses, sign to send
• validate UTXOs as unspent

One thing I don’t understand is how Bitcoin achieves consensus on time

While these do mostly describe bitcoin's protocol and terminology today, not all parts of the list were in the whitepaper.

Notably the blocksize cap, and especially the 21mil cap.

Idiots who use the whitepaper as a bible may yet pounce on this latter just as they pounced on the blocksize element.
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Music to my ears brother. The sun is shining & the future looks good. Have a great Friday gentlemen.
I am waiting to see City lose a point LOL

Look at their fixtures (after Fulham & Cardiff). They’ll drop points soon & we will take advantage Wink
Hope we do.

Chances for Fulham is very less but anything is possible in football. I would love to a drama in this match which will end losing at-least a point for City 🙂
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March 29, 2019, 10:56:29 AM

Crypto Spring is officially here, what a beautiful sight. I’ve been waiting for this, hopefully a push towards $5000 by the end of April.

Will be there soon, happy moment for BTC fanatics here, BTC mooning already, when I looked at it's trading at $4,100.

Good sign...
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Music to my ears brother. The sun is shining & the future looks good. Have a great Friday gentlemen.
I am waiting to see City lose a point LOL

Look at their fixtures (after Fulham & Cardiff). They’ll drop points soon & we will take advantage Wink
Hope we do.

Chances for Fulham is very less but anything is possible in football. I would love to a drama in this match which will end losing at-least a point for City 🙂

man still LFC have some tuff nuts to crack, SPURS and CHELSEA

was thinking of maybe going to see LFC-CHELSEA but still don't know Roll Eyes
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March 29, 2019, 10:56:59 AM
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A premise: you wake up one day, and nobody knows anything about bitcoin (or any other crypto)...cypherpunk does exist, just no bitcoin..you, however, know as much as you know now.
Similar to "Yesterday" [the movie] premise, which is that all "Beatles" info got somehow erased from the mankind's collective memory with the exception of the main character (I am sure that there might be a twist in the end, though).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uqvgPm8U4c

I know that this is impossible, but what would you do?
Is someone here with a knowledge to reconstruct Satoshi's paper?
I am simply curious since I know the general outline, but probably wouldn't be able to properly formulate it.

I think we would have enough to go on (without looking at the paper):

• SHA 256 / Hashing
• Proof of work
• Difficulty retargeting
• 21 million cap, 100 million sats, halving every 4 years
• Miners to bundle transactions from mem pool, blocksize cap
• Blockchain / timechain / merkle trees
• Public key / private key addresses, sign to send
• validate UTXOs as unspent

One thing I don’t understand is how Bitcoin achieves consensus on time

While these do mostly describe bitcoin's protocol and terminology today, not all parts of the list were in the whitepaper.

Notably the blocksize cap, and especially the 21mil cap.

Idiots who use the whitepaper as a bible may yet pounce on this latter just as they pounced on the blocksize element.

Satoshi could've really made a very complex whitepaper, but it's interesting that he chose to keep it extremely simple by not including any difficult stuff.

Why did he do that?  Roll Eyes
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March 29, 2019, 11:01:39 AM
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Con man alert!

This guy will sell bCash scam shitcoin to you saying that that is Bitcoin.

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March 29, 2019, 11:02:21 AM

If some of you are interested, these are some of the places I went to today.

Little India and its temples




Hey, I remember that place. There was a huge pile of shoes outside at the time as service was in session. I stayed at a hotel in Chinatown just around the corner. Was there for New Year's Eve 2 years ago. My plane landed around 10 PM, searched for a club or bar that didn't have a cover charge, ended up going into an Indian bar and got roaring drunk right before midnight. Those guys know how to party.

I remember standing behind a statue of what appeared to be Mola Ram as the rain came down hard during the fireworks.



Its a cool place. The people were super friendly, and perhaps best of all, they all spoke English.
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March 29, 2019, 11:04:43 AM

A premise: you wake up one day, and nobody knows anything about bitcoin (or any other crypto)...cypherpunk does exist, just no bitcoin..you, however, know as much as you know now.
Similar to "Yesterday" [the movie] premise, which is that all "Beatles" info got somehow erased from the mankind's collective memory with the exception of the main character (I am sure that there might be a twist in the end, though).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uqvgPm8U4c

I know that this is impossible, but what would you do?
Is someone here with a knowledge to reconstruct Satoshi's paper?
I am simply curious since I know the general outline, but probably wouldn't be able to properly formulate it.

I think we would have enough to go on (without looking at the paper):

• SHA 256 / Hashing
• Proof of work
• Difficulty retargeting
• 21 million cap, 100 million sats, halving every 4 years
• Miners to bundle transactions from mem pool, blocksize cap
• Blockchain / timechain / merkle trees
• Public key / private key addresses, sign to send
• validate UTXOs as unspent

One thing I don’t understand is how Bitcoin achieves consensus on time

While these do mostly describe bitcoin's protocol and terminology today, not all parts of the list were in the whitepaper.

Notably the blocksize cap, and especially the 21mil cap.

Idiots who use the whitepaper as a bible may yet pounce on this latter just as they pounced on the blocksize element.

Fair comment. No fucks given re idiots, goal was to reconstruct Bitcoin. Those are both inseperable design elements. In particular, 21 million BTC is a hill I choose to die on.  
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March 29, 2019, 11:10:12 AM
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***ATTENTION***

Con man alert!

This guy will sell bCash scam shitcoin to you saying that that is Bitcoin.

Still calling it Bitcoin Core I see... Jesus H. Ver... the man has no shame.

For "fun" I read a news story about what I thought was bitcoin at news.bitcoin.com... They ALWAYS put BCH in front of BTC, whether they are just casually mentioning it in a news article, showing the prices in their ticker, or on their "buy" page... the default option is... you guessed it! BCH!

Its not called BitcoinCash.com FFS.

Meanwhile the average BCH block size is 70k! Not 700k. Not 7,000k. 70! Nobody is using his shitcoin, ergo who gives a shit how big its blocks are. What bcash and sv freaks just don't get is that nobody wants to use a coin piloted by a charlatan.
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March 29, 2019, 11:11:10 AM





Must admit, that's a cool af ATM!

The machine is a one-way ATM, it only sells BTC, it doesn't buy it.

.... Well, not so cool then..!

Very cool machine stopping you selling your bitcoins when your mind is weak!
HODL!
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March 29, 2019, 11:11:24 AM

man still LFC have some tuff nuts to crack, SPURS and CHELSEA

was thinking of maybe going to see LFC-CHELSEA but still don't know Roll Eyes

I have tickets for 3 more games this season -

Spurs
Porto (CL)
Chelsea

If you come for Chelsea that’d be cool.
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She’s big enough to see from space boys

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Satoshi could've really made a very complex whitepaper, but it's interesting that he chose to keep it extremely simple by not including any difficult stuff.

Why did he do that?  Roll Eyes
-the elements were mostly there, just need puzzling together
-it is quite simple at heart, though the code was more complex
-to attract folk (edit: added later lol)
-to make sure the CIA knew they were fucked from day one
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March 29, 2019, 11:15:41 AM

No moon yet though.  We still have months of turbulence ahead. 


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March 29, 2019, 11:16:26 AM

your on the travel a lot i see, and always on the look for french....? be happy your away from them its a joke of-course cause you have proven to be a very kind/helpfull french yourself, btw i don't hate them, but when you visit french resto or social places then yeah, they can have some rude/arrogant attitude .... probably you know that better then me

I suppose you went to Paris ?
Waiters and taxi drivers have the reputation of being rude there, especially with tourists. Maybe it's the city life that doesn't suit them (Paris has become a mess in the past few years) and they get tense. Just talk back to them, they'll calm down lol.
People are usually more relaxed in smaller cities.
But you know there are assholes everywhere in France... and in the rest of the world. That's how it has become unfortunately.

P.S : glad to see some green again today !
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Satoshi could've really made a very complex whitepaper, but it's interesting that he chose to keep it extremely simple by not including any difficult stuff.

Why did he do that?  Roll Eyes
-the elements were mostly there, just need puzzling together
-it is quite simple at heart, though the code was more complex
-to make sure the CIA knew they were fucked from day one

Agreed

+ the hardest thing you can do, is make complex things simple
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March 29, 2019, 11:19:16 AM

Con man alert!

This guy will sell bCash scam shitcoin to you saying that that is Bitcoin.

Still calling it Bitcoin Core I see... Jesus H. Ver... the man has no shame.

For "fun" I read a news story about what I thought was bitcoin at news.bitcoin.com... They ALWAYS put BCH in front of BTC, whether they are just casually mentioning it in a news article, showing the prices in their ticker, or on their "buy" page... the default option is... you guessed it! BCH!

Its not called BitcoinCash.com FFS.

Meanwhile the average BCH block size is 70k! Not 700k. Not 7,000k. 70! Nobody is using his shitcoin, ergo who gives a shit how big its blocks are. What bcash and sv freaks just don't get is that nobody wants to use a coin piloted by a charlatan.

Relax.  Roger Ver is irrelevant.  He is much better over there than in our community.  Let him quietly fade into obscurity while he burns all his btc trying to prop up his shitcoin.
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Satoshi could've really made a very complex whitepaper, but it's interesting that he chose to keep it extremely simple by not including any difficult stuff.

Why did he do that?  Roll Eyes
-the elements were mostly there, just need puzzling together
-it is quite simple at heart, though the code was more complex
-to make sure the CIA knew they were fucked from day one

Agreed

+ the hardest thing you can do, is make complex things simple

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