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April 22, 2019, 07:26:01 AM

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Mmmm keep your coins on bittrex, haha LoL!!

I’ll just keep them in cold storage, when you have coins to HODL.... Then talk where to HODL them.
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She is a bittrex lover no doubt Cheesy old proganda is here Cheesy

Are you remember that?
Hold=Scamm Cheesy
Yes Hold = scam that why you should keep your coins on bittrex.
Do you remember trade is better than hold?
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April 22, 2019, 07:26:20 AM

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Mmmm keep your coins on bittrex, haha LoL!!

I’ll just keep them in cold storage, when you have coins to HODL.... Then talk where to HODL them.

Good morning WO’s didn’t manage to stay awake for GOT episode 2

Will see it this evening  Smiley

So the price is still just under 5,300 $ ok and 1 btc = 1 btc, all is fine with me .....



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Good morning Goose.

Happy Earthday.


I have always like the name bittrex.  I call it the bitter ex.  Dont ask why.

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Haha same here. Will watch it after breakfast.

Hopefully BTC will remain in this range for a while, I'm not done accumulating.

Define 'awhile'?

12h

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April 22, 2019, 07:28:28 AM

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Mmmm keep your coins on bittrex, haha LoL!!

I’ll just keep them in cold storage, when you have coins to HODL.... Then talk where to HODL them.
Honorable brother No LoL No HaHa  Grin Grin Grin
She is a bittrex lover no doubt Cheesy old proganda is here Cheesy

Are you remember that?
Hold=Scamm Cheesy

yeah, I just let him talk, no sense in that guy Roll Eyes

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April 22, 2019, 07:32:23 AM

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Mmmm keep your coins on bittrex, haha LoL!!

I’ll just keep them in cold storage, when you have coins to HODL.... Then talk where to HODL them.
Honorable brother No LoL No HaHa  Grin Grin Grin
She is a bittrex lover no doubt Cheesy old proganda is here Cheesy

Are you remember that?
Hold=Scamm Cheesy

What is bittrex is for?
Don't act like a scam by telling people buy and hold while you use bittrex for getting more BTC and even cash out some.
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April 22, 2019, 07:32:48 AM
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Not your Node
Not Bitcoin

Sure, it's pithy. But WTF does that even mean?


It's a good hook to remember that you can have your own Full Node.

Hmm. I guess some people need reminding. I guess.

OTOH, still is a nonsensical way of going about it. I note that you have not divulged what it _means_. Grammatically incomplete, if nothing else.

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How do you enforce the rules to which you agree? You have to run a fully validating Bitcoin node and actually use it to verify payments you receive. Nodes act as your personal sentinel, protecting you against fraudulent activity. They reject actions undertaken by rule breakers, even while you’re busy or asleep. While some claim that running a node today is purely altruistic, there are indirect incentives for doing so:

Full nodes offer the best privacy model. If you’re using a centralized wallet, you have no privacy — the wallet provider knows all of your transactions and addresses. If you’re using an SPV wallet, your privacy is not obviously as terrible, but is nonetheless fundamentally broken. With a full node, you download all the blockchain data and only query for addresses / transactions locally — network observers can’t see what you’re interested in.

Full nodes offer the strongest security model. When you have a copy of the ledger that you have validated yourself, you no longer have to trust a third party to be honest about the state of the ledger. If you’re using a centralized wallet, you’re completely trusting that they are running nodes that enforce the rules of the network. If you’re using an SPV wallet, you’re trusting that the majority of hashpower is validating the rules of the network to which you agree.

If you configure your node to accept incoming connections, it helps the network by sending blocks and transactions to other full nodes to help them sync, and it services data requests from lightweight wallets. From this standpoint full nodes altruistically support the health of the network. Some users may wish to do this in order to protect their investment in Bitcoin.

From a macro perspective, full nodes keep the network honest. The more entities who are actively running nodes to audit their economic interactions, the more robust the network is against attacks. If you’re thinking from a nation-state attack scenario, more nodes = more “doors that have to be kicked down” in order to coerce the node owner into making changes against their will.
https://medium.com/@lopp/securing-your-financial-sovereignty-3af6fe834603

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5132225.0

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April 22, 2019, 07:36:42 AM

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Honorable brother No LoL No HaHa  Grin Grin Grin
She is a bittrex lover no doubt Cheesy old proganda is here Cheesy

Are you remember that?
Hold=Scamm Cheesy

yeah, I just let him talk, no sense in that guy Roll Eyes



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April 22, 2019, 07:44:05 AM

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Mmmm keep your coins on bittrex, haha LoL!!

I’ll just keep them in cold storage, when you have coins to HODL.... Then talk where to HODL them.
Honorable brother No LoL No HaHa  Grin Grin Grin
She is a bittrex lover no doubt Cheesy old proganda is here Cheesy

Are you remember that?
Hold=Scamm Cheesy
Yes Hold = scam that why you should keep your coins on bittrex.
Do you remember trade is better than hold?
Come on,  say something
Don't be like a paid shill
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April 22, 2019, 08:10:48 AM

Block: 572731
created Time   2019-04-22 07:10:42
Received Time   2019-04-22 07:10:42
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/block-height/572731

Block: 572732
created Time   2019-04-22 07:10:33
Received Time   2019-04-22 07:10:33
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/block-height/572732

Latter block but early time how it is possible? How 572732 created 9 seconds ago of 572731?



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Very cool and good idea for a desk or something ..... sweet
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Mmmm keep your coins on bittrex, haha LoL!!

I’ll just keep them in cold storage, when you have coins to HODL.... Then talk where to HODL them.
Honorable brother No LoL No HaHa  Grin Grin Grin
She is a bittrex lover no doubt Cheesy old proganda is here Cheesy

Are you remember that?
Hold=Scamm Cheesy
Yes Hold = scam that why you should keep your coins on bittrex.
Do you remember trade is better than hold?
Come on,  say something
Don't be like a paid shill


First buy/own BTC then when your responsible for Some Corn..... then start talking, not run before you can walk!
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Don't worry Big brother I hope available soon Cheesy


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The Hidden Effects of Crypto Money Laundering Rules:
https://www.coindesk.com/the-hidden-effects-of-crypto-money-laundering-rules


It's not money laundering, Looks like "you will pay taxes even with cryptos".
I am not paid to defend the valu and the use of cryptos. I am convinced that cryptocurrency is not used for money laundring, I am convinced that cryptos users are not laundering money. I am convinced that most people in the world do not have money for laundering, I am convinced that some people can't read between lines.
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I’ll just keep them in cold storage, when you have coins to HODL.... Then talk where to HODL them.
Honorable brother No LoL No HaHa  Grin Grin Grin
She is a bittrex lover no doubt Cheesy old proganda is here Cheesy

Are you remember that?
Hold=Scamm Cheesy
Yes Hold = scam that why you should keep your coins on bittrex.
Do you remember trade is better than hold?
Come on,  say something
Don't be like a paid shill


First buy/own BTC then when your responsible for Some Corn..... then start talking, not run before you can walk!
I prefer to not quoting you.
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Block: 572731
created Time   2019-04-22 07:10:42
Received Time   2019-04-22 07:10:42
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/block-height/572731

Block: 572732
created Time   2019-04-22 07:10:33
Received Time   2019-04-22 07:10:33
https://www.blockchain.com/btc/block-height/572732

Latter block but early time how it is possible? How 572732 created 9 seconds ago of 572731?





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A timestamp is accepted as valid if it is greater than the median timestamp of previous 11 blocks, and less than the network-adjusted time + 2 hours. "Network-adjusted time" is the median of the timestamps returned by all nodes connected to you. As a result, block timestamps are not exactly accurate, and they do not even need to be in order. Block times are accurate only to within an hour or two.

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The root cause of this is that without a central authority, it's impossible to know for sure what the current time is.

The protocol rejects blocks with a timestamp earlier than the median of the timestamps from the previous 11 blocks or later than 2 hours after the current network time. Any other timestamp is acceptable. Note that 'network time' may differ from the actual time, since the bitcoin network attempts to correct for incorrect clock settings by taking the median of the time reported by all connected peers as the network time.
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I'm a pretty liberal guy...but UBI just doesn't work.

Ill be rich with my half if the other half is split between all of them   Cheesy
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I've never understood why Tone Vays is so popular. His youtube shows are long and boring as shit, and most of his analyses are ridiculous and borderline retarded. Other than his "I lost a fight with a lawnmower haircut," I don't know what he brings to the table.



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April 22, 2019, 09:01:40 AM

~snip~

Thank you very much.

I'm currently reading a book by a Swedish archaeologist who is comparing bronze age Swedish religion with vedic and other indo european religions. He's especially looking into old Nordic sites with remnants of burnt stones and other sites that would suggest fire offerings and comparing them to Vedic/Hindu fire altars. He's working from the theory that the religions were pretty close at that time, ca 1500 bc. One of the most famous bronze age artifacts from that time is the sun wagon from Denmark. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trundholm_sun_chariot
It is obviously the old nordic equivalent of suraya, so I am kind of looking for something similar in Vedic/Hindu tradition.

Your welcome bhai.

this one looks interesting, please drop that archaeologist's name. will look into his-her work as well.  and sun was considered very sacred almost in every ancient religion so not very surprising if there are some major or small similarities between different ancient religions.

Hahahahaha..

Thanks.    I am not getting wrenched.  

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Welcome Back!!

Glad you are safe and sound bhai. I am sure you can handle cash screw-up, it tough sometime but not impossible. health is more important so take care.

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Well it doesn’t look like anyone wants to advocate for children starving in the streets.  If you follow that through to its logical conclusion you end up with a system not dissimilar to the current system.

On that basis I think that left and right are actually quite close in their approach although the rhetoric differs.  

I guess Jbear and Arie and I can agree on stuff.

I'll be your huckleberry.
Kids dying in the street would be survival of the fittest at work. Like wolf pups who starve because momma wolf is too famished to produce good milk. Weak specimens dying off makes the species stronger.
And charities feed people.

Give it another 50 years of automation and you might get your utopian society.   We can wipe out the entire blue collar class.
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