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May 02, 2019, 02:05:34 PM


I’ll wait, my OCD/paranoia always makes me want to wait until way after the release to upgrade.

What are the new features if anybody has upgraded?
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Too little information.

Which one bought Bitcoin?

Are you getting smarter, fatty?

The last few times that you came to this thread you were spouting out some BIG Blocker altcoin pumping nonsense and bashing bitcoin.  You figuring out that bitcoin is the "one"?  Yet?

I think it is the question "who can afford to buy bitcoin", not who bought bitcoin that is the deciding factor anyway.

I am not sure about what point you are attempting to make, goldkingcoiner?

In bitcoin, you can invest $5 per week, if you want, so if you were to persist with such a habit of investing $5 per week for more than a year, perhaps you might end up investing only $250, but that still can add up into a decent amount of BTC accumulation.  

In 2015, such a persistent BTC investment strategy would have accumulated a whole bitcoin in less than one year, and in the past two years, such a persistent strategy could have accumulated quite a bit more than .1BTC in that two-year time period.

In other words, you do not have to be rich to buy bitcoin, but investing in bitcoin by continuing to buy, and continuing to hodl and accumulate BTC will likely cause you to be a lot richer in the future (especially looking 5 years or more down the road) than if you had invested that $5 per week in some other currency or asset class (crypto or otherwise), and it is also true that many other asset classes including other cryptos are not going to allow you to invest in $5 weekly increments and also to have some liquidity confidence, for example.

Well yeah, guess it is a good point but can or will a person who owes 150k make an investment that will significantly impact their life >150k+profit?

Key to debt is to use it wisely, and even if $150k is a high debt, investing in yourself is not an unreasonable investment.

When it comes to paying off the debt then of course, it becomes a bit more difficult to also invest in other assets, but if you are paying $1k or more per month on your student loan debts, then of course, you could also reasonably conclude to make some other investments too, and bitcoin would be a good choice - even if it is just a small amount.

Just because a person has $150k in debt does not mean that they otherwise are not able to make a variety of smart choices, contrary to the hypothetical situation that is described in the picture.
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What a community Cheesy

How do you guys buy stuff on the forum? Do you get it sent to your home address?
I don’t think I’d be comfortable doing that, total DOX opportunity.


Yes or you can let it come to a place to pick it up or something..... with some members you can maybe just let it come to your place, "privenote" is also a good tool to use for some info sendings ......
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I’ll wait, my OCD/paranoia always makes me want to wait until way after the release to upgrade.

What are the new features if anybody has upgraded?

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Hardware Wallet Compatibility

One of the most highly anticipated changes in Bitcoin Core 0.18.0 will be allowing users the ability to connect their hardware wallet (Ledger, Trezor, Digital BitBox, KeepKey and Coldcard) through the Hardware Wallet Interaction (HWI) tool. This combines one of the most secure ways to store your private keys with the most secure way to interact with the blockchain.

Hardware wallets are considered secure because the user’s private keys never leave the device. The keys are never exposed to the internet or the computer to which they’re connected, which makes hardware wallets immune to remote hacking.

While it is already possible to connect a hardware wallet to an Electrum wallet connected to your full node using the Electrum Personal Server, HWI will be the first native, hardware-to-node option as part of the Bitcoin Core project. For now, the HWI scripts are still command line only and a manual process is required to connect the hardware wallet.

Hardware Wallet Compatibility, as a novelty, the rest technical issues.

https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/bitcoin-core-0180-release-heres-whats-new/

gmax> Bitcoin Core 0.18.0 Released

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5138532.0
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May 02, 2019, 02:27:19 PM


I’ll wait, my OCD/paranoia always makes me want to wait until way after the release to upgrade.
 

same here. i always wait on wallet upgrades. hardware wallet, software wallet its all the same. i will let others do the testing.

maybe in the next few months ill install it.

CLI support for hardware wallets (trezor one is listed as supported) will be very nice.
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May 02, 2019, 02:33:29 PM

#Gold is in big trouble. H&S top projects to 1236, then much lower. $GC_F $GLD



https://twitter.com/PeterLBrandt/status/1123944564224659456

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wait

I thought we were supposed to be crashing?
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wait

I thought we were supposed to be crashing?

That's on Monday.
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This is how the shorters (total of $172,183,352 at Bfx) are seeing today's chart.

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May 02, 2019, 03:22:27 PM

wait

I thought we were supposed to be crashing?

That's on Monday.

"No, Bitcoin is now at $5400. Those of you in the old school who believe that we're going to crash on Monday simply have not understood the new mathematics of the Blockchain, or you did not care enough to try. Monday crashes are mathematically impossible in this new paradigm. So are corrections and all else!"
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When the bitcoin price moons I will pay r0ach well.....

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May 02, 2019, 03:35:21 PM

Is it highly likely we’ll dump on Monday or do you guys think it’s all a load of bull shit?

Asking because I’ve got some money aside to buy & wondering if it’s better to buy now/tomorrow or wait until this supppsed Bittrex/Tether court shit makes the price go down.
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Very cool to see @rutgervz recommending our Bitcoin report in the studio of De Telegraaf - the Netherlands' most widely read newspaper.

https://twitter.com/TuurDemeester/status/1123971695650398208

Netherlands are doing good in BTC-land Smiley .       (sorry only dutch spoken this)
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#Gold is in big trouble. H&S top projects to 1236, then much lower. $GC_F $GLD



https://twitter.com/PeterLBrandt/status/1123944564224659456

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Did the Grayscale ad actually work?
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Transaction fees 0.00074227 BTC
anyway 4 dollars is an outrage for a 21 mil tidy-up
miners are sooo greedy Sad

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May 02, 2019, 03:47:51 PM

Is it highly likely we’ll dump on Monday or do you guys think it’s all a load of bull shit?

Asking because I’ve got some money aside to buy & wondering if it’s better to buy now/tomorrow or wait until this supppsed Bittrex/Tether court shit makes the price go down.

i figure "meh" so i split my buy, just did 1/2 of it. ill do the other half monday.
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Found this gem; recorded after watching it for you guys

#Bitcoin > Not a story; pure math

https://twitter.com/FatihSK87/status/1123866109478866944

LoL, nice  Cheesy

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