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April 17, 2019, 03:17:24 AM

She's drifting up. We're in for interesting days one way or another.
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April 17, 2019, 03:21:36 AM

I don't think these exchanges care at all about bad actors or scammy projects.  I really do think bribe money has been going around to get SV delisted, Ver might be throwing around money to them.

What have you done with JJG?  He is MIA for days and you have his hat  Shocked
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April 17, 2019, 03:26:23 AM

I don't think these exchanges care at all about bad actors or scammy projects.  I really do think bribe money has been going around to get SV delisted, Ver might be throwing around money to them.

What have you done with JJG?  He is MIA for days and you have his hat  Shocked

This hat stealing thing is no good and should be set straight. 33bitcoin, please...
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April 17, 2019, 03:33:44 AM

OMG that's terrible. Hopefully they're able to get out of there safely.

Elwar is a pretty cagey motherfucker, I suspect a change of jurisdiction is underway as we ponder.

For some people, leaving their country is easy. For some, it could be pretty hard. Nadya seems to have strong ties to Tailand. It could be difficult for her.
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April 17, 2019, 03:36:04 AM

Crypto Exchange Kraken Takes a Cue from Binance, Delists Bitcoin SV

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By CCN: Add Jesse Powell to the chorus of crypto exchange CEOS who are done with Craig Wright’s games. San Francisco-based crypto exchange Kraken has announced that it will be delisting Bitcoin SV (BSV), following in the trend-setting footsteps of Binance and later ShapeShift.

Kraken has been engaging with its community about it ever since Binance CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhao got the ball rolling earlier in the week. In an online poll, nearly three-quarters of Kraken’s followers voted in favor of delisting Bitcoin SV while more than one-fifth of tens of thousands of voters said they didn’t care. Kraken responded, revealing that the last day for trading Bitcoin SV would be May 1 while withdrawals will continue until May 15.

“The people have spoken. Kraken is delisting Bitcoin SV.”

https://www.ccn.com/kraken-delists-bitcoin-sv
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April 17, 2019, 03:36:35 AM

OMG that's terrible. Hopefully they're able to get out of there safely.

Elwar is a pretty cagey motherfucker, I suspect a change of jurisdiction is underway as we ponder.

For some people, leaving their country is easy. For some, it could be pretty hard.
Nadya seems to have strong ties to Thailand. It could be difficult for her.
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April 17, 2019, 03:36:37 AM
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Calvin's relationship/partnership with Craig right now.

Ayre has reportedly been involved with CSW since at least Feb 2016. See this lengthy article, though note that it uses info from several highly unreliable sources, so you have to second-guess everything. Apparently, Wright worked in Antigua on gambling websites a long time ago, which is Ayre's residence and line of business, so they probably met directly or indirectly through this.

Wright first publicly made his appearance in the Bitcoin scene in Dec 2015, and apparently he was engaging in the "I'm Satoshi but down on my luck, plz give me a small loan of a million dollars" shtick from at least around mid 2015. The fact that Ayre was involved so early makes me a bit suspicious that he could be in on the con, but it's also possible that he's just fallen for it real deep.

I find Ayre's actions inexplicable. He appeared in this space suddenly, with a thin recent history. He's fixated on statist arguments, but his history makes me think that he should be biased against the state. (CSW has also been talking about this: which one is influencing the other?) He's stuck steadfastly by CSW for 3+ years with nothing obvious to show for it, and probably significant losses. (But is there something we don't know about? Does he somehow stand to profit from the current course of events, where SV & CSW fail in a loud and dragged-out way?)

If anyone has some connection to Ayre through a friend-of-a-friend or something, I'd really like to know what's actually going through his mind.

To me, it seems he was fooled by a very convincing conman. Craig is actually a very smart guy, and understands the technology very well, which is why he's been able to fool so many people.

Of course, it's entirely possible that Calvin has knowingly been in on the con since the beginning. He's a degenerate gambler. Maybe Craig was just the horse Calvin wanted to bet on.

Looks like he's doubling down on the Craig=Satoshi stuff:





OMG that's terrible. Hopefully they're able to get out of there safely.

Elwar is a pretty cagey motherfucker, I suspect a change of jurisdiction is underway as we ponder.

For some people, leaving their country is easy. For some, it could be pretty hard.
Nadya seems to have strong ties to Thailand. It could be difficult for her.

He's in a really tough spot. Should he save himself and leave his girlfriend to possibly be executed, or stay and risk his own life while trying to get her out too? That's some heavy shit.
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April 17, 2019, 03:50:49 AM

Of course he'll try to get her out.

Still, it could make her pretty unhappy. And I think I read in some article she has a child.
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April 17, 2019, 03:56:37 AM

Take their boat across the water to Malaysia and run down the coast of Indonesia to Australia.
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April 17, 2019, 04:12:30 AM

Take their boat across the water to Malaysia and run down the coast of Indonesia to Australia.
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April 17, 2019, 04:12:55 AM

Take their boat across the water to Malaysia and run down the coast of Indonesia to Australia.

better yet have somebody else do that in their boat as a decoy while they are in the hold of a cargo tramp.
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April 17, 2019, 04:38:51 AM

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Watch this evening and tomorrow champions league, Will be intens last 8 teams

I think I may, wait I thought I was watching premier league game? I'm a bit confused.

Yeah it was Premier League what you saw.... LFC is neck on neck with City there

And @the same time they are both in the most prestigious league of the season “the champions league” all the best teams @ their league from the latest season play a tournament, last 4 years real Madrid won it but they are out now by Ajax (very surprisingly) last season LFC Made the FINALS as well

So champions league is this evening and tomorrow return games the week after.....

Very exciting football (LFC little bit F***ed, this evening game and sunday very very tuff game for the Premier League, I hope they make it)

Another fantastic game from Ajax, this young team defeated Madrid and Juventus. Smiley

It's a great joyment to watch them outplaying bigger clubs.
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April 17, 2019, 05:05:35 AM

Well this is awkward

https://laughingsquid.com/ten-spotmini-robots-pull-truck-across-parking-lot/
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April 17, 2019, 05:08:10 AM

we're fucked
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April 17, 2019, 05:34:00 AM

we're fucked

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April 17, 2019, 05:58:35 AM
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I see this  as the prequel of what we are going to witness in the next years for hodling and supporting bitcoin.

Thai government lost its mind completely when they realized they can lose their wage slaves. If their slaves start a riot and leave the county they are fucked. They know it so they wanted to make an example of those poor guys.

This will happen to bitcoin too.

As much as I like the idea of bitcoin, a war between us and actual governments will fuck us up. So... don't hodl more than you could afford to lose I guess. I am already down deep very much. I am a bit scared to be honest.
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Ooh, no man what is this style  Grin Grin fucked by the robot  Cheesy Cheesy

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April 17, 2019, 06:07:09 AM

Crypto Exchange Kraken Takes a Cue from Binance, Delists Bitcoin SV

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By CCN: Add Jesse Powell to the chorus of crypto exchange CEOS who are done with Craig Wright’s games. San Francisco-based crypto exchange Kraken has announced that it will be delisting Bitcoin SV (BSV), following in the trend-setting footsteps of Binance and later ShapeShift.

Kraken has been engaging with its community about it ever since Binance CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhao got the ball rolling earlier in the week. In an online poll, nearly three-quarters of Kraken’s followers voted in favor of delisting Bitcoin SV while more than one-fifth of tens of thousands of voters said they didn’t care. Kraken responded, revealing that the last day for trading Bitcoin SV would be May 1 while withdrawals will continue until May 15.

“The people have spoken. Kraken is delisting Bitcoin SV.”

https://www.ccn.com/kraken-delists-bitcoin-sv

I am going to buy Bitcoin-SV.
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I see this  as the prequel of what we are going to witness in the next years for hodling and supporting bitcoin.

Thai government lost its mind completely when they realized they can lose their wage slaves. If their slaves start a riot and leave the county they are fucked. They know it so they wanted to make an example of those poor guys.

This will happen to bitcoin too.

As much as I like the idea of bitcoin, a war between us and actual governments will fuck us up. So... don't hodl more than you could afford to lose I guess. I am already down deep very much. I am a bit scared to be honest.

I agree with your opinion some time fucking language the best use it and some governments are very bad issue  Wink

+1 merit .
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April 17, 2019, 06:30:48 AM
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By Christmas time they will be able to run and pull Santa’s sledge with unprecedented speed and precision, putting Rudolph and co out of work.

Not only low productivity jobs are going to disappear, also mild magic animals.
Only fully fledged mythical creatures (Drogon and others) can survive Boston Dynamics.
We are fucked.
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