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A lemon tart



Oh man, that's some sexy tart!
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May 06, 2019, 12:03:08 PM

Hello higher highs.
Goodby obnoxious prices.
Finally sober!

Now you're getting about half of them crispy and tasty!

(I got recharged only 2 sM so must use wisely.)
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So they getting better? Smiley

They are IMHO! At times you just snap and manage to express the fact or feeling of the moment.

You didn't have to, but thanks. Just awarded Mic's haiku too.  Cool

And uh, I have a, uh, little request for you. PM sent.

Mmmm you wanna switch avatar/HAT? Smiley

Ehmmm... not that hard to guess is it?  Cool
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A lemon tart



Oh man, that's some sexy tart!

Quite attractive indeed, but I'm still hoping for V8 to show us what a really sexy tart looks like.  Wink
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May 06, 2019, 12:05:41 PM
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easiest overclocks (well aside from the bios stuff from the pentium II on up) was the jumpers on the 486. just pick 25,33 or 40, then select the multiplier via jumper and see if it booted. cant remember if my 386 could do that. before that there was the clock crystal replacement on the IBM AT. never tried it on mine though.

dont remember what the cpus were that you just added more L2 cache via stuffing chips in empty sockets on the mobo. 386 im guessing.
Those were 386's. You could use an 82385 cache controller chip to add L2 cache to them, but it still only ran at the backside clock speed (up to 50mhz). 486's had on-die cache that could run faster and didn't run into DMA slowdown issues like the 386.

Somewhere around here I have my Mountain accelerator board: It was an 8 bit board that plugged into an 8086 with a ribbon cable that replaced the CPU. On the board was a 12mhz 80286 CPU with 256k of 16 bit cache. What was insane was that since it plugged into the CPU and 8 bit bus, device access was at 8 bit speeds (2 clocks per word) which still made it slow as dirt.

Ah the good old days....
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May 06, 2019, 12:07:15 PM

Breaking: $7 Trillion Asset Giant Fidelity to Launch Crypto Trading “Within Weeks”

https://www.ccn.com/breaking-7-trillion-asset-giant-fidelity-to-launch-crypto-trading-within-weeks
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May 06, 2019, 12:27:21 PM

Breaking: $7 Trillion Asset Giant Fidelity to Launch Crypto Trading “Within Weeks”

https://www.ccn.com/breaking-7-trillion-asset-giant-fidelity-to-launch-crypto-trading-within-weeks

The market does not care... It's almost like it doesn't take Wall Street announcements serious anymore...
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May 06, 2019, 12:39:25 PM

Breaking: $7 Trillion Asset Giant Fidelity to Launch Crypto Trading “Within Weeks”

https://www.ccn.com/breaking-7-trillion-asset-giant-fidelity-to-launch-crypto-trading-within-weeks

The market does not care... It's almost like it doesn't take Wall Street announcements serious anymore...

Can you blame the market? With all the delays we have had surrounding Bakkt for example
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May 06, 2019, 12:41:30 PM

Breaking: $7 Trillion Asset Giant Fidelity to Launch Crypto Trading “Within Weeks”

https://www.ccn.com/breaking-7-trillion-asset-giant-fidelity-to-launch-crypto-trading-within-weeks

The market does not care... It's almost like it doesn't take Wall Street announcements serious anymore...

Indeed, no movement at all....
but as long as they need to buy- a lot of - BTC for their clients in the future, this should have a good effect on price
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A few tips for vegetarian/vegan food in Tokyo


CAFETE, fairly central, Ryogoku/Asakusa
Only 13 seats. Lunch till 2 PM and coffee till 4 PM, then it closes.
https://vegewel.com/ja/restaurant/989


Inochi no gohan Tsukifune
It is advised to reserve for vegetarian/vegan, take the Chuo line from Shinjuku (25 mins approximately)
Not too central maybe, but food and atmosphere worth the bother
https://vegewel.com/ja/restaurant/1639


Manu Ku, in Tsukishima, vegetarian or vegan
closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays
https://vegewel.com/ja/restaurant/1357


Himi Zutsuchi, in Higashi Ginza (metro Hibiya line)
Maybe a bit more costly, it's Ginza after all
https://vegewel.com/ja/restaurant/946


Ki to Mizu to Tsuchi, in posh Omotesando
Pancake, cafe, casual Japanese cuisine
https://vegewel.com/ja/restaurant/1725


Saido, in Jiyugaoka
Closed on Wednesdays
From Shibuya, Tokyu Toyoko line
https://vegewel.com/ja/restaurant/1656
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Bitcoin’s Lightning Network Comes to the Apple Watch

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On Sunday (May 5), BlueWallet Services released a new version (v4.0.0) of its Bitcoin and Lightning wallet for iOS, which is called "BlueWallet";
this “milestone” release comes with an Apple Watch app that allows users to generate Lightning invoices directly on the watch.

https://www.cryptoglobe.com/latest/2019/05/bitcoins-lightning-network-comes-to-the-apple-watch/
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May 06, 2019, 01:58:28 PM

Chief economist of the World Bank and former senior vice president Joseph Stiglitz calls for “shutdown” of “the cryptocurrencies”.
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/02/joseph-stiglitz-we-should-shutdown-the-cryptocurrencies.html?
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Bitcoin’s Lightning Network Comes to the Apple Watch

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On Sunday (May 5), BlueWallet Services released a new version (v4.0.0) of its Bitcoin and Lightning wallet for iOS, which is called "BlueWallet";
this “milestone” release comes with an Apple Watch app that allows users to generate Lightning invoices directly on the watch.

https://www.cryptoglobe.com/latest/2019/05/bitcoins-lightning-network-comes-to-the-apple-watch/
I haven't seen a single person use their watch to pay for anything regardless of payment method.

Seems gimmicky. Like who really is going to pull up a qr code on their watch rather than their phone.


I do not either, but maybe one day not far away, you can leave home alone with your watch and pay or buy what you want, without a credit card, without money in your pocket, just your watch.

Anyway I only publish the news that I see interesting, but it is good to see that they are constantly developing technology to apply Bitcoin in all areas, these small details are also part of the adoption.
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May 06, 2019, 02:05:25 PM

guys, stop swearing, we need all three types of bitcoins at the same time: small blocks, medium blocks and large blocks

No.

Small, medium and large are all relative terms. How long is a piece of string?

What is needed is Bitcoin.

What is not needed is almost all of the non-Bitcoin coins (a.k.a. shitcoins). Now, BCH & BSV are the king and queen of shitcoins. Not to mention the "self-proclaimed Satoshi Nakamoto" Craig S. Wright. He is certainly NOT needed.

tl;dr
Buy Bitcoin (BTC).


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One bCash address is responsible for nearly 50% of the network’s transactions in the past month. Cheesy

https://blockchair.com/bitcoin-cash/address/1b1itzeSKYEKhdcthUSnNJ47Fx2U8Zwwn.

https://www.theblockcrypto.com/tiny/one-bitcoin-cash-address-is-responsible-for-nearly-50-percent-of-the-networks-transactions-in-the-past-month/
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May 06, 2019, 02:21:59 PM

Chief economist of the World Bank and former senior vice president Joseph Stiglitz calls for “shutdown” of “the cryptocurrencies”.
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/02/joseph-stiglitz-we-should-shutdown-the-cryptocurrencies.html?
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Seriously though, why would you bother to continue to flog that dead horse?
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https://twitter.com/100trillionUSD/status/1125390265953472514

We just got out of the CryptoWinter phase and now comes the CryptoFUD.

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May 06, 2019, 02:46:43 PM

Chief economist of the World Bank and former senior vice president Joseph Stiglitz calls for “shutdown” of “the cryptocurrencies”.
https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/02/joseph-stiglitz-we-should-shutdown-the-cryptocurrencies.html?

The more Governmnents, Central banks or whatever BS FIAT advocates want to ban Bitcoin, the more Bitcoin will prosper.
The reason is because BTC's ultimate use case is actually to be an uncensorable, unconfiscatable form of Store of Value. The more Government want to forbid you to dispose of your wealth, the more you want to avoid Government control, so the more Bitcoin is precious. 

Fiat money can only beat BTC becoming better at being hard money and making BTC useless in the first place (very difficult).

Bitcoin is a competitive push for Fiat money.
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Bitcoin’s Lightning Network Comes to the Apple Watch

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On Sunday (May 5), BlueWallet Services released a new version (v4.0.0) of its Bitcoin and Lightning wallet for iOS, which is called "BlueWallet";
this “milestone” release comes with an Apple Watch app that allows users to generate Lightning invoices directly on the watch.

https://www.cryptoglobe.com/latest/2019/05/bitcoins-lightning-network-comes-to-the-apple-watch/
I haven't seen a single person use their watch to pay for anything regardless of payment method.

Seems gimmicky. Like who really is going to pull up a qr code on their watch rather than their phone.

I do not either, but maybe one day not far away, you can leave home alone with your watch and pay or buy what you want, without a credit card, without money in your pocket, just your watch.

Anyway I only publish the news that I see interesting, but it is good to see that they are constantly developing technology to apply Bitcoin in all areas, these small details are also part of the adoption.

It seems that once the app is developed for the Iphone, then the watch becomes almost a seamless addition whether people would use the app to pay from the watch or not, they have the option.    I bought an Apple watch, less than a year ago, mostly because I wanted to keep track of some exercises that I had started to do earlier in the year, and after wearing the watch for a few months, it became more and more apparent that I was able to increase certain avenues a lot more with the watch than I had previously thought within what I wanted to do.  The interface with the phone is also quite seamless, and caused me to get used to doing a lot more on the watch, than I had even thought to be practical, even making a quickie glance at the bitcoin price or some other quick glance,  but frequently, if I want more detail, then I will go to my phone, and if I want even greater detail, I will go to my computer....

In other words, there are levels of quickie, and some kinds of payments, such as lightning, might become more quickie, convenient and easy from the watch versus the difficulties of pulling out the phone, in some circumstances.  

Let's say, for example, I went out for a jog, in some unfamiliar city, but for a variety of reasons I did not want to bring my phone or anything else with me or I wanted to jog naked - and either I get lost or I don't feel like jogging back, or I get a craving for a lapdance - or some other good or service.  Sure would be convenient to have a means of payment on my persona in those kinds of circumstances, so with an app on my phone, I would be able to receive my goods or services without having to jog 5 miles to retrieve my phone.
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Everything you have to say is pure unadulterated crap. Do you ever tire of being wrong? What the hell is your purpose besides confirming that BSV tards are retarded?

Seems to me that this time at least, alevlaslo posted factual data. Which you have deigned to label as 'unadulterated crap'. Looks like it is you that is in the wrong this time, nutildah.

Unless, of course, you wish to disprove the data.

Put up or shut up.
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