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2023 - 38 (25.5%)
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May 04, 2019, 05:24:23 PM

Hey guys, I just landed at Haneda airport in Tokyo.
It's already late here and I'm f... tired so I'm not gonna do anything tonight.
I just wanted to post a cool thing I saw at the airport.
Some of you probably heard about a store called Bic Camera. There are many of them here. They sell electronics but also some other stuff.
Well they accept Bitcoin as a payment. How cool is it that one of the first things I see here is Bitcoin related ?








I hope I can post more, much more tomorrow.

 Thank you!!
It's great to have someone to do our travel reconnaissance; that should it easier for us old farts to find our way around the world with less stress once Bitcoin moons again... and again... and oh, WTF  ̅a̅g̅a̅i̅n̅
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May 04, 2019, 05:30:24 PM

https://twitter.com/wizsecurity/status/1124488827756634112
Craig Wright ordered by court to produce lists of owned bitcoin addresses along with details about his alleged blind trust:
https://www.courtlistener.com/docket/6309656/166/kleiman-v-wright/

show us the money, diptwat

wonder if he got any early wallets https://archive.is/1DMSI https://archive.is/hGTNB

It would be funny if the FBI sold him one used in Silkroad and he produced that! Lol
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May 04, 2019, 05:34:45 PM

Re "pics or it didn't happen" the other day, here is my neighbor's car on the trailer yesterday ready to go to the drags today and a shot of our alley.





I don't see any run over cats in that alley. Smiley
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May 04, 2019, 05:35:20 PM



https://twitter.com/apompliano/status/1124248951119593472?s=21

I remember seeing the market cap at about 3 billion USD when I started buying corn.

How did you actually end up so early in BTC?? I told my luckbox story already numerous of times.....

A $3 billion market cap was not so long ago in bitcoin.

We were there in late 2014 and a couple of times in 2015 - as late as September/October 2015.  That is quite remarkable, when you ponder upon it.
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May 04, 2019, 05:39:52 PM


LOL, everyone told the little fucker to bite me. Smiley

https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/1ES14c7qLb5CYhLMUekctxLgc1FV2Ti9DA
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May 04, 2019, 05:40:17 PM

Ill kick off the Saturday action,

Nice romantic surprise cheese board and posh wine. *edit* a sprinkle of children's pants perfects the mood. Though often angers the parents*




Going down nicely....



 Very nice!  Looks delicious, healthy and romantic.
One of my favourite snacks is hummus, garlic stuffed olives and brown rice crackers (Mary's for me)


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May 04, 2019, 05:44:57 PM
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no I invented it see
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how dare you
you'll be hearing from my attorneys
have a nice life
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May 04, 2019, 05:49:15 PM

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Damn the setting isn’t to write about but Lets hope the food is good....

Nothing wrong with the first b00z attack but Then again, one cannot f*** up a glass of gin.

Cheers and drink something with me Cheesy
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I don't see any run over cats in that alley. Smiley

They were in hiding.
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May 04, 2019, 05:53:36 PM

Re "pics or it didn't happen" the other day, here is my neighbor's car on the trailer yesterday ready to go to the drags today and a shot of our alley.





 Wow! Nice toy  Cool
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May 04, 2019, 05:55:15 PM

Are there any WO snooker fan members?

I don't claim to have any special skill at the game, but I quite enjoy playing pool. Really enjoy the "actual physics" involved with the game.

I used to be very competitive around 20 years ago (8-ball, 9-ball).
Hell, even my girlfriend at the time ranked up nicely.
Then drug abuse really kicked in. Tongue

Now it's a passion to watch snooker. I do very well commentating, figuring out what's on the player's minds - so friends tell me.
Still play a few times within a year.

Higgins is off to the final after a little drama. One of the best performing players under pressure.
Probably against Trump.
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May 04, 2019, 06:01:16 PM

Out of smerits so I owe U.
Made me chuckle. Nice edit :-)

What's also funny is if there is someone working their way through that thread and comes across your post. They will be like WTF?

Good point. I'd better add a disclaimer at some point or my existence will go full Life Of Brian.

thats a shame the edit can be seen.. otherwise a great story building a rudimentary time machine that goes wrong, a bold escape from the time cops, saved by stealing a TARDIS thats later destroyed etc..

pffft. so now you can tell it edited. you just crushed a future readers dreams.


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May 04, 2019, 06:09:19 PM

I went out there, it was horrible

I spent almost my whole first 3 years in the forum from early 2014 to early 2017 almost exclusively involved in this thread, and then the next year, I ventured out about 10% of the time into other parts of the forum.  

I suppose currently, i am venturing out to other parts of the forum in the 10% to 20% arena.  

This thread does have links to almost anything that you would want in bitcoinlandia, and seems that we have purged out a vast majority of the dumbasses, alt coin pumpers and bitcoin FUD spreaders... save a few that are already largely known herein who are active in this thread.


I went out there, it was horrible

Your service will forever be honoured. Perhaps on a Globb0 day........

Possible days available for honoring Globb0 = Fridays, Saturdays, Mondays or Tuesdays.     Wink
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May 04, 2019, 06:19:50 PM

^^
Damn LFC you made me just look back to my first POST in here, that looks ugly Roll Eyes

Decided to dig mine up

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=199141.msg4335360#msg4335360

Looks like I was mining shitcoins to start my BTC stash building.
I ended up with 4 rigs in the end and sold them off about 6 months later having made a small but tidy stash and recouped about half of my investment in the hardware but had already amassed enough BTC to easily make up the difference.
The rest is history.
Gonna start digging around on some early posts of other WO hodlers for a laugh.

Hah, I remember those shitcoins and the giftcoin dev trying to dump the premine. Lol

Here's mine.

Hi all,

       Dammit forgot Tab throws me to next control so rather than indenting this line I just posted a one line "Hi all"! DOH! Looks like my first post will be an edit! Cheesy

First off Back when Bitcoin started I was a heavy F@H contributor and was on OCN working to World domination (Which we accomplished!) But in retrospect wasting all those thousands on electric and seeing no discernible impact I regret not Starting this back then. Well better late than never I guess. I tried to jump on the Doge bandwagon but Only accomplished 20k so far and it looks dead now for the returns.

I am currently trying Earthcoin that just launched but have no hope for it. I'll try to get a few thousand and stash it.

From what I can gather the best method to make BTC atm is to use a Multipool. As soon as I get a few grand Earthcoin I will switch to that unless someone helps a n00b out and explains why This is a wrong move. I have been reading for a week or so and have to say the amount of info is completely overwhelming. It took me 2 days to get my card crunching at a respectable hash. I am using a 7870XT which is the cut down Tahiti with 1536 shaders. I'm doing about 400Kh/s on it, If anyone is running one of these and can help me squeeze more out of it I will be grateful and throw some of my hard earned coins your way.

Also for some reason after a day of crunching my system is becoming very unresponsive at int 13 (optimal so far) where as it was perfectly fine previously. I use a second card for htpc on this system but I don't think that has any bearing on this issue. I have to lower the INT to 10 for my system to become fluid again but that drops my hash in half.

OK well thats my intro so hopefully some of you guys are bored enough to respond.

BTW, tysat Love GB myself! They're my second team after the Pats. Hope Rogers and Cobbs get back in time!




@gentlemand, good one!

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May 04, 2019, 06:22:33 PM

Here's mine.

That's impressively erudite. I'll guess the average first post here is a failed attempt to get a loan with no collateral or 'is there being free moneys bitcoin?'
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May 04, 2019, 06:23:52 PM
Last edit: May 04, 2019, 10:33:45 PM by rdbase

Looks like getting to $6000 will be harder then most thought. Undecided
Was getting to $5800 way too fast so some pull back was bound to happen.
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May 04, 2019, 06:30:20 PM

Back when Bitcoin started I was a heavy F@H contributor and was on OCN working to World domination (Which we accomplished!)

pffft

team33 FTW


BTW, open Zika sprints on WCG right now, got some fans running
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May 04, 2019, 06:35:08 PM

Here's mine.

That's impressively erudite. I'll guess the average first post here is a failed attempt to get a loan with no collateral or 'is there being free moneys bitcoin?'

LOL, I had to look that up. Smiley
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Back when Bitcoin started I was a heavy F@H contributor and was on OCN working to World domination (Which we accomplished!)

pffft

team33 FTW


BTW, open Zika sprints on WCG right now, got some fans running

How did I know you were part of the Hoard! Cheesy

We got you guys though. Tongue
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May 04, 2019, 06:52:38 PM

If on Monday we crash from 6000 to 5600 I'll be pretty devastated.

Crashed to 5600 a bit early, I see...
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