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May 09, 2019, 11:10:20 AM

And my hat is still in there Cheesy
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May 09, 2019, 11:10:49 AM



^^ Shocked Shocked

where do you live?

the appliances and light switches look american, but other than that i´d say london...  Cheesy

American plug sockets. American flag on the Premier SHK220OP gas range manufactured in Illinois.  
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May 09, 2019, 11:10:55 AM

[snip]

I really want it to reach $100k. Can't help it. On the other hand I also want one more chance to buy cheap bitcoins.

Mixed emotions, buddy. Like Larry Wildman going off a cliff in my new Maserati.
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May 09, 2019, 11:14:04 AM

BULL RUN IS COMING AND I AM LIKE.....

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May 09, 2019, 11:15:13 AM

https://blog.bitmex.com/the-schnorr-signature-taproot-softfork-proposal/
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Abstract: We summarise and provide context for a recent Bitcoin softfork upgrade proposal, which includes a new digital signature scheme (Schnorr), as well as a complementary upgrade called Taproot, which adds new capabilities that extend Bitcoin’s smart contracting capability. The upgrades are structured to ensure that they simultaneously improve both scalability and privacy. Other than increased complexity, there are no significant downsides to the proposal, and the most controversial aspect of it is likely to be the lack of other anticipated features. We conclude that although many will be enthusiastic about the upgrade and keen to see it rolled out, patience will be important.
Nice expo.
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May 09, 2019, 11:16:41 AM

Who could possibly understand these caveman RNG games they used to play in wooden shacks in the 1800's.

Well we all know your choice of "play".
You have been known to wrestle furiously with that snake of yours since the beginning of time. So?
We are not that judgemental. Wink
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You don't just leave the hat club because foxpup ... does things.
Once you're on the train, you're on it for good (and dips).
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May 09, 2019, 11:19:20 AM

You don't just leave the hat club because foxpup ... does things.
Once you're on the train, you're on it for good (and dips).
Merit Train Club sounds cool too Cheesy
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May 09, 2019, 11:22:57 AM

And my hat is still in there Cheesy

We finally cross $6k, and Mic misplaces my hat off the train.

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You don't just leave the hat club because foxpup ... does things.
Once you're on the train, you're on it for good (and dips).
Merit Train Club sounds cool too Cheesy
lol but Throw that man off the train
we never mention the m t c
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quick somebody hack Conbase
we must not go below $6k
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May 09, 2019, 11:28:53 AM


Damn Will add you on it......  Undecided
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May 09, 2019, 11:40:59 AM

Just went over my transaction history.  My best purchase was at $3290.  Pretty happy with that considering there are only about six days that I could have made that purchase on.  

That’s probably as close to buying the exact bottom that I will ever get

Edit: which was $3122
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May 09, 2019, 11:46:56 AM

Just went over my transaction history.  My best purchase was at $3290.  Pretty happy with that considering there are only about six days that I could have made that purchase on.  

That’s probably as close to buying the exact bottom that I will ever get.

I'd accept a little less if you want to get out of our bet early.
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Would it be uncharitable to mention that your modest proposal made me chortle in the exact same manner as CZ’s proposal for a roll back? 
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May 09, 2019, 11:52:34 AM






A retry of the current WO-hats on the train, no worries Loyce once a HAT member, just a true BTC'er justify your seat on the CCMF train....., no FOX can't change that Tongue

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Lambie's Baby Bull matures.
Wall peeps, all aboard!!
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May 09, 2019, 12:00:21 PM

Relief. Was going to explode there or something. Thanks dude.

I'd accept a little less if you want to get out of our bet early.

Would it be uncharitable to mention that your modest proposal made me chortle in the exact same manner as CZ’s proposal for a roll back? 

Fascinating. Grin
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Just went over my transaction history.  My best purchase was at $3290.  Pretty happy with that considering there are only about six days that I could have made that purchase on.  

That’s probably as close to buying the exact bottom that I will ever get

Edit: which was $3122
How I bought for 20k
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May 09, 2019, 12:06:44 PM

I'm bored as hell - rainstorm outside, no beer, no laptop and no umbrella/transportation - so I'm gonna tell you my bitcoin story.

Uncle Nutildah's Bitcoin Story - Chapter One: Nerd Money

I first heard about bitcoin on an NPR podcast in 2011 but didnt think anything of it other than "nerd money" that will never catch on.

I heard about it again via Andres Antonopoulos on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast. He made it sound extremely interesting. The way he talked about it was like we were on the verge of witnessing a financial revolution guided by technological breakthroughs. The passion in the man's voice was incredible, as was the clarity in which he explained how it worked.

After letting the idea of the blockchain sink in and finally grasping what it was all about, I set up a Coinbase account and after a couple weeks of waiting for ID verification to process, I bought my first BTC at around $700 a coin. I had no awareness of what MtGox was or what had just happened there, but I watched the value of my coin plummet pretty rapidly and steadily for quite some time.

"This shit is stupid," I said to myself as the price of my coin dropped below $300 a few months later. What do you do with it? You can't spend it anywhere, if I sell it I lose money -- it seemed to be pointless. Nobody cared and I was on my own with it. Well, it turned out the best answer at the time was "buy other coins."

To be continued...
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