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May 10, 2019, 08:19:44 PM

dun think even Vinny can jinx it now
the dildo. it's coming

The fuck happened brother? You’re uber bullish.

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It looks like Lambie got it right with the baby-to-adult thing. He started talking about it long ago. IMO that's long enough to deserve some juicy title such as Bull Prophet or something.

Yeah I do, really do respect Lambie and HM’s calling the bottom and saying from here we gonna go forward.

Hey Mic, you're right, but I hope you won't mind if I say I don't think I was far off, either....

A snip from early Jan:


It is even possible by this time next week, especially if we do not break below 3122, we will have already (if imperceptibly at this time) seen the end of the bear's grip on the market and the new bull will be here to start the long march up to the new ATH.  I think quite possibly, it's time.

Please forgive my easily bruised ego.

-Yeah I do, really do respect Lambie, kurious and HM’s calling the bottom and saying from here we gonna go forward. Smiley


-And it took us only 1365 pages (from your quoted post) to double the price from that 3122 till now Cheesy
Where will we be in another 1365 pages?

Hey Mic - thanks for indulging me.

By the way, I have a certain poster I think you might like. PM me a safe adress and I will send it to you. For services rendered to the WO, of course.

The Dude abides. And signs, on occasion....  
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May 10, 2019, 08:32:26 PM

i like how they print 'seat' on the bimbos' bottoms so they know which end is which

That sounds kinky, but:
https://www.seat.com/



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My guy Mo - Not posted much the last few days, been on top of the world.
Same here but my case was sickness. Still I am but feeling better today.

Even thought I was sick, I did not miss posting on the match day. Man! it was hell of a match the world witnessed.

We need the same in Madrid.

I have flights & hotel booked for 3 nights in Madrid. No tickets yet but I think I will end up with some. I’ve got a couple of guys who can’t go because flights & hotels are really going up in price because so many English will be descending on Madrid. Few people said I can buy theirs at inflated prices.

I will be in that stadium if it kills me.
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May 10, 2019, 08:34:31 PM
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Is John McAfee behind it? --> https://twitter.com/gotsatoshi

Countdown is active --> https://gotsatoshi.com/

Source: https://www.investinblockchain.com/satoshi-identity-to-be-unveiled-on-may-14th/

EDIT: could be a childish PR stunt of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2019 which will start next week Tuesday. Roll Eyes

https://www.coinspeaker.com/gosatoshi-satoshi-reveal-pr/

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May 10, 2019, 08:34:52 PM

Anyone having this same problem ??

The longer i’m in this BTC scene the more obsessed I get, but mainly with reaching nr’s, goals and just not thinking of selling!
Cause I don’t wanna drop in BTC Numbers Smiley
When everybody would sell off something, I Will have difficult times....

Every day I find out what a stonecold hardcore MotherF***ing Hodler I am!!!

Cheers and let friday be good as the weekend etc
This is one of the many proofs that HODL is better than halving! Because the "great" analytics of this world, can attribute you and other HODLers to the forever lost Bitcoins, which will entail further great growth!
 Great strategy
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My guy Mo - Not posted much the last few days, been on top of the world.
Same here but my case was sickness. Still I am but feeling better today.

Even thought I was sick, I did not miss posting on the match day. Man! it was hell of a match the world witnessed.

We need the same in Madrid.

Often the semi-final surpasses the final, LFC.  I think it's Liverpool's - but I don't think it can be half the match either of the semi finals were...
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May 10, 2019, 08:43:32 PM


No, just no. Next question
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ok next question. who is behind if it is not McAfee?

CSW?

EDIT: could be a childish PR stunt of CoinDesk’s Consensus 2019 which will start next week Tuesday. Roll Eyes

https://www.coinspeaker.com/gosatoshi-satoshi-reveal-pr/
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May 10, 2019, 08:54:46 PM

Was meaning to post saying we all know this has to dump soon, yes.  But this is kinda good... let's take a breath before we keep going.

Thinking of the Mayor...
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May 10, 2019, 08:59:20 PM

The weekend Wall report.


Forces are fully engaged on all fronts as bitcoin surges above $6.4k   Have no doubt gentleman we are taking it to the Bears but the war is far from over. The time has come to set up defensive positions with pike phalanxes to the center and heavy infantry ready to fill the gaps. No quarter offered, no quarter given.

That is all.

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May 10, 2019, 09:01:10 PM

Congressman Sherman is a jew

shouldn't that concern Roach? that he agrees with a jew on bitcoin


Roach's posts are entertainment.
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May 10, 2019, 09:03:27 PM

So reversing transactions is possible to help some people recover their bitcoins.
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May 10, 2019, 09:14:56 PM

If not him then Roger ver. If it isnt one it is the other. Like tweedle dee and tweedle dum.  Grin
Causing strife for the real bitcoiners of the world.

This makes a good read if you have time

Looking at the sleep schedules of when satoshi was online and craigs is proof enough for me. Cheesy
here is a little snippet from the article cause it is a long one Roll Eyes

"Satoshi Evidence and Lack Thereof"
Is it possible that Wright is somehow connected to Satoshi and the creation of Bitcoin? Well, it’s not a connection that’s (as yet) possible to disprove — and Wright appears to be counting on that.

His latest response to questions about a lack of evidence for this connection is that he won’t bend to pressure to “disclose his financial records” and that key ownership does not prove anything. Supposedly his work should be sufficient proof.

What we know and can prove is that:

He has a documented history of questionable statements and activities.
He has a history of appearing to exaggerate his academic credentials.
He has made a multitude of technical errors in his writings that call his understanding of Bitcoin and internet technology into question.
His writing style (according to text analysis) and demeanor do not appear to be the same as those of the Satoshi whose writings are archived here.
Wright once said: “I am a lawyer and this [financial law] is my area of speciality,” whereas the real Satoshi, when asked about how a financial law applied to Bitcoin, said, “I am not a lawyer and I can’t possibly answer that.”
Wright once said: “At no point have I said that Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency,” and yet Satoshi called Bitcoin a cryptocurrency on several occasions.
Wright once said that he is an “academic coder” who has no idea about “real world coding” but Satoshi has said, “I’m better with code than with words though.”
In 2008, just six months before the anonymous Satoshi Nakamoto appeared, Wright made a public post stating, “Anonymity is the shield of cowards, it is the cover used to defend their lies. My life is open and I have little care for my privacy.”
In February 2011, he seemed unaware of Bitcoin at all, as he was thinking about starting a gold-backed payment system.
In August 2011, he began to mention Bitcoin in his writings, but he called it “Bit Coin, whereas Satoshi didn’t use a space or capital C in emails or forum posts. There was one instance of “BitCoin” in the early codebase, but Satoshi himself later corrected the capitalization.
He actively bought and traded coins on Mt. Gox in 2013 and 2014.
He once asked why you would use Xs rather than zeros in a burn address. Satoshi Nakamoto invented the Base58 encoding scheme used for these addresses, which intentionally excludes numbers and letters that look similar, such as zero and the letter O.
He once claimed that Bitcoin’s block size was set in the block header (it’s not).
He once claimed that Satoshi chose the secp256k1 curve due to bi-linear pairing properties but Satoshi once said that “I didn't find anything to recommend a curve type so I just ... picked one.”
In an interview with GQ, Wright claimed, "I haven’t moved [any bitcoins]. I have sent them to Hal Finney and Zooko and that was it. Full stop." But in 2009 Satoshi Nakamoto sent 82.51 BTC to developer Mike Hearn.
He has thus far failed to provide simple cryptographic proof that he controls keys belonging to Satoshi after promising to do so.
The cryptographic “proof” he did provide has been widely debunked by numerous experts including Patrick McKenzie, Dan Kaminsky and Robert Graham.

source https://bitcoinmagazine.com/articles/op-ed-how-many-wrongs-make-wright
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May 10, 2019, 09:25:18 PM

Congressman Sherman is a jew

shouldn't that concern Roach? that he agrees with a jew on bitcoin


Roach's posts are entertainment.

https://mobile.twitter.com/cz_binance/status/1125996194734399488?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

With the help of miners, we can do what ever we want with Bitcoin network but we are not going to do it to keep the busniss runing.
Someone called roach said that miners are like banks.
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May 10, 2019, 09:27:44 PM

Nasty stop hunt on bitmex (spike down)
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May 10, 2019, 09:28:27 PM

But what if at 100k, miners reverse transactions and you find your balance with 0 BTC.
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May 10, 2019, 09:32:28 PM

So reversing transactions is possible to help some people recover their bitcoins.

The apology came fast and the reorg case was just hypothetical.

Given how much I talk, I sometimes say the wrong stuff, dirty words like “reorg”, for which I apologize. It is my strong view that our constant and transparent communication is what sets us apart from the “old way of doing things”, even and especially in tough times.
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