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Question: Closing BTC Price June 28:
$0 - 5 (3.3%)
<$7,000 - 4 (2.6%)
$7,000-$7,499 - 0 (0%)
$7,500-$7,999 - 0 (0%)
$8,000-$8,499 - 1 (0.7%)
$8,500-$8,999 - 3 (2%)
$9,000-$9,499 - 4 (2.6%)
$9,500-$9,999 - 26 (17.2%)
$10,000-$10,499 - 23 (15.2%)
$10,500-10,999 - 12 (7.9%)
$11,000-$11,499 - 14 (9.3%)
$11,500-$12,000 - 14 (9.3%)
>$12,000 - 32 (21.2%)
>$20,000 - 13 (8.6%)
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May 11, 2019, 08:03:20 PM

Made so much money today, gonna splash out on a new car.



Sadly I bought my latest car last week just before this rise. It's a very exciting 12 yr old Ford that I bought from a dealer who told me he had borderline personality disorder the moment I arrived. He had to keep leaving the room when I asked him aggravating questions like when the oil was last changed. 

I'm going to drive it to the Arctic Circle and above.




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the entire blockchain on your mobile phone? wow. let´s hope they sell a lot of them. good news!

This would be ok.


Been thinking about micro sats...   With Starlink coming there is a opportunity to piggyback thousands of full broadcast nodes into orbit. Interesting times indeed.


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I've had plenty of fancy cars in the past. It's fully out of my system.

These days I want something that works, is disposable and doesn't have too much of the previous owner's faecal matter or sperm all over the interior.

As for this phone, what of the data usage?
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May 11, 2019, 08:06:32 PM

Bear hunt?

That hadn't occurred to me. I was expecting to smack into an elk and die trundling up there. I might change my plans now.

You'd better change them. Anne Elk is a great chum of mine (and a great theoretician), and I'll do the smacking tyvm.

And your own theorizing, which is to say, the theory which is yours...
My theory is along the following lines.
All spikes are thin at one end, not NOT thicker in the middle, and then thin again at the far end. That is the theory that I have and which is mine, and what it is too.
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the entire blockchain on your mobile phone? wow. let´s hope they sell a lot of them. good news!
They must have a different concept of a full node. Last time I looked, the block thingy was some 264 GB. Maybe a pruning node?
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May 11, 2019, 08:09:15 PM

Despite your protestations, you have utterly failed -- in any manner whatsoever -- to describe any core plan for dealing with the negative effects of full blocks.

You are not the boss of me. 

True. You're gonna do what you're gonna do. And you're not gonna do what you're not gonna do. One of those items on the latter list would appear to be to provide a description of the core plan for dealing with the negative effects of full blocks. For you have yet to do so, despite your repeated false statements that you already have.
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For low security transactions:  https://blockstream.com/2019/05/08/en-liquid-new-members-and-integrations/

Ah yes. The Core plan is to pay Blockstream for the privilege of using Blockstream's proprietary, permissioned so-called 'sidechain' (and falsely labeled as such, I might add) - a consequence mandated by Blockstream's crippling of the underlying public permissionless blockchain. If Blockstream doesn't kick you off Blockstream's said proprietary permissioned so-called 'sidechain'.

That's what you're going with?

There will be a world of competing second layer solutions, Lightning and Liquid will be among them

The bar to entry is low so just about anyone will be able to spin up a competing second level solution.  Network effects, as always, will remain valuable.

Perhaps the Visa network will build its own version of Liquid.  
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May 11, 2019, 08:11:29 PM

I've had plenty of fancy cars in the past. It's fully out of my system.

These days I want something that works, is disposable and doesn't have too much of the previous owner's faecal matter or sperm all over the interior.

As for this phone, what of the data usage?

its always the trip my friend...f*ck the destination.


You could look here.

You're going to want to read Running A Full Node | Minimum Requirements:
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An unmetered connection, a connection with high upload limits, or a connection you regularly monitor to ensure it doesn’t exceed its upload limits. It’s common for full nodes on high-speed connections to use 200 gigabytes upload or more a month. Download usage is around 20 gigabytes a month, plus around an additional 140 gigabytes the first time you start your node.

Take take your examples: 10 TB would be 30 Mbit/s on average, and enough to feed around 1,000 full clients. That's a lot!
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May 11, 2019, 08:12:34 PM

If it's got GSM, the NSA has your info/key, if they care to. They backdoored GSM for your safety.
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The EXODUS 1 was designed to let users maintain their own private keys, which in turn formed the basis for this next move
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May 11, 2019, 08:13:48 PM


the entire blockchain on your mobile phone? wow. let´s hope they sell a lot of them. good news!
They must have a different concept of a full node. Last time I looked, the block thingy was some 264 GB. Maybe a pruning node?

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“The bitcoin blockchain is about 200 [gigabytes], and it’s growing about 60 gigs per year. And those numbers are reasonable to hold on a smartphone. Imagine the iPod with 256 gigs … of course the music fan wants to keep the whole music library but the crypto fan wants to keep the whole bitcoin blockchain.”

sounds like a real full node. somewhat hard to believe.
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May 11, 2019, 08:14:56 PM

sounds like a real full node. somewhat hard to believe.

There are 1TB Samsungs out there. They sure aren't budget.


You could look here.

Vastly more than the average contract and unless you keep it on all the time in an area with signal you're going to have to wait to sync before you can pay for that hand relief you promised yourself.
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May 11, 2019, 08:18:44 PM

CME BTC futures last-trade date on May 31st.


Crypto volatility typically moves around the time of futures expirations. With CBOE having backed off from BTC futures for the time being, the date of CME’s futures expiration may potentially impact volatility more than usual.

Still waiting SEC - 16 may
VanEck SolidX Bitcoin Trust - 21 may

https://blog.sfox.com/the-sfox-crypto-volatility-report-april-2019-272d16ca329c
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sounds like a real full node. somewhat hard to believe.

There are 1TB Samsungs out there. They sure aren't budget.


You could look here.

Vastly more than the average contract and unless you keep it on all the time in an area with signal you're going to have to wait to sync before you can pay for that hand relief you promised yourself.




temporary problems with solutions already in development. my hand relief channel is fully funded...thank you. that is all.
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Also since I've seen some others do it and I have yuge humbleness.

Triple post inc. I've been printing money with altcoins the past few days, this very well may be the precursor for the next Bitcorn bull-run. The more alt-coins rally with Bitcorn down the more people will catch wind of what is going on and get interested in getting large amounts of Bitcorn to buy shitcoins with. Perhaps the winter won't be as long and cold as it seemed up until now.

Have I mentioned that I am the most humblest.

I think Marcus trumped all claims earlier on...   And he's not known for his humility, so you needn't worry, you probably have a decent shot at the humility prize, for what it's worth Wink
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May 11, 2019, 09:31:47 PM

Equally interesting, Litecoin popped to 90. Rally may have legs....
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the entire blockchain on your mobile phone? wow. let´s hope they sell a lot of them. good news!
Yeah let's run a node on a piece of spyware, what could possibly go wrong.
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https://twitter.com/JacobCanfield/status/1127195454674997248
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the entire blockchain on your mobile phone? wow. let´s hope they sell a lot of them. good news!
Yeah let's run a node on a piece of spyware, what could possibly go wrong.
Nothing will go wrong. You need to consider who adversaries are, what they might gain, etc. It is perfectly okay to run a node on a mobile phone. Actually, running your own node on a phone would be a significant security improvement in comparison to SPV wallets.
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May 11, 2019, 09:48:31 PM


new highs everywhere
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7k achieved breached now on the big tether markets - Bitfinex and Binance
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