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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 27 (20.3%)
1-10% - 18 (13.5%)
11-20% - 15 (11.3%)
21-30% - 19 (14.3%)
31-40% - 7 (5.3%)
41-50% - 14 (10.5%)
51-60% - 9 (6.8%)
61-70% - 5 (3.8%)
71-80% - 4 (3%)
81-90% - 2 (1.5%)
91-99% - 3 (2.3%)
100% - 10 (7.5%)
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May 24, 2019, 05:03:01 PM

I might get my hat made seeing as though I wear an avatar for bitcasino.io in their sig campaign.

Watch this space Wink
I already have a hat but still I did not have the privilege to wear it and the reason is same like you 😉 By the way, thanks to bitcasino for those BTC they send me weekly 🙂
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I might get my hat made seeing as though I wear an avatar for bitcasino.io in their sig campaign.

Watch this space Wink
I already have a hat but still I did not have the privilege to wear it and the reason is same like you 😉 By the way, thanks to bitcasino for those BTC they send me weekly 🙂


there is only one version of bitcoin backed by hats ===>

http://abe.getbitcoininstant.org:2750/chain/Instant

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(Big image > https://i.imgur.com/gurcVmQ.jpg )

Good job !!! xhomerx10

Welcome $8,000 and update Hats.

xhomerx10's portfolio getting bigger and beautiful.

2-3 hats are standing out in this list and dominating others. @asche @rjclarke2000, @icygreen, @JJG

@fillippone checked your "Ranking up is possible" thread. Pretty impressive bro. I was under impression that you were very old user of this forum Cheesy
Nobody is talking about my hat 😉
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May 24, 2019, 05:06:14 PM

I might get my hat made seeing as though I wear an avatar for bitcasino.io in their sig campaign.

Watch this space Wink
I already have a hat but still I did not have the privilege to wear it and the reason is same like you 😉 By the way, thanks to bitcasino for those BTC they send me weekly 🙂


0.02BTC a week is better than a slap in the face.

I must have earnt about 7 or 8 bitcoin’s from sig campaign’s over the years, maybe more. I can’t be bothered to work it out.
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May 24, 2019, 05:06:53 PM
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What market? Internet access?
Yup. In huge swathes of the world where it wasn't accessible before.
Improved bandwidth at good ping times for every home that is not yet connected directly to glass-fibre. Plus anything without a fixed location.
Similar to the Iridium network, but with many more satellites at much lower altitude, to provide more bandwidth and lower latency.
The first 60 v0.9 sats only relay via (local) ground stations, but Starlink is designed to have laser-based communication and routing directly between sats, so it doesn't really matter where the ground stations are and laser in vacuum travels faster than light in glass. Internet via geostationary satellites need to go 38000 km op and down (and always route via ground stations), Starlink just 400 km up/down.
The phase-array antenna chips and rest of the satellites is designed and build by SpaceX, and they use there own (re-used) rocket first stages and recovered payload fairings. Will be a while before competitors reach that level of vertical cost reductions.
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May 24, 2019, 05:14:04 PM

What market? Internet access?
Yup. In huge swathes of the world where it wasn't accessible before.
Improved bandwidth at good ping times for every home that is not yet connected directly to glass-fibre. Plus anything without a fixed location.
Similar to the Iridium network, but with many more satellites at much lower altitude, to provide more bandwidth and lower latency.
The first 60 v0.9 sats only relay via (local) ground stations, but Starlink is designed to have laser-based communication and routing directly between sats, so it doesn't really matter where the ground stations are and laser in vacuum travels faster than light in glass. Internet via geostationary satellites need to go 38000 km op and down (and always route via ground stations), Starlink just 400 km up/down.
The phase-array antenna chips and rest of the satellites is designed and build by SpaceX, and they use there own (re-used) rocket first stages and recovered payload fairings. Will be a while before competitors reach that level of vertical cost reductions.

Ground stations are a limitation. I would have preferred something that could be received by a small local antenna, like HD-TV. price needs to be lower as well.
I am tired of getting bamboozled by the local cable monopolist.
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May 24, 2019, 05:14:54 PM

weeeeeeeee

 I'm trying to figure out why I haven't put you on ignore yet.

 This insipid post of yours is a pretty decent contender, if you're shouting "Timber!" at this time.

I find him/her amusing for some reason.
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May 24, 2019, 05:18:08 PM
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I might get my hat made seeing as though I wear an avatar for bitcasino.io in their sig campaign.

Watch this space Wink
I already have a hat but still I did not have the privilege to wear it and the reason is same like you 😉 By the way, thanks to bitcasino for those BTC they send me weekly 🙂


0.02BTC a week is better than a slap in the face.

I must have earnt about 7 or 8 bitcoin’s from sig campaign’s over the years, maybe more. I can’t be bothered to work it out.

It's hard to argue with that. That could end up being $millions. I still consider joining one occasionally.



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May 24, 2019, 05:22:36 PM

In case nobody posted it yet:

100 million Tethers just got printed

https://twitter.com/trueusdprinter/status/1131957806029058052?s=19


Pump it  Grin

Edit:

Could be wrong actually, trying to find out
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May 24, 2019, 05:25:32 PM

What market? Internet access?

Yup. In huge swathes of the world where it wasn't accessible before.

A few companies tried to enter that market already and gone bankrupt, like Iridium.

Big costs, not enough paying customers.

A few fishing boats will not bring additional 30 billion a year revenue.
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May 24, 2019, 05:27:35 PM

Ground stations are a limitation. I would have preferred something that could be received by a small local antenna, like HD-TV. price needs to be lower as well.
I am tired of getting bamboozled by the local cable monopolist.
The ground stations are only for connecting the satellite network to the rest of the internet. SpaceX is aiming for a "pizza box sized" phased array antenna for end-users. The phased array tracks satellites without moving parts and uninterrupted switch-over. If you have ever spotted the international spaces station with a similar altitude, that is how fast the Starlink sats will move overhead.
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May 24, 2019, 05:33:55 PM



Good Afternoon.

Your post missing something " What did I miss?"

Are you hacked?


Luckily not yet 🤪

I know you were waiting for it. So, what have I missed in the last few hours?

Nah bhai Cheesy

In last few hours not much but I suggest that don't skip last 5-10 pages. its better to read yourself. some life lessons and keep your mind open because for some peeps it could be normal stuff but for majority its not.

Normal for those who witnessed worst things in their life. 
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May 24, 2019, 05:35:16 PM

I might get my hat made seeing as though I wear an avatar for bitcasino.io in their sig campaign.

Watch this space Wink
I already have a hat but still I did not have the privilege to wear it and the reason is same like you 😉 By the way, thanks to bitcasino for those BTC they send me weekly 🙂


0.02BTC a week is better than a slap in the face.

I must have earnt about 7 or 8 bitcoin’s from sig campaign’s over the years, maybe more. I can’t be bothered to work it out.
Just consider the bitcasino one. 0.02BTC times 52 weeks and that 1.04BTC a year.

Sometimes I feel this urge to wear the WO hat but then again I tell myself every satoshi counts for the future and when it's free then just take it. I also feel honored to wear this sig by the way. I mean look at the campaign we are only five here. It's a privilege too.
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May 24, 2019, 05:36:33 PM

Someone paid a $17,000 Litecoin transaction fee. Shocked

https://blockchair.com/litecoin/transaction/2aa61f5b0a36e521a88b33d74a8d985c73ce881b0e28abdfd2f0d74ed7104fda
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May 24, 2019, 05:37:37 PM

I might get my hat made seeing as though I wear an avatar for bitcasino.io in their sig campaign.

Watch this space Wink
I already have a hat but still I did not have the privilege to wear it and the reason is same like you 😉 By the way, thanks to bitcasino for those BTC they send me weekly 🙂


0.02BTC a week is better than a slap in the face.

I must have earnt about 7 or 8 bitcoin’s from sig campaign’s over the years, maybe more. I can’t be bothered to work it out.

It's hard to argue with that. That could end up being $millions. I still consider joining one occasionally.




Very true. Imagine bitcoins in the moon, lets say $100k. That's an annual salary of a top rated job.
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May 24, 2019, 05:38:22 PM


Wow, I thought I was an idiot sending over $50 as a fee moving 1.25BTC last week.

Didn’t Roger Ver send a 1 million USD fee once Grin
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May 24, 2019, 05:38:59 PM

LOL again those high paying tx. I think these are planned job.
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Wow, I thought I was an idiot sending over $50 as a fee moving 1.25BTC last week.

Didn’t Roger Ver send a 1 million USD fee once Grin
Eh, you know what I do?
I set 2 sat/B and give it few days to confirm LOL
I get lucky most of the time. They get confirmed in 24 to 48 hours.
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May 24, 2019, 05:42:38 PM


Just consider the bitcasino one. 0.02BTC times 52 weeks and that 1.04BTC a year.

Sometimes I feel this urge to wear the WO hat but then again I tell myself every satoshi counts for the future and when it's free then just take it. I also feel honored to wear this sig by the way. I mean look at the campaign we are only five here. It's a privilege too.

Funny thing, I see no campaign for you...so I don't see how it could possibly work (for the advertizer).
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