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Question: 9/19 Closing Price:
0 - 1 (1.6%)
<$10,000 - 3 (4.8%)
$10,000-$10,500 - 2 (3.2%)
$10,501-$11,000 - 13 (20.6%)
$11,001-$11,500 - 19 (30.2%)
$11,501-$12,000 - 8 (12.7%)
$12,001-$12,500 - 7 (11.1%)
$12,501-$13,000 - 2 (3.2%)
>$13,000 - 3 (4.8%)
>$20,000 - 5 (7.9%)
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May 29, 2019, 09:04:52 PM

The worst part is, we'll probably get to see these pumps on BSV repeatedly time-to-time because it's much easier (and cheaper) to pump it up now as it's listed only on two major exchanges, which do not usually provide big volume and have pencil-thin sell walls.

IMO, de-listing from Binance only helped BSV. It'll now be a perfect pump-dump scheme.

Sounds right to me.

Both BCH and SV are going to reach truly insulting heights at some point. They're too tempting for the pumpers and the mongs who fall for it time after time.
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May 29, 2019, 09:10:01 PM

if i were satoshi (ALL BOW BEFORE THE MIGHTY VAPOURMINER... err i mean SATOSHI) i would dump the alts and donate them to charities/research/foundations. many of the real bitcoin stash too. i mean satoshi really needs more than a million coins to be happy? jeez and i thought I was being greedy with my pitiful aspirations..
Alternate possible scenario: Satoshi foresaw the possibility of idiots perverting his system, and maintained a large reserve of coin capable of righting the wrong. #justsayin

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Satoshi wasn’t dumb enough to design a decentralized game theory that required his centralization. How can you continue to allow yourself to be scammed and fooled? Always coming back for sloppy seconds, thirds… I’ve tried to help you and @realr0ach, but both you appear to be unteachable.

Funny. Shelby had been copying me in PM on most of the recent traffic, yet neglected to include me in this one. Whatevs.

That said, it is a reasonable point. However, it kind of flies in the face of the probability that Satoshi -- whomever he/she/they may be -- likely has ownership of something on the order of 1Million BTC, BCH, BSV, BTG, etc... Exercised or not, the option remains a locus of centralization.

Nevermind the fact the Shelby has from time to time reversed tack on things he was adamant were settled gospel. I respect him, his intellect, and his reasoning skills. But I gotta go with what I see, not outsource my vision to others.

Lastly, that bon mot was just a devil's advocate response to vapourminer's flight of fancy.
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May 29, 2019, 09:10:33 PM

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The worst part is, we'll probably get to see these pumps on BSV repeatedly time-to-time because it's much easier (and cheaper) to pump it up now as it's listed only on two major exchanges, which do not usually provide big volume and have pencil-thin sell walls.

IMO, de-listing from Binance only helped BSV. It'll now be a perfect pump-dump scheme.

Sounds right to me.

Both BCH and SV are going to reach truly insulting heights at some point. They're too tempting for the pumpers and the mongs who fall for it time after time.

I hope that "some point" comes soon. I personally think that it'd take years (and I hope that I'm wrong, the sooner we get rid of these scammy forks the better).
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May 29, 2019, 09:12:38 PM
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How do you like your



I like my Lightlife Smart Bacon in Bacon Style.  Roll Eyes
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May 29, 2019, 09:15:46 PM

Alright people, don't panic.... But we have 3 people who don't like bacon.


Calmly, and quietly...... Load your rifles.

as long as they aren't cannibals, they eat what ever they want... but I understand your point of view... no liking bacon is suspicious... no mercy against the fanatical vegan who want to criminalize meat tasting !!! Vegans should be used as fertilizers to make the pasture greener for tender meat Smiley

do you eat horse bacon?

vegan eat precious grass !!! they are in competition with cows... and as the life of a cow is worth many time more than a vegan, the choice is made, for them, and against their will !

Long live the Wild furry Cows !

My daughter-in-law is a kosher vegetarian. With the sole exception of being a bacon fanatic.

I swear to Yehovah.
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May 29, 2019, 09:16:31 PM

if a vegan gives you a blowjob is she expelled from the cult or what?

Only if she swallows.









(yes, I knew you were fishing for that obvious response)
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May 29, 2019, 09:17:27 PM

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5117367.msg51254985#msg51254985
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This really made me laugh, THX kenzawak Cheesy
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May 29, 2019, 09:23:00 PM

do you eat horse bacon?

You had my interest, now you have my attention.

I have never tried it but now I don't know if I can hold out another day without knowing the taste... Is it good?

My first visit to Japan, co-workers took me out for a proper night of Japanese co-worker carousing. Was enjoying plenty yummy foods, along with the free-flowing beers, sakes, and highballs. I think they got on a wink-wink tack of 'freak out the foreigner'. Food got odder and odder. No problem. At horse sushi, several others begged off.

Wasn't bad at all. Must have been colt.
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May 29, 2019, 09:28:24 PM

Lamb Bacon, yummy Cheesy

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May 29, 2019, 09:34:06 PM
Last edit: May 29, 2019, 11:21:08 PM by vapourminer

What kind of delusional mental gymnastics does it require to view Satoshi re-establishing the supremacy of his initial design -- after it had been shanghaied by a cabal of latecomers who almost to a man decided early on that Bitcoin would never work -- as being either 'at the slightest whim' or 'his own benefit'? That's rather insane.

so hes butthurt. time to act like a 5 year old and throw a temper tantrum and hurt a large number of innocent people by crashing the value of the coins they bought by selling that chain to buy his. now thats ok, they are his. and the price will naturally take a dive, thats normal too. but the 51% attack so they cant even move them until he says they can is simply vindictive. it will prevent innocents from getting out with minimum damage. he wants to drive the other chains coins to zero and do it while no one can get their coins out to an exchange to exchange to something else.

scorched earth?

seems when there should be many other ways he can handle this without causing a lot of innocent coin holders a world of hurt, well thats just a whim to me. no other reason seems to fit.

guess i dont think like him, luckily.

bsv will "follow all laws" i think he mentions too (correct me if im wrong). you know, so clawbacks, confiscation and blocking funds can be done by those countries. which countries? USA? Venezuela? UK? China? Russia?

Yet -- if it is CSW's utterances to which you refer -- he advocates a return to the protocol enshrined upon release of 0.1 in perpetuity. If you can find some way to explain how that design -- a permissionless one at that -- can be used to implement clawbacks, confiscation, and blocking funds, I'm all ears.

found this at his blog.
https://craigwright.net/blog/bitcoin-blockchain-tech/shades-of-black/

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Possession of a key is not evidence of ownership. It was never the intent of Bitcoin. It is the intent of people like Greg Maxwell, James Donald, and others who seek a system that acts outside the law. If you have a stolen asset, possession doesn’t make it yours. It applies to Bitcoin equally. If bitcoin is stolen through stolen keys, they do not give the receiver ownership. They do not act as proof. In monetary law, money is fungible and transferable only when it is exchanged without knowledge of fraud or malpractice and for good consideration. It is critical. To be money, Bitcoin does not rely on the mere possession of keys, which is the aim and desire of those seeking a new version of Liberty Reserve coin or e-gold. There are some who will tell you that the mere possession of a key is definitive evidence. They are avoiding the rules of evidence and courts, and seek to alter their nature.

sure sounds like a blacklisting of some sort. some coins will not be allowed to move via private key when some criteria/law is broken.

perhaps im misunderstanding. i seek clarity.
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May 29, 2019, 09:37:10 PM

Ok just cause y'all bacon enthusiasts ..... I have to say some of my days of eating that....


I loved my bacon thin and crispy AF coming with some goat cheese and honey or something, gonna need to watch myself for not switching back to tha meat Roll Eyes
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May 29, 2019, 09:43:04 PM

Ok just cause y'all bacon enthusiasts ..... I have to say some of my days of eating that....


I loved my bacon thin and crispy AF coming with some goat cheese and honey or something, gonna need to watch myself for not switching back to tha meat Roll Eyes

Goose, do you ever wonder if life is too short to deny yourself the pleasures of meat? At least have some meat with your WO friends to celebrate at the 100k party next month Cheesy
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May 29, 2019, 09:45:24 PM

Jbreher let's clear the air, do you believe Craig is Satoshi?
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May 29, 2019, 09:46:20 PM

Ok just cause y'all bacon enthusiasts ..... I have to say some of my days of eating that....


I loved my bacon thin and crispy AF coming with some goat cheese and honey or something, gonna need to watch myself for not switching back to tha meat Roll Eyes

Goose, do you ever wonder if life is too short to deny yourself the pleasures of meat? At least have some meat with your WO friends to celebrate at the 100k party next month Cheesy



Now thats a statement/prediction Cheesy
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May 29, 2019, 09:47:13 PM
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Jbreher let's clear the air, do you believe Craig is Satoshi?

Yeah, no pussy footing around the issue, jbreher. Don’t answer like a politician!

Yes or No !
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May 29, 2019, 09:59:27 PM

Tight Bollinger Bands on 4-hr - expect a major move soon:

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May 29, 2019, 10:03:37 PM

https://usethebitcoin.com/grayscale-bitcoin-trust-accumulates-11236-bitcoin-in-april-alone-how-can-this-affect-bitcoins-price/

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Damn I would like to accumulate those kinda coin a month Grin
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There is the sense of coiling as we near the end of the month that was present at the end of March and April. I wonder if the outcome will be similar.

I suspect that we will see more consolidation in the range we are in and maybe even down to the $7k to 8k range as we enter June.

Now I could be completely wrong, we could hit the first of the month and blow upwards through vegeta levels but I think it would be short lived.

A couple months spent consolidating in this range would be good imho.

It's is however best to do your own research.

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May 29, 2019, 10:15:24 PM

Jbreher let's clear the air, do you believe Craig is Satoshi?

Yeah, no pussy footing around the issue, jbreher. Don’t answer like a politician!

Yes or No !

Plants stealing your oxygen at night but this is what you're worried about?

Obviously Craig is not Satoshi but he is also not not schizophrenic and doesn't not need psychological help.
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May 29, 2019, 10:17:42 PM

I think Craig Wright being Satoshi(part of the team, even he does not claim to be the only member who created bitcoin) would be good for Bitcoin. It would show that it has evolved to the point where even a founder cant fuck it up. We also know the tulip trust is a lie bc the addresses werent his so id rather him be part of Satoshi and not have the coins then another person be Satoshi, have the coins, and possibly dump on our heads one day.
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