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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
None - 19 (19.6%)
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100% - 8 (8.2%)
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June 03, 2019, 06:43:16 AM


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Case in point. Don't know why I don't have you on ignore yet. Problem solved.

Maybe u wannted to learn sth ?

Good - drop back into the PoSM cloud .
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June 03, 2019, 06:44:15 AM

Jbreher is a BCash scammer.

100% fake. Undecided

Haha. What -- exactly -- are you claiming with your assertion of "100% fake"?
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June 03, 2019, 06:45:00 AM

Btw almost HODLsleep time in a new unfamiliar bed ..... hope it HODLs along with me!

That Said BTC at 8704

So 93,296$ to the 100K event gogo (we BTC’ers are planning good on time ) Cheesy

Your math sucks.  

You better go to hodl sleep.   Wink

Lol, don't blame the guy.

could be beer-wine talking. Cheesy

He (and his team) seem to know how to use their phones to take a sufficient number of pictures.

Usually, the calculator function is within reach, too.  Am I NOT rite?

I know what you did here Bro:D

He and Crypto Queen are in one team, and rightly so, the happy couple are supposed to be like that, but if you are implying that Mic hires many peeps only to posts in his behalf or something then with due respect, I don't think so.

WO attracts different sets of peoples. Some express their feeling with long-intelligent posts, some with sarcastic comments, a couple of users show their emotions with grumpy comments, some butthurt and there is Mic who share his happy moments with his virtual WO's family ( as roach says " Instagram updates Cheesy) that's a beauty of this thread.

Good point about the Calculator Cheesy
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June 03, 2019, 06:45:19 AM

... and they seemed to have gotten their asses handed to them, the bitcoin naysayer nutjobs, no? 

No.

I would have thought going from 0.18 BTC or whatever it was to 0.05 or whatever it is counts as having your ass handed to you, but I'm not up to date on the new math.
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... and they seemed to have gotten their asses handed to them, the bitcoin naysayer nutjobs, no?  

No.

I would have thought going from 0.18 BTC or whatever it was to 0.05 or whatever it is counts as having your ass handed to you, but I'm not up to date on the new math.

If that trend continues after the next blockalypse, I might have some egg on my face. Otherwise, nope. Sorry.

Incidentally, my biggest buy in was 15:1.
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June 03, 2019, 06:51:44 AM

Btw almost HODLsleep time in a new unfamiliar bed ..... hope it HODLs along with me!

That Said BTC at 8704

So 93,296$ to the 100K event gogo (we BTC’ers are planning good on time ) Cheesy

Your math sucks.  

You better go to hodl sleep.   Wink

Lol, don't blame the guy.

could be beer-wine talking. Cheesy

He (and his team) seem to know how to use their phones to take a sufficient number of pictures.

Usually, the calculator function is within reach, too.  Am I NOT rite?

I know what you did here Bro:D

He and Crypto Queen are in one team, and rightly so, the happy couple are supposed to be like that, but if you are implying that Mic hires many peeps only to posts in his behalf or something then with due respect, I don't think so.

WO attracts different sets of peoples. Some express their feeling with long-intelligent posts, some with sarcastic comments, a couple of users show their emotions with grumpy comments, some butthurt and there is Mic who share his happy moments with his virtual WO's family ( as roach says " Instagram updates Cheesy) that's a beauty of this thread.

Good point about the Calculator Cheesy

mic is a top guy, I don’t know what Jay means when he says mic has a team?

I literally met him & cryptoqueeen 2 days ago. I don’t know what I expected them to be like but they’re really cool people, friendly, looking forward to seeing them again in the future.
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June 03, 2019, 06:53:35 AM

You took your sweet time because it took nearly a year to hit 0.066
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My first ever avatar.

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June 03, 2019, 07:06:34 AM

Can any of the segwit shills explain why segwit is better than a simple blocksize increase? Never seen anyone even try, and until such time I continue to maintain that segwit was a mistake.
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June 03, 2019, 07:20:10 AM

Indeed my math did suck yesterday, gonna try again...

Damn 91,568$ until the 100,000K party

goodmorning WO-members F*** 6 pages or something ... had a quick look on my phone and damn XhomerX was being productive Cheesy Nice HATs!!!!
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June 03, 2019, 07:24:15 AM

Can any of the segwit shills explain why segwit is better than a simple blocksize increase? Never seen anyone even try, and until such time I continue to maintain that segwit was a mistake.

IMO segwit channels are only useful as something like a backend arb device between exchanges, not for end users.  The only endgame network topology of the Lightning Network is a system where you have a single channel open with a bank that routes all your transactions.  For Lightning Network not to have been a trojan horse scam, it would have required routing be a native feature like how mixing is a native Monero feature.  As it stands right now, anyone shilling for Lightning Network is shilling for 'the man', or 'the Jew' as the case may be.  As if Blockstream launching a satellite wasn't a dead giveaway it's backed by (((big money interests))).
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Afaik transaction malleability breaks LN.  So Segwit is necessary for LN as it fixes transaction malleability.  Also BIP 114 for MAST requires Segwit.

Meanwhile roach confuses LN and Liquid.


Edit:  no need to take my word for it.  This is what Andreas says:



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June 03, 2019, 07:26:48 AM

BTC= playing with r0ach, drops a little bit And he instant bites of-course Roll Eyes

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June 03, 2019, 07:30:56 AM

Meanwhile roach confuses LN and Liquid.

No, I did not.  I made the statement payment channels are only useful as something like a backend exchange arb mechanism.  A proprietary financial tool and not something relevant to normal people.  Since routing is not both blinded and a mandatory, forced function of LN, it was always going to be a trojan horse scam to put people right back in the existing permissioned ledger banking system.  

Since opening channels would be retardedly expensive with mainstream adoption, the only functional way to do business is to route all your transactions through a bank that already have channels to everywhere relevant configured and enough liquidity to operate them since funds locked in different channels are not fungible with one another.  Hell, it's not even a good system for banks in practice, worse than what they already have.  Regardless, shilling for the Lightning Network is nothing more than shilling for the cashless society slavery system the bankers have espoused to want to force you into.
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June 03, 2019, 07:33:40 AM

Afaik transaction malleability breaks LN.  So Segwit is necessary for LN as it fixes transaction malleability.  Also BIP 114 for MAST requires Segwit.

Meanwhile roach confuses LN and Liquid.



Nope, u could impl LN also on BSV Wink
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If satoshi had wanted changes in bitcoin, he would have stuck around past 2010.

Perhaps. But he left. And rather than no changes, we had The SegWit Omnibus Changeset rammed down our throats. The biggest change ever to happen to the Bitcoin Protocol. Well, since being invented to begin with.

Segwit was a great thing to get passed, locked in and then implemented.  Bitcoin has been bullish as fuck since it beat the fuck out of those naysayers who were then (in mid 2017) calling for its demise due to NO plans for BIG BLOCKs... and they seemed to have gotten their asses handed to them, the bitcoin naysayer nutjobs, no?  Even though they are not dead yet, and the various shitcoiners and bitcoin attack vectors seem likely to pump again on the coattails of BIG DADDY, bitcoin.

Am I NOT koreck?

Segwit was the shitcoin created - and got Support only from ano anarcho speculants yet.

No buisness for P2P cash or even the funny new store of value Feature ever adopted it - and never will

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You are the one living in a cloud if you cannot recognize the advancements of segwit, including backwards compatibility and increases in options that allow a decent array of building upon bitcoin....

So, in terms of the use of the term "shitcoin," you must be getting mixed up.  There was no additional coin created, and in the bitcoin world, we tend to refer to other coins as shitcoins, not bitcoin.  Segwit became an  integral part of bitcoin, starting in August 2017. 

I am sure that you were there, complaining the whole time and refusing to recognize reality... I remember you posting a bunch of nonsense shit back then, and you continue with the same kinds of deluded nonsensical and misinforming posts.  Since you don't seem to believe in bitcoin, then why you hanging out in these bitcoin threads?  Just to distract us with phoney baloney?  Hopefully you are getting paid well for your time to post negative information about a project that you, apparently, don't believe in.
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June 03, 2019, 07:37:22 AM

Now you are starting to make sense $10k/head is definitely doable and mic did the math pretty perfectly $300-400k can buy pretty much anything you'd ask in a party. (not beyonce sorry)

*I am still OK with the second option, drinking Beer Grin. Don't like to get dressed for parties.

Those 10k tickets are only $845 if you buy it today and leave it in escrow   Wink

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Afaik transaction malleability breaks LN.  So Segwit is necessary for LN as it fixes transaction malleability.  Also BIP 114 for MAST requires Segwit.

Meanwhile roach confuses LN and Liquid.



Nope, u could impl LN also on BSV Wink

 I don't think BSV has LN?
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Afaik transaction malleability breaks LN.  So Segwit is necessary for LN as it fixes transaction malleability.  Also BIP 114 for MAST requires Segwit.

Meanwhile roach confuses LN and Liquid.


Edit:  no need to take my word for it.  This is what Andreas says:




And what is the practical use of LN? Why is LN "necessary"? And what even is MAST?
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