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Question: How much of your corn do you plan on cashing out in the next massive bull run?
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100% - 10 (7.6%)
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June 04, 2019, 12:37:39 PM

BTC= so undervalued!
Happy BTCday to you WO bro! Wink
Hoping you can wear the vegeta hat sooner then later on this fourth quarter of the year. Cool
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1 BTC =
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June 04, 2019, 12:48:55 PM

1BTC =1 BTC
I laughed at this identity in the beginning, but when You get the deepest meaning of such, You are joining the enlightened ones.

 It's amusing to me, how Bitcoin was instrumental in allowing me to retire early. Now that I'm not mining any more, and living well within our means, I'm slowly becoming a degenerate dip-buyer out of sheer boredom.

 Feeling very blessed.

 If it drops below $7,500, I'll buy another chunk.

You are a true hero to me.
HODLING is a behavioural attitude.
Hodling when investment made returns in the order of 100x means you still se where the value stands.
You might have a couple of Lambos in your parking, but if you still buy the dips, this means you are still feet well planted on the ground.
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June 04, 2019, 12:51:50 PM

Thx for the Bday wishes, getting FOOD orgasmes every second  Shocked

@Jimbo, update you’re avatar, XhomerX  Made an insane cool update Cheesy
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It's amusing to me, how Bitcoin was instrumental in allowing me to retire early. Now that I'm not mining any more, and living well within our means, I'm slowly becoming a degenerate dip-buyer out of sheer boredom.

 Feeling very blessed.

 If it drops below $7,500, I'll buy another chunk.

Living happily ever after is fun, isn't it?
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June 04, 2019, 01:03:29 PM

I'm slowly becoming a degenerate dip-buyer out of sheer boredom.

Life is short, get busy!
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June 04, 2019, 01:03:48 PM

The news you might have missed from WWDC:

Apple Publishes Bitcoin Icons & ‘CryptoKit’; iPhone Crypto Wallet Coming?

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CryptoKit provides developers with a new toolkit for cryptographic functionality. It means app developers can integrate operations like hashing, key generation, and encryption. In particular, CryptoKit will facilitate the use of public and private key management.

“Use public-key cryptography to create and evaluate digital signatures, and to perform key exchange. In addition to working with keys stored in memory, you can also use private keys stored in and managed by the Secure Enclave.”


Apple put a lot of focus on privacy: can we trust them turning every iphone into an Hardware Wallet?
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Canada supposedly bans anyone from the US with a DUI from entering, but millions of brown people from 3rd world countries who they have no idea the history of is okay.

I don't know if the "supposed" ban on drunken drivers is true but the USA definitely bans anyone with a cannabis conviction arrest.

Personally, I'd rather have a dozen harmless potheads than even one dangerous drunken driver.

As for "brown people from 3rd world countries", does my girlfriend count?

She's got ten times more brains than you, you clueless moron.
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My apologies to all for quoting the troll but I couldn't let this one slide.
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June 04, 2019, 01:27:33 PM

4th Juni, Bday Hat.....
Thx Cryptoqueeen, my true love!
Now Azurmendi.

 The dichotomy of you being tatted up, living the high-life with your presumably attractive mate, eating at the finest establishments, makes me wonder how much "attitude" you get from snooty restaurant staff, who may look down upon such dermal adornments.

 In such situations, where I find that folk are judgmental of myself and Rick as a couple, I internalize "Shut the fuck up before I crush you under the weight of my bank account, you cretin. Reservation for two. Please seat us immediately, sir/ma'am"

 The world is strange.

 Happy Birthday.

Haha thx, no one ever noticed the BTC roller, the dude has been noticed before

And you’re absolutely right me mate = attractive Cheesy
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Hehe 8K Cheesy
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June 04, 2019, 01:46:49 PM
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4th Juni, Bday Hat.....
Thx Cryptoqueeen, my true love!
Now Azurmendi.

 The dichotomy of you being tatted up, living the high-life with your presumably attractive mate, eating at the finest establishments, makes me wonder how much "attitude" you get from snooty restaurant staff, who may look down upon such dermal adornments.

 In such situations, where I find that folk are judgmental of myself and Rick as a couple, I internalize "Shut the fuck up before I crush you under the weight of my bank account, you cretin. Reservation for two. Please seat us immediately, sir/ma'am"

 The world is strange.

 Happy Birthday.

They are both also pretty good looking. Establishments probably assume they are actors/singers/sports or some other wealthy professions where the "dermal adornments" are pretty standard. Which is some other type of judgemental though....

Also, sometimes it is oneself who think people are being judgemental when they really aren't/don't give a shit. I know because I have sometimes felt like that and maybe it was just me.... I am sure mic and his GF just don't give a shit and just enjoy life without a second thought about this little concerns. My kudos to them.
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June 04, 2019, 01:53:28 PM

4th Juni, Bday Hat.....
Thx Cryptoqueeen, my true love!
Now Azurmendi.

Another year F***!!
Time flies and life is too short.
Bon appetit, cheers.

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Gonna start the Bday Pick Nick Cheesy

Meanwhile GoGoGo Bitcoin!!

Oh, Happy Birthday MIC!

Just keep enjoying life the way you do all the time! Smiley
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June 04, 2019, 01:56:00 PM

The news you might have missed from WWDC:

Apple Publishes Bitcoin Icons & ‘CryptoKit’; iPhone Crypto Wallet Coming?

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CryptoKit provides developers with a new toolkit for cryptographic functionality. It means app developers can integrate operations like hashing, key generation, and encryption. In particular, CryptoKit will facilitate the use of public and private key management.

“Use public-key cryptography to create and evaluate digital signatures, and to perform key exchange. In addition to working with keys stored in memory, you can also use private keys stored in and managed by the Secure Enclave.”


Apple put a lot of focus on privacy: can we trust them turning every iphone into an Hardware Wallet?


For a few thousands pocket money wallet? Sure, why not?
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June 04, 2019, 02:03:03 PM
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3. Maybe hold it in Europe and North America alternately - with the locals hosting it each time (and competing with the alternate, previously held one for the kudos).  Asia /Far east is not ruled out, but I am guessing the majority here are probably based in Europe / North America.
The guests dietry requirements might make it impossible to host the party in a single country. Infofront insists on jellied eels.



You're right - it checks all the boxes except for one. I was raised on jellied eel. The lack thereof is a serious dealbreaker.

Similarly Scottish guests may insist on haggis, which is illegal in the USA as it contains sheeps lungs.

Other guests may insist on other exotic delicacies like the ones below that may be illegal in certain countries.












I would rather prefer to have those canned cuisines Cheesy then what justin sun just spent on warren buffetts lunch worth nearly five million dollars.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5150618.0
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The news you might have missed from WWDC:

Apple Publishes Bitcoin Icons & ‘CryptoKit’; iPhone Crypto Wallet Coming?

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CryptoKit provides developers with a new toolkit for cryptographic functionality. It means app developers can integrate operations like hashing, key generation, and encryption. In particular, CryptoKit will facilitate the use of public and private key management.

“Use public-key cryptography to create and evaluate digital signatures, and to perform key exchange. In addition to working with keys stored in memory, you can also use private keys stored in and managed by the Secure Enclave.”


Apple put a lot of focus on privacy: can we trust them turning every iphone into an Hardware Wallet?


For a few thousands pocket money wallet? Sure, why not?

I see your point.
I mean for higher sum.
What's the threshold to negotiate security of a closed hardware wallet (ledger nano, only as an example) for another closed hardware wallet (iphone) with smoother useer experience and probably more secure key management?
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June 04, 2019, 02:13:24 PM

4th Juni, Bday Hat.....
Thx Cryptoqueeen, my true love!
Now Azurmendi.

Another year F***!!
Time flies and life is too short.
Bon appetit, cheers.
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Meanwhile GoGoGo Bitcoin!!



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The news you might have missed from WWDC:

Apple Publishes Bitcoin Icons & ‘CryptoKit’; iPhone Crypto Wallet Coming?

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CryptoKit provides developers with a new toolkit for cryptographic functionality. It means app developers can integrate operations like hashing, key generation, and encryption. In particular, CryptoKit will facilitate the use of public and private key management.

“Use public-key cryptography to create and evaluate digital signatures, and to perform key exchange. In addition to working with keys stored in memory, you can also use private keys stored in and managed by the Secure Enclave.”


Apple put a lot of focus on privacy: can we trust them turning every iphone into an Hardware Wallet?


For a few thousands pocket money wallet? Sure, why not?

I see your point.
I mean for higher sum.
What's the threshold to negotiate security of a closed hardware wallet (ledger nano, only as an example) for another closed hardware wallet (iphone) with smoother useer experience and probably more secure key management?


The threshold is defined by your own net worth plus other factors, being the total net worth the most significant one IMHO.

I mean, if you spend one million $ weekly I don't see any problem on having that sum in your iphone wallet for "convenience"... If all your lifetime savings are a few thouands.. maybe you shouldn't even have an iphone in first place.

In other words, I think it is a very individual dependent threshold. Same goes for having funds in exchanges, third party wallets, LN at this stage, etc....

DYOR/YMMV Smiley
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Apple adds BTC symbol to its icon sett.

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When does this start from?
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The original inclined would be better.
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