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June 12, 2019, 01:54:42 AM

Speaking of mystery blobs; I assume everyone in here is aware of the fact that every computer after 2006 for Intel and 2013 for AMD contains proprietary binary blobs which are basically "features" in which your favorite triple letter friends steal all of your coins on your sleep. Just a reminder.

Which setup are you running again?

Yeah, we have been warning about this since the late 90's so no big surprise.

The funny thing is back then they called us tin foil crackpots and now that there is proof its all "we knew all along and its just fine".



They want you to run open source software which has been approved by "them". Imagine.

Are they trying to make it illegal to run FOSS? Thats pretty much impossible and why would that have to do with perverts? Tie in with the Andy Kaufman post maybe?
Idunno that one went over my head. Smiley
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June 12, 2019, 02:00:11 AM

Speaking of mystery blobs; I assume everyone in here is aware of the fact that every computer after 2006 for Intel and 2013 for AMD contains proprietary binary blobs which are basically "features" in which your favorite triple letter friends steal all of your coins on your sleep. Just a reminder.

Which setup are you running again?

Yeah, we have been warning about this since the late 90's so no big surprise.

The funny thing is back then they called us tin foil crackpots and now that there is proof its all "we knew all along and its just fine".



They want you to run open source software which has been approved by "them". Imagine.

Are they trying to make it illegal to run FOSS? Thats pretty much impossible and why would that have to do with perverts? Tie in with the Andy Kaufman post maybe?
Idunno that one went over my head. Smiley

They are perverting the concept of FOSS by running a police over what is and isn't acceptable code. What's not to get?
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June 12, 2019, 02:02:19 AM

If what he says is honest then he’s definitely not British.

Poch ma hon
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June 12, 2019, 02:07:59 AM

In other vacuous perverts news, the British Government.
The government would welcome views on whether the publication of open-source software should be subject to CDD [Customer Due Diligence] requirements. If so, under which circumstances should these activities be subject to these requirements? If so, in what circumstances should the legislation deem software users be deemed a customer, or to be entering into a business relationship, with the publisher?

Your going to have to explain this one?
Yeah I don't follow, what's it saying they're going to have rules on what open source software you can use?
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June 12, 2019, 02:12:38 AM

If what he says is honest then he’s definitely not British.

Poch ma hon

I have always assumed you were Australian, but now that I think about it I am not sure why.
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Australia is a ridiculous country.  They can’t even do Marmite properly.
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June 12, 2019, 02:16:29 AM

Australia is a ridiculous country.  They can’t even do Marmite properly.

That doesn't mean you aren't Tongue

Anyway... and sorry (not really, the thread is being slow lately) for the bit of offtopic... Any TA on LTC? I mean, am I delusional to give some probability to it reaching ATH on the halvening FOMO?
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June 12, 2019, 02:18:20 AM

$8,500 by the end of this week, I’m calling it now. Strap yourselves in!
Signed and sealed, Lets get this going the upcoming days.
I'm definitely feeling this one, the 7600-8000 is overdone time to move up and on.
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June 12, 2019, 02:27:50 AM

If what he says is honest then he’s definitely not British.

Poch ma hon

I have always assumed you were Australian, but now that I think about it I am not sure why.


I always figured he was a limey. I thought the same about Toxic too though, and I was wrong.
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June 12, 2019, 02:34:50 AM

IMHO there’s no point in TAing LTC because it’s all derivative of Bitcoin anyway and I’m looking for multi-year swings rather than intraday stuff.  YMMV.
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June 12, 2019, 02:47:50 AM

Australia is a ridiculous country.  They can’t even do Marmite properly.

That doesn't mean you aren't Tongue

Anyway... and sorry (not really, the thread is being slow lately) for the bit of offtopic... Any TA on LTC? I mean, am I delusional to give some probability to it reaching ATH on the halvening FOMO?

I know a guy with a big data hall and he is making same (selling ltc for bills) that he was making on $80 LTC using mainly Bitmain L3+'s (underclocked 2 to a PSU).

This today at $135 USD LTC. Everyone is turning their old Bitmain L3+'s back on. Not me yet. 1/10th the profit over electric does not make sense yet. So LTC probably

needs to hit $175 to get everyone on board that has equip worth mining LTC back on. With say 6-8 months for the mnfg's to fire up and get better units out in mass.

That, IMHO, in the past could really, really shoot the FOMO up on LTC to $300 say. IF, again, IMHO, the miners of LTC HODL as I did, back in the day.

just saying. Also, keep that in mind for FOMO on BTC as well. Miners like to mine and then pay electric and then HODL (or they did) this also adds to FOMO of POW coins

and especially BTC and LTC, again I know zip but IMHO.

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June 12, 2019, 02:48:18 AM

I would like to disclose that i just saw $8k flash in front of my eyes.

Time for Whoopie?  Or no?



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  $8047 by the time I typed after waiting three minutes for my stupid post to actually uploaded.
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June 12, 2019, 02:54:59 AM

I would like to disclose that i just saw $8k flash in front of my eyes.

Time for Whoopie?  Or no?

Bitcoin is a fickle 'wench' and a 'tease', you were just being toyed with  I'm afraid.
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June 12, 2019, 02:56:27 AM

I always figured he was a limey. I thought the same about Toxic too though, and I was wrong.

I have lived all over, including the States. I’m not really from anywhere.

I would like to disclose that i just saw $8k flash in front of my eyes.

Time for Whoopie?  Or no?



Edit:
  $8047 by the time I typed after waiting three minutes for my stupid post to actually uploaded.

It’s a trap
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June 12, 2019, 03:04:14 AM

I would like to disclose that i just saw $8k flash in front of my eyes.

Time for Whoopie?  Or no?



Edit:
 $8047 by the time I typed after waiting three minutes for my stupid post to actually uploaded.

Now keep it over 8k for awhile dammit!



I have lived all over, including the States. I’m not really from anywhere.


I put Terran (among other things) on a form once and the Doc wouldn't see me. Smiley
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June 12, 2019, 03:07:05 AM

I would like to disclose that i just saw $8k flash in front of my eyes.

Time for Whoopie?  Or no?



Edit:
 $8047 by the time I typed after waiting three minutes for my stupid post to actually uploaded.

Now keep it over 8k for awhile dammit!

So far, my prayers seem to be working.   Wink

I always figured he was a limey. I thought the same about Toxic too though, and I was wrong.

I have lived all over, including the States. I’m not really from anywhere.

I would like to disclose that i just saw $8k flash in front of my eyes.

Time for Whoopie?  Or no?



Edit:
  $8047 by the time I typed after waiting three minutes for my stupid post to actually uploaded.

It’s a trap

Aren't you the fuddy duddy?   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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June 12, 2019, 03:30:33 AM

Not a trap. 10k in a week.
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June 12, 2019, 03:36:35 AM

Not a trap. 10k in a week.

Ack! IF it goes to 10k I may crack and sell 10% of my hoard. (I hear girlz like $$$...unsure what to do with girlz..in that I'm in the WO thread

and have no life..but heard they smell nice) Smiley

Problem with 10k BTC is I 'scoffed' at selling as it went all the way down to 3.2k ..unsure if I have the balls not to sell some BTC if it creeps

past that 10k point again. Was hard enough watching it go way below that 10k...I may crack some if it goes way above 10k. (I'm only human..so I've been told)

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It can't stay above 8K (today and for a few weeks already).
Who knew that this number would become such a nuisance  Angry.
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