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June 22, 2019, 02:57:48 PM

Observing IKEA

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Damn!

Fillippone life isn’t glamourous as Mic, LFC, Kenzawak or other fellow WO family members!

Well I'm observing my feet in my hammock right now. The flip-flops don't make it any more glamorous.

Not too glamorous for me right now - Sitting in the car for 20 minutes waiting for the girl to buy make up.
I took a call, didn’t want to go in Grin




At least it’s a glamorous German car and not a shitty Italian FIAT car!
FIAT cars even shittier than fiat currencies!
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June 22, 2019, 02:58:15 PM

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LEAVE BITCOIN ALONE



news leak  Cool  $5OOOO+ soon!!

Bullish gembitz

go long rice  Cool  weeee
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June 22, 2019, 03:00:56 PM

Some strong buying support there around $10,300 - $10,500. Buyers gobbling up that dip, should be a bullish sign for us really

I’m interested to see if we stay above $10,000 - The next 24 hours are critical Wink
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June 22, 2019, 03:13:06 PM

Remember this Bitcoin specialists.  He failed for only a year and a bit.  If we are lucky.

https://twitter.com/charlieshrem/status/992109375555858433

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June 22, 2019, 03:27:55 PM

just came across an old receipt.. sold 3 btc for 25 bucks back in 2012.

dont even remember what i used the 25 bucks for. i hope it was nice.

That's about the time I got my titanium yoyo for 4 btc. I still have it. It's a daily reminder to HODL.

im considering framing the receipt and hanging it somewhere for the same reason.. to remind me this is why we hodl.

Just like I keep the goddamn BFL miner as a doorstop.

I am a simple man...I do not learn without pain.
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June 22, 2019, 03:32:20 PM

just came across an old receipt.. sold 3 btc for 25 bucks back in 2012.

dont even remember what i used the 25 bucks for. i hope it was nice.

That's about the time I got my titanium yoyo for 4 btc. I still have it. It's a daily reminder to HODL.

im considering framing the receipt and hanging it somewhere for the same reason.. to remind me this is why we hodl.

Just like I keep the goddamn BFL miner as a doorstop.

I am a simple man...I do not learn without pain.

Be grateful you didn't sell 10000 coins for two pizzas. That would make me feel like shit today.
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June 22, 2019, 03:37:50 PM

If yes, then I would still be paranoid of seed bruteforcing. There's something about Electrum that wouldn't allow me to sleep at night with any relevant amount of money in there.

The seed is just another way of representing a random 128-bit number. You'll have about as much luck bruteforcing that as a private key.


You think he really sodl all his Bitcoins for Bcash? I hope he didn't and he is just living a wealthy life somewhere.

Embarrassed

Keyword: a key. It would only take getting lucky once to get all of your money. With a wallet.dat you would need to go address by address. Who knows what those fuckers have in store when it comes to quantum computers within a couple of decades. Plus any mistakes on your part leading to key derivation exploits... yeah no thanks. Electrum seems like a bad idea for serious cold storaging.
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June 22, 2019, 03:40:47 PM

Crossed $11,000 but the rate of price increase looks scary to me,it won't be a bull trap right? Lips sealed

Anyways I am in the profits nearly after a year,planned to sell some of my holding at the end of this year?

This can be a good idea?
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June 22, 2019, 03:43:43 PM

Anybody want to help him out?  Pick one Smiley
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You are a dog-lover, aren't you? Cry

  You guessed it!  I went to at an off-leash dog park in Bucuresti last year without a dog.  I petted and talked to most of them but my favourite that day was a Rhodesian Ridgeback (first time I had ever seen one irl) he was really friendly too.   I had a difficult time trying to leave the park through the gate because I had my own little pack following me around after an hour or so and they wanted to come with me.

 I like cats too but I'm so allergic that just being in the vicinity of a cat owner causes me a lot of discomfort.  I feel it in my eyes first, then my sinuses/head, my skin will start to burn if I've been sweating and if I don't get away from it, my lungs react.  It sucks.  I took injections for two years which lessened the severity of my reaction but it's still something I prefer to avoid. 
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June 22, 2019, 03:46:04 PM

Crossed $11,000 but the rate of price increase looks scary to me,it won't be a bull trap right? Lips sealed

Anyways I am in the profits nearly after a year,planned to sell some of my holding at the end of this year?

This can be a good idea?

gembitz pump group .. keep calm Wink lol
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June 22, 2019, 03:47:31 PM

just came across an old receipt.. sold 3 btc for 25 bucks back in 2012.

dont even remember what i used the 25 bucks for. i hope it was nice.

That's about the time I got my titanium yoyo for 4 btc. I still have it. It's a daily reminder to HODL.

im considering framing the receipt and hanging it somewhere for the same reason.. to remind me this is why we hodl.

Just like I keep the goddamn BFL miner as a doorstop.

I am a simple man...I do not learn without pain.

i hodl antique mining equipment .. solar powered asic goat farm soon™  Cool  weee™
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June 22, 2019, 03:49:19 PM
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Hello wo's members Smiley

just found this and said myself it could make you smile Wink

Bitcoins, you gotta catch em all ! Smiley

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=br-6BKGEPZE

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Bought more spot on this dip, fuck your bears Smiley
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June 22, 2019, 04:08:10 PM
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Rising again...

Honey badger don't care!

Wise are those who BTFD!
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Rising again...

Honey badger don't care!

Wise are those who BTFD!

Nice bounce back up.

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June 22, 2019, 04:23:16 PM

Anybody want to help him out?  Pick one Smiley
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You are a dog-lover, aren't you? Cry

  You guessed it!  I went to at an off-leash dog park in Bucuresti last year without a dog.  I petted and talked to most of them but my favourite that day was a Rhodesian Ridgeback (first time I had ever seen one irl) he was really friendly too.   I had a difficult time trying to leave the park through the gate because I had my own little pack following me around after an hour or so and they wanted to come with me.

 I like cats too but I'm so allergic that just being in the vicinity of a cat owner causes me a lot of discomfort.  I feel it in my eyes first, then my sinuses/head, my skin will start to burn if I've been sweating and if I don't get away from it, my lungs react.  It sucks.  I took injections for two years which lessened the severity of my reaction but it's still something I prefer to avoid. 

A, ha! That's why you put me last on the hat-making list: You're allergic to me. Tongue
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June 22, 2019, 04:34:37 PM

Observing IKEA
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Damn!
Fillippone life isn’t glamourous as Mic, LFC, Kenzawak or other fellow WO family members!
Well I'm observing my feet in my hammock right now. The flip-flops don't make it any more glamorous.
Observing with my cat in a sunny garden, on a long LAN cable because the wifi of my cheap-ass laptop broke and as usual I'm at flat-out-of FIAT.
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Crossed $11,000 but the rate of price increase looks scary to me,it won't be a bull trap right? Lips sealed

Anyways I am in the profits nearly after a year,planned to sell some of my holding at the end of this year?

This can be a good idea?

Well, out of the 10+ year history of bitcoin all sells would be regrettable but a brief 7 week period that was higher than now, and likely not for long, so it's almost never a good plan to sell BTC..

I sold like .8 BTC @ $300 for an intercooler and gofast bits, and regret it..
I still have that car with that intercooler and every time I see it it looks like a $5,000 intercooler made in china..

Then I sold like .8 BTC @ $9,500 in 2017 when it looked like it wasn't going to break $10k for the first time, for a nice car I am still daily driving today, and I regret it..
I didn't need the nice car, it is nice but I could just still be driving my rusty Subaru and have my .8 BTC back Sad

So I would say no.. Unless you are absolutely starving to death it is basically never a good idea to sell BTC..

I am lucky to have what coin I still have and it is going to be very hard for me not to put it down on a new house/property investment, because I want a nicer house..
But I know if I sell @ $30,000 or so and it goes to $300,000 or whatever in the future I will deeply regret it for the rest of my life because this is my one and only chance to hold the best lottery tickets the world has ever seen..
If I sell their is no way I will ever be able to get them back..

I think I should suffer through my life of being half poor until the bitcoins are high enough for me to basiclly fuck off in a sailboat or something for the rest of my life, leave all the worldly BS behind, and then still only sell what I need to as I go instead of cash right out..
If I can resist buying a house.. But in the long term I don't even really want a house for anything other than rental income..
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Keyword: a key. It would only take getting lucky once to get all of your money. With a wallet.dat you would need to go address by address. Who knows what those fuckers have in store when it comes to quantum computers within a couple of decades. Plus any mistakes on your part leading to key derivation exploits... yeah no thanks. Electrum seems like a bad idea for serious cold storaging.

The security of Bitcoin derives not from having many keys, but from having strong keys to begin with. The point at which randomly generated private keys become vulnerable to folk "getting lucky" we have a massive problem on our hands.

By the way, Bitcoin Core since like 0.13 I think has used deterministic wallets, so all your keys in wallet.dat are derived from a single master key now.
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