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July 17, 2019, 10:00:11 PM

shit, trump is a fucking pedo : https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/article220097825.html  and crypto doesn't care Wink.

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July 17, 2019, 10:14:18 PM
Last edit: July 17, 2019, 10:27:07 PM by Biodom

Libra poisoned the well.

It would almost certainly destabilize currencies and even countries if/when let loose.
Example: a country has NIRP...Libra does not...so, you sell local currency and pocket the % (of NIRP) every year; or, you are in a non G-7 country...you sell local currency and buy Libra (a basket is almost always better than a single one). India and Russia-first two large countries to ban Libra on day one, I think.

Regarding libra and bitcoin-not sure how it would affect it, but i disagree about any optimism.
If I was one of bitcoin leaders or code contributors (and I am not), I would greatly accelerate Lightning wallets development.
On a positive side, some in Congress (and not in Senate) seem to understand the difference between something that is decentralized and centralized.

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July 17, 2019, 10:17:30 PM

Who would have ever thunk, just a year ago or less that regular normies are going to start to get some real ideas about how bitcoin is different from the 2,000 plus shit coins and ICO snake oil salesman bullshit, including all shit coins, libra, ether, the bcashes, ripple or whatever other phoney baloneys are out their in btc wannabe status or sometimes like eth saying that they offer something different from btc, which ends up rising to the level of crap at best and scam in a worse case scenario.

I think in retrospect this Libra proposal is going to be looked back on as the thing that pushed Bitcoin over a particular hump. It has forced an awful lot of influential people to pause and consider what crypto actually is when they hadn't bothered before.

Throughout these hearings there's been a definite paucity of disdain for BTC.

Least expected bit - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vf1dym16poc

Very unexpected and great to see. Mr Davidson brings it.
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July 17, 2019, 10:20:39 PM

Libra poisoned the well.

It would almost certainly destabilize currencies and even countries if/when let loose.
Example: a country has NIRP...Libra does not...so, you sell local currency and pocket the % (of NIRP) every year; or, you are in a non G-7 country...you sell local currency and buy Libra (a basket is almost always better than a single one). India and Russia-first two large countries to ban Libra on day one, I  think.

Regarding libra and bitcoin-not sure how it would affect it, but i disagree about any optimism.
If I was one of bitcoin leaders or code contributors (and I am not), I would greatly accelerate Lightning wallets development.
On a positive side, some in congress (and not in a senate) seem to understand the difference between something that is decentralized and centralized.



Bolded and underlined as i 100% agree with you. First we need a killer app, then we conquer.


Maybe Libra will make the dirty job (as in publicity stunts) for us.. In fact, a US president went to talk about BTC, "thanks" to Libra.
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July 17, 2019, 10:46:41 PM

Regarding libra and bitcoin-not sure how it would affect it, but i disagree about any optimism.

Libra has forced people to seek out and clarify their thinking in a hurry.

Most rational people once past 'drugs and terrorism' start to see some virtues. Almost everyone in these recent hearings who's opined on Bitcoin did not come out with this tired old crap.
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July 17, 2019, 10:56:35 PM

Regarding libra and bitcoin-not sure how it would affect it, but i disagree about any optimism.

Libra has forced people to seek out and clarify their thinking in a hurry.

Most rational people once past 'drugs and terrorism' start to see some virtues.


Why it started with that, though? Rhetorical question.
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July 17, 2019, 11:07:42 PM

you guys or traders bitcoin is not good work
I find here or on the Internet people who share their lives a lot with this damn thing , This is very dangerous whatever the reasons
everyone should stop hold bitcoin
who have bitcoin became like a bee
Most websites in the Internet are fraudulent...to where??
bitcoin and crypto must crash and libra coin must be prevented
I hope Trump the US President will do thing seriously about this  damn currency of internet bitcoin And effect must appear in prices and Organization.... So the ants are organized only bitcoin
because bitcoin is bad To all family members on this planet Earth only The other planets do not have this dreaded hut bitcoin
sites News about bitcoin  should be closed
bitcoin is No longer Absolutely good and fit
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July 17, 2019, 11:16:09 PM

WTF?  Has there been a full moon for a few days?
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July 17, 2019, 11:16:09 PM

$10k soon™

I'm in for

$100k moon™


$1mil and counting is where i’m looking for

But for now i’m looking for my HODLcrib to engage the HODLsleep

Rest well WO’s



ps: me and the GF enjoyed the Lion King Cheesy
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July 17, 2019, 11:21:55 PM

^ yeah account is already tagged and i agree with you but i felt that i should mention here as well because he hangs out here and his account can use couple of red trust from WO members too along with other community members.

he's in contact with exchange, just talked with him offline and he mentioned that his funds are safe.

Good news, @kenzawak PM me when u have control again.
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July 17, 2019, 11:32:00 PM

WTF?  Has there been a full moon for a few days?

Yes, the Buck Moon.

Obvious, isn't it?
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July 17, 2019, 11:37:02 PM

WTF?  Has there been a full moon for a few days?

Yes, the Buck Moon.

Obvious, isn't it?

 It actually does make sense!  Thanks.
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July 17, 2019, 11:44:48 PM

There's still hope for sim-port-attack victims.
Read the article, most important the last paragraph.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/wave-of-sim-swapping-attacks-hit-us-cryptocurrency-users/



What dumb fuck still uses SMS 2FA?

IDK, but even 3rd party open source authentication software like GA isn't 100% safe.
Recently i reactivated an old coinbase account and switched from SMS2FA to GA2FA, but in the long run, i'll switch to a hardware-key based solution.
Maybe my ledger nano can be of some use there, but i don't like to rely on a single device for all crypto-related key storage.
Google authenticator BLOWS, that thing is a piece of shit and you don't have a recovery seed anymore.

https://winauth.github.io/winauth/download.html
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July 17, 2019, 11:56:13 PM

There's still hope for sim-port-attack victims.
Read the article, most important the last paragraph.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/wave-of-sim-swapping-attacks-hit-us-cryptocurrency-users/



What dumb fuck still uses SMS 2FA?

IDK, but even 3rd party open source authentication software like GA isn't 100% safe.
Recently i reactivated an old coinbase account and switched from SMS2FA to GA2FA, but in the long run, i'll switch to a hardware-key based solution.
Maybe my ledger nano can be of some use there, but i don't like to rely on a single device for all crypto-related key storage.
Google authenticator BLOWS, that thing is a piece of shit and you don't have a recovery seed anymore.

https://winauth.github.io/winauth/download.html
Cool, but that isn't a second layer of protection thats just essentially a password keeper for windows from what the github reads, that and no website would accept that.
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July 18, 2019, 12:23:27 AM

Cool, but that isn't a second layer of protection thats just essentially a password keeper for windows from what the github reads, that and no website would accept that.

Its an open source password protected authenticator.




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July 18, 2019, 12:24:31 AM

you guys or traders bitcoin is not good work
I find here or on the Internet people who share their lives a lot with this damn thing , This is very dangerous whatever the reasons
everyone should stop hold bitcoin
who have bitcoin became like a bee
Most websites in the Internet are fraudulent...to where??
bitcoin and crypto must crash and libra coin must be prevented
I hope Trump the US President will do thing seriously about this  damn currency of internet bitcoin And effect must appear in prices and Organization.... So the ants are organized only bitcoin
because bitcoin is bad To all family members on this planet Earth only The other planets do not have this dreaded hut bitcoin
sites News about bitcoin  should be closed
bitcoin is No longer Absolutely good and fit


This.

Other planets do not have Bitcoin.yet...
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July 18, 2019, 12:27:34 AM

There's still hope for sim-port-attack victims.
Read the article, most important the last paragraph.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/wave-of-sim-swapping-attacks-hit-us-cryptocurrency-users/



What dumb fuck still uses SMS 2FA?

IDK, but even 3rd party open source authentication software like GA isn't 100% safe.
Recently i reactivated an old coinbase account and switched from SMS2FA to GA2FA, but in the long run, i'll switch to a hardware-key based solution.
Maybe my ledger nano can be of some use there, but i don't like to rely on a single device for all crypto-related key storage.
Google authenticator BLOWS, that thing is a piece of shit and you don't have a recovery seed anymore.

https://winauth.github.io/winauth/download.html
Cool, but that isn't a second layer of protection thats just essentially a password keeper for windows from what the github reads, that and no website would accept that.

Its an open source password protected authenticator.
oh shit, this works with google based auth codes? That's pretty cool.
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July 18, 2019, 12:35:53 AM

Its an open source password protected authenticator.
oh shit, this works with google based auth codes? That's pretty cool.

Works great if you trust winblows enough to use it. Smiley
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July 18, 2019, 12:38:21 AM

Its an open source password protected authenticator.
oh shit, this works with google based auth codes? That's pretty cool.

Works great if you trust winblows enough to use it. Smiley
Yeah that's the scary part, if your machine is ever compromised you auth is on it, a bit too scary for me.
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July 18, 2019, 01:13:03 AM

Who would have ever thunk, just a year ago or less that regular normies are going to start to get some real ideas about how bitcoin is different from the 2,000 plus shit coins and ICO snake oil salesman bullshit, including all shit coins, libra, ether, the bcashes, ripple or whatever other phoney baloneys are out their in btc wannabe status or sometimes like eth saying that they offer something different from btc, which ends up rising to the level of crap at best and scam in a worse case scenario.

I think in retrospect this Libra proposal is going to be looked back on as the thing that pushed Bitcoin over a particular hump. It has forced an awful lot of influential people to pause and consider what crypto actually is when they hadn't bothered before.

Throughout these hearings there's been a definite paucity of disdain for BTC.

Least expected bit - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vf1dym16poc

Damn site better than I expected from at this point in the vid.

Its an open source password protected authenticator.
oh shit, this works with google based auth codes? That's pretty cool.

Works great if you trust winblows enough to use it. Smiley
Yeah that's the scary part, if your machine is ever compromised you auth is on it, a bit too scary for me.

Don't forget you can always setup a live cd. Smiley
Welp, gotta run hopefully see 5 digits again when I sign back on. Smiley
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