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Nov. 2020 - 47 (36.2%)
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September 11, 2019, 02:21:28 PM



Uh doesn’t anyone study their classics anymore?
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September 11, 2019, 02:43:37 PM

2014-10-14 Chart v1.1 Logarithmic (non-linear) regression by bitcointalk user Trolololo updated 2019-09-14 bitcointalk.org/index.php?topi…

via Imgflip Meme Generator

https://twitter.com/chartsbtc/status/1171432288397058050?s=21

We are spending too much time under the regression curve.

Go BTC, go!!

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September 11, 2019, 02:47:42 PM

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you are missing the lazer pointer  Roll Eyes  hmmm
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September 11, 2019, 02:53:17 PM

I have a dog with no legs.  I call him Cigarette because every evening when I get home from work I take him for a drag.

My sister had a dog with 3 legs, she named it Fraction. Great dog, couldn't jump as well as others but can't say the handicap really affected him much. Fur reals.
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That's ridiculous.
Cat-bread's have almost no torque.

I'm more concerned about the labor involved fixing the crankshaft to that particular attach point. I imagine claw proof protective gear is in order.
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September 11, 2019, 02:55:27 PM


Uh doesn’t anyone study their classics anymore?

classics?

They can barely navigate the spell check function.
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September 11, 2019, 02:59:36 PM

"The Federal Reserve should get our interest rates down to ZERO, or less, and we should then start to refinance our debt. INTEREST COST COULD BE BROUGHT WAY DOWN, while at the same time substantially lengthening the term. We have the great currency, power, and balance sheet....."

3:42 AM - 11 Sep 2019

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1171735691769929728

Money printer in chief up late trying to debase the dollar. Hodlers unaffected.  Cheesy

#1 reason I have gotten out of US equities and holdings:

a) I don't believe in profiting from fraud.
b) The belief one can profit from fraud is the #1 hook confidence men use to take your money.

Glad there is a currency which cannot be debased. For that I am thankful.
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September 11, 2019, 03:05:48 PM

It is interesting, according to CryptoPotato:



https://cryptopotato.com/bitcoin-chart-analysis/



The volume of the Short is not relevant, confirming that sales are few, there is more buyer interest. The offers at these levels are practically running out, what remains is to test offer at higher levels, perhaps at $ 11K and up.
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September 11, 2019, 03:08:59 PM
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Almost in the green. Have more endurance dear hodlers.



https://twitter.com/100trillionUSD/status/1171448643762524160
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September 11, 2019, 03:14:13 PM

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That's ridiculous.
Cat-bread's have almost no torque.

I'm more concerned about the labor involved fixing the crankshaft to that particular attach point. I imagine claw proof protective gear is in order.

You should always add a spring between the cat and the bread. (aka an rpm governor)
When the cat rotates too fast the centrifugal force pushes the bread farther away from the cat reducing the speed.  Grin
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September 11, 2019, 03:34:04 PM

Straight from my very own node: 100 exahashes!



On a separate note:

Litecoin (LTC) Bleeds Hashes as Miners Abandon Ship

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The cutoff date for Litecoin mining arrived exactly on August 5, when the block reward fell from 25 LTC to 12.5 LTC. The event, repeating every four years, also caused the price to shortly boom to $140, only to unravel later. LTC currently trades at $71.28.

The hashrate dropped off from 523 terashes per second to a recent low of 295 hashes per second. Only in August, the network lost 30% of its mining power.

LTC keeps its spot among leading altcoins, with high liquidity and a relatively good performance this year. But the drop in hash rate may be a bad sign for the future of the bitcoin network as well.

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September 11, 2019, 03:44:55 PM


hmmmmmm  /looks over at freeloading, idle GPU/
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Domino's Pizza Launches $100K Bitcoin Prize Competition in France

Game is active from Sept. 4 till Oct. 6
According to a company’s tweet on Sept. 6, Domino's Pizza France initiated the 100,000 euro give away on the occasion of its 30th anniversary.

Started on Sept. 4, the contest will allow buyers to participate in games while ordering pizzas from Domino's until Oct. 2, while purchase registration will be available till Oct. 6, according to the campaign’s website.

As noted in the competition rules, the amount awarded in Bitcoin will have a value of 100,000 euro calculated according to the exchange rate on the day of purchase of Bitcoin by the organizer of the game if the winner picks BTC.

Eventually, Domino's Pizza plans to transfer the Bitcoin prize to the winner’s wallet on Dec. 16, 2019, according to the rules.


news source: https://cointelegraph.com/news/dominos-pizza-launches-100k-bitcoin-prize-competition-in-france
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September 11, 2019, 04:11:01 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

The summer-long battle for $10k continues... currently $9975USD/$13135CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Ho freaking hum. More coffee please.
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September 11, 2019, 04:12:20 PM

Wait so Bitcoin = bad because Segwit is "indeed an alteration of the Bitcoin protocol"

BTC is suboptimal not merely because SegWit is an alteration, but because the SegWit Omnibus Changeset is a net negative alteration.

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but bcash Bsv = good because their shitty changes are "legitimate claim to a protocol change"

One of the things that makes BSV good is that it is being incrementally returned to the original Bitcoin protocol.

Do try to keep up.

Thus coming back to my comment about original design of planes not having jet engines and cars not having air bags etc... Can you provide any other technology which was not improved and is stuck at its original design? BSv's whole premise relies on cult thinking rather than logic. The design of first car, computer, TV etc etc etc have little to do with their current revisions and no one cares about ENIAC and steam powered cars.

Which, of course, brings me right back to the observation that the SegWit Omnibus Changeset is a net negative alteration. Degradation is not improvement.
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September 11, 2019, 04:15:00 PM

Almost in the green. Have more endurance dear hodlers.



https://twitter.com/100trillionUSD/status/1171448643762524160

Observing wait for high rate all history breakout soon.
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September 11, 2019, 04:16:31 PM

Good morning Bitcoinland.

The summer-long battle for $10k continues... currently $9975USD/$13135CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Ho freaking hum. More coffee please.

welcome to backed  @JimboToronto .
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September 11, 2019, 04:17:34 PM

Btc having its jojo effect....  Roll Eyes
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September 11, 2019, 04:18:43 PM

I have seen some comments of yachts.

When you have a boat there are only two happy days:

- The day you buy it and the day you sell it. Wink



Look at this picture and tell me you don't want it  Grin

Maintenance costs on a 100m ($200M) super yacht aren't that bad

Costs per year
$4,000,000 to $15,000,000 on maintenance
$2,000,000 on crew (30 crew supplement)
$350,000 dockage
$300,000 on provisioning (food/drinks/wine cellar/etc.)
$240,000 insurance
$36,000 on navigation, TV, etc.

Other costs
$1.1 million on refits every few years


Totaling at something like $7M to $20M a year ....

So it's not as bad as you think....  Wink

You say that maintenance is not expensive  Cheesy, I prefer not to think about the amount of BTC you have. Cool

My stack is significant... but won't let me buy a ship like that .... yet Tongue

Anyone buying a ship like that is going to be attempting to generate some income from it too, right?  I mean if you want the ship to be sustainable?  Can you really imagine that you are going on trips and the ship only has staff or maybe just a 100 guests or so?  It would feel nearly empty with those kinds of numbers of passengers, so I am having some difficulties understanding a personal use case... gotta be a kind of business boat, no?

Another scenario would be that the purchaser has ONLY a short time to live or something like that, but just making sure that the management of the boat staff is not engaging in shenanigans would take a decent amount of time to make sure that you have a good manager, if you don't want to manage it yourself - which would be kind of time-consuming, I would think. 

So, at minimum, I think that anyone, even remotely interested in getting a boat like that better have at least 5x the yearly maintenance capital (left over after making the purchase of the yacht and the helicopter... hahahaha)....

So, if we are saying minimum of $250million in BTC value, then at today's prices that would be about 25,000 bitcoins, and if the BTC price goes to $100k, then that would be 2,500 bitcoin, and if the BTC price goes to $1million, then that would be a mere 250 BTC.  Do we have to both  make sure that we have 250BTC and wait for the BTC price goes to $1million?  By the way, with my recommendations about selling a bit of BTC all the way up the ladder, then I am thinking that in order to have around 250 BTC when (or if) BTC prices reach $1million, then today, the HODLer would need to have about 330 BTC to account for the on-the-way shavenings. 


TLDR (for Hueristic and udder peeps like dat):  In other words, in order to have BIG ASS dreams, you better be preparing ur lil selfie, and have enough of a BTC stash in order to accomplish such BIG ASS dreams without putting your finances and/or psychology in any kind of unnecessary state of stress.  You heard it here, first.  Wink    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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