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2023 - 35 (25.4%)
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Years ago, a “technical” decision was made by a core gcc developer named Drepper to break static linking. This means that no useful binaries can ever execute on Linux without dynamically linking to certain libraries making the proposition of distributing signed binaries futile, making the proposition of secure software futile, making the proposition of Bitcoin futile, making the proposition of sound money futile, making the proposition of free trade futile.
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All you folks got far too little patience expecting new highs around the corner. That spike that happened in December 2017 - chances like that don't come around like buses. That is gone for a long long time.

This chart here has about the right timeframe. Although the peak of each high is exponentially higher, the time between such surges gets longer and longer.

We're looking at 2021-2022 to recapture 20-20k again and 2023-4 for new highs.





There is another possibility though.

If we follow a s-curve adoption rate then we should get a big boost somewhere in the middle which then will get slower again... Smiley
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September 25, 2019, 09:56:59 PM

My 6000 years sounds better. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results, although it is likely to be more of the same.
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September 25, 2019, 10:30:50 PM

Lol, its at  £466, the idiots don't know they are not bidding on real bitcoin.

Deary me.

I can see the headline from Coingeek now - 'British government declares BSV's true value'.

Yeah, i cringe when I see a post with links to that scum site.



Any luck they'll sue for false advertising and a law will be made saying the word 'bitcoin' may not referenced when mentioning bsv or bch.

If it was 100 coins being sold then there would be some blowback but right now some idjut is getting fuked and about to learn out the hard way to dyOR. Smiley


Any opinions about this theory regarding a whale dumping 1.2million btc yesterday to crash the market?

https://bitcoinist.com/bitcoin-price-plunge-came-from-1-2b-sell-data-says-amid-hashrate-row/

So where is the proof on this?
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September 25, 2019, 10:31:34 PM


All you folks got far too little patience expecting new highs around the corner. That spike that happened in December 2017 - chances like that don't come around like buses. That is gone for a long long time.

This chart here has about the right timeframe. Although the peak of each high is exponentially higher, the time between such surges gets longer and longer.

We're looking at 2021-2022 to recapture 20-20k again and 2023-4 for new highs.





There is another possibility though.

If we follow a s-curve adoption rate then we should get a big boost somewhere in the middle which then will get slower again... Smiley

Also, we're not at $3000. Chart from late 2017 to now looks more like spring-summer 2013.

Or one could just pull that curve to match actual movements and see where it leads. My guess is a slightly lower top closer in time.

CBOE, Bakkt and GBTC (et al.) will serve institutions in this next bull run, but not in an ideal way. The industry will be screaming for an ETF.

And once the ETF is approved it will serve as a stamp of approval for all these half measures like CBOE, Bakkt and GBTC so they will gain liquidity as well.

That's when we'll see a slow and steady multi year rise to a new reality.
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Like BTC is the one army coin

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There's another Rambo movie? He must be like, what, 80 now, he's a Vietnam vet ffs.

Fun fact: Rambo is actually the name of an apple, the author thought it sounded cool and named his character after it.
The apple originated in Ramberget in Sweden and was brought to New Sweden, now Delaware, by Peter Gunnarsson in 1639. He started growing apples over there and named one of the apples Rambo after Ramberget.
The original trees died in a particular hard winter in the 1700s, but has since been reintroduced from the USA to Sweden. 
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Elwar mentioned in Stossel's latest: https://reason.com/2019/09/25/start-your-own-country/?utm_medium=email

Oh - there's video, too: https://reason.com/video/stossel-live-free-at-sea/?utm_medium=email
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September 25, 2019, 11:06:13 PM

5 minutes until Rambo last blood

The one man army story

Like BTC is the one army coin

Mic sees similar stories Cheesy

There's another Rambo movie? He must be like, what, 80 now, he's a Vietnam vet ffs.

Fun fact: Rambo is actually the name of an apple, the author thought it sounded cool and named his character after it.
The apple originated in Ramberget in Sweden and was brought to New Sweden, now Delaware, by Peter Gunnarsson in 1639. He started growing apples over there and named one of the apples Rambo after Ramberget.
The original trees died in a particular hard winter in the 1700s, but has since been reintroduced from the USA to Sweden. 


He’s 74..... again I liked the movie, as I did all Rambo’s Cheesy
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September 25, 2019, 11:09:02 PM

There's another Rambo movie? He must be like, what, 80 now, he's a Vietnam vet ffs.

I saw it yesterday. It's, um, not great. He looked like a nylon mop fell on his head and he was too busy mutilating people to take it off.

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There's another Rambo movie? He must be like, what, 80 now, he's a Vietnam vet ffs.

I saw it yesterday. It's, um, not great. He looked like a nylon mop fell on his head and he was too busy mutilating people to take it off.



Aaagghhr I just love the One man army movies I guess..... brute force etc
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September 25, 2019, 11:16:21 PM

Aaagghhr I just love the One man army movies I guess..... brute force etc

The 2008 film respected the character and did something a bit new too. He could have been any violent old git in this one. It was preferable to sitting on a bench in the rain but much more could've been done with the idea of an ancient Rambo than that.
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Years ago, a “technical” decision was made by a core gcc developer named Drepper to break static linking. This means that no useful binaries can ever execute on Linux without dynamically linking to certain libraries making the proposition of distributing signed binaries futile, making the proposition of secure software futile, making the proposition of Bitcoin futile, making the proposition of sound money futile, making the proposition of free trade futile.
Trilema style ranting. Very little sense and much presupposition. You do like that stuff don't you?
He could at least try to explain how this Drepper broke static linking, or define a useful binary.
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Aaagghhr I just love the One man army movies I guess..... brute force etc

The 2008 film respected the character and did something a bit new too. He could have been any violent old git in this one. It was preferable to sitting on a bench in the rain but much more could've been done with the idea of an ancient Rambo than that.

There was a Rambo movie in 2008? I had no idea. Have to look for it on the net. What's it called?
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There was a Rambo movie in 2008? I had no idea. Have to look for it on the net. What's it called?

Rambo https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0462499/

He takes a bunch of religious pussies into Burma. They gain redemption at the end by dashing a local's brains out with a rock.
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There was a Rambo movie in 2008? I had no idea. Have to look for it on the net. What's it called?

Rambo https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0462499/

He takes a bunch of religious pussies into Burma. They gain redemption at the end by dashing a local's brains out with a rock.

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There was a Rambo movie in 2008? I had no idea. Have to look for it on the net. What's it called?

Rambo https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0462499/

He takes a bunch of religious pussies into Burma. They gain redemption at the end by dashing a local's brains out with a rock.

Ah yes, watched a little of it now on https://nyafilmer.to/rambo/ and remembered that I have actually sen it, I just thought it was older than 2008. Thanks.
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