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October 12, 2019, 09:51:28 PM

Am I the only one who thinks that the US ain't going to vote for Yang only because he looks so Chinese-ish?

Giant swaths of the population want to vote for someone who isn't white. Yang is the only one in the top 5 contenders according to betting odds who fits this description.

IMO racism/hate against Asians in America today is almost nonexistent. Tons of people have a problem with Whites, Hispanics, Blacks, Gays, Trans, Virgin Roach's, Bankers, and Arabs, but everyone seems to be cool with Asians. This is based on the hard science of my anecdotal life experience and borderline incontrovertible.  Smiley

Thanks, it’s nice to know that. I'd have merited if I had any sMerit in my bag.

When will we be able to trade satoshis for some sMerits?

Or maybe we just fork Bitcoin and distribute all of Satoshis million coins in a pro rated fashion based on lifetime merits received by WO posters.  Cheesy

Sounds nice, but another shitfork? What exchanges are we getting to accept that coin initially? Yobit? Tongue

Can we integrate that 300% monthly ROI masternode in that ecosystem?
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October 12, 2019, 09:51:37 PM

Am I the only one who thinks that the US ain't going to vote for Yang only because he looks so Chinese-ish?

Giant swaths of the population want to vote for someone who isn't white. Yang is the only one in the top 5 contenders according to betting odds who fits this description.

IMO racism/hate against Asians in America today is almost nonexistent. Tons of people have a problem with Whites, Hispanics, Blacks, Gays, Trans, Virgin Roach's, Bankers, and Arabs, but everyone seems to be cool with Asians. This is based on the hard science of my anecdotal life experience and borderline incontrovertible.  Smiley

Thanks, it's nice to know that. I'd have merited if I had any sMerit in my bag.

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October 12, 2019, 09:56:36 PM

Asian women are super hot.

Not sure how this factors into Yang's chances...just thought I would share.
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October 12, 2019, 10:02:14 PM

Am I the only one who thinks that the US ain't going to vote for Yang only because he looks so Chinese-ish?

Giant swaths of the population want to vote for someone who isn't white. Yang is the only one in the top 5 contenders according to betting odds who fits this description.

IMO racism/hate against Asians in America today is almost nonexistent. Tons of people have a problem with Whites, Hispanics, Blacks, Gays, Trans, Virgin Roach's, Bankers, and Arabs, but everyone seems to be cool with Asians. This is based on the hard science of my anecdotal life experience and borderline incontrovertible.  Smiley

Thanks, it's nice to know that. I'd have merited if I had any sMerit in my bag.

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October 12, 2019, 10:07:19 PM

Am I the only one who thinks that the US ain't going to vote for Yang only because he looks so Chinese-ish?

Giant swaths of the population want to vote for someone who isn't white. Yang is the only one in the top 5 contenders according to betting odds who fits this description.

IMO racism/hate against Asians in America today is almost nonexistent. Tons of people have a problem with Whites, Hispanics, Blacks, Gays, Trans, Virgin Roach's, Bankers, and Arabs, but everyone seems to be cool with Asians. This is based on the hard science of my anecdotal life experience and borderline incontrovertible.  Smiley

Thanks, it's nice to know that. I'd have merited if I had any sMerit in my bag.

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October 12, 2019, 10:10:43 PM

LOL just thought to share with you all


https://i.imgur.com/SRujfjz.mp4

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Cobra, Rattlesnake? Black Mamba??
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October 12, 2019, 10:16:25 PM

#room spinning

As a brother just told me................
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October 12, 2019, 10:21:09 PM

The historical transaction between Malmi and NewLibertyStandard .


https://www.blockchain.com/en/btc/tx/7dff938918f07619abd38e4510890396b1cef4fbeca154fb7aafba8843295ea2


Source: https://beincrypto.com/a-5-btc-usd-transaction-on-this-day-10-years-ago-officially-made-bitcoin-an-economic-good/
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October 12, 2019, 10:30:59 PM

#room spinning

As a brother just told me................

When i was 16 and drunk af and wanted the room carousel to stop, i lied down on the right side of my (any) bed (or similar) and put my right foot on the floor.
We called that "hitting the brakes" (in german).

Hope it works at advanced ages too.
Good night  Grin
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October 12, 2019, 11:06:44 PM


As a non smoker I prefer smokers over vapors. Smokers stink up the place and a little smoke may blow your way if they are close to you but you can easily avoid it or just use your hand to wave/fan it back in their face. Ive literally done this next to people who blew smoke towards me as the were next to me at a bar or casino. Their reactions of shock, fear, and or anger are always funny but im just returning their little gift to sender.

Vapors present a different dilemma bc they will sometimes be walking in front of you or past you and leave a giant vape cloud in their wake that you end up walking in to. These are hard to dodge sometimes bc of their size and impossible to hand wave back into the scoundrels face.

As far as Im concerned second hand smoke and vape are simple assault and should only be allowed in private places among consenting company.

TLDR:
I laugh when I hear of Vapors dying. Jk, but not really bc idgaf about scoundrels blowing toxic poisonous bubble gum flavored shit in my direction.

What gets me is when you're driving behind a vapor'er, you see a massive cloud appear from the drivers side window of the car in front, and your car sucks it in you get a dose of some shitty cherry flavoured nicotine.
Never fucking happened with cigarettes.

Thanks, I'd rather inhale diesel fumes.
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October 12, 2019, 11:09:27 PM

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If one of the other Bitcoins does indeed capture more market cap than BTC in the future, will you concede that that other fork will indeed be Bitcoin?

You cannot really believe that "the real bitcoin" is based on market cap, can you? 

How long would such pumpening of the shitcoin price would be needed in terms of sustainability in your perverted conceptualization of what is "the real bitcoin", jbreher?
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October 12, 2019, 11:22:00 PM

Trading disclosure, because I feel sooo lovey-dovey when I think of JJG.

Don't feel like that.  Gosh.  I am blushing.

In other words, try to exercise some emotional control within these here interwebs (aka tubes).

The bloody weekend is not materializing. If anything, the short (equal to the long atm) is a losing bit now. I wish I could cash out part of one leg and rebuild it closer to the center (lower for the long, higher for the short). Which leg? My preference and rational expectation gravitate towards the short because reasons; one being I prefer to be long in general, another being that "down before up" is sexier than "up before down". Of course, I do my best not to let my hopes and preferences hinder my rational gameplay.

Sounds good, to the extent that it makes any sense.  The part about attempting to structure your outstanding orders in such a way that causes you to feel largely emotionally neutral about bitcoin's short-term price direction resonates with me the most. Wink   

TL;DR Still more wait and see. Nothing to see here, gentlemen, move on please.

Sometimes tweaks can feel boring, but from time to time, tweaking tends to be a prudent and preferable practice.
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October 12, 2019, 11:23:32 PM

Seeing as you are playing dumb:

What is the difference between the two logos and how is not deliberately misleading / confusing to newbies ?  A practice which you have just said is dishonest.  

However, there indeed was a question in my reply. Which you conveniently ignored.

Distraction technique.  Duck, weave, obfuscate. 

So fucking weak.

Tell me... Exactly what is the authoritative organization that has deemed the presented artwork as the official BTC logo? Hmmmm?
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October 12, 2019, 11:26:54 PM

  BCH lost a long time ago, just as BSV lost the battle to be the real Bitcoin Cash.

They are both variants of bcash, and who cares about details? including if their is any meaning to whether one or another of them might be the real bcash.. who cares?
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October 12, 2019, 11:31:57 PM

You forgot the bit where the big blockers try to fool newbies into thinking Bcash lol and BSV are Bitcoin.
It appears that you have no inkling of IP law. What makes you think BTC has exclusive claim on public domain art?

That's exactly the kind of slippery, "formally correct"  argument that gives you a bad name, jbreher.

You speak of dishonorable paths and then defend conman moves such as appropriating an already established logo because you have an "inkling of IP law".

If the nutjobs(TM) were selling drinks, or toys, or other unrelated items, that would have been fine and no one would've called anyone out. The point is, the scamming shitcoiners are in the very same business (tokens, cryptocurrencies or what you call this Internet magic money).

This is outright brand stealing. Not from the brand owner, but from the collective of stakeholders (bitcoiners).
The fact that there's no opponent who can sue for damage is comfortable eh?

I will grant that that logo has some aspect of 'bitcoin-ness' to it. I will not grant that BTC has any higher claim upon that 'bitcoin-ness' than does BCH, let alone BSV.
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October 12, 2019, 11:34:21 PM

Then you are obviously posting in the wrong thread  Huh

I thought we were discussing Bitcoin?
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October 12, 2019, 11:35:17 PM

Seeing as you are playing dumb:

What is the difference between the two logos and how is not deliberately misleading / confusing to newbies ?  A practice which you have just said is dishonest.  

However, there indeed was a question in my reply. Which you conveniently ignored.

Distraction technique.  Duck, weave, obfuscate.  

So fucking weak.

Tell me... Exactly what is the authoritative organization that has deemed the presented artwork as the official BTC logo? Hmmmm?

Not addressing the question but asking a different question. Duck, weave, obfuscate.

I will grant that that logo has some aspect of 'bitcoin-ness' to it. I will not grant that BTC has any higher claim upon that 'bitcoin-ness' than does BCH, let alone BSV.

Not addressing the question but raising a different issue. Duck, weave, obfuscate.



Answer the question.  

What is the difference between the two logos and how is not deliberately misleading / confusing to newbies ?  A practice which you have just said is dishonest.  
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October 12, 2019, 11:37:27 PM

Segwit and LN and Schnorr are not BitCoin, for a very good reason.

You miss the real point.  Money is supposed to be a constant and unchanging.  Things like the noble metals (physical silver and gold) resist entropy.  Bitcoin FACILITATES entropy.  It's the #1 worst form of 'money' ever created.  If something starts out as some completely arbitrary abomination and randomly transforms into some other new, completely arbitrary abomination, it's obviously not fungible or money.

"Fungible" does not mean tumbling coins in some Albanian mixer to try and obfuscate outputs, it means the object has actual, inherent properties that don't mutate at random.  Fungibility is a requirement of money and no imaginary, digital shitcoin has it.  Physical metals are money and digital shitcoins are scam hoaxes pretending to have the traits of metals when they don't.

True, but it is just implicit. Bitcoin cannot be changed after Satoshi left. It is fraud to do so and keep the name.

You (hv_) are surely making up arbitrary rules in order to attempt to create a definition of bitcoin that could possibly cause some bullshit cultist shitcoin bitcoin attack vector to claim to be bitcoin... What a bunch of nonsense.  If you understand the concept of various network effects, then you might begin to understand that bitcoin has seven market affects going in its favor, and bcash variants hardly mark a dent in any of the network effects,  unless there were a network effect for a prolific ability to spread phoney baloney, then perhaps one of your bcashes would prevail in that (even while there is no such legitimate network effect that gives credibility to a project merely for an ability to spread phoney baloney... ... helrow?).

Biggest shit was Segshit, and we had the biggest drop of btc in market share with that.

As if you are making any kind of meaningful assessment of importance and the power of BIG daddy bitcoin.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes


Hope we have biggest learning curve about money now.

You can hope all that you like, and that is not going to get you anywhere without meaningful network effects.

True Bitcoin is better than any PM though

Well yeah.. bitcoin is an improvement upon all the PMs including gold and silver which are the most touted of the PMs for having some kind of store of value and/or currency effect, and of course, bitcoin beats both of them on those grounds.
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October 12, 2019, 11:38:44 PM

This board spends inordinate amount of time and effort talking about forks.
Seriously, who cares much about it? They came and now largely gone.

There are many other really relevant topics.
One, for example, is why govvies are so gung ho against Libra and telegram?
I am quite curious about this. Will this spillover to btc? Is is difficult not to expect some "regulatory" efforts by next summer at the latest.
How will bitcoin respond?
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October 12, 2019, 11:39:24 PM

Has anyone else noticed the severe drop in liquidity on coinbase pro for BTC/USD?? Order book averaged about $50 million+ in buys all the way down to $2200 up until yesterday. Within the last 24 hours it dropped from $50 million down to barely over $10 million. What happened here?

Coinbase revamped its fee structure. Again.

In the process, it nuked all standing orders made under the old fee structure.

PITA to set up all the ladders again, but whaddayagonnado?

bittrex, that's what I'm gonnado

Seems to me that Bittrerx has rather anemic withdrawal limits, but I may be misrememberating.

Yeah, there just aren't any good exchanges any more.  But if Coinbase thinks they can just keep jerking me around they got another thing coming.

Yeah, well Coinbase's recent changes were a wash for me, so...
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