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October 13, 2019, 05:29:17 PM

@8455$ , LFC remind people of there Vegeta Smiley


Who wants a little slice of BTC, how does $50 sound?
Follow the rules below as we pass $9,000 to win - VEGETA memes at the ready......






Good morning gentlemen!

$50 worth of BTC for the first person to successfully post a Vegeta meme when we cross $9,000 again Wink (Bitstamp)

I’m bored, thought it’d be cool to keep people on their toes and play a game Smiley

Edit - Please post screenshot of Bitstamp price to prove as my good friend fillippone says ‘trespassing of $9,000’
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what's that movie, mic?
Looks like fun.

A bit older now, but it’s from
Blue streak....

1999. Like "mystery men", which i missed completely and just watched two weeks ago.
Blue streak is on my to-view-list now, thanks  Grin


what's the meaning of those teeth?


Itf a gangfta grill, i gueff
EDIT: Or did you mean the grin emoticon i used?

Naaaaaah, its just a 1999 fun movie with Martin Lauwrence not to much content, just a comedy (don't expect to much) for me I can appreciate dumb laugh movies and back in the day I had a good laugh with this one as well.....

perfect for eveningf of ekfhaufted parentf!
(yes, i have to stop this lisp speek, or it's too late and i can't stop it any more)
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October 13, 2019, 06:02:10 PM



Infofront sleeping at the wheel.

Maybe fatty has worn him out? 

Bad fatty!!!!  Bad fatty!!!!  (hehehehehehe not the same as saying "fuck you fatty", without any other content.....  Wink ././.....   #nohomo )
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October 13, 2019, 06:06:16 PM

Just withdrew the corn I bought earlier today. Man, feels good to see my TREZOR balance rise!

"Buy BTC, HoDL, wait, ∞!"TM

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Edit: Took 50 minutes to confirm. Not the best performance, but the fee was quite low. All good!

As long as the fee isn’t super low use this - https://pool.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator

When we were in the last parabolic rise & Roger was spamming the network I sent a few transactions with a fairly high amount of coins & fucked up by not manually setting my fees. It was taking forever so I used the above. It’s a good service & free.

Thanks LFC, never used a Tx accelerator before, but have heard of them. Good to know that it worked when you tried it, will keep it handy.

The important thing is that, no matter how long they take, all transactions eventually confirm, which shows the super-robustness of the Bitcoin network. For all practical purposes, Bitcoin confirmations are "irreversible certainties". And way faster and cheaper than any fiat Tx...  Cool

I had a couple transactions come back to me in 2017.... so I am not sure what can cause that because I did not do anything besides attempting to send and getting a pending transaction that ended up coming back to my wallet.
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October 13, 2019, 06:08:40 PM

@BitmexLegend
The next bull market is about to start if you are still ignoring bitcoin you are about to miss one of the largest bubbles of mankind $BTC

https://twitter.com/bitmexlegend/status/1183444014390841345?s=21

If you don’t have any BTC what the fuck are you doing with your life?
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October 13, 2019, 06:09:27 PM

It’s cryptoqueeen ‘s BDay dinner

Cheers
Observers

Mic, congrats to Cryptoqueeen

LoL mic brother is  cryptoqueeen?  Grin
Mic is awesome WO guy.  

Nono, way of Wink
she's my GF, sometimes she writes something here, but a bit less as than I write in here...

FTFY - Understatement of the year.   Wink  even though currently feels a bit "annoying" your team will thank me later, perhaps? Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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October 13, 2019, 06:11:14 PM

@JJG - You must have paid ridiculously low fees on those transactions.
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October 13, 2019, 06:15:19 PM

@JJG - You must have paid ridiculously low fees on those transactions.

When they came back, there were no fees.... everything came back. The main reason that I remember was because I kept thinking that this is not supposed to happen.. .so I still have not figured out why it happen because I did not do anything like attempting to employ Replace By Fee (RBF) or anything like that.
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October 13, 2019, 06:20:22 PM

@BitmexLegend
The next bull market is about to start if you are still ignoring bitcoin you are about to miss one of the largest bubbles of mankind $BTC

https://twitter.com/bitmexlegend/status/1183444014390841345?s=21

If you don’t have any BTC what the fuck are you doing with your life?

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October 13, 2019, 06:21:34 PM

This new tweet from PlanB reminded me of the method of crossings, which is applied in calculus, they call it "The Cemetery method".

Great analysis for negotiating data in these 10 years of history.




I need a bit more  explanation in order to attempt to get closer to understanding what is significant about this way of attempting to arrange the data.  In other words, I cannot really appreciate what the chart is saying.. it just looks like a clumping blob of colors.
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October 13, 2019, 06:23:43 PM

@BitmexLegend
The next bull market is about to start if you are still ignoring bitcoin you are about to miss one of the largest bubbles of mankind $BTC

https://twitter.com/bitmexlegend/status/1183444014390841345?s=21

If you don’t have any BTC what the fuck are you doing with your life?



Mic, if I had £1 for every time I have checked the price waiting for the MOON I’d be a multi millionaire already Cheesy
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October 13, 2019, 06:24:09 PM

Just withdrew the corn I bought earlier today. Man, feels good to see my TREZOR balance rise!

"Buy BTC, HoDL, wait, ∞!"TM

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Edit: Took 50 minutes to confirm. Not the best performance, but the fee was quite low. All good!

As long as the fee isn’t super low use this - https://pool.viabtc.com/tools/txaccelerator

When we were in the last parabolic rise & Roger was spamming the network I sent a few transactions with a fairly high amount of coins & fucked up by not manually setting my fees. It was taking forever so I used the above. It’s a good service & free.

Thanks LFC, never used a Tx accelerator before, but have heard of them. Good to know that it worked when you tried it, will keep it handy.

The important thing is that, no matter how long they take, all transactions eventually confirm, which shows the super-robustness of the Bitcoin network. For all practical purposes, Bitcoin confirmations are "irreversible certainties". And way faster and cheaper than any fiat Tx...  Cool
Thanks! I'll save that, might be useful.
I noticed its run by big block community as seen in their solution. Roger and friends may actually carve out a unique spot for themselves  Wink Grin 
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What should we do to solve jam problem
Essentially, the key to solving jam problem is to increase or even remove block size limit but Bitcoin Core developers keep refusing to do so to allow more people to use Bitcoin, regardless of the Bitcoin white paper and signed consensus.
In this case, a group of big block supporters initiated the first hard fork of Bitcoin increased the block size to 8MB, with a forked digital asset born - Bitcoin Cash (BCH).
BCH does all what Bitcoin can and does it better in a more flexible way. What’s more, much lower fees and faster confirmations makes it more user-friendly, following the core principles of “Bitcoin”.
Therefore, we should support Bitcoin Cash and big blocks.

Of course, it is going to be friendly and easy to use if there are hardly anyone using it.  Transactions are going to go through fast as fuck.
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@JJG - You must have paid ridiculously low fees on those transactions.

When they came back, there were no fees.... everything came back. The main reason that I remember was because I kept thinking that this is not supposed to happen.. .so I still have not figured out why it happen because I did not do anything like attempting to employ Replace By Fee (RBF) or anything like that.

Waiting for the network to "forget" about the transaction

If a transaction remains unconfirmed for too long, it can be eventually "forgotten" by most nodes on the Bitcoin network if no one rebroadcasts the transaction. This happens due to node restarts, mempool expiry times, or mempool eviction because the minimum relay fee has increased. This process typically takes a few days (usually 3). Once a transaction has been "forgotten", you may not see it in your wallet and you probably will not see the transaction in most block explorers. Once the transaction has been "forgotten", you can simply send the Bitcoin again but include a higher transaction fee. If you still see the transaction in your wallet, you will need to follow the instructions in the next Replace-By-Fee Section.

Note that some wallets will continuously rebroadcast the transaction while the wallet is on, so you either have to remove the transaction from the wallet using the instructions in the RBF section, or shut down the wallet and keep it off for several days.
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October 13, 2019, 06:32:03 PM

if I had £1 for every time I have checked the price waiting for the MOON I’d be a multi millionaire already Cheesy

Your conclusion, LFC, is that checking BTC prices "on the regular" does not help you to become more richie in a faster way?

Only helps to confirm that you might be poor?  while NOT knowing why?



.. like our resident troll?  Not sure why he is poor?
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October 13, 2019, 06:35:57 PM

@JJG - You must have paid ridiculously low fees on those transactions.

When they came back, there were no fees.... everything came back. The main reason that I remember was because I kept thinking that this is not supposed to happen.. .so I still have not figured out why it happen because I did not do anything like attempting to employ Replace By Fee (RBF) or anything like that.

Waiting for the network to "forget" about the transaction

If a transaction remains unconfirmed for too long, it can be eventually "forgotten" by most nodes on the Bitcoin network if no one rebroadcasts the transaction. This happens due to node restarts, mempool expiry times, or mempool eviction because the minimum relay fee has increased. This process typically takes a few days (usually 3). Once a transaction has been "forgotten", you may not see it in your wallet and you probably will not see the transaction in most block explorers. Once the transaction has been "forgotten", you can simply send the Bitcoin again but include a higher transaction fee. If you still see the transaction in your wallet, you will need to follow the instructions in the next Replace-By-Fee Section.

Note that some wallets will continuously rebroadcast the transaction while the wallet is on, so you either have to remove the transaction from the wallet using the instructions in the RBF section, or shut down the wallet and keep it off for several days.

That seems to have explained what happened, and it was about 3 days and the transaction disappeared from my wallet.  I am pretty sure that I had used a blockchain.info wallet for that (or those... it seems to have happened more than once, but one of the times might have been a receiving time, so I am not as clear about whether something might have been done on the other end when I was receiving, especially in the circumstance that the guy did not honor the transaction, once it had been discovered to have not gone through to me).
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October 13, 2019, 07:09:24 PM



along with their claim of 5nm chips in spring and 3nm chips in development.




We shall see...i am skeptical, but they might deliver something by next summer, which means that current buyers would be largely obliterated.
Bitmain is killing the golden goose aka cutting the branch they are sitting on themselves.
It only takes one large loss to drop out of the mining game alltogether.


They have competition now, they have to keep plants open in some manner to fund their own data halls if customers being secondary to them keeping the

doors open and funding for their research and development. Kinda looks like when Spondoolies went under, not enough demand to keep up with all the above.

They are scrambling like the rest of us at these prices for BTC/Crypto that much is true indeed!

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October 13, 2019, 08:13:23 PM



DUTCH CENTRAL BANK HINTS AT ECONOMIC RESTART BASED ON GOLD STANDARD

https://bitcoinist.com/dutch-central-bank-hints-at-economic-restart-based-on-gold-standard/
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October 13, 2019, 08:15:31 PM

OUCH!

EDIT: The bleeding hasn't stopped yet... $250+ down in less than 15 minutes.
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October 13, 2019, 08:21:24 PM

OUCH!

EDIT: The bleeding hasn't stopped yet... $250+ down in less than 15 minutes.

Yah, fucked up H&S formed

not a pretty one, but probably means more down
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October 13, 2019, 08:38:51 PM

well

there's our "big move"
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