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October 29, 2019, 01:23:15 AM

"halving of block reward should in theory act as a scarcity mechanism which makes each LTC unit more valuable"
"Analysts usually identify halvings as triggers for boosting market value"
No!
Only true if stock-to-flow & value are correlated: LTC no, BTC yes

Source: https://twitter.com/100trillionUSD/status/1188922106458841095

60% lol
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October 29, 2019, 04:26:38 AM

This is good, the masses are calm ...



Source:https://www.coinness.com/news/439890

There is more confidence, the feeling of purchase will begin to arrive little by little.
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October 29, 2019, 04:46:12 AM


Hey again JJG.  Sorry you aren't able to comprehend the charts.  I thought they were pretty self-explanatory but maybe not  Embarrassed.  I'll see if I can get some crayons to doodle something simple.  I'll bring a couple extra for you to chew on too  Tongue  Grin


I doubt that crayons are going to be very helpful in this situation, but whatever.   Do what you are capable of in terms of trying to figure out how to try to start to make a bit more senses.  

To give you some benefit of the doubt, I suppose there could be some 10 year olds or younger that might believe that they understand some of your seemingly puzzling points, perhaps?  

They might even conclude that you are funny, too, especially since you are still into crayons, including eating them or feeding them to others.    I would hate to see the state of your basement walls, especially if grandma is allowing you to "free range."     Shocked Shocked Shocked


at least JJG's reflexes are still good

You see, jackbauercsgo, you are not the only one who is into puzzles.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

upside down parabolas?

unless you're doing it ironically...

Parabolic trends appear during uptrends and downtrends.  Most people think they are for uptrends only and completely miss when they occur during downtrends.  This is why I inverted the chart, to help people see what was happening.  We're all way more accustomed to seeing parabolic uptrends, so people tend to "get it" more when I invert.

Hahahahhaha

For some reason, your creative communicative "cleverness" does not work very well for me.   Go figure.

Your level of clever reminds me:




 Wink    Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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October 29, 2019, 05:02:42 AM

In further Moron Monday news tonight, Brock and Roger agree that 'governance seems to be the hardest thing on any chain' amongst many other Moron Monday agreeings:
https://youtu.be/ym3gk05iAQQ What's up with EOS? - Brock Pierce Interviewed by Roger Ver

Some day this kind of behavioral sickness may even end up in the ICD as the "Ver syndrome" (furiously inventing and defending "alternative realities")  Cheesy
*Gets some popcorn before clicking the link*  Cool

EDIT: Bitcoin Judas gave Brock way too much coke  Shocked

It's over described for me.

Just from the description (thanks v8), I am going to save myself from such likely levels of dumb by not clicking on it, which also has an extra benefit of likely improving my quality (and perhaps quantity) of life.   Wink
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October 29, 2019, 05:25:12 AM

https://beincrypto.com/china-calling-blockchain-a-scam-is-now-banned/

Now they are banning articles calling blockchain a scam, I love this change except for the fact that they are going to have their own crypto



Bitcoin already is a gateway to many other cryptocurrencies.
In the long run the statecoins (centralized) and BTC, maybe a few other coins that make sense will survive.
So why don't you like it?

I'd be more comfortable holding a BTC stash and "using" it partially for exchange into other CC i can actually use.
This doesn't mean BTC can't be used, but it would give me better control about exchange fees.

We already have fiat currencies, I am not looking for a centralised stable coin for each country which is going to do the same job of the fiat currencies. If you are saying about ease of transfer, fiat currencies can be transacted through online payment gateways and it can also done as cash for the unbanked, which is not possible with the stable coin. So what's the point in creating a stable coin for a country? And I don't think they'll make any difference. If it was a global stable coin, at least we could could cut the cross border exchange fees.
In my opinion, a global stable coin like Libra better than fiat which is better than a localised stable coin. All these are in now way to be compared to Bitcoin which is in a separate league.
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October 29, 2019, 05:32:58 AM
Last edit: October 29, 2019, 05:44:43 AM by akhjob

i can see why the "blockchain-not-bitcoin" idiots went wrong. there is only one blockchain that has a valid use case and that is an invention: bitcoin.

to see an entire high-tech nation, and not a marginal one, to fall for this stupidity is hard to believe. the only explanation i have ( and i am no expert in this field) is that TRUST is such a big issue for china, since there is this culture of cheating and now they hope that "blockchain" will somehow make it easier for them to trust companies (for example).

i dont see "blockchain" working. it is out for a decade now, where are the applications? other than money/bitcoin?

if they really go all-in to "blockchain" with their entire economy it will end as a catastrophic failure like the Great Leap Forward.

That's because if they abruptly approve of bitcoin, other idiotic nations will call China, the funding nation for criminals. I think it's good they have reversed their earlier stance and have recognised blockchain. Once everyone gets involved into blockchain, it's only a matter of time they recognise Bitcoin.

I don't necessarily follow your assumptions there. China doesn't have to recognize BTC ever (though I think they eventually will). They can establish their own mandatory digital currency with a state centralized blockchain and any Chinese citizen who uses something else they'll charge with "provoking trouble".
https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/24/world/asia/china-metoo-hong-kong-protests.html
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The activist, Huang Xueqin, was detained last week in the southern city of Guangzhou, according to friends who asked not to be identified by name. The authorities accused Ms. Huang, 31, of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble,” a vague accusation that the government often uses to silence activists who challenge the status quo.

I am not saying that China will definitely recognise Bitcoin. But there is a possibility right ? That's what I'm happy about.

Edit: Check LuckMcFly's post on Chinese bank investing on bitcoin wallet - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg52907277#msg52907277

So, I guess the Chinese government might recognize Bitcoin sometime in the future. So does the other governments.
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October 29, 2019, 05:38:46 AM



Enough of this bullshit.

I want to see 10 000 damn it.
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October 29, 2019, 06:07:40 AM
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Your level of clever reminds me:




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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lr78cb1vHJ0&feature=youtu.be



@V8, @LFC first cricket world cup then manage to draw the Ashes and now ready for Rugby world cup? looks fruitful year for England only drawback is Brexit got delay.
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October 29, 2019, 08:14:42 AM

What's your thought on the Taycan?

Not interested in it. Like, at all. Has zero appeal to me.

Too big and heavy?
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October 29, 2019, 08:22:02 AM

What's your thought on the Taycan?

Not interested in it. Like, at all. Has zero appeal to me.

Too big and heavy?

Naaaaaaah..... you know what..... F***ing electric

Good morning btw
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October 29, 2019, 08:38:13 AM
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EDIT: "Real Satoshi" (not CSW) tweeting again. https://twitter.com/SatoshiNRH

So that's what Satoshi Nakamoto looks like??



I'm extremely disappointed!!  Grin Grin

#nohomo
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October 29, 2019, 08:56:51 AM
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EDIT: "Real Satoshi" (not CSW) tweeting again. https://twitter.com/SatoshiNRH

So that's what Satoshi Nakamoto looks like??



I'm extremely disappointed!!  Grin Grin

#nohomo

Yeah, but that's after he had his Snickers.

Before:



Better?  Grin
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October 29, 2019, 09:00:43 AM

^^Wow, perfect!!  Shocked Shocked
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October 29, 2019, 09:02:34 AM

^^Wow, perfect!!  Shocked Shocked

Better!

I should do a meme on this...
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October 29, 2019, 09:04:46 AM
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https://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-super-rich-elite-have-more-money-than-they-know-what-to-do-with-2019-10-28
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The top 1% have about $4.7 trillion in cash and cash equivalents, idling in bank accounts and earning next to nothing.
... hmmm, capital flows to where it is treated best?
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^^Wow, perfect!!  Shocked Shocked

Better!

I should do a meme on this...

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EDIT: "Real Satoshi" (not CSW) tweeting again. https://twitter.com/SatoshiNRH

So that's what Satoshi Nakamoto looks like??



I'm extremely disappointed!!  Grin Grin

#nohomo

What the hell is all that about?
Numerology!?
TF?
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October 29, 2019, 09:44:29 AM

What the hell is all that about?

Just another Satoshi wannabe with website, advertising, a story behind and willingness to convince people (and government institutions).
Since he cannot really prove anything, he's just another fly near the "I am Satoshi" pie.
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October 29, 2019, 09:50:49 AM

Guys as I told before, nowadays its very easy and there is only one sentence for that matter....

"I am satoshi"

or

Decentralised cash
Privacy, be your own bank
We are satoshi
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October 29, 2019, 10:28:16 AM

@V8, @LFC first cricket world cup then manage to draw the Ashes and now ready for Rugby world cup? looks fruitful year for England only drawback is Brexit got delay.
There's certainly plenty going on to distract the average Briton from the real issue - socialism must be put to bed by hard money and corresponding individual sovereignty.
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