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January 16, 2020, 04:13:01 PM

https://twitter.com/whalepanda/status/1022550208817889280?s=21

Old, but I did had a good laugh with this one  Cheesy

Speaking of old funny shitcoin videos, this is my all time favourite:  Grin

https://twitter.com/richardheartwin/status/952021214909927424

(Audio is in Russian, still a fun conversatilon Smiley )
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January 16, 2020, 04:14:17 PM
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Can you guys please stop talking about completely irrational future gains?

You are spoiling all the fun... were it to occur. Which it won't. Probably. Just no.

and thats if we had any corn. which we dont, of course.

freakin boats *sigh*

shoulda bought a plane.

Don't do it!
I lost all my corn in a plane crash!

EDIT: seriously... would you rather grab the trezor or the parachute backpack when the damn engine blows up at 3000ft?!

EDIT2: over the fucking volcano that god just decided to let erupt...
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January 16, 2020, 04:14:53 PM

Well, objectively, the price of both BCH and BSV are higher than BTC's was, just about 5 years ago, or around 2013-ish ... The problem is they might stick around at least another 5 years just because ... reasons.

Presumably when CW fails to sign a message from any address holding large amounts of corn ahead of this final court date on Feb 3rd then BSV, at least, will suffer a massive dump.

It’s his final opportunity to show he’s (lol) Satoshi. You’d think any of his dumb sheep who buy & believe in BSV will start to sell as it plummets.

BSV @ $50 incoming!

Hopefully the court is going to be tough on Craig, but I have my doubts.

Of course, Craig and his legal team is attempting to engage in kinds of delay tactics and even attempt to play some kind of confusing offer of proof, and it might NOT play out too well for Craig if the court realizes the level of his attempting to play the court system.. and they hopefully crack down on him..... but I am suspecting that they are going to be successful to delay.. not sure, but that is my tentative speculation about February 3.

Doesn’t make any sense does it, why he’d be allowed to delay. Sign a fucking message.
He can’t so he obviously loses, well he should.
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January 16, 2020, 04:18:14 PM


....... the real value of the BTC is definitely BTC+BCH+BSV (+BTG and other offsprings), so they say, which is at least true for unclaimed coins mined before the chainsplit(s).......

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In other words, unless the forkenings of bitcoin are able to attain consensus for bitcoin network effects to move over to their chain, they are nothing but an altcoin, and should not be considered as anything more than an altcoin, even if they have bitcoin in their name and even if they are mooching off of bitcoin's transactional history.

I didn't quite understand the argumentation fully, too.
Bitcoin is bitcoin, in my opinion. A fork is maybe something like an act of freedom, if you want it to see that way, but if you split from your community, it would be dumb to say you're still part of the community.
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January 16, 2020, 04:32:33 PM

Can you guys please stop talking about completely irrational future gains?

You are spoiling all the fun... were it to occur. Which it won't. Probably. Just no.

and thats if we had any corn. which we dont, of course.

freakin boats *sigh*

shoulda bought a plane.

Don't do it!
I lost all my corn in a plane crash!

EDIT: seriously... would you rather grab the trezor or the parachute backpack when the damn engine blows up at 3000ft?!

EDIT2: over the fucking volcano that god just decided to let erupt...

New biz idea: rugged hardware wallet? I mean like a flight recorder on a plane?  Cool
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January 16, 2020, 04:33:08 PM

Can't wait until someone moves the contents of one of those 16404 addresses. Or signs a message against one Smiley

The list is not public yet, I assume?

It would be interesting to see some statistics about the addresses.
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January 16, 2020, 04:33:59 PM

Can you guys please stop talking about completely irrational future gains?

You are spoiling all the fun... were it to occur. Which it won't. Probably. Just no.

and thats if we had any corn. which we dont, of course.

freakin boats *sigh*

shoulda bought a plane.

Don't do it!
I lost all my corn in a plane crash!

EDIT: seriously... would you rather grab the trezor or the parachute backpack when the damn engine blows up at 3000ft?!

EDIT2: over the fucking volcano that god just decided to let erupt...

Good place for this one:

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January 16, 2020, 04:38:42 PM

Well, objectively, the price of both BCH and BSV are higher than BTC's was, just about 5 years ago, or around 2013-ish ... The problem is they might stick around at least another 5 years just because ... reasons.

Presumably when CW fails to sign a message from any address holding large amounts of corn ahead of this final court date on Feb 3rd then BSV, at least, will suffer a massive dump.

It’s his final opportunity to show he’s (lol) Satoshi. You’d think any of his dumb sheep who buy & believe in BSV will start to sell as it plummets.

BSV @ $50 incoming!

Hopefully the court is going to be tough on Craig, but I have my doubts.

Of course, Craig and his legal team is attempting to engage in kinds of delay tactics and even attempt to play some kind of confusing offer of proof, and it might NOT play out too well for Craig if the court realizes the level of his attempting to play the court system.. and they hopefully crack down on him..... but I am suspecting that they are going to be successful to delay.. not sure, but that is my tentative speculation about February 3.

Doesn’t make any sense does it, why he’d be allowed to delay. Sign a fucking message.
He can’t so he obviously loses, well he should.

It should be clear that part of his strategy is to delay as much as he can.


Remember that they entered into settlement discussions for several months, and then it became clear that he pretty much backed off of the whole thing. 

Don't get me wrong.  The fact that he is likely to continue to attempt to play the stall and delay card does not mean that he is going to be successful, and I suppose that he and his legal team is smart enough to know that they have to attempt to be creative in the ways that they attempt to play such card(s), but it may also end up backfiring on them... which many of us would prefer the backfiring route, including CSW getting locked up until he produces, but that lock up scenario does not seem likely to happen, at least not in the short-term.
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January 16, 2020, 04:48:46 PM
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$100,000.00 per BTC ?

Keep day dreaming, you need US for that to happen !
Fuck off
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I'm guessing someone probably posted this already but besides the obvious CSW pot stirring, I think it is interesting and a bit scary that exchanges continue to dominate holdings. Seems folks really don't get the importance or don't care that if you don't hold your private keys you don't hold your funds.
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January 16, 2020, 05:01:42 PM

$100,000.00 per BTC ?

Keep day dreaming, you need US for that to happen !

Well..there is no such thing as a free lunch tho, someone needs to pay for our retirement.

Thank you in advance. Smiley
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January 16, 2020, 05:01:59 PM

$100,000.00 per BTC ?

Keep day dreaming, you need US for that to happen !

Attention seeker....

Go to cryptotalk.org —-> where get paid for every post and not necessarily have to be ethical or morally good...

Exactly your place

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January 16, 2020, 05:02:06 PM
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$100,000.00 per BTC ?

Keep day dreaming, you need US for that to happen !

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January 16, 2020, 05:05:51 PM

This is big:

A new Bitcoin boom?Grayscale reports record crypto investments for 2019

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Digital currency manager Grayscale took in $607 million of investments in 2019, an amount that outstripped its collective inflows of the previous five years.

From their report:
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Most significant asset raising year in Grayscale’s history: Investment for FY19, totaled $607.7 million, surpassed combined investment into all Grayscale’s products from 2013 through 2018.
Largest quarterly investment to Grayscale® Bitcoin Trust ever: With $193.8 in 4Q19, investment into Grayscale Bitcoin Trust exceeded the $171.7 million in investment raised in 3Q19.

The current situation is this one:



Please note the relative size of Bitcoin Investments comparet to shitcoins.

So back of the envelope calculations:

USD 607 millions@BTCUSD8,000 means roughly 75,000 bitcoins were bought this year.
After the halving each year 6.25*24*365 Bitcoins will be mined.
This means Greyscale alone more than 20% of Bitcoins.

How cannot be bullish?
This is Stock to Flow in full power!



Maths are hard
6.25*6*24*365

but yeah the point stands. Can't wait till ETF
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January 16, 2020, 05:26:09 PM

<...>
So back of the envelope calculations:

USD 607 millions@BTCUSD8,000 means roughly 75,000 bitcoins were bought this year.
After the halving each year 6.25*24*365 Bitcoins will be mined.
This means Greyscale alone more than 20% of Bitcoins.

How cannot be bullish?
This is Stock to Flow in full power!

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Maths are hard
6.25*6*24*365

but yeah the point stands. Can't wait till ETF
Maths are hard, typing harder: the calculations are right, the typing is wrong.
6.25*6*24*365=328,500
75,000/328,500=23%
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January 16, 2020, 05:30:39 PM


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg53615001#msg53615001

7 pages of this photo and nobody saw the WO, just come to the girls. Cheesy

The WO sign is so prominent in the foreground that it seemed to need no additional highlight (especially here).  Relevant crypto women, on the other hand, are rare enough, so the two visible chicks made me curious. I wondered if they're just random bimbos with photoshopped bodies or actual significant voices in the choir.
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January 16, 2020, 05:33:27 PM

Even gembitz doesn't deserve the extent of treatment he's received here.  I get the entertainment factor, I personally miss some of the quality trolling.    

I'll disagree with you on this one.
Aside the entertainment factor, he is semi-dangerous.

Speaking of which, the absolute-cunt is loose:

I'm a faggot!
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January 16, 2020, 05:36:53 PM

Has anybody here ever bought BSV?

Please, be honest guys. I could do with a good laugh.

Don't be coy. You *know* I did.

Laugh all you want.

Just getting started.

Looks like it turned out to be a good trade (speculation wise) but... I have to ask, you still a firm believer of BSV?

I mean, considering who are the main promoters (CSW, Ayre, etc) and all the circus that surrounds them... Haven't you had a second thought on the matter?

Don't you think it is a house of cards about to fall any moment from now?

OTH, I still think what you are doing is hedging a more than profitable position in any case. Which could be reasonable in YOUR case. Insurance has a cost.
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January 16, 2020, 05:37:08 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=178336.msg53615001#msg53615001

7 pages of this photo and nobody saw the WO, just come to the girls. Cheesy

The WO sign is so prominent in the foreground that it seemed to need no additional highlight (especially here).  Relevant crypto women, on the other hand, are rare enough, so the two visible chicks made me curious. I wondered if they're just random bimbos with photoshopped bodies or actual significant voices in the choir.

I am skeptical that there would be more than one gal/chick in the whole of crypto...  

Perhaps everyone else knows this too, so that is why no one here has been able to dance into an attempted answer of your question, so far...  You have really stumped the chumps, this time.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy 
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^ Please don't feed the troll. Thanks. ^
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