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January 23, 2020, 10:43:06 PM

number go down

jojo keep working

Me for the next 2 years:



Not bad and lots of perks... all you can eat... grease facials... yada yada yada

Maybe dats a bargain boy DCAing his minimum wage since 2012

Buy dos dips n burn dos manipulators  Cool
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Just had an idea about seasteads:
Would it be possible to adjust the floats to let a "basement", having the shape of a half sphere or bowl, made of transparent material, sink a few yards into the ocean?
So that the "ground level" of the living compartment is about at sea level, and you could watch what happens below in a 360° view from the "basement"...

One key to the spar design is that the less surface area at the surface the better. This is where the waves are crashing against your seastead. Ideally they would meet a thin pole, 1mm thick holding your house above it.

As it is, that would not support any structure so we have opted for a steel tube 1.6m wide. We could make it smaller but we want it to be easy for people to walk down a spiral staircase into the spar so they can reach the underwater room with views like this:



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January 23, 2020, 11:02:51 PM

Just had an idea about seasteads:
Would it be possible to adjust the floats to let a "basement", having the shape of a half sphere or bowl, made of transparent material, sink a few yards into the ocean?
So that the "ground level" of the living compartment is about at sea level, and you could watch what happens below in a 360° view from the "basement"...

One key to the spar design is that the less surface area at the surface the better. This is where the waves are crashing against your seastead. Ideally they would meet a thin pole, 1mm thick holding your house above it.

As it is, that would not support any structure so we have opted for a steel tube 1.6m wide. We could make it smaller but we want it to be easy for people to walk down a spiral staircase into the spar so they can reach the underwater room with views like this:





Now that looks totally... awesome.

Does it act as a kind of ballast for the above-water accommodation?
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January 23, 2020, 11:12:29 PM

Just had an idea about seasteads:
Would it be possible to adjust the floats to let a "basement", having the shape of a half sphere or bowl, made of transparent material, sink a few yards into the ocean?
So that the "ground level" of the living compartment is about at sea level, and you could watch what happens below in a 360° view from the "basement"...

One key to the spar design is that the less surface area at the surface the better. This is where the waves are crashing against your seastead. Ideally they would meet a thin pole, 1mm thick holding your house above it.

As it is, that would not support any structure so we have opted for a steel tube 1.6m wide. We could make it smaller but we want it to be easy for people to walk down a spiral staircase into the spar so they can reach the underwater room with views like this:





Yeah, like this, but all around sea view (if possible).
I was thinking of a floating pole, just anchored with a steel rope, maybe retractable, to keep the low end of the pole more steady. Still some things to think of, like movement compensation and tilting, because auf waves, tide, winds and so on. Physics...
The spiral staircase looks great! I can imagine hanging out there for a while on a daily basis  Cool
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January 24, 2020, 12:26:18 AM

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January 24, 2020, 12:52:03 AM

Duh... we should've stayed over $9000, but it seems like bears really want us to keep remembering Vegeta and Dragon Ball memes. Roll Eyes

Remember back, not very long ago, several of us kept saying that we were not going to see 4 digits NO more; however, we seem to keep seeing 4 digits.

I feel much safer in the assertion that we won't see three digits no more... NOT to be a FUDdy duddy.. or to give too much hope to the beartards.   Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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January 24, 2020, 01:19:39 AM
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$6k/bitcoin feels like a dream. I don't know if I could resist going all-in at that price.

$6k or $100k, whichever comes first, I win either way.

Leg go!


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Does it have anything to do with bitcoin and wall observing?

Likely not.

Sometimes we observe things, but most of the time we hodl each other's dicks, to feel safe.

#no homo




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January 24, 2020, 01:20:43 AM
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Noticing that since starting a daily DCA I care even less when the price goes down. More corn for the hodl! I'd even prefer to stay below 10K as long as possible. Its almost inevitable that at some point in the (all to soon) near future mere bit cents .01 could be much more difficult to acquire.
Bitcoin advertisements in the wild are at an all time high, hash rate is ATH, curiosity and education is growing healthy. The stage is being set. Enjoy the stacking opportunities of sub 10K corn. We already know they will buy fomo at higher prices  Wink
It just can't look like a bubble this time.
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January 24, 2020, 02:51:28 AM
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Just had an idea about seasteads:
Would it be possible to adjust the floats to let a "basement", having the shape of a half sphere or bowl, made of transparent material, sink a few yards into the ocean?
So that the "ground level" of the living compartment is about at sea level, and you could watch what happens below in a 360° view from the "basement"...

One key to the spar design is that the less surface area at the surface the better. This is where the waves are crashing against your seastead. Ideally they would meet a thin pole, 1mm thick holding your house above it.

As it is, that would not support any structure so we have opted for a steel tube 1.6m wide. We could make it smaller but we want it to be easy for people to walk down a spiral staircase into the spar so they can reach the underwater room with views like this:



Calling Captain Nemo?
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January 24, 2020, 02:58:16 AM

The Ichi cloud has a lot of information, this time we may have a good bullish rally.

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$BTC

The 3D ichi (on standard settings) made a bullish cross.

These seem to work pretty well on bitcoin.

Just an observation.



Source: https://twitter.com/ByzGeneral/status/1220537251807080450
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January 24, 2020, 03:06:11 AM

Just had an idea about seasteads:
Would it be possible to adjust the floats to let a "basement", having the shape of a half sphere or bowl, made of transparent material, sink a few yards into the ocean?
So that the "ground level" of the living compartment is about at sea level, and you could watch what happens below in a 360° view from the "basement"...

One key to the spar design is that the less surface area at the surface the better. This is where the waves are crashing against your seastead. Ideally they would meet a thin pole, 1mm thick holding your house above it.

As it is, that would not support any structure so we have opted for a steel tube 1.6m wide. We could make it smaller but we want it to be easy for people to walk down a spiral staircase into the spar so they can reach the underwater room with views like this:





Those are absolutely awesome aesthetics. I assume it is just a render but... will the "real life" interiors really look that impressive?

That is a *HUGE* leap forward from the first prototype for sure.

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January 24, 2020, 05:59:00 AM

As Exchanges Beef Up Security Measures, Hackers Get More Sophisticated

https://blog.chainalysis.com/reports/cryptocurrency-exchange-hacks-2019
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January 24, 2020, 06:29:19 AM

you have no fear that CSWs insane mind will finish its decent into lunacy and utterly destroying whatever you think bsv is?

No. Users are not forced to accept new versions of SW. Anyone is free to continue using the previously existing version. This nullifies any threat.

Of course, it is likely that nChain is a significant miner, which does lead to some exposure in this regard. But Craig does not hold exclusive chains of power in that organization, and others there are not suicidal. So, somewhat mitigated.

does csw know about this?

he would most likely sue them and take his own devs to court if they ignore his decisions. or split from bsv if they dont listen. just extrapolating this on observed past behavior.

anyway as you say they dont have to follow so it will be intersting as to how long bsv puts up with him.



Seems like the writing is on the wall, CSW becoming a toxic liability and the new BSv directive is to pivot and try to separate BSv from CSW, shills are out in force trying to push this. We should all support CSW in his efforts to sue Ayre for libel. BOSSv (Bitcoin Original Satoshi Super Vision) sounds better too.

Where do you get this tripe?


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Great. Yet none of the above supports your claim that "CSW becoming a toxic liability and the new BSv directive is to pivot and try to separate BSv from CSW". Nor that "shills are out in force trying to push this". Why don't we focus on your claim before diverting to an entirely different topic?
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January 24, 2020, 07:19:35 AM

Sounds more like speculation regarding having coins stolen through insider intervention rather than something that actually happened.

Are you referring to Casascius coins or some other brand of coin?

Apparently they had a Casascius bar too, that was worth 100 BTC....

https://news.bitcoin.com/someone-redeemed-a-100-btc-casascius-bar-worth-over-700k/

I've never heard of any losses of this manner where Cascacius coins were concerned.

A few 1000 BTC coins were minted as well.
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January 24, 2020, 07:35:56 AM

-snip-
... I would rather just go up from here, but seems like there exists some short term down momentum... how low it will go remains another to be determined matter.
Why it would go up please? I don't understand...
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January 24, 2020, 08:40:11 AM

you have no fear that CSWs insane mind will finish its decent into lunacy and utterly destroying whatever you think bsv is?

No. Users are not forced to accept new versions of SW. Anyone is free to continue using the previously existing version. This nullifies any threat.

Of course, it is likely that nChain is a significant miner, which does lead to some exposure in this regard. But Craig does not hold exclusive chains of power in that organization, and others there are not suicidal. So, somewhat mitigated.

does csw know about this?

he would most likely sue them and take his own devs to court if they ignore his decisions. or split from bsv if they dont listen. just extrapolating this on observed past behavior.

anyway as you say they dont have to follow so it will be intersting as to how long bsv puts up with him.



Seems like the writing is on the wall, CSW becoming a toxic liability and the new BSv directive is to pivot and try to separate BSv from CSW, shills are out in force trying to push this. We should all support CSW in his efforts to sue Ayre for libel. BOSSv (Bitcoin Original Satoshi Super Vision) sounds better too.

Where do you get this tripe?


<snip regurgitation of scads of quotes of a single person>

Great. Yet none of the above supports your claim that "CSW becoming a toxic liability and the new BSv directive is to pivot and try to separate BSv from CSW". Nor that "shills are out in force trying to push this". Why don't we focus on your claim before diverting to an entirely different topic?

Ayre (the person who pretty much owns Faketoshi) is just a single person in BSv world? Right, so now you're going to argue how BSv is decentralized and not ran by one person and his cronies? Silly bear, see if it was anyone else i could've written this off to ignorance, but your depth of knowledge on this subject rules that out, which makes me think that there's something more sinister at play here.
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January 24, 2020, 09:03:22 AM

Why it would go up please? I don't understand...

Cos it's BTC.
(btw, JJG didn't say that)

You seem to be suffering from the shitcoin syndrome.
Wish you a quick recovery.
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January 24, 2020, 09:22:03 AM

good opportunity to buy back in?

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January 24, 2020, 09:22:31 AM
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"Bitcoin’s Privacy and Scaling Tech Upgrade ‘Taproot’ Just Took a Big Step Forward"
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A privacy and scalability upgrade that could turn out to be one of bitcoin's largest to date has passed a couple of milestones that were little noticed outside technical circles.

On Tuesday, Pieter Wuille, a Bitcoin Core contributor and the brains behind the update known as Taproot submitted a work-in-progress code change to GitHub in what's known as a "pull request," showing that the code is ready for more developer eyes..

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January 24, 2020, 09:29:36 AM

Why it would go up please? I don't understand...

Cos it's BTC.
What do you mean? It's something that goes up with no reason? Till which level?
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