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January 25, 2020, 12:11:51 AM

Thanks xhomerx10...

I do wonder if any of the poor sods who lost out will ever get a penny, but you never know...

 Being a poor sod myself, I'm not holding out much hope.  If it weren't for JBreher giving me the heads up about Proof-of-keys day (January 3rd) I would certainly have lost much more than I did.  I believe the exchange was shut down less than 2 weeks after the proof-of-keys day.

Wow. Didn't realize the concrete benefit thereof. Kinda warms the heart...

...though it kinda makes one wonder if perhaps the proof-of-keys reveals Quadriga's theretofore hidden insolvency?

hahahahaha

Your partial savior of one of our otherwise potentially lost-puppy WO peeps, namely xhomerx10, might have off-set a decent amount of your misleading bullshit posts over the years involving pumpenings of BIG blocks, attempts to overthrow bitcoin and your bullshit attempts to assert that Bcash SV has some kind of honest and/or redeeming value... which even you cannot really believe your own bullshit in that direction.. as somac had pointed out to you.... yeah right...  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes


Anywhoooo, ...thanks for saving (even if only partially and inadvertently) xhomerx10... I had been starting to kind of grow fond of the guy.. and not sure what I personally would have done without him.. too many ways to list .......  Wink    Tongue
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January 25, 2020, 01:02:43 AM

Anybody follow @satoshi_babe on Twitter?

Well worth a wank look!

https://twitter.com/satoshi_babe




Even with BTC I'm fairly sure I could not 'afford' @satoshi_babe. One must know one's limitations. I'd pull something and die.

Much like the male praying mantis..debating now internally on if it would be worth it....hmmm....goodbye 'cruel' fiat-based world!

sorry..wandered into a daydream...happens often...
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January 25, 2020, 01:13:56 AM
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In other news, pretty pleased at the moment, feeling like I have my time thing sorted for now, there will be room for a lambo...er...rubidium standard, in the future

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January 25, 2020, 01:22:11 AM

Thanks xhomerx10...

I do wonder if any of the poor sods who lost out will ever get a penny, but you never know...

 Being a poor sod myself, I'm not holding out much hope.  If it weren't for JBreher giving me the heads up about Proof-of-keys day (January 3rd) I would certainly have lost much more than I did.  I believe the exchange was shut down less than 2 weeks after the proof-of-keys day.

Wow. Didn't realize the concrete benefit thereof. Kinda warms the heart...

...though it kinda makes one wonder if perhaps the proof-of-keys reveals Quadriga's theretofore hidden insolvency?

hahahahaha

Your partial savior of one of our otherwise potentially lost-puppy WO peeps, namely xhomerx10, might have off-set a decent amount of your misleading bullshit posts over the years involving pumpenings of BIG blocks, attempts to overthrow bitcoin and your bullshit attempts to assert that Bcash SV has some kind of honest and/or redeeming value... which even you cannot really believe your own bullshit in that direction.. as somac had pointed out to you.... yeah right...  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes


Anywhoooo, ...thanks for saving (even if only partially and inadvertently) xhomerx10... I had been starting to kind of grow fond of the guy.. and not sure what I personally would have done without him.. too many ways to list .......  Wink    Tongue

 AWww JJG!  You're making me cry and my wife jealous. 
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January 25, 2020, 01:39:28 AM
Last edit: January 25, 2020, 02:37:46 AM by JayJuanGee

Thanks xhomerx10...

I do wonder if any of the poor sods who lost out will ever get a penny, but you never know...

 Being a poor sod myself, I'm not holding out much hope.  If it weren't for JBreher giving me the heads up about Proof-of-keys day (January 3rd) I would certainly have lost much more than I did.  I believe the exchange was shut down less than 2 weeks after the proof-of-keys day.

Wow. Didn't realize the concrete benefit thereof. Kinda warms the heart...

...though it kinda makes one wonder if perhaps the proof-of-keys reveals Quadriga's theretofore hidden insolvency?

hahahahaha

Your partial savior of one of our otherwise potentially lost-puppy WO peeps, namely xhomerx10, might have off-set a decent amount of your misleading bullshit posts over the years involving pumpenings of BIG blocks, attempts to overthrow bitcoin and your bullshit attempts to assert that Bcash SV has some kind of honest and/or redeeming value... which even you cannot really believe your own bullshit in that direction.. as somac had pointed out to you.... yeah right...  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes


Anywhoooo, ...thanks for saving (even if only partially and inadvertently) xhomerx10... I had been starting to kind of grow fond of the guy.. and not sure what I personally would have done without him.. too many ways to list .......  Wink    Tongue

 AWww JJG!  You're making me cry and my wife jealous.  

Hahahaha

I had anticipated that you were going to rag on me for using past tense (which I just felt flowed better).


Regarding your wife, she needs to learn that "sharing is caring."    Cheesy Cheesy

Edit:  Whoops.  I almost forgot to add the nohomo part.... ..


Better late than never.... #nohomo.
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January 25, 2020, 01:44:42 AM

Steal money from "professional" traders?

Lawl. What a joke.

Bitcoin traders are basically gamblers who are aren't smart enough to realize that it's the exchanges who make the money. Those with deep enough pockets to manipulate the market may be able to earn short-term more than exchange fees and fiat transfer costs but the real gains are made by long-term growth.

Giving your bitcoins to an exchange to hold for you is just plain stupid. Not your keys, not your coins. The prudent investor avoids the internet, "wallets", passwords, etc. Do you understand dual-key cryptography? Simply  protect your private keys. Don't put all your eggs in one basket. When the day comes that your coins are worth many times what they're worth now, you'll be glad to be able to sweep small addresses.
Exchanges like CME or Bakkt are regulated, so they can't manipulate their market.

What about all the people who bought Bitcoin 2 years ago? How much did they earn as of now?

Those who paid over $30 in 2011 would have been way down when it was worth barely $5 in 2012. Those who paid over $1000 in 2013 would have been way down when it fell below $200 in 2015.

The smart people are the ones with the foresight to hold on to the coins they had while prices fell, and accumulate even more coins while they were cheap.

Even at the rock bottom price of $3.2k a year ago, those who bought for $1000 were doing pretty well. Those who stocked up at $5 or $30, or $200 are more than pleased with their investments.

When bitcoins are valued in 6 digits, these 4 digit prices will be seen as a bargain.
6 digits? you mean 6  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy no?
If you want I can bet 100$ against 50$ of yours that Bitcoin won't be at 6 digits in one year.  Wink
You are seriously still dreaming of lambos in 2020?  Cheesy
I'm observing $82xx as of now...  Grin
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January 25, 2020, 02:00:15 AM
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Steal money from "professional" traders?

Lawl. What a joke.

Bitcoin traders are basically gamblers who are aren't smart enough to realize that it's the exchanges who make the money. Those with deep enough pockets to manipulate the market may be able to earn short-term more than exchange fees and fiat transfer costs but the real gains are made by long-term growth.

Giving your bitcoins to an exchange to hold for you is just plain stupid. Not your keys, not your coins. The prudent investor avoids the internet, "wallets", passwords, etc. Do you understand dual-key cryptography? Simply  protect your private keys. Don't put all your eggs in one basket. When the day comes that your coins are worth many times what they're worth now, you'll be glad to be able to sweep small addresses.
Exchanges like CME or Bakkt are regulated, so they can't manipulate their market.

What about all the people who bought Bitcoin 2 years ago? How much did they earn as of now?

Those who paid over $30 in 2011 would have been way down when it was worth barely $5 in 2012. Those who paid over $1000 in 2013 would have been way down when it fell below $200 in 2015.

The smart people are the ones with the foresight to hold on to the coins they had while prices fell, and accumulate even more coins while they were cheap.

Even at the rock bottom price of $3.2k a year ago, those who bought for $1000 were doing pretty well. Those who stocked up at $5 or $30, or $200 are more than pleased with their investments.

When bitcoins are valued in 6 digits, these 4 digit prices will be seen as a bargain.
6 digits? you mean 6  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy  Cheesy no?
If you want I can bet 100$ against 50$ of yours that Bitcoin won't be at 6 digits in one year.  Wink
You are seriously still dreaming of lambos in 2020?  Cheesy
I'm observing $82xx as of now...  Grin


W0w, you really are a certain kind of special, ask Homer to make you a cap.

Here's a recommendation.



You might have to fight her for it.
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January 25, 2020, 02:19:25 AM
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fuck me

headed down to the Winchester for a pint

https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.01.23.20018549v1.full.pdf
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January 25, 2020, 02:37:21 AM

Anybody follow @satoshi_babe on Twitter?

Well worth a wank look!

https://twitter.com/satoshi_babe




Even with BTC I'm fairly sure I could not 'afford' @satoshi_babe. One must know one's limitations. I'd pull something and die.

Much like the male praying mantis..debating now internally on if it would be worth it....hmmm....goodbye 'cruel' fiat-based world!

sorry..wandered into a daydream...happens often...

Still, a possibility.
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January 25, 2020, 02:41:29 AM
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W0w, you really are a certain kind of special, ask Homer to make you a cap.

Here's a recommendation.



You might have to fight her for it.

I was gonna mention that I didn't say anything about 2020 but I realized I'd already fed the troll more than it deserved.

Your post sums it up nicely. Thanx.
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January 25, 2020, 02:48:39 AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uYUB8DZH2M
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fuck me

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https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.01.23.20018549v1.full.pdf


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What exchanges do people recommend for sMerit???

https://www.bourdela.com/

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Thanks. I clicked that at work  Angry


That's an adult escort site. Hopefully no one at the work saw that you clicked that in the office, else you could be fired by the boss  Wink
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January 25, 2020, 06:32:07 AM

In other news, pretty pleased at the moment, feeling like I have my time thing sorted for now, there will be room for a lambo...er...rubidium standard, in the future



You are a box of surprises, jojo69, who knows what you are capable of doing with that frequency meter, I would not like to live near your home. Cheesy
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January 25, 2020, 06:51:06 AM

fuck me

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https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2020.01.23.20018549v1.full.pdf

According to this data (estimatinf 5% of infections are known yet), roughly every 650th of infected dies, but if you consider the official numbers (1300:40) the lethality increases to 1/30.
The flu, in comparison, if you calculate the median of infection vs. deaths estimations, kills every 700th infected person.

Dedicated to the people that keep telling that the flu is worse than this pandemic pest.

Get youself UV-C lights (and protection goggles)  Cool
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January 25, 2020, 07:08:43 AM

They're singin' about it in Oklahoma...
It's a beautiful day,
The corn is as high as an elephant's eye
And it looks like it's climbin' clear up to the sky!
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January 25, 2020, 07:22:45 AM
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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?

To 9000, obviously.


Edit: Apologies for feeding the troll. Ignored.
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Happy New Year WO's! (again)   Chúc Mừng Năm Mới 2020
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