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nice graph,
it will be interesting how these machine will cope with new AML5 regulation in Europe.
In Italy I tested an ATM (without KYC, other installation avaliable over Europe, also in Spain) but I bet they have only weeks left before they shut down.
Comprare Bitcoin senza KYC: Bitcoin Bancomat a Milano rispettoso della Privacy
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February 07, 2020, 04:01:28 PM

If you support BSV, you directly or indirectly support CSW. Break the association, don't openly support BSV. Speculate on it's value if you want though.
I am not sure what you are saying here. Are you saying I do support BSV?

If you are hodling it, yes you do. I don't say you do it knowingly... but the result is the same.

Not either of you specifically. Speculating isn't the same as openly supporting it. You might have some from old coins that you simply have not touched since all those years ago.

Securing the original coins, and then splitting the forks away would be a wise move to do right now, even if you aren't going to sell them yet.
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nice graph,
it will be interesting how these machine will cope with new AML5 regulation in Europe.
In Italy I tested an ATM (without KYC, other installation avaliable over Europe, also in Spain) but I bet they have only weeks left before they shut down.
Comprare Bitcoin senza KYC: Bitcoin Bancomat a Milano rispettoso della Privacy

Total restructuring and regulation will occur when bitcoin is integrated into existing traditional ATMs installed in or owned by banks.
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nice graph,
it will be interesting how these machine will cope with new AML5 regulation in Europe.
In Italy I tested an ATM (without KYC, other installation avaliable over Europe, also in Spain) but I bet they have only weeks left before they shut down.
Comprare Bitcoin senza KYC: Bitcoin Bancomat a Milano rispettoso della Privacy

Total restructuring and regulation will occur when bitcoin is integrated into existing traditional ATMs installed in or owned by banks.

Reading your posts makes me wonder if we are going to be able to cash out / use our BTC when we reach $100+k / BTC, without banks and governments giving us the third degree...

Edit: FWIW, I'm totally OK if the government takes a % of my coins and let me use the rest as I want without any interference from them.
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nice graph,
it will be interesting how these machine will cope with new AML5 regulation in Europe.
In Italy I tested an ATM (without KYC, other installation avaliable over Europe, also in Spain) but I bet they have only weeks left before they shut down.
Comprare Bitcoin senza KYC: Bitcoin Bancomat a Milano rispettoso della Privacy

Total restructuring and regulation will occur when bitcoin is integrated into existing traditional ATMs installed in or owned by banks.

Reading your posts makes me wonder if we are going to be able to cash out / use our BTC when we reach $100+k / BTC, without banks and governments giving us the third degree...

No, of course the g-men will always try to put their greasy hands on your precious

But the point is: what if you won't ever need to cash out?


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February 07, 2020, 04:49:19 PM

There are plenty of reasons to completely ignore TRX. So I do.

Irrelevant false equivalence is irrelevant.

Oh no you don't. Relevant equivalence is exactly right.

There are reasons, ripping to infinity - to completely ignore BSV. So we do.
Yet, you come here with your dog and piss all over, trying to trick people into believing BSV is anything but a scam.

Why is it that you don't post in the relative threads?
Fuck you jbreher. Politely.

You sound salty. Poor thing.
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February 07, 2020, 04:50:41 PM

In my opinion it is this:

It is one thing to find an alternative protocol to Bitcoin interesting, or believe in it as an investment.

I don't agree with this view, but people have the right to make choices, even if they ultimately prove to be wrong.  Live and let live.

However, going so far as refusing to condemn the objectively indefensible, places someone beyond the possibility of respect.  A fellow traveler ceases to be a friend, which is a shame.

Craig Wright's lack of principles and honesty is objectively indefensible.  This has been proven in a court of law.  He has lied under oath; it is not unreasonable to conclude he lives a tissue of lies.

When any man is obviously of sound mind and intelligent, but still disregards the obvious and will not condemn this plainly malignant, transparent liar, one can only conclude he is either; as corrupt as the man he defends, too egotistical, or too weak and foolish to look in the mirror and admit that he might be wrong.

And again, you conflate my support of BSV with support of CSW. Just no.

Dashjr has stated it is legitimate to kill all non-xtians. Does that taint all of BTC? No. For the person and the coin are two different things.

Do you think TRX and Justin Sun are two different things? Do you think TRX is not tainted by Justin?

If you believe that, then I have some TRX to sell you.  

There are plenty of reasons to completely ignore TRX. So I do.

Irrelevant false equivalence is irrelevant.

“I don’t like your question because I can’t answer it truthfully without revealing my corruption so I am going to pretend that I am above answering it”.

Have you considered running for office?

Don’t be a pussy.  Answer the question. Yes or No.

I answered the question. TRX is irrelevant to me. I can't be bothered to spend the time to look into it. Perhaps you have infinite amounts of free time on your hands. I do not.
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nice graph,
it will be interesting how these machine will cope with new AML5 regulation in Europe.
In Italy I tested an ATM (without KYC, other installation avaliable over Europe, also in Spain) but I bet they have only weeks left before they shut down.
Comprare Bitcoin senza KYC: Bitcoin Bancomat a Milano rispettoso della Privacy

Total restructuring and regulation will occur when bitcoin is integrated into existing traditional ATMs installed in or owned by banks.

Reading your posts makes me wonder if we are going to be able to cash out / use our BTC when we reach $100+k / BTC, without banks and governments giving us the third degree...

No, of course the g-men will always try to put their greasy hands on your precious

But the point is: what if you won't ever need to cash out?



I've always liked this meme.

That's the ultimate goal.
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nice graph,
it will be interesting how these machine will cope with new AML5 regulation in Europe.
In Italy I tested an ATM (without KYC, other installation avaliable over Europe, also in Spain) but I bet they have only weeks left before they shut down.
Comprare Bitcoin senza KYC: Bitcoin Bancomat a Milano rispettoso della Privacy

Total restructuring and regulation will occur when bitcoin is integrated into existing traditional ATMs installed in or owned by banks.

Even privately owned (by individuals) ATMs are a form of centralization.

The more governments and other corporations try to regulate them, the more people will turn to other more decentralized options like person-to-person transactions behind closed doors.

True decentralization consists of unofficial community of individuals worldwide.
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Unfortunately, our governments are only interested in collecting taxes and their partners, banks, charging commissions, the only hope will be that some countries freely adopt Bitcoin as one more freely circulating currency.
Everything else is in your hands, pure and hard financial engineering.
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nice graph,
it will be interesting how these machine will cope with new AML5 regulation in Europe.
In Italy I tested an ATM (without KYC, other installation avaliable over Europe, also in Spain) but I bet they have only weeks left before they shut down.
Comprare Bitcoin senza KYC: Bitcoin Bancomat a Milano rispettoso della Privacy

Total restructuring and regulation will occur when bitcoin is integrated into existing traditional ATMs installed in or owned by banks.

Even privately owned (by individuals) ATMs are a form of centralization.

The more governments and other corporations try to regulate them, the more people will turn to other more decentralized options like person-to-person transactions behind closed doors.

True decentralization consists of unofficial community of individuals worldwide.
As in, pre-KYC/AML localbitcoins. Over Tor, with feedback ratings.
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February 07, 2020, 05:00:37 PM

I have been thinking about it for a while...

I am going to dump a lot from my stash when this thing goes to moon next time because I want to experience some stuff that only the rich can but I think I'll also do it because, I just want more bitcoins and stay the fuck away from the legacy banking as much as possible.

Getting rich FIAT-wise is cool and that's what most people want but the next bitcoin moon shot will also provide you an opportunity to increase your coins at least x2 and possibly x4-5. (Assuming that it will go down %80 from the ATH again)

I think I'll dump some just to buy back later and If I won't be able to, I won't be really sorry. The only thing that can fuck me in the ass in this scenario is, if FIAT becomes completely worthless like Zimbabwe dollars.
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Bitcoin Optech Newsletter #83

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This week’s newsletter announces the release of Eclair 0.3.3, requests help testing a Bitcoin Core maintenance release, links to a new tool for experimenting with taproot and tapscript, summarizes discussion about safely generating schnorr signatures with precomputed public keys, and describes a proposal for interactive construction of LN funding transactions. Also included is our regular section about notable changes to popular Bitcoin infrastructure projects.

https://bitcoinops.org/en/newsletters/2020/02/05/
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February 07, 2020, 05:16:13 PM

I have been thinking about it for a while...

I am going to dump a lot from my stash when this thing goes to moon next time because I want to experience some stuff that only the rich can but I think I'll also do it because, I just want more bitcoins and stay the fuck away from the legacy banking as much as possible.

I want a sizeable chunk out and it's going to stay out. Somewhere around half will do. That's not for the sake of riches, there may not be all that much, more for stability and the ability to focus on other things without having to pay so much attention. I want to be interested, not compelled.

These cycles are just too boring now. It's not stressful or disappointing but I'm sick of being tied to the same old waves of hysteria followed by years of dullness. The idea of doing it all again all in beyond this move upwards, if there is to be one, feels like more than I'm willing to endure.

Very, very little will go into any form of bank.
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Quote from: JimboToronto link=topic=178336.msg53791597#msg53791597
True decentralization consists of unofficial community of individuals worldwide.
As in, pre-KYC/AML localbitcoins. Over Tor, with feedback ratings.

Or better yet, avoiding the internet and other forms of domestic espionage and meeting people through traditional face-to-face social contact away from cameras and analysis bots.
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February 07, 2020, 05:25:40 PM

You sound salty. Poor thing.

Your moral compass sounds way off. Broken.
Poor(er) thing.
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Good morning Bitcoinland.

Yet another day and another (barely) AYH ($9878 Stamp) followed by a sane correction... currently $9801USD/$13045CAD (Bitcoinaverage).

Nice and smooth, slow and steady.

Go bitcoin go.

Sleep tight, at $11k we're going to hold a jonoiv-proudhon party. Grin

Don't forget the other classic trolls like Kwukduck, Fonzie, NLC, Jaroslaw/Walsoraj, Matthecat, etc.

They're like the comics section in an old-fashioned newspaper. Good for a small laugh every day.

All those trolls are in my ignore list to this day, with kwukduck at the top. Back then I used to think these people were getting paid to troll. And now at this point I'm somewhat convinced these russian/chinese troll farms that are used to sway social media got their start in the Bitcoin community. Sort of a proving ground that sowing discord can have real world effects.

"Ok newbie welcome to trollcorp, now go cut your teeth on those new fangled Bitcoiners and all their joy and exuberance".

Its actually a credit to all of you who kept this thread going and active that you have turned it into what it is today, where the negative troll effect is effectively zero.
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All those trolls are in my ignore list to this day, with kwukduck at the top. Back then I used to think these people were getting paid to troll. And now at this point I'm somewhat convinced these russian/chinese troll farms that are used to sway social media got their start in the Bitcoin community. Sort of a proving ground that sowing discord can have real world effects.

"Ok newbie welcome to trollcorp, now go cut your teeth on those new fangled Bitcoiners and all their joy and exuberance".

Its actually a credit to all of you who kept this thread going and active that you have turned it into what it is today, where the negative troll effect is effectively zero.

Well howdy old timer. Lurk much?
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