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Question: When will we see a new ATH?
2023 - 38 (25.5%)
2024 - 58 (38.9%)
2025 - 40 (26.8%)
2026 - 3 (2%)
2027 - 2 (1.3%)
After 2027 - 3 (2%)
Never - 5 (3.4%)
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There's no long term plan here, at this point even if he somehow manages to prove that he owns Satoshi's private and gpg keys, i don't see how anyone would want to support a blockchain network with an "owner". BSvers can't be that dumb, or can they
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February 06, 2020, 06:20:42 PM

congrats ivomm you're a great one
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February 06, 2020, 06:27:32 PM


There's no long term plan here, at this point even if he somehow manages to prove that he owns Satoshi's private and gpg keys, i don't see how anyone would want to support a blockchain network with an "owner". BSvers can't be that dumb, or can they

He likes what Satoshi did

He doesn't like what blockCore did to Satoshi 's BitCoin

He might be Satoshi and keeps the trolls running

So far that's cool

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February 06, 2020, 06:31:50 PM

[img width=400]https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EP_7vJcWAAAzxpi?format=jpg&name=medium
There's no long term plan here, at this point even if he somehow manages to prove that he owns Satoshi's private and gpg keys, i don't see how anyone would want to support a blockchain network with an "owner". BSvers can't be that dumb, or can they

-Narrator: They are that dumb.

Actually they are scammers and if they manage to make money by successfully scamming other people, I wouldn't exactly call them "dumb". They are scammers without a doubt but you know this place, there is always a dumber one out there. (remember bitconnect) BSV people are targeting those morons and sadly, they'll probably make money from this.
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February 06, 2020, 06:40:00 PM

LN can and will help with fungibility. One aspect of the Lightning Network that few commenters mention.

I was just about to ask. thanks.
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February 06, 2020, 06:49:34 PM


There's no long term plan here, at this point even if he somehow manages to prove that he owns Satoshi's private and gpg keys, i don't see how anyone would want to support a blockchain network with an "owner". BSvers can't be that dumb, or can they

^kick craig wright in the ballzzz coin Wink reeeee
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February 06, 2020, 07:02:09 PM
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Well, I bought like 0.22025224 BTC at $9,234.41 per BTC yesterday 2/4/20 at $2,064.21 USD.  Of that, there was the $30.31 USD Coinbase fee in previous amount here.

Jeepers. That's like a 1.5% fee. I might suggest you sign up for pro.coinbase.com. Instead of trading against Coinbase the company, you are trading against their other customers, with Coinbase merely serving as the marketplace. Fees there are much, much lower. Max of 0.5%, min of 0.0%.
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https://knownorigin.io/edition/129125
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February 06, 2020, 07:25:45 PM

Signed and sealed: Nakamoto, BTC... is it Dorian?  Tongue
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February 06, 2020, 07:34:50 PM
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There's no long term plan here, at this point even if he somehow manages to prove that he owns Satoshi's private and gpg keys, i don't see how anyone would want to support a blockchain network with an "owner". BSvers can't be that dumb, or can they

He likes what Satoshi did

He doesn't like what blockCore did to Satoshi 's BitCoin

He might be Satoshi and keeps the trolls running

So far that's cool

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The issue is that BSv idiots fail to see that no one wants a "decentralized" network with an "owner". The tech is out and people saw the benefit and value in the decentralized network. That's like if coca cola was still trying to force people to drink it to treat drug dependence, or viagra still insisted it was used to treat heart problems, or listerine to treat gonorrhea. No one cares what the original intent was, but i guess those that don't remember history are doomed...
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February 06, 2020, 07:47:09 PM

That's not entirely true.

Imagine a mixer that works like this:

1. You send the mixer some coins.
2. The mixer gets those coins, then gives you the private keys to another set of coins worth a little less (they already deduct their fee or whatever)
3. The coins you got are in the blockchain, but they were unspent since yesterday.

If the mixer does it's job properly, that's kinda hard for any chain analysis company to trace transactions which are not connected to each other and would look like time traveling.

This is actually what happens with some mixers.
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February 06, 2020, 07:47:33 PM

I must admit that I am surprised that Justin Sun survived this enthusiasm with Buffett (you missed one t), considering what his twitter looks like after this historic encounter. Now Buffett is the owner of TRX and BTC, does this mean that he will now start talking positively about BTC?

Buffett was just being polite.  He isn’t going to promote BTC and TRX.
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February 06, 2020, 07:56:21 PM

Many companies decide to pull out of the #MobileWorldCongress event in Barcelona due the rapid spread of the #coronavirus.

There is no harm in making sure your supplies are up to date. Call it a practise drill if you prefer. Get a months's worth of basic supplies together for all pets and people in your household. Do it right now.
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February 06, 2020, 08:05:47 PM
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I must admit that I am surprised that Justin Sun survived this enthusiasm with Buffett (you missed one t), considering what his twitter looks like after this historic encounter. Now Buffett is the owner of TRX and BTC, does this mean that he will now start talking positively about BTC?

Buffett was just being polite.  He isn’t going to promote BTC and TRX.

Buffett Before Dinner with Justin Sun: “Bitcoin has no unique value at all,”... “It is a delusion, basically.”

Buffett After Dinner with Justin Sun (Scenario 1): Now that Justin has explained BTC and how it really functions as a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. I am sold and will recommend to everyone i know!!!! Including Bill and Jamie... I cannot believe my comments the last few years have been completely misguided! but still not too sure what that TRON crap was all about...

or

Buffett After Dinner with Justin Sun (Scenario 2): Has that little Asian Guy transferred the $4.5million dollars yet? Get me the hell away from here and toss that samsung shit in the bin, happy with my nokia 5110.
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Nice one. The original:
https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=888&dat=19690513&id=EUtSAAAAIBAJ&sjid=xnsDAAAAIBAJ&pg=4286,2222795&hl=en
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February 06, 2020, 08:18:26 PM

I like the way they censored JPMorgan right out of it.
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February 06, 2020, 08:50:19 PM


There's no long term plan here, at this point even if he somehow manages to prove that he owns Satoshi's private and gpg keys, i don't see how anyone would want to support a blockchain network with an "owner". BSvers can't be that dumb, or can they

He likes what Satoshi did

He doesn't like what blockCore did to Satoshi 's BitCoin

He might be Satoshi and keeps the trolls running

So far that's cool

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The issue is that BSv idiots fail to see that no one wants a "decentralized" network with an "owner".

The issue is that anti-BSV idiots fail to see -- notwithstanding CSW's statement quoted above -- that BSV no more has an "owner" than does BTC.
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February 06, 2020, 08:51:08 PM


There's no long term plan here, at this point even if he somehow manages to prove that he owns Satoshi's private and gpg keys, i don't see how anyone would want to support a blockchain network with an "owner". BSvers can't be that dumb, or can they

He likes what Satoshi did

He doesn't like what blockCore did to Satoshi 's BitCoin

He might be Satoshi and keeps the trolls running

So far that's cool

 Grin

The issue is that BSv idiots fail to see that no one wants a "decentralized" network with an "owner". The tech is out and people saw the benefit and value in the decentralized network. That's like if coca cola was still trying to force people to drink it to treat drug dependence, or viagra still insisted it was used to treat heart problems, or listerine to treat gonorrhea. No one cares what the original intent was, but i guess those that don't remember history are doomed...

Bitcoin is a protocol.

It just gets used if it works fine.

Nothing to sell here, like Segwit or LN.
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February 06, 2020, 08:51:54 PM

Many companies decide to pull out of the #MobileWorldCongress event in Barcelona due the rapid spread of the #coronavirus.

There is no harm in making sure your supplies are up to date. Call it a practise drill if you prefer. Get a months's worth of basic supplies together for all pets and people in your household. Do it right now.

Don't forget water. For most of the developed world's populace, water is (((their))) greatest tool of control.
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February 06, 2020, 09:06:08 PM

Hi, sorry to be so offtopic in here but....

Did anyone catch when that 400 bitcoin sell wall was removed from bitstamp?
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