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February 29, 2020, 02:49:20 AM
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https://covid19info.live/

... global total cases outside China have accelerated dramatically in the last 20 days.
Now doubling every 2 days, previously was doubling every 6-7 days.
Maybe an artifact of testing and reporting in newly infected regions, but disconcerting nevertheless.
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February 29, 2020, 03:28:51 AM

https://covid19info.live/

... global total cases outside China have accelerated dramatically in the last 20 days.
Now doubling every 2 days, previously was doubling every 6-7 days.
Maybe an artifact of testing and reporting in newly infected regions, but disconcerting nevertheless.
Latest update about coronavirus its all gathered nearly 3 hours ago so you can imagine what is happen and how going.
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February 29, 2020, 03:40:13 AM

Trump has just said that coronavirus is a new hoax by the Democrats so y’all can settle down now
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February 29, 2020, 03:45:56 AM

Trump has just said that coronavirus is a new hoax by the Democrats so y’all can settle down now
Thanks for this update now I can sleep safely here because Trump is doing good for all of us. Cheesy Grin Shocked
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the lithiums have made impressive strides in energy density, outpacing your Trojans by a fair bit

that said, and I am quite aware of the dangers inherent in H2SO4, if I had one of those power walls it would be installed in an airtight bunker some distance from the dwelling...

when lithium decides to do the bad, it is really bad
True. For a house system weight and energy density aren't as big a problem as in a car (where you have to like move it). So L16 or T105 batteries can get you a lot of power for a reasonable price without the major fire problem of lithiums.

As for hydrogen I've never seen issues with lead, however I guy I knew did blow the bed off his battery powered truck with flooded NiCD batteries. Those last forever but really can gas hydrogen on charge. Oh well.

100ah AGM batteries are quite nice as well but a bit more pricey per AH. Any way you go, you need to figure out how much power you need per day, then build your solar panels to put that much power back in 1/2 day (factoring in cloudy days) with a battery capacity of at least 3-4 times your load for rainy days and the like. Thus if you want to run the fridge (200 watts*24=4.8kw) some lights (about 1kw a day) and a toaster (1,500 watts for an hour a day) you're at 7kw. Thus a 28kw battery pack and 14kw of solar will do it. Assuming 5 hours of sun per day (and you factored in the 2x oversize for solar) and you're talking a ~2kw array and if the batteries are 48v then a 500ah battery pack or 16 T105's.

Takes more power than you think.

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February 29, 2020, 04:58:17 AM

I think Bitcoin can take a good bullish leap.

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Very interesting dynamic on the TOTAL chart. There seems to be a generational pivot precisely at the intersection of the two most important diagonals on the entire chart dating back to the ATH.

Could BTC be coiling in preparation for something huge?



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If the crypto market does dip lower before incurring some intense upwards momentum, it is possible that this formation will be validated, meaning that a massive movement is imminent.

Source: https://www.newsbtc.com/2020/02/29/something-huge-is-brewing-in-the-crypto-market-factors-to-watch/
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February 29, 2020, 05:30:18 AM
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King Bitcoin : The Ultimate Safe Haven Status Update-

1. King Bitcoin is up approximately 22 percent from its Dec. 31 price when Coronavirus first began its reign of terror.

 https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/06/health/wuhan-coronavirus-timeline-fast-facts/index.html

2. Gold, the primitive safe haven of our ancestors, puked back much of its gains today with an over 3 percent drop. It has only gained a mere 3.7% since Dec. 31. Yes, there is a new sheriff in town.   Cool

3. Silver has performed terribly and Roach may never come back again. After puking and losing over 6 percent of its value today, it is down 6.75% since Dec 31.

4. Global stocks are down about 8.44% as measured by Vanguard Total World Index https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/VT/

Only one of these assets is having its supply cut in half in 73 days. Its good to be King. Cheesy

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February 29, 2020, 05:46:43 AM

^ Insert Matrix Meme

So you are telling me, Lambie Slayer, just buy Bitcoin?
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February 29, 2020, 05:55:05 AM

Coinbase Is Testing Clearview’s Controversial Facial Recognition Technology

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Internal documents obtained by BuzzFeed revealed New York-based Clearview AI – a startup facing legal threats from Apple and Google as well as calls for greater scrutiny into its practices – had already shared or sold its technology to roughly 2,200 companies and authorities around the world.

Clearview's software trawls websites and social media platforms to scrape data and match images posted online to persons of interest. Coinbase was among the organizations that had used the software for at least one search, BuzzFeed reported Thursday.

A Coinbase spokesperson confirmed in the article the exchange had tested Clearview's software regarding its "unique needs around security and compliance," but added customer data had not been used in any of its tests.

https://www.coindesk.com/coinbase-is-testing-clearviews-controversial-facial-recognition-technology

Damn jerks.

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February 29, 2020, 06:19:09 AM

"As a thought experiment, imagine there was a base metal as scarce as gold but with the following properties: - boring grey in colour - not a good conductor of electricity - not particularly strong, but not ductile or easily malleable either - not useful for any practical or ornamental purpose and one special, magical property: - can be transported over a communications channel If it somehow acquired any value at all for whatever reason, then anyone wanting to transfer wealth over a long distance could buy some, transmit it, and have the recipient sell it" - Nakamoto
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what is their actual fucking problem?

I just don't get what part of not being evil fucking shitheads is so hard for most people...
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Damn jerks.


jesus

what is their actual fucking problem?

I just don't get what part of not being evil fucking shitheads is so hard for most people...

There goes my coinbase account  Undecided
Any exchange recommendations for EU citizens?
Kraken? Do they still suck so bad?

Observing $8.735
Sideways mode (idling for possible pump?)
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Bitstamp, If you are only interested in an exchange for BTC.
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February 29, 2020, 07:34:03 AM

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Bitstamp, If you are only interested in an exchange for BTC.

Thanks, i'll have a look.
Holding a couple of IOTA crap, maybe even down to zero. Otherwise it's the king only i put my spare fiat into  Cool

EDIT: Real life calling me, (back)read you guys later! Have a nice one  Grin
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February 29, 2020, 07:35:54 AM

50 WMA /350 DMA ($8400) is hodling nicely. If this line hodls, till we get out of the triangle, it is a good bull sign. No $6k. No $7k. Moon.
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Damn jerks.


jesus

what is their actual fucking problem?

I just don't get what part of not being evil fucking shitheads is so hard for most people...

There goes my coinbase account  Undecided
Any exchange recommendations for EU citizens?
Kraken? Do they still suck so bad?

Observing $8.735
Sideways mode (idling for possible pump?)

Never had problems with Kraken ....
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Im proud of JJG. With so much free time now, he will probably invent the Coronavirus vaccine.
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February 29, 2020, 08:12:12 AM

the lithiums have made impressive strides in energy density, outpacing your Trojans by a fair bit

that said, and I am quite aware of the dangers inherent in H2SO4, if I had one of those power walls it would be installed in an airtight bunker some distance from the dwelling...

when lithium decides to do the bad, it is really bad
True. For a house system weight and energy density aren't as big a problem as in a car (where you have to like move it). So L16 or T105 batteries can get you a lot of power for a reasonable price without the major fire problem of lithiums.

As for hydrogen I've never seen issues with lead, however I guy I knew did blow the bed off his battery powered truck with flooded NiCD batteries. Those last forever but really can gas hydrogen on charge. Oh well.

100ah AGM batteries are quite nice as well but a bit more pricey per AH. Any way you go, you need to figure out how much power you need per day, then build your solar panels to put that much power back in 1/2 day (factoring in cloudy days) with a battery capacity of at least 3-4 times your load for rainy days and the like. Thus if you want to run the fridge (200 watts*24=4.8kw) some lights (about 1kw a day) and a toaster (1,500 watts for an hour a day) you're at 7kw. Thus a 28kw battery pack and 14kw of solar will do it. Assuming 5 hours of sun per day (and you factored in the 2x oversize for solar) and you're talking a ~2kw array and if the batteries are 48v then a 500ah battery pack or 16 T105's.

Takes more power than you think.



Not sure where you live but we can get by on 14.5kw/h per day including two fridges, security systems etc.  

We run a 10kw system and it would be a rare day we get less than 15 kWh out of it, seeing as that is 1.5 hours at full load.  30 - 40 kw is more typical, peaking out around 60kw.
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February 29, 2020, 08:56:33 AM

According to forum statistics:
Male to Female Ratio: 4.6:1
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=stats

I will also ask the question for them:
Girls,how much time do you spend in the forum?

I would really like to see the girls answer here.
Girls would be so kind to post in the thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5228859.msg53933996#msg53933996

We have girls in Wall Observer?
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