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Somebody who hacked the most important social platform in the world only wants Bitcoin not shitcoins.

No way someone that could gain that type of access was only scamming BTC. Is this a cover for something much bigger?

Oh well, free advertising is always nice i guess.


I accept as true with you that hacking on social media are often for the other purpose, those that have hacked must have done it for a purpose just to frighten people otherwise they need to allow you to know that bitcoin is far more powerful. However, during this case, Bitcoin has been ready to gain far more popularity because Bitcoin is far stronger.


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List of hacked Twitter users:

- Apple
- Elon Musk
- Bloomberg
- Cashapp
- Jeff Bezos
- Bill Gates
- Uber
- Tron
- Justin Sun
- Bitcoin
- Coinbase
- Binance  
- Gemini
- Coindesk
- Charlee Lee
- Joe Biden
- Barack Obama
and more.....

Also Bitcoin Vs Twitter trending topic now.
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July 16, 2020, 05:05:20 AM

Somebody who hacked the most important social platform in the world only wants Bitcoin not shitcoins.

No way someone that could gain that type of access was only scamming BTC. Is this a cover for something much bigger?

Oh well, free advertising is always nice i guess.


Ofcourse, this is a very big advertisement for BTCitcoin. But, I'm afraid that it might throw more negativity towards it  Undecided



Just for fun.
https://twitter.com/Cryptanzee/status/1283538246635380736
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Somebody who hacked the most important social platform in the world only wants Bitcoin not shitcoins.

No way someone that could gain that type of access was only scamming BTC. Is this a cover for something much bigger?

Oh well, free advertising is always nice i guess.


Ofcourse, this is a very big advertisement for BTCitcoin. But, I'm afraid that it might throw more negativity towards it  Undecided



Just for fun.
https://twitter.com/Cryptanzee/status/1283538246635380736

I don't see this throwing negativity over BTC , do people say $ is shit when someone robs a bank?  Grin  It is a free advertisement as stated above, things are happening around BTC and this shows at what lenghts people are willing to go to get more BTC. If anything that shows how powerful and valued BTC is Cheesy

Twitter will take the flak for this one as they should.
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July 16, 2020, 05:51:05 AM

wasn't sure that I really saw what i saw, so had to google Tovush/Tavush.
yep...shelling or BM-21 Grad.
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Google are not always provide accurate result particularly map preview.
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July 16, 2020, 06:25:06 AM

Your turn. What is the definition of decentralization to which you adhere, DaRude? Hmmm?

Riiiight, that's just you bitching about nodes, still not seeing you defining decentralization, and criteria that you used to come to conclusion that BTC and BSv are as decentralized? Surely you're not just putting out claims without backing them up  Roll Eyes

Whenever breher is wrong about something (which is often), he just changes the definition of the word he is talking about to something completely irrelevant to the crux of the discussion. My favorite example is when he talks about how BSV can't be a scam because its just an agnostic piece of software, and Faketoshi isn't the same thing as BSV, then goes on to regurgitate CSW talking points in defense of why BSV is so great.
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I'm thinking August... probably August, yeah.

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FWIW, what I think jbreher is saying, is that BTC and BSV can both potentially be equally decentralized. In other words, the algorithms themselves allow for the same amount of decentralization.

However, BTC is currently far more popular/dominant than BSV, and this currently gives it a higher amount of decentralization. But this is not due to the algorithm itself, but due to popularity/dominance, which could potentially change in the future.

Well, I don't believe it will, for several reasons which have been discussed many times here in WO, but that's essentially what jbreher is saying.
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3 years ago: crashed to $1830.


3 years ago : jumped to nearly 20K
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3 years ago: crashed to $1830.


3 years ago : jumped to nearly 20K

Funny extrapolating through 2 points - that's how you trick noobs into ?

Who can predict in a speculative game ?

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July 16, 2020, 09:32:35 AM

I'm thinking August... probably August, yeah.



You got that covid19 dip included in the resistance line...
one might reconsider?

EDIT: I also didn't take bottom 2017 into account, so these are two very different perspectives. We met the last bottom alerady and it's way higher than 2017.
Twitter is all about bullish breakout "soon", so probably the king will tank "soon". who really knows?
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3 years ago : jumped to nearly 20K

Funny extrapolating through 2 points - that's how you trick noobs into ?

Who can predict in a speculative game ?

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Big words from a shitcoin promoter who has negative trust ratings for promoting Bitcoin Cash and for illegally giving fake legal/tax advice. GTFO of our thread.
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3 years ago : jumped to nearly 20K
After 3 years we will 200K  Smiley
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It's happening? One last down before UPGrin
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It's happening? One last down before UPGrin

We've had a lot of these last downs, they're starting to wear me out.
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It's happening? One last down before UPGrin

YUP! ***One Time Special Offer***

- Giving back to the Community!
- Exclusive to WALL Observers  Wink
- Just send me one ATH  Shocked
- I will send you back TWO ATH's for free!  Cool
- Offer only applies for the next 8 years!  Lips sealed
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It's happening? One last down before UPGrin

We've had a lot of these last downs, they're starting to wear me out.

Are here going to be getting yet another visit from Vegeta again?
I am pretty sick and tired of him at this point.
Still, some movement, even down, has got to be better than this long sideways action.
Fingers crossed that the big move up is imminent.
Got a retirement to be looking forward to soon.
Go Honey Badger Go.
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And in other ATH's:

https://twitter.com/LJKawa/status/1283568477102645248

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While the biggest loser from today's massive hack was Twitter, the biggest winner was bitcoin and crypto in general. LunarCRUSH - which leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze cryptocurrency-focused social trends, search behaviors, internet chatter - compiled some data points regarding the Twitter hack. Here’s the interesting data (source: Twitter, Reddit, YouTube, Medium, all News...basically the internet) they found:

For the first time ever, there have been over 550,000 social posts about crypto within 24 hours. This number excludes spam and bots.
At 3 PM PDT today, for the first time ever there were over 100,000 unique individuals on social media posting about / mentioning Bitcoin.
Out of all cryptocurrency-related social posts in the last 24 hours, Bitcoin’s share of all those posts went as high as 94.48%.
This event has had a little-to-no effect so far for Bitcoin’s price, but TWTR is down in after-hours trading.
Despite this potentially being looked at as a negative event, the negative event was really Twitter. The outcome was all-time high awareness across a much broader set of individuals that have never mentioned Bitcoin before.

-really not that many
-it's a start, a bump, a filip
-maybe a storm in a teacup
-waiting to find out what the White House makes of it
-but perhaps they did it themselves?

https://twitter.com/HackingDave/status/1283565211958509568

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So. You have this level of access, you write a ton of automation scripting for it, and you send a lame mass bitcoin campaign.

Could have easily sold  this access for millions.

Something isn’t adding up here and smells like a much larger campaign masked as something else.

anyway, someone gets it:

https://twitter.com/RepTomEmmer/status/1283560177489379330

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Bitcoin isn't the problem. Centralized control is.
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