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September 20, 2020, 08:19:43 AM

what coins

poor mindrust

I can't imagine that he's a nocoiner, and that goes for mindrust as well.
From a psychological perspective, if for any reason you lose/sell/whatever all your coins, it makes sense to disappear.

what sense


poor swaystar #deletewo



Gotta have skin to stick around for long.

good point...


does she?
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September 20, 2020, 08:53:34 AM

Bitcoin gave mankind,
What banking never allowed:
Financial freedom!

Most people fear it,
And think it's a Ponzi scheme,
As banks told them so.

But those with insight,
Like Neo in The Matrix,
Swallowed the RED pill.

50 coins per block,
Starting a revolution,
With code, not with guns!

Whatcha gonna do?
Support it or reject it?
I know where I stand.

500 Euros,
Take a few seconds to print,
In fiat printers!

Try printing Bitcoin,
And you'll quickly realize,
What a fool you've been!

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1 US dollar is currently worth 9114 sats
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Here we go $1=1Satoshi
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1 US dollar is currently worth 9114 sats
https://usdsat.com/

Here we go $1=1Satoshi


$1 = 1000Satoshi would be good enough  Wink
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I'm still mesmerized to see how bitcoin grow over years, specially 10 years ago which 1USD is 1.6 billion sats, after a year became 17.9 million sats, what a massive spike!
And now currently at 9,125 sats, can we expect a 1$ to less than 1 sats of equivalence?   Cheesy
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1 US dollar is currently worth 9114 sats
https://usdsat.com/

Here we go $1=1Satoshi


$1 = 1000Satoshi would be good enough  Wink

Why prolong the agony? Cheesy
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September 20, 2020, 09:37:13 AM

what coins

poor mindrust

I can't imagine that he's a nocoiner, and that goes for mindrust as well.
From a psychological perspective, if for any reason you loose/sell/whatever all your coins, it makes sense to disappear.


^ I see what you did there Wink
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1 US dollar is currently worth 9114 sats
https://usdsat.com/

Here we go $1=1Satoshi


$1 = 1000Satoshi would be good enough  Wink

Why prolong the agony? Cheesy

$1 = 1Sat would make bitcoin the world reserve currency & some bitcoin’ers would be the richest people in the world?

I’d love it to happen as I’d be rich AF too but it’s unlikely in our lifetime imo.
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September 20, 2020, 10:25:00 AM

Here we go $1=1Satoshi

$1 = 1000Satoshi would be good enough  Wink

Sane.




But did you see me tighten the loose O? Wink
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September 20, 2020, 10:38:31 AM

But did you see me tighten the loose O? Wink

~ jb opens his war chest, looking for the nuke ~

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1 US dollar is currently worth 9114 sats
https://usdsat.com/

Here we go $1=1Satoshi


$1 = 1000Satoshi would be good enough  Wink

Why prolong the agony? Cheesy

$1 = 1Sat would make bitcoin the world reserve currency & some bitcoin’ers would be the richest people in the world?

I’d love it to happen as I’d be rich AF too but it’s unlikely in our lifetime imo.
I'm with you in this, but...

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As an amusing thought experiment, imagine that Bitcoin is successful and
becomes the dominant payment system in use throughout the world.  Then the
total value of the currency should be equal to the total value of all
the wealth in the world. Current estimates of total worldwide household
wealth that I have found range from $100 trillion to $300 trillion. With
20 million coins, that gives each coin a value of about $10 million.
https://www.mail-archive.com/cryptography@metzdowd.com/msg10152.html

Don't rule out any pricing option, look what they were talking about in 2009.

(I must be sick, the less BTC I have, the more bull I feel)
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September 20, 2020, 11:16:54 AM

September 21 has long been listed as x-day, probably tomorrow and burst the dollar bubble, stock up on popcorn
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Why a dollar today is worth only 4% of a dollar in 1913

https://www.in2013dollars.com/us/inflation/1913



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September 20, 2020, 11:43:38 AM
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@hodlonaut
Bitcoin Mining Difficulty just adjusted.
+11.35%
19,314,656,404,097
All Time High

The security of the network is now more than 10x higher than when BTC set price ATH end of 2017....
https://twitter.com/hodlonaut/status/1307629777126387712?s=21
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September 20, 2020, 12:54:58 PM

We need more bottom pics.

The first google search for a bottom is...not a bottom

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September 20, 2020, 01:13:59 PM

We need more bottom pics.

The first google search for a bottom is...not a bottom



 Well the underwear that cover your ass and privates are called bottoms so if you're intending to call the bottom, it's a relevant image.   Cheesy
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We need more bottom pics.

The first google search for a bottom is...not a bottom





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@hodlonaut
Bitcoin Mining Difficulty just adjusted.
+11.35%
19,314,656,404,097
All Time High

The security of the network is now more than 10x higher than when BTC set price ATH end of 2017....
https://twitter.com/hodlonaut/status/1307629777126387712?s=21
https://i.ibb.co/Bg1pFKq/2-B236890-665-E-4-FD3-8-F4-B-46-B142014579.jpg

Same to here anyone expected 47% volatility next friday?

bitcoin price volatility expected as 47 of btc options expire next friday
https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-price-volatility-expected-as-47-of-btc-options-expire-next-friday/
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September 20, 2020, 01:28:52 PM

#FinCENFiles – coming today at 1 pm ET and 5 pm GMT – exposes how money looted from government treasuries, scammed from pensioners, and generated through drug sales has been hidden across the world.

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September 20, 2020, 02:16:44 PM

Bear camp:



Bull camp:




This is fine. Cool

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Something to ponder tho...

What is the difference between ?

1. A banking system that issues IOUs backed by Gold/Silver.

2. A future with "bitcoin banks" that issue private digital currencies backed by Bitcoin.

A: Nothing, nada, zilch. First it's backed 1:1 to build and insure public confidence and trust. Then it gets fractionally reserved. And finally they go off the "Bitcoin standard" (i.e., The "Gold standard" of the future) and back their private digital shitcoins with literally nothing, while they inflate them to infinity. Repeating history all over again.


But there is a difference. Bitcoin is bitcoin.  And if a bank or anyone issues something else it is not bitcoin anymore. 

Let's use Cash App as an example.  When they make bitcoin transfers between accounts a thing, then they can do this with little to no fees because they are the custodian.  I give Torque .5 BTC, and it shows up in his account and is debited in mine.  Torque wants to get his BTC out of @Jack's hands as quickly as possible, and does a withdrawal, pays a fee and poof is in custody of his own bitcoin.

Why does this not work?  Any differntly than banks do now.  Aside from being faster and more convenient.

Will this mean there is counter party risk?  KYC/AML?  Risk that funds can be frozen... yes yes and yes.  And no one will force the mountain men like you and I to hold any meaningful amount of Bitcoin there.  But the masses most definitely will.

There IS a difference.  It is easy to withdraw bitcoin.  It is hard to withdraw gold.

I don't see a problem with this frankly. Keep your bags with your keys, use such services for day to day life with only the amount you need for a few days, transfer BTC in and out when you want as fast as you want. If people store everything they own on these "accounts" it's their problem not mine.
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