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Why are the numbers 3 , 6 , 9 Worth more than the whole System of Value ? Why is 3 Imprinted into Creation ?
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Why are the numbers 3 , 6 , 9 Worth more than the whole System of Value ? Why is 3 Imprinted into Creation ?

All becomes clear now and why you are asking for exactly 3 BTC

And your comments about energy.

Tesla's obsession with 3 and unlimited free energy come to mind.

BTW hope your procedure went well and you are recovering OK.
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Why are the numbers 3 , 6 , 9 Worth more than the whole System of Value ? Why is 3 Imprinted into Creation ?

All becomes clear now and why you are asking for exactly 3 BTC

And your comments about energy.

Tesla's obsession with 3 and unlimited free energy come to mind.

BTW hope your procedure went well and you are recovering OK.

Well everything in Creation has some coorelation with the number 3 and i wish to know why and how.. YES we owe Nikola Tesla so much ! We would owe him even more if he was listened to Smiley

The main Surgery got postponed as i do not have enough money and if i go with Consession id have to wait 7 years lol ( As it is "Non-Lethal" ) .... They only wanna rob everyone and everything is crazy expensive.....
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This is how you diversify your portfolio with gaining knowledge of the crypto market and that's one of the best thing you can do to yourself.


Long term holders and who knows how Bitcoin is changing the digital form of payment and will be mainstream prefer this diversification  Grin
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July 27, 2021, 12:14:36 PM

Proudhon, I still listen to your "song" once in a while.  Even after 8 years.  Going to listen to it now  Grin
edit: "BITCOIN IS A BUBBLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE"
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Long term holders and who knows how Bitcoin is changing the digital form of payment and will be mainstream prefer this diversification  Grin


Truly, Since 2009 - The Interconnected Electrical Grid has gotten its own Currency.

Internet is a Country , a Global Country. And Bitcoin is its Currency Smiley



Who wants to bet that i will be Seeing this Very Quote on Twitter in the next few hours  Grin
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July 27, 2021, 12:23:11 PM

Good bullish momentum







They had to try something, didn’t they??






El duderino’s eyes where off the charts and focussed on 3* Michelin ‘t Zilte

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Fine dining in Antwerp even on a Monday evening.

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This is how you diversify your portfolio with gaining knowledge of the crypto market and that's one of the best thing you can do to yourself.



Long term holders and who knows how Bitcoin is changing the digital form of payment and will be mainstream prefer this diversification  Grin


^ Funny thing is you don't have to do anything to end up at the picture on the right.
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The last day or so is just noise. The calamitous downtrend remains perfectly intact.

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The last day or so is just noise. The calamitous downtrend remains perfectly intact.

https://i.imgur.com/dWC5BLt.png


Agree the men of the wall will be crying by Christmas. Sub $10,000 inkoming!!!!!!!
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The last day or so is just noise. The calamitous downtrend remains perfectly intact.



We get it. Each time your shorts got liquidated, you cry here.



In the meantime Bitcoin has recovered from the yestarday's FUD. We are back on track for a second leg of this year bull run!
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This is how you diversify your portfolio with gaining knowledge of the crypto market and that's one of the best thing you can do to yourself.



Long term holders and who knows how Bitcoin is changing the digital form of payment and will be mainstream prefer this diversification  Grin


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Amazing meme

Merited wrong but I know it’s in good hands with bitebits Wink
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This is quite surprising! I would never have expected this of Jay Clayton. Now the odds that an ETF would be approved have dramatically increased. Together with a possible Grayscale ETF and several others.

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SEC: One River’s “carbon-neutral” Bitcoin ETF submitted
One River holds more than $600 million in BTC and is backed by billionaire Alan Howard.
Most interestingly, however, its advisors include Jay Clayton, the former chairman of the Security and Exchange Commission when the agency refused to approve all applications received regarding the issuance of bitcoin ETFs.
Thus Clayton now actually supports the issuance of a bitcoin ETF after having denied it for years when he was head of the SEC.
After all, since he left the agency last year, he went to take up the very position of cryptocurrency advisor for this hedge fund.
They will use Moss Earth to purchase MCO2 tokens, which represent “certified reductions in greenhouse gas emissions”
https://twitter.com/JayCIayton/status/1419996310950842383
https://en.cryptonomist.ch/2021/07/26/sec-one-rivers-carbon-neutral-bitcoin-etf-submitted/
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And if someone thinks the integration of Bitcoin is a nothing burger, think this. When someone wants to buy with credit cards some items, there are numerous limitations by the card issuers. There is a day limit, a week limit, a monthly limit, and other obstacles which prevent the users from buying more items. Imagine the hassle of someone buying goods for $10K+ going to many banks, transferring money to multiple cards with limits like $2-3K and so on. I personally, would have bought 10x more items on amazon if I had the option to use bitcoin. When I had to buy for a short time many gpus, I used 2 credit cards. It seemed transactions were made, but then I received a message they were denied. Some limits activated and I couldn't unblock the cards for weeks. Finally, I had to make calls to my card issuer, explain the situation, call amazon support, until the items were canceled and the money refunded. And this happens all the time with new variations like the laughable 3d secure thing.

I can sympathize with all the hassles you list of using fiat/credit to purchase things. But until I, and all other Americans, can purchase bitcoin with 0% fees, and can make purchases to any merchant without triggering a taxable event, then having integration of Bitcoin into online merchants does absolutely nothing for us. Period. Using fiat is not only easier, but logically is preferred.

I still don't understand why bitcoiners don't get this. Even normies and nocoiners get it.
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And if someone thinks the integration of Bitcoin is a nothing burger, think this. When someone wants to buy with credit cards some items, there are numerous limitations by the card issuers. There is a day limit, a week limit, a monthly limit, and other obstacles which prevent the users from buying more items. Imagine the hassle of someone buying goods for $10K+ going to many banks, transferring money to multiple cards with limits like $2-3K and so on. I personally, would have bought 10x more items on amazon if I had the option to use bitcoin. When I had to buy for a short time many gpus, I used 2 credit cards. It seemed transactions were made, but then I received a message they were denied. Some limits activated and I couldn't unblock the cards for weeks. Finally, I had to make calls to my card issuer, explain the situation, call amazon support, until the items were canceled and the money refunded. And this happens all the time with new variations like the laughable 3d secure thing.

I can sympathize with all the hassles you list of using fiat/credit to purchase things. But until I, and all other Americans, can purchase bitcoin with 0% fees, and can make purchases to any merchant without triggering a taxable event, then having integration of Bitcoin into online merchants does absolutely nothing for us. Period. Using fiat is not only easier, but logically is preferred.

I still don't understand why bitcoiners don't get this.

I feel they will be forced to make a low level limit that is not tax reportable.

If you go to a racetrack in the USA and bet 2 dollars on a triple it hits and pays $600 or more reportable you can not cash the ticket without id.

But if you hit the triple for 599 no id required.

I think LN under 500 usd value  in a day may end up not reportable.  Of course I would not expect to see this in at least 4 years or 5 years time. Sometime after the 2024 election.
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