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Nothing better than A President using Taxpayers money for his own Benefit Smiley
And he tweets about it... lol

Of course!
Using funny money to buy sound money is a very bold step!
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September 20, 2021, 07:46:22 AM


Nothing better than A President using Taxpayers money for his own Benefit Smiley
And he tweets about it... lol

Of course!
Using funny money to buy sound money is a very bold step!



Lol are you really calling BTC Soundmoney? As far as i know it is not resistant to sudden drops and rises. Bitcoin is not sound money.


I do know a few Coins that are resistant to drops and only go up. BTC definetly falls out here
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September 20, 2021, 07:49:43 AM


Nothing better than A President using Taxpayers money for his own Benefit Smiley
And he tweets about it... lol

Of course!
Using funny money to buy sound money is a very bold step!



Lol are you really calling BTC Soundmoney? As far as i know it is not resistant to sudden drops and rises. Bitcoin is not sound money.


I do know a few Coins that are resistant to drops and only go up. BTC definetly falls out here

Sound money to holders. Risky for yellow belly nocoiners
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All i am implying is, you guys are full of shit Smiley
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September 20, 2021, 07:52:10 AM


Nothing better than A President using Taxpayers money for his own Benefit Smiley
And he tweets about it... lol

Of course!
Using funny money to buy sound money is a very bold step!



Lol are you really calling BTC Soundmoney? As far as i know it is not resistant to sudden drops and rises. Bitcoin is not sound money.


I do know a few Coins that are resistant to drops and only go up. BTC definetly falls out here

C'mon bro... before saying this at least change your tag line of "I need 3 Bitcoins. Urgently .." make it something like..

"I need 3 dollars/euro/pounds. Urgently .."
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All i am implying is, you guys are full of shit Smiley

Yes we are . Welcome to the internet
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September 20, 2021, 08:02:27 AM


Nothing better than A President using Taxpayers money for his own Benefit Smiley
And he tweets about it... lol

Of course!
Using funny money to buy sound money is a very bold step!



Lol are you really calling BTC Soundmoney? As far as i know it is not resistant to sudden drops and rises. Bitcoin is not sound money.


I do know a few Coins that are resistant to drops and only go up. BTC definetly falls out here

C'mon bro... before saying this at least change your tag line of "I need 3 Bitcoins. Urgently .." make it something like..

"I need 3 dollars/euro/pounds. Urgently .."


I'll do it if you change yours to : Spreading bs over the internet willingly.
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September 20, 2021, 08:07:45 AM

All i am implying is, you guys are full of shit Smiley

Definitely. We all are.
The difference is that the shit goes out of our tail end, while yours goes out the other way  Cheesy

I'll do it if you change yours to : Spreading bs over the internet willingly.

Bullshit it far better than bearshit, though  Tongue
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All i am implying is, you guys are full of shit Smiley

Definitely. We all are.
The difference is that the shit goes out of our tail end, while yours goes out the other way  Cheesy


I do not see it that way and many agree :p
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September 20, 2021, 08:22:35 AM

All i am implying is, you guys are full of shit Smiley

... I want to help you on your path, post your bitcoin address and I'll send you some bitcoins
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September 20, 2021, 08:28:00 AM

All i am implying is, you guys are full of shit Smiley

Are you still PM’ing people to beg them for 3BTC?

I didn’t reply but you should already know that means fuck off, no.
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September 20, 2021, 08:31:18 AM

If I buy the dip right now it'll keep dropping. #facts
If I don't we will correct in a few hours. #alsofacts
I'll let y'all decide for me.
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Very interesting to see the current poll results...

Is the Bitcoin protocol's privacy "good enough"?
Yes   - 17 (35.4%)
No   - 14 (29.2%)
Not yet, but it will be after the taproot upgrade   - 17 (35.4%)
Total Voters: 48

To me, if we ignore the Taproot upgrade for a moment and  combine 2 and 3 the results would be something like this

Is the Bitcoin protocol's privacy "good enough"?
Yes   - 17 (35.4%)
No   - 31 (64.6%)    <------- 65% says No
Total Voters: 48

What does it mean? Aren't we satisfied with Bitcoin's protocol privacy?

Don't confuse privacy with security. As far as security is concerned, I think it's rock-solid, as has been shown by more than a decade of failed attacks and attempts to break it. No issues there.

As far as privacy is concerned, things are not so good -- yet. There are ways to protect it, but it's not automatic, one has to be aware of the various privacy issues and do things in certain ways in order to protect it. I think this is what's reflected in the poll result.
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Is there any evidence for this as well?
I can also write a lot....
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Very interesting to see the current poll results...

Is the Bitcoin protocol's privacy "good enough"?
Yes   - 17 (35.4%)
No   - 14 (29.2%)
Not yet, but it will be after the taproot upgrade   - 17 (35.4%)
Total Voters: 48

To me, if we ignore the Taproot upgrade for a moment and  combine 2 and 3 the results would be something like this

Is the Bitcoin protocol's privacy "good enough"?
Yes   - 17 (35.4%)
No   - 31 (64.6%)    <------- 65% says No
Total Voters: 48

What does it mean? Aren't we satisfied with Bitcoin's protocol privacy?

Don't confuse privacy with security. As far as security is concerned, I think it's rock-solid, as has been shown by more than a decade of failed attacks and attempts to break it. No issues there.

As far as privacy is concerned, things are not so good -- yet. There are ways to protect it, but it's not automatic, one has to be aware of the various privacy issues and do things in certain ways in order to protect it. I think this is what's reflected in the poll result.

For sure no question about the security at all. But privacy is debatable I think it’s good enough to be useful in public transactions. Unless you want to have a super private or secretive transactions still and yes it’s still possible like you said.
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