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ok buddy, time to get to work. you know, that "up" thing you sometimes do.

need a sandwich? a drink? a smoke? whatever is is we can get it for you
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Good information/guide on how to setup and use a Bitcoin Full Node (and why would you want to do it).

I haven't done it myself, but I'm tempted. I just hope it doesn't need the constant pampering that Bob tells us a LN node needs...
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I also Noticed maybe The JayJuanGee Put me on his ignore list just because of my common sense. Sad

I don't put anyone on ignore whether they are dweebs or not.


First of all, I am not rich, thanks to my lack of wisdom, as well as money back in 2011, and until now.  

Funny thing to say.  "I am thankful for not being rich."  

I know which kinds of peeps say things like that.

hahahahaha


The same kinds of peeps who say things like: "money ain't gonna make you happy." blah blah blah.

since I am in favor of btc and NOT in favor of eth, what is there to debate?

Glad to hear your confirmation of your BTC conviction.

I am surely convinced.










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@jjg..whatever..."sticks and stones may break my bones, but..."

Hello to you too.

[~ nonsense about a shitcoin, aka ethereum ~]

Exactly, so we need to study it and possibly improve bitcoin (if it is possible) to counteract centralization.


Speak for ur lil selfie in regards to a supposed "need" to study a shitcoin.   Roll Eyes   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

Bitcoin has one feature that is very similar to gold and is REALLY detested by financiers: it has NO yield.
Of course, it has been so far an appreciating asset, so the yield might be unnecessary.

Of course, yield is not necessary.  Why are you so damned ongoingly distracted about yield when we already know that bitcoin is designed to pump forever, and you should be able to figure out some kind of way to allow ur lil selfie to benefit from bitcoin's price appreciation rather than considering the lack of a supposed "yield" as a negative that is worthy of whining about by asserting what "other people think" blah blah blah.
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https://bitcoinmagazine.com/business/croatia-largest-retail-chain-konzum-now-accepts-bitcoin-payments

 ○ Croatia’s largest food retailer has enabled bitcoin payments in its online shop.

 ○ Konzum said it plans on deploying the payment option in its physical stores soon.

 ○ “We are proud to be leaders in another area that is rapidly developing and dictating the future,” Konzum board member Uroš Kalinić said.

Croatia’s largest food retailer has enabled bitcoin as a payment option in its online shop, the company said in a statement Wednesday. Konzum has become the first local retail chain to offer customers the choice, allowing them to purchase everyday consumer items with bitcoin.

“Cryptocurrency owners can buy and pay for groceries, hygiene, and household items and other products from the rich offer of our online store with more than 12,000 products,” Kozum said, according to a translated version of the statement.

Reuters reported that Konzum is part of the Balkan region’s biggest food producer and retailer, Fortenova Grupa. The report also noted that Konzum’s shops are popular among tourists visiting Croatia, who will now be able to purchase products online with cryptocurrency. The company said it plans to enable the new payment option in its physical stores soon.

“As the largest retail chain in Croatia, which in its almost 65-year history is a continuous leader in the domestic market in terms of business results and technological achievements, we are proud to be leaders in another area that is rapidly developing and dictating the future,” Konzum board member Uroš Kalinić said.

Konzum implemented the new payment avenue through a partnership with local fintech Electrocoin and their PayCek system, a bitcoin payment processor. The system provides a QR code for the customer to scan and pay using their bitcoin wallet of choice while fixing an exchange rate as the purchase begins to protect the consumer from volatility.

“We continue to invest in the development of innovations and technologies in order to remain the first choice for our customers and as a next-generation retail chain to provide a premium shopping experience,” Kalinić added.

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Payment in cryptocurrencies

In our webshop you can use nine different cryptocurrencies for payment - bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), bitcoin cash (BCH), EOS, DAI, ripple (XRP), stellar lumen (XLM), tether (USDT) and USDC.

The process of paying with cryptocurrencies is simple and similar to card payments.

When you have finished selecting the product, select the cryptocurrency payment option, after which the system will offer you a list of available cryptocurrencies.

After selecting the desired cryptocurrency, the amount in its equivalent will be displayed and a QR code and payment address will be generated. It is necessary to scan the QR code exclusively with a personal krypton wallet .

With the confirmation of the transaction, the payment will be made, and the confirmation of the transaction from the PayCek system will be sent to the email, and the invoice for the paid service or product will be sent by Konzum.

Due to the volatility of the cryptocurrency exchange rate, which can vary from minute to minute, the PayCek system guarantees the buyer a fixed exchange rate equivalent in time to initiate the transaction, sufficient for its successful execution at no additional charge .
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I haven't done it myself, but I'm tempted. I just hope it doesn't need the constant pampering that Bob tells us a LN node needs...

I downloaded it too, maybe something to do later in the year.
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@jjg...maybe I consider you a fiat shill, rather than one for bitcoin.
...you are always designing schemes to get rid of bitcoin and accumulate fiat which is inflating at 20-30% a year, ha ha ha.
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Good morning, seems it's a good ime for some bearish post by proudhon!


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What, exactly, they are dividing?
Do any of them have the keys to any of this "property"?

Any way they are collaborating so that the court "confirms" that csw is satoshi? He's shown himself to be quite the trickster.

Neither of them have the keys. Faketoshi thinks a Florida court can compel all miners worldwide to transfer to him whatever coins he wants without providing a valid privkey signature. The odds of this actually occurring are less than zero.

The court specifically said it will not be deciding who Satoshi is.
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What, exactly, they are dividing?
Do any of them have the keys to any of this "property"?

Any way they are collaborating so that the court "confirms" that csw is satoshi? He's shown himself to be quite the trickster.

Neither of them have the keys. Faketoshi thinks a Florida court can compel all miners worldwide to transfer to him whatever coins he wants without providing a valid privkey signature. The odds of this actually occurring are less than zero.

The court specifically said it will not be deciding who Satoshi is.

While narcissists usually fail at these levels of justice, they don't accept it, no matter what.
Expect some more bullshit action from this psycho-clown commonly known as CSW.
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What, exactly, they are dividing?
Do any of them have the keys to any of this "property"?

Any way they are collaborating so that the court "confirms" that csw is satoshi? He's shown himself to be quite the trickster.

Neither of them have the keys. Faketoshi thinks a Florida court can compel all miners worldwide to transfer to him whatever coins he wants without providing a valid privkey signature. The odds of this actually occurring are less than zero.

The court specifically said it will not be deciding who Satoshi is.

While narcissists usually fail at these levels of justice, they don't accept it, no matter what.
Expect some more bullshit action from this psycho-clown commonly known as CSW.

True. The problem I see is that the justice system is far from competent enough to deal with such issues. At least that's the way I see it. Given enough attempts, there may be a situation when CSW could win a case due to a bad/incompetent judge/jury, and then start a barrage of legal actions to force the application of the ruling, which could put pressure on the Core Devs and other Bitcoin-related entities to comply. We all saw what happened with Cøbra. Of course, such ruling (i.e., the transfer of coins without keys) would be impossible to apply without specific changes to the code, changes which will then need to receive consensus (which they won't), and this could lead to a situation dragging on forever. I suspect that's exactly what CSW may be seeking, i.e., to create a huge mess and satisfy his ego and megalomania in the midst of it all.

Such fuss, when a simple ability (or lack thereof) to sign a message with a specific key could solve all issues and remove all doubt in an instant. It just defies belief as to why everyone still has to put up with CSW's shit.
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@jjg...maybe I consider you a fiat shill, rather than one for bitcoin.

You are not sure about how you consider me?

...you are always designing schemes to get rid of bitcoin and accumulate fiat which is inflating at 20-30% a year, ha ha ha.

It seems to me that I have continued to make myself more than sufficiently clear regarding the various ways that I suggest that guys can attempt to balance their bitcoin portfolios with their fiat, with their other investments, with their cashflow and their other individual particulars, so your ongoing mischaracterization of my supposed love for fiat surely rises to the level of making shit up rather than really attempting to grapple with various stances that I have actually historically taken through the years regarding fiat versus bitcoin versus other assets versus individual particulars balancing.

For sure, you are correct if you are stating that I am largely against normal or even newbie bitcoin accumulating guys going 100% bitcoin or even anything close to that, but wasn't the initial criticism that I was making about you concerned your criticism of bitcoin's lack of yield.. and you engaged in diversion rather than really grappling with your own dumbass ideas about yield or ways that bitcoin is supposedly lacking?

Anyhow regarding allocation, for sure beginner BTC accumulators should start by getting off zero, and generally speaking a 1% to 10% allocation into bitcoin would be a great starting point, and ultimately we do end up having to particularize to some kind of individual situations regarding where any individuals should start including their own grappling with their own specifics.  

As an ongoing strategy to reallocate out of bitcoin, I have been more into shaving and incrementalism rather than any kinds of wholesale selling of large quantities of BTC.  I have described all kinds of scenarios in which some shaving off of BTC would be prudent.. and even showing how/why it may well be the better of practices.  For sure, there is going to be considerable discretion in BTC portfolio management, and if you have a lot of BTC and even if your BTC allocations are quite high then you have quite a few options in regards to how to shave off BTC.. but if you are still in BTC accumulation, and I have tended to recommend against shaving off of BTC until reaching in high levels of accumulation.. so of course, the devils in the details and maybe we need to talk about some specifics.  Do you have some kind of specific scenario that you would like to present to illustrate your point, Biodom?

On the other hand, my criticism of your asserting that there is some kind of deficiency in bitcoin in regards to its not creating yield (as you say that "others say" blah blah blah).. would likely cause some needs for you to back up those kinds of assertions.. rather than devolving into vague and convoluted criticism of my practices and advices (as supposed by you) in which you have hardly kept any kind of reality foundation in your vague devolutions in that direction.
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Haha, another smart contract fail for scamchain.

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By using the same token for both tokenIn and tokenOut, the hacker greatly inflated the price of the MONO token because the updating of the tokenOut overwrote the price update of the tokenIn. The hacker then exchanged the token for $31 million worth of tokens on the Ethereum and Polygon blockchains.

https://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2021/12/hackers-drain-31-million-from-cryptocurrency-service-monox-finance/
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There is also one nice edit that could be put up to the same :

First case : Government creating FUD like ban and all other stuff and people panic sold their coins  Angry

Second case: Government holding btc by investing at the dips themselves and later on enjoy the profit Grin

Will take some time to edit the same.
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