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Question: When will we see a new ATH?
2023 - 56 (21.5%)
2024 - 105 (40.4%)
2025 - 74 (28.5%)
2026 - 4 (1.5%)
2027 - 2 (0.8%)
After 2027 - 5 (1.9%)
Never - 14 (5.4%)
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Anyone else think that Bitcoin needs a theme song?

This song gave me that idea : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NML42xIQsI

GN everyone.


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 I don't know; I mean  I agree with the theme song idea but I've always thought it should be more like this:

https://youtu.be/g40WCBaUXR4

Or maybe

https://youtu.be/v8oqbWrP1QY



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caturday night needs a little moar jam to get the blood flowing imo
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Titanium drills

Reminds me of my last job (1976) sharpening titanium carbide drills on a diamond wheel. Don't fuck up. Solid carbide drills and diamond wheels are both expensive.
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Collector accidentally burns their $123,000 CryptoPunk
A pixel art person with light brown skin and a brown mohawk, wearing sunglassesCryptoPunk #685 (attribution)
The new owner of a CryptoPunk, one of the most popular early NFT projects, accidentally burned the NFT they had only just purchased. After spending 77 ETH ($123,434) on the NFT, the owner tried to wrap it so they could borrow against it.

However, some confusing instructions resulted in the owner sending the punk to the burn address, effectively destroying the NFT. "I was trying to wrap it and don't know what I was doing... Thought I was following the directions exactly..." they later wrote. They also later shared that they had borrowed money in order to purchase the CryptoPunk.




^^^--- doesn't look gone to me! LOL

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Collector accidentally burns their $123,000 CryptoPunk
A pixel art person with light brown skin and a brown mohawk, wearing sunglassesCryptoPunk #685 (attribution)
The new owner of a CryptoPunk, one of the most popular early NFT projects, accidentally burned the NFT they had only just purchased. After spending 77 ETH ($123,434) on the NFT, the owner tried to wrap it so they could borrow against it.

However, some confusing instructions resulted in the owner sending the punk to the burn address, effectively destroying the NFT. "I was trying to wrap it and don't know what I was doing... Thought I was following the directions exactly..." they later wrote. They also later shared that they had borrowed money in order to purchase the CryptoPunk.




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Not sure when these Tards will learn...
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Collector accidentally burns their $123,000 CryptoPunk
A pixel art person with light brown skin and a brown mohawk, wearing sunglassesCryptoPunk #685 (attribution)
The new owner of a CryptoPunk, one of the most popular early NFT projects, accidentally burned the NFT they had only just purchased. After spending 77 ETH ($123,434) on the NFT, the owner tried to wrap it so they could borrow against it.

However, some confusing instructions resulted in the owner sending the punk to the burn address, effectively destroying the NFT. "I was trying to wrap it and don't know what I was doing... Thought I was following the directions exactly..." they later wrote. They also later shared that they had borrowed money in order to purchase the CryptoPunk.




^^^--- doesn't look gone to me! LOL

Not sure when these Tards will learn...

Reminds me of the very first lesson i learned on the way to "being my own bank":
Don't trust. verify!
After buying my first quarter of Bitcoin (exchange), i wanted to send a transaction to my local wallet, to test things out, but i didn't realize i had downloaded some clipboard-altering trojan with one of those "crypto mining tools". Sending a small amount (0.01 - which was about 25 dollars at the time), i was wondering why the address i copied changed when i pasted it into Electrum to initiate my first Bitcoin transaction. I read about that automatic address generation thing before, but only rudimentary, and i still was suffering from OOMS quite badly, so i missed that automatic address generation was about the sending address only (...)
So i waited for the 0.01 BTC to arrive at my wallet address, of course it never got there. This day i also learned about block explorer.
However, i was thankful to make this mistake at the very beginning of my life as a bitcoiner, and that i didn't send the full amount.

EDIT: Daylight saving time sucks. After discussing about abandoning it for decades, now they say it's better to keep it to fight climate change  Roll Eyes
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Fellow Bitcoiners, stay clam.

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