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December 31, 2017, 02:59:54 AM

Except this block didn't include the 12.5 BTC mining reward.  I wonder...

What block number was it? I hate clicking links posted here.

Apparently it's meant to be a rootstock commitment, but whoever mined it didn't add the output which pays the reward to themselves.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/7n1ie5/someone_destroyed_125_newly_mined_bitcoins/
That's interesting, did he get the fees (5-6btc or so)

No transactions in the block either. The miner got awarded absolutely nothing.


Have a look at the transaction on blockcypher.

Total Transacted
0.0 BTC

Total Fees
0.0 BTC

He got nothing.

https://live.blockcypher.com/btc/block/0000000000000000004b27f9ee7ba33d6f048f684aaeb0eea4befd80f1701126/

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December 31, 2017, 03:04:14 AM

There is a lot of FUD circulating around these days.
Business as usual, in other words.
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December 31, 2017, 03:13:31 AM

You are rich. Rich in friendships from the people here on BF. Now go chew on a candy cane for awhile.

Meantime 12,900. Blah, but could be worse. We'll see how things look in the new year, meantime carry on....

I really do appreciate y'all.

Here's to blowing it out our ass in the New Year.




I sense a meme fest in the next few hours until 72 hours later. A 3 day party!!! Cheesy Cheesy
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December 31, 2017, 03:15:41 AM

The vast majority of thread participants herein would have never bought such a stupid dumbass centralized manipulated coin,

While they may not have bought it, they may have received it. Anyone who asked got 20,000 XRP back in the day.

Really? 

You are trying to assert that these coins were "free" and/or fairly distributed based on some kind of "ask" scenario? 

You really believe your own bullshit half the time?

A little holiday greeting:  Get the fuck out of here, picnic food eating bear dude.. (   Cheesy  ) 
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December 31, 2017, 03:35:07 AM

Except this block didn't include the 12.5 BTC mining reward.  I wonder...

What block number was it? I hate clicking links posted here.

Try this first always they scan URLs too.

https://www.virustotal.com/en/
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December 31, 2017, 03:38:23 AM

Except this block didn't include the 12.5 BTC mining reward.  I wonder...

What block number was it? I hate clicking links posted here.

Try this first always they scan URLs too.

https://www.virustotal.com/en/

I already use it, but I'm especially paranoid about links posted here. You never know when some smart arse is using a zero day exploit the scanners don't detect.
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December 31, 2017, 03:59:11 AM

ooooh

goodbye Australia
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December 31, 2017, 04:00:40 AM

ooooh

goodbye Australia

Are we leaving OZ?
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December 31, 2017, 04:21:49 AM

Today an order to sell the bunch of Stellars that I got for free as a bitcoinaire got executed at the absolute top, so I recovered almost a 3% of the total value of my btc. Against negativity try to cash in some shitfork dividends.

Congrats. Talking of which, the deadline for Polo to claim Stellar is tomorrow. Guess that's my free coins down the drain then...

Is this another dividend I have not heard of some how?
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December 31, 2017, 04:38:51 AM

Today an order to sell the bunch of Stellars that I got for free as a bitcoinaire got executed at the absolute top, so I recovered almost a 3% of the total value of my btc. Against negativity try to cash in some shitfork dividends.

Congrats. Talking of which, the deadline for Polo to claim Stellar is tomorrow. Guess that's my free coins down the drain then...

Is this another dividend I have not heard of some how?

All individual bitcoin holders could claim some stellar last summer, but the giveaway finished on August 27th. The catch was you had to use facebook to claim.

However exchanges can still claim on behalf of their customers until tomorrow.

https://www.stellar.org/blog/bitcoin-claim-lumens-2/
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December 31, 2017, 04:40:03 AM


I have three anal fissures and a polyp. Is XRP sensitive enough for my needs?

LAMBCHOP I KNOW ITS YOU.

WHERE IS STOLFI


 Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

At least return the pelvis...
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December 31, 2017, 04:47:49 AM

Today an order to sell the bunch of Stellars that I got for free as a bitcoinaire got executed at the absolute top, so I recovered almost a 3% of the total value of my btc. Against negativity try to cash in some shitfork dividends.

Congrats. Talking of which, the deadline for Polo to claim Stellar is tomorrow. Guess that's my free coins down the drain then...

Is this another dividend I have not heard of some how?

All individual bitcoin holders could claim some stellar last summer, but the giveaway finished on August 27th. The catch was you had to use facebook to claim.

However exchanges can still claim on behalf of their customers until tomorrow.

https://www.stellar.org/blog/bitcoin-claim-lumens-2/

Haha thanks.  Gotta pay a LOT more than that to get me on Fecalbook.  No loss detected.
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December 31, 2017, 04:58:48 AM

The vast majority of thread participants herein would have never bought such a stupid dumbass centralized manipulated coin,

While they may not have bought it, they may have received it. Anyone who asked got 20,000 XRP back in the day.

Really? 

You are trying to assert that these coins were "free" and/or fairly distributed based on some kind of "ask" scenario? 

You really believe your own bullshit half the time?

A little holiday greeting:  Get the fuck out of here, picnic food eating bear dude.. (   Cheesy  ) 

Get over yourself JJG - your noobishness is on full display.

Yes indeed, 20,000 XRP were given to anyone who provided a Ripple address to which said XRP could be sent. True story.
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December 31, 2017, 05:02:53 AM

Question: Has everyone satisfied the activity requirement to entitle them to UnitedBitcoins?
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Last edit: December 31, 2017, 05:45:35 AM by explorer

The vast majority of thread participants herein would have never bought such a stupid dumbass centralized manipulated coin,

While they may not have bought it, they may have received it. Anyone who asked got 20,000 XRP back in the day.

Really?  

You are trying to assert that these coins were "free" and/or fairly distributed based on some kind of "ask" scenario?  

You really believe your own bullshit half the time?

A little holiday greeting:  Get the fuck out of here, picnic food eating bear dude.. (   Cheesy  )  

Get over yourself JJG - your noobishness is on full display.

Yes indeed, 20,000 XRP were given to anyone who provided a Ripple address to which said XRP could be sent. True story.

Arrogance and ignorance go hand in hand...


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December 31, 2017, 05:04:11 AM

The vast majority of thread participants herein would have never bought such a stupid dumbass centralized manipulated coin,

While they may not have bought it, they may have received it. Anyone who asked got 20,000 XRP back in the day.

Really?  

You are trying to assert that these coins were "free" and/or fairly distributed based on some kind of "ask" scenario?  

You really believe your own bullshit half the time?

A little holiday greeting:  Get the fuck out of here, picnic food eating bear dude.. (   Cheesy  )  

Get over yourself JJG - your noobishness is on full display.

Yes indeed, 20,000 XRP were given to anyone who provided a Ripple address to which said XRP could be sent. True story.

this is true, further on anyone who opened a ripple wallet got 2000XRp

then it was 1000Xrp

then it was 500Xrp

the never ending coin

then came the financial investors, big industry and banks

so i bought some

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December 31, 2017, 06:04:00 AM

Can these alt fork coins please just convert my coins to BTC for me and just send them to my current address?

OK? Thank's in advance!
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December 31, 2017, 06:10:34 AM

Can these alt fork coins please just convert my coins to BTC for me and just send them to my current address?

OK? Thank's in advance!
But does this happen right away or is it automatically at the top of the 1000% or whatever rally?
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December 31, 2017, 06:46:11 AM

Question: Has everyone satisfied the activity requirement to entitle them to UnitedBitcoins?

Thanks for the heads up.  New rule:  need to have an outgoing transaction by midnight UTC.  
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December 31, 2017, 06:50:47 AM

Except this block didn't include the 12.5 BTC mining reward.  I wonder...

What block number was it? I hate clicking links posted here.

Apparently it's meant to be a rootstock commitment, but whoever mined it didn't add the output which pays the reward to themselves.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/7n1ie5/someone_destroyed_125_newly_mined_bitcoins/
That's interesting, did he get the fees (5-6btc or so)

No transactions in the block either. The miner got awarded absolutely nothing.


Have a look at the transaction on blockcypher.

Total Transacted
0.0 BTC

Total Fees
0.0 BTC

He got nothing.

https://live.blockcypher.com/btc/block/0000000000000000004b27f9ee7ba33d6f048f684aaeb0eea4befd80f1701126/



Block #501853
A new one, but the "unknown" miner only sacrifices only the Tx fee this time.
Number Of Transactions = 1
Transaction Fees   0 BTC

https://blockchain.info/block-height/501853

Viable attack to use when the blockchain is already backlogged with txs?
Somebody needs to start working on a fix.
Hoping it isn't a viable attack in the long term.
Cant keep sacrificing 12.5 BTC unless there is a bigger end game. But can keep sacrificing  fees for keeping the mining fee higher for longer.
Have a bad feeling about this. Mostly the timing. Already a bit too down on price and might end up testing long term support levels .Hope its nothing.

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