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April 27, 2018, 09:44:15 AM


I understand that you are referring to ETH - and I personally would not be employing such incrementalism system, unless that I have a belief in the fundamentals of the asset (which for me is not the case with ETH).  So yeah, sure such an incrementalism step system can work for ETH on the short term, but it works better (to sleep comfortably at night) if you believe in the long term prospects of the asset (so better for BTC than ETH), and therefore your long term vision to accumulate and to HODL the asset through the bad times (which is a part of volatility).



I book the profits in BTC, I just choose to do it with the BTC:ETH and BTC:LTC pairs rather than soiling myself with the lowest of shitcoins...USD.

Etherium that blockchain that isn't immutable. 
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Love it, I’m covered in tattoos, I have two full arm sleeves & a big chest piece. I plan more, don’t have a bitcoin one yet but I probably will when I sell out 75% or so of my stash after the next halving. Only then will I feel like I owe it to bitcoin to brand my body Grin

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Feel free to pump my bitcoin private.
Anyone know where to dump them?

I stopped paying attention to forks after bitcoin gold. What ones are worth doing?
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April 27, 2018, 09:49:49 AM
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Feel free to pump my bitcoin private.
Anyone know where to dump them?

I stopped paying attention to forks after bitcoin gold. What ones are worth doing?

I’ve done BCH, BTG & Bitcore. Haven’t bothered with the others but there are a lot. Be great if somebody could compile a list with all the current prices.

I found this a while back but don’t know what the current prices are -

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BvlEoX0Tgym3mKYw9OZOrrDj4LSc73gCgUwa3BLFMOg/htmlview

Loyce made a list of redeemable fork coins but the prices aren’t correct any more -

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2836875.0
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April 27, 2018, 09:52:57 AM

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April 27, 2018, 10:03:45 AM

Suppose we'll all be getting one when they round us up for the re-education camps. Cool
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April 27, 2018, 10:05:29 AM

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April 27, 2018, 10:11:15 AM

Feel free to pump my bitcoin private.
Anyone know where to dump them?

I stopped paying attention to forks after bitcoin gold. What ones are worth doing?

I’ve done BCH, BTG & Bitcore. Haven’t bothered with the others but there are a lot. Be great if somebody could compile a list with all the current prices.

I found this a while back but don’t know what the current prices are -

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BvlEoX0Tgym3mKYw9OZOrrDj4LSc73gCgUwa3BLFMOg/htmlview

Loyce made a list of redeemable fork coins but the prices aren’t correct any more -

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2836875.0

I seem to remember bitcore was a bit different wasn't it? ie your private keys don't match on the bitcore blockchain?

Bitcoin Diamond getting a bit of a pump today, might be worth looking into that next
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April 27, 2018, 10:25:53 AM

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TERA (Debbie) might for 0.01 bitcoin

He put in a lot of work trying to get into her original account in meta. To what end I have no idea.
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Back when I tried to get my account back an admin pointed me to a page showing the account was worth 0.7 btc. Why someone wants to pay 0.7btc for a bunch of debbie downer posts that draw hate I have no idea.
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April 27, 2018, 10:27:47 AM

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TERA (Debbie) might for 0.01 bitcoin

He put in a lot of work trying to get into her original account in meta. To what end I have no idea.
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Back when I tried to get my account back an admin pointed me to a page showing the account was worth 0.7 btc. Why someone wants to pay 0.7btc for a bunch of debbie downer posts that draw hate I have no idea.

People will throw money at anything these days.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3386487.msg35706392#msg35706392
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April 27, 2018, 10:39:31 AM

Feel free to pump my bitcoin private.
Anyone know where to dump them?

I stopped paying attention to forks after bitcoin gold. What ones are worth doing?

I’ve done BCH, BTG & Bitcore. Haven’t bothered with the others but there are a lot. Be great if somebody could compile a list with all the current prices.

I found this a while back but don’t know what the current prices are -

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BvlEoX0Tgym3mKYw9OZOrrDj4LSc73gCgUwa3BLFMOg/htmlview

Loyce made a list of redeemable fork coins but the prices aren’t correct any more -

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2836875.0

This seems like a quite convenient service for this topic [Walleting.Services] AUTOMATED Fork Extractions: BTG BCD SBTC BCX BTX LBTC BTCP
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I used the service, they didn't run away with my coins! Yay! Shocked Shocked

Seems legit.
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April 27, 2018, 10:48:37 AM
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April 27, 2018, 10:50:03 AM

No one wanna pump my privates?


TERA (Debbie) might for 0.01 bitcoin

He put in a lot of work trying to get into her original account in meta. To what end I have no idea.
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Back when I tried to get my account back an admin pointed me to a page showing the account was worth 0.7 btc. Why someone wants to pay 0.7btc for a bunch of debbie downer posts that draw hate I have no idea.

Possibly to scam newbies into doing trades? Most of them probably don’t look at trust ratings etc. Dunno how possible or how long it’d take to just break even though.

Suppose it depends what the price of 1 bitcoin was at the time.
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April 27, 2018, 11:09:02 AM
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Feel free to pump my bitcoin private.
Anyone know where to dump them?

I stopped paying attention to forks after bitcoin gold. What ones are worth doing?

I’ve done BCH, BTG & Bitcore. Haven’t bothered with the others but there are a lot. Be great if somebody could compile a list with all the current prices.

Here is the list:
http://www.findmycoins.ninja/

Except BCash and BCX (US$160) there are six of forks in US$40 - US$80 range. The rest are mainly failed attempts to fork properly. If you have already exchanged BCash into BTC you can amount around US$500 per BTC for the rest of these bigger forks at this moment, but it is a lot of hassle. You have to register at half a dozen shady exchanges, move your BTC funds to a new receiving address, and
1) either bring up half a dozen virtual machines and synchronize all forked chains on them;
2) send your private keys used before moving BTC to new address to specialized services that will do the key manipulation for you (for a fee) and send your forked coins to receiving address on those exchanges

I've chosen the second option and it was a many, many hours work, can't even imagine how long it will last if I've played with my own virtual machines. You have to estimate is it worth the hassle for you.
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April 27, 2018, 11:28:43 AM

I'd like to think that whoever is trying to reset my password knows how well-respected and admired I am 'round these parts.

got a password reset attempt on my account too.

since i am nowhere near respected or admired, it looks like they are being reduced to scraping the bottom of the barrel in my case.
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5662643/TSB-chief-says-banks-chaos-bringing-company-knees-branch-computers-failing.html

this could be the black swan event that causes cascading banking IT failures, ddos seizures, interbank settlement failures, loss of confidence in the fiat pyramid game and the return of the silent bank runs

and I wouldn't put it past our russian friends to take advantage of cyber fraility now that silly Mrs May decided to take a dump in Syria to keep the spooks happy

game's afoot.
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