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Question: Dec. 14 Closing Price:
<$6,000 - 4 (13.3%)
$6,000-$6,500 - 0 (0%)
$6,500-$7,000 - 2 (6.7%)
$7,000-$7,500 - 5 (16.7%)
$7,500-$8,000 - 6 (20%)
$8,000-$8,500 - 6 (20%)
$8,500-$9,000 - 0 (0%)
>$9,000 - 7 (23.3%)
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June 15, 2018, 08:11:11 PM

I'm not following the whole USDT drama, to me it's just like another alt/shitcoin, i.e. if anything, people would try to escape into BTC when it crashes. Of course it can take down some exchanges, but if you keep your BTC on exchanges thats the risk that you're taking

It may be unfashionable to think it, but I don't really believe there is one any more. Even if at one point it was money out of thin air, and there's no proof either way, they've likely earned it back now.

It's going to be a forever mystery I reckon that's rolled out every now and then for a quick scare.
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June 15, 2018, 08:16:49 PM

I have. Hence my position as a Segwit skeptic.

I don't see exchanges, devs and users complaining how flawed Segwit it, nobody lost money ore saw critical errors.  I only see that bullshit in the Bcash camp.

Can you provide me technical arguments/proof why Segwit is 'flawed' ore show it at the Github?

All those devs are interested in youre arguments.

No. What does that LN to do with Segwit? I'm not following your train of inquiry here.

Trying to convince me that you did your homework while you dont even looked at Segwit features..

(Bcash) shit noob.

One of the main problems with segwit is that it makes spam attacks on bitcoin more expensive that is why NO LIKIE SEGIE WITTIE!!!!

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June 15, 2018, 08:20:58 PM

I'm not following the whole USDT drama, to me it's just like another alt/shitcoin, i.e. if anything, people would try to escape into BTC when it crashes. Of course it can take down some exchanges, but if you keep your BTC on exchanges thats the risk that you're taking

It may be unfashionable to think it, but I don't really believe there is one any more. Even if at one point it was money out of thin air, and there's no proof either way, they've likely earned it back now.

It's going to be a forever mystery I reckon that's rolled out every now and then for a quick scare.

It may indeed never get cleared out. But they surely played the most sophisticated scam ever : they played the role of central bank in crypto... .  Wink
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June 15, 2018, 08:23:09 PM
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It may indeed never get cleared out. But they surely played the most sophisticated scam ever : they played the role of central bank in crypto... .  Wink

I wouldn't have expected anything less. BFX is truly the cockroach of crypto. It's the pestilence that keeps on pestiling.
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June 15, 2018, 08:34:19 PM

I'm not following the whole USDT drama, to me it's just like another alt/shitcoin, i.e. if anything, people would try to escape into BTC when it crashes. Of course it can take down some exchanges, but if you keep your BTC on exchanges thats the risk that you're taking

It may be unfashionable to think it, but I don't really believe there is one any more. Even if at one point it was money out of thin air, and there's no proof either way, they've likely earned it back now.

It's going to be a forever mystery I reckon that's rolled out every now and then for a quick scare.

It may indeed never get cleared out. But they surely played the most sophisticated scam ever : they played the role of central bank in crypto... .  Wink

Damn. They must be run by The Jews® then.
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Edit: I'm adding this quote from Eric Meltzer of INBlockchain because its a slow day here:

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As a jew, I find the existence of basically unseizable money outside of state control massively comforting. To jews, the state is an unpredictable monster that flips out every century or so. Having the ability to leave without leaving everything behind is key.”
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June 15, 2018, 08:46:36 PM
Last edit: June 15, 2018, 08:58:40 PM by Ludwig Von

I'm not following the whole USDT drama, to me it's just like another alt/shitcoin, i.e. if anything, people would try to escape into BTC when it crashes. Of course it can take down some exchanges, but if you keep your BTC on exchanges thats the risk that you're taking

It may be unfashionable to think it, but I don't really believe there is one any more. Even if at one point it was money out of thin air, and there's no proof either way, they've likely earned it back now.

It's going to be a forever mystery I reckon that's rolled out every now and then for a quick scare.

It may indeed never get cleared out. But they surely played the most sophisticated scam ever : they played the role of central bank in crypto... .  Wink

Damn. They must be run by The Jews® then.
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Edit: I'm adding this quote from Eric Meltzer of INBlockchain because its a slow day here:

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As a jew, I find the existence of basically unseizable money outside of state control massively comforting. To jews, the state is an unpredictable monster that flips out every century or so. Having the ability to leave without leaving everything behind is key.”

What is intrigueing me for some time already is the name of the ceo of finexed and Tether : "Van De Velde". That is so Flemish as can be, so I wonder... .

And the jew part, well, let 's see what Roach has to say about it.
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June 15, 2018, 08:56:15 PM

OT: Tesla

http://www.businessinsider.com/tesla-employees-reveal-how-they-were-fired-2018-6

"We're doing great! Nothing to see here folks! Stock is flying high! We'll be profitable any day now!"
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June 15, 2018, 08:59:55 PM

I'm not following the whole USDT drama, to me it's just like another alt/shitcoin, i.e. if anything, people would try to escape into BTC when it crashes. Of course it can take down some exchanges, but if you keep your BTC on exchanges thats the risk that you're taking

It may be unfashionable to think it, but I don't really believe there is one any more. Even if at one point it was money out of thin air, and there's no proof either way, they've likely earned it back now.

It's going to be a forever mystery I reckon that's rolled out every now and then for a quick scare.

Again, so if someone created some airTokens and managed to find someone else to sell their BTC for these tokens, i fail to see how crashing airTokens would effect anyone besides the airToken bag holders (not counting indirect effects of failing exchanges and overall negative publicity from people not capable of differentiating between airtokens and BTC)
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June 15, 2018, 09:07:37 PM

OT: Tesla

http://www.businessinsider.com/tesla-employees-reveal-how-they-were-fired-2018-6

"We're doing great! Nothing to see here folks! Stock is flying high! We'll be profitable any day now!"

He is going to merge with Daimler-Benz and BMW and Volkswagen, profitability is on the breakfast table tomorrow.
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June 15, 2018, 09:31:18 PM



for all those that are only in BTC driven by fiat value and to make quick money  Roll Eyes
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June 15, 2018, 09:46:22 PM

Lets see how this goes....


1) All "Citizens" are to use Private banks

2) All "Private Banks" are required to settle transactions through the Central bank (US Reserve, Bank England, etc)

3) All "Central banks" must settle transactions internationally through the BIS (Bank for International Settlements)

4) All "International banks" profit from every transaction within the countries they operate


BIS (Bank for International Settlements) cut
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Central bank cut
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Your cut
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As we know the IMF and BIS control every dollar we have


Just trying to simplify the flow of money...


any of this wrong?


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OT: Tesla

http://www.businessinsider.com/tesla-employees-reveal-how-they-were-fired-2018-6

"We're doing great! Nothing to see here folks! Stock is flying high! We'll be profitable any day now!"

He is going to merge with Daimler-Benz and BMW and Volkswagen, profitability is on the breakfast table tomorrow.

The guys being attacked for his views on gloablization


Seems to have some liberal witch hunt against him (media changed on him and regulators enforced more issues)

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June 15, 2018, 10:27:22 PM

OT: Tesla

http://www.businessinsider.com/tesla-employees-reveal-how-they-were-fired-2018-6

"We're doing great! Nothing to see here folks! Stock is flying high! We'll be profitable any day now!"

He is going to merge with Daimler-Benz and BMW and Volkswagen, profitability is on the breakfast table tomorrow.

The guys being attacked for his views on gloablization


Seems to have some liberal witch hunt against him (media changed on him and regulators enforced more issues)



"His views" have little to do with how he runs his companies.
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June 15, 2018, 10:47:41 PM

Ok, everybody hold your breath, make sure you're gripping something sturdy, and let's hope @BigRekts doesn't start Tweeting again.

Don't like what I'm seeing with this movement into the weekend right now.
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June 15, 2018, 11:25:16 PM

It's time to buy!  Anybody know where i can find the lowest fee bitcoin atm in toronto?

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June 15, 2018, 11:33:04 PM

https://i.imgur.com/Y7xYDjV.png

BTC USD 3 Day analysis here

http://blockchainshowdown.blogspot.com/2018/06/btc-usd-june-16-2018.html
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June 15, 2018, 11:41:00 PM

It's time to buy!  Anybody know where i can find the lowest fee bitcoin atm in toronto?



Geez. I always panic the other way. Nerves of steel, you people.
From my experience in the fat city most of your options are around Chinatown. There's a foreign currency exchange on the corner of Spadina and Dundas that buys and sells at what seems like a reasonable premium.

But ask Jimbo. He's the king of the atm ring.
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June 16, 2018, 12:00:43 AM

It's time to buy!  Anybody know where i can find the lowest fee bitcoin atm in toronto?



https://coinatmradar.com

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June 16, 2018, 12:12:10 AM

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I don't see exchanges, devs and users complaining how flawed Segwit it, nobody lost money ore saw critical errors.  I only see that bullshit in the Bcash camp.

Can you provide me technical arguments/proof why Segwit is 'flawed' ore show it at the Github?

Yes. Fungibility.
What's the issue with fungibility that's so specific to segwit?

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Reliance on miners not to revert to 'anyonecanspend' - an incentive for which only increases over time.
That is, reliance on miners not to try a 51% attack. Does this imply the chain without segwit is invulnerable to 51% attacks?

Besides, any such attack would appear as a fork, which the non-mining nodes would be free to follow or disregard. No substantial change from the pre-segwit state of things, I would say.

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A new ability for miners to fail to validate all portions of blocks.
You mean miners running pre-segwit software that have to skip SW transactions?

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The list goes on.
How?
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