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July 20, 2018, 12:10:40 AM
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Charles Noyes, Quantitative Researcher at Pantera Capital “I make a prediction that by 2020 ethereum’s market cap will be ten times bitcoin’s"

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/02/17/2020-ethereums-market-cap-will-ten-times-higher- bitcoins-says-panteras-noyes


I make a prediction that it won’t.

That Quantitative Researcher's prediction sounds as reliable as Professor Bitcorn's prediction.
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July 20, 2018, 12:10:58 AM

The two responses we all get when mentioning seasteading is "what about the waves" and..."pirates".

So ya, we're aware.

That floating platform I spent last Sunday on has been there since before 2010 (when that news article about a cyclone hitting Tahiti came out).

That platform is about 1/4 the size of the platforms we will be building (25m x 25m).

Personally I plan on building an underwater bar. So maybe we can head down to the underwater bar, grab a pint and wait for the whole thing to blow over.

What about living costs?

I mean... My (maybe flawed, mind you) logic tells me it would be much more expensive to have the same equivalent "luxuries" we can have on land. Mainly because of logistics expenses and economies of scale. If that is the case, whatever you save on tax you end up spending it anyways (or maybe more).

The underwater bar sounds like an awesome idea.

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July 20, 2018, 12:21:54 AM

The two responses we all get when mentioning seasteading is "what about the waves" and..."pirates".

So ya, we're aware.

That floating platform I spent last Sunday on has been there since before 2010 (when that news article about a cyclone hitting Tahiti came out).

That platform is about 1/4 the size of the platforms we will be building (25m x 25m).

Personally I plan on building an underwater bar. So maybe we can head down to the underwater bar, grab a pint and wait for the whole thing to blow over.

What about living costs?

I mean... My (maybe flawed, mind you) logic tells me it would be much more expensive to have the same equivalent "luxuries" we can have on land. Mainly because of logistics expenses and economies of scale. If that is the case, whatever you save on tax you end up spending it anyways (or maybe more).

The underwater bar sounds like an awesome idea.



We are literally manufacturing oceanfront property. The cost per square foot will be less than comparable oceanfront homes (and will only come down over time). Yes, just like people living on these islands pay higher costs for the same luxuries, we likely will as well. Just here in Tahiti I pay higher prices for most things. Except tuna. I pay about $11/kg (about $5 per pound). Needless to say, I eat a lot of tuna steaks and such. Fruit (mangos, bananas, passion fruit, etc.) is also fairly cheap.
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July 20, 2018, 12:22:15 AM
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July 20, 2018, 12:31:39 AM
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That Quantitative Researcher's prediction sounds as reliable of Professor Bitcorn's prediction.

Did you see the latest Prof. Bitcorn imitator predicting $43? Where do they find these jokers.
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July 20, 2018, 12:53:10 AM
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Nice bullish support from ex-alt holders. BTC dominance come back at April level.


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July 20, 2018, 01:04:57 AM

One of my best friends is also deep in crypto .... I saw his older brother joining crypto late 2017 , he went to all possible crypto conventions , invested very much of his savings , after 2 months later he was educating my friend: telling which shitcoins to buy and knew everything there is to know , today while eating with my friend he told me again his brother and father lost all of their believes in crypto. They didn’t saw there accounts or any news for over 2 months and are not Going to conventions anymore.... So Many noobs getting closely depressed by over investing .... He didn’t sell his holdings but I think its a Guy with No btc but mostly crap alts.... What to say how to help these Guy’s they don’t mean iT bad but Just want to get rich on a few days, weeks maybe months but we all know iT doesn’t work that way :-)

Same mentality of people that get into multi level marketing schemes. They don't get rich after a few months and then drop it all.

You can't help them.
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July 20, 2018, 01:12:32 AM
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Charles Noyes, Quantitative Researcher at Pantera Capital “I make a prediction that by 2020 ethereum’s market cap will be ten times bitcoin’s"

https://www.trustnodes.com/2018/02/17/2020-ethereums-market-cap-will-ten-times-higher-bitcoins-says-panteras-noyes


I make a prediction that it won’t.

I make a prediction that it wouldn't fucking matter if they squeezed the ethereum float to the absolute moon, making it worth a billion dollars. It's still a worthless shitcoin asset with no valid use case, that has yet to find any fkn reason to exist other than enabling the trading of a bunch of other worthless shitcoin assets with no valid reason to exist.

It's like the greatest con in the history of worthless cons. Next to Theranos, of course... lol.
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July 20, 2018, 01:56:47 AM


killer coin clowns from outer space? =)  bwaaa
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The two responses we all get when mentioning seasteading is "what about the waves" and..."pirates".

So ya, we're aware.

That floating platform I spent last Sunday on has been there since before 2010 (when that news article about a cyclone hitting Tahiti came out).

That platform is about 1/4 the size of the platforms we will be building (25m x 25m).

Personally I plan on building an underwater bar. So maybe we can head down to the underwater bar, grab a pint and wait for the whole thing to blow over.

What about living costs?

I mean... My (maybe flawed, mind you) logic tells me it would be much more expensive to have the same equivalent "luxuries" we can have on land. Mainly because of logistics expenses and economies of scale. If that is the case, whatever you save on tax you end up spending it anyways (or maybe more).

The underwater bar sounds like an awesome idea.



Better lost spent or just burned than giving it to a government that will waste half, and use the rest to devise ways of getting more out of you next year.
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July 20, 2018, 02:00:07 AM

Alts getting rekt. This will hopefully teach them.  Cool

I might be wrong, but I am still inclined to believe that a lot of alts have a decent chance of coming along for at least one more bitcoin pump period... maybe even act like they are leading the way, once the pump starts?
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July 20, 2018, 02:01:17 AM

the only actively managed crypto fund in the lumber colony is 90% in cash

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July 20, 2018, 02:26:01 AM

the only actively managed crypto fund in the lumber colony is 90% in cash

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 Well, one day we'll laugh and cry and cry and laugh about it all again.

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July 20, 2018, 02:26:26 AM

I havent seen any rockets or upward graphs in a while. The poll is bearish. Is it time for a reversal?

Anyone can get lucky once. Next stage:?

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July 20, 2018, 02:30:05 AM

Austria with 8 million population definitely rocks



Do you or anyone else have a link for that?  

Especially when we consider how draconian USA seems to be in terms of some of its financial laws, I would have never speculated that USA was so disproportionately high in the number of ATMs as compared with other places...

And Japan is really low, too?  We continue to hear about how friendly Japan is to Bitcoin/crypto, but why don't dey got no BATMs?

USA, USA, USA...

 Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
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July 20, 2018, 02:35:51 AM
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^^https://coinatmradar.com/charts/#growth
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I was thinking about that the other day. Imagine an alien watching us humans as we travel through space gathering gold.

"Why do they expend so much time and resources to gather that metal? Is it vital to their survival? Do they need it for food or to reproduce?"

"No, they just gather it and hide it away in metal boxes so that other humans don't take it."

Except... If they were a spacefaring race it stands to reason they would realize we had identified it as rare, imperishable and inimitable.

And they would know we were using it to store value.

"Quaint", they might say.
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July 20, 2018, 02:52:48 AM

Alts getting rekt. This will hopefully teach them.  Cool

Nothing will teach them as long as there are punters.
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July 20, 2018, 05:01:36 AM

I'm not buying it. Asteroid gold mining wont happen. That is the worst argument ever conceived for future abundance of gold.

All you have to do is send an autonomous vehicle out there to subtly nudge an asteroid so that it's new trajectory crashes it into your remote wilderness land. I don't see why people think that's so far fetched.



Aliens would understand bitcoin. Because that's how their money works.

#alientech
#satoshiwasanalien

I don't suspect that capitalism just stops working in an extremely technologically advanced society (even if they have something like a replicator) but I do suspect that it may become dangerous. Anything that is powerful is dangerous. Advanced technology is probably so powerful that it's already extremely dangerous on it's own. Capitalism could be like throwing gasoline on that fire.



The island we are looking at is closer to the equator than Tahiti. But the reason such a storm made such news in 2010 is that they hardly ever get those here.

Do you have a website or a blog or anything about this project? I would like to stay up to date with developments.
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July 20, 2018, 06:04:28 AM

Seasteads are not going to stay autonomous, even if they start out that way. We got a more or less global collapse coming.
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