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November 26, 2018, 06:01:47 PM

I forbid the price to go any lower at this point because I have nothing left to buy with.

then sell that "150K"  worth vacuum cleaner Roll Eyes

It’s an old vacuum now. It’s broken so it’s probably only worth $40k at this point. LOL

whew!!  I THOUGHT HE WAS TALKING ABOUT ME!   LULZZZZZ
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November 26, 2018, 06:04:09 PM

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November 26, 2018, 06:05:31 PM

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November 26, 2018, 06:09:03 PM

I forbid the price to go any lower at this point because I have nothing left to buy with.

then sell that "150K"  worth vacuum cleaner Roll Eyes

It’s an old vacuum now. It’s broken so it’s probably only worth $40k at this point. LOL

I got the shit scared out of me at a Starbucks LBC meetup. I was sitting with the seller and two cops came in and then two cop looking dudes in suits right behind them.

They just bought coffee and left. I though I was buying from a drug dealer.  Shocked

40k-$ for a broken one still decent.... shut cover a few BTC's to buy Roll Eyes

watch out with those drug dealers   Tongue
but you did manage to buy some @this dip? thats most important cheers .....
gonna run and work out, @ this DIP i'm highly motivated for that shit
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November 26, 2018, 06:09:52 PM

Looks like coinmarketcap also put Bitcoin SV right in the normal top 100 list.
The percentage over last 24 hours feels a bit off though. I guess it takes another day
to reflect more accurate percentage.

Edit : damn, Bitcoin SV has a lot more markets then i thought...

Do they have a working wallet yet? Looking forward to unloading mine when they do.
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November 26, 2018, 06:11:05 PM

I forbid the price to go any lower at this point because I have nothing left to buy with.

then sell that "150K"  worth vacuum cleaner Roll Eyes

It’s an old vacuum now. It’s broken so it’s probably only worth $40k at this point. LOL

I got the shit scared out of me at a Starbucks LBC meetup. I was sitting with the seller and two cops came in and then two cop looking dudes in suits right behind them.

They just bought coffee and left. I though I was buying from a drug dealer.  Shocked

40k-$ for a broken one still decent.... shut cover a few BTC's to buy Roll Eyes

watch out with those drug dealers   Tongue
but you did manage to buy some @this dip? thats most important cheers .....
gonna run and work out, @ this DIP i'm highly motivated for that shit

I’m glad I’ve got everything I need for now. I’m too paranoid to do that again soon. Got to stop smoking that shitty skunk. Makes me look over my shoulders all the time. LOL
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November 26, 2018, 06:14:35 PM

Looks like coinmarketcap also put Bitcoin SV right in the normal top 100 list.
The percentage over last 24 hours feels a bit off though. I guess it takes another day
to reflect more accurate percentage.

Edit : damn, Bitcoin SV has a lot more markets then i thought...

Do they have a working wallet yet? Looking forward to unloading mine when they do.

See their website through coinmarketcap, their downloads points to just Github so far.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-sv/

Edit : seems they have 5 wallets under "Services"
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November 26, 2018, 06:16:16 PM

I swear reddit has been taken over by legacy finance guys. Nobody has a clue about Bitcoin (or the reason behind it) there.

Is this the last place on the Internet where people 'get' Bitcoin?

Are we the only ones that will keep the lights on?
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November 26, 2018, 06:17:43 PM
Last edit: November 26, 2018, 06:30:04 PM by jbreher

Haven't you realized yet that bcash is ... not serious about any of their supposed technical criticisms of bitcoin...

You are 100% full of shit on this point. Visit the world some day - it's a big place, with wonderful and varied experiences to be had and knowledges to be gained-ed.

Yeah, not only do you not understand the codebase (as you admit),

Irony meter pegged.

LN remains voluntary and relatively small and experimental...

So you concede that LN has not yet demonstrated itself to be a viable mechanism for scaling BTC. Fine.
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November 26, 2018, 06:18:23 PM

Looks like coinmarketcap also put Bitcoin SV right in the normal top 100 list.
The percentage over last 24 hours feels a bit off though. I guess it takes another day
to reflect more accurate percentage.

Edit : damn, Bitcoin SV has a lot more markets then i thought...

Do they have a working wallet yet? Looking forward to unloading mine when they do.

See their website through coinmarketcap, their downloads points to just Github so far.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-sv/

Yep...I went to their github...downloaded their wallet (which only runs on Linux). Far too many dependencies that I did not have to get the thing to compile. Figured I'd wait for someone to come out with one you don't have to compile on a Linux box.

Did Satoshi only run Bitcoin on Linux?
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November 26, 2018, 06:20:07 PM

Looks like coinmarketcap also put Bitcoin SV right in the normal top 100 list.
The percentage over last 24 hours feels a bit off though. I guess it takes another day
to reflect more accurate percentage.

Edit : damn, Bitcoin SV has a lot more markets then i thought...

Do they have a working wallet yet? Looking forward to unloading mine when they do.

See their website through coinmarketcap, their downloads points to just Github so far.

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/bitcoin-sv/

Yep...I went to their github...downloaded their wallet (which only runs on Linux). Far too many dependencies that I did not have to get the thing to compile. Figured I'd wait for someone to come out with one you don't have to compile on a Linux box.

Did Satoshi only run Bitcoin on Linux?

Check "Services" on their website. Although those look to be third party wallets.
So i guess no binaries yet of their own wallet.
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November 26, 2018, 06:23:16 PM

SV have news today, released a roadmap with a promise of up to 6.5 million transactions per second
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November 26, 2018, 06:26:30 PM

SV have news today, released a roadmap with a promise of up to 6.5 million transactions per second
But why? I'm not even going to consider whether or not they can accomplish that, but why would anyone ever need 100+ times more transactions than Visa processes?
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November 26, 2018, 06:29:19 PM

SV have news today, released a roadmap with a promise of up to 6.5 million transactions per second
But why? I'm not even going to consider whether or not they can accomplish that, but why would anyone ever need 100+ times more transactions than Visa processes?

To prove scalability ? Which was a problem for Bitcoin in 2017 (together with rising transaction fees).
This could lead to on-chain scalability solution (128mb) versus off-chain scalability solution (Lightning Network) debate.
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November 26, 2018, 06:35:15 PM

SV have news today, released a roadmap with a promise of up to 6.5 million transactions per second
But why? I'm not even going to consider whether or not they can accomplish that, but why would anyone ever need 100+ times more transactions than Visa processes?

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November 26, 2018, 06:43:16 PM

SV have news today, released a roadmap with a promise of up to 6.5 million transactions per second
But why? I'm not even going to consider whether or not they can accomplish that, but why would anyone ever need 100+ times more transactions than Visa processes?

Probably going to be needed for all the BTC dumping thats about to happen lol
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November 26, 2018, 06:45:55 PM

Here comes the pain.

Well, I love being wrong.

Looked like we were about to plunge through $3,500 there for a bit.

HODL on, HODLers.
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November 26, 2018, 06:46:06 PM
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LN remains voluntary and relatively small and experimental...

So you concede that LN has not yet demonstrated itself to be a viable mechanism for scaling BTC. Fine.
Not sure something that's voluntary can't be viable or have been demonstrated to be such.
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November 26, 2018, 06:49:16 PM

Here comes the pain.

Well, I love being wrong.

Looked like we were about to plunge through $3,500 there for a bit.

HODL on, HODLers.

Good, GOOD , i love it when your wrong

And i guess we Will hodl on

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November 26, 2018, 06:53:41 PM
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LN remains voluntary and relatively small and experimental...

So you concede that LN has not yet demonstrated itself to be a viable mechanism for scaling BTC. Fine.
Not sure something that's voluntary can't be viable or have been demonstrated to be such.

jbreher is on crack. I saw him smoking outside yesterday. told him to go down a block, take his cracky shenanigans away from my property. he just kind of looked at me with a blank stare, muttered "Segwet Bag Holder!!!", then scurried off into the dawn.
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